Vladimir Pustan Interviu (2)

Alte Interviuri:

  1. Vladimir Pustan la Credo TV
  2. Iosif Ton – interviu CredoTV cu Cristian Ionescu
  3. Florin Ianovici – Interviu la Credo TV aici.
  4. Cristian Barbosu Interviu Trinity TV
  5. Gabi Zagrean Interviu Trinity TV
  6. Vasile Oprea la AlfaOmegaTV

Vladimir Pustan

la Trinity TV (Romania)

Psalmul 63 – Mi-e sete Isuse de Tine – Cristian Dragomir

O Cintare inspirata din Psalmul 63

 1(Un psalm al lui David. Făcut cînd era în pustia lui Iuda.) Dumnezeule, Tu eşti Dumnezeul meu, pe Tine Te caut! Îmi însetează sufletul după Tine, îmi tînjeşte trupul după Tine, într’un pămînt sec, uscat şi fără apă.

    2Aşa Te privesc eu în locaşul cel sfînt, ca să-Ţi văd puterea şi slava.
3Fiindcă bunătatea Ta preţuieşte mai mult decît viaţa, de aceea buzele mele cîntă laudele Tale.
4Te voi binecuvînta dar toată viaţa mea, şi în Numele Tău îmi voi ridica mînile.
5Mi se satură sufletul ca de nişte bucate grase şi miezoase, şi gura mea Te laudă cu strigăte de bucurie pe buze,
6cînd mi-aduc aminte de Tine în aşternutul meu, şi cînd mă gîndesc la Tine în timpul priveghiurilor nopţii.
7Căci Tu eşti ajutorul meu, şi sînt plin de veselie la umbra aripilor Tale.
8Sufletul meu este lipit de Tine; dreapta Ta mă sprijineşte.

Mi-e sete Isuse de Tine si-alerg ne-ncetat la izvor
Prin lumea ce zace-n ruine, pe culmi un pustiu arzator.
Eu simt cum chiar trupu-mi tinjeste umblind zi de zi pe pamint
Desertul se-ntinde si creste si eu in zadar ma framint

Mi-e sete sa-Ti vad azi puterea si slava ce-o ai sus in cer
Te-astept si doresc mingaierea cea plina de-atita mister.
Mai mult decit viata intreaga e-a Ta bunatate mereu
Si lauda Ta ce mi-e draga atunci cind eu pling si mi-e greu.

Mi-e sete de a Ta-mparatie pe care-o visez si-o traiesc
Da-mi iarasi prin har bucurie in Tine cind eu m-odihnesc
Mi-e sete sa stau linga Tine ,naltat cu al Tau sfint popor
Sa-Ti spun de-as putea prin suspine: „Isuse, ce mult Te ador!”

Christian Dragomir, album Ierusalim – Mi-e sete Isuse de Tine

la Biserica Penticostala Albini

Matt Chandler at the Campus Outreach National Conference 2012 – One Life Transform It and Sacrifice It

from http://conationalconference.com/ Campus Outreach National Conference is a Christian conference for college students from around the United States hosted by Campus Outreach. The conference took place from December 28, 2011 – January 1, 2012. Over 4,000 college students gathered for five days in a convention center in downtown Chattanooga, TN, to attend rallies and seminars that share about knowing Jesus Christ.

*Matt Chandler Sermons here

*Matt Chandler at Code Orange Revival (1/13/2012 ) Charlotte, North Carolina

*John Piper messages from this conference (12/31 and 1/1 2012 Campus Outreach)

  1. One Life Don’t Waste It
  2. One Life Enjoy It (What impacted his theology in 1968)

*John Piper message For Men: Augustine, Sin and Sovereign Joy (12/31/2011 Campus Outreach)

Matt Chandler – One Life Sacrifice It

December 29,2011 am session

Link to mp3

Matt Chandler – One Life Transform It

December 29,2011 pm session

Link to mp3

John Piper – Why you should read the Bible even when you don’t feel like it

English: John Charles Ryle (1816-1900)John Piper writes at www.desiringGod.org and quotes from J.C.Ryle on why you should read the Bible whether you feel like it or not:

Don’t rest on past reading. Read your Bible more and more every year. Read it whether you feel like reading it or not. And pray without ceasing that the joy return and pleasures increase.

Three reasons this is not legalism:

  1. You are confessing your lack of desire as sin, and pleading as a helpless child for the desire you long to have. Legalists don’t cry like that. They strut.
  2. You are reading out of desperation for the effects of this heavenly medicine. Bible-reading is not a cure for a bad conscience; it’s chemo for your cancer. Legalists feel better because the box is checked. Saints feel better when their blindness lifts, and they see Jesus in the word. Let’s get real. We are desperately sick with worldliness, and only the Holy Spirit, by the word of God, can cure this terminal disease.
  3. It is not legalism because only justified people can see the preciousness and power of the Word of God. Legalists trudge with their Bibles on the path toward justification. Saints sit down in the shade of the cross and plead for the blood-bought pleasures.

So lets give heed to Mr. Ryle and never grow weary of the slow, steady, growth that comes from the daily, disciplined, increasing, love affair with reading the Bible.

Do not think you are getting no good from the Bible, merely because you do not see that good day by day. The greatest effects are by no means those which make the most noise, and are most easily observed. The greatest effects are often silent, quiet, and hard to detect at the time they are being produced.

Think of the influence of the moon upon the earth, and of the air upon the human lungs. Remember how silently the dew falls, and how imperceptibly the grass grows. There may be far more doing than you think in your soul by your Bible-reading. (J. C. Ryle, Practical Religion, 136)

Video of the week – Lee Strobel – God speaks through creation

Former legal editor for the Chicago Tribune, Lee Strobel has traveled the road from atheist to skeptic to believer. Now a world renowned author, researcher and teacher, Strobel comes to Christ Community Church.

For more information, visit the website at http://cccomaha.org.

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