Learning Goal: I’m working on a nursing writing question and need guidance to he

Learning Goal: I’m working on a nursing writing question and need guidance to help me learn.Getting Started We saw last week how our Lord Jesus gave humanity the highest honor when He took on our human nature, was born as a baby, grew up, lived among us, and, in a final act of self-sacrificial love, gave Himself in our place as our Savior. In some sense, He will always be the God who is also human, as we see in Revelation 1. As you may recall from the 3.1 Assignment, humans possess unique spiritual characteristics created as an inherent part of their human makeup. The human spirit uniquely has the ability to interact with the Creator God, who is Spirit. Understanding the special distinctiveness of being human makes us aware of the special position with which God has dignified us. It affects how we see value and worth in ourselves and other persons. It gives us pause as we consider the lives we will live. As we come to understand, we have been created with a human spirit that hungers to commune with our God who is also spirit. We perceive that, unlike any other creatures in Creation, we are not complete until we are “in Him,” spiritually unified with our Maker. He completes us. St. Augustine prayed in his Confessions in the fourth century: “Thou hast made us for thyself, and our heart is restless until it finds its rest in thee.” Resources Bible: A standard translation, as noted in the syllabus
Website: Bible Gateway Web page: Dictionary of Bible Themes
File: Week 3 Biblical and Anthropological Readings.docx
Observational Guide The following can be a guide to your observations in any of the selected passages throughout the course. What do you see in the selected passage concerning: The nature of God’s attributes, e.g., faithfulness, compassion, goodness, holiness, anger, power, justice, unchangeableness, all-knowing, always present, eternal, etc.
The types of God’s activity, e.g., creator, provider, revealer, judge, rescuer, redeemer, savior, etc.
The nature of the character of God, the Son, Jesus Christ, e.g., compassion, faithfulness, divinity, humanity, humility, obedience, patience, power, wisdom, etc.
The service of Jesus Christ, e.g., creator, Savior, Servant, redeemer, high priest, Lamb, prayers, miracles, shepherd, teachings, etc.
The nature of the character of God, the Holy Spirit, e.g., joy, power, wisdom, savior, purifier, etc.
The activity of the Holy Spirit, e.g., creator, savior, life-bringer, leader, comforter, in-dweller, witness, spiritual gifts, fruit in the believer’s life, anointing for human ministry, etc.
The Creation of the Universe, e.g., its origins, its original qualities, its present character, its future restoration, etc.
The nature of the human race, e.g., its origins, its comparison to the rest of Creation, its unique make-up (including the image of God), its intended relationship with its Creator, its purposes in God’s plan for the universe, etc.
The nature of sin, e.g., origin, its character, its expressions, its effects on the universe (including relationships and humanity), etc.
The nature of God’s salvation and Kingdom plan for the universe (including humanity), e.g., its origin, the activity of the Savior, the beneficial effects of salvation (including the “Good Life”), the grounds for human acquisition of salvation, etc
Instructions (this is what you have to answer) Navigate to the threaded discussion and post in at least four full paragraphs (three for “a,” one for “b”) new insights gleaned from the reading (with your quotation of the Scriptures that support such insights): Describe three characteristics of the physical and spiritual aspects of humanity as seen in the assigned passages. Support each characteristic with at least one quotation from scripture.
What might these descriptions of what humans uniquely consist of have to do with the manner in which each person orders his or her life?

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