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In a perfect world, a residential construction or remodeling project would go off without a hitch. The contractor gets paid, the homeowner is happy and everything works out. Unfortunately, though, sometimes things go wrong. Often, these clashes are due to misunderstandings rather than actual issues.
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This book explores the nature and causes of misunderstandings in ELF interactions. It is based on a corpus of conversations between English speakers from south and east Asia that helps us investigate what causes misunderstandings, particularly the pronunciation, grammar, word choice, and discourse. The book also considers how such misunderstandings may be signalled and repaired. Finally, it discusses the implications for teaching English around the world and offers guidance to teachers in enabling their students to become highly intelligible.
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Sometimes misunderstandings tend to happen and one formal way of fixing it is by writing a letter. With that in mind, feel free to use our Personal Apology Letter For Misunderstanding Template. It has got pre-written content that can help you conveniently write down your apology. Download this now and work on it with Microsoft Word.
Although Confirmation is sometimes called the sacrament of Christian maturity, we must not confuse adult faith with the adult age of natural growth, nor forget that the baptismal grace is a grace of free, unmerited election and does not need ratification to become effective. St. Thomas reminds us of this:
Throughout the fall of 2021, the Ascendium team discussed SLRA with thousands of employers across the country and several themes emerged. This post shares the top four misunderstandings, and related facts, when it comes to SLRA.
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A great conversation with Nicola Bird about misunderstandings of anxiety. How it is created and looks so real to us in the moment, yet how the dominos can fall so easily once we get insight into the powerful illusion known as thought.
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Relationships are multilayered and complex. And misunderstandings are inevitable. Being honest with your loved one about how you might have contributed to the problem and the things that hurt you can help.
About 2000 years ago, the apostle Paul (with his co-laborer Silas) answered a frightened prison guard's question, "Sirs, what must I do to be saved?" He answered simply, "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved, you and your household." Since then, that simple answer has generated debate about its meaning. Here are some common misunderstandings of Acts 16:31. Misunderstanding #1: It conveys an adequate gospel message for anyone. Are Paul's words enough to save any person? Yes, if that person knows who He is believing on, what it means to believe, and what he is believing on Him for. No, if that person has incorrect information about who Jesus is, a wrong view of what it means to believe, and a wrong view about his need for eternal salvation. What Luke records for us in Acts is a summary description of a certainly longer story. Paul's words are the culmination of one night of interaction with the jailer. Other accounts in Acts show us what Paul and the first apostles typically taught (e.g., Acts 2:23-24, 36; 3:18-20; 4:2, 10; 5:29-31; 10:39-40; 13:29-30; 17:3; 26:22-23) and we see further examples in their epistles (e.g., Romans 3-8, 1 Cor. 1:18-24; 2:1-2; 15:1-4; Gal. 3:1; Phil. 2:8-9; Col. 2:12-14; 1 Peter 1:3, 18-21; 3:18). Luke reports that Paul and Silas at least prayed and sang hymns and the prisoners listened (v. Acts 16:25). The point is, the jailer most certainly heard more than "Jesus saves." But since the immediate context doesn't tell us all that the jailer heard, the broader context of Paul's pattern of preaching the gospel suggests it. The jailer would have probably heard about who Jesus is, what He did about man's lack of righteousness, that He rose again, and that He promised eternal life to anyone who believes. He heard enough to know that he needed eternal salvation. Evidently, what the jailer did not hear or did not understand is what he had to do. After all, his question was not about the person or work of Jesus Christ, but about what he must now do to obtain salvation.
Misunderstanding #3: It is a demand to submit to Jesus Christ as Master of one's life. Those who teach this error argue that Paul is telling the jailer to "believe on" (by which they mean submit to) "the Lord Jesus Christ" (by which they mean Jesus as Lord, or the Master of one's life). There are many problems with this interpretation. First, to believe (pisteuo) does not mean to submit. It means to be persuaded or convinced that something is true and trustworthy. Also, to "believe on" (or "in," eis) has the same saving efficacy as "believe that" or to simply believe God's testimony about Jesus (e. g., John 5:24; 8:24; 11:42 with 45; 14:11 with 12; 20:31; Acts 16:34; Rom. 4:3; Titus 3:8; 1 John 5:1, 5). To believe on may emphasize the person of Jesus Christ, but it is not a special way to express submission to him. This leads to another problem: assuming that Paul's use of "Lord" is also a demand for submission. Paul was using the common title "Lord" (Kyrios) that often identifies who Jesus is (though sometimes is not used: e. g., Acts 8:5, 35; 9:20; 13:38). It is both a title of respect and a reference to His deity. The very same term in plural form is used in verse 30 when the jailer addresses Paul and Silas as "sirs" (plural kyrioi). When used with Jesus, Kyrios denotes not only respect but recognition of His deity (note v. 34, "having believed in God"). There are many aspects of deity besides Master (e. g., King, Creator, Protector, Provider, High Priest), so it is arbitrary to insist that Paul was telling the jailer to submit to Jesus Christ as Master of all of his life. If we demand that the jailer relate to Jesus as Master because of the title Lord, then we should also demand he relate to the other terms Jesus and Christ. Since Jesus is His human name and Christ speaks of His role as the One Chosen by God to bring salvation, the Jewish Messiah, then we should insist that the jailer also comprehend and submit to the implications of Jesus' humanity and Jewish messianic theology. But Paul does not demand or expect such theological sophistication from a pagan Gentile soldier. Paul was using "Lord" respectfully and objectively for Jesus' position, not subjectively as a personal demand for submission. For example, an American may refer to the Commander-in-chief of the United States as "the President" or even "my President," but not submit to any or every aspect of his authority. The jailer's submission to Jesus as his Master should be an immediate logical and/or emotional response to God's saving grace depending on what he knew about Jesus' commands and desires for his life. The question we must ask is how would a pagan Roman soldier know what is involved in submitting to Jesus as Master of all of his life and could he have learned all that with his single interaction with Paul and Silas? As an unbeliever, he was dead in sin, therefore his request was for eternal salvation. At that moment we would not expect him to respond to God's free gift of grace by submitting his life, for he had not yet experienced that grace, and grace by its very nature cannot be earned by one's submission anyway.