Presentación del tema: "~MEDITATION~ Isaiah 26:2-4 ESV Isaias 26:2-4 ESV 2 Abra las puertas, que la nación justa que mantiene la fe puede ingresar en el. 3 Usted lo mantienen."— Transcripción de la presentación:
~MEDITATION~ Isaiah 26:2-4 ESV Isaias 26:2-4 ESV 2 Abra las puertas, que la nación justa que mantiene la fe puede ingresar en el. 3 Usted lo mantienen en perfecta paz cuya mente se detiene porque él confía en ti. 4 Confiad en Jehová para siempre, porque el Señor Dios es una roca eterna. 2 Open the gates, that the righteous nation that keeps faith may enter in. 3 You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you. 4 Trust in the L ORD forever, for the L ORD G OD is an everlasting rock.
1 Corinthians 11:28-29 (ESV) 28 Let a person examine himself, then, and so eat of the bread and drink of the cup. 29 For anyone who eats and drinks without discerning the body eats and drinks judgment on himself. 1 Corintios 11:28-29 (NVI) 28 Así que cada uno debe examinarse a sí mismo antes de comer el pan y beber de la copa. 29 Porque el que come y bebe sin discernir el cuerpo, come y bebe su propia condena.
Luke 13:4-5 (ESV) 4 Or those eighteen on whom the tower in Siloam fell and killed them: do you think that they were worse offenders than all the others who lived in Jerusalem? 5 No, I tell you; but unless you repent, you will all likewise perish.” Lucas 13:4-5 (NVI) 4 ¿O piensan que aquellos dieciocho que fueron aplastados por la torre de Siloé eran más culpables que todos los demás habitantes de Jerusalén? 5 ¡Les digo que no! De la misma manera, todos ustedes perecerán, a menos que se arrepientan.»
Pastor Kent Hughes Dr. David Wells Kent Hughes: “The church has become for many just a Christianized version of modern culture where leadership is built on the cult of personality, where image is everything, where worship is show time, where preaching is entertainment, where the Word of God is muzzled and the pulpit panders to itching ears.” David Wells: “The fundamental problem in the evangelical world today is that God rests too inconsequently upon the church. His truth is too distant, his grace is too ordinary, his judgment is too benign, his gospel is too easy, and his Christ is too common.”
Jeremiah 1:10 (ESV) 10 See, I have set you this day over nations and over kingdoms, to pluck up and to break down, to destroy and to overthrow, to build and to plant. Jeremías 1:10 (NVI) 10 Mira, hoy te doy autoridad sobre naciones y reinos, para arrancar y derribar, para destruir y demoler, para construir y plantar.
Augustine’s Prayer Augustine’s Prayer Confessions, translated by Henry Chadwick, pp. 202-206) “My entire hope is exclusively in your very great mercy. Grant what you command and command what you will….He loves you less who together with you loves something which he does not love for your sake. O love, you ever burn and never extinguish. O charity, my God, set me on fire…grant what you command, and command, what you will….But remember, Lord ‘that we are but dust’ (Ps. 102:14)….Paul had no power in himself because he was of the same dust as we, but he said these words [Phil 4:11-12] under the breath of your inspiration and I love him for it….Strengthen me that I may have this power. Grant what you command, and command what you will…it is by your gift that your command is kept.”