life in the corporate world in my opinion because you get so many things thrown at you from the ones who do not believe. All it takes is one slip up and people are quick to call you a hypocrite. I always have to explain that being a Christian does not mean that we a perfect. It means that we strive every day for perfection. We will forever be judged just as Christ was, but we must hold fast to our beliefs. Living a Christian life does not mean that you walk around holding a bible, but it means living your life so that others can see Christ in you. Conclusion In conclusion, God is good, faithful, loving and kind. It is in our human nature to do good, but we must fight evil every day. He loved us so much that he sent his only son to walk the earth with man and give us the opportunity to learn of him. Few people, if any would give their only child to the world knowing that he would face the suffering that he did. Jesus is the son of God and part of the holy trinity. He came to earth to save us, and he died so that we might have eternal life. He taught us how to live, teach others about him and to let them know that giving their lives to him makes them a new creature. We must all study the scriptures so that we can tell others about him. Being a Christian has so many benefits. We have a relationship with our father in heaven and can call on him at any time knowing that he will always come to our rescue. 4
References Lecture 6 Catholic Church, & John Paul II. (1998). Faith and reason: Encyclical letterFides et ratio of the Supreme Pontiff John Paul II on the relationship between faith and reason. Québec: Médiaspaul.Retrieved from - pages.com/documents/fides_et_ratio.pdf - wisdom_an-introduction-to-christian-thought-and-life_ebook_2e.php The Holy Bible, King James Version John 3:2, 2 Corinthians 5:17, Ephesians 2:8-9 Internet 5
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