Reflection Personally I follow a Christian Worldview God has given me many

Reflection personally i follow a christian worldview

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Reflection Personally, I follow a Christian Worldview. God has given me many reasons to believe that he is holding my hand through this crazy life. I believe if I continue to follow God’s path for me and try to live with little sin and a lot of forgiveness, I will someday be with his loving spirit when he decides that it is that time for me. Jesus died for us so that our sins could be forgiven so 4
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I personally try to do all I can to be the best version of myself so that God will continue to guide my path until the end of my time. I believe that everything written in the bible is God’s words and what he expects from us. God told us his story so that we are able to live by example and have a guide down the right path for our lives. My belief in Christianity has helped me get through the hardest times of my life. I know that if you believe in God and his plan for you, everything will work itself out. Conclusion The Christian Worldview is based off of love and peace. God has done some pretty amazing things. God has performed miracles that no normal human being could ever achieve. God exists everywhere all at once. He can see every decision that you make, and it is ultimately his decision how it turns out. People question faith because sometimes we wonder “If God was real, why would he cause this hurt?” When something bad happens, it is not because God wants to hurt us, it is because he has a mission and he has to fulfill it. Christianity is a religion where a relationship with God is the most important aspect. Christians do not just go to church to go sing songs and read from the bible, Christians go to church to feel closer to God. God is all powerful and all knowing. You are in God’s hands and he has a plan for you. 5
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