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b. To make the connections between the scripture and your writing explicit, you must use as many key words from you’re answer(s) to #2 and #3 as possible. Scripture Two: 1. Cut and paste a second scripture from the list at the end of this document here: Anxiety weighs down the heart, but a kind word cheers it up. (Proverbs 12:25) 2. Answer at least one of these questions about this scripture: NON-RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION
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a. How does this scripture imply words/writing/speaking should be used? When you are anxious it helps when someone is talking with you. It keeps your mind off of the terror that is moving through your head. b. What power or ability does this scripture imply words/writing/speaking can have? That kind words can help someone with anxiety. 3. Quote a passage from anything you have written in the past: a paper for a class, an email, a social media post, etc. Why does anxiety have to weigh me down and cause me so much depression. It is very unfortunate that people live their every day lives with anxiety. It is very unfortunate that people are so rude and so hateful towards one another. It is very sad that all it takes is one simple up lifting word that could change someone’s whole day around. 4. Explain the relationship between your answer to the question(s) in #2 and the passage you just quoted in #3. a. Include the source of your quotation: name the assignment it was from or to whom the email was written, etc. I wrote this to my best friend who also suffers with anxiety. No matter how bad our anxiety is trying to weigh us down. We need to make sure we bring each other up with kind words. NON-RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION
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b. To make the connections between the scripture and your writing explicit, you must use as many key words from you’re answer(s) to #2 and #3 as possible. NON-RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION
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Example Note: Color-coding is used below to show how key words have been used in the explanation to make the relationship between the scripture and student writing explicit.
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