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04-15-2021, 12:14 AM
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Posted by: The Professor
04-08-2021, 02:04 PM
Forum: Civil Service Review
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God’s plan for human salvation is communicated throughout everything of Scripture. The Romans Road to salvation may be a collection of verses from the New Testament book of Romans that concisely explain God’s salvation plan. Because this collection is human assembled, not a politician Biblical arrangement, some collections may include more or fewer verses than others. For the most part, the Romans Road consists of essentially four parts.

1. The Human Problem (Romans 3:10, Romans 3:23, and Romans 6:23)

The first a part of the Romans Road confirms the state of each human as sinful and therefore the state of God as holy.

“As it's written: “There is not any one righteous, not even one;” (Romans 3:10)
“For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God,” (Romans 3:23)
After establishing that “all have sinned,” the primary half Romans 6:23 explains the depth of this problem and its consequences.
“For the wages of sin is death…” (Romans 6:23a)

However, the last half of the verse hints at the hope sinners have for salvation through Jesus.

“…but the gift of God is life eternal in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 6:23b)

2. Humanity’s Hope in Christ (Romans 5:8)

The second a part of the Romans Road further explains the hope we've within the love of God expressed through Christ.

“But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” (Romans 5:8)

3. The Sinner’s Response (Romans 10:9-10 and Romans 10:13)

Once we understand our need for a savior and recognize that Jesus is that savior, we will respond by moving along to the third a part of the Romans Road, calling bent Jesus.

“If you declare together with your mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe your heart that God raised him from the dead, you'll be saved. For it's together with your heart that you simply believe and are justified, and it's together with your mouth that you simply profess your faith and are saved.” (Romans 10:9-10)

This response is feasible for everybody . Romans 10:13 expresses God’s ability to save lots of everyone. (His intention to save lots of most are further expressed in John 3:16-17)
“For, ‘Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord are going to be saved.’” (Romans 10:13)

4. The results of Salvation (Romans 5:1-2 and Romans 8:1)

The one-fourth of the Romans Road mentions two results (peace and justification) after a sinner decides to declare and believe their heart that Jesus is Lord. Romans 5:1-2 explains that through faith in Jesus , sinners can enjoy peace with God, not separated from holy God by sin.

“Therefore, since we've been justified through faith, we've peace with God through our Lord Jesus , through whom we've gained access by faith into this grace during which we now stand.” (Romans 5:1-2)

Romans 8:1 rejoices within the results of salvation. Before faith in Christ, all who have sinned were condemned by their sin and destined for death. But now with faith in Christ, “there is not any condemnation” (Romans 8:1) and believers are gifted life eternal with God (Romans 6:23).

“Therefore, there's now no condemnation for those that are in Christ Jesus,” (Romans 8:1)


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Posted by: The Professor
04-08-2021, 02:01 PM
Forum: Civil Service Review
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God’s plan for human salvation is communicated throughout everything of Scripture. The Romans Road to salvation may be a collection of verses from the New Testament book of Romans that concisely explain God’s salvation plan. Because this collection is human assembled, not a politician Biblical arrangement, some collections may include more or fewer verses than others. For the most part, the Romans Road consists of essentially four parts.

1. The Human Problem (Romans 3:10, Romans 3:23, and Romans 6:23)

The first a part of the Romans Road confirms the state of each human as sinful and therefore the state of God as holy.

“As it's written: “There is not any one righteous, not even one;” (Romans 3:10)
“For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God,” (Romans 3:23)
After establishing that “all have sinned,” the primary half Romans 6:23 explains the depth of this problem and its consequences.
“For the wages of sin is death…” (Romans 6:23a)

However, the last half of the verse hints at the hope sinners have for salvation through Jesus.

“…but the gift of God is life eternal in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 6:23b)

2. Humanity’s Hope in Christ (Romans 5:8)

The second a part of the Romans Road further explains the hope we've within the love of God expressed through Christ.

“But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” (Romans 5:8)

3. The Sinner’s Response (Romans 10:9-10 and Romans 10:13)

Once we understand our need for a savior and recognize that Jesus is that savior, we will respond by moving along to the third a part of the Romans Road, calling bent Jesus.

“If you declare together with your mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe your heart that God raised him from the dead, you'll be saved. For it's together with your heart that you simply believe and are justified, and it's together with your mouth that you simply profess your faith and are saved.” (Romans 10:9-10)

This response is feasible for everybody . Romans 10:13 expresses God’s ability to save lots of everyone. (His intention to save lots of most are further expressed in John 3:16-17)
“For, ‘Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord are going to be saved.’” (Romans 10:13)

4. The results of Salvation (Romans 5:1-2 and Romans 8:1)

The one-fourth of the Romans Road mentions two results (peace and justification) after a sinner decides to declare and believe their heart that Jesus is Lord. Romans 5:1-2 explains that through faith in Jesus , sinners can enjoy peace with God, not separated from holy God by sin.

“Therefore, since we've been justified through faith, we've peace with God through our Lord Jesus , through whom we've gained access by faith into this grace during which we now stand.” (Romans 5:1-2)

Romans 8:1 rejoices within the results of salvation. Before faith in Christ, all who have sinned were condemned by their sin and destined for death. But now with faith in Christ, “there is not any condemnation” (Romans 8:1) and believers are gifted life eternal with God (Romans 6:23).

“Therefore, there's now no condemnation for those that are in Christ Jesus,” (Romans 8:1)


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Posted by: The Professor
04-08-2021, 01:58 PM
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God’s plan for human salvation is communicated throughout everything of Scripture. The Romans Road to salvation may be a collection of verses from the New Testament book of Romans that concisely explain God’s salvation plan. Because this collection is human assembled, not a politician Biblical arrangement, some collections may include more or fewer verses than others. For the most part, the Romans Road consists of essentially four parts.

1. The Human Problem (Romans 3:10, Romans 3:23, and Romans 6:23)

The first a part of the Romans Road confirms the state of each human as sinful and therefore the state of God as holy.

“As it's written: “There is not any one righteous, not even one;” (Romans 3:10)
“For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God,” (Romans 3:23)
After establishing that “all have sinned,” the primary half Romans 6:23 explains the depth of this problem and its consequences.
“For the wages of sin is death…” (Romans 6:23a)

However, the last half of the verse hints at the hope sinners have for salvation through Jesus.

“…but the gift of God is life eternal in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 6:23b)

2. Humanity’s Hope in Christ (Romans 5:8)

The second a part of the Romans Road further explains the hope we've within the love of God expressed through Christ.

“But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” (Romans 5:8)

3. The Sinner’s Response (Romans 10:9-10 and Romans 10:13)

Once we understand our need for a savior and recognize that Jesus is that savior, we will respond by moving along to the third a part of the Romans Road, calling bent Jesus.

“If you declare together with your mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe your heart that God raised him from the dead, you'll be saved. For it's together with your heart that you simply believe and are justified, and it's together with your mouth that you simply profess your faith and are saved.” (Romans 10:9-10)

This response is feasible for everybody . Romans 10:13 expresses God’s ability to save lots of everyone. (His intention to save lots of most are further expressed in John 3:16-17)
“For, ‘Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord are going to be saved.’” (Romans 10:13)

4. The results of Salvation (Romans 5:1-2 and Romans 8:1)

The one-fourth of the Romans Road mentions two results (peace and justification) after a sinner decides to declare and believe their heart that Jesus is Lord. Romans 5:1-2 explains that through faith in Jesus , sinners can enjoy peace with God, not separated from holy God by sin.

“Therefore, since we've been justified through faith, we've peace with God through our Lord Jesus , through whom we've gained access by faith into this grace during which we now stand.” (Romans 5:1-2)

Romans 8:1 rejoices within the results of salvation. Before faith in Christ, all who have sinned were condemned by their sin and destined for death. But now with faith in Christ, “there is not any condemnation” (Romans 8:1) and believers are gifted life eternal with God (Romans 6:23).

“Therefore, there's now no condemnation for those that are in Christ Jesus,” (Romans 8:1)


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Posted by: The Professor
04-08-2021, 01:55 PM
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God’s plan for human salvation is communicated throughout everything of Scripture. The Romans Road to salvation may be a collection of verses from the New Testament book of Romans that concisely explain God’s salvation plan. Because this collection is human assembled, not a politician Biblical arrangement, some collections may include more or fewer verses than others. For the most part, the Romans Road consists of essentially four parts.

1. The Human Problem (Romans 3:10, Romans 3:23, and Romans 6:23)

The first a part of the Romans Road confirms the state of each human as sinful and therefore the state of God as holy.

“As it's written: “There is not any one righteous, not even one;” (Romans 3:10)
“For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God,” (Romans 3:23)
After establishing that “all have sinned,” the primary half Romans 6:23 explains the depth of this problem and its consequences.
“For the wages of sin is death…” (Romans 6:23a)

However, the last half of the verse hints at the hope sinners have for salvation through Jesus.

“…but the gift of God is life eternal in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 6:23b)

2. Humanity’s Hope in Christ (Romans 5:8)

The second a part of the Romans Road further explains the hope we've within the love of God expressed through Christ.

“But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” (Romans 5:8)

3. The Sinner’s Response (Romans 10:9-10 and Romans 10:13)

Once we understand our need for a savior and recognize that Jesus is that savior, we will respond by moving along to the third a part of the Romans Road, calling bent Jesus.

“If you declare together with your mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe your heart that God raised him from the dead, you'll be saved. For it's together with your heart that you simply believe and are justified, and it's together with your mouth that you simply profess your faith and are saved.” (Romans 10:9-10)

This response is feasible for everybody . Romans 10:13 expresses God’s ability to save lots of everyone. (His intention to save lots of most are further expressed in John 3:16-17)
“For, ‘Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord are going to be saved.’” (Romans 10:13)

4. The results of Salvation (Romans 5:1-2 and Romans 8:1)

The one-fourth of the Romans Road mentions two results (peace and justification) after a sinner decides to declare and believe their heart that Jesus is Lord. Romans 5:1-2 explains that through faith in Jesus , sinners can enjoy peace with God, not separated from holy God by sin.

“Therefore, since we've been justified through faith, we've peace with God through our Lord Jesus , through whom we've gained access by faith into this grace during which we now stand.” (Romans 5:1-2)

Romans 8:1 rejoices within the results of salvation. Before faith in Christ, all who have sinned were condemned by their sin and destined for death. But now with faith in Christ, “there is not any condemnation” (Romans 8:1) and believers are gifted life eternal with God (Romans 6:23).

“Therefore, there's now no condemnation for those that are in Christ Jesus,” (Romans 8:1)


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Posted by: The Professor
04-08-2021, 01:50 PM
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God’s plan for human salvation is communicated throughout everything of Scripture. The Romans Road to salvation may be a collection of verses from the New Testament book of Romans that concisely explain God’s salvation plan. Because this collection is human assembled, not a politician Biblical arrangement, some collections may include more or fewer verses than others. For the most part, the Romans Road consists of essentially four parts.

1. The Human Problem (Romans 3:10, Romans 3:23, and Romans 6:23)

The first a part of the Romans Road confirms the state of each human as sinful and therefore the state of God as holy.

“As it's written: “There is not any one righteous, not even one;” (Romans 3:10)
“For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God,” (Romans 3:23)
After establishing that “all have sinned,” the primary half Romans 6:23 explains the depth of this problem and its consequences.
“For the wages of sin is death…” (Romans 6:23a)

However, the last half of the verse hints at the hope sinners have for salvation through Jesus.

“…but the gift of God is life eternal in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 6:23b)

2. Humanity’s Hope in Christ (Romans 5:8)

The second a part of the Romans Road further explains the hope we've within the love of God expressed through Christ.

“But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” (Romans 5:8)

3. The Sinner’s Response (Romans 10:9-10 and Romans 10:13)

Once we understand our need for a savior and recognize that Jesus is that savior, we will respond by moving along to the third a part of the Romans Road, calling bent Jesus.

“If you declare together with your mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe your heart that God raised him from the dead, you'll be saved. For it's together with your heart that you simply believe and are justified, and it's together with your mouth that you simply profess your faith and are saved.” (Romans 10:9-10)

This response is feasible for everybody . Romans 10:13 expresses God’s ability to save lots of everyone. (His intention to save lots of most are further expressed in John 3:16-17)
“For, ‘Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord are going to be saved.’” (Romans 10:13)

4. The results of Salvation (Romans 5:1-2 and Romans 8:1)

The one-fourth of the Romans Road mentions two results (peace and justification) after a sinner decides to declare and believe their heart that Jesus is Lord. Romans 5:1-2 explains that through faith in Jesus , sinners can enjoy peace with God, not separated from holy God by sin.

“Therefore, since we've been justified through faith, we've peace with God through our Lord Jesus , through whom we've gained access by faith into this grace during which we now stand.” (Romans 5:1-2)

Romans 8:1 rejoices within the results of salvation. Before faith in Christ, all who have sinned were condemned by their sin and destined for death. But now with faith in Christ, “there is not any condemnation” (Romans 8:1) and believers are gifted life eternal with God (Romans 6:23).

“Therefore, there's now no condemnation for those that are in Christ Jesus,” (Romans 8:1)


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04-07-2021, 12:26 PM
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Philippians 3:13-14  — Repeating An Exam? God Has Your Back This Time

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04-07-2021, 12:01 PM
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Psalm 118:6-9  — If God Stands With You During Your Exams, The Devil Will Hide In Shame

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The Lord is with me; I will not be afraid.
    What can mere mortals do to me?
The Lord is with me; he is my helper.
    I look in triumph on my enemies.

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It is better to take refuge in the Lord
    than to trust in humans.
It is better to take refuge in the Lord
    than to trust in princes
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04-07-2021, 11:14 AM
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Isaiah 40:28-29 — Don’t Get Tired Of Studying; God Will Give You Strength
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He will not grow tired or weary,
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He gives strength to the weary
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04-07-2021, 10:35 AM
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How TO Study for Boards: 10 Ways to Prepare for Your Board Exam
Now that we’ve told you some mistakes to avoid when studying for the boards, here are some tips and strategies that are sure to help you conquer this milestone and hopefully ease your anxiety along the way.

1. Discover your learning style
The methods others use won’t necessarily be as effective for you — including those used by members of your study group. Are you a visual or an auditory learner? Finding out which style works best for you is something to consider in the early stages of preparing for board exams. If you are a visual learner, try videos (like NEJM Quick Take). If you are an auditory learner, record lectures and play them back. Adaptive learning works especially well for those looking for a dynamic experience that is based on learning theory and science.

2. Plan to put in the time
As we mentioned above, mastering the material you need to know for the boards will take some time — perhaps more than you bargained for. Between all of your obligations, it can be hard enough to find the time to get enough sleep, let alone put it in an hour or two of studying every night leading up to the board exam. Before registering for your exam, do your best to allocate study hours over a larger period of time. Check out this article for ways to fit studying into your schedule. It’s best to plan months, or even a year in advance. The last thing you want to do is resort to cramming.

In a study done by Nate Kornell, spaced repetition of the material you’re learning proved to be more effective than cramming by 20%. Implementing spacing allows you to retain more information than cramming with a higher recall rate.

Bonus tip: Try studying during your morning and evening commutes. All of that time adds up!

3. Start a study group
Preparing for board exams with your friends is a great way to help address each other’s weaknesses. You may have one area completely covered to the point where you can be the teacher in that group, yet struggle immensely in another area. Try to have everyone agree on a set time to meet. Your discussions will go a long way.

Speaking of discussions, be sure to check out one of the NEJM Resident 360 discussions, like How to Ace Your Next Standardized Exam. See all of the advice residents and experts gave!

4. Avoid burnout
The last thing you want is to be burned out studying. It can be extremely beneficial to take study breaks. Research suggests that doing something you enjoy the day before the exam has a more positive effect than continuing to study up to the last minute.

5. Exercise during your breaks
According to this study reviewed by Harvard Health, those who exercise with moderate intensity 30 minutes per day, every day, have improved memory and concentration. If you feel as though you’re in a fog, start exercising regularly. You may even find, like Dr. Monique Tello, that you can review your board exam materials at the gym!

6. Take advantage of mobile resources to study for boards
There are numerous apps that can give you the tools to create your own flash cards and exams. This study shows that students who use online studying tools have higher test scores than students who don’t. Reviewing board exam flash cards (or fill-in-the-blank questions like those in NEJM Knowledge+) on the bus is a lot easier than trying to search through a textbook for a specific review section.

7. Find a better study environment
Study somewhere that is free from as many distractions as possible. If you’re reviewing notes — or better yet, testing yourself — in front of a TV, chances are you won’t be very productive. Find a quiet corner in your local library that you can rely on for a focused study session.

8. Prioritize challenging subjects
As we noted above, it’s tempting to procrastinate on the harder subjects — but you don’t want to be caught without enough time to master them. Do you know what you know and what you don’t know? Knowing which subjects present the biggest challenge to you allows you to decide how much time you’ll dedicate to them versus reviewing what you’re more comfortable with.

9. Get enough sleep!
This study published in Nature shows that irregular sleep directly affects academic performance. Aim for at least 7 hours of uninterrupted sleep.

10. Test yourself
Testing yourself may just be the best way to study for boards — as we’ve noted, studying by reading over your materials and not testing yourself may be the biggest mistake you can make in preparing for your exam exam. One effective method of assessing your knowledge is to use practice exams, which simulate the timed environment of the actual board exam you’re taking.

The reason taking practice tests help is that they reinforce your knowledge by asking your brain to struggle with recalling the answers and practice tests can prevent the effects of stress on memory. According to this study by Smith et al., when participants’ studied using practice tests, they experienced fewer of the typical negative effects of stress — such as forgetting the answers.

Being prepared for test day means knowing what it feels like to take the exam under pressure. For example, NEJM Knowledge+ contains two 60-question practice exams that simulate the actual timed exam. Questions in the practice exams align with the exam blueprint. Adding this layer of realism to your prep can increase your confidence and help you be more confident on exam day.

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