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Idols

Anything that takes the place of God in one's life. Worshiping these is idolatry; materialism

Individuality

God made each of us unique and with a special purpose. (See also peer pressure, worthiness)

Influence

Being positively or negatively affected, shaped or tempted by something or someone (See also peer pressure)

Iniquity

Anything that breaks God's laws or commands (See also sin)

Integrity

Having a reputation for doing what is right (See also character, honesty)

Isaac

Promised son of Abraham, and father to Jacob and Esau.

Jacob

Son of Isaac and brother of Esau; father of twelve sons, among them Joseph; later known as Israel.

James

Son of Zebedee; an apostle of Jesus. Also, the brother of Jesus; writer of the book of James in the New Testament

Jealousy

Unhappiness because of what someone else has. Wanting what isn't yours (See also envy)

Jesus

The Son of God, the Christ, our Lord and Savior

Job

Job feared God and shunned evil. Satan requested to test Job's faith by afflicting him with many sorrows.

John the Baptist

A messenger who prepared the way for the Messiah.

Jonah

Prophet of Israel who at first resisted God's command to preach to Nineveh.

Joseph

One of the twelve sons of Jacob, sold into slavery by his jealous brothers. Also, Joseph, husband of Mary.

Joshua

Leader of the Israelites during their settlement of the promised land

Joy

Contentment from God even when faced with hardships difficulties (See also happiness)

Judging

Being judgmental by putting down the faults of someone else (See also acceptance)

Judgment of God

God's punishment or wrath for doing wrong; God's justice (See also wrath)

Justice

Fairness, receiving what is deserved (See also fairness, mercy, God's Judgment)

Justification

The act of God whereby humankind is made or accounted just, or free from guilt or penalty of sin.