Versículo de la BibliaAl que no conoció pecado, por nosotros lo hizo pecado, para que nosotros seamos justicia de Dios en él.
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Category Archives: prayer
As parents, we must teach our children to pray (we assume that parents also have their dedicated time to pray). One way to help them is by providing a journal where they can write down their requests. You can download some samples for free: https://cherigamble.com/2016/12/31/printable-prayer-journals-for-kids/ Suggested books below. For children who need support in reading […]
God answers prayer. He doesn’t answer the way we think or the way we want Him to answer but He answers. Our calling is to submit to His will. I am reminded when Jesus prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane: “And going a little farther he fell on his face and prayed, saying, “My Father, […]
We can learn much from the disobedient, unwilling prophet Jonah. Five years ago I shared my reflections on the book. Her are all of them in one post. I suggest you take time to read this short book. Here.Jonah 1 Jonah 2 Jonah 3 Jonah 4 Material is copyright by eigaldamez. Permission is given to […]
Here is the recording for Acts Chapter 4 taught during our Sunday School hour at Village Bible Church. Acts 4 – Persecution, Prayer and Power – Part 1 Material is copyright by eigaldamez. Permission is given to re-post or reproduce without editing the content. Disclaimer: The contents of all personal web pages and blogs published are solely […]
This week while I was flying to DC, I read some of George MacDonald‘s Unspoken Sermons. I read two of them and I thought these quotes were very deep. MAN’S DIFFICULTY CONCERNING PRAYER. ‘—and not to faint.’—ST. LUKE xviii. 1. “There are some who would argue for prayer, not on the ground of any possible […]
In chapter 3 we saw that God has held his judgment against Niniveh and saved them. Jonah was the unhappy means of communication. Why was he so reluctant to go on this mission? The answer is found at the beginning of this chapter. This was exceedingly “evil” (the same word in Hebrew-ra’ah- is used as […]
In this chapter Jonah gets a second chance. It starts very matter factly. It is as if nothing has happened. God speaks to Jonah and tells him to go to Niniveh and he will tell him what to do next. Jonah does it without hesitation. God has just given him a second chance. Why? God […]
I don’t often disagree with Jesus. This was the case the other day when I was reading Matthew 6:25-34. I have read this passage many times. I have heard sermons about it many times. I have read commentaries about it. But recently God has been pointing out some things I have never seen before. I […]