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God has manifested His justice, that was testified by the law and profets, a different justices to t...
Romans 3:21-26
-Everyone that came to Jesus needy and humble, He was always wil...
Mark 8:11-13
Mark 8:27-30
-Again Jesus was traveling from one place to another to bring th...
Mark 7:31-37
Mark 8:14-21
Mark 8:22-26
-Jesus began to explain plainly what He had to suffer by the eld...
Mark 8:31-38
-Verse 1 seems to be an expression of Christ’s vision of the times.
Mark 9:1-8
Mark 9:9-13
Mark 10:13-16
Mark 9:14-29
Mark 9:38-41
Mark 9:42-50
Mark 10:1-12
Mark 9:30-32
Mark 9:33-37
Mark 10:17-31
Romans 2:25-29
Mark 10:32-34
Mark 10:35-45
Mark 10:46-52
Mark 11:12-14
Mark 11:1-11
  -This is another attempt from the Pharisees and scribes to find a flaw in Jesus’ speech.
Mark 12:13-17
Mark 11:27-33
Mark 12:1-12
Mark 11:20-25
  -This Scribe came to Jesus probably to see what he had heard about him, that is his unique wisdom.
Mark 12:28-34
  -Here are the Sadducees trying to trap Jesus again.
Mark 12:18-27
      Ya que el vivir para la carne resulta en muerte, pero dar muerte a las obr...
Romans 8:12-17
Los creyentes, que tenemos las primicias del espíritu, y aun la creación misma, aguard...
Romans 8:18-25
Este pasaje es una hermosa doxología al Padre del Apóstol y todo creyente abismado por...
Ephesians 1:3-11
  -“El que procede de arriba” se refiere a Cristo mismo, que no procede de la tierr...
John 3:31-36
  Como todo el que está en tinieblas espirituales, Nicodemo, a pesar de ser un prominent...
John 3:1-15
  Juan 3:16-21   Jesús continúa explicando a Nicodemo cómo puede nace...
John 3:16-21
El pasaje nos dice por un lado que Jesús vino con sus discípulos y bautizaba en Judea,...
John 3:22-30
  Vemos en el texto la razón por la cual dice de Jesús el verso 4 dice: “y le era necesario pasar por Samaria.
John 4:7-15
  Jesús mostró a esta mujer que Dios está buscando adoradores en esp&iacut...
John 4:16-26
  Los judíos acusaron a Jesús de ser samaritano (se vé lo denigrante que e...
John 8:48-59
  Dios utiliza instrumentos insignificantes para la mente humana, como una mujer samaritana para   cumplir sus propósitos.
John 4:39-42
  Los fariseos trajeron la mujer para probar a Jesús, conociendo que la ley juzgaba en Lev.
John 8:1-12
  Jesús no quería fama inapropiada.
John 4:1-6
  Jesús se llama a sí mismo “la luz del mundo,” indicando que el mundo está en tinieblas.
John 8:12-20
  Jesús estableció que cuando él se fuere, algunos le buscarían, si...
John 8:21-30
  El resultado indefectible o la marca inequívoca de ser discípulos de Jesús, es permanecer en su palabra.
John 8:31-47
  Las aflicciones, contrario a lo que el hombre comúnmente piensa, no son el resultado d...
John 9:1-12
  Por la admiración de los discípulos de que Jesús estuviese hablando con ...
John 4:27-38
  Jesús volvió a Caná de Galilea y los galileos le recibieron porque le ha...
John 4:43-54
    El contexto de este pasaje es el argumento de Jesús para probar que Él y...
John 5:19-29
  Jesús no hace nada por iniciativa propia, fuera de la voluntad de Dios.
John 5:30-47
  Jesús vio la gran multitud que se acercaba a Él y esto no lo turbo, porque Él sabia lo que iba a hacer.
John 6:1-15
  Los fariseos argumentaban que Jesús no ponía provenir de Dios porque sanó...
John 9:13-23
  *La incredulidad de los fariseos es latente en todo este pasaje.
John 9:24-34
  Aunque la enfermedad irremediablemente es para muerte, Jesús estableció que la ...
John 11:1-16
  Jesús establece que el pastor de ovejas es aquel que entra por la puerta del redil, no...
John 10:1-21
  Que terrible realidad la de estos judíos que teniendo la verdad en sus narices, no la ...
John 10:22-42
  Marta creía en Jesús como el Mesías, el Cristo que había de venir...
John 11:17-27
  El pasaje nuevamente hace hincapié en que Jesús estaba profundamente conmovido ...
John 11:38-44
  Era evidente que la acción de Marta en el v.
John 11:28-37
  La resurrección de Lázaro provocó en los judíos dos reacciones diferentes.
John 11:45-57
  La multitud que había venido a la fiesta, que escuchaban el testimonio de los que hab&...
John 12:12-19
  C J Mahaney ha llamado la acción de esta mujer “una devoción extravagante”.
John 12:1-8
  Jesús dice a sus discípulos y los griegos que querían verle que:   ...
John 12:20-26
  Jesús sabía que su hora había llegado y su alma estaba angustiada.
John 12:27-36
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The promise fulfilled
Mark 11:15-19
Published June 1st, 2012
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2009-04-14 07:14:28
2009-04-14 07:54:39
-Jesus came to Jerusalem and as He was used to immediately He entered the temple, for it was imperative for Him to be in the house of His Father (Luke 2:49). This is a proof He was the Messiah, and no one else; as the hardened Jews still believe the Messiah is to come, because it was prophesized that the Messiah was to enter the temple, ad so He did. Contrary to what some Jews think, it is futile to still wait for the Messiah since there is no temple anymore. Jesus is the temple. Malaquiah 3:1-3 says, “Behold, I send my messenger, and he will prepare the way before me (talking about John the Baptist). And the Lord whom you seek will suddenly come to his temple; and the messenger of the covenant in whom you delight, behold, he is coming, says the Lord of hosts. But who can endure the day of his coming, and who can stand when he appears? For he is like a refiner’s fire and like fuller’s soap . He will sit as a refiner and purifier of silver, and he will purify the sons of Levi and refine them like gold and silver, and they will bring offerings in righteousness to the Lord.” What this prophesies is talking about? It’s telling us that the Messiah (1) will come to the temple and (2) will purify and refine the sons of Levi so that they could bring offerings in righteousness. That’s exactly what our Lord did when He came to the temple. He overturned the tables of the money-changers and seats of those who sold pigeons and said, “You have turned my house into a den of robbers. And to whom was he speaking? Verse 18 says that the chief priests and scribes heard him and were seeking a way to destroy Him. They wanted to destroy Him because they feared Him. But they did not fear Him in the good way, but in the sense that they hated Jesus because He was astonishing people with His teaching. They hated Him because He was competition. -Thank you, great Lord of hosts, for fulfilling your promise of the Messiah in Jesus. Thank you for refining our heart so that we could bring offerings of righteousness before you. Yours is the glory, ours the gratitude.
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And they came to Jerusalem.
Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Llegaron a Jerusalén;
And he entered the temple
y entrando Jesús en el templo
and began to drive out those who sold and those who bought in the temple,
comenzó a echar fuera a los que vendían y compraban en el templo,
and he overturned the tables of the money-changers and the seats of those who sold pigeons.
volcó las mesas de los cambistas y los asientos de los que vendían las palomas;
And he would not allow anyone to carry anything through the temple.
Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 y no permitía que nadie transportara objeto alguno a través del templo.
And he was teaching them and saying to them, "Is it not written,
Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Y les enseñaba, diciendo: ¿No está escrito:
'My house shall be called a house of prayer for all the nations'?
“Mi casa será llamada casa de oración para todas las naciones”?
But you have made it a den of robbers."
Pero vosotros la habéis hecho cueva de ladrones.
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And the chief priests and the scribes heard it
Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Los principales sacerdotes y los escribas oyeron esto
and were seeking a way to destroy him,
y buscaban cómo destruirle,
for they feared him,
porque le tenían miedo,
because all the crowd was astonished at his teaching.
pues toda la multitud estaba admirada de su enseñanza.
And when evening came they went out of the city.
Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Y cuando atardecía, solían salir fuera de la ciudad.
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