ROBERT KENNEDY SANTHIAGU, MALAYSIA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul's First Epistle to the Congregation in Corinth was written to solve the problems that arose among the congregations initiated by Paul in Corinth. These issues concern Christian life and faith. At that time Corinth was a Greek city, the capital of the province of Achaia. that included the Roman Empire. The city is made up of many nations, renowned for its advanced commerce and high culture, but also for its modesty and its many religions.
The main issues that Paul faced were the divisions and humility among the congregation, as well as the question of sex and marriage, the question of conscience, the discipline of the congregation, the gift of the Spirit of God and the resurrection of the dead. Paul wisely showed that the Good News from God can solve these problems.
1 Corinthians 1:4-7
I always thank my God for you because of the grace that he has given you through Christ Jesus. In him you have been blessed in every way. You have been blessed in all your speaking and all your knowledge. This proves that what we told you about Christ is true. Now you have every gift from God while you wait for our Lord Jesus Christ to come again.
Apostles Paul clearly said, not only to the people of Corinth but for all who are chosen by grace of our holy father to share our life with his son CHRIST JESUS our Lord. Paul proves that what he told us about Christ is true. CHRIST used Paul and Apostles to give us the New Testament or New Agreement to walk with GOD. Do we understand the contain of the agreement? Do we ever read it with passion in our life? How many times do we go true the agreement which seal by blood of a CHRIST as a witness for we and GOD? If we fail to comply what will be the punishment? Many of us don’t take seriously of this new agreement because the world preaching a wrong gospel which more comfort sweet to hear and confident, that we will go to heaven. Can we pass a test without reading the lesson? Same if we don’t have the knowledge about the coming Kingdom of GOD and its qualification to enter, then how pretty sure we can enter?
Hybrid Courses Have Advantages But Business Students Do Not Like Them
William H. Price, DBA, Associate Professor, University of Texas of Permian Basin, Odessa, Texas 79762 e-mail: email@example.com
The perception of education quality for business management courses taught by traditional lecture in a classroom or taught by a hybrid blended lecture and online is similar. This study sampled the anticipated and perceived expectation of students in each category. We also looked at traditional versus non-traditional undergraduate business student inclination to enroll in a hybrid course. While we expected the non-traditional students, which tend to work longer hours, to prefer the hybrid format since it did not require as much time on campus. However there was little difference in non-traditional student preference, we discovered a slight preference by Sophomore students for the hybrid format of delivery.
Dr. Onilearan Paul Kayode, Nigeria; firstname.lastname@example.org
The book, "how to protect children" is a seasonal book and a compendium of truth on how to take care of children in such an ungodly generation like this, how to train a child in the ways of God, how to bring to the knowledge of the children, the saving knowledge of Christ. To bring the light of the gospel to the children and thereby deliver them from the power of darkness and of sin and of death. To translate them also right from child age to the kingdom and fellowship of the sons and daughters of the most high God. To enlist them among the family of Christ. And there are such as numerous ways and methods to achieve this important aim and objective in this book. Reading this book, will inevitably equip a believer with "the reason for emergence evangelism among the children" "the benefit or advantage a child would derive, knowing and understanding God through our Lord and savior Jesus Christ from child" and "the strategy to achieve that, as a facilitator of the gospel of Christ among the little children" it's also helps the parents and the church to understand their roles in bringing the saving knowledge of christ to children and thereby appreciate and play their roles.
Commentary on the chapter one of the book "How to take care of children"
Chapter one of the book "how to take care of children" says that "Children can be saved because they have not harden their heart through sin" children are still very young and have a very flexible mind, they have a mind that has not been corrupted through sin, they have a mind that have not been occupied with the things of the world, therefore they can easily be saved. Since their mind has not been hardened through sin, they can be easily been taught the things of christ, the saving knowledge of Christ can easily been built in their mind. Therefore, they can be saved. Mark 10:13-16 "And they brought young children to him, that he should touch them: and his disciples rebuked those that brought them" 14 "But when Jesus saw it, he was much displeased, and said unto them, Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God" 15 "Verily I say unto you, Whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child, he shall not enter therein" 16 "And he took them up in his arms, put his hands upon them, and blessed them"
Proverbs 22:6 "Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it"