Outlines for reflection essay

For the last few Sundays .. we have been thinking about salvation .. and more particular the assurance of it! And yes .. I'm talking about the Bible doctrine of the Security of the Believer. That once you are saved .. you are saved forever! And that is a wonderful truth taught in the Bible. But just as there is the Security of the Believer .. there is also the Security of the Believer .. there is also the Security of the Unbeliever. That's the doctrine that says that a person can walk an isle .. say a prayer .. get baptized and join the church and…

The introduction of your reflection paper leads the reader into the key points you will discuss in the body of the essay. Talk about your preconceptions of the subject, as well as a brief summary of your initial reaction. For example, if your reflection paper is on a book, discuss what drew you to that particular book, your feelings while reading it, and/or your first impression after you finished. With the final sentence of the introduction, sum up your feelings in a thesis statement that outlines the key points you will discuss in the body paragraphs.



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