Personal Values Paper notes Christian excellence
Research the topic of values and also read the article by Hollinger about values accessible through the following link:
http://www.regent.edu/acad/global/publications/innerresources/vol2iss3/hollinger.pdf Living Your Life in Control in an Out of Control World
Write a 1-2 page paper that analyzes at least five of the most important values to you. Keep in mind that these values might change over time. To achieve maximum points for content and analysis, the following elements need thoroughly addressed. Morals
The first value is to glorify God that is for me to glorify God above all things. This value is allowing me to align myself with the fact that the glory of God according to Scripture is my highest purpose, my highest goal and my highest aim. To glorify God is what I was made to do; the glory of God is what I live for. Integrity
Values come about through a combination of experiences and learning: exposure to situations and information, and interpretation of those experiences. Interaction and socialization, Values affect the church’s overall behavior. Values shape the entire organization, determine the ministry’s direction, and dictate every decision you make and every dollar you spend. Values enhance credible leadership. Many leaders, as well as their churches, are values-driven and the ministries they build reflect those values. As go the leaders, so goes the church. Leaders with good values build ministries of integrity. It is, therefore, imperative that leaders lead with integrity, honesty and values. By taking on this role, leaders invoke trust and respect from List and explain at least five values important to you.
Justify the reason that each value is important.
Integrity simply means "You can count on me, I'll keep my word, I'll be true." That is it. It means, "I am not for sale at any price." I will choose right over wrong INTEGRITY IN YOUR ACTIONS in my words Integrity means telling the truth even when it hurts, Integrity means that you confront problems when it would be easier to walk away; Integrity means forgiving when you’d rather hold a grudge. And what the Bible refers to is, for me, the more important issue. I have come to the conclusion that "integrity," as the Bible presents it, is comprised of two equally important elements. First, a person of integrity must accept the moral principles which God end First, a person of integrity must accept the moral principles which God endorses. Second, a person of integrity must live a life guided and shaped by those same moral principle sores. Second, a person of integrity must live a life guided and shaped by those same moral principles. Look at Jesus. What integrity. He was honest and candid. He actualized standards of living and loving that were patterned after the nature of His Father-God. When we call upon persons to be persons of integrity, we are doing something that the New Testament does all of the time when it calls upon to be like Jesus. To be like Jesus is to be a person of integrity. Let’s walk in the steps of our Lord. Let’s shine to the glory of our God. 1.
Commitment is a choice to give up certain things for ourselves and others. One would need to understand the principle of making a permanent commitment realizing that it’s much more than just a decision not to divorce. It’s a commitment to do the daily work of keeping the commitment alive. It may mean turning off the TV or taking a nightly walk in order to listen to each other’s concerns; or just being there for one’s spouse. I would give my couple this example of their commitment. A man and woman stand in front of a priest or pastor and they look into each other eyes, and the two of them says, I do. On hearing this, the priest pronounces the two, husband and wife, and declares, What God has put together let no man put apart. Marriage is perhaps the most obvious commitment two people can make, and...
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