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Dag Heward-Mills
Seed Time and Harvest Part 3-Seeds of Disloyalty

Dag Heward-Mills

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 110:02


This Monday's message continues to teach on seed time and harvest time. Bishop Dag will help you to understand why it is important to be mindful of the biblical principle of sowing and reaping when it comes to evil deeds.  Today's teaching will enlighten you on seven evil seeds that one can sow, all found In Psalm 109 and the negative harvests these seeds will sow, found in the same chapter.  After listening you will discover fourteen evil harvests that await anyone who plants evil seeds and you will find out practical ways to avoid falling into these errors. May  today's word to act as a serious warning and deterrent from sowing evil seeds in your Christian walk!

The Illuminated Word
Monday 1/3/22 My God My God Why have your forsaken me? Psalm 22

The Illuminated Word

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 12:00


In Psalm 22 we get a prophetic picture of the crucifixion of Jesus 1000 years before the event.

Eindeloos gelukkig  Podcast - Theo de Koning
166. Ik vertrouw op de HEER - Nieuwjaarsboodschap 2022

Eindeloos gelukkig Podcast - Theo de Koning

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 16:22


Waar vertrouw jij op? Een Israëliet die op weg ging naar Jeruzalem zei: "Mijn hulp is van de HEER" en dat in tegenstelling tot de volken die allemaal vertrouwden op de goden van de bergen. Theo de Koning laat je in deze video zien op welke manier je moed kunt houden voor het nieuwe jaar. In Psalm 121 kijkt een Israëliet terug naar de woestijn, daar was God overdag de schaduw en in de nacht de warmte. Zo is God je bescherming, ook in het nieuwe jaar. Laat deze boodschap bij je binnenkomen, zodat je vol goede moed en vol vertrouwen het nieuwe jaar in kunt. Bijbelgedeelte: Psalm 121 == VIND ONS OP INTERNET == ► Blog 'Tijd met God': http://www.eindeloosgelukkig.nl/tijdmetgod ► Informatie over Theo als spreker/voorganger: http://www.eindeloosgelukkig.nl/theodekoning

TBC Glassboro Sermons and More
The Resolution Of The Godly - Psalm 101

TBC Glassboro Sermons and More

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 19:31


A New Year brings about new resolutions. In fact, the idea of making new years resolution goes back about three thousand years ago to ancient Babylon. A resolution involves making firm decision to commit to do or not to do something. A recent poll revealed the top ten things people resolve to do each new year. They are: 1) Exercise more; 2) Lose weight; 3) Get organized; 4) Learn a new skill or hobby; 5) Live life to the fullest; 6) Save more money / spend less money ; 7) Quit smoking; 8) Spend more time with family and friends; 9) Travel more; 10) Read more. While the Bible does not specifically speak to New Years resolutions, there are a number of Scriptures that challenge believers to make commitments to certain behaviors. Psalm 22:8 — commit yourself to the Lord. Psalm 37:5 — Commit your way to the Lord. Proverbs 16:3 — Commit your works to the Lord. Making a resolution is an act of the will to commit oneself to a certain course of action. In Psalm 101, David resolves to live a blameless life and to surround himself with purity.

秋川バプテスト教会  Akigawa Baptist Church
Psalm 121- Help for the Journey Home

秋川バプテスト教会 Akigawa Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 27:56


In Psalm 121, we meet a traveler who tells the story of God's help as he reaches Jerusalem, his home. His story reminds us of the help that is ours on our journey home too, that sustains us now, and will sustain us until we reach our eternal home.

Long Hill Baptist Church Sermons
Three W's that Glorify God (Psalm 19)

Long Hill Baptist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021


In Psalm 19, we see three things that glorify God: The wonder of His Creation (General Revelation), the words of God (Special Revelation) and the way that David responded to both.

Grace Church Frisco
The Gift Of This Week

Grace Church Frisco

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021


In Psalm 131 Craig Cabaniss looks at the characteristics of a quiet soul.

Hogares De Pacto
Diciembre 23- Vestiduras de Salvación y Júbilo. Salmos 130 al 132

Hogares De Pacto

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 4:59


Notas. Inglés y Español ⬇️December 23: Garments of Salvation and Rejoicing.Psalms 130:3-8: If You, Lord, should mark iniquities, O Lord, who could stand? But there is forgiveness with You, that You may be feared. I wait for the Lord, my soul waits, and in His word I do hope. My soul waits for the Lord more than those who watch for the morning— yes, more than those who watch for the morning. O Israel, hope in the Lord; for with the Lord there is mercy, and with Him is abundant redemption. And He shall redeem IsraelFrom all his iniquities.Psalms 131:1-3: Lord, my heart is not haughty, nor my eyes lofty. Neither do I concern myself with great matters, nor with things too profound for me. Surely I have calmed and quieted my soul, like a weaned child with his mother; like a weaned child is my soul within me. O Israel, hope in the Lord from this time forth and forever.Psalms 132:8-16: Arise, O Lord, to Your resting place, You and the ark of Your strength. Let Your priests be clothed with righteousness, and let Your saints shout for joy. For Your servant David's sake, do not turn away the face of Your Anointed. The Lord has sworn in truth to David; He will not turn from it: “I will set upon your throne the fruit of your body. If your sons will keep My covenant and My testimony which I shall teach them, their sons also shall sit upon your throne forevermore.” For the Lord has chosen Zion; He has desired it for His dwelling place:“This is My resting place forever; here I will dwell, for I have desired it. I will abundantly bless her provision; I will satisfy her poor with bread. I will also clothe her priests with salvation, and her saints shall shout aloud for joy.Continuing with the psalms that were sung on the way to Jerusalem, we find in these psalms that the writer used many examples of everyday actions to demonstrate his dependence and complete trust in the Lord. We already looked at the example of the servant and maid with their lord and mistress in Psalm 123.Now, in Psalm 130, we see the example that, as sentinels who are awake at night and on alert, so was the trust of the psalmist and his longing for the presence and power of God. He knew that if God judged us for our faults, no one would stand; it is better to wait on God, because the Lord looks at us and forgives us.In Psalm 131 the writer also expressed his dependence on the Lord and showed the humble way in which he approaches the Lord. He didn't want to step out of bounds and fail the Lord. He gave the example of a child with his mother: dependent, sensitive; listen to her voice and feel calm and relief when he is heartbroken.Psalm 133 is very special because it describes how God in His love and perfect will chose the descendants of King David to be a dynasty of kings of Israel and not just any dynasty, because God promised that they would be an eternal descendant! Someone who was a descendant of the lineage of the tribe of Judah and of Jesse's son David would always sit on the throne.Therefore, when God came to this world He came through two human beings who were descendants of the tribe of Judah and David: Joseph and Mary. It also highlights the joy God felt when David set out with all his might and with extreme passion to build a temple to the Lord. That is why God promised to greatly bless everyone who enters the temple, that He will anoint His priests with salvation and that all will worship the Lord with joy.Approach the Lord to adore Him, and thus He will cover you with salvation and fill you with joy.Today I have only read a portion of these psalms, so don't forget to read it in its entirety.I am your friend Eduardo Rodríguez. May the Lord hear your prayer and cover you with salvation and joy.I invite you to listen to the song of the group One Voice, entitled "Júbilo y Gozo” from the album: Todos a una Voz.≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈Diciembre 23: Vestiduras de Salvación y Júbilo.Salmos 130:3‭-‬8 RVA2015:Oh SEÑOR, si tienes presente los pecados, ¿quién podrá, oh Señor, mantenerse en pie? Pero en ti hay perdón para que seas reverenciado. Yo espero en el SEÑOR; mi alma espera. En su palabra he puesto mi esperanza. Mi alma espera al SEÑOR más que los centinelas a la mañana; sí, más que los centinelas a la mañana. Oh Israel, pon tu esperanza en el SEÑOR, porque en el SEÑOR hay misericordia y en él hay abundante redención. Él redimirá a Israel de todos sus pecados.Salmos 131:1‭-‬3 RVA2015:Oh SEÑOR, no se ha envanecido mi corazón ni mis ojos se han enaltecido ni he andado en pos de grandezas ni de cosas demasiado sublimes para mí. Más bien, he sosegado y acallado mi alma como un niño destetado al lado de su madre. Como un niño destetado está mi alma dentro de mí. Espera, oh Israel, en el SEÑOR desde ahora y para siempre.Salmos 132:8‭-‬16 RVA2015:Levántate, oh SEÑOR; ven al lugar de tu reposo; tú y el arca de tu poder. Tus sacerdotes sean revestidos de justicia, y tus fieles canten de júbilo. Por causa de tu siervo David, no rechaces el rostro de tu ungido. Con verdad juró el SEÑOR a David, y no se apartará de ello: “Del fruto de tu cuerpo pondré sobre tu trono. Si tus hijos guardan mi pacto y este testimonio que yo les enseño, sus hijos también se sentarán en tu trono para siempre”. Porque el SEÑOR ha elegido a Sion y la ha deseado como morada suya: “Este es mi lugar de reposo para siempre. Aquí habitaré porque lo he deseado. Lo bendeciré con abundante provisión; a sus necesitados saciaré de pan. Asimismo, vestiré de salvación a sus sacerdotes, y sus fieles darán voces de júbilo.Continuando con los salmos que cantaban de camino hacia Jerusalén, encontramos en estos salmos que el escritor usó muchos ejemplos de acciones del diario vivir para demostrar su dependencia y total confianza en el Señor. Ya miramos el ejemplo del criado y criada con su señor y señora en el salmo 123.Ahora, en el salmo 130, vemos el ejemplo de que, como centinelas que están despiertos en la noche y en estado de alerta, así mismo era la confianza del salmista y su anhelo de la presencia y el poder de Dios. Él sabía que si Dios nos juzgara por nuestras faltas, nadie estaría en pie; es mejor esperar en Dios, pues el Señor nos mira y nos perdona.En el salmo 131 el escritor también expresó su dependencia en el Señor y mostró la forma humilde con que se acerca al Señor. Él no quería salirse de sus límites y fallarle al Señor. Él puso el ejemplo de un niño con su madre; dependiente, sensible; escucha la voz de ella y siente calma y alivio cuando está desconsolado.El salmo 133 es muy especial porque describe cómo Dios en su amor y perfecta voluntad escogió a la descendencia del rey David para que sea un dinastía de reyes de Israel y no cualquier dinastía, pues ¡Dios prometió que sería una descendencia eterna! Siempre se sentaría en el trono alguien que fuera descendiente del linaje de la tribu de Judá y del hijo de Isaí, David.Por eso, cuando Dios vino a este mundo vino por medio de dos seres humanos que eran descendientes de la tribu de Judá y de David: José y María. También remarca la alegría que Dios sintió cuando David se propuso con todas sus fuerzas y con extremada pasión por construir un templo al Señor. Por eso Dios prometió bendecir grandemente a todo aquel que entrara al templo, que ungirá de salvación a sus sacerdotes y que todos adorarán al Señor con júbilo.Acércate al Señor para adorarle, y así Él te cubrirá de salvación y te llenará de gozo.Hoy solo he leído una porción de estos salmos, así que no olvides leerlo en su totalidad.Soy tu amigo Eduardo Rodríguez. Que el Señor escuche tu oración y te cubra de salvación y júbilo.Te invito a que escuches la canción del grupo One Voice, titulada "Júbilo y Gozo" del álbum: Todos a una Voz.#HogaresDePacto #KingdomChurch #IglesiaElReino #IPUH #PastorCarlos #CarlosRodriguez #EduardoRodriguez #PoderCaster#salmos #salmo130 #salmo131 #salmo132

Our Daily Bread Podcast | Our Daily Bread

Our bus finally arrived at our much-anticipated destination—an archaeological dig in Israel where we would actually do some excavation work of our own. The site’s director explained that anything we might unearth had been untouched for thousands of years. Digging up broken shards of pottery, we felt as though we were touching history. After an extended time, we were led to a workstation where those broken pieces—from huge vases shattered long, long ago—were being put back together. The picture was crystal clear. Those artisans reconstructing centuries-old broken pottery were a beautiful representation of the God who loves to fix broken things. In Psalm 31:12, David wrote, “I am forgotten as though I were dead; I have become like broken pottery.” Though no occasion is given for the writing of this psalm, David’s life difficulties often found voice in his laments—just like this one. The song describes him as being broken down by danger, enemies, and despair. So, where did he turn for help? In verse 16, David declares, “Let your face shine on your servant; save me in your unfailing love.” The God who was the object of David’s trust is the same God who still fixes broken things today. All He asks is that we call out to Him and trust in His unfailing love.

Choose 2 Think
134: When You Slow Down for a Moment, You'll Find Your Prince of Peace (Psalm 13)

Choose 2 Think

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 28:22


Have you ever felt forgotten by God? Like God is not tending to you and your needs? Maybe you are overwhelmed with sorrow in your soul? There is hope. In Psalm 13 King David concludes with how he will trust in God's lovingkindness, rejoice in his salvation, and ultimately sing. This can be you, too! Let's take a moment to experience the peace that only God can give in all situations we face on this earth. IRON BELL MINISTRIES in Louisville, KY Hidden Christmas by Timothy Keller CHOOSE 2 THINK DEVOTIONAL buy here. CHOOSE 2 THINK: Find Peace, Joy, Hope, Health & Freedom Every Day (a 365 day devotional) Download the book INTRODUCTION here Download your free copy of the The ULTIMATE CHRISTMAS LIST MAKING & SURVIVAL KIT CONNECT WITH VICTORIA: CHOOSE 2 THINK DEVOTIONAL: https://amzn.to/3rG35tI WEBSITE: https://www.choose2think.co (yep, that's .co!) EMAIL: choose2think@gmail.com CHOOSE 2 THINK COACHING: https://www.victoriadwalker.com/coaching.html CHOOSE 2 THINK ACADEMY ONLINE COURSES: https://www.victoriadwalker.com/online-courses.html CHOOSE 2 THINK CHANNEL ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz8Z2B9TtXvWn0RKelVY5DQ?sub_confirmation=1 CHOOSE 2 THINK INSPIRATIONAL PODCAST FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/choose2think PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/Choose2Think/_created/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/victoriadwalker/ *POPULAR T-SHIRTS FOR YOU (on Amazon) Grateful Is My Heartbeat Mis Amigos Are Amazing I Choose Creativity Today Made to Persevere *As an Amazon Associate, I receive small commissions from your purchase PLEASE CONSIDER A SMALL MONTHLY DONATION OF $0.99 TO SPONSOR THIS SHOW! WE WILL LOVE YOU FOR IT! :) Simply click LISTENER'S SUPPORT TAB ON ANCHOR --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/victoria-walker/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/victoria-walker/support

His Vision Ministries Podcast
Episode 388: Wednesday's Nugget - December 15, 2021

His Vision Ministries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 4:26


In Psalm 95 we read where the Psalmist is writing about true/genuine worship. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and Pastor Shane shares in this nugget how we should come to the throne of God with a heart of gratitude as we worship Him.

SolidRock BC
Unite My Heart

SolidRock BC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 44:00


Have you ever felt like your heart was shattered on the floor in a million pieces? Or maybe that your heart was torn in a thousand different directions? In Psalm 86, David was going through a similar circumstance when He said, “Unite My Heart.” During this message, we will look at the whole Psalm and see how we can go forward for Christ, as He unites our heart.Have you made a decision? Are you looking for help? We would love to connect with you at www.solidrockbc.net/connectionlink.Support the show (https://solidrockbc.breezechms.com/give/online)

秋川バプテスト教会  Akigawa Baptist Church

In Psalm 116, we're going to see someone in Israel telling the story of how God helped him thousands of years ago. At the same time, we'll also see how his story shows us a wonderful picture of how the Messiah helps us.

TGIF, Today God Is First by Os Hillman
Discover the Hidden Path of Adversity in this week's TGIF@Work podcast

TGIF, Today God Is First by Os Hillman

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 43:14


“See, I am setting before you the way of life and the way of death.” Then, in Matthew 7:14, Jesus said: “But the gateway to life is very narrow and the road is difficult, and only a few ever find it.” The word “life” in both verses is the very thing you're looking for every day, in everything you do—true and lasting happiness, peace, security, and love. Jesus also said He came down from heaven to satisfy the thirst and hunger of our hearts forever. In Psalm 16:5-11, David reveals one of the greatest offers of all time: that it's God's desire to reveal the path to true Life—a Life full of pleasure, peace, fulfillment, and joy! So, why did Jesus say only a few ever find the path to Life? Find out this week in our TGIF@Work Podcast interview with author, Mark Shattuck. IN THIS WEEK'S INTERVIEW … • You'll discover what Jesus actually meant regarding abundant Life. I'm pretty sure you've never heard this one before—and it's better than you think! • You'll learn the one thing every person gets wrong that prevents them from finding abundant Life. • You'll learn why God requires adversity to give you what you desire the most—how adversity is the fast track to abundant Life! • You'll discover 7 reasons why God leads people into wilderness experiences (yes, He does that) in order to reveal their promise land of abundant Life!

Bible Reading Podcast
What is the Most Accurate Short Description of God? What is the Most Accurate One Verse Description of God in the Bible? What Does God's Compassion Look Like? Reading Psalm 145-146 #342

Bible Reading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 10:56


How can we possibly describe God's nature and character in just a few words? In Psalm 145:8, we find what might just be the perfect short description of exactly who God is.

Bible Questions Podcast
What is the Most Accurate Short Description of God? What is the Most Accurate One Verse Description of God in the Bible? What Does God's Compassion Look Like? Reading Psalm 145-146 #342

Bible Questions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 10:56


How can we possibly describe God's nature and character in just a few words? In Psalm 145:8, we find what might just be the perfect short description of exactly who God is.

Five Alive Devo
Worship

Five Alive Devo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 40:29


Today we discuss worship of the LORD. This is more than singing a song or attending a conference full of like-minded believers. Worship is any/all expression of love we can offer to The King above ALL. Psalm 150 - A Psalm of Worship Matthew 4:1-10; What did Jesus reveal worship to be? According to John 4:19-26; Who does the Father seek to worship Him? Does God place any limitations on what worship is? Hebrews 13:10-16, Is it okay for me to worship and praise God in my heart? Is it acceptable to worship The Father in solitude? When is the right time to praise God? Why is it important to praise the LORD, 1 Peter 2:7-10? In Psalm 103:1-4 there are reasons given for praising the LORD; why do you praise the King above all kings? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mattrolo/message

秋川バプテスト教会  Akigawa Baptist Church
Psalm 110- The Messiah Revealed

秋川バプテスト教会 Akigawa Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 34:23


In Psalm 110, David begins a majestic unveiling of the coming Messiah. He describes three aspects of the Messiah to reveal who He will be, and what He will do when He comes.

Life This Side of Heaven
Sing To The Lord A New Song

Life This Side of Heaven

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 4:32


In Psalm 98, the psalmist says, “Sing to the Lord a new song.” It's a phrase that's heard there times in the Psalms. And it's also included in Isaiah.  And chances are good we're going to sing these words in worship on Christmas. However, is this God's way of telling us we need some fresh music in the Christian hit parade? Is the psalmist saying we should ditch the familiar old hymns and carols?

Heart Talk with Kelly Goldson
Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child?

Heart Talk with Kelly Goldson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 15:23


My father used “Spare the rod, spoil the child” to justify his abuse throughout my childhood. Because of this, I struggled to trust God for years. I would wonder, “How loving can God be if He gave my parents permission to beat me every day?” The truth was, He hadn't. Proverbs 13:24 has been taken so far out of context. The “rod” mentioned is not a switch, it's a shepherd's staff. In Psalm 23, David writes of the Lord, “I fear no evil, for You are with me; Your rod [to protect] and Your staff [to guide], they comfort and console me. (Ps. 23:4 AMP)” In John 10:11, Jesus Himself says “I am the Good Shepherd. The Good Shepherd lays down His [own] life for the sheep.” God instructs parents to lovingly shepherd their children with verses like this one: “Fathers do not provoke your children to anger (do not exasperate them to the point of resentment with demands that are trivial or unreasonable or humiliating or abusive; nor by showing favoritism or indifference to any of them], but bring them up [tenderly, with lovingkindness] in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.” - Ephesians 6:4 AMP We never have to be afraid of our Good Shepherd - He is here to guide and protect us, not hurt and demean us. - Kelly

Calvary Hanford Video Podcast
Psalm 100 – Thank You At Your Service

Calvary Hanford Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 32:06


In Psalm 100 we're given an invitation and a recipe for how the church can offer a proper, thankful, thanksgiving banquet of praise to God. (Gene Pensiero Jr)

Calvary Hanford Audio Podcast
Psalm 100 – Thank You At Your Service

Calvary Hanford Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 31:55


In Psalm 100 we're given an invitation and a recipe for how the church can offer a proper, thankful, thanksgiving banquet of praise to God. (Gene Pensiero Jr)

Peine Ridge Sermons
Psalm 17 : Arguing With God

Peine Ridge Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021


Scripture – Psalm 17 Sermon Summary: God invites us to argue with him. In Psalm 17 David presents five arguments to God: The Argument from Justice (vv 1-2) The Argument from Integrity (vv 3-5) The ... Read More

Hogares De Pacto
Noviembre 28- Dioses injustos. Salmos 82 y 83

Hogares De Pacto

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 4:58


Notas. Inglés y Español ⬇️November 28: Unjust gods.Psalms 82:1-8:God stands in the congregation of the mighty; He judges among the gods. How long will you judge unjustly, and show partiality to the wicked? SelahDefend the poor and fatherless; do justice to the afflicted and needy. Deliver the poor and needy; free them from the hand of the wicked. They do not know, nor do they understand; they walk about in darkness; all the foundations of the earth are unstable. I said, “You are gods, and all of you are children of the Most High.But you shall die like men, and fall like one of the princes.” Arise, O God, judge the earth; for You shall inherit all nations. Psalms 83:1-5: Do not keep silent, O God! Do not hold Your peace, and do not be still, O God! For behold, Your enemies make a tumult; and those who hate You have lifted up their head. They have taken crafty counsel against Your people, and consulted together against Your sheltered ones. They have said, “Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation, that the name of Israel may be remembered no more.” For they have consulted together with one consent; they form a confederacy against You:We are going to study two psalms. The 82 teaches us about the responsibility that we as human beings have. The Lord makes the claim to a group of beings that God calls "gods". He complains about the injustices that were being committed on earth and they did nothing about it. What's more, they committed or supported others in these evil actions. They were unfair because they favored the friend or the richest, they allowed themselves to be bribed, they did not help the widow or the homeless. The Lord was outraged that he called them to account and claimed this behavior.Some think that these gods are angels, some think that they are rulers of the earth, and some think that they are the priests of Israel. In my opinion, God is calling attention to all those who are His children, those who claim to know God but deny Him by their actions, to those who have the knowledge of who God is but have forgotten to follow His commandments.The Lord Jesus Christ used this psalm to teach the Pharisees, Sadducees and religious leaders that God calls us gods, but if we continue in sin, injustice and wickedness we will suffer tragedies and death like any human being who is not a child of God.That is why the noun "gods" is to differentiate the human being who does not know God from the one who does know God but continues to act as an impious, as someone who does not know the commandments and ordinances of the Lord. This is a warning to all those who have biblical knowledge or have some experience as members of a Christian church. The fact that we have experience in the religious area, Christian or evangelical, that does not give us an advantage to commit injustices and walk in sin. It is true that God is a God of love and of mercy, but that does not mean that we should abuse our privileged position as children of God. In Psalm 1 the Lord says that the wicked will not rise up in the congregation of the righteous. That is why the Jews felt that they had a greater position above all the Gentiles because they were descendants of Abraham, and that is why the Lord tells them that even if they are called gods, or are children of Abraham or are the chosen people of God, if they don't repent and don't believe in Jesus they will also die like anyone who is not knowledgeable of the Lord.Psalm 83 is a psalm that lists all the enemies of the people of Israel. Of all those who rose up to destroy them. The psalmist made a request to the Lord to deliver them from these nations, and he was specific, writing the names of each of them. He also counted other nations and kings who were miraculously removed in the past, and he hoped God would do the same in this case. Two lessons: First, as believers we must understand that we will give an account to God for our actions, words and deeds, just or unjust. Second, we must pray, being specific, to the Lord about the things that afflict and harm us so that God will rise up and fight on our behalf. I am your friend and brother Eduardo Rodríguez. May the Lord hear your prayer. ≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈Noviembre 28: Dioses injustos.Salmos 82:1‭-‬8 RVA2015:Dios está de pie en la asamblea divina; en medio de los dioses ejerce el juicio: “¿Hasta cuándo juzgarán injustamente y entre los impíos harán distinción de personas? Selah Rescaten al necesitado y al huérfano; hagan justicia al pobre y al indigente. Libren al necesitado y al menesteroso; líbrenlo de la mano de los impíos. “Ellos no saben ni entienden; andan en tinieblas. ¡Todos los cimientos de la tierra son conmovidos! Yo les dije: ‘Ustedes son dioses; todos ustedes son hijos del Altísimo'. Sin embargo, como un hombre morirán y caerán como cualquiera de los gobernantes”. ¡Levántate, oh Dios; juzga la tierra porque tú poseerás todas las naciones!Salmos 83:1‭-‬5 RVA2015:Oh Dios, no guardes silencio. No calles, oh Dios, ni permanezcas inmóvil. Porque he aquí que rugen tus enemigos, y los que te aborrecen han levantado la cabeza. Contra tu pueblo han consultado astutamente; han entrado en consejo contra tus protegidos. Han dicho: “Vengan y destruyámoslos de modo que dejen de ser una nación y no haya más memoria del nombre de Israel”. Han conspirado juntos, de común acuerdo; han hecho pacto contra ti.Vamos a estudiar dos salmos. El 82 nos enseña sobre la responsabilidad que nosotros como seres humanos tenemos. El Señor le hace el reclamo a un grupo de seres que Dios llama “dioses''. Les reclama acerca de las injusticias que se estaban cometiendo en la tierra y ellos no hacían nada al respecto. Es más, ellos cometían o apoyaban a otros en estas acciones de maldad. Eran injustos porque favorecían al amigo o al más rico, se dejaban sobornar, no ayudaban a la viuda ni al desamparado. El Señor estaba indignado que los llama a cuentas y les reclama este comportamiento.Algunos piensan que estos dioses son ángeles, otros piensan que son gobernantes de la tierra, y otros piensan que son los sacerdotes de Israel. A mi parecer, Dios está llamando la atención a todos aquellos que son sus hijos, aquellos que dicen conocer a Dios pero que con sus hechos lo niegan, a los que tienen el conocimiento de quién es Dios pero han olvidado seguir sus mandamientos.El Señor Jesucristo usó este salmo para enseñarle a los fariseos, saduceos y a los líderes religiosos que Dios nos llama dioses, pero si seguimos en pecado, injusticias y maldad vamos a sufrir tragedias y muerte como cualquier ser humano que no es un hijo de Dios.Por eso el sustantivo “dioses” es para diferenciar al ser humano que no conoce de Dios del que sí conoce a Dios pero sigue obrando como un impío, como alguien que no conoce los mandamientos y las ordenanzas del Señor.Esta es una advertencia para todos aquellos que tienen conocimiento bíblico o tienen alguna experiencia como miembros de una iglesia cristiana. El hecho de que tengamos experiencia en el área religiosa, cristiana o evangélica, eso no nos da ventaja para cometer injusticias y andar en pecado. Es cierto que Dios es un Dios de amor y de misericordia, pero eso no significa que debemos abusar de nuestra posición privilegiada como hijos de Dios. En el salmo 1 el Señor dice que no se levantarán los malos en la congregación de los justos. Por eso los judíos se sentían que tenían una mayor posición encima de todos los gentiles porque eran descendientes de Abraham, y por eso el Señor les dice que aunque sean llamados dioses, o sean hijos de Abraham o sean el pueblo escogido de Dios, si no se arrepienten y no creen en Jesús también van a morir como cualquier persona que no es conocedora del Señor.El salmo 83 es un salmo que hace una lista de todos los enemigos del pueblo de Israel. De todos los que se levantaron para destruirlos. El salmista le pidió al Señor que los librara de estas naciones, y fue específico, escribiendo los nombres de cada uno de ellos. También hizo un recuento de otras naciones y reyes que fueron destituidos de forma milagrosa en el pasado, así mismo él esperaba que Dios hiciera lo mismo en este caso. Dos lecciones: Primero, como creyentes debemos entender que daremos cuentas a Dios por nuestras acciones, palabras y obras, justas o injustas. Segundo, debemos orar, siendo específicos, al Señor acerca de las cosas que nos afligen y nos dañan para que Dios se levante y pelee a favor nuestro. Soy tu amigo y hermano Eduardo Rodríguez. Que el Señor escuche tu oración. #HogaresDePacto #KingdomChurch #IglesiaElReino #IPUH #PastorCarlos #CarlosRodriguez#EduardoRodriguez #PoderCaster #salmos #salmo82 #salmo83

United Church of God Sermons
Psalm 104-the Creation Hymn and Us: Part 2

United Church of God Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 46:30


By Mario Seiglie in Orange County, CA - November 20, 2021 - In Psalm 104, David expresses how God sustains and provides for His Creation. Here is the final part of this series.

BibleAsk LIVE
BibleAsk LIVE - Episode 3.05

BibleAsk LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 62:31


Join Tina, Wendy and Jay this week to answer your Bible questions. You can submit your questions to BibleAsk.org/LIVE. This weeks questions include: Why was Esau closer to Ishmael than his brother Jacob? In Psalm 23:5, what is meant by "Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: Thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over."? In Ephesians Paul greeted with favor and peace but in Philemon 1:3 he said favor bread and peace, why did he add bread John describes Jesus in Revelation as having white hair. Does that mean Jesus aged since his resurrection ? What's the purpose of John 8:44 in the Holy Bible? Does it have a double meaning? Who was the family of fallen angels kicked out of heaven? What happens after the 1000 year Millennium??? Why does the Bible not contain all 12 disciples gospels? At the crucifixion, there are two conflicting accounts regarding the two thieves on either side of Jesus. Matthew states that both reviled Jesus, whereas Luke states that only one of the thieves mocked Jesus, and the other rebuked him for doing so. How can we reconcile these two different accounts.

Hidden Streams
Hidden Streams Psalm 41

Hidden Streams

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 15:16


In Psalm 41, when we come to faith in Christ, our Savior's life becomes ours. His death is our death, His resurrection, our resurrection.  Jesus is surrounded by hateful enemies who desire His death. We remember that Christ lovingly considered us when He suffered the awful betrayal and humiliation. But how ow can Christ say He has sinned? He willingly became a curse for us, so that in Him we might be blessed. Izzi Ray sings “Everlasting”

Hogares De Pacto
Noviembre 27- ¡Si me hubieran escuchado los hubiera bendecido! Salmos 80 y 81

Hogares De Pacto

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 5:56


Notas. Inglés y Español ⬇️November 27: If you had listened to me I would have blessed you!Psalms 80:1-7: Give ear, O Shepherd of Israel, You who lead Joseph like a flock; You who dwell between the cherubim, shine forth! Before Ephraim, Benjamin, and Manasseh, stir up Your strength, and come and save us! Restore us, O God; cause Your face to shine, and we shall be saved! O Lord God of hosts, how long will You be angry against the prayer of Your people? You have fed them with the bread of tears, and given them tears to drink in great measure.You have made us a strife to our neighbors, and our enemies laugh among themselves. Restore us, O God of hosts; cause Your face to shine, and we shall be saved!Psalms 81:7-16: You called in trouble, and I delivered you; I answered you in the secret place of thunder; I tested you at the waters of Meribah. Selah“Hear, O My people, and I will admonish you! O Israel, if you will listen to Me! There shall be no foreign god among you; nor shall you worship any foreign god. I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt; open your mouth wide, and I will fill it. “But My people would not heed My voice, and Israel would have none of Me. So I gave them over to their own stubborn heart, to walk in their own counsels. “Oh, that My people would listen to Me, that Israel would walk in My ways! I would soon subdue their enemies, and turn My hand against their adversaries. The haters of the Lord would pretend submission to Him, but their fate would endure forever. He would have fed them also with the finest of wheat; and with honey from the rock I would have satisfied you.”These two psalms are very similar because they reflect the condition of Israel in their walk with God. At that time Israel was in a deplorable, sad, disastrous situation. They should be on a high level of faith and blessing, but because of their bad decisions, for turning away from the Lord, they were complaining, asking the Lord to rescue them.In Psalm 80 we see that cry of an Israelite in pain, desperate for the Lord's help. I hope you can read the whole chapter so you can see the whole context.Psalm 81 begins with praise and worship to the Lord for His blessings, and then this psalm continues with a statement from the Lord. God Himself is speaking here, expressing that His purpose and intention towards Israel is always to bless them and protect them from enemies, but the problem has been that they have decided to follow their own desires, turning away from the Lord. That is why the Lord says here that He gave them up because of the hardness of their hearts and their own advice. This reminds me of a verse in Proverbs where it says that let's not be wise in our own opinion. This was precisely what Israel did. After arriving in the promised land and enjoying God's blessings, they forgot Him. As I said about Psalm 78, they were inclined to idolatry and preferred other gods than the God who led them out of Egypt with a mighty hand, miraculously kept them in the desert and gave them a land ready to receive the crops, to live in the houses and to put their animals because they already had built corrals.That is why I am very moved to hear this psalm because we can directly hear the voice of God expressing His feelings, His frustration and His pain because He had beautiful plans for His people Israel but they decided to forget about God. I am very impressed by this phrase that the Lord said to them: "Open your mouth wide and I will fill it!" In other words: "Ask me for whatever you want and I'm going to grant it to you." Imagine! That means that God was telling them to come in to eat whatever they wanted like at a buffet or banquet for free and without limits. It's like someone comes up to you and says: "Here's this blank check, just put in the amount you need."Instead, they did not love the Lord, they rejected Him.These psalms also illustrate the position of someone, today, who has broken the covenant with God, who has rejected the incredible promises that God gave to Israel but now He is giving them to whoever wants to decide to love, follow and cry out to Him.If you are faithful to the Lord; then confidently open your mouth for the Lord to fill it. Ask Him and He will give you, call Him and He will attend to you, knock on the door of heaven and He will open you.Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever. The God of Israel is the same God of the Gentiles; we who were not His people but now we are, He who was not our God but now He is.Let us consider and share this psalm today with the members of our household and teach them the greatness and might of our God and what a good Father He is to those who are His children, who choose to love Him and listen to His voice. Listen to this joyous song that declares the greatness of our God, titled "Más grande es Él" ≈Noviembre 27: ¡Si me hubieran escuchado los hubiera bendecido!Salmos 80:1‭-‬7 RVA2015:"¡Oh Pastor de Israel, escucha, tú que conduces a José como a un rebaño! ¡Tú, que estás entre los querubines, resplandece delante de Efraín, de Benjamín y de Manasés! Despierta tu poderío y ven para salvarnos. Oh Dios, ¡restáuranos! Haz resplandecer tu rostro, y seremos salvos. SEÑOR Dios de los Ejércitos, ¿hasta cuándo has de mostrar tu indignación contra la oración de tu pueblo? Nos has dado a comer pan de lágrimas. Nos has dado a beber lágrimas en abundancia. Nos has puesto por escarnio a nuestros vecinos; nuestros enemigos se mofan de nosotros. Oh Dios de los Ejércitos, ¡restáuranos! Haz resplandecer tu rostro, y seremos salvos."Salmos 81:7‭-‬16 RVA2015:"Clamaste en la calamidad, y yo te libré. Te respondí en lo oculto del trueno. Te probé junto a las aguas de Meriba. Selah “Escucha, oh pueblo mío, y testificaré contra ti. ¡Oh Israel, si me oyeras! No haya dios extraño en medio de ti ni te postres ante dios extranjero. Yo soy el SEÑOR tu Dios, que te hice venir de la tierra de Egipto. Abre bien tu boca, y la llenaré. “Pero mi pueblo no escuchó mi voz; Israel no me quiso a mí. Por eso los entregué a la dureza de su corazón, y caminaron según sus propios consejos. ¡Oh, si mi pueblo me hubiera escuchado; si Israel hubiera andado en mis caminos! En un instante habría yo sometido a sus enemigos y habría vuelto mi mano contra sus adversarios. Los que aborrecen al SEÑOR se le habrían sometido, y su castigo habría sido eterno. Los habría sustentado con la suculencia del trigo; con miel de la roca te habría saciado”.Estos dos salmos son muy parecidos porque hacen una reflexión de la condición de Israel en su caminar con Dios. En ese momento Israel se encontraba en una situación deplorable, triste, desastrosa. Ellos debían estar en un nivel grande de fe y bendición, pero por causa de sus malas decisiones, por apartarse del Señor, estaban quejándose, pidiendo que el Señor los rescatara.En el salmo 80 vemos ese clamor de un israelita adolorido, desesperado por el auxilio del Señor. Espero que puedas leer todo el capítulo completo para que mires todo el contexto.El salmo 81 comienza con una alabanza y adoración al Señor por Sus bendiciones, y después este salmo continúa con una declaración del Señor. Dios mismo está hablando aquí, expresando que Su propósito e intención hacia Israel siempre es de bendecirlo y protegerlo de los enemigos, pero el problema ha sido que ellos han decidido seguir sus propios deseos, alejándose del Señor. Por eso el Señor dice aquí que los entregó por la dureza de sus corazones y sus propios consejos. Esto me recuerda a un verso de Proverbios donde dice que no seamos sabios en nuestra propia opinión. Esto fue precisamente lo que hizo Israel. Después de haber llegado a la tierra prometida y disfrutado de las bendiciones de Dios se olvidaron de Él. Como lo dije acerca del salmo 78, ellos se inclinaron a la idolatría y prefirieron a otros dioses que al Dios que los sacó con mano poderosa de Egipto, los guardó de forma milagrosa en el desierto y les entregó una tierra lista para recibir las cosechas, para habitar en las casas y para poner sus animales porque ya tenían corrales edificados.Por eso me conmueve mucho escuchar este salmo porque podemos escuchar directamente la voz de Dios expresando Sus sentimientos, Su frustración y Su dolor porque Él tenía planes hermosos y lindos para Su pueblo Israel pero ellos decidieron olvidarse de Dios. Me impresiona mucho esta frase que el Señor les dijo: "¡Abre bien tu boca que yo la llenaré!" En otras palabras: “Pidanme lo que quieran que yo se los voy a conceder”. ¡Imagínese! Eso significa que Dios estaba diciéndoles que entraran a comer lo que quisieran como en un buffet o banquete de manera gratuita y sin límites. Es como si alguien se acercara y te dijera: “Aquí está este cheque en blanco, simplemente pon la cantidad que necesites”.En cambio, ellos no amaron al Señor, ellos lo rechazaron.Estos salmos también nos ilustran la posición de alguien, en la actualidad, que ha roto el pacto con Dios, que ha rechazado las promesas increíbles que Dios le dio a Israel pero que ahora Él se las da a quien quiera decidir amarle, seguirle y clamar a Él.Si tú eres fiel al Señor; entonces, con confianza, abre tu boca para que el Señor la llene. Pídele y Él te dará, llámale y Él te atenderá, toca la puerta de los cielos y Él te abrirá.Jesucristo es el mismo de ayer, hoy y por los siglos. El Dios de Israel es el mismo Dios de los gentiles; nosotros que no éramos su pueblo pero ahora lo somos, que no era nuestro Dios pero ahora lo es.Consideremos y compartamos este salmo hoy con los miembros de nuestro hogar y enseñemosles la grandeza y el poderío de nuestro Dios y lo buen Padre que es para aquellos que son Sus hijos, que deciden amarlo y escuchar Su voz. Escucha esta canción alegre que declara la grandeza de nuestro Dios, titulado "Más grande es Él" por los cantantes Kike Pavón y Musiko.Soy tu amigo y hermano Eduardo Rodríguez. Que el Señor Jesús escuche tu oración.

Calvary Chapel of Delta Podcast

There are countless reasons that we can give thanks! In Psalm 100, the Psalmist calls the people to praise the Lord for both who He is, and what He does in our lives.

Stapleton Baptist Church
A Psalm for Giving Thanks

Stapleton Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 30:36


Don't underestimate the power of thankfulness and gratitude toward God. In Psalm 100 we have a call to give thanks to the Lord. And the call to give thanks is not based on having a perfect life with no problems; instead, it's baed on having a perfect God who is faithful and good.

Tribe Byron Bay
Episode 95: Rosie Moulton - Prayer: Open Up the Gates - 21 November 2021

Tribe Byron Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 39:03


During his reign King David was given a revelation of the importance of the role of gatekeepers in the Lords temple, to the point where he appointed 4000 Levite gatekeepers during his reign alongside another 4000 worshippers. In Psalm 24 David called to his generation to cleans themselves in order that they might ascend the hill of the Lord and become gates through which God, the King of Glory, would enter. Part of our calling and mandate as believers in our generation is also to act as gatekeepers. We are a royal priesthood of gatekeepers over our own lives, hearts and families as well as over the earth. As gatekeepers there are many different kinds of gates that the Lord has given us keys for. He has given us keys to unlock prison doors of injustice and unforgiveness in hearts and lives. He has also given us corporate keys to open up gates over nations and regions so that we can usher in the King of Glory over our generation. The key of David is a master key that opens doors that not one can shut and shuts doors that no one can open. As we cleans our hands and hearts and let go of our idols, we ascend the hill of the Lord together as a royal priesthood and usher in Jesus the King of Glory, who will come in and release his glory and justice on the earth.

Refresh with Pastor Kim Robinson
Thanksgiving & Praise

Refresh with Pastor Kim Robinson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 20:32


Colossians 2:7 declares that we are abounding in thanksgiving. In Psalm 107:21, (ESV), it says to let us thank the Lord for His steadfast love. The Hebrew word for thanksgiving holds three specifics in its definition. It means to not only be in thanksgiving, but to praise, and have our confession be of Him and His word. It reveals we are to have an attitude of gratitude, as we offer Him thanksgiving. We are to offer our worship and praise individually and in a congregation of worshipers, and we are to show our adoration through our confession of His word, His blessing, and His promises. As we embrace His Spirit of thanksgiving, we will experience the flow of God as a River, and as a flower coming to full bloom. May this podcast refresh you to embrace His Spirit of “Thanksgiving & Praise”.

Kingdom Rock Radio
A very Present Help

Kingdom Rock Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 50:16


This week, we’re taking a break from our “Humility” series to seek encouragement from the Word of God. The world is full of uncertainty, and many people — both in our local church and the Church at large — are going through serious and difficult situations. In Psalm 46:1 (KJ21), the Bible says that “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” We must remember that trouble doesn’t mean we’re sinful; it just means we’re human. Whenever we face those situations, though, we must also know and believe that God is our refuge and strength. He is always nearby, and He is ready and able to help us!

Our Daily Bread Podcast | Our Daily Bread

In 2019, Cap Dashwood and his sweet black lab companion, Chaela (“la” Dashwood’s abbreviation for “Labrador angel”), accomplished something remarkable: reaching a mountain summit each day for 365 consecutive days. Dashwood has a moving story to tell. He left home at sixteen, explaining simply, “Bad family life.” But these past wounds led him to find healing elsewhere. He explains, “Sometimes when you’re disappointed by people, you turn to something else. You know?” For Dashwood, mountain climbing and the unconditional love of his black lab companion has been a big part of that “something else.” For those of us, like myself, who deeply love our animal companions, a big piece of why we do is the sweet, utterly unconditional love they pour out—a kind of love that’s rare. But I like to think the love they effortlessly give points to a much greater and deeper reality than the failures of others—God’s unshakeable, boundless love upholding the universe. In Psalm 143, as in many of his prayers, it is only David’s faith in that unshakable, “unfailing love” (v. 12) that tethers him to hope in a time when he feels utterly alone. But a lifetime of walking with God gives him just enough strength to trust that the morning will “bring me word of your unfailing love” (v. 8). Just enough hope to trust again and to let God lead the way to paths unknown (v. 8).

Hebrew Nation Online
Calming Harp Episode #46

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 28:00


Does God really mean it when He says Fear not. In Psalm 91 David writes that he will not be afraid. How do we relate to difficulties in our lives? Do we see them as opportunities to develop a strong character and become equipped for the tasks God has determined for us to accomplish, or do we complain and moan because it's not what we thought we wanted? The parable of the Poplar tree and the Thorn tree might help us see how adversities in life can make us strong and useful and fit for the Kingdom of Elohim. Also music from my new album "Frequency of Fire." Produced by – Steve Rees – Harpist If you like what you hear please subscribe: www.youtube.com/peregrinnatti To find us on Social Media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/peregrinnatti Calming Harp Page: https://www.facebook.com/Calming-Harp… If you would like to write a testimony of how this music has helped you email me at: steve@calmingharp.com To purchase CDs and MP3s go to our website: https://calmingharp.com/ To donate to the ministry of the Calming Harp: https://calmingharp.com/marketplace Steve Rees has been producing Harp Music from the Psalms of David for the past 20 years. He has discovered a connection between the Hebrew text of the Psalms and music notes that develop into chord progressions that form the basis for musical compositions that have been appreciated by thousands of followers. We invite you to join the many lives that have been positively affected by this wonderful music.

Running Pastor
The Covenant Love of God (Psalm 17)

Running Pastor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 33:14


In Psalm 17 David shows great confidence that God will respond to his prayer and will bring vindication to him. We see how our understanding of this prayer should be greatly informed by one specific Hebrew word, "hesed."

Running Pastor
"I Have No Good Apart from You" (Psalm 16)

Running Pastor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 33:12


In Psalm 16 David clearly articulates why it is that he feels great confidence in God, both in life and in death. He gives us specific details, and we also see a part of this Psalm that is quoted by Peter in Acts 2, and why.

Hogares De Pacto
Noviembre 16- Que Su rostro resplandezca sobre todos nosotros. Salmos 66 y 67

Hogares De Pacto

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 5:50


Notas en inglés y en español ,⬇️November 16: May His face shine upon us all.Psalms 66:5-15:Come and see the works of God; He is awesome in His doing toward the sons of men. He turned the sea into dry land; they went through the river on foot. There we will rejoice in Him. He rules by His power forever; His eyes observe the nations; do not let the rebellious exalt themselves. SelahOh, bless our God, you peoples! And make the voice of His praise to be heard, who keeps our soul among the living, and does not allow our feet to be moved. For You, O God, have tested us; You have refined us as silver is refined. You brought us into the net; You laid affliction on our backs. You have caused men to ride over our heads; we went through fire and through water; but You brought us out to rich fulfillment. I will go into Your house with burnt offerings; I will pay You my vows, which my lips have uttered and my mouth has spoken when I was in trouble. I will offer You burnt sacrifices of fat animals, with the sweet aroma of rams;I will offer bulls with goats. SelahPsalms 67:1-7:God be merciful to us and bless us, and cause His face to shine upon us, Selahthat Your way may be known on earth, Your salvation among all nations. Let the peoples praise You, O God; let all the peoples praise You. Oh, let the nations be glad and sing for joy! For You shall judge the people righteously, and govern the nations on earth. SelahLet the peoples praise You, O God; let all the peoples praise You. Then the earth shall yield her increase;God, our own God, shall bless us. God shall bless us, and all the ends of the earth shall fear Him.These two psalms are very beautiful because they are an invitation to praise God because He heard our prayer and did justice in favor of His people.In Psalm 66 we learn many things from various phrases that the psalmist expressed in other psalms that confirm why he was so grateful.As in Psalm 62 we studied on November 14, David made a reference in verse 9 about God will not let us slip. When someone slips it's because they failed in their life and fell into a place of perdition; and to be delivered we have to be tested to be strengthened. That is why in the following verses 10 to 12, David confessed and acknowledged that the Lord makes us go through trials just as a precious metal like silver and gold goes through fire. This is another teaching that we must keep in mind when we go through trials like fire that burns or like water that suffocates. There are different kinds of trials that we are going to undergo, but the important thing is to understand that the Lord is going to take us out of there. The psalmist testified that the Lord brought them out to abundance. For that reason and because God rescued him, David promised in his time of anguish to enter God's house and fulfil the promises he made to the Lord.Psalm 67 begins with a declaration very similar to the one that Moses made for the children of Israel as established in the law in Numbers 6:23-27: “Speak to Aaron and his sons, saying, ‘This is the way you shall bless the children of Israel. Say to them: “The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious to you; the Lord lift up His countenance upon you, and give you peace.” ' “So they shall put My name on the children of Israel, and I will bless them.”What a beautiful petition, that the Lord look upon them with favor, that the glory of God be reflected in Israel in the form of acceptance, that His grace embrace them.I encourage you to pray this same prayer about all the members of your family; just as the pastor prays for the children that we present in the church invoking this prayer based on this biblical verse, you also cry out to the Lord so that the Lord may shine His face on your family, bless them and keep them.Many people will notice that you have a special blessing and they will not understand it; this is the opportunity for you to give glory to the Lord and praise Him when you tell them that the grace of the Lord and His mercy is what has blessed you and your family.This Psalm 67 ends with a prophetic word where the psalmist invited all the peoples of the world to worship the Lord, and God will bless our crops and bring abundance.Consider this:Have you been through tests? Have you seen the hand of God delivering you?Have you blessed your children and are you laying your hands on them to bless them?Do you do it during the day or when they are sleeping?I am your friend and brother Eduardo Rodríguez. May the Lord Jesus hear your prayer and shine His face on you. Don't forget to read the chapters completely.I recommend the song "La Bendición"; I like sister Maribel Mendizábal's cover in Spanish, look for it on YouTube. The original English version is "The blessing". We will put the link to the Facebook page.≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈Noviembre 16: Que Su rostro resplandezca sobre todos nosotros.Salmos 66:5‭-‬15 RVA2015:Vengan y vean los actos de Dios, admirable en sus hechos para con los hijos del hombre. Él convirtió el mar en tierra seca, y por el río pasaron a pie. ¡Regocijémonos en él! Se enseñorea con su poder para siempre; sus ojos observan a las naciones para que los rebeldes no se enaltezcan contra él. Selah ¡Bendigan, oh pueblos, a nuestro Dios! Hagan que se escuche la voz de su alabanza. Él es quien preservó la vida a nuestra alma y no permitió que resbalasen nuestros pies. Tú nos has probado, oh Dios; nos has purificado como se prueba la plata. Nos metiste en la red y pusiste apretura sobre nuestros lomos. Hiciste que los hombres cabalgaran encima de nuestra cabeza. Pasamos por el fuego y por el agua pero luego nos sacaste a abundancia. Entraré en tu templo con holocaustos; te pagaré mis votos que pronunciaron mis labios y que mi boca prometió cuando yo estaba angustiado. Te ofreceré holocaustos de animales engordados, con incienso de carneros. Sacrificaré toros y machos cabríos. SelahSalmos 67:1‭-‬7 RVA2015:Dios tenga misericordia de nosotros y nos bendiga. Haga resplandecer su rostro sobre nosotros; Selah para que sea reconocido en la tierra tu camino y en todas las naciones tu salvación. ¡Los pueblos te alaben, oh Dios! ¡Todos los pueblos te alaben! Alégrense y gócense las naciones porque tú juzgarás a los pueblos con equidad y guiarás a las naciones de la tierra. Selah ¡Los pueblos te alaben, oh Dios! ¡Todos los pueblos te alaben! La tierra dará su fruto; nos bendecirá Dios, el Dios nuestro. Dios nos bendiga, y témanlo todos los confines de la tierra.Estos dos salmos son muy hermosos porque son una invitación para alabar a Dios porque escuchó nuestra oración e hizo justicia a favor de su pueblo.En el salmo 66 aprendemos muchas cosas de varias frases que el salmista expresó en otros salmos y que confirman el por qué estaba tan agradecido.Igual que en el salmo 62 que estudiamos el 14 de noviembre, David hizo referencia en el verso 9 acerca de que Dios no nos va a dejar resbalar. Cuando alguien resbala es porque fracasó en su vida y cayó en un lugar de perdición; y para ser librados tenemos que ser probados para ser fortalecidos. Por eso en los siguientes versos 10 al 12, David confesó y reconoció que el Señor nos hace pasar por pruebas así como un metal precioso como la plata y el oro pasa por el fuego. Esta es otra enseñanza que debemos tener en cuenta cuando pasemos por pruebas parecidas al fuego que quema o parecidas al agua que ahogan. Hay diferentes clases de pruebas que vamos a sufrir pero lo importante es entender que el Señor nos va a sacar de allí. El salmista testificó que el Señor los sacó a abundancia. Por esa razón y porque Dios lo rescató, David prometió en su momento de angustia entrar a la casa de Dios y cumplir las promesas que le hizo al Señor.El salmo 67 empieza con una declaración muy parecida a la que Moisés hacía por los hijos de Israel como estaba establecido en la ley en Números 6:23-27: “Habla a Aarón y a sus hijos, y diles que así bendecirán a los hijos de Israel. Díganles: ‘El SEÑOR te bendiga y te guarde. El SEÑOR haga resplandecer su rostro sobre ti, y tenga de ti misericordia. El SEÑOR levante hacia ti su rostro, y ponga en ti paz'. “Así invocarán mi nombre sobre los hijos de Israel, y yo los bendeciré”.Qué hermosa petición, que el Señor los mire con agrado, que la gloria de Dios sea reflejada en Israel en forma de aceptación, que Su gracia los abrace.Te animo para que tú hagas esta misma oración sobre todos los miembros de tu familia; así como el pastor ora por los niños que presentamos en la iglesia invocando está oración basada en este verso bíblico, tu también clama al Señor para que el Señor resplandezca Su rostro sobre tu familia, los bendiga y los guarde.Muchas personas van a notar que tú tienes una bendición especial y no lo van a entender, esta es la oportunidad para que tú le des la gloria al Señor y lo alabes cuando le digas a ellos que la gracia del Señor y Su misericordia es lo que te ha bendecido a ti y a tu familia.Este salmo 67 termina con una palabra profética donde el salmista hizo la invitación a todos los pueblos del mundo a que adoren al Señor, y Dios bendecirá nuestras cosechas y traerá abundancia.Considera:¿Has pasado por pruebas? ¿Has visto la mano de Dios librándote?¿Has bendecido a tus hijos y les impones tus manos para bendecirlos?¿Lo haces durante el día o cuando están durmiendo?Soy tu amigo y hermano Eduardo Rodríguez. Que el Señor Jesús escuche tu oración y resplandezca Su rostro sobre ti. No olvides leer completamente los capítulos.Te recomiendo la canción "La Bendición"; me gusta el cover en español de la hermana Maribel Mendizábal, búscala en YouTube. La versión original en inglés es "The blessing". Pondremos el enlace a la página de Facebook.

Refresh with Pastor Kim Robinson
Walking in Truth, the Way, and the Life

Refresh with Pastor Kim Robinson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 34:25


In Psalm 51:6, it says He makes Truth and Wisdom known in our hearts. As the Lord desires Truth in us, He brings Life to us. Truth and Life are always connected and they are His very ways. He gives us the ability to always be “Walking in Truth, the Way, and the Life”. As we embrace Him and His truth, faith rises in our hearts and life is abundantly blessed. Be refreshed by the study of the word in this podcast based from Psalm 51:6 and see how the Lord's desire for Truth is established in our hearts.

Ridge Life Podcast
Trusting God Alone

Ridge Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 39:15


In your salvation what are some things that you are thankful for? In Psalm 118 the Psalmist declares giving thanks to the Lord because he trusts in God alone for his refuge and help.

秋川バプテスト教会  Akigawa Baptist Church
Psalm 101- Protecting Your Heart of Worship

秋川バプテスト教会 Akigawa Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 30:05


In Psalm 101, David shows how our worship doesn't just come from our words of praise, but also from a life that flows out of a pure heart. There are things around us that could corrupt our heart though. What are they, and how do we shield our heart from them?

United Church of God Sermons
Psalm 104-the Creation Hymn and Us: Part 1

United Church of God Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 45:43


By Mario Seiglie in Orange County, CA - November 6, 2021 - In Psalm 104, David expresses how God sustains and provides for His Creation. Listen now to this message, the first of a 2-part series.

Running To Win on Oneplace.com
The Word Of God Teaches Us, Part 1 of 2 (Changed By The Word)

Running To Win on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 25:02


To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29 Do you ever wonder if there's enough evidence to believe in God? In this message, you'll think through the honest questions skeptics have about God's Word. In Psalm 19, the descriptions of the Bible could also be used of God. That's how you'll plainly see evidence of God through His works in creation as well as in His Word.

Running to Win - 25 Minute Edition
The Word Of God Teaches Us Part 1

Running to Win - 25 Minute Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 25:02


Do you ever wonder if there’s enough evidence to believe in God? In this message, you’ll think through the honest questions skeptics have about God’s Word. In Psalm 19, the descriptions of the Bible could also be used of God. That’s how you’ll plainly see evidence of God through His works in creation as well as in His Word.   Click here to listen (Duration 25:02)

Running Pastor
Expectations for God's People (Psalm 15)

Running Pastor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 33:57


In Psalm 15 the psalmist begins by asking God " who shall sojourn in your tent? Who shall dwell on your holy hill?" The rest of the Psalm appears to lay out the expectations that God has for His people, and they should have for themselves

bread church
Where Help Comes From – Honestly Confronting & Waiting on the Lord

bread church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021


In Psalm 130 we're shown one way to approach our Righteous God: crying out honestly, demanding God's attention, but also remembering his compassion and mercy. Even more, as a “Psalm of Ascent,” the poet of Psalm 130 insists that waiting is a legitimate and embodied prayer. Waiting is an under-rated theme in the whole of the scriptures, and the second half of this Psalm gives us some encouragement in how to embrace waiting as a spiritual practice in our own lives. Ultimately, we wait for Jesus' return to set all things right, and as he is even now “making all things new,” we wait in the now-and-not-yet of his Kingdom, in hope.

First Presbyterian Church
Depressed? Remember, You Matter To God!

First Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 27:00


Are you depressed- Are you beaten down- Do you wonder where God is in the middle of your hurts- Then here's some encouragement- God is near, and He cares.--In Psalm 139, we see that although we travel through some dark valleys, we're never alone. God is with us. Click for more.

Theology
DEPRESSION: You Matter To God!

Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 27:03


Are you depressed? Are you beaten down? Do you wonder where God is in the middle of your hurts? Then here's some encouragement: God is near, and He cares. In Psalm 139, we see that although we travel through some dark valleys, we're never alone. God is always with us, and He has ordained good on our horizon. Click for more.

Apologetics
Depressed? Remember, You Matter To God!

Apologetics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 27:03


Are you depressed? Are you beaten down? Do you wonder where God is in the middle of your hurts? Then here's some encouragement: God is near, and He cares. In Psalm 139, we see that although we travel through some dark valleys, we're never alone. God is with us and has ordained good on our … Continue reading Depressed? Remember, You Matter To God! →

Core Christianity
What's Wrong with Church Hopping?

Core Christianity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 25:01


Episode 823 | Adriel Sanchez and Bill Maier answer caller questions. Show Notes CoreChristianity.com Questions in this Episode 1. In Psalm 51, David pleads, “remove not your Spirit from me.” Was he worried about losing his salvation? 2. Why is it a problem to go to multiple churches? I go to one particular church on Sunday but I also do Bible studies from other churches and occasionally visit others as well. I am also still involved with online groups from churches I have been a member of in the past. Aren't we all one big family? 3. Where in the Bible does it address transgenderism? 4. Do Mormons worship the same Jesus as Christians? Today's Offer Can the Devil Read My Mind? Request our latest special offers here or call 1-833-THE-CORE (833-843-2673) to request them by phone. Want to partner with us in our work here at Core Christianity? Consider becoming a member of the Inner Core. Resources Core Question – How Does Jesus Work Today? Core Question – Why Are There So Many Denominations?