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Are you bored with God?

via ChurchLeaders.com by Thomas McDaniels: If you’re bored with life, you’re bored with God. How could you be on fire for God and bored with life?

 

„We must measure our Christianity by our relationship with God, not our relationship with our church. If you’re bored in life, you’re bored with God! How can you be on fire for God and bored with life? Because if you’re bored with life you are bored with God. But, do you know what I find? I find that people get bored with church. Why? Because we’re doing it the wrong way and we expect God’s results: How much was in the offering? How many children in the children’s dept.? We’re measuring the wrong gauge. Maybe we should find out who is not here, because maybe they’re ministering. Maybe we should find out who is in a nursing home. Maybe we should find out who is in the prison preaching the Gospel.

Maybe we’re asking the wrong questions and maybe we should start asking the right questions, and this is what God is dealing with my heart about:

  1. How many non Christian organizations are using your building Tom?
  2. How many sinners attend your services?
  3. Are we inviting the poor to our banquets?
  4. How many of our neighbors call us for help, Pastor Tom?

That’s my questison. Every neighbor around here that’s having a problem should be calling the church right here. But, if we would love our neighbor as ourself… „Love your neighbor as yourself..” Is that an option? Jesus never said, „Love your neighbor as yourself- if you want to.. or, Love your neighbor as yourself if it’s convenient for you… or, Love your neighbor as yourself if you’re not busy, or if you don’t have a 50-60 hour a week job. It’s okay, it’s optional.” Jesus didn’t say it was optional.
And you say, „I love my neighbor.” Oh, you don’t know him. And you say, „Well, that’s all right, I’m just supposed to love him.” There’s another verse: „as yourself.” You know you. So, if you know you, you’re supposed to know them.

 

 

 

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Paul Washer – Are you saved? Ce este Mantuirea? (Predica substrata)

Că trebuie să fugi de mânia viitoare Să fugi de Legea lui Moise, care te condamnă în cetatea de scăpare care este Isus Hristos, Domnul nostru. – Paul Washer

Ce este Mantuirea? (2 min)

Paul washerIn acest moment, Dumnezeu porunceste tuturor oamenilor sa se pocaiasca si sa creada, caci astazi este ziua mantuirii, ca trebuie sa fugi de mania viitoare, sa fugi de legea lui Moise, care te condamna, in cetatea de scapare care este Isus Hristos, Domnul nostru. Fugi spre El. Pocainta inseamna pur si simplu sa renunti, sa renunti a mai lupta impotriva lui Dumnezeu si sa incetezi sa mai incerci sa-ti castigi propria mantuire prin faptele tale si literalmente sa renunti si sa te arunci in bratele Domnului Isus. Aceasta este mantuirea.

Asa incat sa poti spune: „Nimic n-aduc in mainile mele, doar de cruce ma agat.” Si cand acea samanta creste in tine pana in punctul in care stii ca starea ta inaintea lui Dumnezeu este 100% bazata si fondata pe lucrarea desavarsita si meritul lui Isus Hristos. Atunci vei sta inaintea Lui cu incredere, stiind ca toate pacatele tale au fost ispasite si ca esti neprihanit in Hristos. Vino la El!

Vino la Hristos! Vino la El cu nimic in mainile tale. E timpul sa renunti la tine.

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Ce este Evanghelia? (73 min)

Paul Washer mărturisește despre adevărata evanghelie biblică a lui Isus Hristos și predică despre faptul că Hristos este singura cale spre cer, și nu există nicio altă cale.

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Vladimir Pustan – Patru lucruri ca sa fi fericit

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Interesting facts about the Bible

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A great feature on the Gospel Coalition blogs is their regular column titles „9 things you should know”. In their latest post, Joe Carter writes about „9 Things You Should Know about the Bible. Here’s just 3, numbers 1, 6, and 9:

1. The English word Bible is derived from the Koine Greek τὰ βιβλία (ta biblia – „the books”). While Christian use of the term can be traced to around A.D. 223, the late biblical scholar F.F. Bruce noted that Chrysostom in his Homilies on Matthew (between A.D. 386 and 388) appears to be the first writer to use the Greek phrase ta biblia to describe both the Old and New Testaments together.

6. The Bible is not only the best-selling book of all-time, it is consistently the best-selling book of the the year, every year. (Even in 1907, the New York Times noted that the „daily sales of the Bible, 40,000 copies, exceed the annual sales of most popular novels.”) Currently, an estimated 25 million copies are sold or distributed in the U.S. every year, approximately one new Bible for every 12 Americans.

9. All the books of the Old Testament except Esther, Ecclesiastes and the Song of Solomon are quoted or referenced in the New Testament. Jesus quoted or made references from Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Deuteronomy, Psalms, Proverbs, 1 Kings, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Amos, Jonah, Micah, Zechariah, and Malachi.

Read the entire article here – http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/tgc/2013/06/22/9-things-you-should-know-about-the-bible/

In awe of God’s creation – Pálava, Czech Republic – Coplesit de creatia lui Dumnezeu

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In awe of God’s creation – Caves made of marble – Pestera din marmura – Coplesit de creatia lui Dumnezeu

Carved into the Patagonian Andes, these solid-marble stunners are 6,000 years in the making. Formed as glacial waters brushed up against calcium carbonate, the swirling shades of blue could pass for an abstract painting. Photo via allthatisinteresting.com

Pestera aceasta se gaseste in muntii Andes a Patagonieni din Chile si se presupune ca exista de 6000 de ani.

Conferinţa naţională pentru femei şi fete – Mamaia, 2013

via Romania Evanghelica. Pentru mai multe detalii fa click aici – http://conferintafemei.wordpress.com/2013/05/09/285/

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Conferinta femei,Portugalia. Fii o femeie care muta muntii! Daniela Delibas,Partea 2

Daniela Delibas, casatorita de 6 ani, mama la 3 copii, Redactor-Crainic la Radio Vocea Evangheliei Suceava si autorul cartii ‘Femeia care muta muntii’ incurajeaza femeile sa isi vada menirea dincolo de partea casnica, ca slujitoare a lui Hristos.

Conferinta Nationala a femeilor crestine din Portugalia – Invitata: Daniela Delibas
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Vezi Partea 1 aiciConferinta femei, Portugalia. Fii o femeie care muta muntii! Daniela Delibas,Partea 1 Introducerea cartii „Femeia care muta muntii”.

Partea 2/4

Cateva notite, Daniela Delibas:

Trebuie sa mutam cativa munti:

Primul munte: Lipsa de partasie cu Dumnezeu

Daniela Delibas Conferinta femei, PortugaliaPrimul dintre munti este: Lipsa de partasie cu Dumnezeu. Viata este frumoasa atunci cand o petrecem pe genunchi. Biblia este o carte unica. Biblia nu este doar o carte pe care o inteleg, ci este Cartea care ma intelege pe mine. Este singura carte in lume care a schimbat si continua sa schimbe destinele oamenilor care au citit-o, pentru eternitate. Este singura carte care schimba cu adevarat omul si destinul unui om. Ignorarea celorlalte carti din vasta biblioteca a lumii ne poate dauna, intr-o anumita masura atunci cand nu le citim. Dar, ignorarea Bibliei ne poate atrage suferinta noastra vesnica si de neinlaturat.(Citat William MacDonald).

Cum va incepeti voi ziua? Pentru ca o zi inceputa sau continuata, fara a cauta sa petrecem intai un timp cu Dumnezeu, un timp in care sa primim putere din puterea Lui este o zi sortita esecului. In fiecare zi trebuie sa ne luptam cu anumiti munti si fiecare din noi avem anumiti munti. Dar, daca nu am petrecut inainte un timp cu singurul care ne poate ajuta sa fim femei care mutam muntii, nu vom reusi sa mutam muntii din viata noastra si ne vom poticni pe cale, vom fi trantite la pamant de puterea acestor munti si vom suferi. Sa ne ajute Dumnezeu sa intelegem ca relatia cu Dumnezeu este cea mai importanta relatie pe care o putem avea pe acest pamant. Si daca relatia cu Dumnezeu este slaba, este aproape inexistenta pentru unele dintre noi, sa nu ne asteptam ca celelalte relatii sa fie bune, sa fie frumoase pentru ca in capul unghiului se afla relatia cu Dumnezeu si de acolo pornesc toate celelalte: Relatia cu sotul, relatia cu copiii, relatia cu vecinii, cu prietenii, cu semenii nostri, cu membrii din biserica. Ele nu pot fii bune, aceste relatii, daca in primul rand relatia cu Dumnezeu nu este buna. (Din primele 4 minute. Fisierul = 40 de minute).

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Cireșarii – Amăgire

Cireșarii & Vladimir Pustan la Sala Palatului București – duminică 9 iunie 2013
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Câtă vreme a trecut, câtă vreme a rămas
Între noapte și zi, între lumi și popas
Ne mințim zi de zi c-am fost, că vom fi
Și uităm mult prea des să mai fim
Vrem s-avem cât mai mult ca și cum n-am mai ști
Ce săraci lumea vom părăsi.

Spune de ce tot alergi, spune ce vrei să culegi
Pierzi rădăcini de ani intregi în neștire
Mâine la capăt de drum tu vei afla că oricum
Fără Isus toate sunt amăgire.

Ce iluzii s-au dus, ce iluzii mai sunt
Clipe care ne trec ca umbră pe gând
Alergam după nori, alergăm după vânt
Și deschidem târziu pumnii goi
Vrem un nou început însă timpul pierdut
Nu se-ntoarce nicicând înapoi.

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Dealing with jealousy and envy

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Dr. Lin McLaughlin, professor of educational ministries and leadership from Dallas Seminary:

Definition of jealousy: Hostility toward a rival or one believed to enjoy an advantage.

Definition of envy: Painful or resentful awareness of an advantage enjoyed by another, joined with the desire to possess the same advantage.

I experience those emotions and/or sin, and behavior, and I have been a little disturbed to see how much it pervades my life. I am acknowledging this before you, not that I want this to be. The problem for me is that these emotions are very toxic. What that means is that they are also very likely to contaminate. It really starts to interfere with my relationships. The other problem with jealousy and envy, to the extent that I have it, or to the extent that I act on it is that it can be very wounding. It can wound other people. Sometimes I see it, sometimes I don’t. Maybe some of you can identify, either being on the sending or the receiving end of those wounds, because of jealousy and because of envy. This is problematic for me, this temptation, these emotions, because what I find I do amass them. I am very quick to rationalize and justify them as warranted criticism of others. That from my vast ministry experience, or on the basis of my credentials, or my expertise in a given area, or that because of my mastery in a certain subject area, or a particular kind of leadership in a church- my criticism is warranted.

But, that is not what is really going on, on a deeper level with me. And that’s my challenge to you: to examine and be self aware of what’s happening. Commensurate with the definitions that we’re given, one of the things I find going on with me, that’s a signal of a problem is that I start to see colleagues and peers, and maybe friends, as maybe rivals. And so, a kind of rivalry starts to set itself up in my mindset and my thinking. What’s really underlying that is a jealousy, a resentment for that person, toward that person because of recognition, because of achievement, and it’s particularly strong when I’m at my most insecure, or when I have, myself, experienced a failure in ministry and a failure in leadership. In an attempt to somehow band aid that hurt and that pain I elevate myself. In my own mind and my own thinking that’s what I’m doing. And that could even spill over in my conversation with others about that person, which of course is gossip. That’s the nature of the toxicity of these emotions, these struggles for me.

Of course, Scripture is really clear about this being a problem. I’ve got something to share with you from Paul from 1 Corinthians 3:2-3  And I, brethren, could not speak to you as to spiritual people but as to carnal, as to babes in Christ. I fed you with milk and not with solid food; for until now you were not able to receive it, and even now you are still not able; for you are still carnal. For where there are envy, strife, and divisions among you, are you not carnal and behaving like mere men?  AND 2 Corinthians 12:20 – For I am afraid that when I come I may not find you as I want you to be, and you may not find me as you want me to be. I fear that there may be discord, jealousy, fits of rage, selfish ambition, slander, gossip, arrogance and disorder. James 3:14-16 14 But if you harbor bitter envy and selfish ambition in your hearts, do not boast about it or deny the truth. 15 Such “wisdom” does not come down from heaven but is earthly, unspiritual, demonic. 16 For where you have envy and selfish ambition, there you find disorder and every evil practice. 

It is real clear, that around jealousy and envy orbit this constellation of other destructive behaviors actions and emotions. And that’s one of the reasons that it’s so problematic for those of us who deal with it and for those others who are around us. Concerning envy, Proverbs 14:30 says this: A tranquil heart gives life to the flesh, but envy makes the bones rot.And it really, actually feels like that is happening at times when I’m in the throes of these emotions.

PRAYER – So, what do we do? How do we try to counter these? Well, honestly, the best one I found is prayer. I just have to go to the Lord and acknowledge (that) I’m just getting whipped by this, and I just don’t think I can gain the upper hand. And I really need for You, through the work of the Spirit to put to death these emotions. I’ve tried just about everything I know. I admit and acknowledge there’s no place for them in my life. And I need for You to take them out of the way, because this ends up interfering with my ability to love others, which is what we are principally called to do- and edify them, and support them.

SELF AWARENESS – Self awareness is another thing that can help us. That is just living the examined Christian life. But, being able to catch those indicating emotions and thoughts that signal to us, that queue us into the fact that really what’s at work here is our own problem with jealousy and envy. And that can help us, perhaps, reverse those tendencies or at minimum to pray about them. Because, you see, we are very much a puzzle to ourselves. And that puzzle about ourselves, and of ourselves can lead us to deny that this is actually happening or taking place. It can lead us to self justify and rationalize, as opposed to getting to the root of the problem.

Celebrate others – Finally, I would say this: Celebrate others. One of the things I’ve been trying to do is a counter to these emotions and the pull of them when I sense them coming on, and this happens especially when I see someone else getting recognition for their achievement, when I see them getting an accolade. Does that happen to you? I mean, do you think to yourself, „Why  isn’t that happening to me?” But, celebrate others. By that I mean, as I sense that happening, I ask myself,” Hold up, wait a minute, how can I enter into the joy of this person’s achievement and success?” I just try to work on my thinking. I try to say, „Lin, put this envy aside and just think about the joy of what this person is feeling and experiencing, and vicariously enter into that.  I shared with my class, earlier this week, we have a number of works, theologically, on the pleasure of God. The pleasure of His being and His person, rightly written. I don’t think we have enough on the pleasure of people. And as Christians, that’s what we are to enjoy. We often talk about what a pain people are, but I don’t think we talk often enough about the pleasure of people, the sheer joy of people.

In closing, I submit this thought to you: Most of the pleasure of this life, that we can experience is to be vicariously experienced. We We usually think about pleasure for us that which is directly experienced in our own life. But it could be that there is a vast amount of pleasure that’s waiting to be experienced vicariously as we enter into the pleasure of others and just celebrate them. Try to avoid the eye of envy and the eye of jealousy, and ask the Lord to help you overcome those things.

Dr. Lin McLaughlin, professor of educational ministries and leadership, talks from his own personal struggles about ways to combat jealousy and envy.  http://www.dts.edu VIDEO by dallasseminary. Jim McLaughlin from Dallas Seminary:

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Darrell Bock – How to Build Relationships with Muslims and Life as a Woman in the Context of Islam

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Dr. Darrell Bock and „Miriam” discuss life in the context of Islam, focusing on her spiritual journey from Islam to Christianity. Miriam’s voice is digitally rearranged in order to protect her identity.

Growing up in the Middle East

01:56 Miriam shares what it was like growing up in the Middle East
07:55 How Muslims view the days of the week
12:55 American stereotypes of Muslims
14:28 The kinds of Muslims around the world
16:30 Life in the United States vs. life in the Middle East
19:16 Contrasting religious Muslims and secular Muslims

How to Build Relationships with Muslims

00:12 Identity and religion in the Middle East
02:30 Different branches of Islam
04:32 Honesty and terrorism in Islam
11:05 Miriam’s spiritual journey from Islam to Christianity
16:39 Miriam’s ministry to Muslims in the United States
17:18 Advice on interacting with Muslim people

Life as a Woman in the Context of Islam

 

Florin Ianovici – Minciuna iti promite fericirea…

PAGINA Florin Ianovici PREDICI

ianovici 2013Minciuna iti promite fericirea dar nu ti-o va da niciodata pentru ca nu o cunoaste!

Minciuna generalizeaza – toti sunt rai, toti sunt pacatosi – pe cand adevarul pune punctul pe ,,i” – ,,tu esti omul acela”! –

Minciuna iti ia jugul de lemn si iti pune unul de fier. Adevarul iti da jugul lui Hristos care inseamna: rob de buna voie, din dragoste fata de El.

Minciuna e vorbareata, se lamenteaza, gesticuleaza si e teatrala. Adevarul e discret, vorbeste rar si scurt. Daca privesti fata adevarului vei vedea urmele lacrimilor…!

Minciuna vorbeste doar despre bunatatea lui Dumnezeu nu si despre dreptatea Lui. E cea mai scarboasa minciuna: minciuna religioasa!

Cunoasteti adevarul si adevarul va va face liberi. Practicati adevarul si veti ramane slobozi fara sa va mai plecati sub jugul robiei.

Interviu cu Cristi si Ema Repede la Biserica Emanuel din Galati 2013 si cateva cantari

Cristi si Emma Repede

Un scurt interviu cu Cristi si Ema Repede. VIDEO by alinKORGpa

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Iraq: The Shrinking, Yet Advancing Church! 18 minute documentary with Christian converts

Photo: mlive.com  2010: An Iraqi man is consoled by friends at the scene of a car bomb attack in front of a Syrian Catholic Church, in Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, Nov. 1, 2010. Islamic militants held around 120 Iraqi Christians hostage for nearly four hours in a church Sunday before security forces stormed the building and freed them, ending a standoff that left dozens of people dead, U.S. and Iraqi officials said.

On the surface, it appears that the church is on the verge of extinction in Iraq but, as you’ll see from this report, God is working in a powerful way within this ancient land! We will introduce you to some followers of Jesus who have refused to leave the country, even though the majority of Christians have fled this war- torn land in recent years – people who are committed to the cause of Christ like the Vicar of Baghdad, Andrew White; house church planter, „Deborah”; and „Rebekah,” whose husband was murdered by militant Muslims. You’ll be inspired by their courage and resolve to advance God’s Kingdom! Also, you will have an opportunity to hear first-hand the stories of Muslim converts to Christianity who have suffered as a result of their decision to leave Islam. This 18- minute documentary will help you better understand what our brothers and sisters in Christ are facing during this crucial hour. From The Voice of the Martyrs Canada.

Russia: Sharing the Gospel in the Dangerous Islamic South

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Islam in Russia – Islam is the second most widely professed religion in the Russian Federation. Islam is considered as one of Russia’s traditional religions, legally a part of Russian historical heritage. According to a poll by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center, 6% of respondents considered themselves Muslims. According to Reuters, Muslim minorities make up a seventh (14%) of Russia’s population. Muslims constitute the nationalities in the North Caucasus residing between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea: Adyghe,Balkars, Chechens, Ingush, Kabardin, Karachay, and numerous Dagestani peoples. Also, in the middle of the Volga Basin reside populations of Tatars and Bashkirs, the vast majority of whom are Muslims. There are over 5,000 registered religious Muslim organizations (divided into Sunni, Shia and Sufi groups), which is over one sixth of the number of registered Russian Orthodox religious organizations of about 29,268 (As of December 2006) (Wikipedia)

Chechnya, Dagestan, and North Caucasus are places most people have probably never heard of before April’s Boston Marathon bombings. The two brothers suspected of carrying out the attacks lived in this violent area of Russia before moving to the United States. It’s in these dangerous places where a handful of Christians are sharing the Gospel at great risk to themselves and their families and bringing the hope of Christ to these violent regions.

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Conferinta femei, Portugalia. Fii o femeie care muta muntii! Daniela Delibas,Partea 1

VEZI Partea 2, 3 & 4 aici

Daniela Delibas, casatorita de 6 ani, mama la 3 copii, Redactor-Crainic la Radio Vocea Evangheliei Suceava si autorul cartii ‘Femeia care muta muntii’ incurajeaza femeile sa isi vada menirea dincolo de partea casnica, ca slujitoare a lui Hristos.

Daniela Delibas (Partea 1 din 4 = 32 minute) Marcu 11:23 – Adevărat vă spun că, dacă va zice cineva muntelui acestuia: ,Ridică-te şi aruncă-te în mare`, şi dacă nu se va îndoi în inima lui, ci va crede că ce zice se va face, va avea lucrul cerut.
Care pot fi acesti munti din viata femeii cu care ar putea sa se lupte?

  • Daniela Delibas Conferinta femei, PortugaliaIngrijorarea. Acest munte ne fura bucuria de a trai fiecare zi in ascultare de Hristos si sa traim o zi frumoasa, asa cum Dumnezeu a intentionat pentru fiecare dintre noi. Ingrijorarea ne si fura pacea din inima. Ne fura increderea care ar trebui sa o avem in Dumnezeu.
  • Nemultumirea. Suntem nemultumite de viata pe care o traim, de ceea ce Dumnezeu ne-a dat sau nu ne-a dat. Poate ca gandim ca am fi meritat mai mult sau poate gandim ca uneori e prea multa suferinta si prea multa durere. Sa ne ajute Dumnezeu sa fim multumite cu viata care El ne-a dat-o, pentru ca este de fapt viata care ne ajuta pe noi sa mostenim cerul.
  • Stresul. Daca aveti copii mici stresul poate fi un munte care ne fura bucuria. Felul in care ne raportam la stres ne poate lua pacea din inima. Semnificatia mamei este de a se bucura de copiii ei si de a investi in ei si de ai creste pentru Hristos.
  • Framantarea inimii. Atunci cand nu sti ce a pregatit Dumnezeu pentru tine in viitor, nu vezi nici o speranta pentru viitor, dar sa ai incredere ca Dumnezeu stie ce face. (Poza 1 – http://www.littlelamb.ro, Poza 2 din video)

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