Anunt – Evanghelizare Vladimir Pustan si Florin Ianovici la Biserica Philadelphia Mansue, Italy Feb,24,25,26

Se vor posta aici predicile cind vor fi publicate de Biserica Philadelphia Mansue, Pastor Marius Livanu.

 Pagina – Predici Vladimir Pustan            Pagina – Predici Florin Ianovici

sursa pozei Biserica Philadelphia Mansue (Facebook)

Sursa anuntului Filiala Bisericii Penticostale, Italia

Conferință pentru tineri și familii

Biserica Penticostală Philadelphia Mansué, via Bosché 37, organizează în zilele 24, 25 şi 26 februarie Conferinţa de familii şi tineret la care sunt invitaţi pastorii Florin Ianovici şi Vladimir Pustan.

Vineri, orele 19.30  Vladimir Pustan
Sâmbătă, orele 18.00  Vladimir Pustan, Florin Ianovici
Duminică, orele 10.00  Vladimir Pustan
Duminică, orele 17.00  Florin Ianovici, Vladimir Pustan.

Seri de evanghelizare

Biserica Penticostală Betel Udine, via Valdagno,4, organizează seri de evanghelizare având ca invitaţi pastorii Florin Ianovici şi Vladimir Pustan.

Joi, 23 feb. orele 19.30  Florin Ianovici
Vineri, 24 feb. orele 19.30  Vladimir Pustan

Despre Biserica Philadelphia Mansue

Inaugurarea bisericii Philadelphia, Mansuè (TV) 4 octombrie 2009 – Introducere cu intervieriu fratiilor Marius Livanu (Pastor), Cornel Burlacu (Prezbiter) si Iulian Polocoser (Diacon)

Vizonati aici filmari  (Part 1-5) de la inaugurarea Bisericii Philadelphia Mansue din anul 2009. Inaugurare 2 (Part 1) – Inaugurare 3 (Part 2)  Cu Pavel Rivis Tipei – Inaugurare 4 (Part 3) – Inaugurare 5 (Part 4)

Situl Biserici Philadelphia aici.

Urmatorul video: Inaugurare 1  Interviu cu Pastorul Marius Livanu.

Florin Ianovici – Deşertăciunea Plăcerilor – Partea 2

Vezi Partea 1 aici.

 Partea 3 si Partea 4 

O ilustratie de milioane !!!

Florin Ianovici: „Rautatea este ca un tobogan. Incepi sa te dai pe el si apoi sa frinezi pe el nu mai poti ca iti rupi miinile si degetele si te duci pina te opreste el si cind te opresti si dai cu fundul de pamint zici: „Mai bine nu ma urcam”. Asa e rautatea.

Notite si puncte din predica, partea 2-a:

Exista pe pamintul acesta o cultura a poftei

Exista pe pamintul acesta o cultura o placerii. Toate reclamele sunt indreptate pentru cultivarea placerii. Gusta, iar, atinge, pipaie; sa fie al tau.

Toata lumea asta e bazata pe ideia- pofteste si o sa o ai. Stiti ca si reclamele sunt facute asa? Ca trebuie numai un pic sa se imprime? Asta-i procedeul diavolului.

Nu-i asa ca diavolul iti arata placerea de o clipa a pacatului? „Las’ ca nu te vede nimeni. Las ca te lasi de fumat miine. Si cei daca ai baut un pahar ca nu vezi ce amarit si nenorocit esti tu? Ei, un pahar, doua si iti trece.” Si cind te trezesti a doua zi, de doua ori iti este mai greu.

In celelalte lucruri o sa zici tu: „Auzi, o sa ma pocaiesc un pic mai incolo”. Si cind te uiti pe ceas, bate 70 de ani sau bate cancerul la usa si gata. S-au dus toate. N-ai puteri pentru ca tu zici, dar, Dumnezeu dispune.

Tecnologia de astazi e extraordinara. Vezi o masina noua, diferita si o vrei. Ti-ai cumparat un televizor (ti-ai dus un dusman in casa) si in curind nu mai iti place. Vrei plasma.

Noi avem o posibilitate sa nu ne adapam din acest potop al necuratiei a lumii 

Exista astazi o mare betie a pacatului.

Baga oamenii capul in pacat si nu-l mai scot pina mor. Asa de mult vrea omul sa se simta bine. Exista peste tot oameni care vor sa sa stringa bani, sa se pensioneze si sa se simta bine. Tot timpul, omul traieste cu ideia sa se simta bine si nu este ceva neaparat rau. Tot ceia ce facem pe acest pamint de cind ne nastem pina murim nu e altceva decit o alergare dupa un strop de fericire.

Toata viata dorim sa fim intelesi si sa avem linga noi pe cineva care sa tina la noi. Exista, e posibil si permis sa te simti bine. Am descoperit un fel de a ma bucura: „Am voie sa beau…. din Duhul Sfint. In DUmnezeu am o bucurie nemaipomenita. Noi avem o posibilitate sa nu ne adapam din acest potop al necuratiei a lumii si sa n-alergam la la izvoarele otravitoare ale lumii ci sa ne adapam din Duhul Sfint.

Exista un Duh Sfint pe care-L lasam deoparte in vietile noastre, pe care nu-L invitam sa ne umple. Cum poti sa fi crestin fara Duhul Sfint al lui Dumnezeu? Nimeni nu a inventat cuvintul acesta decit Dumnezeu: „Mingaietorul”. Eu pot sa fiu acela in care Dumnezeu isi gaseste plaerea pentru ca Duhul Sfint isi face slujba.

Eu n-am baut vin si m-au ajutat prietenii lui tata. Am zis ca in veci nu pun mina pe alcool cind am vazut ce vorbesc .

Partea 2:

video de la resurse crestine (nu merge bine sincronizarea la sursa)

Fighting lust

“For every look at yourself take ten looks at Christ. He is altogether lovely…. live much in the smiles of God. Bask in his beams. Feel his all-seeing eye settled on you in love. And repose in his almighty arms.” -Robert M. McCheyen You can read an excellent article on this McCheyen quote from Fred Sanders here.

(Jesus said): You have heard that it was said, ‘Do not commit adultery.’ But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully, has already committed adultery with her in his heart.. (Gospel of Matthew 5:27–28)

(via) B.J. Stockman has a passion for the gospel of Jesus Christ and preaching and teaching God’s word. One of the things he enjoys doing is serving pastors around the nation through Docent Research Group. More from BJ Stockman or visit BJ at

B.J. Focuses on a biblical and grace centered way for men and women to resist the temptation to view porn. The key is point #8:

Stare at Jesus, Not Porn: 9 Ways to Fight Lust

1. Fight lustful images with the knowledge of God’s written Word. 

2. Realize that viewing porn unleashes insatiable craving but kills genuine satisfaction. 

3. Treat all women who are not your wife like sisters and mothers (1 Ti. 5:2).

4. Sever the sources of temptation to view porn.

5. Think about the eternal result of lust. 

6. Enjoy the pleasures of purity more than the pleasures of porn.

7. Avoid accountability groups and link up with believers radically focused on encouraging one another in the Gospel of grace. 

8. Stare at Jesus not at porn.

Trying harder and harder to stop looking at porn isn’t the way to stop looking at porn; you must look somewhere else, namely, the person of Jesus Christ.

Paul in 2 Corinthians 3:18 writes, “And we all with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another.” True inward change comes from beholding Jesus not from not looking at porn. As it has been said, what you behold you become, or as biblical theologian Greg Beale puts it, you become what you worship.

Look at porn and become a person controlled by lust and idolatry or look at Jesus and become a glorious and whole human being that reflects the beauty and glory of God.

9. Fight as a son of God who has been freed to walk in purity. 

As a Christian the key to fighting lustful temptation (and any temptation for that matter) is by knowing who you are not by evaluating what you have done.

Becoming a son of God is not dependent upon your not looking at porn, but upon being united to Jesus by faith and the result of the Spirit of God’s work in your heart (Ro. 8:3-4, 14). No longer are you defined by your entanglements with porn, but by your connection to the person and work Jesus. Jesus was crucified for your lust, and he has made you objectively pure in him.

Therefore you can work from a place of purity as covered in the righteousness of God in Christ (2 Cor. 5:21), not toward a place of purity to earn righteousness. Kill the urge to view porn because you are a son of God who is dead to sin and free to walk in purity (Ro. 6:1-14). Pornography is no longer your master—God is your father who radically loves you (1 Jn. 3:1) and Jesus is your sin-bearer who is not ashamed to call you, with all your inordinate lusts, “brother”  (Heb 2:11).

So, fight the temptation of pornography, to paraphrase John Piper, as a victor not a victim.

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Matt Chandler in the UK Part 1

My  Notes from Session 1:

I think it’s easy to celebrate conversions and people who come to Christ, but over the last 8 years in pastoral ministry, I think the Lord’s trained me that when we baptize people I want to clap and shout with the rest of my congregation, but, there’s always this something going on at the back of my mind, „Ok, we’ll see, because we’ve seen a lot of people come in and profess Christ and then within a few months, within half a year, they’re just gone. So, I’d like to talk to you about disciples that stick and what our roles in that is.

The good news is that I don’t have to pull a lot of leadership quotes from Winston Churchill because Jesus is gonna tell us, „This is how it works”.

Matthew 13:1-9 The Parable of the Sower

That same day Jesus went out of the house and sat beside the sea. And great crowds gathered about him, so that he got into a boat and sat down. And the whole crowd stood on the beach. And he told them many things in parables, saying: “A sower went out to sow. And as he sowed, some seeds fell along the path, and the birds came and devoured them. Other seeds fell on rocky ground, where they did not have much soil, and immediately they sprang up, since they had no depth of soil, but when the sun rose they were scorched. And since they had no root, they withered away. Other seeds fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up and choked them. Other seeds fell on good soil and produced grain, some a hundredfold, some sixty, some thirty.  He who has ears,let him hear.”

vv 18-23 The Parable of the Sower Explained

18  “Hear then the parable of the sower: 19 When anyone hears the word of the kingdom and does not understand it, the evil one comes and snatches away what has been sown in his heart. This is what was sown along the path. 20 As for what was sown on rocky ground, this is the one who hears the word and immediately receives it with joy, 21 yet he has no root in himself, but endures for a while, and when tribulation or persecution arises on account of the word, immediately he falls away. 22 As for what was sown among thorns, this is the one who hears the word, but the cares of the world and the deceitfulness of riches choke the word, and it proves unfruitful. 23 As for what was sown on good soil, this is the one who hears the word and understands it. He indeed bears fruit and yields, in one case a hundredfold, in another sixty, and in another thirty.”

Seed on the road

1) People have to particularly understand what you are saying. Sometimes (as Reformed or Charismatics) we begin to talk in a language that no one else is speaking. I am not a seeker sensitive guy, but I DO want to be a seeker friendly guy. I want to speak as if there are people among us who don’t know big theological words and don’t know Christian history and don’t maybe know Bible study. Terms such as justification,propitiation and repentance don’t translate into regular speak, so I still want to use these Biblical words, so I stop and just for a second, I explain them because if they don’t understand, then how can they respond?

2) God’s got to give them ears through the Holy Spirit so this brings me to the second truth in this text. There is not a methodology that is going to ensure that everyone in front of you is going to become a believer. If you don’t get that early on; that the Gospel is always going to reek of death to some, then you r possibility of selling out and watering down the Good News of Jesus Christ into something other than „Christ crucified and raised for our wicked hearts:; you’re going to get away from that and preach something other than that as Salvation. Every act of liberalism in Christians’ history has started in the attempt to make Christianity more popular than it was at the time.

In the United States in the late 1800’s, early 1900’s, there was a big battle in regards to liberalism and what had happened was that church attendance was kind of down, so this group showed up to say, „Let’s save the church”. They started saying that the real good news of the kingdom, or what the Gospel was „was taking care of the poor, and all kinds of people are loved” and all of a sudden there was the social gospel movement. It got people to come. If you say that people are intrinsically wicked and evil and that they are by their nature an object of God’s wrath, and that the only way for God to handle it justly is to kill you  forever, people aren’t going to come. And though God is a God of love, people think they can separate those 2 ideas. You can’t pull them apart. You can’t have the love of God without the wrath of God. The love of God is made visible, that we deserve in His justice, death.

So, you have to know early on that there’s not some methodology that everyone who comes into your church is gonna be saved and spirit filled. Some are gonna fall on the path, they’re not gonna get it.  Now you don’t have to like it. These kinds of verses push us into prayer and pleading with God for the hearts and souls of the people sitting in front of us. These are the kind of verses that make you understand that it’s not on you.

Doctrine matters

There’s this silly idea that doctrine is some sort of out moved, old school, dusty thing that has no relevance today. If you stand up and talk about God, you’re a theologian. You open up the  Bible and you talk about God, you’re doing theology. Doctrine matters because of what Jesus says in this text. The seed goes in the ground and it springs up and then one of two things happen- tribulation or persecution happens and because there’s no root, they’re scorched; they’re burned and they disappear. This means our people have to have a root.

I believe you have to constantly teach the nature and character of God over simply what you should be doing as regards to behavior. So, instead of, „This is how you should behave,” although I think there is a place for that; I think the mainstays of your sermon have to be, „This is who God is”.

vv 20-22 I want my people to know what God’s doing and how He’s been doing it. So I’ve taught about 40 times in 8 years on 2 texts in particular: Psalm 139  „We are fearfully and wonderfully made”, and this is not just a text for women. What he says in this text is 1)that He created us inwardly and externally. So He created our outward form. The 2) other part of that text says that He puts together our unseen substance, our personality. So, I want to teach our people that you have been wired a certain way; you’ve been gifted a certain way for a certain purpose. If you went to Acts 17 in what is the greatest sermon not preached by Jesus, in the Bible, Paul gets up and teaches in Athens and one of the things he says is that the time in which we live and the boundaries and habitation were set before we were. This means a couple of things 1)regardless of what your parents said; you weren’t a mistake. No one is an accident. And you are in the place-city, town that you are supposed to be. So, you are created specifically  (and Paul says that God had done that so that men might seek Him…though He is not far from any of them”.

So, what I want to unpack for my people over and over again is that „You have been uniquely wired and uniquely placed for the glory of God. So, if you’re a businessman and numbers just make sense to you, that’s a God given gift for the glory of God. I wanna encourage them for the domain of the society they are in. The pinnacle of godliness is not necessarily ministry. One of the things I love is for our businessmen, our government people, our people in education use their God given talents in those domains for the glory of God.

Secondly, I want to talk about generosity and open handedness almost every week. If you avoid talking about money you’re not teaching the full counsel of God. You have to be careful that you don’t react to abuses with silence. The Scriptures are clear: If you want to know what you really value, what you really love, what you really want; look at how you spend your money.

vv 22-23 „the case of the world and the deceitfulness of riches chokes the world and it proves unfruitful. As to what was sown on the good soil, this is the one that hears the word and understands it. He indeed bears fruit and yields it, in one case a hundred fold in another sixty and in another thirty”. There is an accumulative effect to all you do at your churches. One sermon doesn’t change everything. There is an accumulative effect to ministry. So, at the Village, from small groups to „Culture in theology”, to books that we hand out, to preaching, to worship, to social gatherings, there is an accumulative effect to all of that. All of that cultivates the soil. Every weekend I’m coming in and cultivating the soil. The key for you, as a leader, is to ask yourself, „What are we cultivating? What kind of soil have we prepared? ” What you are strong and what you are passionate about, the church will be strong and the church will be passionate about. And, where you are weak and lazy, the church will be weak and lazy. So there has to be at some level, some inspection of the ground and an introspection of your own heartWhat kind of soil are we cultivating? Is this the type of soil, that when a seed falls into it it can grow fruit that explodes ? Where you see lives transformed and continue to be transformed and then lives around them continue to be transformed and now you’ve got yourself a harvest. And, it’s not solely about the sermon.

Final order signed for Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani’s Execution – Urgent Prayer is needed!

After many lies from the Iranian government sources in the past year, about the danger Pastor Youcef faces for the crime of apostasy- that is the crime you are guilty of for becoming a Christian in Iran-  Mission News Network reports that his execution order has been signed and he now awaits execution at any moment. Pray for Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani and his family, that God gives and strengthens their faith, as this is the biggest trial a man or woman could face. Here is the article in its entirety from Mission News Network:

Iranian pastor’s execution could come at any time

Posted: 23 February, 2012

Iran (MNN) ― Sources in Iran say an execution order for Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani has been signed.

According to Present Truth Ministries (closely connected with Nadarkhani), this is grim news. Todd Nettleton, a spokesman for Voice of the Martyrs USA, confirms the news.  „Apparently, that execution order has not been delivered to his family or his attorneys, but the report is that it has been signed. That means that at any time, he could be executed.”

Often the government will execute people without any prior notice to attorneys or family. It’s also unclear whether it has been approved by the Ayatollah who is the head of the Judiciary Sadegh Larijani.

Nadarkhani was born to a Muslim family and admits that he was introduced to the teachings of Islam, but he claims he never accepted the faith. That was the basis of his appeal to the High Court on the apostasy verdict.

Nettleton explains, „His reply to that is: ‘Well no. I wasn’t a practicing Muslim.’ This execution order being signed says that the court has not approved that logic. They are saying: ‘Yes in fact, you were a Muslim. Because you’re a Christian now, you’re an apostate, and you’ll be executed for that apostasy.'”

Pastor Youcef has refused to recant his faith during the three years he’s been separated from his wife and two sons. His conviction and sentence has been delayed due to international pressure, according to other reports from Present Truth Ministries.

Meanwhile, on February 17, Rep. Joseph Pitts (R-PA) introduced a resolution denouncing Iran for its leaders’ ruling of apostasy against Youcef Nadarkhani and calling for his immediate release. So far, it has the support of seven other members. Nearly 90 members of Congress previously signed a letter supporting Nadarkhani.

When asked if international pressure would be enough to intervene again, Nettleton responded, „The most important thing we can do is to pray. There are petitions you can sign. We have Pastor Youcef on They can also send e-mails to Iranian authorities asking that he not be executed.”

Given the application of the apostasy law, one would think it would have a severe „chilling effect” on evangelism. Quite the opposite, says Nettleton. The Arab Spring and Iran’s Revolution played a big role in that.

Ruthless government oppression of the protestors shook many Muslims’ faith. To them, the government is the mullah, and the mullah is the government. That means, Nettleton goes on to say, that „when there is disappointment with the government or frustration with the government, it translates in people’s minds to disappointment and frustration with Islam.”

People are looking for an anchored Truth, „so there’s hunger for the Gospel. There’s an openness for the Gospel. And the Church is growing at a rate that is really mind-boggling.”

Ask the Lord to uphold and sustain Youcef, his wife, and their two children. Pray that this family may soon be reunited. Pray for Youcef’s legal team and all those in authority connected with this case.

Pray that the Body of Christ will continue to multiply and mature despite persecution.

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