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For the first part of your homework complete the Life Graph that you stuck into your books.
Plot all of your memories either as positive symbols above the axis or as negative symbols below the axis.
Create an interesting key of positive and negative symbols that are personal to you.
For the second part of your homework indicate whether you felt God was in control at the time or not.

Bullet point each of the negative events using the symbol as the bullet point.
Write down anything positive that resulted from this event.
Looking back on this event, are you able to see it differently than you did at the time?
If you are or are not able to see it differently explain why.

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Respond to the questions: Do you believe? Complete the mind map.
WRITE – about your experiences (or lack of experiences) with God in your life so far.

Respond to these questions by listing five example that are personal to you.

1. How much do I see God around me?
2. Is He really there?
3. Examples of where I see Him, or why I think I don’t see Him.

My list of examples
1. I often see God around me especially when…
2. I know God is really there because…
3. The times when I don’t see Him are when …
Finally complete the ‘Faithometer’ started in class today.

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Search Google for effective pictures or symbols to represent the terms suffering, perseverance, character and hope.

Write the term and your definitions clearly at the top or foot of each image.
Print the image and stick it into your exercise book.

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Practise writing the key terms in two separate sentencs to show how the term can be used effectively.

Produce two separate examples of grammatically correct sentences (ICT Homework).

I will test you again in the new year!
Criteria
• show how the term can be used through the Joseph story.
• Spell words correctly.
• Use correct punctuation and grammar.
• Present work neatly.

Key Terms
Suffering
Physical or psychological pain and distress.

Perseverance
Steady and continued action or belief, usually over a long period and especially despite difficulties or setbacks.

Character
The set of qualities that make somebody or something distinctive, especially somebody’s qualities of mind and feeling.

Hope
To have a belief that something will happen or be true, especially something that seems possible or likely.

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Write two grammatically correct and concise (short) sentences for each of the key terms below. I will test you again in January.

Distortion
Falsehood, misrepresentation, myth.

Anointed Cherub
Highest of all created beings. Stands in the light of the presence of God.

Great Controversy
A really big argument between Satan and God. This argument was about the character of God, His law, and His sovereignty over the universe.

Iniquity
Sin, evil actions or thoughts.

Adversary
Opponent, enemy, rival, challenger.

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Write 11 concise (short, succinct) sentences using a key word from the list below. The context must be about religion. I have emailed blank sheets for you to practice on.
Criteria
Punctuation – ensure your sentences have comas, full-stops and capital letters where needed.
Grammar – ensure your sentences are complete and make sense grammatically.
Clear definition – show evidence in your writing that you fully understand the key term.
Discernible – visible
Transcendent – heavenly
Supernatural – paranormal
Omnipotent – all powerful
Omniscient – all knowing
Omnipresent – universal
Originator – creator
Doctrine – principle
Atheists – non believers in God
Sceptics – cynics or doubters
Synergetic – combined effort being greater than the effort of a singular

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Practise writing your new key terms in a sentence that relates to the war in heaven story.
Print this sheet when completed and bring it to your next lesson.

Criteria
• Five sentences showing how the term can be used through the war in heaven story.
• Spell words correctly.
• Use correct punctuation and grammar.
• Present work neatly.

Key Terms
Distortion
Falsehood, misrepresentation, myth.

Anointed Cherub
Highest of all created beings. Stands in the light of the presence of God.

Great Controversy
A really big argument between Satan and God. This argument was about the character of God, His law, and His sovereignty over the universe.

Iniquity
Sin, evil actions or thoughts.

Adversary
Opponent, enemy, rival, challenger.

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Practise writing your new key terms in a sentence that relates to the Joseph story.
Produce four grammatically correct sentences on the sheet provided in class today or you may prefer to hand write your homework. I have updated the criteria and emailed this page to you.
Criteria
• Four sentences showing how the term can be used through the Joseph story.
• Spell words correctly.
• Use correct punctuation and grammar.
• Present work neatly.

Key Terms
Suffering
Physical or psychological pain and distress.

Perseverance
Steady and continued action or belief, usually over a long period and especially despite difficulties or setbacks.

Character
The set of qualities that make somebody or something distinctive, especially somebody’s qualities of mind and feeling.

Hope
To have a belief that something will happen or be true, especially something that seems possible or likely.

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Revise the sheet emailed to you today for a test next week.

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Deconstruct the following quotes in light of God’s existence:
“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the Sun has risen, not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” (C.S. Lewis)
Write your response to what CS Lewis the famous Irish author and teacher once said, what do his words mean to you? Complete the sentence below.
1. My understanding of the quote “I believe in Christianity as I believe that the Sun has risen, not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” (C.S. Lewis) is that …
“There is always sufficient evidence upon which to base an intelligent faith. But God will never remove from any man all occasion for doubts. Those who love to dwell in the atmosphere of doubt and questioning unbelief can have the unenviable privilege. He who turns from the weight of evidence because there are a few things that he cannot make plain to his finite understanding, will be left to the cold, chilling atmosphere of unbelief and scepticism, and will make shipwreck of faith.” (Ellen White, Signs of the Times, December 30, 1886.)
Write your response to what Ellen White the American Adventist prophet once said what does this mean to you?
Complete the sentence below.
My understanding of the quote by Ellen White where she explains why she thinks that there is always ‘sufficient evidence upon which to base an intelligent faith’ is that …