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Reconciliation
This means saying sorry and making up after an argument. It involves forgiving a person for what they have done.
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Chastity
This means not having sex until you're married. Many religions teach that sex belongs in marriage and that it is important to remain sexually pure for marriage.
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Conflict
This means disagreement and quarrels that take place within a relationship. For example, financial difficulties or alcohol problems could lead to a breakdown in a married couple's relationship.
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Commitment
This means being devoted and dedicated to someone. For example, married couples show their commitment to one another by being faithful and not having an affair.
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Love
This means having deep affection for someone, which is shown in different ways. For religious believer, it means that there is commitment in a relationship.
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Responsibilities
These are things you are expected to do. For example, parents have a duty to look after their children.
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God
God is the ultimate being or supreme power. By this, Christians mean that he is the creator and sustainer of the world who is given worship.
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Symbolism
It is something that points to or explains something else. For Christian believers it could be a sigh with a particular meaning, for example, the cross.
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Revelation
Something shown or explained that was previously hidden. Religious believers use the word for the ways in which God reveals himself to people, for example sacred texts.
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Awe
It means completely overwhelmed by a sense of God's presence. For religious believers, it could be a sense of wonder in relation to God's creation.
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Community
A community is a group of people with something in common. For Christians, for example, it could refer to the fellowship of people who pray and worship together I.e the church.
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Afterlife
This is the belief human existence continues after death. Many religions have beliefs in heaven where the soul go when the body dies.
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Creation
Making something deliberately for a purpose. Most religions teach that Gid made the world for a purpose.
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Dominion
Being in charge of the world for God. Some religions teach that God gave had and a responsibility to manage the world on his behalf.
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Environment
The natural world all about us: plants, insects, animals and humans. Most religions believe that God created the world and everything in it.
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Humanity
Caring for other human beings. Most religions teach that it is expected that human beings will care for each other, and show kindness to others.
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Soul
The part of humans that lives on after the body has died. Some religions teach that there is a spiritual side of life that lives on Beyoncé physical death.
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Stewardship
To look after and care for the world. Most religions teach that humans gave a God-given responsibility to look after the world.
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This means not having sex until you're married. Many religions teach that sex belongs in marriage and that it is important to remain sexually pure for marriage.

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Chastity

Card 3

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This means disagreement and quarrels that take place within a relationship. For example, financial difficulties or alcohol problems could lead to a breakdown in a married couple's relationship.

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This means being devoted and dedicated to someone. For example, married couples show their commitment to one another by being faithful and not having an affair.

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Card 5

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This means having deep affection for someone, which is shown in different ways. For religious believer, it means that there is commitment in a relationship.

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