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Write one thread and reply one thread. After you have completed your thread, read at least 1 classmate’s thread and submit a reply to it. your reply must be 75–100 words.thread must be 100–150 words. As you compose your thread, use the citation format required by your degree program to cite all references to, or quotes from, external authors or sources (check the HarbraceEssentials Handbook and/or the link contained in the Assignment Instructions Folder to verify your citations). To let your instructor know which style of documentation you are using, write MLA, APA, orTurabian in the title of your thread as follows: Title – Citation style (e.g., “Christians and the Study of Literature – APA”).
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Thread Topic (Everyman :Petrus Dorlandus)
Topic: Having completed this course of study, prayerfully reflect upon the literature and share how 1 of the literary pieces, characters, or authors studied in this course can be used as a Christian witness or salvific tool to fulfill the Great Commission. Identify the title, character, or author of the chosen literary piece and begin with a cogent thesis statement, then offer detailed support and show control over the topic.
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The 1 literary that used a salvific tool to fulfill the Great Commission for me would be Everyman. In life, we live day by day at times forgetting about the important things in life and worry too much about the material things. We think that we have all these friends that will be there for us no matter what but in the end we will walk alone. This play shows that most things here with us now really shouldn’t matter as much as they do. It’s the little things. We should also do more good deeds for others. Try being a better person. When are time comes all the money all the cars etc will not help you on judgment day. We need to remain humble and true to ourselves and not get lost in this sinful world. When God summons Death to retrieve us are time on earth is done. “O Death, thou comest when he had the least in mind! In thy power, it lieth me to save” (Adu-Gyamfi, Schmidt 2011). Live life to the fullest, help others as much as you can for, we never know when that day will be when our time will come to an end.