A worldview is how you see the world. It is something that you are passionate about in your heart, soul, and mind. Many people may not know how or why they feel the ways that they do, or how they developed their perceptions, only that those are the ways that they were taught. God has given us an incredible gift throughout the Bible that provides us with the tools and knowledge that we need in order to live a life full of blessing and grace.
Romans teaches that the natural world and everything in existence was created by God. It is stated that all of God’s righteousness, his power, and his godliness have been clearly portrayed to this world. It says in Romans 1:20 that, ...view middle of the document...
Romans 5:3 says, “…but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope.” (NIV) We hope to be able to live a life that would be deemed worthy in the eyes of God so that one day we may enter into the Kingdom of Heaven.
It is said that one of the most important of the Commandments is “Love your neighbor as thyself” (Mark 12:31 NIV) Humanity has a hard time practicing this principle because we all have a desire that is mostly selfish. We tend to think about our feelings, strengths, and circumstance over that of someone who may be experiencing the exact thing that we go through. “Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves.” (Romans 12:10 NIV) Throughout Romans 7, the Scripture addresses the relationship that should also be had by husband and wife, as well as, addressing the importance of not coveting one another. The relationships that you form with those around you or come into contact with should be one that is of a loving and accepting nature, just as Christ loves and accepts you no matter what your faults or weaknesses are.
In our society today, our cultures can differ greatly from person to person. One constant throughout the Bible is that God has mercy on believers and non-believers. God loves all people of the world, which is proven...