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Non-moral decisions (Part 2)

Decision making and God’s will continues with this second part regarding choices that don’t involve a moral component.  Non-moral decisions are made when there is no command in the Bible regarding God’s stated will.  If there is no special guidance by God, or no moral guidance given by God, then we have to make choices that are neither right nor wrong. Whatever we [&hellip

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Non-moral decisions (Part 1)

Before we get to non-moral decision making, here’s a quick recap from the first three installments on God’s will for your life.  The first way God guides is through His sovereign will.  You can know it through the rear-view mirror of life.  If God allowed things to happen, it must be part of His will.  A second [&hellip

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National Youth Gathering

IS THERE A GAP IN YOUR MAP? WORLDVIEWS & TRUTH · Dominant worldviews in America 1. Christianity, Islam, Cosmic-Humanism, Secular Humanism, Marxism, Post-Modernism · What is a worldview? 1. Formal—the truth claims that explain the world and reality (like map to look at world) 2. Personal—application of this view to life (consciously or unconsciously using [&hellip

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Moral will of God

Here’s a quick review of this series on God’s will before we examine a third way that God guides us, through His moral will.  God’s sovereign will, our first study, is seen when we look back on a day or period in our life.  If God allowed things to happen, it must be part of His will.  A second way God guides [&hellip

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Special will of God

Let’s continue to examine God’s will for your life with this second edition.  God’s guidance comes to us in four ways: sovereign, special, moral, and non-moral.  In the last blog, we saw how God guides us in a sovereign way. That means that God is in total control, or is sovereign, and that unless something is [&hellip

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God’s will for your life

This series of blogs will examine God’s will for your life.  How can we know what God wants us to do?  Clearly,  God has a general will for all people.  All of us are to carry out the “Cultural Commission” of Genesis 1:28.  God told Adam and Eve, “‘Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue [&hellip

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Heaven described

This series of blogs on eschatology, or the study of the last things, concludes with descriptions of heaven.  The eternal state of the new heaven and new earth was promised in Isaiah 65:17. “Behold, I will create new heavens and a new earth. The former things will not be remembered, nor will they come to [&hellip

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Hell described

The study of the last things, or eschatology, continues with more on the eternal state of hell.  In hell, unbelievers will experience damnation and eternal separation from God in both body and soul. Hell is pictured as a place of weeping and gnashing teeth (Matthew 8:12), where both body and soul will be tormented and [&hellip

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The reason for Judgment Day

This series on eschatology, or the study of the last things, is continuing the information on Judgment Day.  Let’s read what happens next to the sheep in the parable of the sheep and the goats (Matthew 25:31-40). Judgment Day continues with rewards for believers on account of the works they did by the Holy Spirit’s power. [&hellip

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Judgment Day events

This series of blogs on eschatology continues with the topic of Judgment Day.  Eschatology is the study of the last things: death, resurrection, Judgment Day, and the eternal states of heaven or hell.  This aspect of theology is very intriguing since we all want to know what will happen at the end of our life.  After Jesus [&hellip

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