Khóa học dành cho sinh viên chưa đạt ngưỡng AV của Khoa Y.
blah balh balh ...Because of the scepticism surrounding science in parts of the country, Vietnamese philosophies for life generally rely on emotions or the words of their forefathers. For example, in their twelve-year lunar calendar many of the years are considered incompatible, meaning a traditional Vietnamese man could not marry a woman born in the wrong year because it would break the family ties with his parents and relatives. Duck foetus eggs are also meant to bring good luck; but eating them in odd numbers will reverse the process and send the bad luck tumbling back!
Đây ;à lớp ENGLISH FOR PBL DISCUSSION dành cho SV có trình độ tiếng ANh từ 4.5 IELTS trở lên.
The above verse, which states that FAITH is the victory, is a well-known verse. But the way in which we often interpret it tends to skew the meaning. Most of us think that we are being told that if we have enough faith we will press through to the victory. In short, we think that it is faith that carries us into any victory.
But wait. Read this verse carefully. It really does not say that our faith carries us into any victory. Rather, this verse states that faith IS the victory. Do you see that? It is not an insignificant distinction. Faith itself – the reality of faith in us – THAT IS THE VICTORY. Anything else that comes about because of this faith is not the victory, but the faith itself IS the victory.
God is here telling us that if faith is established in us that this faith IS the victory. It is our victory, yes, but really, it is GOD’S victory – in us. The faith itself IS the victory. The faith isn’t UNTO the victory. The faith IS the victory. In other words, the existence of faith in us is evidence of His victory in us. The two are as one, for the verse says, "This is the victory….our faith."