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  • Essay The Sermon on the Mountain

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    economic and sociological backgrounds for this passage. It is sometimes difficult to discern the original, or real, meaning of biblical passages and Luke 6:20-26, and beatitudes in general, are no different. The Sermon on the Mount, found in Mark 5-7, is generally referred to as the greatest sermon ever preached. Jesus begins His sermon by stating the eight beatitudes, and the passage in Luke 6:20-26 contains a subset of these beatitudes combined with a corresponding set of woes. There are two

  • The Basic Truths Of Christianity Like Trusting And Grace

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    began following my savior. However, knowing what I was beforehand has shaped my walk more now that I am Christian then before. We all know we were sinners, Roman 3:10,23; 6:23 make that clear; But something I never thought of myself as was beggar. Matthew 5:3 states "Blessed are the poor in spirit for theres is the kingdom of God". The original word for poor, that was used during Jesus time was πτωχοί which means to crouch referring to a beggar that was double over. So here the picture, someone clothed

  • Personal Statement : Ruby Payne 's ' Nine Powerful Practices '

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    Ruby Payne is respected by the educational world as she provides many ways to help those in poverty learn and rise to success. Educators attend conferences and seminars to learn about how to help those in their classroom that have conflicting behaviors to what is accepted at school. According to Payne in “Nine Powerful Practices,” she addressed nine ways to help these low-income students. She discusses the importance of respect between the teacher and student. Those who may not be familiar with

  • The Beatitudes Is Not Only A Blessing

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    required to follow if they wish to live wholeheartedly, rather than a way to act in order to be accepted by God and welcomed into Heaven. For instance, the first line in the Beatitudes, "Blessed are they who mourn, for they shall be comforted” (Matthew 5:4) depicts those who are grateful for Jesus

  • Miracles Of Jesus Research Paper

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    were to be His disciples, like in Matthew 14:18-22, where He told Simon Peter, Andrew, James son of Zebedee, and his brother John to come follow Him. Jesus proclaimed and taught the gospel to a lot of people, and healed their illnesses, like in Matthew 14:23-25. 2. There were two types of miracles that Jesus performed. One of the types is spiritual miracles. These were the things Jesus did that involved spiritual matters, such as when He cast out demons in Mark 5:1-13, and whenever He forgave someone's

  • Matthew And John Essay

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    Gospels (literally, “good news”) encompass the Synoptics (Matthew, Mark, Luke) and John). In the Gospels of Matthew and John, Jesus is revealed; Jesus reveals God (John 1:18; Matt 11:27); and God speaks finally (Heb 1:1-4). While Matthew presented a narration on the temptation of Jesus, his transfiguration, and the institution of the Lord’s Supper, John was silent on those materials. John mentions no examples of Jesus casting out demons. While Matthew focuses on the genealogy of Jesus, John establishes

  • Matthew- Christ The King. We Begin Our Survey Of The Biblical

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    Matthew- Christ the King We begin our survey of the biblical theology of the New Testament with the Gospel of Matthew and his focus on the Lordship of Christ and our need for repentance. Christ’s identity is the focus of this Gospel because His identity holds the key to His claim to the throne of the kingdom. This question of Christ’s identity is a recurring theme in all of the Gospels, but it is especially poignant in Matthew’s account as he is asking the specific question: What proof is there

  • Corinthians 1 Colossian Religion

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    The Church We teach that all who place their faith in Jesus Christ are immediately placed by the Holy Spirit into one united spiritual Body, the church (1 Corinthians 12:12-13), the bride of Christ (2 Corinthians 11:2; Ephesians 5:23-32; Revelation 19:7-8), of which Christ is the Head (Ephesians 1:22; 4:15; Colossians 1:18). We teach that the formation of the church, the Body of Christ, began on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2:1-21, 38-47) and will be completed at the coming of Christ for His own at

  • Discipleship Of Mark And Gospel Of Matthew

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    might be asking yourself many questions. In many ways the “Gospel of Mark” and “Gospel of Matthew”, will leave you wondering? Three main points at which will be explained in some verses. As they are; what are the roles of the people involved, what can the events say about discipleship in Christianity, and what do these events say about what it means to be human. We will see one event from Mark and two from Matthew that will go more in depth with what was said before. All of these events will better explain

  • Football Team Essay

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    Wheelersburg 41 Portsmouth West 7 Last night at Ed Miller Stadium, in Wheelersburg, Ohio the Southern Ohio Conference 2 title was on the line in a battle that pitted two undefeated teams. Portsmouth West came in 9-0 as did the home team Wheelersburg Pirates. I had posted on that I thought this would be a three to four touchdown win for the Pirates. A friend from West said he thought a 15 point win for the Pirates. When all was said and done neither of us came