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UNIV 101 Week 3 Notes.pdf

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These notes are all of the notes from Week 3. Learned about "finding yourself."
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Madison Notetaker on Monday September 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to UNIV 101 at Liberty University taught by Mr. Schmidt in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views.


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Date Created: 09/12/16
UNIV 101 Week 3 Notes “Savior” = One who delivers us out of our problems Critical thinker: one who looks at all different possibilities Issue 1: Our culture often says…  Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.  You’ve got to find yourself first. Everything else’ll follow. Everyone continually changes based on influences and experiences. Blaise Pascal – “Man is so made that by continually telling him he is a fool he believes it, and by continually telling it to himself he makes himself believe it. For man holds an inward talk with his self alone, which it behooves him to regulate well: We must keep silent as much as possible, and talk with ourselves only of God whom we … Issue 2: Often we are told…Follow your heart All human beings have the same moral principles. Sometimes social pressures break up those moral principles. Issue 3: Another cultural assumption:  Often people assume that God is distant or He does not exist. Thus, we are alone in our search of our true selves and how to live life. However, the Bible teaches that God is near, and he wants to guide us and teach us. Finding a solution – Step 1: a) Is God’s plan for my life totally different from my need to express myself? b) Is there a way to unify Go’s plan for my life and my need to be myself? a. God’s plan for my life+my plan = AUTHENTIC…? c) There is a place for self-expression in Christianity d) There is a need to submit to God’s wisdom and His plan e) If we are following our sinful nature, there is a risk Finding a solution – Step 2: a) What did Jesus say? Jerimiah 29:11 – He has a plan for us b) We need to be living in tune with God and be a team working together to enjoy the situations God puts us in c) Everyone will have problems and struggles, but still, God is there for us a. What does it mean to be yoked? Matt 11:29-30 b. Matthew 7: 24-27 – We should build our lives on His word like building our “house on the rock” UNIV 101 Week 3 Notes


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