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Biblical Enneagram Types: SIXES

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According to some Enneagram teachers, there are probably more Sixes than any other Type. The world needs Sixes, also called Loyalists, to ensure that the community is preserved and that we're prepared when disaster strikes.

Trust is a big issue for Sixes. If you have earned their trust - as a leader, friend, or spouse - then they will be with you through thick and thin. They won't jump ship. But Sixes can also be some of the more skeptical people in your life. Often Sixes find themselves playing "Devil's Advocate" - asking probing or even accusatory questions. They aren't purposefully trying to be obnoxious or derail the whole system. They just want to know that those in charge have everything under control and have planned for anything that can and will go wrong.
Sixes are worst-case-scenario thinkers. They live in the world of "mights", "coulds", and hypotheticals. If there ever is a real disaster or problem, you want a Six around becau…

Holy Land Saga, pt. 2

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Day 2: Mon 11/17/08Bethsaida:This was the home town of Peter, Andrew, James, and John. It was a small fishing town off the coast of the Sea of Galilee with a population less than 800. I say “was” because Bethsaida is one of the three cities in which Jesus preached that is no longer a city. Bethsaida, Capernaum, and Korazin are the three towns that Jesus actually prophecies against because of their unbelief, and none of those three towns are functioning cities today.One of the coolest parts about the site is the location. From the hill upon which the town was located you can see the Mount of the Beatitudes, the Mt. of Tiberius, Capernaum, and most of the rest of the Sea. I would like to have seen it in the days of Jesus.Sea of Galilee:After seeing Bethsaida, we went down to the Sea of Galilee and were able to take a boat out onto the water. The feeling of being out on the very Sea that played such an important role in the ministry of Jesus was incredible. Words cannot accurately descri…