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Hello i need a Good and Positive Comment related with this argument .A paragraph  with no more  100 words.


Kristie Keel 

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God created man in his own image. He created the world and all the things in the world for man to use and to care for in 6 days.  The world was created so that God could send his spirit children to a place to learn about hardships and gain strength. His hope is that all his children will return to him. When we understand our relationship with God, claim him in our lives and live accordingly then we believe and understand creation. This knowledge gives us greater purpose in our lives and gives us meaning or value to our very being.

The fall of man began in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve. Adam and Eve were instructed to not eat from the tree of good and evil while being obedient they remained innocent and sheltered. Once they partook of the fruit they were considered disobedient but this disobedience was necessary in order for the rest of Gods spirit children to come and multiple and replenishes the Earth. The fall made it possible for all man to have joy as well as pain through the consequences of their actions. It also made it possible for man to experience physical and spiritual death.

Redeem can mean to rescue or set free as by paying a ransom or to pay off a debt. If someone commits a mistake and then corrects it or makes amends, we say he has redeemed himself. Each of these meanings suggests different facets of the great Redemption accomplished by Jesus Christ through His Atonement, which includes, in the words of the dictionary, “to deliver from sin and its penalties, as by a sacrifice made for the sinner.” The Savior’s Redemption has two parts. First, it atones for Adam’s transgression and the consequent Fall of man by overcoming what could be called the direct effects of the Fall—physical death and spiritual death. The second aspect of the Savior’s Atonement is redemption from what might be termed the indirect consequences of the Fall, our own sins as opposed to Adam’s transgression. By virtue of the Fall, we are born into a mortal world where sin is, disobedience to divinely instituted law is pervasive.

Restoration is a movement in the early 19th Century movement to create and restore the Gospel of Jesus Christ on the Earth. This restoration is to prepare the world for the return of Jesus Christ so that we all my be judged, saved, and redeemed.

When we understand the God Loves us and wants for us to have mortal experiences to learn and grow it makes the understanding of illness, disease and death easier to understand. We are not being punished for wrong doings if we develop an illness or someone close to us dies. We are being tested and tried to the capacity of our strength. When my daughter was born with a congenital heart condition I had a well meaning friend that suggested that her condition was because of sins that I had committed and this was Gods judgment. While I firmly disagree with the notion that a God who loves his children would punish my child because of things I have done I understand that there are groups of people who do believe this. In the nursing field it is important to be open minded and use the holistic approach by making the patient feel comfortable and free to practice their personal beliefs as long as in it reasonable. Along with this understanding is the compassion needed to help those who are struggling with disease and death. When we truly use compassion to open our hearts to others and understand their perspective and feel empathy towards then the healing can begin.