A world view is the way that a person expresses his or her life. The decisions they form, the goals they set to achieve and the way they embrace others all are based on how they perceive the world around them. This perception is based on a foundation of belief, a worldview.
A Christian worldview is based on the Bible, and that life first began when God spoke life into existence (“The Holy Bible (new King James version)”), 1988, bk. Genesis 1:26). God created man from earth dust, breathing life into him (“The Holy Bible (King James version),” 2014, Genesis 2:7) and woman from man’s rib to be his companion (KJv, Genesis 2:21-23).
Being human is man’s first blessing from God. The knowledge of salvation, code of morality and holiness dwell within our hearts from birth. “Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image” (nKJv, Gen. 1:26)”. All beings were created with precise thought and reason by God. Humans are superior to animals, having a spirit liable for learning and following God’s rulings (Joshua 1:8), with a promise of eternal salvation, in the kingdom of Heaven after death (2 Corinthians 4:18-5:1).
Weider & Gutierrez (Weider & Gutierrez, 2013, p. 70) state concerning our purpose: “Christianity is about a relationship with God”, this is not about following the doctrine of religion. Knowing the word of God, and following his laws, and taking daily prayer with God brings one to a personal relationship with the Lord (nKJv, 1 John, 2:3-5).
Morality and ethics are the purposeful ways in which we make decisions toward ourselves and others. With the character of God, Christians should treat others as they would want to be treated themselves, with love, respect and forgiveness when fallen short of the Glory of the Lord (nKJv, Romans 13:1-7). A Christian should live in the word of God, not of this world. Caring for monetary things more than the scripture will not give anyone a future (Matthew 6:24). Never has there been a U-Haul following a hearse with the deceased ones possessions for them to take with them.
Christians have a destiny that is promised to them from the time of their new birth. To be saved from the depths of