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Tattoo Law in Christianity

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   It seems that art is already very popular with the people. There are many ways that people express art in their lives. Some pass the music and the tones also through the pictures. People who have a high artistic soul should be grateful. This is due to the increasing public desire for works related to art. You can earn extra money through the music you make, whether you make the instrument or even work as a voice actor, the singer. In addition, the fee for an artist is also quite good, so you are encouraged to cultivate a love of art. It is from love that you can move to make extra money. Apart from using music as an alternative, of course, you can also sell your images. Indeed, drawing is one of the hobbies that not everyone has. This is an additional point for those of you who like to draw. In addition, the payment for an image can be classified as good. However, it must be admitted that in drawing we do have to collect deep intentions and of course combined with your ability to ex

Definition of the Liturgy in the Church

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 After all, a prayer room is not a recreational space where people can freely do as they please. Worship must be carried out regularly so it is necessary to determine when the congregation can participate in the service and what they need to do. On this basis, the order of worship was finally made and this is what is now commonly referred to as the liturgy. So, the word liturgy in this article will refer to the meaning of the worship system. By using the meaning of the word worship as it is commonly used today and with the meaning of the liturgy itself, the congregation cannot just be silent, sit, and watch in worship. Worship is not a concert or seminar which only goes one way. The congregation can contribute by participating in singing praises, praying, making offerings, and so on. Even so, the liturgy does not merely belong to a rigid liturgical pattern of worship. All patterns of worship have their own liturgies and all of these liturgies refer to the same structure. This structure

The Law of Love in the Christian Bible

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 God teaches us to love our neighbor without partiality. He always wants us to do good and spread love to others. Because God is a loving God. "Remember all your mercy and loving kindness, O LORD, for they have been from ancient times." (Psalm 25: 6) Therefore, God sets all the laws of love so that man can apply them in every line of life. What are these laws? Here are the fifteen laws of love found in the Bible.     Love the enemy “But unto you that hear me I say unto you, Love your enemies, do good to them which hate you, But love ye your enemies, and do good, and lend, hoping for nothing again; and your reward shall be great, and ye shall be the children of the Highest: for he is kind unto the unthankful and to the evil. . ” (Luke 6:27 and 35) The law of love in the Bible that God taught is not an easy thing for us who have instincts as human beings. Most of us consider our enemies to be hostile because they have done bad things to us. The purpose and purpose of God tellin

The Holy Spirit in the Christian Life

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  As people who have accepted Christ as Lord and Savior, of course we must also invite the Holy Spirit to enter our lives. After the baptism, which means washing away from all sins and rising to become a new person, that person will experience a second baptism. This baptism is called the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit has a different role from Jesus and the Father. If you want to know the role of the Holy Spirit then read this article to the end so you can find out and apply it. Here are 27 roles of holy spirit in a believer's life.     The Holy Spirit is a Comforter Spirit "But the Comforter, even the Holy Spirit, will be sent by the Father in my name, He will teach you all things and will remind you of all that I have said to you." (John 14:26). The Holy Spirit is often referred to as the spirit of comfort. The Holy Spirit is a person who was given to His people after Jesus ascended to heaven.      The Holy Ghost is a Helping Spirit "I will ask the Fat

The Meaning of Jesus' Passion and Death in the Salvation of the World

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  Death according to Christianity is not the end of everything but, there are some basic questions about what the passion of Jesus' death was like? Why did He have to suffer and die? Why was the crucifixion of Jesus so terrible? What can we take away from the death of Jesus? and how do we judge suffering? Such questions often come out of our mouths. Therefore, let us examine the meaning of the passion and death of Jesus: 1. Jesus' death was a consequence of the message about God's kingdom Jesus already gave an example of how to grow and bear fruit in Christ by preaching about the kingdom of God. Jesus' death cannot be separated from the history of His work and His life. Jesus has given us an example of what the goal of Christian life is. Jesus already took a risk with His sufferings and tribulations that He endured. Jesus also told His disciples that He would suffer and die on the cross. Jesus' task was to preach the kingdom of God which He did through His words and

History of the Sabbath from Creation to the Present

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  We must have heard of the Sabbath many times. In this article, I will try to explain the history of the Sabbath, and why many Christians observe the Sabbath on Sundays. The Sabbath is the seventh day of the week, which is Saturday. The Sabbath is the only day that the Bible refers to as a day of worship and rest. Most Christian churches have worship activities on Sunday, the first day of the week. Many call Sunday "the Lord's Day"; some call Sundays "the Christian Sabbath." Gradually, the first day of the week (now called Sunday) gained prominence as an additional day, but was eventually established to replace the Sabbath by the civil and religious authorities. The first law code to legalize this is the Law of Constantine (Constantine) in 321 AD. Over the next several centuries, people continued to observe the Sabbath in secret. The Development of the Sabbath Day in the Old Testament The seventh-day Sabbath has a lot of history in the entire period of human hi

The Biblical Origin of Sin and the Christian Viewpoint of Faith

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At the beginning of creation Lord created the heavens and the earth. Then Lord created everything until finally He created the first man, Adam and Eve as his companion to help protect and care for all of Lord's creations. Until in the end, Lord forbade His human creation to eat the forbidden fruit in the middle of the garden which in the end was also eaten by Adam and Eve because of the persuasion of the devil. This devil made sin exist. In the beginning angels had free will to determine and do what they wanted to do. The existence of an angel's rebellion against God made the angel turn into a devil. Just like angels, God the Father has gifted us with three abilities that make us different from the rest of God's creations. These abilities are free will, reason, and conscience. Free will is the ability we have to choose and decide to do something whether it is the right thing or the wrong thing. There is a function of baptism Before you read further about the origin of sin,