Speranta la Palatul Copiilor din Bucureşti 2011 cu Gabi Zagrean

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Turneul „Popas la Cruce” (marti 26 iulie 2011) – Palatul Copiilor din Bucureşti (filmare video: STUDIO SPERANTA) – PARTEA I / http://www.speranta.ro Published on Nov 15, 2012 by 

1. – Cantari  Speranta

2. – Cantari Speranta si Predica Gabi Zagrean (la minutul 28)

3. – Predica Gabi Zagrean

Speranta – Turneul SUA si Canada de Craciun 22 Noiembrie – 6 Decembrie 2012 EUROPA 8 – 16 Decembrie (Programul zilnic)


Speranta la Iulius Mall in Cluj-Napoca

21 Decembrie 2012

SUA si CANADA 22 Noiembrie – 6 Decembrie



Speranta-Turneul SUA si Canada de Craciun

22 Noiembrie – 6 Decembrie 2012

Biserica Emanuel – Anaheim California 

Biserica Happy Valley, Phoenix Arizona

Turneul EUROPA 8 – 16 Decembrie

SAMBATA 8.12.2012 Bergen, Norvegia 19:00
DUMINICA  9.12.2012 Bruxelles, Belgia 19:00 Biserica Crestina Romana Elim Rue Stephanie 107 1020 Bruxelles
LUNI 10.12.2012 Londra, Anglia 19:30 Biserica Penticostala Betel Streatfield Road Kenton, Harrow, London, HA3 9BS
MARTI 11.12.2012 Dublin, Irlanda 19:30 Biserica Penticostala Betel Abbey Church Parnell Square Dublin 1
MIERCURI 12.12.2012 calatorie
JOI 13.12.2012 Paris, Franta 19:00 Biserica Penticostala Lumina Lumii 320 Avenue Paul Vaillant Couturier
93000 Bobigny
VINERI 14.12.2012 Trossingen, Germania  19:00 Biserica Penticostala
SAMBATA 15.12.2012 Gleisdorf, Austria 19:00 Biserica Penticostala Logos Hofstätten 114, 8200 Gleisdorf, Austria
DUMINICA 16.12.2012 Wiener Neustadt, Austria  9:00
DUMINICA 16.12.2012 Viena, Austria 19:00  Biserica Penticostala Agape Rieplstrasse 1-5,Wien, Austria

Published on Nov 6, 2012 by 

In curand: DVD Speranța si Prietenii Vol.13 – COLINDE
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Published on Nov 6, 2012 by 

John Piper – I hate the devil and the way he is killing some of you

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I wrote this, and I need to read it as much as anybody. On your knees, Piper!https://bitly.com/Uu4PRX

— John Piper (@JohnPiper) November 10, 2012 (via twitter)

John Piper via http://www.theGospelCoalition.org:

But the hard truth is that most Christians don’t pray very much. They pray at meals—unless they’re still stuck in the adolescent stage of calling good habits legalism. They whisper prayers before tough meetings. They say something brief as they crawl into bed. But very few set aside set times to pray alone—and fewer still think it is worth it to meet with others to pray. And we wonder why our faith is weak. And our hope is feeble. And our passion for Christ is small.

The Duty of Prayer

And meanwhile the devil is whispering all over this room: “The pastor is getting legalistic now. He’s starting to use guilt now. He’s getting out the law now.” To which I say, “To hell with the devil and all of his destructive lies. Be free!” Is it true that intentional, regular, disciplined, earnest, Christ-dependent, God-glorifying, joyful prayer is a duty? Do I go to pray with many of you on Tuesday at 6:30 a.m., and Wednesday at 5:45 p.m., and Friday at 6:30 a.m., and Saturday at 4:45 p.m., and Sunday at 8:15 a.m. out of duty? Is it a discipline?

You can call it that. It’s a duty the way it’s the duty of a scuba diver to put on his air tank before he goes underwater. It’s a duty the way pilots listen to air traffic controllers. It’s a duty the way soldiers in combat clean their rifles and load their guns. It’s a duty the way hungry people eat food. It’s a duty the way thirsty people drink water. It’s a duty the way a deaf man puts in his hearing aid. It’s a duty the way a diabetic takes his insulin. It’s a duty the way Pooh Bear looks for honey. It’s a duty the way pirates look for gold.

Means of Grace: Gift of God

I hate the devil, and the way he is killing some of you by persuading you it is legalistic to be as regular in your prayers as you are in your eating and sleeping and Internet use. Do you not see what a sucker he his making out of you? He is laughing up his sleeve at how easy it is to deceive Christians about the importance of prayer.

God has given us means of grace. If we do not use them to their fullest advantage, our complaints against him will not stick. If we don’t eat, we starve. If we don’t drink, we get dehydrated. If we don’t exercise a muscle, it atrophies. If we don’t breathe, we suffocate. And just as there are physical means of life, there are spiritual means of grace.

What are God’s Promises?


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