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I will pay for the following article Spiritual Autobiography. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. God presented me with the chance to be born and brought up in an ideal Christian home. Together with my siblings, our parents used to take us to church three times a week. We prayed prior to every meal, we had family devotionals, and our parents set a perfect example for us to observe and follow. They constantly taught us about God, and this enabled me to learn about His grace, love, patience, and forgiveness. My mother served as the family’s spiritual head. She continuously reminded us to pray and read the Bible (at times it felt like nagging). We normally had great conversations about faith, and she always explained the reason they cared so much for our spiritual development. Though great full for parents who cared for us, I was not so much interested in my own spiritual development. However, I was still on the journey, and like most journeys, I didn’t traverse alone in this one. I was challenged by a close friend of mine while in high school on a lot of theological issues, and I didn’t know the answers, these questions planted seeds of doubt inside me. I had a belief that doubt was the indication of my loss of faith, directing my back on God. I started becoming troubled and confused, lost in powerful religious ideas and questions, which eventually made me become fade up with Christianity and more curious about other religions. At the time of my freshman year, while I sat to my introduction to the course of Christian Faith, is when I came across a phrase that would eventually become essential to my vocabulary. truth tensions. As I continued having problems with questions and doubts in high school, my mind that was analytically geared, I really needed to obtain a definitive and analytical answer to each and every question. Initially in my mind, every issue was a clean-cut, black or white, either/or response that was knowable by reason. At college, it finally hit me that this was not the case. Human beings have free will, yet God has remained sovereign. Both of these statements were true but they were in tension with each other.