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Pasajes útiles para estar recordando permanentemente a la congregación de los santos en el contexto del culto de adoración.
Para el Culto de Adoración
Solo el evangelio será solución para quienes han caído en la trampa del error.
Gálatas 3:1-5
Siendo el evangelio tan glorioso por causa de su origen, ¿vamos a cambiarlo para complacer a hombres?
Gálatas 1:11-24
♫ Cause my inability He was sent for me ... He took my cup from me and gracefully He drank the grave ♪
Romans 7:1-6
Be what you are, not what you were.
Romans 6:1-14
Se fuerte y valiente. Este fue el mandamiento del Señor y la petición de parte de los líderes de Israel.
Josué 1
Be strong and courageous. This was the Lord's command and the request from the leaders of Israel.
Joshua 1
Our good God has provided for our hope and joy by reconciling us to Him through Jesus.
Romans 5:6-11
Since on us there could be no guarantee of the promise, God made it rest on grace through faith.
Romans 4:16-21
Si teniendo la verdad de Dios nos hemos dejado llevar por el engaño del pecado, ¿quiénes somos nosotros para objetar el juicio de Dios?
Romans 3:1-8
God has condemned sin in the flesh of Jesus in order to enable me to live in a way that pleases Him.
Romans 8:1-17
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Logical Relationships Examples
Siendo Pablo el más pequeño de todos los santos, no tenemos excusa para no anunciar la Palabra y vivirla.
Efesios 3:1-13
No olvides que no fue porque había algo en nosotros, sino por la gracia de Dios, que ahora tenemos paz por medio de la sangre de Jesús.
Efesios 2:11-22
Dios nos ha bendecido para Su gloria. Cuando esto se mezcla con vidas llenas de fe y amor, tienes suficientes razones para no parar de orar.
Efesios 1:15-23
Cuán grande gozo saber que no depende de mi desempeño, sino de que Él me llame por mi nombre.
Juan 10:1-6
¿Es posible obedecer el mandato de amar de la manera como el pueblo judío obedecía la ley, es decir, satisfaciendo la letra únicamente?
Romanos 13:8-10
Dios no nos salvó porque nos necesitaba, sino para que pudiésemos comprender cuánto lo necesitábamos.
1 Corintios 1:26-31
¿A qué le temes? Si tu Señor es el Cristo, entrega tu vida en Sus manos para que Él se encargue de salvarla.
Lucas 2:10-11
Dios nos ha destinado para salvación, no vivamos como si desearamos lo opuesto.
1 Tesalonicenses 5:8-11
Algunos hijos del diablo estan convencidos que son hijos de Dios y que son herederos de Sus promesas, aunque maten al Mesías.
Juan 8:31-44
Si tu evangelio no muestra a Cristo glorioso, no es el evangelio.
2 Corintios 4:3-6
¿Qué tan bueno te consideras?
Lucas 18:9-14
Confiemos en el llamado de Aquel que ha demostrado Su amor para con nosotros. Abandonemos nuestros pensamientos, los Suyos son mejores.
Isaías 55:6-13
Todo pecador, sin distinción, judío y no judío, será juzgado conforme a sus obras.
Romanos 2:6-11
No hay defensa válida para quien emite juicio de condenación a quien practica lo mismo que él. Él solo se ha juzgado.
Romanos 2:1-5
El pecado sólo nos lleva a más pecado.
Romanos 1:24-32
Si te consideras sensato, entonces no rechaces lo que es evidente. Hay un único Dios verdadero, hónralo.
Romanos 1:18-23
Adorémos a Dios proclamando el evangelio y gocémonos al ver Su obra en aquellos que le reciben.
Romanos 1:8-17
Pablo aprovechaba cada oportunidad para dar a conocer a Cristo. Su salutación a los Romanos está llena del evangelio.
Romanos 1:1-7
¿Qué impide que esa gracia se muestre en tu vida hoy?
2 Corintios 8:1-9
No pongas tu confianza en las cosas que haces, sino en el carácter bondadoso de Dios.
Romanos 2:25-29
La amistad de Dios es exclusiva, no la menosprecies buscando amistad con el mundo.
Santiago 4:1-10
Focus on the author and message, not on the messenger.
1 Thessalonians 2:13-16
Love for God and neighbor impels us to announce the Gospel in a manner worthy of God.
1 Thessalonians 2:1-12
¿Eres arrogante o humilde cuando defiendes la verdad?
Santiago 3:13-18
Let us live not only as good children of God but also as loving members of His family.
1 Thessalonians 1
Que Dios te favorezca con un privilegio no significa que estés excento ante Su Ley.
Romanos 2:17-24
Entender el poder de la lengua debería ser un elemento disuasivo en el deseo de ser maestro para aquellos que no pueden controlarla.
Santiago 3:1-5
Ahora tenemos una nueva vida que es capaz de domar la lengua. No dejes que ese monstruo se salga de control.
Santiago 3:5-12
Todos, de alguna manera, hemos sido expuestos a la Ley de Dios. Conocerla no nos da ninguna ventaja, a menos que la practiquemos por la fe.
Romanos 2:12-16
Now we have a new life, able to tame the tongue. Do not let that monster be out of control.
James 3:5-12
Tu fe será evidente a través de la misericordia y de la generosidad (Santiago 2:1-13), no a través de tus palabras.
Santiago 2:14-26
Lo que perseguimos en la eternidad queda evidenciado en lo que perseguimos en el presente.
Romanos 2:6-11
El favoritismo demuestra falta de amor por el hermano e irrespeto hacia Dios. Deshazte de eso en tu vida y sé misericordioso.
Santiago 2:1-13
The power of the tongue should be a deterrent in the desire to be a teacher to those who can not control it.
James 3:1-5
Sin Cristo eramos esclavos. Dios Lo entregó a nuestro favor, para nuestra redención y provisión en lo que concierne a la vida y a la piedad.
2 Reyes 4:1-7
Your faith will be evidenced through mercy and generosity (James 2:1-13), not through words.
James 2:14-26
Partiality shows a lack of love for the brother and disrespect for God. Get rid of it and be merciful.
James 2:1-13
La mujer que teme al Señor es de gran honra para su esposo.
Proverbios 31:10-31
The excellent wife is great honor for her husband.
Proverbs 31:10-31
Si en Dios encontramos nuestro más grande bien, rechazarlo, sin duda, será nuestro más grande mal.
Romanos 1:24-32
Sin rodeos, directo al evangelio.
Gálatas 1:1-5
¿Cuál será la excusa válida delante del Dios omnisciente y justo?
Romanos 1:18-23
La explicación de la Parábola del Sembrador la convierte en la Parábola del Oidor.
Lucas 8:16-18
La gratitud de Pablo no se debía al amor a una tarea, sino al amor por el Señor de la tarea y por los beneficiarios de la misma.
Romanos 1:8-17
Creer en Su mensaje tiene que ver con obedecer a Aquel que es el contenido central de Su mensaje.
Romanos 1:1-7
El Padre, el Hijo y el Espíritu Santo se "confabulan" para darnos buenas noticias, llenas de gracia y paz.
Romanos 1:1-7
Que nuestro amor por Dios y por las personas nos impulse a hablar de Cristo aún en nuestras conversaciones más simples.
Romanos 1:1-7
Lo más importante en tu vida, con el fin de saber quién eres, es saber a quién perteneces.
Romanos 1:1-7
¿Cuáles son tus credenciales? ¿Qué te califica para la posición que tienes, el rango que has alcanzado, o el trabajo que haces?
Romanos 1:1-7
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Dance to the rhythm of His wisdom
Luke 7:24-35
Lord, let us enjoy your “tune” in such a way that our life would be as a joyful dance that follows your rhythm.
#wisdom
#justice
#johnthebaptist
Published March 3rd, 2017; Updated March 10th, 2017
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Main point summary:
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A saying:
Malaquías 3:1
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Main point summary:
The wisdom of God is acknowledged as justice when you dance to its rhythm.
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Lucas 7:24-35
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When John’s messengers had gone,
Jesus 1 began to speak to the crowds concerning John:
temporal
“What did you go out e into the wilderness to see?
f A reed shaken by the wind?
questionanswer
What then did you go out to see?
A man dressed in soft clothing?
Behold, those who are dressed in splendid clothing and live in luxury are in kings’ courts.
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ideaexplanation
What then did you go out to see?
g A prophet?
Yes, I tell you, and more than a prophet.
This is he of whom it is written,
h “‘Behold, I send my messenger before your face,
who will prepare your way before you.’
actionpurpose
I tell you,
among those born of women none is greater than John.
Yet the one who is least in the kingdom of God is greater than he.”
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progression
negativepositive
( i When all the people heard this, and j the tax collectors too,
they declared God just, 1
j having been baptized with k the baptism of John,
l but the Pharisees and m the lawyers n rejected o the purpose of God for themselves,
not having been baptized by him.)
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situationresponse
“To what then shall I compare the people of this generation,
and what are they like?
They are like children
sitting in the marketplace
and calling to one another,
“‘We played the flute for you,
and you did not dance;
we sang a dirge,
and you did not weep.’
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For John the Baptist has come
p eating no bread
and q drinking no wine,
actionmanner
and you say, ‘He has a demon.’
The Son of Man has come
r eating
and drinking,
and you say, ‘Look at him!
A glutton and a drunkard,
s a friend of tax collectors and sinners!’
inference
Yet t wisdom is justified by all her children.”
“You two! John and Jesus, you are not following our tune.”
The word “then” here, is the translation of the word “οὖν”, which usually is translated as “therefore”.
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A saying:
There is a saying in my country: Now the ducks shoot to the shotguns.
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Malaquías 3:1 ESV
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Malaquías 3:1
3 1 g “Behold, I send h my messenger, and i he will prepare the way before me. And the Lord j whom you seek will suddenly come to his temple; and k the messenger of the covenant in whom you delight, behold, he is coming, says the Lord of hosts.
Comments
Josué Pineda
This is one of the benefits of the groups. And it becomes better the more active is the group.
Eric Judd
I'm trying to sort out why 30a-34f is one part of an alternative, instead of just v. 30 itself. I think I see your reasoning, but 31a says "the people of this generation," whereas v. 30 only talks of the Pharisees and lawyers - 29a uses the word "people". It almost looks to me like 29-30 should be one arc, and 31-35 the other, and the two should be combined as a comparison - 35 compared to 29, and 31-34 compared to 30.
Josué Pineda
Regarding 29 and 30 being apart in one arc, it is an option. But when I see 32-34, it is only referring to one of the two Alternatives. And regarding the Comparison, yes, it is my second option. But the word “then”, in 31a, is conveying the idea of a conclusion (I think). On the other hand, a Comparison lets vs.30 be the main idea. The other solution I find is to have vss. 29-30 as the Response of vss. 24-28, and vss. 31-34 as the Inference of vss. 24-30.
Josué Pineda
I added these options at the bottom of the page.
Eric Judd
I need to look through this further, but at first glance I feel like an idiot - I always thought the children he was talking about was himself and John, and the people didn't respond to their tune; but it's painfully obvious now it's the other way around.
Eric Judd
Also, the saying from your country is great - I grew up duck hunting.
Josué Pineda
Is there a saying like this in the States? I would like to write it in a way that makes perfect sense.
Eric Judd
I'm trying to see if I understand it fully - is the idea the roles are reversed? Or is it more the idea that the ducks are willfully flying in to their death instead of making the hunter work for them?
Josué Pineda
It is an ironic way of talking about reversed roles. Saying that it should not be that way.
Eric Judd
Ah ok, yeah I love it. I can think of a vulgar saying that is similar, but this probably isn't the best place to post it. As far as clean ones go, nothing is coming to mind
Eric Judd
I just thought of one - "don't put the cart before the horse". I think the meaning is similar. We usually use it when someone is doing something out of order, or they're reaching a conclusion about something without fully considering all the points (ie. jumping to conclusions).
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