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5As a Christian, I try my very best to live out the beliefs of the Christian worldview. Everydayhas its’ own challenges because being a Christian is not easy, especially in today’s society. With all of the distractions, temptations, and sin in the world, it can be difficult to stay on track and fulfill God’s purpose for my life, which is to be an example of God so that someone who is lost can be found. I believe that God has given us talents to help with bringing others to Christ as well. For example, I am a dancer and I could help bring other people I dance with to Christ by simply starting conversations with them before and after class. Also, I could even allow my decision’s to not take certain classes due to explicit content be an example to them on how to liveChrist-like and still pursue your passion. ConclusionIn conclusion, God is sovereign, His son is Jesus, and the Holy Spirit is with us. God created humanity in His image and placed us on this Earth to love one another and bring others to Christ by spreading the Gospel. Also, Jesus is the only true way to eternal salvation and restoration withGod. Jesus was sent by God, being fully man and fully God, as the perfect sacrifice for our sins because Jesus died without sin. When Jesus rose from the dead on the third day, He conquered death so that when we die, we will have everlasting life. God solved all human problems throughJesus and we are to have faith in Him so when He comes back to judge the world, we will escapedeath and despair. God desires to restore the world back to how He originally created it, so Christians are called to fulfill the purpose God he has placed on their hearts so that humanity can be restored. In the end, the purpose of this paper was to describe and understand the nature of God, the purpose of humanity, the identity of Jesus, and the significance of restoration.
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