Mujer: ¿Quién eres en Cristo?

Muchas mujeres, aunque saben de Dios no lo conocen directamente, y es por ello que se conforman a la cultura sexualizada y llena de vanidad, a relaciones que las dejan sucias y solas, todo lo cual está muy lejos de ser lo mejor que Dios quiere para ellas. El artista de hip-hop Ivan2filoz lo describe con palabras muy emotivas en este poema hablado (no concuerdo en que la mujer es mejor que el hombre y para mejorar a Adán, eso no es bíblico).  Pero todo lo demás es buenísimo.  Recuerda, por tanto, que Dios está siempre esperándote con los brazos abiertos, para dejar atrás el pecado y la suciedad del mundo, y darte una vida nueva. No demores más, ¡arrepiéntete ahora y acepta a Cristo como Dios y Salvador! ¡Él te ama y quiere lo mejor para ti!
~jO

PD: Abajo copié la letra, ¡compártanlo!

 

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Resurrection Day (easter)– The One & Only Focus

As Christians, our challenge is to live by the Word of God, everyday, every minute of our lives, and glorify God in all we do. Easter is only one of many celebrations called “Christian” which includes many non-Christian (pagan too) ideas. Whatever justification you have to teach your children about the bunny and *not* about the resurrection of our Lord Jesus is not really the point–not if you are a believer in Jesus Christ, that is. Now, if you are teaching both, but making a difference between the two, which is real, which is not, kudos to you, mama! Continue reading →

Firmly secured believers in Christ

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Our Hope in Christ as described throughout the Scriptures (old and new testaments, and no additions!) is our anchor in these evil times–Him, His existence, humanity, divine revelation. Nothing else, nothing more!  May we give the Scriptures the relevance they have in our spiritual walk, but remember too that the devil uses Scriptures to deceive the elect! Christ is our anchor!

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What is Hospitality Anyway?

Image credit: The Every Day Home Blog

Image credit: The Every Day Home Blog

I run into this quote today and thought that it deserved a special place in my blog, as a reminder to myself to always be hospitable–whether ready or not (whatever “ready” means for me). Romans 12:13 says, “When God’s people are in need, be ready to help them. Always be eager to practice hospitality.” Thus, the perspective is personal, not regarding the state of our homes but rather the state of mind in which we are. We are to ready and willing to welcome others in our homes. Every Christian household should–without question. Continue reading →