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Challenges

 

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CHALLENGES are a necessity in our journey through life. The components of a Challenge are in five parts: UPS, DOWNS, TRIALS, TESTS, and TRIBULATIONS. The sum total of these components means "a Challenge". And whether one likes it or not, one has to go through these components in the course of one's time on this earth. Being born is a favour from God.  But the same God does not ask anyone of us to compensate Him for the favour or blessing bestowed upon us. All that God requires of us is "Let His Will manifest in our lives because He is the Author and Finisher of our Faith".

The One who created us in the womb of a female made it quite clear that every living being shall be required to pass all the UPS, all the DOWNS, all the TRIALS and all the TRIBULATIONS before he or she returns to the womb of the earth. 

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In the REVELATION OF SAINT JOHN THE DIVINE at Chapter 2 verse 7, the Scriptures says: "He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the Churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life; which is in the middle of the paradise of God"

What does it all mean?  Let us go back to THE FIRST BOOK OF MOSES CALLED GENESIS at Chapter 2 verse 9: "And out of the ground made the LORD GOD to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil."

Now's the moment that Biblical scholars, researchers, teachers and plain Christians are invited aboard. I am ready, able and willing to explain the aforementioned passages from the Scriptures from the perspective of an Orthodox Theologian.

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The tags that are unique to templates in CMS Made Simple are described on the page (see menu to the left). Click on any link beneath that page in the menu to the left to see what the default templates look like.

Changing the style of Default Templates

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Menus/navigation

Two kinds of navigation are used in these templates. For each there is a menu template in the Menu Manager. CSSMenu is a dropdown menu using only CSS. Well, for Internet Explorer 6 some JavaScript has to be used... Two of the page templates are using CSSMenu for navigation, one with the menu horizontally at the top and the other with the menu vertically to the left.

The other navigation type is what we call Simple Navigation. That is just an unordered list that gets its style and appearance from the style sheets (CSS). Also here one page template is using a horizontal simple navigation and the other a vertical menu.

The menu tag in each template is used like this: {menu template='cssmenu'}, where the cssmenu is the name of the Menu Manager template, if you make a custom menu template you don't need to use the on the end. More parameters can be used, for example to start a menu from the second level, collapse the children pages until the parent is clicked etc. Read more about that in the Menu Manager Help in the Admin Panel.