VIDEO cu Teodor Codreanu – Poezie ‘Cobori la noi, O Duhule Prea Sfinte’


Cobori la noi, o Duhule Prea Sfinte
Noi te chemam prin rugi si-n cant
Cobori ni-e dorul nost fierbinte
La templul Tau de pe pamant.

Cobori, ca tainele Scripturii
Sunt pentru noi bucate tari
Cobori, ca-n fata omenirii
Stau Doamne, azi, probleme mari.

Cobori la noi, revarsa-ti harul
Te roaga micii tai copii
Cobori, sfinteste-ne altarul
Ce-i construit din pietre vii.

Daca are cinema cuvintele de la restul poeziei si doreste sa le furnizeze, va rog sa-mi lasati un comentariu pe pagina aceasta. Multumesc!

VIDEO by Criste Adrian

Simona Caba, misionara de 10 ani in Mozambique

Simona Caba - misionari Africa pentru IsusSimona Caba, Misionar in Mozambic cu ‘Africa pentru Isus’ (org)

Nascuta intr-o familie mare din Oradea, si crescand in Biserica Betel, Simona a invatat sa-L iubeasca pe Isus si sa fie pasionata pentru lucrarea evanghelizarii. Parintii au invatat-o  lucrarea de evanghelizare si misiune si Simona marturiseste ca dragostea ei pentru Dumnezeu a manat-o in sudul Africii, in Mozambic.

VIDEO by Alfa Omega TV (10 min)

Conferința ‘Sfânt” cu Beniamin Fărăgau la Oradea 15-17 Noiembrie

Sursa via Eveniment Crestin 


Cea de-a noua ediție a conferinței Oradeo ne aduce față în față cu un atribut al lui Dumnezeu, sfințenia, unul mai ușor de explicat decât de practicat! Citeste mai multe despre conferinta aici –

15 Noiembrie – ora 18 – Iuliu Centea
16 Noiembrie – ora 10 – Beniamin Fărăgău
16 Noiembrie – ora 18 – Benimain Fărăgău, Ami & Crista
17 Noiembrie – ora 17 – Silviu Cornea, Adi Hentea

În cadrul evenimentului se organizează un concurs pentru cele mai frumoase gânduri despre sfințenie, pentru detalii vizitați site-ul conferinței

Intrarea este liberă iar locația evenimentului va fi: Str. Greierului nr. 17; Biserica Penticostală MARANATA

In Awe of God’s Creation – Czech timelapse – Coplesit de Creatia lui Dumnezeu ♪ ♥ ♫◦° °◦°°◦

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David Platt – What happens to those who never hear the Gospel? (with Slovak subtitles)

David Platt

In the video, David Platt preaches on Romans 1, at Southeastern Evangelical Seminary. This video contains Slovak subtitles.

Fundamental Truth #1

Truth #1 All people know God the Father. All people have knowledge of God, the Father. Paul gives introductory comments to set the stage in the first 17 verses, and then in verse 18 he starts talking about the wrath of God that is being revealed from heaven against the godlessness and the wickedness of men who suppress the truth of God by their wickedness, since what may be known about God – listen to what it says- is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. Since the creation of the world, God’s invisible qualities, His eternal power and divine nature have been clearly seen, being understood so that man are without excuse. And, he says, in verse 21, there ‘for although they knew God.”

Fundamental assumption. God has revealed Himself to all men. Everyone on the planet. Whether it is the man in the African jungle, Asian village, the eskimo in the forgotten tundra, wherever, all people have knowledge of God, the Father. It is clear, sufficient, plain, so that men are without excuse.

Fundamental Truth # 2

All people reject true knowledge of God. „For, although they knew God,” verse 21 says, „they neither glorified Him as God, nor gave thanks to Him. But, their thinking became futile, and their foolish hearts were darkened. Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools, and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for the images, made to look like mortal men, and birds, and animals, and reptiles.” So, God gave them over to the sinful desires of their hearts. To sexual impurity, for the degrading of their bodies and one another. They exchanged the truth of God for a lie. And this is us, we worship created things, rather than the Creator, who is forever to be praised. Amen. They rejected God, the Father. And, this is the human condition for all of us- us in this room, people in Africa, and in Asia, in the Middle East, people in Australia… we have all rejected God, the Father.

I remember talking (over) this question with a group of college students at one point, and one girl asked me:

Well, what about those who never heard the Gospel? Her example was this Aztec Indian. She said, „Aztec Indians who did not have the Bible, but, they did the best they could with what they had. Maybe they worshipped the sun, and they called it the sun god. But, that was the best they could with what they had. Isn’t that good enough?” And I think it’s a good question. But, the reality is, Paul says very clearly in Romans: Absolutely, that is not good enough. That is the core of what we have all done. We have taken created things and worshipped them instead of the Creator. Idolatry is not good enough before the God of the universe. All people reject true knowledge of God, leading to

Fundamental Truth # 3

There are no innocent people in the world. You read through Romans 1:18 – 2:16 and you see an indictment of the Gentiles, the heathen, who do not have law. You can almost hear the Jewish Christians ‘Amen’-ing at every line, until he gets to chapter 2, verse 17 and he says, „Now, you, if you call yourself a Jew, you’re relying on the law and bragging about your relationship to God, and he goes off on them. And then, in chapter 3, verse 9, all the way through verse 20, he gives this stinging indictment, where he pulls text after text, after text from the Old Testament and he says, „There is no one righteous. not even one.” No one who understands. No one who seeks God. All have turned away. They have together become worthless. There is no one who does good. Not even one.

So, here’s the deal. If you were to ask me, „David, what happens to the innocent guy in Africa, who has never heard the Gospel?” Then, my answer to you, based on what the word of God teaches very clearly, my answer would be that that man, undoubtedly goes to heaven without question. He will spend eternity in heaven, even though he has never heard the Gospel.” The only problem is: THAT GUY DOES NOT EXIST. ‘What happens to the innocent guy in Africa’, is how this question is most often phrased.  The reality is, there is not one innocent person in Africa. If they were innocent, they would have no need to hear the Gospel. The reason they need to hear the Gospel is because at this moment, they stand guilty before a holy God. That’s why we take the Gospel to them.

Do you follow me there? We bias this question towards ourselves and away from the holiness of God, at every turn. And we look for the opportunities to point at the injustices of God. The reality is: Every single one of us, in this room is guilty before a holy God. Infinitely guilty before a holy God. NO INNOCENT PEOPLE IN THE WORLD. Leading to truth #4.

Fundamental Truth # 4

All people, then, all people are condemned for rejecting God. Romans 1:18-3:20 has to be one of the most depressed parts of the entire Bible. Depravity on every phrase. And, Paul sums it up in chapter 3:19. He says, „We know that whatever the law says, says to those who are under the law, so that every mouth is silenced, and the whole world held accountable to God. No one. „No one,” Paul says, „will be declared righteous in God’s sight, by observing the law.” Through the law, we become conscious of sin. In other words, we all stand condemned and our efforts, every good effort we have to overcome our condemnation sinks us into greater condemnation. Our best effort, even condemns us more.

Now, it is at this point that we think about a common idea, not just in our culture, I would say, in our churches. There is this idea, that if people have never heard the Gospel, that certainly, God would not allow them, or, in a more active way, send them to hell. They never heard, so certainly, by nature of the fact they have not heard, they will not be held accountable, and therefore, they’ll go to heaven. It’s an idea that at the core that begins to think that because they’ve never heard, there’s a pass of sorts into heaven. But, think about that. If that were true… First of all, there’s no evidence of this in Scripture. But, even on a practical level, if they were guaranteed to go to heaven, simply by nature of the fact that they have never heard the Gospel, then, what is the worst thing you and I could do for their eternal state? Taking to them the Gospel. „Well, thanks for having missions week. We were doing fine. Headed to eternity in heaven with God, until you and your IMB (International Missions Board?) got here and messed it all up. Stop commissioning.”

Obviously, that undercuts the entire evangelistic enterprise of the church. Even here, in our country, you go to a college campus here, and inevitably you will meet international students who have little or no knowledge of the Gospel. Imagine going up to one of them and saying, „Have you heard of the Gospel? Have you heard of Christ?” And they look back at you and say, „No.” And, if you believe that person is going to heaven, precisely because they’ve never heard, then what would you say to them? „Well, if somebody tries to tell you, put your fingers in your ears and start yelling really loudly and run away.” This misses the whole point.

VIDEO by I’ll Be Honest – Global (Where you will find lots of short and long sermons clips, translated into a variety of languages)

To watch the entire sermon (59 minutes) click here

Today is the alternate International Day of Prayer – Open Doors World Watch List: Pakistan, China, Egypt, Nigeria, India, Iran, Central Asia – Video for each country from Open Doors

Central Asia consists of 5 countries: Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. Over 60 million people live in this region, but currently less than 10% profess Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. Although the degree of persecution varies across the 5 nations, one factor remains consistent: Christians in Central Asia face constant pressure for their faith.

Find out more about persecution in Central Asia by visiting the Open Doors website:

China, with a population of 1.3 billion people, has seen tremendous changes. These political, economic, and social changes have brought changes to the church, too. Sixty years ago, there were perhaps 750,000 evangelicals in China. Thirty years ago, there were an estimated three million. And today, conservative estimates of evangelicals in China range between 60 and 80 million. This growth, representing one of the largest revivals in the history of Christianity, came in the face of persecution…

Find out more about persecution in China by visiting the Open Doors website:

Egypt is one of the world’s greatest civilizations. The land of the Pharaohs. The birth Place of Moses. A place of refuge for Jesus as a child. Visited by the disciples Mark and Peter and the apostle Paul. One of the first nations to embrace Christianity. But 13 centuries ago Islam changed all that. Today, Islam is the official religion of Egypt. Christians are free to follow Jesus in this Muslim dominated society. However, this freedom has its limits…

Find out more about persecution in Egypt by visiting the Open Doors website:

The plight of Nigerians is often in the news. But the message is generally connected to the economy, oil and corruption. The sometimes-fierce battle between Christians and Muslims is rarely reported.

Find out more about persecution in Nigeria by visiting the Open Doors website:

India possesses a population of almost 1.3 billion people, more than 80% of India’s peoples are followers of Hinduism, Only about 3% of India’s population claim to be Christians. These followers encounter growing persecution…

Find out more about persecution in India by visiting the Open Doors website:

Today, the Islamic Republic of Iran is home to 75 million people, with 98 percent of the population adhering to Islam. At least 450,000 followers of Christ live in Iran. And while Christianity is an officially-recognized religion in Iran, in practice, many Christians face oppression from their neighbors. Christian believers in Iran continue to place their hope and trust in God. They ask for our prayers as they bravely share Christ with their families and neighbors. God is moving and the church is growing. Please continue to pray for God’s grace and endurance for the followers of Jesus in Iran.

Find out more about persecution in Iran by visiting the Open Doors website:

Central Asia consists of 5 countries: Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. Over 60 million people live in this region, but currently less than 10% profess Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. Although the degree of persecution varies across the 5 nations, one factor remains consistent: Christians in Central Asia face constant pressure for their faith.

Find out more about persecution in Central Asia by visiting the Open Doors website:

VIDEO by Open Doors UK & Ireland

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