"For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son….” should be the guiding principle towards building Christian’s faith and grace. The rationale and according to Christians worldview is that God and the Lord Jesus Christ's grace is sufficient to all, but only those who have faith and belief in salvation. Comparatively, it is evident that indeed transformation off self and society happen through God's mercy, love and his enduring grace for humanity. Basing on the above issues,
BENCHMARK 4 humanity, therefore, has the critical duty and a burden to repent, accept Jesus Christ as their savior. Humanity has to confess sins, and accept that without repentance, none will enter heaven. Analysis On analysis the Christians worldview, several factors come into play. Firstly, in understanding how beneficial Christian life is; it is important that Christianity is the pillar of human beings and ideas. Generally, a person attains that peace and rest, happiness in earthly life, and receives a personal connection with Jesus. Christian will take on Jesus Christ’s virtues thereby becoming a good person helping the society from suffering ta large. However, there are also troublesome issues about Christianity; for instance regarding the spread of the true gospel. According to John 14:6 and Acts 4:12, the scripture imparts that Jesus is the only way, truth and life, however, the mushrooming contemporary churches believe that heaven can be attained through other means or religion (Kaufman, 2018). Secondly, the widespread disagreement between the Catholics and Protestant who thought to be saved, unlike the Catholics has continued to make people question the existence of God. Lastly, Christianity influences a person’s life in various positive ways of living a righteous and godly li ving. Reflection Reflecting on the as sentiments earlier noted, everybody has own Christian worldview and other worldviews.in my perception, adopting any worldview or the general worldview does not happen in an instance. It is a process that lasts over time. In my experiences working as a pathologist, I have encountered several challenges of dealing with dead bodies and their family members, some of them remind me that indeed I have the hardest job on earth. In some cases, this conversation always sparks out a further discussion of God's doing. In many cases, I always
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