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Bible worldview

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CWV-101: Bible Story Worksheet and Journal #1
Module 1 - Part 1 – Bible Story Worksheet
For Part 1 of this assignment, you will complete this worksheet by reviewing the "The Story of the Bible" "flags" and fulfill each writing requirement. Please keep your answers brief. Solid academic writing is expected. Refer to the GCU Academic Writing Guidelines in the Student Success Center. Briefly answer each section from "The Story of the Bible": Write 2-3 sentences explaining why the Creation account is so significant to the Christian worldview. The Creation account is so significant to Christian worldview because, it explains how we all came into existence. This is why we as Christians feel complete when we bond back with our creator who made us all.

Write 2-3 sentences explaining what the Fall reveals about humanity and human morality. After reading the Fall, it shows and displays the love GOD has for us all. It also shows that GOD does not hate us, but hates sin, and by his Grace and Mercy, gave us Christ Jesus to help. Lastly, it shows how we as humans cannot handle sin, but GOD can.

Write 2-3 sentences explaining the importance of God revealing Himself through covenants. GOD revealing himself through these covenants shows first GOD love unto us all, but how GOD keeps his promise. With each covenants, these are all covenants that we still today strive to live by and ourselves; such as, “love our neighbor as we love ourselves.”

Write 2-3 sentences explaining what the prophecies about the Messiah tell us about Jesus. The prophecies clearly show how Jesus was in the beginning, because GOD and Jesus are one. Jesus is GOD in the form of man, but also shows whatever is written and spoken by GOD always comes to past. Write 2-3 sentences explaining the significance of Jesus’ life and ministry. The significance of Jesus was to teach the gospel and to give life to anyone who believe and confess that Christ is Lord. Jesus also, showed how he was GOD in the form of human by rising on the 3rd day.

Write 2-3 sentences explaining how restoration and redemption are significant for our purpose as individuals and for mankind in general. Restoration is a blessing for us all, because GOD restores us all who love the Lord, and takes away all sorrow. Redemption is important to us because, GOD will redeem us all by making Heaven and Earth formed like how we originally planned in the beginning.

Please review all your responses above and write a three-paragraph summation of the Christian worldview. In your brief summation, explain why it is important to know the story of the Bible and the common thread throughout the flags in the "Story of the Bible." Finally, how does your interpretation of life compare with the Christian Worldview reflected in the biblical story? Hello Professor,

After having the opportunity to read the “Story of the Bible”, it highly important for everyone to read and understand the love GOD truly has for us all. The, “Story of the Bible” helps us as all who everything first came into existence. Each flag tells and show how GOD the love, promises and plans GOD has for us all, as long as we are obedience to his commands.

The flags also describe who GOD made covenants with Abraham, Moses and David. With all three individuals, not only did GOD make covenants, but He too kept those promises, which are promises we still use today. For example, GOD told Abraham, he would be the father of many nations, and bless those nations too. We are all descendants of Abraham, and I for one am blessed, along with this nation.

The “Story of the Bible” is a great tool in my own personal life and walk with Jesus Christ. I too use it with my own values and views of the world. I can honestly see how the word of GOD is fulfilling itself by the blessings GOD bestow upon me; with His favor, but also I see how wicked and corrupted the world has become with more and more violence, and rumors of war, which was stated in the book of Revelations.

See Part 2 of this assignment on the next page.

Part 2 - Journal on Find Out Your Worldview Quiz
Use the space below to compose a journal of 250-500 words on the results of "Find Out Your Worldview." Access and view the "Find Out Your Worldview." After completing the process, reflect on your result. Do you agree with the result you received? Explain why you agree or disagree with the result. What does assessing your own worldview in this way teach you about yourself? APA is not required for this assignment but solid academic writing is expected.

Hello Professor Forrest,
After completing the assessment, my assessment finding and Worldview was Christian. I am happy, blessed, thankful, and grateful with my results. I also agree with my results, and would not have wanted anything different. To me, being a Christian is one of the greatest joys and blessings I could ever have. I know too much is given; much is required, but again blessed to be a servant unto the Lord.

For me, the Lord Jesus comes first before anything or anyone, because I know firsthand how GOD grace is sufficient and how I am nothing without the Lord our GOD. I admit I do not and have not always done everything correctly, but again I know whom I serve, and who is first in my life. I honestly look at the areas of mistakes as life lessons, and testimony to share with others about how without Christ I again am nothing, and can not be with GOD.

Having the chance to access my own worldview in this way has taught me a lot about myself. I believe we all can say we are Christians, but I believe your integrity defines a person. Meaning, what is within in my heart, and what I do behind closed doors will surely define me. I know again as I mention earlier that I love the Lord with every fiber within me, and to take this assessment and get the same results does my heart well. I know there will always be room for growth and improvement, but with the Lord on my side, I know I will be successful because, I can do All things through Christ Jesus

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