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What is the scholastic name for the Doctrine of the Christian Life?
The Good Faith Doctrine
What is the Good Faith Doctrine?
that if you live a good life, things will go well for you
What are the 5 main ideas of a Christian Life?
Mind and heart set on things above
Right treatment of others
Submission to authority
Exercising toward Godliness
According to the main themes of a Christian Life, what i the role of Santification in a Christian's Life?
A faith without some doubts is like a human body with no antibodies in it, but doubts should be discarded after long reflection
Also in the main themes of a Christian Life, there is a change that occurs, what is the change and explain it
Change must occur from the inside out meaning, true believers will reflect the commands of God
What is Sanctification?
A progressive work of God and man that makes us more and more free from sin and more like Christ in our actual lives.
What does Sanctification refer to or reference?
refers to the moral change that should take place in the life of a Christian and how sin should have less control over our lives (1 John 3:9)
What are the 3 things every Christian needs in the Sanctification process of their Salvation?
What are those three things known as?
Why must the study of God's word be a priority?
We have been given new life through His word
What must be tested against God's word? What must agree with God's word?
the reality of Scripture
What is God's word?
His Word is truth, sanctification aligns us with the truths of His Word
What does God's work do for us?
We have been given New Life and humility through His Word
What must we as Christians do through God's word?
We must do God's Word...Not just hear it
We must look in the mirror of God's Word
God's Word is our mirror
What are we to do with God's word?
Grow in it
How are we to approach God's word?
Address God in praise
Allow the Holy Spirit to reflect our needs
Ask forgiveness for sin
Add positive characteristics in our life
Avoid evil that will disrupt your time in God's word
Apply a promise to encourage us
What is prayer?
Prayer is simply conversing with God
Talking to Him
Listening to Him
Being in His Presence
What is prayer not?
Rattling off mindless words
Sitting with an empty mind
Devising our own plans and asking God to endorse them
Convincing God to do what we want
Begging, bargaining, manipulating
When we pray as Christians, we share what?
Prayer for Christians involves what?
Committing yourself to obey Him
Giving Him thanks
Making requests for yourself and others
Being available to God
Why should we pray?
As an act of obedience
As an act of worship
As a way to know God
As a way to know what God desires for us
To receive direction and assurance
To share needs for us and others
To receive what we need
When should we pray?
Where should we pray?
Privately, Publicly , Everywhere
How should we pray?
With a humble heart
With repentance and confession
With and in faith
With a forgiving spirit
In the name of Jesus
How does God answer our prayers?
No - Which is as much an answer as "Yes"
Yes, but not now
Yes, but much more
What is the Doctrine of God called?
What is the Cosmological Argument?
1. Everything that had a beginning, had a Beginner (or Causer)
2. The universe had a beginning (it's not eternal)
3. The universe will end with a supernatural event
4. Therefore, the universe (the effect) had a Beginner (or Causer)
Why do we believe in the Cosmological Argument as Christians?
The Universe was created by God, The Uncaused Cause. The Effect is the Universe. Everything in the Universe came from God
What is the Doctrine of Christ called?
Why Jesus at the center of not only the Doctrine of Christ, but also at the center of Christianity?
What is the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit called?
What does Scripture tell us about the Holy Spirit?
The Holy Spirit is a person with a mind, will, and emotions
The Holy Spirit is fully God, the third member of the Trinity
The Holy Spirit has been active throughout history (with different roles) and is still active today
The Holy Spirit can be "mistreated"
What are the 5 roles of the Holy Spirit?
1.Indwelling - the Holy Spirit dwells in us after we are saved
3.Sealing - once we are saved, our standing before God is secure and our spiritual position will never change.
4.Filling -filled with the Holy Spirit for our entire lives as Christians
5.Gifting -refers to the spiritual gifts that are given to each Believer after they are saved and join the body of
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