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Marriage After God
Walking in Victory From Pornography In Marriage

Marriage After God

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 50:05


Pornography is all too common these days and sadly it is common even among believers. In this episode, we share How Aaron has been able to walk in freedom from this addiction for more than 6 years now and how you can too. We also talk about how you can help prepare and protect your children from this destructive sin. Romans 8:2 “For the law of the Spirit of life has set you free in Christ Jesus from the law of sin and death.” Rom 6:6 “We know that our old self[a] was crucified with him in order that the body of sin might be brought to nothing, so that we would no longer be enslaved to sin.” 1 Cor 10:13 “No temptation has overtaken you that is not common to man. God is faithful, and he will not let you be tempted beyond your ability, but with the temptation he will also provide the way of escape, that you may be able to endure it.” What encouragement do we have for the Church, for those listening?[Tit 3:4-7 ESV] 4 But when the goodness and loving kindness of God our Savior appeared, 5 he saved us, not because of works done by us in righteousness, but according to his own mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewal of the Holy Spirit, 6 whom he poured out on us richly through Jesus Christ our Savior, 7 so that being justified by his grace we might become heirs according to the hope of eternal life.And since this is the truth!Lay it aside! [Heb 12:1 ESV] 1 Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us,Flee from it[1Co 6:18 ESV] 18 Flee from sexual immorality. Every other sin a person commits is outside the body, but the sexually immoral person sins against his own body.Kill it dead and gone once and for all[Rom 8:13 ESV] 13 For if you live according to the flesh you will die, but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live.Draw near to god and believe the truth.James 4:8 Draw near to God, and he will draw near to you. Cleanse your hands, you sinners, and purify your hearts, you double-minded.Not even a hint of it[Eph 5:1-3 ESV] 1 Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. 2 And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God. 3 But sexual immorality and all impurity or covetousness must not even be named among you, as is proper among saints.Confess & Repentance and prayer.Make it a practice to confess and be honest about when you are weak and struggling. Pray with each other for strength and transformation in that area. And repent fully and truthfully. Repent from choosing this sin. Repent of the desire for it. James 5:16 Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working. how to protect our children, how to equip them when it happens, and how to be open to talk about it with them. Talk to them about how to protect our bodies.Teach them how to protect their eyesDont let them have unattended time on devicesTeach them how not to look or use other people's devices.When the time is right tell them about itTeach them about God's design for sexuality.Dear Lord, Thank you for giving us freedom in Christ. Thank you for breaking the bonds of sin and death and for making it possible for us to walk with Jesus and be reconciled to you. You are so patient and kind to us and it is that kindness that leads us to repentance. Lord, help us to walk in purity every day and to grow more and more sensitive to the wicked things of this world. Lord, we pray for every husband and wife who may still feel enslaved to pornography and have believed the lie that they are. I pray they would believe the truth that they are already free. That they can choose to walk in the freedom and purity you died to give them. Open their eyes to the truth. Convince them that your sacrifice, your spirit, and your word are sufficient for us and that we are transformed by the renewing of our minds. Renew us transform us and make us more like your son Jesus. Lord, tear down the stronghold the enemy has over the porn industry. Bring freedom and salvation to all those involved dissolves the influence it has in the church. Convict the hearts of those who continue to choose this sin and bring them to their knees  before your throne. Lord, purify your church.In Jesus' name AMEN!

Thinking on Scripture with Dr. Steven R. Cook
Divine Discipline for the Christian

Thinking on Scripture with Dr. Steven R. Cook

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 69:25


     As Christians living in the dispensation of the church age, we are not under the Mosaic Law as the rule for life (Rom 6:14; Heb 8:13), but are under the Law of Christ (1 Cor 9:21; Gal 6:2). Israelites, living under the Mosaic Law were promised physical blessings if they obeyed the Lord's directives (Deut 28:1-14), and physical curses if they disobeyed (Deut 28:15-68). For Christians, our blessings from the Lord can be physical (1 Tim 6:17-19), but are primarily spiritual in nature (Eph 1:3). And we are not said to be cursed when we disobey, but we do come under God's discipline (Heb 12:5-11), and this because ongoing sin impairs our walk with Him and stunts our spiritual growth.      As God's children, He has equipped us with the knowledge and power to live righteously (2 Tim 3:16-17; Tit 2:11-14; 2 Pet 1:2-3). Daily sin is handled by means of confession directly to the Lord, who always forgives (1 John 1:9). However, unconfessed sin and failure to advance spiritually can bring God's discipline. He loves us enough not to leave us where we are, and desires that we advance to spiritual maturity (Heb 6:1; cf., 1 Cor 14:20; Eph 4:11-13). This means we learn to deal with our sin based on His resources (so that we sin less), and pursue the Christian virtues He desires to see in us.      Hebrews 12:4-11 is a key passage related to God's discipline in the life of a Christian. In the letter, the writer states, “You have not yet resisted to the point of shedding blood in your striving against sin” (Heb 12:4). According to Zane Hodges, “By ‘sin' the author probably primarily meant that of ‘sinful men' who opposed them, but doubtless also had their own sin in mind, which they had to resist in order to maintain a steadfast Christian profession.”[1] Biblically, we should personally strive against committing sin; however, the reality is that we do not. Some of us barely struggle at all. Where we break down in our personal efforts, God will work in and around us to help us grow. It is written, “You have forgotten the exhortation which is addressed to you as sons, ‘My son, do not regard lightly the discipline of the Lord, nor faint when you are reproved by Him; 6 for those whom the Lord loves He disciplines, and He scourges every son whom He receives'” (Heb 12:5-6).      In these verses, the writer uses the Greek word for an adult son (υἱός huios) and not that of a newborn (βρέφος brephos) or young child (παιδίον paidion). According to Warren Wiersbe, “A parent who would repeatedly chasten an infant child would be considered a monster. God deals with us as adult sons because we have been adopted and given an adult standing in His family (see Rom 8:14–18; Gal 4:1–7). The fact that the Father chastens us is proof that we are maturing, and it is the means by which we can mature even more.”[2] The noun (παιδεία paideia) in Hebrews 12:5 refers to the process whereby adult children are groomed for holy living. It is “the act of providing guidance for responsible living, upbringing, training, instruction, [which] is attained by discipline, correction, of the holy discipline of a fatherly God.”[3] The verb (παιδεύω paideuo) in Hebrews 12:6 means “to provide instruction for informed and responsible living, educate…to assist in the development of a person's ability to make appropriate choices, practice discipline”[4] Wiersbe states: "Chastening is the evidence of the Father's love. Satan wants us to believe that the difficulties of life are proof that God does not love us, but just the opposite is true. Sometimes God's chastening is seen in His rebukes from the Word or from circumstances. At other times He shows His love by punishing (“the Lord…scourgeth”) us with some physical suffering. Whatever the experience, we can be sure that His chastening hand is controlled by His loving heart. The Father does not want us to be pampered babies; He wants us to become mature adult sons and daughters who can be trusted with the responsibilities of life."[5]      As Christians, we must learn to expect God to discipline us, as He uses His Word and the hardships of life to mold our characters. God's discipline is a sign of His love for us, and “It is for discipline that you endure; God deals with you as with sons; for what son is there whom his father does not discipline?” (Heb 12:7). MacDonald states, “when testings come to us, we should realize that God is treating us as sons. In any normal father-son relationship, the father trains his son because he loves him and wants the best for him. God loves us too much to let us develop naturally.”[6]      And God does not discipline the devil's children, but He does discipline His own; for “if you are without discipline, of which all have become partakers, then you are illegitimate children and not sons” (Heb 12:8). There may be times when unbelievers get away with certain sins and even seem to enjoy the blessings of this life without hardship (Psa 73:1-12). But this is not so with God's children, as He desires greater blessings for us, both in time and eternity. The wise gardener never spends her time pruning the neighbor's weeds, but only her roses, and this because she desires greater beauty from them.      God's loving discipline is consistent with that of a good father who loves his children and trains them in righteous living. For “we had earthly fathers to discipline us, and we respected them; shall we not much rather be subject to the Father of spirits, and live? For they disciplined us for a short time as seemed best to them, but He disciplines us for our good, so that we may share His holiness” (Heb 12:9-10). God's desire is to refine us into the godly persons He wants us to be. By means of discipline, He seeks to burn away the dross of weak character and sinful habits and to refine those golden qualities He wants to see in us; the godly qualities that make us better. God always disciplines us for our good, that “we may share in His holiness” (Heb 12:10). According to John Jowett: "The purpose of God's chastening is not punitive but creative. He chastens “that we may share His holiness.” The phrase “that we may share” has direction in it, and the direction points toward a purified and beautified life. The fire which is kindled is not a bonfire, blazing heedlessly and unguardedly, and consuming precious things; it is a refiner's fire, and the Refiner sits by it, and He is firmly and patiently and gently bringing holiness out of carelessness and stability out of weakness. God is always creating even when He is using the darker means of grace. He is producing the fruits and flowers of the Spirit. His love is always in quest of lovely things."[7]      As God's children, we must learn to operate by divine viewpoint and live above the daily grind of life with all its difficulties and hardships. When we operate by divine viewpoint and live by faith, we can be thankful for God's loving work in our lives which, over time, yields godly fruit in the lives of His humble and obedient children. It is by divine viewpoint that we realize, “All discipline for the moment seems not to be joyful, but sorrowful” (Heb 12:11a). It is the natural proclivity of a person to maximize joy and minimize sorrow, and the Christian is no exception. We must never think the absence of joy means the absence of God, for though we often praise Him in the heights, He is with us in the valleys (Psa 23:4), and it is there His work is most impactful. And when God's discipline has taken its course, when we “have been trained by it, afterwards it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness” (Heb 12:11b). It's always the afterwards that matters most to God, for when the Pruner has done His work in cutting away useless branches that bear no fruit, the benefit is a harvest of right living.      As God's children, He expects us to live holy and righteous lives that conform to His will (Tit 2:11-14; 1 Pet 1:15-16). When we sin, we can be restored to fellowship with God by means of confession (1 John 1:9). If we fail to confess our sins, and choose a sinful lifestyle, we put ourselves in real danger of knowing God's discipline. The wise believer accepts God's correction. The psalmist wrote, “It is good for me that I was afflicted, that I may learn Your statutes” (Psa 119:71), and later said, “I know, O LORD, that Your judgments are righteous, and that in faithfulness You have afflicted me” (Psa 119:75).      Suffering is sometimes removed after the believer confesses his/her sin to God (1 John 1:9). However, sometimes God leaves the suffering, which means His corrective suffering becomes perfective suffering to help us grow spiritually. In corrective suffering, we are outside God's will and are governed by our sin nature and human viewpoint, which cannot sustain the believer in times of trouble. But when we confess our sin to God (1 John 1:9), any residual suffering can be dealt with as we are filled with the Spirit (Eph 5:18), walking by means of the Spirit (Gal 5:16), and living by faith (Heb 10:38; 11:6). The Sin Unto Death      There is a point when a believer can sin and there's no recovery. When that happens, God will bring His child home. The apostle John wrote, “If anyone sees his [Christian] brother committing a sin that does not bring death, he should ask, and God will give life to him—to those who commit sin that doesn't bring death. There is sin that brings death. I am not saying he should pray about that” (1 John 5:16 CSB). It happens from time to time that a Christian will see another Christian “committing a sin.” The apostle John distinguished two kinds of sin in the life of the Christian: the “sin that does not bring death” and the “sin that brings death” (1 John 5:16-17). The “sin that does not bring death” is any sin the Christian commits that does not warrant physical death from the hand of God, though it may bring divine discipline if the believer continues in it. John does not specify which sin leads to death and which sin does not, as the punishment is finally determined by the Lord.      It was a terrible sin when Aaron led the Israelites into idol worship (Ex 32:1-6), but God did not call for Aaron's death. Samson slept with prostitutes (Judg 16:1-4), and though he was disciplined, the Lord did not kill him. When David had an affair with Bathsheba and murdered her husband Uriah, it was a rotten sin that brought divine discipline. The Lord told David, “I will raise up evil against you from your own household” (2 Sam 12:11); however, the Lord also told David, “you shall not die” (2 Sam 12:13), but then disciplined him with the death of his son (2 Sam 12:14). Later, after David confessed his sin, he was restored to ministry (Psa 51:12-13). It was evil when Solomon worshipped idols (1 Ki 11:1-10), but even here the Lord did not pronounce death for Solomon's sin. Peter argued with Jesus and tried to prevent Him from going to the cross (Matt 16:21-22), and later publicly denied the Lord three times (Matt 26:34-35; 69-75), but Peter was allowed to live. The apostle John twice worshiped an angel and was rebuked for it (Rev 19:10; 22:8-9), but the Lord let him live and used him in ministry. God's grace and mercy is very prominent throughout the Bible, and He repeatedly gives us ample opportunity to confess our sin and turn back to him. We know from Scripture that “The LORD is compassionate and gracious, slow to anger and abounding in lovingkindness” (Psa 103:8). Because of this, “He has not dealt with us according to our sins, nor rewarded us according to our iniquities” (Psa 103:10). Thank God for His great grace.        But there are sins a believer can commit that can result in physical death. The sin that leads to death, according to Paul Karleen, “denotes a sin habitually practiced by a believer, leading to God's removing him from this life, but not taking away his salvation.”[8] It refers to the believer who has become so sinfully rebellious that God disciplines him to point of death and takes him home to heaven. There are references in the Bible where God personally issued the death penalty for one or more of His erring children who had defied His authority. Examples include: Nadab and Abihu, who disobeyed the Lord in their priestly service (Lev 10:1-3), Uzzah, when he touched the Ark (2 Sam 6:1-7), and Ananias and Sapphira who lied to the Holy Spirit (Acts 5:1-11). The Christians at Corinth experienced stages of discipline which included weakness, sickness, and eventual death (1 Cor 11:30). God's discipline is never to condemn, which cannot happen (Rom 8:1), for “when we are judged, we are disciplined by the Lord so that we will not be condemned along with the world” (1 Cor 11:32).      Under the Mosaic Law, God willed that sin be punished, but only some sins were punishable by physical death.[9] Sometimes God Himself executed the punishment (Lev 10:1-3; 2 Sam 6:1-7), and other times it was carried out by Israel's leaders (Ex 32:19-28). In the New Testament, God does not call Christians to put anyone to death, but has delegated that authority solely to the governments of this world (Rom 13:1-6), or He does it Himself (Acts 5:1-11; 1 Cor 11:30; 1 John 5:16). Personal sins that impact only the believer are differentiated from sins that harm others. Divine discipline is only related to our time on earth, as there will be no need for discipline in the eternal state (Rev 21:3-4).      Many Christians rightfully suffer because of their sinful lifestyle (1 Pet 4:15), and those who persist in their sin will eventually die by the hand of the Lord. Such a death is the pinnacle of suffering in this life, but we should never conclude that it means suffering for eternity. All believers are eternally secure in Christ. At the moment of salvation, all believers are given eternal life and imputed with God's righteousness (John 3:16; 10:28; Rom 5:17; 2 Cor 5:21; Phil 3:9). They are forever kept by the power of God and cannot forfeit their salvation (John 10:29; Rom 8:38-39). This means that when believers die—whatever the cause—they are guaranteed heaven as their eternal home. At the resurrection, the Christian is guaranteed a new body just the like body of our Lord Jesus, which has no sin (Phil 3:20-21).  Summary      It is possible for a Christian to sin, and to sin as badly as any unbeliever. However, unlike the unbeliever, God disciplines His own (Heb 12:5-11), and, if necessary, disciplines to the point of death (1 Cor 11:30; 1 John 5:16). This need not be the case. The Christian is called to a life of holiness (1 Pet 1:15-16), and this means learning to walk with God and do His will. Though we still possess a sin nature, Christians know victory because of our union with Christ (Rom 6:6, 11-13), and our walk of faith (Heb 10:38; 11:6). When filled with the Spirit (Eph 5:18), and walking by means of the Spirit (Gal 5:16), we can learn to embrace trials and even rejoice in them (Rom 5:3-5; Jam 1:2-4). Dr. Steven R. Cook _______   [1] Zane C. Hodges, “Hebrews,” in The Bible Knowledge Commentary: An Exposition of the Scriptures, vol. 2 (Wheaton, IL: Victor Books, 1985), 810. [2] Warren W. Wiersbe, The Bible Exposition Commentary, vol. 2 (Wheaton, IL: Victor Books, 1996), 324. [3] William Arndt et al., A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000), 748. [4] Ibid., 749. [5] Warren W. Wiersbe, The Bible Exposition Commentary, vol. 2, 324. [6] William MacDonald, Believer's Bible Commentary: Old and New Testaments, ed. Arthur Farstad (Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1995), 2203. [7] John H. Jowett, Life in the Heights: Studies in the Epistles (New York, Bible House Publications, 1925), 260-261. [8] Paul S. Karleen, The Handbook to Bible Study: With a Guide to the Scofield Study System (New York: Oxford University Press, 1987), 359. [9] There were certain laws under the Old Testament that brought the death penalty: intentional murder (Ex 21:12-14; cf. Gen 9:6), attacking or cursing a parent (Ex 21:15), kidnapping (Ex 21:16), habitual rebellion against God (Deut 17:12), sacrificing to pagan gods (Ex 22:20), cursing God (Lev 24:15-16), working on the Sabbath (Ex 35:2), being a false prophet and leading Israelites into idolatry (Deut 13:1-5), religious human sacrifice (Lev 20:2), the practice of divination, sorcery or witchcraft (Ex 22:18; Deut 18:9-14), adultery and premarital sex (Lev 20:10-14; 21:9; Deut 22:20-22), sex with an animal (Ex 22:19; Lev 20:15-16), incest (Lev 20:11-12, 14), homosexuality (Lev 18:22; 20:13), and the rape of a married woman (Deut 22:25-27).

A hombros de gigantes
A hombros de gigantes - Primer aniversario de la erupción del Tajogaite en la isla de La Palma - 17/09/22

A hombros de gigantes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 55:49


Este lunes 19 de septiembre se cumple un año del inicio de la erupción del volcán de La Palma. La isla se recupera poco a poco porque fueron muchos los daños en infraestructuras y el riesgo volcánico (emanaciones de gases, temperaturas, inestabilidad del terreno en el cono y las coladas) permanece en algunos lugares. Ha sido la primera erupción en Canarias en la que la respuesta científica y el seguimiento de todo el proceso ha sido extremadamente profesional. Hemos entrevistado a Juana Vegas, investigadora del Instituto Geológico y Minero de España. Silbia López de Lacalle nos ha hablado de la abundancia de mundos acuáticos más allá de nuestro Sistema Solar, con testimonios de Rafael Luque (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía y Universidad de Chicago). Con Lluis Montoliu hemos comentado un reciente estudio dirigido por Manel Esteller, que ha descubierto que las personas que guardan un gran parecido físico sin ser parientes también comparten variantes genéticas. Jesús Martínez Frías nos ha informado de una roca lunar, desprendida por un antiguo impacto, que acompaña a la Tierra en su órbita alrededor del Sol. Con Javier Ablanque, y gracias a nuestra máquina del tiempo, nos hemos embarcado en el Titánic (1ª Parte). Hemos reseñado los libros “Diferentes”, de Frans de Waal (Tusquets Editores); “Las palabras de la ciencia. Historias sobre el lenguaje científico y los hechos que explica”, de Miguel Alcíbar (Guadalmazán); “La lira desafinada de Pitágoras. Como la música inspiró a la ciencia para entender el mundo” de Almudena Martín Castro (HasperCollins), y “La contaminación lumínica”, de Alicia Peregrina López (CSIC-Catarata). Escuchar audio

Vuelo 616: Comic Airlines – La tecnologería
#42 - Thanos: Origen y El Guantelete del Infinito

Vuelo 616: Comic Airlines – La tecnologería

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 70:53


En nuestra vuelta al universo Marvel, viajamos a Titán para descubrir a Thanos a través de dos obras fundamentales: Thanos: Origen de Simone Bianchi y Jason Aaron, y El Guantelete del Infinito de Jim Starlin. Ambas obras nos darán una visión completa del personaje y sus motivaciones, y nos descubrirán la historia de este personaje […] Lee la entrada completa en #42 - Thanos: Origen y El Guantelete del Infinito.

A hombros de gigantes
A hombros de gigantes - Primer aniversario de la erupción del Tajogaite en la isla de La Palma - 17/09/22

A hombros de gigantes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 55:49


Este lunes 19 de septiembre se cumple un año del inicio de la erupción del volcán de La Palma. La isla se recupera poco a poco porque fueron muchos los daños en infraestructuras y el riesgo volcánico (emanaciones de gases, temperaturas, inestabilidad del terreno en el cono y las coladas) permanece en algunos lugares. Ha sido la primera erupción en Canarias en la que la respuesta científica y el seguimiento de todo el proceso ha sido extremadamente profesional. Hemos entrevistado a Juana Vegas, investigadora del Instituto Geológico y Minero de España. Silbia López de Lacalle nos ha hablado de la abundancia de mundos acuáticos más allá de nuestro Sistema Solar, con testimonios de Rafael Luque (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía y Universidad de Chicago). Con Lluis Montoliu hemos comentado un reciente estudio dirigido por Manel Esteller, que ha descubierto que las personas que guardan un gran parecido físico sin ser parientes también comparten variantes genéticas. Jesús Martínez Frías nos ha informado de una roca lunar, desprendida por un antiguo impacto, que acompaña a la Tierra en su órbita alrededor del Sol. Con Javier Ablanque, y gracias a nuestra máquina del tiempo, nos hemos embarcado en el Titánic (1ª Parte). Hemos reseñado los libros “Diferentes”, de Frans de Waal (Tusquets Editores); “Las palabras de la ciencia. Historias sobre el lenguaje científico y los hechos que explica”, de Miguel Alcíbar (Guadalmazán); “La lira desafinada de Pitágoras. Como la música inspiró a la ciencia para entender el mundo” de Almudena Martín Castro (HasperCollins), y “La contaminación lumínica”, de Alicia Peregrina López (CSIC-Catarata). Escuchar audio

Branding Profesional con Alberto Conesa
48# Aumenta tus ventas, ven a WinAlways!! - Para Inmobiliarios

Branding Profesional con Alberto Conesa

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 8:22


Vuelve a terreno de juego, con más fuerza que nunca, el 11 y 12 de noviembre el evento que marcará un antes y un después en tu agencia inmobiliaria 📊 Se celebrará en Madrid, en el Hotel Puerta América, a todo nivel. 🔝 No puedes perdértelo Titán.💸 Te dejo el enlace para que puedas acceder a las entradas tanto para ti como para tus acompañantes. 👇🏻 🎫 https://brandingcenter.thrivecart.com/winalways-2022/ 🌎 https://eventowinalways.com/ 👉🏻 Dentro podcast, Salud Titán. 🎧 Escucha el podcast completo y compártelo con las personas que te importan. 🎯 Visita BrandingCenter.es y mira las formaciones y servicios para agencias y agentes inmobiliarios. ✅ ¡Síguenos en las redes sociales, en #Spotify y en podcast de #apple para que te mantengas constantemente actualizado! . . . #planificacion #éxito #dinero #tips #agenciainmobiliaria #conocimientos #oportunidad #formacioninmobiliario #waltdisney #tiposdeclientes #secretosdelasreferencias #percepcióndevalor #winalways #eventoinmobilairio #inmobilairiosinconformistas

Savvy Radio Show
#703 12 Power Principles for Success -Bob Proctor-

Savvy Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 32:25


1. Risk must be taken 2. Suffering 3. Only a person who risks is free 4. Risk is not gambling 5. Core beliefs 6.Tit for tat 7. Big trees grow from small seeds 8. Failing will never make you a failure unless you quit 9.  Success is not reaching the goal. Success is moving toward goal 10. Rainy day. 11. Inner slavery 12. Great resistance 13. Take real risks 14. Higher respect 15. At this point 16. George Bernard Shaw 17.  Earl Nightingale 18. Visualize 19. More important than IQ 20. Helen Keller Do you have any ideas/questions? Share some feedback go to www.savvypodcast.com

Reconciled521/FBC
Submission as a mark of a Spirit filled wife (Ephesians 5:22-24) Gideon Macgovern Mpeni

Reconciled521/FBC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 50:27


Coming to the end of the Ephesians 5:22-24 sermon series we come to affirm as it is stated in the Danvers statement that distinctions in masculine and feminine roles are ordained by God as part of the created order, and should find an echo in every human heart (Gen 2:18, 21-24; 1 Cor 11:7-9; 1Tim 2:12-14). We there echo as a body of believers that; 1. Both Adam and Eve were created in God's image, equal before God as persons and distinct in their manhood and womanhood (Gen 1:26-27, 2:18) Therefore , WE AFFIRM that God has designed marriage to be a covenantal, sexual, procreative, lifelong union of one man and one woman, as husband and wife, and is meant to signify the covenant love between Christ and his bride the church. WE DENY that God has designed marriage to be a homosexual, polygamous, or polyamorous relationship. We also deny that marriage is a mere human contract rather than a covenant made before God. And to that end, WE AFFIRM that God's revealed will for all people is chastity outside of marriage and fidelity within marriage. WE DENY that any affections, desires, or commitments ever justify sexual intercourse before or outside marriage; nor do they justify any form of sexual immorality. We submit to the testament of the Word of God that the Fall introduced distortions into the relationships between men and women (Gen 3:1-7, 12, 16). o In the home, the husband's loving, humble headship tends to be replaced by domination or passivity; the wife's intelligent, willing submission tends to be replaced by usurpation or servility. o In the church, sin inclines men toward a worldly love of power or an abdication of spiritual responsibility, and inclines women to resist limitations on their roles or to neglect the use of their gifts in appropriate ministries. This we state while maintaining that distinctions in masculine and feminine roles are ordained by God as part of the created order, and should find an echo in every human heart (Gen 2:18, 21-24; 1 Cor 11:7-9; 1 Tim 2:12-14). We Give Praise to God for His Sovereign Grace that we know that redemption in Christ aims at removing the distortions introduced by the curse. o In the family, husbands should forsake harsh or selfish leadership and grow in love and care for their wives; wives should forsake resistance to their husbands' authority and grow in willing, joyful submission to their husbands' leadership (Eph 5:21-33; Col 3:18-19; Tit 2:3-5; 1 Pet 3:1-7). o In the church, redemption in Christ gives men and women an equal share in the blessings of salvation; nevertheless, some governing and teaching roles within the church are restricted to men (Gal 3:28; 1 Cor 11:2-16; 1 Tim 2:11-15). Therefore it's not true, as some feminists charge, that Christianity is anti-female and horribly oppressive to women. In fact, nothing has elevated the status and value of women as biblical Christianity.

Thinking on Scripture with Dr. Steven R. Cook
Qualifications for Church Elder

Thinking on Scripture with Dr. Steven R. Cook

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 46:26


Introduction      In 1 Timothy 3:1-7, Paul set forth 15 qualifications for church leaders. In Titus 1:5-9, he presented 17 qualifications. Though similar in most ways, the two lists differ slightly. Each list served either as a general guideline, or was specifically tailored by the apostle Paul for each church-group to whom he was writing. I tend to think Paul was providing a general list of characteristics that one would like to see when considering a person as an elder in the church. Paul's list of qualifications for overseer in 1 Timothy 3:1-7      Paul moved from a discussion about authority in the church (1 Tim 2:11-12) to the office and qualities of an overseer in the local assembly. Paul said, “It is a trustworthy statement: if any man aspires to the office of overseer, it is a fine work he desires to do” (1 Tim 3:1). The term overseer (ἐπισκοπή episkope) refers to “engagement in oversight, supervision, of leaders of Christian communities.”[1] The term overseer appears to be synonymous with elder (πρεσβύτερος presbuteros) and pastor (ποιμήν poimen), as these terms are used interchangeably in the New Testament (Acts 20:17, 28; Tit 1:5-7; 1 Pet 5:1-3). Beginning his list of qualities for overseers, Paul states: "An overseer, then, must be above reproach, the husband of one wife, temperate, prudent, respectable, hospitable, able to teach, 3 not addicted to wine or pugnacious, but gentle, peaceable, free from the love of money. 4 He must be one who manages his own household well, keeping his children under control with all dignity 5 (but if a man does not know how to manage his own household, how will he take care of the church of God?), 6 and not a new convert, so that he will not become conceited and fall into the condemnation incurred by the devil. 7 And he must have a good reputation with those outside the church, so that he will not fall into reproach and the snare of the devil." (1 Tim 3:2-7) Above reproach (ἀνεπίλημπτος anepilemptos) means there must be nothing observable in an overseer's life that others can take hold of and legitimately criticize him for. This requires sound doctrinal thinking by the church and time to observe the candidate. Sadly, Satan will always have those who oppose a good candidate, and where a genuine flaw cannot be found, one can be manufactured, in order to disqualify an elder candidate. This sort of false attack was certainly true for the Lord Jesus, whom the Pharisees and Sadducees had called “a gluttonous man and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners!” (Matt 11:19). Surely, their estimation should not count. The husband of one wife (μιᾶς γυναικὸς ἄνδρα), is literally, a one-woman man. This phrase is somewhat ambiguous. Certainly it prohibits polygamy. I take the phrase to mean the overseer must have his affections directed solely to his wife. However, some Bible teachers take the phrase to include men who have been divorced and remarried (Wiersbe). According to Duane Litfin, “The reasoning behind this view is usually that divorce represents a failure in the home, so that even though a man may be forgiven for any sin involved, he remains permanently disqualified for leadership in the congregation (cf. vv. 4–5; 1 Cor 9:24–27).”[2]One must consider this matter carefully, for though the church must select qualified men to serve as overseers, it must also guard against weaponizing these qualifications to rule out good candidates. Wisdom is needed. Temperate (νηφάλιος nephalios) “pertains to being very moderate in the drinking of an alcoholic beverage, temperate, sober.”[3] The Bible does not condemn drinking alcohol (John 2:1-10; 1 Tim 5:23), but it does prohibit drunkenness (Eph 5:18; cf. 1 Cor 11:21). This is because alcohol can impair a person's thinking and behavior, which must always be under control. A church elder must always be able to think, and to think doctrinally in order to lead effectively. Prudent (σώφρων sophron) “pertains to being in control of oneself, thoughtful, self-controlled.”[4] This means he must take his work in the church seriously and be disciplined. Of course, this does not mean he is not friendly or jovial, for one with a dour personality will not last long in church leadership. Respectable (κόσμιος kosmios) means he must be orderly. Wiersbe states, “The pastor should be organized in his thinking and his living, as well as in his teaching and preaching.”[5] There is a discipline and ordered structure to the life of a church elder. Hospitable (φιλόξενος philoxenos) means he must love strangers. Elders should be friendly toward unbelievers (Rom 12:13; Heb 13:2), who must feel welcome in the local assembly, but also to Christians who might be traveling from city to city and looking for Christian fellowship (3 John 1:5-8). Able to teach (διδακτικός didaktikos) means he is skilled to teach others. This requires years of training and practice as a communicator of God's Word. There's no place for sloppiness in handling God's Word, and judgment will fall upon the one who does (Jam 3:1). Not addicted to wine (πάροινος paroinos) pertains “to one who is given to drinking too much wine.”[6] This touches on the matter of maintaining self-control in one's thoughts and actions, which is forfeited when intoxicated. The Bible clearly prohibits and condemns drunkenness (Eph 5:18; 1 Cor 11:21). Not pugnacious (πλήκτης plektes) refers to a person who is “a striker, one apt to strike; a quarrelsome, violent person.”[7] Such behavior is characteristic of a bully, and there's no place for bullies in the church. Charles Spurgeon used to tell his students, “Don't go about the world with your fist doubled up for fighting, carrying a theological revolver in the leg of your trousers.” Gentle (ἐπιεικής epieikes) describes the believer who is “not insisting on every right of letter of law or custom, yielding, gentle, kind, courteous, tolerant.”[8] Where God's Word is silent, the overseer will make room for others in the church to exercise their preferences. Peaceable (ἄμαχος amachos) means the Christian leader must “not be disposed to fight; not quarrelsome or contentious.”[9] He is one who, when possible, prefers peace in all situations. Elsewhere, Paul said, “If possible, so far as it depends on you, be at peace with all men” (Rom 12:18). Free from the love of money (ἀφιλάργυρος aphilarguros) means “not fond of money, not covetous, generous.”[10] The one who loves money might be tempted to twist or compromise God's Word lest it offend a would-be giver. The writer to the Hebrews states, “Make sure that your character is free from the love of money, being content with what you have” (Heb 13:5a). A good family manager. Paul states, “He must be one who manages his own household well, keeping his children under control with all dignity 5 (but if a man does not know how to manage his own household, how will he take care of the church of God?)” (1 Tim 3:4-5). This means he must manage his home well, controlling his children—as best he can—while not throwing his dignity out the window. Paul's rationale is that if he cannot manage his own home life, he will not be able to manage the local church. According to Wiersbe, “This does not mean that a pastor must be married, or, if married, must have children. However, marriage and a family are probably in the will of God for most pastors. If a man's own children cannot obey and respect him, then his church is not likely to respect and obey his leadership.”[11] The overseer must a mature believer. Paul states the elder must “not be a new convert, so that he will not become conceited and fall into the condemnation incurred by the devil” (1 Tim 3:6). According to Litfin, “An overseer must not be a recent convert (neophyton, “neophyte”), lest his rapid advancement to leadership fill him with pride and conceit, and he experience the same kind of judgment that the devil incurred for his pride.”[12] He must have a good reputation with outsiders. Paul closed this section, saying, “And he must have a good reputation with those outside the church, so that he will not fall into reproach and the snare of the devil” (1 Tim 3:7). Thomas Constable states, “A good reputation with those outside the church is essential so that the elder will not bring reproach on the name of Christ and the church. Paul saw this as falling into disgrace and the snare of the devil.”[13] Warren Wiersbe asks, “Does he pay his bills? Does he have a good reputation among unsaved people with whom he does business? (see Col 4:5 and 1 Th 4:1).”[14] Additional Matters      Biblically, it appears God is the primary Person who selects elders to serve in His church. The Apostle Paul, when speaking with the elders at Ephesus, said, “Be on guard for yourselves and for all the flock, among which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to shepherd the church of God which He purchased with His own blood” (Acts 20:28). William MacDonald states: "Only the Holy Spirit of God can make a man an elder. This is clear in Acts 20:28. The Holy Spirit lays a burden on a man's heart to take up this important work and also equips him for it. It is impossible to make a man a bishop by voting him into office or by ordaining him. The responsibility of the local assembly is to recognize those men in its midst who have been made elders by God the Holy Spirit (1 Th 5:12-13). It is true that we find the appointment of elders in the book of Titus, but there it was simply a matter of Titus' singling out those men who had the qualifications of elders. At that time, the Christians did not have the NT in printed form, as we have it today. Therefore, they did not know what the exact qualifications for elders were. So Paul sent Titus to them with this information and instructed Titus to set apart those men who had been raised up by the Spirit of God for the work. The recognition of elders by a local assembly might be quite informal. It often happens that Christians instinctively know who their elders are because they have acquainted themselves with the qualifications of elders in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1."[15]      The Bible does not specify how many elders may serve in a church, or even what process is to be followed concerning their appointment to office. The church has the liberty to follow a relaxed or formal policy depending on its membership. Other qualifications for church elders are as follows: They consist of men only (1 Tim 3:2; Tit 1:6; cf. 1 Tim 2:12-14). They solved doctrinal problems in the church through biblical discussion and research (Acts 15:1-11, cf. Acts 16:4). They worked with “the whole church” in choosing men to send on a missionary journey (Acts 15:22). This is important because elders lead from the front, not the top. They work within the church, and with the church, serving as examples to the church, and not “lording” their authority over others (1 Pet 5:3). They received biblical instruction from Paul regarding the “whole counsel of God” (Acts 20:27). Today the elder spends the majority of his time studying Scripture so he can be spiritually prepared to meet his obligations as a church leader. Studying God's Word is important, for he cannot live what he does not know. They shepherded the church through general oversight (Acts 20:17; 28). They guarded against false teachers and their false doctrines, guiding believers into God's will, and feeding the church with the truths of Scripture (Acts 20:28-32; Eph 4:11-14, cf. Jer 3:15). All the elders were leaders (1 Th 5:12-13; Heb 13:7, 17), but only some functioned at “preaching and teaching” (1 Tim 5:17; cf. Eph 4:11-14). They were supported financially by those who benefitted from their oversight and teaching (Gal 6:6; 1 Tim 5:17-18). The elders offered support and prayer to fellow believers who were suffering (Jam 5:14). The first elders in Scripture had their place in the church by apostolic appointment. First, Paul appointed elders in Lystra, Iconium, and Antioch (Acts 14:21-23), and later, he commanded Titus to appoint elders in the church (Tit 1:5). Since we do not have apostles today, authority does not rest in a person, but Scripture alone. Church leadership is still appointed by God (Acts 20:28; cf. Eph 4:11), and the church recognizes leadership because they measure up to the qualifications set forth in Scripture (1 Tim 3:1-7; Tit 1:5-9).      The role of elder/overseer/pastor is very challenging. Though there are no perfect pastors, they must display a level of maturity and godly qualities to be eligible for leadership service in the local church. Pastors have huge responsibilities and often bear great burdens for those in the church (2 Cor 11:29). Today, a qualified pastor will devote many years to learning God's Word, which requires great discipline and financial cost, both for his education and library. Afterwards, he will often accept pay well below what he could have earned if he'd chosen another profession. Many pastors serve bivocationally (Paul was a tent maker who often paid for his own needs; Acts 18:3; 20:34), and some work purely as volunteers. These men need all the encouragement and support a congregation can provide, to help lift them up that they might stay the course and lead God's people in His will. ______________________________________   [1] William Arndt et al., A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000), 379. [2] A. Duane Litfin, “1 Timothy,” in The Bible Knowledge Commentary: An Exposition of the Scriptures, ed. J. F. Walvoord and R. B. Zuck, vol. 2 (Wheaton, IL: Victor Books, 1985), 736. [3] William Arndt, A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, 672. [4] Ibid., 987. [5] Warren W. Wiersbe, The Bible Exposition Commentary, vol. 2 (Wheaton, IL: Victor Books, 1996), 220. [6] William Arndt, A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, 780. [7] William D. Mounce, Mounce's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old & New Testament Words (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2006), 1246. [8] William Arndt, A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, 371. [9] William D. Mounce, Mounce's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old & New Testament Words, 1079. [10] Ibid., 1103. [11] Warren W. Wiersbe, The Bible Exposition Commentary, Vol 2, 221. [12] A. Duane Litfin, “1 Timothy,” in The Bible Knowledge Commentary, 737. [13] Tom Constable, Tom Constable's Expository Notes on the Bible (Galaxie Software, 2003), 1 Tim 3:2. [14] Warren W. Wiersbe, The Bible Exposition Commentary, Vol 2, 221. [15] William MacDonald, Believer's Bible Commentary: Old and New Testaments, ed. Arthur Farstad (Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1995), 2086.

The Dead Baby Bear Podcast
The Dead Baby Bear Podload: Well Planned Out Fake Fun

The Dead Baby Bear Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 54:33


Rush hour rage. Shanty towns. Sex in cars. Kathleen takes a right turn. Advice from Stephen Harper's wife. Fun times in the nation's capital. Lap dances to long songs. Sometimes the service is too good. Turning on customers. Restaurant review clapbacks. Tit progression. Dating app measurements. There'll never be a comic union. Chicken wings? How about shrimp. Trolling the troll. Kathleen sometimes listens to FOX News for fun. “That's how I can tell they're poor, their clothes suck!” Fentanyl eye patch. Butt stuff. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Thinking on Scripture with Dr. Steven R. Cook
The Christian's Spiritual Blessings

Thinking on Scripture with Dr. Steven R. Cook

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 67:20


     As God's children, we simultaneously live and operate in two realms. Physically, we live in the material world that God created (though damaged by our sin), and it is here we spend our time learning, working, playing, resting, and touching the lives of those whom God places in our path. It is here we must advance by learning God's Word and living wisely in His will (2 Tim 2:15; 3:16-17; 1 Pet 2:2; 2 Pet 3:18). Making good choices from day to day—rooted in God's Word—is paramount to this life, as well as the one to come. As believers, we are to “seek first His kingdom and His righteousness” (Matt 6:33), and trust that “God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus” (Phil 4:19). This requires faith (2 Cor 5:7; Heb 10:38; 11:6). But we also live in a spiritual realm that touches things real, but unseen. As Christians, we are to be led by God the Holy Spirit, to be “filled with the Spirit” (Eph 5:18), and to “walk by the Spirit” (Gal 5:16). Furthermore, we face attacks from the spiritual realm, as Paul warns us that “our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places” (Eph 6:12). As advancing Christians, we are to “be filled with the knowledge of His will in all spiritual wisdom and understanding” (Col 1:9). And because the mind is the primary battleground, “We are destroying speculations and every lofty thing raised up against the knowledge of God, and we are taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ” (2 Cor 10:5). Knowledge of God and His Word provides a basis for living effectively in both the physical and spiritual realm. God's Word reveals He's provided us a portfolio of spiritual blessings that benefit us in this life and, if understood and applied, will result in great rewards in the eternal state (1 Cor 3:14-15; 2 Cor 5:10).      Living in the dispensation of the church age, God has bestowed on us many good things. Though He blesses some Christians materially (1 Tim 6:17-19), His main focus is on giving us spiritual blessings which are far better. Paul wrote that God “has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ” (Eph 1:3). According to Harold Hoehner, “Every spiritual blessing (eulogia) refers to every spiritual enrichment needed for the spiritual life. Since these benefits have already been bestowed on believers, they should not ask for them but rather appropriate them by faith.”[1]Warren Wiersbe states: "In the Old Testament, God promised His earthly people, Israel, material blessings as a reward for their obedience (Deut 28:1–13). Today, He promises to supply all our needs “according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus” (Phil 4:19), but He does not promise to shield us from either poverty or pain. The Father has given us every blessing of the Spirit, everything we need for a successful, satisfying Christian life. The spiritual is far more important than the material."[2] Some of our spiritual blessings are as follows: We are the special objects of His love: “God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us” (Rom 5:8), and “In this is love, not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son to be the propitiation for our sins” (1 John 4:10). We are forgiven all our sins: “When you were dead in your transgressions and the uncircumcision of your flesh, He made you alive together with Him, having forgiven us all our transgressions, 14 having canceled out the certificate of debt consisting of decrees against us, which was hostile to us; and He has taken it out of the way, having nailed it to the cross” (Col 2:13-14; cf. Eph 1:7; Heb 10:10-14). We are given eternal life: Jesus said, “My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me; 28 and I give eternal life to them, and they will never perish; and no one will snatch them out of My hand (John 10:27-28; cf. John 3:16; 20:31). We are made alive together with Christ: “God, being rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, 5 even when we were dead in our transgressions, made us alive together with Christ” (Eph 2:4-5). We are raised up and seated with Christ: God “raised us up with Him, and seated us with Him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus” (Eph 2:6). We are the recipients of God's grace: “For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; 9 not as a result of works, so that no one may boast” (Eph 2:8-9). We are created to perform good works: “We are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand so that we would walk in them” (Eph 2:10). We are given freedom in Christ: “It was for freedom that Christ set us free; therefore keep standing firm and do not be subject again to a yoke of slavery” (Gal 5:1; cf. Gal 5:13; 1 Pet 2:16). We are given a spiritual gift to serve others: “As each one has received a special gift, employ it in serving one another as good stewards of the manifold grace of God” (1 Pet 4:10; cf. Rom 12:6-8; Eph 4:11). We are children of God: “See how great a love the Father has bestowed on us, that we would be called children of God; and such we are” (1 John 3:1a; cf. John 3:6; Gal 3:26; 1 Pet 1:23; Tit 3:5). We are made ambassadors for Christ: “We are ambassadors for Christ, as though God were making an appeal through us; we beg you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God” (2 Cor 5:20). We are gifted with God's righteousness: “He made Him who knew no sin to be sin on our behalf, so that we might become the righteousness of God in Him” (2 Cor 5:21; cf. Rom 4:3-5; 5:17; Phil 3:9). We are justified before God: “Being justified as a gift by His grace through the redemption which is in Christ Jesus…For we maintain that a man is justified by faith apart from works of the Law” (Rom 3:24, 28). We have peace with God: “Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ” (Rom 5:1). We will never be condemned: “Therefore there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus” (Rom 8:1). We are given citizenship in heaven: “For our citizenship is in heaven, from which also we eagerly wait for a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ” (Phil 3:20). We are transferred to the kingdom of Christ: “For He rescued us from the domain of darkness, and transferred us to the kingdom of His beloved Son” (Col 1:13; cf. Acts 26:18; 1 Th 2:12). We are all saints in Christ Jesus: “So then you are no longer strangers and aliens, but you are fellow citizens with the saints, and are of God's household” (Eph 2:19; cf. Eph 1:18-19). We are made priests to God: “He has made us to be a kingdom, priests to His God and Father—to Him be the glory and the dominion forever and ever. Amen.” (Rev 1:6). We are God's chosen: “He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world, that we would be holy and blameless before Him” (Eph 1:4; cf. Rom 8:29-33). We are the recipients of His faithfulness: “He Himself has said, ‘I will never desert you, nor will I ever forsake you'” (Heb 13:5; cf. Phil 1:6; 1 Th 5:24). We have been raised with Christ to walk in newness of life: “We have been buried with Him through baptism into death, so that as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life” (Rom 6:4; cf. Rom 6:10-13). We are members of the Church, the body of Christ: “For just as we have many members in one body and all the members do not have the same function, 5 so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another” (Rom 12:4-5), and “He put all things in subjection under His feet, and gave Him as head over all things to the church, 23 which is His body, the fullness of Him who fills all in all” (Eph 1:22-23; cf. Col 1:18). We are indwelt with the Holy Spirit: “Do you not know that you are a temple of God and that the Spirit of God dwells in you? (1 Cor 3:16; cf. 1 Cor 6:19). We are sealed with the Holy Spirit: “having also believed, you were sealed in Him with the Holy Spirit of promise” (Eph 1:13b; cf. 2 Cor 5:5). We are enabled to walk with God: “I say, walk by the Spirit, and you will not carry out the desire of the flesh” (Gal 5:16). We are empowered to live godly: “His divine power has granted to us everything pertaining to life and godliness, through the true knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and excellence” (2 Pet 1:3). We have Scripture to train us in righteousness: “All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; 17 so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work” (2 Tim 3:16-17). We are guaranteed a new home in heaven: “In My Father's house are many dwelling places; if it were not so, I would have told you; for I go to prepare a place for you. 3 If I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to Myself, that where I am, there you may be also” (John 14:2-3). We are guaranteed resurrection bodies: “I tell you a mystery; we will not all sleep, but we will all be changed, 52 in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet; for the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed. 53 For this perishable must put on the imperishable, and this mortal must put on immortality” (1 Cor 15:51-53). We have special access to God's throne of grace: “Let us draw near with confidence to the throne of grace, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need” (Heb 4:16). We will be glorified in eternity: “When Christ, who is our life, is revealed, then you also will be revealed with Him in glory” (Col 3:4), for Christ “will transform the body of our humble state into conformity with the body of His glory, by the exertion of the power that He has even to subject all things to Himself” (Phil 3:21)      In these blessings from God we observe “the riches of His grace” (Eph 1:7). These are bestowed on us at the moment we trusted Christ as our Savior, and we come to know and appreciate them the more we study God's Word and grasp His goodness toward us. Such blessings are intended to motivate us to service, to live a life in appreciation for all God has done for us. With Paul, “I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened, so that you will know what is the hope of His calling, what are the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints, 19 and what is the surpassing greatness of His power toward us who believe” (Eph 1:18-19a).     [1] Harold W. Hoehner, “Ephesians,” in The Bible Knowledge Commentary: An Exposition of the Scriptures, ed. J. F. Walvoord and R. B. Zuck, vol. 2 (Wheaton, IL: Victor Books, 1985), 616. [2] Warren W. Wiersbe, The Bible Exposition Commentary, vol. 2 (Wheaton, IL: Victor Books, 1996), 9.

Thinking on Scripture with Dr. Steven R. Cook
Christians Are Under the Law of Christ

Thinking on Scripture with Dr. Steven R. Cook

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 57:05


     God gives law to humans living in every age. He gave commands to the first humans living in the sinless environment of the Garden of Eden (Gen 1:26-30; 2:15-17). He gave commands to Noah (Gen 6-9). He gave commands to Abraham (Gen 12:1; 17:10-14). He gave commands to the Israelites—known as the Mosaic Law—after delivering them from their bondage in Egypt (Ex 20 - Deut 34). He has given commands to Christians (Romans 1 to Revelation 3). These biblical distinctions are important, for though all Scripture is written for the benefit of the Christian, only some portions of it speak specifically to him and command his walk with the Lord. Just as the Christian would not try to obey the commands God gave to Adam in Genesis 1-2, or the commands God gave to Noah in Genesis 6-9, so he should not try to obey the commands God gave to Israel in Exodus through Deuteronomy. Romans chapter 1 through Revelation chapter 3 marks the specific body of Scripture that directs the Christian life both regarding specific commands and divine principles. Charles Ryrie states: "Adam lived under laws, the sum of which may be called the code of Adam or the code of Eden. Noah was expected to obey the laws of God, so there was a Noahic code. We know that God revealed many commands and laws to Abraham (Gen 26:5). They may be called the Abrahamic code. The Mosaic code contained all the laws of the Law. And today we live under the law of Christ (Gal 6:2) or the law of the Spirit of life in Christ (Rom 8:2). This code contains the hundreds of specific commandments recorded in the New Testament."[1]      Israel and the Church are both the people of God, but they operate under distinct law codes. The Mosaic Law was given specifically to the nation of Israel and referred to “the statutes and ordinances and laws which the LORD established between Himself and the sons of Israel through Moses at Mount Sinai” (Lev 26:46). The Mosaic Law revealed the holy character of God (Lev 11:45; cf. Rom 7:12), was given specifically to Israel circa 1445 BC (Lev 27:34), was regarded as a unit of laws (613 total), was to be taken as a whole (Gal 3:10; 5:3; Jam 2:10) and existed for nearly 1500 years before being rendered inoperative (Heb 7:18; 8:13; cf. Rom 7:1-4). Jesus was born under the Mosaic Law (Gal 4:4), and directed others to abide by it (Matt 8:1-4; 23:1-3). However, on the night before He was crucified, Jesus provided teaching to His disciples that pertained to the dispensation of the Church (John chapters 13-17); then He went to the cross and died for our sins, just as He'd prophesied (Matt 16:21; 17:22-23; 20:18-19; Mark 10:45).      The Mosaic Law was never a means of justification before God, as that has always been by faith alone in God and His promises (Rom 3:24-28; 4:1-5; Gal 2:16, 21; 3:21; Eph 2:8-9). Over time, the Mosaic Law became perverted into a system of works whereby men sought to earn their salvation before God. Merrill F. Unger states: "By nature the Law is not grace (Rom 10:5; Gal 3:10; Heb 10:28). It is holy, righteous, good, and spiritual (Rom 7:12, 14). In its ministry it declares and proves all men guilty (Rom 3:19). Yet it justifies no one (Rom 3:20). It cannot impart righteousness or life (Gal 3:21). It causes offenses to abound (Rom 5:20; 7:7-13; 1 Cor 15:56). It served as an instructor until Christ appeared (Gal 3:24). In relationship to the believer, the Law emphatically does not save anyone (Gal 2:21). A believer does not live under the Law (Rom 6:14; 8:4), but he stands and grows in grace (Rom 5:2; 2 Pet 3:18). The nation, Israel, alone was the recipient of the Law (Ex 20:2)."[2]      The New Testament reveals the Mosaic Law was regarded as a “yoke” which Israel had not “been able to bear” because their sinful flesh was weak (Acts 15:1-11). There is no fault with the Mosaic Law, for it “is holy, and the commandment is holy and righteous and good” (Rom 7:12). The Mosaic Law is holy because it comes from God who is holy. Because the Mosaic Law is holy, it exposes the faults of people and shows them to be sinful (Rom 3:20), and among many, it actually stimulates their sinful nature (Rom 5:20; 7:7-8).      Paul made clear that the Mosaic Law was not the rule of life for the Christian. He even referred to it as a “ministry of death” (2 Cor 3:7) and a “ministry of condemnation” (2 Cor 3:9). Paul stated that it was intended to be temporary (Gal 3:19), that it was never the basis for justification (Gal 2:16, 21; 3:21, Rom 24-28; 4:1-5; Eph 2:8-9), but was intended to lead people to Christ that they may be justified by faith (Gal 3:24). Now that Christ has come and fulfilled every aspect of the Law and died on the cross, the Mosaic Law, in its entirety, has been rendered inoperative as a rule of life (Matt 5:17-18; Rom 10:1-4; Heb 8:13). According to Fruchtenbaum, “As a rule of life, the Law of Moses was temporary … [and] came to an end with the death of the Messiah.”[3] The Christian living in the dispensation of the church age is now under the Law of Christ (1 Cor 9:21; Gal 6:2).      God is the Author of both the Mosaic Law as well as the Law of Christ; therefore, it is not surprising that He chose to incorporate some of the laws He gave to Israel into the law-code which He has given to the Church. When trying to understand which laws have carried over and which have not, the general rule is: what God has not restated, has been altogether abrogated. Charles Ryrie states, “The Mosaic Law was done away in its entirety as a code. It has been replaced by the law of Christ. The law of Christ contains some new commands (1 Tim 4:4), some old ones (Rom 13:9), and some revised ones (Rom 13:4, with reference to capital punishment).”[4] The Church is no more under the Mosaic Law than a Canadian is under US law, as laws only have authority to its citizenry. Thomas Constable states: "The law of Christ is the code of commandments under which Christians live. Some of the commandments Christ and His apostles gave us are the same as those that Moses gave the Israelites. However, this does not mean that we are under the Mosaic Code. Residents of the United States live under a code of laws that is similar to, but different from, the code of laws that govern residents of England. Some of our laws are the same as theirs, and others are different. Because some laws are the same we should not conclude that the codes are the same. Christians no longer live under the Mosaic Law; we live under a new code, the law of Christ (cf. 5:1)."[5]      Though rendered inoperative as a rule of life, the Mosaic Law can be used to teach such things as God's holiness, people's sinfulness, the need for atonement, and the ultimate need for people to trust in Christ for salvation (Rom 3:10-25; 5:20; 10:1-4). All Scripture is for us, though not all Scripture is to us (1 Cor 10:11). And being under the grace-system does not mean believers are without law and can therefore sin as they please (Rom 6:14-16; Tit 2:11-12). The New Testament speaks of “the perfect law of liberty” (Jam 1:25), “the royal law” (Jam 2:8), the “Law of Christ” (Gal 6:2), and “the law of the spirit of life in Christ Jesus” (Rom 8:2). Henry Thiessen states: "The believer has been made free from the law, but liberty does not mean license. To offset this danger of antinomianism, the Scriptures teach that we have not only been delivered from the law, but also “joined to another, to Him who was raised from the dead, that we might bear fruit for God” (Rom 7:4). We are thus not “without the law of God but under the law of Christ” (1 Cor 9:21; cf. Gal 6:2). Freedom from law should not result in license, but love (Gal 5:13; cf. 1 Pet 2:16). The believer is, consequently, to keep his eyes on Christ as his example and teacher, and by the Holy Spirit to fulfill his law (Rom 8:4; Gal 5:18)."[6] Arnold Fruchtenbaum adds: "The Law of Moses has been disannulled and we are now under a new law. This new law is called the Law of Christ in Galatians 6:2 and the Law of the Spirit of Life in Romans 8:2. This is a brand new law, totally separate from the Law of Moses. The Law of Christ contains all the individual commandments from Christ and the Apostles applicable to a New Testament believer. A simple comparison of the details will show that it is not and cannot be the same as the Law of Moses. Four observations are worth noting. First, many commandments are the same as those of the Law of Moses. For example, nine of the Ten Commandments are also in the Law of Christ. But, second, many are different from the Law of Moses. For example, there is no Sabbath law now (Rom 14:5; Col 2:16) and no dietary code (Mark 7:19; Rom 14:20). Third, some commandments in the Law of Moses are intensified by the Law of Christ. The Law of Moses said: love thy neighbor as thyself (Lev 19:18). This made man the standard. The Law of Christ said: love one another, even as I have loved you (John 15:12). This makes the Messiah the standard and He loved us enough to die for us. Fourth, the Law of the Messiah provides a new motivation. The Law of Moses was based on the conditional Mosaic Covenant and so the motivation was: do, in order to be blessed. The Law of Christ is based on the unconditional New Covenant and so the motivation is: you have been and are blessed, therefore, do. The reason there is so much confusion over the relationship of the Law of Moses and the Law of Christ is that many commandments are similar to those found in the Mosaic Law, and many have concluded that certain sections of the law have, therefore, been retained."[7]      The Church is not Israel and is not under the Mosaic Law as the rule for life. Just as OT saints had a clear body of Scripture which guided their walk with the Lord (Exodus 20 through Deuteronomy 34), so NT saints have a body of Scripture that guides us (Romans 1 through Revelation 3). According to Fruchtenbaum, “The rule of life for the saint today is found in the epistles of the New Testament. As with the Law of Moses, instructions and commandments of the New Testament are not the means of salvation but they are a ‘heavenly rule of life' for those who are heavenly citizens through the power of God.”[8] Christians living under the Law of Christ have both positive and negative commands that direct their lives. Where the Scripture does not provide specific commands, it gives divine principles that guide the Christian's walk (i.e., to walk in love, to glorify God in all things, etc.).      In Scripture, we learn that Israel is a nation (Ex 19:6), but the church is not a nation (Rom 10:19). God's program for Israel focused on the land promised to Abraham (Gen 12:1; 15:18; 17:8), whereas the church is called to go out to many lands (Matt 28:19-20; Acts 1:8). Israel was mentioned throughout the Old Testament and recognized by other nations (Num 14:15; Josh 5:1), but the church was a mystery not known in the Old Testament (Eph 3:1-6; Col 1:26-27; cf. Rom 16:25-26).[9] Israel was under “the Law” of Moses (John 1:17), whereas the Church is under the “Law of Christ” (1 Cor 9:21; Gal 6:2). Israel had a priesthood that was specific to the tribe of Levi (Num 3:6-7), whereas all Christians are priests to God (Rev 1:6). Israel worshipped first at the Tabernacle and later the Temple (Ex 40:18-38; 2 Ch 8:14-16), but for Christians, their body is the temple of the Lord and they gather locally where they want (1 Cor 6:19-20; cf. 1 Cor 16:19; Col 4:15). Israel offered animal sacrifices to God (Lev 4:1-35), but Christians offer spiritual sacrifices (1 Pet 2:5; cf. Rom 12:1; Heb 13:15). Israel was required to tithe from the produce of their land (Deut 14:22-23; 28-29; Num 18:21), but there is no tithe required from Christians, only a joyful attitude when giving, “for God loves a cheerful giver” (2 Cor 9:7).   [1] Charles Ryrie, Basic Theology (Chicago, IL: Moody Press, 1999), 351. [2] Merrill F. Unger, Unger's Commentary on the Old Testament (Chattanooga, TN., AMG Publishers, 2002), 125. [3] Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum, Israelology: The Missing Link in Systematic Theology, Rev. ed. (Tustin, CA: Ariel Ministries, 1994), 373. [4] Charles Ryrie, Basic Theology (Chicago, IL: Moody Press, 1999), 351-52. [5] Tom Constable, Tom Constable's Expository Notes on the Bible (Galaxie Software, 2003), Gal. 6:2. [6] Henry Clarence Thiessen and Vernon D. Doerksen, Lectures in Systematic Theology (Grand Rapids, MI; Cambridge: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1979), 171. [7] Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum, Israelology: The Missing Link in Systematic Theology, Rev. ed. (Tustin, CA: Ariel Ministries, 1994), 650-51. [8] Ibid., 379. [9] A mystery (musterion) is something “which in other ages was not made known to the sons of men, as it has now been revealed by the Spirit to His holy apostles and prophets” (Eph. 3:5). Paul then states what that mystery is, “that the Gentiles should be fellow heirs, of the same body, and partakers of His promise in Christ through the gospel” (Eph. 3:6).

Thinking on Scripture with Dr. Steven R. Cook
Tares Among the Wheat - Part 17 - Demons and How They Influence Mankind

Thinking on Scripture with Dr. Steven R. Cook

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 52:34


     As Christians, we face social, political and religious attacks in our day, and there are dark spiritual forces at work driving much of what we see. Scripture is very clear when it says, “our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places” (Eph 6:12). These demonic forces are behind every act of terror the world has ever known, and their activity is tireless. However, God always remains sovereign (Psa 10:16; 103:19; 135:6; Isa 45:5-7; Dan 4:35), and His plan for ages continues, as He “works all things after the counsel of His will” (Eph 1:11), calling people to faith in Christ (John 3:16; 2 Pet 3:9), to advance to spiritual maturity (1 Cor 14:20; Eph 4:13; Heb 6:1), and to live righteously in this fallen world (Tit 2:11-14). To read in full, see Dr. Cook's book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09WXT7NL3 Other recommended sources referenced in this lesson: Dr. Charles Ryrie – Basic Theology: https://smile.amazon.com/Basic-Theology-Systematic-Understanding-Biblical-ebook/dp/B00L1U5W2O Dr. Merrill F. Unger – Biblical Demonology: https://smile.amazon.com/Biblical-Demonology-Study-Spiritual-Forces-ebook/dp/B001YQF1Z8 Dr. Steven R. Cook – Yahweh's Holy War: https://thinkingonscripture.com/2020/11/25/yahwehs-holy-war/   Steve's Blog: https://thinkingonscripture.com/ Steve's Books: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B005FSY6XO Steve's Audio Lessons: https://thinkingonscripture.com/audio-video/

Música Cristiana
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

Música Cristiana

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Música Cristiana
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

Música Cristiana

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Tu Historia Preferida
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

Tu Historia Preferida

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Tu Historia Preferida
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

Tu Historia Preferida

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Gracia a Vosotros | Ps. John MacArthur
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

Gracia a Vosotros | Ps. John MacArthur

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Gracia a Vosotros | Ps. John MacArthur
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

Gracia a Vosotros | Ps. John MacArthur

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Transformando la mente
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

Transformando la mente

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Transformando la mente
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

Transformando la mente

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Dr. Stanley – Ministerios En Contacto
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

Dr. Stanley – Ministerios En Contacto

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Dr. Stanley – Ministerios En Contacto
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

Dr. Stanley – Ministerios En Contacto

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Freedom 35ers: Cardano NFT Podcast

Freedom 35ers: Cardano NFT (CNFT) Podcast. If you're reading this stop, like the video, and come back to the description. Tommy spends 45 minutes writing these things for only him and sometimes TJ to read them. I'm leaving that in this week Tee. Now for SEO purposes

Música Cristiana (Gratis)
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

Música Cristiana (Gratis)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Música Cristiana (Gratis)
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

Música Cristiana (Gratis)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Tu Historia Preferida
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

Tu Historia Preferida

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Música Cristiana (Gratis)
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

Música Cristiana (Gratis)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Gracia a Vosotros | Ps. John MacArthur
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

Gracia a Vosotros | Ps. John MacArthur

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Dr. Stanley – Ministerios En Contacto
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

Dr. Stanley – Ministerios En Contacto

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

El Amor Que Vale on Oneplace.com
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

El Amor Que Vale on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

EL AMOR QUE VALE on Oneplace.com
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

EL AMOR QUE VALE on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:20


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo. Tit. 2:14-15 To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

El Amor Que Vale on Oneplace.com
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

El Amor Que Vale on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

EL AMOR QUE VALE on ElSitioCristiano.com
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

EL AMOR QUE VALE on ElSitioCristiano.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:20


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo. Tit. 2:14-15 To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.elsitiocristiano.com/donate/276/29

Transformando la mente
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

Transformando la mente

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

EL AMOR QUE VALE on Oneplace.com
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 2

EL AMOR QUE VALE on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:20


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo. Tit. 2:14-15 To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Transformando la mente
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

Transformando la mente

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

EL AMOR QUE VALE on Oneplace.com
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

EL AMOR QUE VALE on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:20


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo. Tit. 2:14-15 To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Música Cristiana (Gratis)
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

Música Cristiana (Gratis)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Dr. Stanley – Ministerios En Contacto
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

Dr. Stanley – Ministerios En Contacto

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

EL AMOR QUE VALE on ElSitioCristiano.com
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

EL AMOR QUE VALE on ElSitioCristiano.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:20


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo. Tit. 2:14-15 To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.elsitiocristiano.com/donate/276/29

Tu Historia Preferida
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

Tu Historia Preferida

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

El Amor Que Vale on Oneplace.com
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

El Amor Que Vale on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

EL AMOR QUE VALE on Oneplace.com
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

EL AMOR QUE VALE on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:20


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo. Tit. 2:14-15 To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

El Amor Que Vale on Oneplace.com
Los Peligros Del Extremismo, Parte 1

El Amor Que Vale on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:21


Cuando otros ven su vida, pueden ellos ver la gracia de Dios? Es importante equilibrar el celo que tiene por el Seor con la gracia. El pastor Adrin Rogers da algunos ejemplos de cmo el celo equivocado realmente daa la causa de Cristo.Tit. 2:14-15To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/276/29

Thirst and Goal Podcast (NFL)
TAG 179: NFL News, Deshaun Watson Suspension, Kyler Murray Contract, Lamar Jackson, Jimmy Garoppolo, Aaron Rodgers, Baker Mayfield, Eagles Trade, Kenny Pickett, Seahawks QB Mess, Benriach Original 10 and Tarantula Hill Brewing Tomorrow's Problem IPA

Thirst and Goal Podcast (NFL)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 150:05


This week Ben and Frane blasted out a crazy week of NFL news from an outdoor location, where football should be played and football podcasts should be recorded! We discuss breaking NFL news, Deshaun Watson suspended for 11 games after NFL appeals arbitrator, Kyler Murray gets huge contract extension from Cardinals, Lamar Jackson gets huge offer from the Ravens, Jimmy Garoppolo to stay in San Francisco, blame game begins early for mercurial Aaron Rodgers, Baker Mayfield named starter for Panthers, J.J. Arcega- Whiteside traded, when will the Kenny Pickett era start for Steelers, and much more.Frane concocted the shot of the week. We sampled and reviewed Benriach Original 10 and Tarantula Hill Brewing Tomorrow's Problem Triple IPA.Follow us at @GoalThirst on Twitter and @thirstand on Instagram. You can listen and subscribe at thirstandgoal.buzzsprout.com. Please also check us out on Pandora and Amazon Music! To send us a question or comment, email: podcastthirstandgoal@gmail.com. Leave us a voicemail at (818) 350-2680 (Be aware: we may play it on the air). 

Women Birders (Happy Hour)
Bella Zhang - Black-throated Tit

Women Birders (Happy Hour)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 25:05


Bella is a guide and coordinator with AlpineBirding based in China.Find out more about the Black-throated Tit!Connect with me on Twitter, email, or website. Black-throated TitIngredients4 raspberries2 shots Amarula½ shot VodkaGarnish: RaspberriesDirections1.    Muddle raspberries and vodka in cup2.    Pour in Amarula3.    Stir4.    Garnish with raspberries

The Worst Movie Ever Made
#60 - Judge Dredd

The Worst Movie Ever Made

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 86:50


Judge Dredd is the law! And we're subjecting ourselves to his chiseled jawline, and remarkable stature. Oh, how we've been humbled by this steamy loaf. Let's not dilly dally... here we go! Sloppy Sly slaw! Faulty pipe logic (again)! Sci-Fi Denial! Wanton destruction of small businesses! Tit to toe leotard ensembles! Celebratory starvation pacts! Stabby soliloquies! Leslie Shats, and much, much more on this week's episode of The Worst Movie Ever Made! www.theworstmovieevermade.com Now on YouTube!

The God Minute
Aug 12- Concert Friday (Fr. Ron)

The God Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 10:26


2 Songs today. Here are the lyrics...SONG 1SPEAK LIFESome days life feels perfectOther days, it just ain't workin'The good, the bad, the right, the wrongAnd everything in betweenYo it's crazy, amazingWe can turn our heart through the words we sayMountains crumble with every syllableHope can live or dieSo speak life, speak lifeTo the deadest darkest nightSpeak life, speak lifeWhen the sun won't shine and you don't know whyLook into the eyes of the broken heartedWatch them come alive as soon as you speak hopeYou speak love, you speakYou speak life, oh oh oh oh ohYou speak life, oh oh oh oh ohSome days the tongue gets twistedOther day my thoughts just fall apartI do, I don't, I will, I won'tIt's like I'm drowning in the deepWell, it's crazy to imagineWords from my lips as the arms of compassionMountains crumble with every syllableHope can live or dieSo speak life, speak lifeTo the deadest darkest nightSpeak life, speak lifeWhen the sun won't shine and you don't know whyLook into the eyes of the broken heartedWatch them come alive as soon as you speak hopeYou speak love, you speakYou speak life, oh oh oh oh ohYou speak life, oh oh oh oh ohLift your head a little higherSpread the love like fireHope will fall like rainWhen you speak life with the words you sayRaise your thoughts a little higherUse your words to inspireJoy will fall like rain when you speak life with the things you sayLift your head a little higherSpread the love like fireHope will fall like rainWhen you speak life with the words you saySo speak life, speak lifeTo the deadest darkest nightSpeak life, speak lifeWhen the sun won't shine and you don't know whyLook into the eyes of the broken heartedWatch them come alive as soon as you speak hopeYou speak love, you speakYou speak life, oh oh oh oh ohYou speak life, oh oh oh oh ohYou speak life, oh oh oh oh ohYou speak life, oh oh oh oh ohSome days life feels perfectSONG 2REACH OUT TO JESUSIs your burden heavy as you bear it all alone?Does the road you travel, harbor dangers yet unknown?Are you growin' weary in the struggle of it all?Jesus will help you with all his name you callHe's always there hearing every prayer, faithful and trueWalking by our side, in his love we hide all the day throughWhen you get discouraged just remember what to doReach out to Jesus, he's reaching out to youIs the life you're living filled with sorrow and despair?Does the future press you with its worry and its scare?Are you tired and jealous, have you almost your way?Jesus will help you, just talk to him today

Creativo
251. JAY DE LA CUEVA | Disfrazarse con Moderatto, Hacer playback en TV, Belinda, Fobia

Creativo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 162:43


Javier Fernando de la Cueva, mejor conocido cómo Bryan Amadeus en Moderatto o Jay de la Cueva es un productor, multinstrumentista y compositor.  Intengró las bandas de Micro Chips, Fobia, Titán y Moderatto.En este episodio platicamos sobre hacer covers de canciones, molotov, Fobia y Moderatto, su personaje de Bryan Amadeus, la forma en la que viven los artistas, dejar la primaria, no ponerte etiquetas, la vida de un nómada, tocar desde los 6 años en televisión, hacer playback, si Luis Miguel le robó canciones a Moderado o no, la razón por la cuál no querían que colaborara con Belinda, lo que hacían los grandes pensadores y muchas cosas más…