🗺️ My Life Intents: My Worldview

A worldview is the lens through which I see the world and how I choose to interact with the world. Everyone has a worldview, although, many people do not realize they do because they haven't taken the time to write it down. Writing down a worldview is important because a written statement about how you see the world becomes real to you and will (should) help to drive you toward accomplishing your goals.

Who is responsible for the universe?

The questions of, “Who is responsible for the universe?” as well as the question, “Who created the universe?” I believe are one and the same. Therefore, my response is to answer both at the same time. I have made the more scientific reasoning of my arguments and of how and why I have concluded the following in an article I am calling: Fear, Faith, and Fact.

I believe that the Triune God (Trinity of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit), whose name is “The Lord”, is the Cause, the Creator, and the Effector of the infinite universe that we do not know, as well as the parts of the infinite universe that we do know. I, also, believe that the Holy Bible was and is the inspired, immutable, and intelligent Word of God:

The Bible, then, is not only the most important Book of all time, it is perhaps the most reliable Book as well. Evidence has been gathered to support the Bible's Narrative throughout history. All the Science's either corroborate or provide no real contention and viable alternative of the most fundamental and foundational aspects of the Bible's claims. This is not to be misunderstood that there are no real questions about the Bible, on the contrary there are many, many questions. However, I argue that many of these questions do not contribute empirically to proving the Bible false, but instead rely on the Bible to ask the questions. Thus, if a person were to base their life on the questions of the Word of God, they would be in much more peril; than if they were to base their life on what we know to be true of the Bible. We should never stop asking questions about anything, and least of all the Bible! However, the questions that do exist do not provide enough support for me to doubt the overall truth, reason, and historicity of the Book itself. Aside from these reasons, the most important reason of all and the only reason that matters to my destiny, is that a certain love has been ignited in my heart for God and others. A Book that can change the heart, soul, mind, and physical condition of my destiny is bound to be full of mystery, evidence, and wisdom.

The Bible provides for a life of meaning, purpose, fulfillment, and even happiness in this current life—no waiting required. If the Bible was somehow proven categorically false, with no possible rebuttal, those of us who based our lives on this Book would lose very little and likely nothing. Yet, still likely be much further ahead in life than if we had not based our lives on the Bible.


What is right and wrong?

If God is responsible for the Universe and the Bible is God's written Word, then we can trust its definitions of right and wrong, and truth and lie.

God is Truth. Truth and Right have existed since before the beginning of time (Psalm’s 119:142).

The devil is a liar and the father of all lies (John 8:44). Sin can be defined as:

Is right and wrong opposite of each other?

Right and wrong are not polar opposites, as many have been led to believe. If God is righteous and the devil is wrong (sinful), to say that the devil is the polar opposite of God is to say that the devil is God's equal. God has no equal and no opposite. The devil, however, does have an opposite who is the Archangel Michael (KJV, Revelation 12:7-10). As a created being, the devil was not defective, but demoted from Angelic status to demonic status. Thus, making him chief of the demonic angels who he corrupted before they were cast out of Heaven.

Everything the devil is, is simply an absence and a corruption of everything that God is: Hatred (for example) was not formed from God or the devil, but is the pure absence of God's Love. When the devil was thrown out of Heaven, God demoted the devil and all those that followed him, below the lowest Angelic being. When this happened the devil became hateful, not because it was created, but because all love was lost, and this left something behind which we call hatred.


When did time start, and when will it end?

Many Scientists and other Experts agree that the world is not likely to be more than 10,000 years old. However, this is using the empirical data and sources of information independent of the Bible. The Biblical Narrative timeline, from Genesis to Revelation, may place the world as young as 6,000–7,000 years old.

Where did we come from, and where are we going?

God created the Heavens, the Earth, and Humans within six days and rested on the seventh day. God made 'Adam' (literally translated as 'human' or the 'first human': Reference: The Explanation) and shortly thereafter, God made 'Eve' (translated as the 'first woman') on the sixth day of Creation.

The Bible tells us that there are two places that humans will undoubtedly spend eternity after their death here on Earth. These places are Heaven and Hell:

Why are we here?

The Bible is clear about our reasons for being on this planet and inhabiting this part of our Solar System:

God created each of us individualistically to equip us for our own unique roles in God's overall Architecture for Humanity. Individualism enhances diversity of thought, pleasures, worship styles, and approaches to outreach. Each individual has a responsibility to unashamedly enhance their life to the best of their ability by developing those natural gifts, skills, and talents that God has bequeathed to them. Moreover, to use every problem as an opportunity for growth and to seek solutions, not victimization.


Ephesians 2:10, states: “For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.”

How do I improve myself, and how do I interact with the world around me?

Everyone starts the improvement of themselves in the same way: to resolve a difficulty, we have to understand that there is one. The Human Condition, as I have come to call it, is a predicament of sin, disease, negativity, and an overall ugly situation that the first humans brought upon themselves by disobeying God's one and only Law. Because of human’s inability to comply with just one rule, much of the Old Testament Bible is spent instructing the Israelite's of how to not disobey God any further. The Old Testament, also, spend a good deal telling the Israelite's of a coming Savior (Jesus) that will bear all the sin of humanity and destroy it by His death and resurrection.

Jesus, in the New Testament (Matthew 22:37-40), gave us two of what He called the Greatest Commandments to remedy the Human Condition problem.

First, is to love the Lord God:

To love God the way He wants us to love Him, we need to follow these simple Salvation steps:

Second, is to love our neighbor as ourselves:

The first Law (above) tells us how to save ourselves and how to repair our relationship with God. The second Law tells us how to tell others about how we got saved and how we now enjoy a new relationship with God and ourselves.

Much like the first Law, we must love our neighbor using the following steps:


Definition: A worldview is the lens in which we see the world and interact with it.

My worldview answers all the following questions:

My worldview prioritizes loving God first, my fellow neighbor (as myself) second, and then to love myself last.


About Me I am a life-long student who happens to be a freelancer, hobbyist writer and coder! I love writing, thinking, and tinkering with anything Open-Source! I am passionate about privacy and security online, and protecting people proactively and reactively online using Open-Source Intelligence! You can contact me via my Proton Mail here: me@jacobpeabody.com

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