To explore your biblical worldview through a series of personal reflective exercises. Share your results for each section. What do your results show you about

To explore your biblical worldview through a series of personal reflective exercises. Share your results for each section. What do your results show you about your worldview? 1. Is there a God? If so, what is He like? 2. Is there a spiritual world, a physical world, both or neither? 3. Is human nature naturally good, evil, both, or neither? 4. Describe the life experiences, books, or people that have most impacted your beliefs and how you see the world. Share how they have shaped you into the person you are today. 5. Does absolute truth exist? Explain. 6. What do you value in life? Where does God fit into your list? 7. What is man’s purpose on earth? 8. What happens when we die? 1. God exists in three persons: God, the Father; God, the Son (Jesus), and God, the Holy Spirit. · · 2. God created the world in six literal days. · · 3. Adam sinned against God and so man is born with a sin nature. · · 4. God sent His Son, Jesus, to live a perfect human life and die to pay the penalty for our sins so that we can have a relationship with Him. · · 5. The Bible is absolute truth, inerrant and eternal. · · 6. Salvation is through faith alone; good works cannot get us into God’s presence. · · 7. God reveals Himself to us through the Bible. · · 8. God gives us the power to overcome sin. · · To expand your understanding of goals and time management through personal reflective exercises. What does success look like to you? Use the questions below to analyze three goals that you have for yourself. Look at each goal individually by answering the following questions: 1. What is your B-SMART goal? 2. What are your reasons/motives for achieving this goal? 3. By when do you want to achieve this goal? 4. What sacrifices might you have to make in order to achieve this goal? 5. How does your goal align with God’s Word? Stated Goal Reason/Motive Time frame Sacrifices Biblical basis Stated Goal Reason/Motive Time frame Sacrifices Biblical basis Stated Goal Reason/Motive Time frame Sacrifices Biblical basis Time is a gift from God. Everyone has the same 24 hours each day / 168 hours each week. We can choose to use our time wisely or to squander it. What does your current use of time indicate about you? This activity will you see how much time you spend on your weekly activities/tasks and what is left to “manage.” Complete the chart provided below by entering your totals for each task. Commuting Work Eating Exercise Home chores Family time Social time Volunteering Worship Prayer/Bible Study Personal grooming/hygiene Entertainment (TV, games, movies,   etc) Shopping Sleeping Other 1. Do you think there is enough time “left” for your college course work? Why or why not? 2. As you review your time chart, what changes will you need to make to be successful in your schoolwork? If you do not see the need for change, explain why. 3. Ponder the following verses from Galatians and explain what they tell you about your use of time. How is time management an example of “reaping what we sow”? 4. Psalm 90:12 says, “Teach us to number our days aright, that we may gain a heart of wisdom” (KJV). Explain the relationship between wisdom and “numbering our days aright,” or using time well?

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