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that they were turning themselves around because I was there to talk to them and not judge them and that they appreciated me caring about them enough to make them feel wanted and also making they feel like human beings.2.Reflect on your current understanding of the Christian faith. In other words, what is the essence of the Christian worldview? How does one become a Christian?
The essence of the Christian worldview is gaining knowledge on being of the Christian faith, as well as, knowing what the other worldwide views are all about. In gaining knowledge, we as Christians will have a better understanding of the world. A Christian must also learn how to learn the skill of evaluation using ones reasoning built on a foundation of his or her faith inGod. Learning with books, however, is not enough. As a Christian, you must learn about worldwide views your entire life and by using education you can improve your life. You mustlive life based on principles and values that are taught in the Bible. To become a Christian, a person must first believe in God and be willing to repent for his or her sins, as well as, confess our sins and be baptized and obey the Lord. By seeking out God, in all aspects of ourlives, as Christians, we learn that He has only our best interests, at heart and that with His guidance, we become the vessels that only He can mold. There is infinite wisdom to be attained by seeking out His perfect will for our lives, and it is difficult to lay aside our will in exchange for His will for our lives, but to truly be Christian is to choose to be like Christ, in as much as He reveals to us, daily, and then to, again, choose to apply that in every situation He allows for us to encounter.