Jim Cymbala – Acts 1:8 – Moody Founder’s Week 2014

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VIDEO by Moody Bible Institute. You can see all of the other messages from the 2014 Moody Founder’s Conference here- http://www.youtube.com/user/MoodyBibleInstitute

Jim Cymbala, senior pastor at Brooklyn Tabernacle in Brooklyn, N.Y., teaches from Acts 1:8.

But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”

6 comentarii (+add yours?)

  1. Marius M
    feb. 18, 2014 @ 09:00:55

    Can you imagine if Jim Cymbala, the son of a Ukranian immigrant remained and stayed in the Ukranian Church speaking Ukranian…….How many people is he reaching now preaching the gospel the gospel in English? how many would hear him if he spoke Ukranian? I wouldn’t.
    The Romanian-American Church has an opportunity to speak to America , to people who need to hear the gospel. But they don’t, they like to keep the Americans out because they don’t want to be influenced by them.

    • rodi
      feb. 18, 2014 @ 09:32:35

      that is an excellent point. You know, in watching the Romanian expatriates living in western Europe, not only did they learn the language of their newly found countries, but communities such as Pastor Marius Livanu of Italy, actually visit churches and sing and preach to them in Italian. It is an awesome thing. And also, Romanian pastors and lay people are going into missions into the mostly secular western european nations as missionaries and planting churches.

      How sad then, that we the Romanian Americans of the US have wasted an entire generation’s future by insisting that we only preach in Romanian for decades, only to find out that the kids came to church understanding nothing or not very much. That was probably the biggest mistake of our generation and many kids have left the Romanian churches because of it.

      Jim Cymbala is one of the remaining and enduring faithful men of God. And his calling from God shows on and in his life!

  2. Marius M
    feb. 18, 2014 @ 09:38:50

    I feel the Romanian Christian community has much to offer this world, yet they shun outsiders not realizing they are huring the very people they are trying to protect, their children.
    I appreciate your web-site because your goal is not to promote one group over another , but to promote Jesus Christ and His gospel, for it brings salvation to all.

    • rodi
      feb. 18, 2014 @ 09:47:47

      comments like yours are the most appreciated by us, because you actually ‘see’ what we are trying to accomplish. We have no agenda except to bring the Gospel to the world and through the biblical/apologetic materials to help young people understand and deal with the tough pushback they get in their secular environments, which has undermined the faith of many. Besides, Jesus’s last command was to take the Gospel to the ends of the earth, and the internet is giving us a platform like never before to fulfill that command. We are terribly in awe of God, and altogether thankful for using us, for this purpose.
      God bless you Marius for being so gracious and for your uplifting comment! God regularly blesses us this way every once in a while! 🙂

  3. Marius M
    feb. 18, 2014 @ 10:08:40

    God Bless You too

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