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    Dilla, Minggus (Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Arastamar Bengkulu, 2014-10-31)
    A disciplined life is the hope of many people. But often humans fail to do it. Therefore it is important to pay attention to the important axis in human life. Namely how the spirituality. With a basis that spiritual discipline will produce disciplined people. Therefore through this article the Bible will contribute to a spiritually disciplined attitude to life.

    Oet, Supriadi (Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Arastamar Bengkulu, 2014-10-31)
    The end of time is the subject of much interest today. Then many responses to the end times appear, but those responses tend to lead believers to be passive in this life. A biblical study is needed to understand the end of time. Because not all concepts of the end times make Believers understand how the end times really are. In the midst of the many teaching concepts about the end times, many theologians have also forgotten to give practical applications in dealing with the end times. Through this article, it is hoped that this will help Christians to understand what is the end of time based on 1 Thessalonians and how to deal with it practically.

    Gulo, Manase (Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Arastamar Bengkulu, 2014-10-31)
    Life in this day and age is shaped by various elements that influence one another, so that each person becomes a unique person. Influence comes from family background, social culture, economic factors and bad habits, depending on the environment in which a person lives. Paul wanted to talk to them as spiritual people, but he found that they were still "babies" he could only give them milk, because they were still not ready to receive hard food (1 Cor 3: 1-3). Spirituality is an important part of human life, with a healthy spirituality humans will live life well. Spiritualiats are an important force in sustaining our lives, through good spirituality humans can deal with bad conditions. Through the advice of the Apostle Paul to Timothy we get important principles to build spirituality.

    Pranoto, David Susilo (Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Arastamar Bengkulu, 2014-10-31)
    This paper is titled" Attitude to Give Offerings According to the Gospel of Mark 12: 41-44 ". Mark's Gospel was written by Mark himself and this Gospel of Mark is the earliest Gospel written, which is between 65 and 70 AD before the Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed and Mark's Gospel is also the shortest of the four Gospels. This book was shown to the Jews to introduce Christ as a servant. Specifically the Gospel of Mark 12: 41-44 tells how Jesus showed His disciples the attitude of the rich and the widows of the poor in giving offerings. This shows that Jesus wanted to tell everyone and specifically to the students how the right attitude in giving offerings. The text Jesus shows about the attitude of the rich and poor widows in making offerings in the Temple. In addition, in the context of the Gospel of Mark 12: 41-44, Jesus showed His disciples the right attitude in offering. Jesus' purpose here is to direct the attention of His disciples to the poor widow. The poor widow gives more offerings than the offerings of rich people, because she gives from her shortcomings while rich people give from abundance. So through this article we can open the understanding of believers to have the right attitude to offer.

    Waharman, Waharman (Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Arastamar Bengkulu, 2014-10-31)
    In this article, discuss the words of the Lord Jesus about worries according to Matthew 6: 25-34. The purpose of the Lord Jesus was to advise His disciples so that they would not worry about food, drink and clothing. These words are a motivation for believers in God in matters of food and drink, so that believers are free from all worries and entrust themselves to God in His pets. While still alive in this world, Jesus gave guidelines for living in His care and He also emphasized to His disciples that they first seek the kingdom of God and His truth and all of that will be added to you (Matt. 6:33). Here Jesus does not promise that all believers will become wealthy but promises the providence of God that meets all the needs of His children, even the glory and riches of heaven. Jesus even used the parable of the birds that were fed by the Father in heaven. If God feeds them, He will also take care of His people. In this article it reminds Christians not only to be concerned about worries, but must surrender fully to God and live in God's care, grateful for God's blessings in an extraordinary way.

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