Gabi Lupescu – Pasaje Biblice care dau viata

PAGIN Gabi Lupescu PREDICI aici

B I B L I A , este un balsam pentru suflet,trup si duh !

Cand vrei pace: Romani 5:1,2; Ioan 14
Cand totul merge dupa dorinta ta: Psalmul 33; 1 Timotei 6; Iacov 2:1-17.
Cand incepi un lucru nou: Psalm 1; Proverbe 12; Matei 5:13-16; Romani 12:1-2; Galateni 5:13-26; Efeseni 1:3-14;
Cand esti ingrijorat despre membrii familiei tale: Psalm 121; Isaia 40;
Cand esti descujarat: Psalmul 23; 42; 43
Cand ti se maresc greutatile: 2 Timotei 3; Evrei 13
Cand prietenii te parasesc: Matei 5; 1 Corinteni 13
Cand vin ispitele: Psalmul 15; 19; 139; Matei 4; Iacov 1.
Cand totul ti se pare coplesitor: Psalmul 34; 71.
Cand nu poti dormi: Psalmul 4; 56; 130.
Cand ai avut o cearta de cuvinte cu cineva: Matei 18; Efeseni 4; Iacov 4.

Cand esti impovarat: Psalmul 75:1-7; Matei 11:28-30.
Cand vrei iertare: Luca 15; Filimon.
Cand esti bolnav sau in dureri: Psalmul 6; 39; 41; 67; Isaia 26.
Cand ti se pare ca Dumnezeu este prea departe: Psalmul 25; 125; 138; Luca 10.
Cand te simti singur si nesigur: Psalmul 27; 91; Luca 8.
Cand iti este frica de moarte: Ioan 11; 17; 20; 2 Corinteni 5.
Cand ai pacatuit: Psalmul 51; Isaia 53; Ioan 3; 1 Ioan 1.
Viitorul ti se pare fara nici o nadejde: 1 Corinteni 15:20-28; 1 Petru 1:1-9; 1 Petru 5:10-11; Apocalipsa 11:15-19;
Cauti sa intelegi voia lui Dumnezeu: Romani 12:1-3; Efeseni 5:15-17; Coloseni 1:9-14; Iacov 1:5-8;
Ai nevoie de mangaiere: 2 Corinteni 1:3-7; 2 Corinteni 7:6-13;
Altii nu gandesc la fel ca tine: Matei 7:1-5; Romani 12:9-21; Romani 14:1-15: 7; 2 Corinteni 5:11-21;
Te simti ademenit de lume: 2 Corinteni 6:14-7:1; Iacov 1:26-27; Iacov 4:4-10; 1 Ioan 2:15-17;
Ai nevoie de siguranta mantuirii: Ioan 3:14-21; Ioan 11:25-26; Fapte 16:31-34; 1 Ioan 5:9-13
Altii au pacatuit impotriva ta: Matei 6:14-15; Matei 18:21-35; Coloseni 3:12-14; Iacov 2:12-13;

Esti ispitit de amaraciune: 1 Corinteni 13; Efeseni 4:29-5:2; Evrei 12:14-15;
Esti ispitit sa neglijezi inchinarea in biserica: Fapte 2:42-47; Evrei 10:19-25;
Ai nevoie sa fii intarit in credinta: Romani 5:1-11; 1 Corinteni 9:24-27; Evrei 10:19-25; 35-39; Evrei 11:1-12:13;
Ai nevoie sa-ti stapanesti limba: Matei 15:1-20; Iacov 3:1-12;
Esti inclinat sa-i judeci pe altii: Matei 7:1-5; 1 Corinteni 4:1-5; Iacov 2:1-13; Iacov 4:11-13;
Ai fost inselat: Matei 18:15-17; 1 Corinteni 6:1-8; Iacov 5:1-8;
Lucrurile merg bine: Luca 12:13-21; 1 Timotei 6:3-19; Evrei 13:5; Iacov 2:1-17;
Nu-ti cunosti darurile duhovnicesti: Romani 8; 1 Corinteni 1:4-9; 1 Corinteni 11:1-14; 25; 1 Petru 4:7-11;
Ai o functie de raspundere: Marcu 10:35-45; Luca 7:1-10; 1 Corinteni 16:13-14; Galateni 6:9-10;
Cand iti intemeiezi o familie: Efeseni 5:22-6:4; Coloseni 3:18-21; 1 Petru 3:1-7;
Te-ai certat cu cineva: 1 Corinteni 3; Efeseni 4:1-6, 4; 15-5: 2; 2 Timotei 2:14-26; Iacov 4:1-12;

Te simti atacat de fortele intunericului: Romani 8:38-39; 2 Corinteni 4:7-18; Efeseni 6:10-18; 2 Timotei 4:6-7;
Esti invidios: Galateni 5:13-15; 19-21; Iacov 3:13-18;
Te lupti cu trandavia: Efesni 5:15-16; Filipeni 2:12-13; 1 Tesaloniceni 4:1-12; 2 Tesaloniceni 3:6-15;
Te lupti cu poftele: Matei 5:27-30; Romani 7:7-25; Romani 13:8-14; Iacov 1:13-18;
Esti manios: Matei 21:22; Matei 18:21-35; Efeseni 4:25-5:2; Iacov 1:13-18;
Esti dornic de razbunare: Matei 5:38-42; Romani 12:17-21; 1 Tesaloniceni 5:12-15; 1 Petru 3:8-14;
Esti mandru: Matei 25:34-40; Marcu 10:35-45; Romani 12:3; Filipeni 2:1-11;
Te lupti sa scapi de robia vreunui viciu: Romani 6:1-23; Romani 12:1-2; 1 Corinteni 6:13-20; Filipeni 3:17-4:1;
Esti lacom: Luca 12:13-21; 2 Corinteni 9:6-15; Efeseni 5:3-7; 1 Ioan 3:16-18;
Vrei sa inveti sa te rogi: Matei 6:5-15; Marcu 11:22-25; Luca 18:9-14; Filipeni 4:4-7;
Te lupti cu nepasarea: Matei 25:1-13; Luca 12:35-48; 1 Tesaloniceni 5:1-11; Apocalipsa 3:1-6; 14-22;

„…Cuvintele pe care vi le-am spus Eu sunt duh si viata !”.


Minunate Cantari – Gabi si Marinela Lupescu – Trandafirul din Saron + 2 more

Cititi articole scrise de Gabi Lupescu:

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Trandafiul din Saron – Marinela Lupescu

Lacrimi, plâns și durere! – Gabi Lupescu

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David Platt – „Success is found in the faithfulness to the Bible”

English: Photo of David Platt at a Secret Chur...

English: Photo of David Platt at a Secret Church event, The Church at Brook Hills, Birmingham, AL (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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The Modernist Preacher – Entering Hell By Oscar C. Eliason, c1960

Read another poem and Eliason’s life story in a previous post here

The Modernist Preacher-Entering Hell

by Oscar C. Eliason

He was an ordained minister, but modern in his views.
He preached his twisted doctrines to people in the pews.
He would not hurt their feelings, whate’er the cost would be,
But for their smiles and friendship and compliments sought he.
His church was filled with wicked souls that should be saved from sin,
But never once he showed the way or tried a soul to win.
He preached about the lovely birds that twitter in the trees,
The babl’ing of the running brooks, the murm’ring of the seas.

He quoted fancy poetry that tickled list’ning ears
When sorrow came to some, he tried to laugh away their tears.
His smooth and slipp’ry sermons made the people slide to hell.
The harm he did by preaching goes beyond what we can tell.
He took our Holy Bible, and preached it full of holes,
The Virgin Birth, said he can’t be believed by honest souls,
The miracles of Jesus and the resurrection tale
For educated ones like us, today, cannot avail.
We’re living in an age, said he, when wisdom rules and reigns,
When man’s intelligence is great and superstition wanes.

He said, we’re all God’s children who live upon this earth,
No message of salvation, no need of second birth.
His coat was bought with money that he had wrongly gained,
For through his twisted sermons his wealth he had obtained.
He was just like the Roman soldiers that watched at Jesus’ grave,
For money in abundance, to them, the people gave;
It all was theirs by telling what was a sinful lie –
A resurrected Savior, they, too, were to deny.

The day at last had come for the minister to die,
When to his congregation, he had to say good-bye.
His form lay cold and lifeless, his ministry was past,
His tongue with all its poison was hushed and stilled at last.
His funeral was grand; he was lauded to the skies-
They preached him into heaven where there are no good-byes.
Upon the lonely hill, underneath the shady trees,
His form was laid to rest in the whisp’ring of the breeze.

A tombstone was erected with words: „He is at rest,
He’s gone to heaven’s glories to live among the blest.”
His body now is lifeless, but Ah! His soul lives on,
He failed to enter in where they thought that he had gone.
The letters on the tombstone or that sermon some had heard,
Could not decide his destiny, ‘twas not the final word.
He still had God to deal with, the one who knows the heart;
While others entered heaven, he heard the word, „Depart.”

He pauses for a moment upon the brink of hell;
He stares into a depth where he evermore will dwell.
He hears the cries and groanings of souls he had misled,
He recognizes faces among the screaming dead.
He sees departed deacons which he had highly praised.
Their fingers pointing at him as they their voices raised:
„You stood behind the pulpit, and lived in awful sin,
We took you for a saint, but a liar you have been.”
Accusing cries! He hears them, „Ah! You have been to blame,
You led us into darkness when you were seeking fame.”

„You preached your deadly doctrine, we thought you knew the way.
We fed you and we clothed you, we even raised your pay.
You’ve robbed us of a home where no tear-drops ever flow,
Where days are always fair and the heav’nly breezes blow.
Where living streams are flowing, and saints and Angels sing,
Where every one is happy, and Hallelujahs ring.
We’re in this place of torment, from which no soul returns;
We hear the cry of lost ones, we feel the sizzling burns;
Give us a drop of water, we’re tortured in this flame;
You failed to preach salvation to us through Jesus’ Name.”

The preacher turns in horror, he tries to leave the scene,
He knows the awful future for every soul unclean,
But there he meets the devil, whom he has served so well,
He feels the demon powers as they drag him into hell.
Throughout eternal ages, his groans, too, must be heard-
He, too, must suffer torment-he failed to heed God’s Word.
He feels God’s wrath upon him, he hears the hot flames roar,
His doctrine now is different, he ridicules no more.

By Oscar C. Eliason, c1960

How sweet the name of Jesus sounds – John Newton composer

Published on Jun 19, 2012 by  Christian Hymns with Lyrics – How Sweet The Name of Jesus Sounds Christian Hymns playlist:

By The Name of Jesus

By The Name of Jesus (Photo credit: loswl)

Author: John Newton

How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds
In a believer’s ear!
It soothes his sorrows, heals his wounds,
And drives away his fear.

It makes the wounded spirit whole,
And calms the troubled breast;
‘Tis manna to the hungry soul,
And to the weary, rest.

Dear Name, the Rock on which I build,
My Shield and Hiding Place,
My never failing treasury, filled
With boundless stores of grace!

By Thee my prayers acceptance gain,
Although with sin defiled;
Satan accuses me in vain,
And I am owned a child.

Jesus! my Shepherd, Husband, Friend,
O Prophet, Priest and King,
My Lord, my Life, my Way, my End,
Accept the praise I bring.

Weak is the effort of my heart,
And cold my warmest thought;
But when I see Thee as Thou art,
I’ll praise Thee as I ought.

Till then I would Thy love proclaim
With every fleeting breath,
And may the music of Thy Name
Refresh my soul in death!

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