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PAGINA Vladimir Pustan PREDICI aici

27 Mai 2012:

LIVE – IN DIRECT – Florin Ianovici la absolvirea primei generatie a Scolii de Predicare Ciresarii 24 Iunie 2012

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Un moment emoționant la Sala Cireșarii. Prima generație a Școlii de predicare își va vedea duminică seara visul împlinit.O diplomă și o trimitere în lucrare…
Vom fi împreună cu profesorii noștri iar mesajul biblic va fi rostit de pastorul Florin Ianovici.
Transmitem pe Cireșarii TV începând cu ora 18.00. (sursa Facebook)

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FUNDATIA CIRESARII are ca scop principal atingerea generaţiei tinere cu Cuvântul lui Dumnezeu. Ne veţi întâlni în oraşele României, prin case de cultură şi săli de sport în „Serbările Cireşarii”,vestind obligativitatea naşterii din nou
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Înfiinţată în 2003, Fundaţia Cireşarii are ca scop principal atingerea generaţiei tinere cu Cuvântul lui Dumnezeu.

Ne veţi întâlni în oraşele României, prin case de cultură şi săli de sport în „Serbările Cireşarii”, vestind obligativitatea naşterii din nou şi cântând pentru gloria lui Dumnezeu. Viitorul ţării noastre atârnă de relaţia pe care generaţia de tineri de azi o are cu Cerul. E ultima expediţie…

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Jason Crabb and the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir at Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola

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Uploaded by  on Jul 30, 2009 Live at Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola featuring Jason Crabb and The Brooklyn Tabernacle Singers

Matthew 25

34 “Then the King will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world. 35 For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, 36 I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.’

37 “Then the righteous will answer him, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink? 38 When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes and clothe you? 39 When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?’

40 “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’

Theology by John Piper at Louisiana’s Angola Prison Facility

Some very interesting theological questions come up in the Q & A (second video below) that we can all learn from. Also, if you’ve never had contact with anyone who has been/is in prison or if in fact you have the painful experience of having a loved one in this situation, this is a very comforting message and a reminder to all Christians of God’s saving power and the fact that he saves men even in prison and even in spite of the most horrendous crimes they have committed. Please shaw this page with as many people as you think could be touched by it, whether to bring comfort to someone in prison or their family, or with someone that may prayerfully consider ministering to those that are incarcerated. I hope you will be as blessed as I was watching these videos.

„This prison is the largest maximum-security prison in America. It is one of the most famous prisons in the whole world. It has only murderers, rapists, armed robbers and habitual felons. The average sentence is 88 years, with 3200 people in one place serving life sentences. Ninety percent of the inmates will die here. This is a place of hopelessness, so if Angola can change, the rest of the countrys prisons cant say, We cant do this.” http://www.desiringgod.org By John Piper. © Desiring God. Website: desiringGod.org

One of the growing ministries of Desiring God is the outreach to prisoners. Those of you in the Philippian Fellowship hear about this more often than the rest of our website guests.

On Thursday a team of four of us stopped in at Angola Prison in Angola, Louisiana. Warden Burl Cain was very gracious to take us into his world, even the most painful part of it.

Here is what he said three years  ago in Decision Magazine about this prison:

This prison is the largest maximum-security prison in America. It is one of the most famous prisons in the whole world. It has only murderers, rapists, armed robbers and habitual felons. The average sentence is 88 years, with 3,200 people in one place serving life sentences. Ninety percent of the inmates will die here. This is a place of hopelessness, so if Angola can change, the rest of the country’s prisons can’t say, “We can’t do this.”

For those who know prison culture from the inside, this place is astonishing. On a campus of 18,000 acres, which is mainly farm land, the prisoners raise virtually all their food and eat three meals for a total cost of $1.45 each. The fish and crawdads that we ate were from „the Farm.”

There is a local extension of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in the prison and about 140 prisoners are enrolled. There are six churches in the prison and they train their own pastors. They send trained “missionaries” to other prisons to plant churches. They do this without using any tax money. But O the money—and lives—it saves!

Violence in the prison is rare. Courtesy and respect is pronounced. The ministry team of women who were visiting at the same time we were said they were treated with more respect from prisoners here, than in many places on the “outside.” Public profanity is not allowed.

The 42-inch church bell hangs high over the chapel in a prisoner-built tower. They rescued the bell from storage where it had been put after falling and killing a man. Some of the prisoners say: The bell killed a man and we killed a man, but now the bell and we serve the Lord Jesus.

Warden Cain says: I am as nice as they let me be and as mean as they make me be. Given the job he is given to do, it is a good motto.

I saw the Warden’s “nice” as we sat for half an hour with G.B., a prisoner on Death Row whose death by lethal injection the Warden will oversee in January. There are over 80 on death row, some now for over 14 years as appeals go on. The Warden asked me to share the gospel with G.B. Never have I felt a greater urgency to say the good news plainly and plead from my heart. The thief on the cross is a hero on Death Row.

The Warden answered all G.B.’s questions about what the last day would be like and who from his family and the press could be there. He gave G.B. unusual privileges for these last seven weeks. He was manifestly compassionate while stating the facts with precision. I took G.B.’s picture with my phone and said I would pray for him. (Perhaps you would too.)

I preached with all my heart to those who could fit in the chapel, and to the rest by closed circuit television. G.B. (and three others on Death Row) told me they’d be watching. I pulled no punches:

For 90% of you the next stop is not home and family, but heaven or hell. O what glorious news we have in that situation. And believe me it is not the prosperity of Gospel. Jesus came and died and rose again not mainly to be useful, but to beprecious. And that he can be in Angola as well as Atlanta. Perhaps even more.

John Piper (@JohnPiper) is the Pastor for Preaching and Vision at Bethlehem Baptist Church (Minneapolis, MN) and the founder of Desiring God.

John Piper Angola Prison 2009  on Vimeo. via www.desiringGod.org

Jesus Came Not to Give Bread, But to Be Bread

Angola Prison Q & A 2009

John Piper at Angola Prison Q & A 2009 on Vimeo. via www.desiringGod.org

Islamic group forbids tomatoes because when cut a certain way, they display a cross

from the Christian Post: Read it here in Romanian (Click pt. Limba Romana)


A Salafist group from Egypt appears to be trying to retract a post on Facebook that warned that eating tomatoes are „forbidden because they are Christian.”

However, the Muslim traditionalist group, calling themselves the Popular Egyptian Islamic Association, apparently still finds tomatoes offensive if they are cut in such a way that reveals the shape of a cross, according to the Now Lebanon website.

Along with a photo of a tomato cut in half to reveal what could be viewed as a cross, the group originally posted on Facebook: „Eating tomatoes is forbidden because they are Christian. [The tomato] praises the cross instead of Allah and says that Allah is three (a reference to the Trinity).

„[God help us]. I implore you to spread this photo because there is a sister from Palestine who saw the prophet of Allah [Mohammad] in a vision and he was crying, warning his nation against eating them [tomatoes]. If you don’t spread this [message], know that it is the devil who stopped you,” according to a translation by Now Lebanon.

More than 2,700 comments were left under the warning posted 10 days ago, perhaps prompting the association to give this response:

„We didn’t say you can’t eat tomatoes. We said don’t cut it in [such a way that reveals] the cross shape.”

Although many of the comments made on the Facebook post were not suitable for re-publishing, one blogger posting on his blog joked, „Warning! Your salad could be making you into an Infidel!”

There is an estimated 5-6 million Salafis in Egypt. The Salafis are generally considered to be more traditional than other Muslim sects. Last year, a group of hardline Muslims, including Salafis, were responsible for the burning of several Christian churches and businesses in Egypt that later resulted in hundreds of deaths during demonstrations against the destruction.

According to a German domestic intelligence report done in 2010, Salafism is the fastest growing Islamic movement in the world.

A writer for The Blaze categorized most news coming out of the Middle East as „intriguing, bizarre and unceasingly concerning,” but said the forbidden tomatoes story „actually crosses into a comical sphere.”

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