miércoles, 14 de noviembre de 2012

"AN EXTENDED ARM MINISTRIES"

"AN EXTENDED ARM MINISTRIES"(Joshua 1:9)
THE purpose of this book is to give glory to the AUTHOR ONLY OUR LORD JESUS ​​CHRIST THROUGH THE HOLY SPIRIT, "GIVE AS RECEIVED THAT GRACE GRACE SAYS THE LORD" AND BLESSING BE EXPANDED TO HELP THIS MANY MINISTRIES WORLDWIDE IN CHURCHES Christocentric. BASED ON: (2 Peter 1:3-9)WRITER: VICTOR RAMON PRECIADO BALDERRAMACOMMENT: sanadoctrinavictor@gmail.com
Note: What you should avoid:1. - Criticize the beliefs of others and their opinions.2. - Spend time on controversial issues.3. - Confusing the issue of knowing Jesus Christ with the change of religion.4. - Talking criticize other religions or Christians or Christianity itself.5. - Take a dogmatic attitude.6. - Talking too.
In Christ all the fullness and forgiveness, peace, grace and knowledge, and new principles are thus given through the Holy Spirit. The promises to those who are partakers of the divine nature we will find if they are really renewed in the spirit of our mind back all these promises into prayers for the transforming and purifying grace of the Holy Spirit. The believer must add knowledge to his virtue, increasing familiarity with the whole truth and the will of God. We add temperance to knowledge; moderation about worldly things, and we must add temperance patience or cheerful submission to the will of God.Tribulation worketh patience why endure all the misfortunes and crosses in silence and submission. A patience we must add godliness: this includes the good, just, holy, and provisions found in the true worshiper of God, with tender affection by all his fellow Christians who are children of the same Father, servants of the same Master, members of the same family, travelers to the same country, heirs of that legacy.Therefore, Christians must work to achieve the security of your calling and election, believing and doing good, and work at it carefully, is a strong argument for the grace and mercy of God that sustains them from falling completely . Those who are quick in the work of the church, will have a grand entrance into the eternal kingdom where Christ reigns, and they shall reign with Him forever, and is in the practice of every good work which we expect to enter heaven."The earth shall be full of knowledge of the glory of Jehovah, as the waters cover the sea" (Habakkuk 2:14)LESSONS OF FAITH(Lesson One)"Miraculous fishing"(Luke 5:1-11)PURPOSE:Studies of faith will take you to a personal encounter with Jesus Christ. Faith is believing in what can not be viewed. You remain calm when everything is turbulent. Faith is not passive: it is put into practice beliefs! To have faith is to ask what is neededFaith is hearing the imperceptible and see the invisible, believe the incredible and receive the impossible. Faith goes against expectations and natural conditions! To have faith is to create a vacuum in the heart to fill out God.Having faith is not simply believing that God can do anything, but it will! With faith, the answer is not surprising. Already knew would happen. To have faith is to stay in your place when all others desert. It is not to burn bridges could go back. Is willing to pay any price. You do what God calls today and tomorrow will É believe what he has promised. Faith is the opposite of fear. Faith is choosing God although other possibilities. You trust the word of God and not in what they say your senses. Is willing to die trusting. That's the kind of faith that can do healings and miracles! Faith is like a muscle that becomes strong and flexible to exercise it. Faith is built with the faithful study of the Word of God! The main elements of faith in their relationship with the invisible God, in distinction to faith in and man, are particularly exposed to the use of this name,(1) a firm conviction, producing a full acknowledgment of the truth of God's revelation or (2Timoteo2: ll, 12);(2) a personal surrender to Him (Juanl: 12);(3) a conduct inspired by this surrender (2Corintios5: 7).Depending on the context, one or the other of these elements is more prominent. This is in contrast to the belief in its pure natural exercise, which consists of an opinion held in good faith without necessary reference to its proof. The object of Abraham's faith was not the promise of God, it was the occasion for its exercise. Reposed their faith in the same God.
Lesson Purpose:Although nothing had fish, Christ told them to return to cast their nets. We must not let our occupation abruptly, because it does not have the success we desire, we probably do well when we follow the direction of the word of Christ. The catch of fish was a miracle. All we, like Peter, recognizing eat sinners, therefore Jesus Christ might depart from us in all fairness. But we ask you not to go, because, woe to us if the Saviour depart from sinners! Rather Let us pray that come and dwell in our hearts through faith, so that it can transform you and clean. The fishermen left everything and followed Jesus, when his work prospered When riches increase and we are tempted to put our heart in them, and then leave them for Christ, is worthy of gratitude.
* NOTE *1a) Where day Jesus was? A: by the lake of Gennesaret.1b) Who crowded? R, the crowd.1c) What the crowd wanted to hear? R: the word of God.2a) How many boats saw? R: two boats.2b) Where were fences? R: the lakeside.2c) What did the fishermen? R: washing their nets.3a) Where did Jesus? R: in one of the boats.3b) Who was the boat? R: was Simon.3c) What Jesus prayed? R: that from the land a bit.3d) Who taught from the boat? R, to the crowd.4a) What did Jesus say to Simon? A: Launch out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch.5a) What Jesus replied to Simon? A: Master, we've been all night and have not caught anything worked.5b) What Simon added to what Jesus was saying? R: But at your word I will let down the net.6a) What happened when down their nets? R: caught many fish, and if net broke.7a) Who beckoned? R: the comrades who were in the other boat.7b) What do they talk about? R: for them to come help.7c) What happened when you came? A: filled both boats, so that they began to sink.8a) What did Simon Peter saw this? R: he fell down at Jesus.8b) What did Simon to Jesus? R: Depart from me, Lord, for I am a sinful man.9a) What did I shuddered to Simon? A: I had done fishing.9b) Who else had taken the fear? R: all that were with him.10a) Who else were with Simon? A: James and John.10b) What did Jesus say to Simon? A: Fear not: from henceforth thou shalt catch men.11a) Where brought the boats? R: ground.11b) What fishermen left? A: everything.11e) What did they do when they left it? A. followed.
INTERPRETATION ** **1a) What does: running together? A: Gather at once in a large number of animals or1b): what does God's word? A: Word of God any texts that form the Gospel, Scripture, sermons and doctrine of evangelical preachers.2a) What do you mean: barca? R: Small boat, usually wooden, used for fishing or stroll along quiet places.2b) What does it mean lake? A: Great body of water, usually sweet, accumulated in depressions.2c) What do you say fisherman? A: Any person fishing craft or hobby.2d) What does: networks? R: mesh fabric made for various uses.3a) What do you mean: depart? R: Remove a person or thing from where he was deter someone of something or desist from doing so.3b) What does: teach? A: Ask someone to learn something.3c) What do you mean: crowd? R: Large number of people or things.4a) What do you mean: vogue? R: rowing astern drive, navigate, cinglar.4b) What means fishing? A: Remove water fish or animals useful to man.5a) What do you say, master? A: A person who teaches an art, a science, or trade especially that imparts teaching junior high, or has title to do so.5b) What does: work all night? A: means working eight to twelve hours.5c) What do you say this word? A: Sound or set of articulate sounds expressing an idea.7a) What does: sink? A: Dip, put something into a liquid or other material to cover it completely or take it to the bottom.8a) What does: he fell on his knees? A: Move one body up and down action will of its own weight.8b) What means sinful man? R: What has been lacking or committed some sin.9a): what does fear? A: Feelings of anxiety and fear caused by the need to flee to any person or thing, avoid it or reject it considered dangerous or harmful.10a) What does: companion? A: A person who accompanies another.11a) What do you mean: leave everything? A: leave or leave of a Quit and not continue what started.11b) Which means followed? A: Go or be after or behind a person or thing go a certain way or direction.
APPLICATION *** ***1a) So now that you know this passage are willing to keep hearing the word of God?2a) How do you compare your home with the boat that Jesus rose?2b) Would you like to tell Jesus welcome to my boat?3a) How do you compare the land away a bit with the customs linking brings inheritances?3b) Do you know that Jesus is here? And you're asking turn from worldly things a bit to bless.4a) Do you believe that Jesus Christ knows you as tried many things and nothing I've done well, plus you're tired?4b) Are you willing (a) to obey Jesus to cast the net again?5a) Can you tell what Jesus told Simon?6a) Can you give thanks to Jesus Christ for the blessing that is giving you?7a) Are you willing to share your blessings that Jesus will give, primarily this word?8a) Do you want us to kneel to give thanks for your presence here and for all that so far we still paying?
LESSONS OF FAITH(LESSON TWO)"A BLIND RECEIVE SIGHT"(Luke 18:35-43)Lesson Purpose:It is for the glory of God if we follow Jesus, as will those whose eyes are open We praise God for his mercy to our neighbors, and for ours. If we rightly understand these things, we must come to Christ, like the blind, praying fervently to open our eyes and show us clearly the excellence of its precepts and the value of their salvation. This poor blind man walking alongside the begging. He was not only blind, but poor, worthy symbol of humanity that Christ came to heal and save. The prayer of faith guided by the encouraging promises of Christ, and based on them, are not in vain. The grace of Christ is acknowledged with gratitude for God's glory. It is for the glory of God if we follow Jesus, as will those whose eyes are open. We praise God for his mercy to our neighbors, and for ours. If we rightly understand these things, we must come to Christ, like the blind, praying fervently to open our eyes and show us clearly the excellence of its precepts and the value of their salvation.
* NOTE *35a) Where approached Jesus? R: Jericho.35b) Who was sitting by the roadside? R: a blind man.35c) What was making the blind? R; begging.36a) What did he heard the blind? R: the crowd going.36b) What asked the blind? R, it was.37a) What would you reply? A: Jesus of Nazareth passing.38a) What did the blind? A: Jesus, son of David, have mercy on me!39a) Who sternly telling him to be quiet? R: those who went before.39b) What was your reaction to the rebuke? R: cried more.39c) What cried the blind? R, Son of David, have mercy on me!40a) What did Jesus then? R: stopping, commanded him to be brought.41a) What did Jesus ask him? R: What do you want me to do?41b) What was the response of the blind? R; Lord, might receive his sight.42a) What Jesus answered? R: Receive it, your faith has saved you.43a) How long was for the view? A: then saw.43b) What did the blind receive sight? A: still, glorifying God.43c) What was the reaction of the people? A. gave praise to God.INTERPRETATION ** **35a) What does it mean to be reaping? A: To deprive of sight, even momentarily, confused, unable to think clearly.35b) What is meant by the wayside? A: it is on the edge.35c) What do you mean begging? R: beg, request the favor of one with humiliation.36a) What does crowd? R: Large number of people or things.39a) What do you mean mercy? R: two palabas compound word "misery and Cord to-heart", the heart of God down to our miserable life.42a) What does faith? A: Belief in something without need for which has been confirmed by experience or reason, or proven by science.42a) What do you mean praise: expression or set of expressions that praise.
APPLICATION *** ***35a) What can a blind person?35b) How are treated different capacity?35c) How does Jesus with people of different abilities?35d) Would you like to pray to Jesus that you know someone with a disability?35e) What distinguishes spiritual blindness to physical blindness?35f) Can you tell me if you find spiritual blindness lagoon to ask Jesus to heal you?37a) Do you know that Jesus is here?41a) Do you believe in miracles today?41b) How do you respond to Jesus when you ask this question?
         
What do you want?43a) Would you also pray and glorify Jesus so far we still paying?

"Jesus walks on water"LESSONS OF VIRTUE(Matthew 14:25-32)PURPOSE:These lessons will take you from the very hand of Jesus Christ to lead you to moral excellence, straight stock motor and dignified virtue in the Christian must be what fill \ e mind. Virtue is to share faith in Jesus Christians are People belonging to God in order to proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light (1 Peter 2:9). Thanks to virtue, the good man takes the action you have chosen not with bitterness or who has to carry a heavy burden, and again contradicting his affections from turning back, without or with joy and with genuine interest, because all their intellectual and emotional energy-to-cooperate doing good. Virtuous action is done with joy, not necessarily sensible pleasure, and is far from self-indulgence virtues, to adapt and assimilate the human faculties, good deeds, the person with him virtuous conduct, so that it becomes a natural thing that causes joy and satisfaction,
Lesson Purpose:In this first study of virtue we learn, what difficulties they entail the disciples with unbelief, Peter walked on the water for a short time value, rather then the wind blow, fear and begins to sink. The spirit was weak but the flesh soon overpowered, and forgot the wonderful evidence of the goodness of the Lord that he had just received. It reflected that the same Savior who had helped him to step hold forever. He did not think that walking on water was closer to Christ when I was in the boat. Fear snatched memory: the alarm stunned him. Not thinking about anything but the winds, the waves and the imminent danger he was in, he lacked faith. "Lord," he cried, "save me." This is what often happens to believers. There are many who have enough faith to take the first step of virtue in following Christ, but not to continue in the same way they started. Fear of the trials and dangers they obstruct the passage, and suspicious looks to throw enemies around them, focusing more on them than on Jesus. The result is that the starting point to sink, his heart fails, his hopes vanish, and just happy. And why is this? It is because, the likeness of Peter, there is no virtue and stop trusting in Jesus, and begin. The abandoned disbelief.
* NOTE *25a) What time bequeathed Jesus? A: During the fourth watch.25b) How did you get them? A: walking on the sea.26a) Who watched him walking on the sea? R: the disciples.26b) What happened to the disciples when they saw him walking on the sea? R: were troubled.26c) What cried out in fear? R: A ghost!27a) What Jesus spoke? A: Take courage, I am not afraid!28a) What was Peter's response? R: Lord, if it be thou, bid me berry to you on the water.29a) What did Jesus say to Peter? R: Ven.29b) What did Peter to hear Jesus calling him? R: fell out of the boat and walked on the water.30a) What happened to Peter when he felt the strong wind? R, was afraid.30b) What was Peter's reaction to begin to sink? R: he cried, saying, Lord, save me.31st) Upon seeing Jesus did sinking? A. reached.31b) What did Jesus say to Peter? A: Ye of little faith! Why did you doubt?32a) What happened when he got into the boat? R: the wind ceased.
INTERPRETATION ** **25a) What do you mean fourth watch? A: Action to be awake or awake until dawn.25b) What do you mean walking on the sea? A: The raging waves had thrown here and there the ship of his disciples obeyed him and became solid under their feet. The liquid surface that had been shaken by the slightest breath of wind, like a rock resisted the Redeemer's feet. In our limited intelligence seems incomprehensible event. Men Scientists tell us that it is impossible for a human to walk on water. Bástanos know that it was done, and that he who in the beginning created the heavens and the earth he must have been perfectly easy walking on the waves whenever this was His will.26a) What does a disciple? A: Student, student who follows the opinion of a school or teacher, even though much later living in them.26b) What do you mean masturbate? A: Surprise or stun one, so that it does not fully speak or continue what I was doing.26cJ What does ghost? A: Being unrealistic to imagine or dream, a dead Obsession spectrum, printed image in fantasy.26d) What do you mean scared? A: Feeling alert and distress from the presence of a hazard or bad, real or imaginary.27a) What does take courage? A: It is used to encourage or enforce one person.28a) What does it mean to send? A: Sort the authority having something running.29a) What does Come? A: Moving or get where he is speaking.30a) What do you mean sink? A: Dip, put something into a liquid or other material to cover it completely or take it to the bottom.30b) What does God save me? R: Putting safe, free of risk or danger.
APPLICATION *** ***25a) How do you compare the fourth watch with your life?25b) Do you want to walk on the sea of ​​troubles?27a) Do you know that Jesus Christ is here? And I said: Take courage, I am not afraid!28a) What do you say Jesus commands you to walk on your sea of ​​situations?29th) You can get off of your confinement and take the first step because Jesus is telling you "Come"?30a) What will you do with your fears? Do not be afraid because you are calling will always be with you holding you forever.31a) What will you do with your questions?32a) Do you want to pray for Jesus to get on your boat and the wind is calm problems and troubles of everyday life?
"BY VIRTUE OF OTHER JESUS ​​heals a paralytic"LESSONS OF VIRTUE(Mark 2:1-12)Lesson Purpose:Three miracles in these verses. We see our Lord at once forgiving sins, reading the thoughts of men, and healing a paralytic. One who could do such things, and do them so easily, seamlessly authority, should really be the true God. No man ever possessed such power.Notice first virtue despite the discomfort men strove to achieve what they wanted, when really you want to. The virtue of the paralytic's friends wanted to bring him to Jesus so he could be cured. At first they could achieve their attempt but did not diminish their virtue because of the people around Jesus. What did they do? They climbed to the roof, and making an opening in the roof, he took down his stretcher between the roof, and put him in the midst before Jesus. Thus the patient's virtuous friends got the attention of the Lord to him, and healing took place. With discomfort, work and perseverance, his friends went well from his purpose.
* NOTE *1a) Where did Jesus again? R: in Capernaum.1b) What was it that was heard after a few days? A: I was home,2a) How many gathered to hear this? A: Many.2b) What so many people came together? R: so that there was no room or even outside the door.2c) What Jesus spoke to them? R, and preached the word.3a) Who brought to Jesus for him to see? R: a paralytic.3b) How did this paralyzed? R: borne of four.4a) Why could not approach him? R: because of the crowd.4b) What was it that discovered these four men? R: the roof where he was.4c) What did the ceiling? R: an opening.4d) When did the roof broke? R: let down the bed on which the paralytic lay.5a) What was Jesus? R: their faith.5b) What are the words of our Lord Jesus Christ? A: Son, your sins are forgiven.6a) Who was sitting around? A: Some of the scribes.6b) What were they doing these scribes? R: reasoning in their hearts.7a) What is it that they were reasoning? R: blasphemies.7b) What other questions were made between them? R: Who can forgive sins but God alone?8a) What Jesus knew them? R: that they so reasoned within themselves.8b) What was the question that Jesus asked? R: Why reason ye these things in your hearts.9a) What makes them another question Jesus? R: Which is easier, to say to the paralytic, 'Your sins are forgiven,' or to say, Arise, take up thy bed, and walk?10) What words Jesus said? R: But that you may know that the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins.11) What did the paralytic? A: I tell you, get up, take your mat and go home.12a) How did the paralytic to Jesus hearing this order? R: rose quickly.12b) What did when it stopped? R: took up the bed, and went forth before them all.12c) What happened to everyone else? R: is amazed.12d) How glorified God? R; saying, We never saw anything.
INTERPRETATION ** **2) What do you mean immediately? A: Quickly, imminent-mind, urgently, immediately.3) What does paralyzed? R: crippled, crippled, paralyzed, crippled, helpless.4a) What do you mean opening? R: hole, slit, hole, hole, gap, crack, crazing, crack, hole, slot, slit, crack, hollow, crack.4b) What does bed? R: bed, thalamus, bunk, bunk, piltra, pallet.5) What is meant by faith? R: belief, hope, fidelity, certainty, confidence, conviction, credit, credulity, belief, dogma, creed, ideology, ideology.6) What does brood? A: think, reflect, meditate, discourse, lucubrar, ramble, abstract, inward, refocus, abismarse.7) What do you mean blasphemies? R: irreverent, expletive, taco, oath, execration, vulgarity, curse, insult, curse, insult, reproach.10) What does power? R: dominion, power, authority, power, jurisdiction, capacity.12a) What do you mean wonder? R: astonish, surprise, admiration, amaze, fascinate, dazzle, ecstasy, touch, puzzle, wonder, confused, pregnant, disturb, alter, stun, atolondrar, enrapture, entontecer, alelar, overwhelm.12b) What does glorify? R: praise, glorify, exalt, extol, extol, honor, praise, applaud, celebrate.
APPLICATION *** ***2a) Do you know that people will know that Jesus is in your house?2b) You can invite others to come could also hear his word?3a) How do you compare the physical Paralis Spiritual wing?3b) Do you know that your faith may save others?3c) What can you do for others?4a) Where can you make an opening in your house and invite someone to go out there?4b) What you have to break in your life?5a) Do you know that the greatest miracle is when a person is transformed?5b) What are you willing to change?11) Are you willing to obey what Jesus? says, "Arise"10) Would you pray first and ask for forgiveness and glorify God, but also to ask you to help us change our ways.

"Blessings in Christ"LESSONS OF KNOWLEDGE(Ephesians 1:3-14)PURPOSE:The purpose of the lessons of knowledge is to strengthen believers in the faith of Christ, and give high views on love of God and the dignity and excellence of Christ, strengthen their minds against the scandal of the cross. Shows that were saved by grace, and that they were miserable once, now have equal privileges with the Jews,It encourages them to continue in their Christian vocation and encourages them to walk in a manner faithful to his confession, performing general duties faithfully and common of the church, and the special duties of individual relationships.
Lesson Purpose:All chosen to happiness as the end are chosen to holiness as the means were predestined or fated to love to be adopted as children of God through faith in Jesus Christ, and be openly received elevated privileges relationship with Him E believer reconciled and adopted, the pardoned sinner, gives all the praise of his salvation and his loving Father. His love established this method of redemption, spared not his own Son, and brought believers to hear and embrace this salvation. Richness of their grade was provided as collateral to his own Son, and freely hand. This method does not encourage bad grace; shows sin in all its hatefulness, and deserves much revenge. The believer's actions and his words, declare the praises of God's mercy.
* NOTE *3a) Who is blessed? R: the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.3b) What was the blessing? A: who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings.3c) Where will these blessings? R: in heavenly places.3d) Who are these places? R: in Christ.4a) Who do we chose? R: in Him4b) When do we chose? A: before the foundation of the world.4c) Why choose us? A: to be holy and blameless before Him5a) How did you choose? R: in love.5b) Why choose us? R: for adoption as sons.5c) Through who chose us? R: through Jesus Christ.5d) How do we chose? A: according to the good pleasure of his will.6a) What is the purpose chosen underworld? A: To the praise of the glory of His grace.6b) Who accepted him? A: He made us accepted in the beloved.7a) How have this redemption? R: for his blood.7b) What gives us this redemption? R: the forgiveness of sins.8a) What did your grace? A: He lavished.8b) To whom he lavished his grace? R: for us at all.9a) What made known to us? R: the mystery of his will.9b) Who was the blessing? R: He purposed in himself.10a) What will gather in Christ? R: all things.10b) What will happen in the dispensation? R: the fullness of time.10c) Who will you meet? R: those who are in heaven, and which are on earth.11a) What treasure in Him? A: also we inheritance.11b) When we were given this inheritance? A: having been predestined.11c) What was the purpose of having this inheritance? A: His purpose who works all.12a) What is the purpose of this inheritance? R: that be to the praise of his glory.12b) Who will be treasuring this heritage? R: those who hope in Christ.13a) Who else can treasure this heritage? A: In him you also.13b) Why can enjoy this inheritance? A: having heard the word of truth.14a) What gives us the Holy Spirit to be sealed? R: the earnest of our inheritance.14b) How far will these earnest? A: until the redemption of the purchased possession.
INTERPRETATION ** **3) Does it mean: blessed? A: While risky, holy, holy.3) What does: God the Father? R: the Father of our Mr. Jesus Christ.3) What do you mean: Spiritual blessing? R: what comes from God.3) What does it mean heavenly places? R: a place in heaven Christ dare.4) What do you mean: chose? R: select, prefer, choose, choose, cull, narrow, take, away, name, proclaim, vote out.4) What does it mean: to be holy? R: for us to be his holy people, so we chose before the foundation of the world.5) What do you mean: having predestined? A: before the creation of the world.6) What does it mean praise of the glory of his grace? R: honor God for his great love.7) What do you mean: redemption? A: blood that Christ shed his death paid the ransom to free us from slavery.8) What do you mean: abound? R: it showed us plenty full goodness.8) What does: all wisdom and intelligence? R: "Wisdom" in devising the plan to redeem mankind, "intelligence", or prudence, in providing the means to execute it and make all the necessary arrangements in his providence, for that purpose.9) What do you mean: mystery of his will? R: That is, God's purpose of redemption, hitherto hidden in their advice, but now was revealed.9) What does it mean: welcome? A: This is the reason why "he has discovered the mystery", ie its own "welcome" to us.10) What do you mean: all things in Christ? R: "times of the Gentiles are fulfilled", the second coming of Christ, the "restoration of all things".10) What does: the fullness of time? R: "the times of restitution of all things, which God hath spoken by the mouth of his holy prophets since the world began." The coming of Jesus in the first advent.10) What does in heaven, and which are on earth? A: "The church of which the apostle here is mainly subordinate to him in the highest degree of conscious union and joyful, those who are not of it spiritually, more aware subject mere subordinates.11a) What does: also? A: The word "also" does not mean "we also" or "in whom" well ", but that means that besides us discovered the mystery of his will" also "were made heritage."11b) Which means predestined? A: The foreordination of Israel as the nation elected, corresponds to the spiritual Israelites, believers, to an eternal inheritance, which is what is indicated here.11c) What does: according to his purpose? A: The church existed in the mind of God eternally existed before the creation.11d) What do you say after the counsel of his will? A: No arbitrary whim, but an infinite wisdom coupled with a sovereign will.12) What does it mean: to the praise of his glory ... who first trusted in Christ? R: rather, we, the Jewish Christians, who before Christ came looking for his coming, waiting for the consolation of Israel. "For the hope of the promise made by God to our fathers, I am called at trial, to which promise our twelve tribes, instantly serving God day and night, hope to come."13a) What do you mean: In him you also? A: The priority of the Jews, do not exclude you Gentiles have a part in Christ.13b) Which means: having heard the word of truth? R: the instrument of sanctification, and the new birth, which also, as here, "the word of truth" merges with "hope".13c) which means sealed with the promised Holy Spirit? A: Spirit in regeneration (Rom 8:15-16), believers say the good will of God par with them. The Spirit, like a seal imprints on the soul, in the act of regeneration, the image of our Father.14a) What does: the earnest of our inheritance? A: The first installment paid as a guarantee that the rest will be paid (Rom 8:23, 2 Cor 1:22).14b) What do you mean: redemption? R: that is, for the purpose and to the realization of "redemption." No redemption in its first stage, made by the blood of Christ, which assures us our title or right, but in its final fulfillment, when the same possession will be ours, "full redemption of the body" (Rom 8:23) as well as the soul.14c) What means purchased possession? A: God's people bought ("acquired") as his own by the blood of Christ (Hechos20: 28). We believe that value for which we paid a high price, so God has high regard for his church. (Mal 3:17).
APPLICATION *** ***3a) How blessed answer to?3b) What now, with the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ?3c) How do you respond to what comes from God?3d) And now that you know there's a place in heaven for you, which should be your attitude?4a) How do you respond to know that you are chosen by Jesus?4b) And now that you do know that you are part of his holy people?5) What is your response to know that you were predestined?6th) So now you know you should honor God as we do?7b) How do you respond to Christ who shed His blood for you?8th) So now what's your attitude that you know full plenty kindness?8b) How do you respond knowing that you have been given all wisdom and intelligence?9) So now how do you explain the blessing in your Christian life?10a) and now as you understand the restoration?10b) How do you respond in this time of restoration of all things?10c) And now you know the restoration are willing to subject your consent and voluntary authorities?11) How do you answer the knowledge that you are now done their inheritance?12) How do you respond in worship in cults?13) How do you answer the saberte sealed by the Holy Spirit?14) And now you're redeemed what is your hope?
"Love that EXEDE knowledge"LESSONS OF KNOWLEDGE.(Ephesians 3:14-21)Lesson Purpose:If the law of Christ is written in our hearts, and the love of Christ is spilled everywhere, then Christ dwells in him. Where his Spirit dwells, there dwells We wish him good feelings that were attached to us. iCuán is desirable to have the strong feeling of love of God in Christ in our souls! How strongly the apostle speaks of the love of Christ!The power of God's Spirit in the inner man; strength in the soul, the power of faith to serve God and our duty.Can be said to be filled with the fullness of God's grace for grace receiving the fullness of Christ. Should not this satisfy man? Should be filled with a thousand tricks, boasting that with such complete his happiness?
* NOTE *14a) What did the apostle Paul that twice? A. I kneel.14b) To whom bent his knees? R: to the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.15a) Who makes name? A: every family.15b) Where is named? R: in heaven and on earth.16a) How do we give? A: according to the riches of His glory.16b) What are we going to be according to His riches in glory? R: strengthened.16c) How will we be strengthened? R: with power in the inner man by His Spirit.17a) Where does Christ dwell? R: in your hearts.17b) For what purpose Christ dwells in our hearts? R: so that you, being rooted and sementados in love.18a) When will we be rooted and grounded in love? R: When May be able to comprehend with all the saints.18b) How will our understanding? A: what is the breadth and length and depth and height.19a) What are we going to know? R: the love of Christ.19b) What in excess? R: all knowledge.19c) What good is all this knowledge? R: That ye may be filled with all the fullness of God.20a) How does all things who is powerful? R: far more abundantly than all that we ask or think.20b) Where is that power? R: the power that works in us.21a) Where is the conversion of sinners and the consolation of believers? A: in the church by Christ Jesus.21b) What is meant for all ages? R: for ever and ever. Amen.
INTERPRETATION ** **14) What do you mean bending knees? R: kneeling, prostrating, tilt, ahinojar, acuclillar, duck, humiliated, worship, worship.14b) What does father? R: dad, father, padrazo, ascending, procreative, author, creator, inventor, generator, producer, friar, monk, priest, cleric.15a) What does family? R: relatives, family, descendants, ancestors, clan, offspring, race, ancestry, breed, strain, group, trunk, whole.16a) What does strengthened? R: revive, tone, comfort, strengthen, energize, rejuvenate, comfort.16b) What do you mean inner man? R: mind, thought, mood, gumption, internal, central, deep, hidden, intrinsic, intimate.16c) What is spirit? R: soul, substance, essence, interior, mood, intelligence, thinking, reasoning, wit, character, courage, fortitude, resolution, spirit, determination, wit, vivacity, spectrum appeared, appearance, vision, ghost.17a) What does rooted? R: set, set, settled, rooted, on, pile cap, accustomed acclimated avecinado, accustomed, adapted, accommodated, naturalized, tanning fixed.17b) What does grounded? R: base, say, base, establish, strengthen, establish, institute, set.18a) What do you mean capable? A: fit, experienced, qualified, experienced, skilled, qualified, competent, knowledgeable.19a) What is knowledge? R: understanding, intelligence, discernment, cconsciencia, reason, intuition, knowledge, science, scholarship, culture, wisdom, competence, education, education.19b) What do you mean correctly? R: all, integrity, culmination, plethora, abundance.20a) What is powerful? R: strong, vigorous, energetic, active, strong, strong, courageous.20b) What does abundantly? R: hearty, heavy, rich, fruitful, profuse, prolific, fertile, fruitful, brimming, overflowing, too full, flowing, full.21a) What is centuries? R: one hundred years.21b) What do you mean Amen? A: Okay, acquiescence, compliance, compromise last term so, okay, point mouth, period.
APPLICATION *** ***14) How do you pray to father?15) Where would you like to live in heaven or on earth?16) Would you like to know where your inner power?16) How do you identify that inner power?17) What is the evidence that Christ is rooted in your heart?18) Would you like that Jesus Christ will help you to be able to fully understand the move of the spirit?19) Do you want the Holy Spirit to exceed all your knowledge and be filled with the fullness of God?20) Do you want that much more powerful God abound of what you ask?20) Do you want to activate that potential within you?21) Will we pray to give glory to Jesus Christ, forever and ever amen.
"A leader must lead by example YOUR GOODWORK to be imitated "SELF-CONTROL STUDY(2 Thessalonians 3:6-15)PURPOSE:Self control is a shade of gray, not white, not black, this is something that I do and for that I use good judgment, something I have to say, do or not do. It is to form the profile you must have a leader. Crush our character and our rough edges by self-control mediates. Work in our vocation as men's duty required by our Christian calling. But some expected to be maintained in idleness and concentrate a curious and superb temperament. They interfered in the concerns of others and did much damage. Big mistake and abuse of religion is to make her mantle of laziness or any other sin. The servant who waits for the early arrival of their Lord, should be working as the Lord commanded. If we are idle, the devil and the corrupt heart will soon give us something to do. The mind of man is given a deal, if it is not used to do good, evil is doing.It is a rare but excellent bond to be active in our own business, but quiet about the other. If someone refuses to work in peace, you have to censor and remove him company, but you have to look good with their warnings made with love.The Lord is with you while you're with him and hold on Keep your way to the end. We must never give up or tire in our work. There will be plenty of time to rest when we get to heaven.
Lesson Purpose:Christianity must not tolerate laziness consuming which can give courage to the laborious and sustain the sick and afflicted. Work in our vocation as men's duty required by our Christian calling. But some had hoped would be maintained in idleness and consented curious and superb temperament. They interfered in the concerns of others and did much damage. Big mistake and abuse of religion is to give blanket of laziness or any other sin. The servant who waits for the early arrival of another Lord must be working as the Lord commanded. If we are idle, the devil and the corrupt heart will soon give us something to do. The mind of man is given a deal, if it is not used to do good, evil is doing.It is a rare but excellent bond to be active in our own business, but quiet about the other. If someone refuses to work in peace, you have to censor and remove him company, but you have to look good with their warnings made with love.
* NOTE *6a) What you are commanded to do in the name of Jesus? A: that you withdraw from every brother that walketh disorderly, and not after the tradition that you received.7a) Do you know that how should imitate? A: We do not ourselves disorderly among you.8a) do you know which way we work? A: worked with labor and travail night and day, not to be a burden to any of you.9a) Do you know why we do this? R: to make ourselves an example for us to imitate.10a) What Paul says about not wanting to work? A: If anyone will not work, neither should he eat.11a) What did you hear today from some idle? R: that some among you walk disorderly, working not at all, but are busybodies.12th) why in the name of Jesus Christ as we encourage? R: they work in quietness and eat their own bread.13a) What is the pillar and ground advice to you brothers? A: do not be weary in well doing.14a) What should we do if anyone does not obey what we say brothers? A: note that man, and have no company with him, that he may be ashamed.15a) In spite of all this in the name of Jesus we ask how we should act with such brothers? A: Most do not regard him as an enemy, but admonish him as a brother.
INTERPRETATION ** **6a) What does sort? R: tidying something, send, and direct route to an end, confer holy orders one, someone receiving holy orders.7a) What does that follow? R: do one thing faithfully copying another, resemble one thing to another.8a) What is work? R: any activity, physical or intellectual. Having a stable job, a profession, trade or occupation. Be serving the profession or occupation, have a stable occupation, a profession, trade or occupation. Be serving the profession or occupation, use or sell a given material certain product, put strength and desire to win something, to have relations with another person or company, exercise or stress something on it to improve it or develop it, someone soften or saberle try to get something from it9a) What do you mean example? A: expression used to introduce evidence or clarification, or to illustrate or authorize what has been said before, act in a way that encourages imitation, made or cited text, which leads to be followed, that that models imitable or avoidable, as deemed positive or negative.10a) What does not want? R: is used as a negative response to a question, as an expression of rejection or nonconformance, to indicate the non-performance of an action, give reason a person by their actions or words to that something happens that can help, not to accept a bet not have the will or determination to perform an action.11a) What do you mean lazy? A: who does not work. Unemployed or exempt obligations. Useless without fruit or profit; idle - idle - lazy - laze - Off-bad - stick - dandy - Master - empty - vaquear.12a) What does urge? R: Induce one with words, reasons and entreaties to do (stop doing something.13a) What does not weary? A: Boring, overeat, angry, annoy, cause tiredness, fatigue.14a) What does it mean to obey? R: how to thank, take home one thing, come, I did what was ordered, meekly give an indication that you do.15a) What do you mean enemy? A: someone who has ill will to another and you want or do evil, contrary, opposed to something.
APPLICATION *** ***6) Are you willing to receive holy orders someone?7) Are you willing to follow Jesus Christ and to exercise good leadership for the Church?8) Want to faithfully accept the invitation to belong to this family
      
Jesus Christ who works for him in his Church?15) Are you willing to treat everyone as brothers in Christ Jesus?
"Pay the price to live a life pleasing to God"SELF(Colossians 1:15-23)Lesson Purpose:If we believe in our minds that we were enemies by wicked works, and now we are reconciled to God by the sacrifice and death of Christ as our nature, not try to explain or even think to fully understand these mysteries, but we will see the glory of This plan of redemption and rejoice in hope he is set before us. If God's love for us is so great, now what can we do for God? Pray often and abound in holy duties and no longer live for himself, but for Christ, who died for us. But, why? So that we continue to live in sin? No, but so that we might die to sin and live then not for ourselves but for Him Christ as Mediator is the Head of the body, the church, all grace and strength are His, and the Church is his body. All fullness dwells in Him the fulness of merit and righteousness, of strength and grace for us. God showed his justice in requiring full satisfaction. This mode will redeem mankind through the death of Christ was the most appropriate. Here is our vision and approach to be reconciled.
* NOTE *15th) Jesus Christ who is the image? R: is the image of the invisible God.15b) Jesus Christ who is the firstborn? A: of all creation.16a) What was Jesus creed? R: all things that are in heaven and that are on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or principalities or powers.16b) Why were created all things? R: all things were created through him and for him.17a) Jesus Christ was created as well? A: He is before all things.17b) Who rely on Jesus Christ? R: all things subsist in him.18a) What head body is Jesus Christ? R: the body, the church.18b) Jesus Christ besides being the first it is ...? R: firstborn from the dead.18c) Why is the firstborn from the dead? R: so that in everything he might have the preeminence.19a) Who liked Jesus Christ? R: pleased the Father.19b) How much God dwells in the Lord Jesus? R: all fullness.20a) What will reconcile Jehovah God through Jesus? R: all things. 20b) Where is everything? R: on earth or things in heaven. 20c) means to be peace? A: through the blood of his cross.21a) For whom is also peace? R: you too.21b) What were we before God reconciled? R: alienated and enemies in your mind by wicked works.22a) How we have been reconciled? R: in his fleshly body through death.22b) What is the purpose of reconciling us through his death? R: to present you holy and blameless and irreproachable before him.23a) What is the state of being before the Lord God? A: If ye continue grounded and steadfast in the faith, without shifting from the hope of the gospel which you heard, which was preached to every creature which is under heaven.23b) As the apostle Paul what you were made by the gospel? A: I became a minister.
INTERPRETATION ** **15a) What does that picture? A: Figure, representation of a person or thing, mental representation of something, statue, bust, or painting of Jesus Christ, the Virgin or a saint, use of a word or expression that give living idea of ​​something that relates , Figure reproduction of an object by combination of the light rays, real image. Virtual image. The apparently formed behind a mirror. Be the picture of someone. Closely resemble someone.15b) What's firstborn? A: Son being born first.15c) What is meant by creation? A: Production of something out of nothing: the creation of the world was the work of God. Created thing, and especially the whole universe and all created things: the birth of a new being is one of the wonders of creation. Establishment or foundation of a thing for the first time: Institution of new office or employment: is it necessary to create new jobs. Production of a work of art or something that requires great ingenuity or inventiveness:16a) What does throne? R: tiered seating and canopy used by kings, emperors, popes and persons of high dignity, especially in acts of ceremony. Dignity of king or sovereign.16b) What is meant by domain? A: Power exercised over people or things: the dominance of the Roman Empire. Faculty that one has to use and dispose of their own. Dependent territory of another or of a State outside its borders. These were British dominions. Deep knowledge of a subject, science, technology or art: it has a great command of the subject. Be something in the public domain. Being known, known for everything! world.16c) What does principalities? A: They express God's dominion over nature and are the guardians of all major groups, from cities and nations to recent human creations, such as multinational corporations. They are also called angels integrators. Title or dignity of prince: one brother succeeded to the principality. Territory which bears this title: Principality of Asturias. Territory or place subject to the power of the prince principality of Monaco.16d) What do you mean powers? A: Domain, power or authority that has on a person or thing: police have no authority beyond the border. Custody Legal authority of parents over their minor children.18a) What is Church? R: Set of faithful who follow biblical religion established by Jesus Christ. Set consists of persons or adherents of a Christian religion at a time or a particular geographical area.18b) What is meant by precedence? R: privilege, advantage or preference enjoyed by a person over another by reason or special merit.19a) What is fullness? A: Totality, integrity or quality of full. Best moment of something: the fullness of life.20a) What does that reconcile? R: Reset harmony and friendship among several parties who were feuding: peace talks seeking to reconcile the warring parties. How to change!20b) What is peace? A: Situation and interrelation of those who are not at war, they are facing or have outstanding fights: between the brothers is to be peace.22a) What means blameless? R: Worthy of being reprimanded: your education is blameless.23a) What is grounded in faith? R: it rests on a biblical foundation that will enforce as in the case of exegesis. Create, establish, constitute, institute, establish, build, organize, inform, raise, always build a biblical foundation.23b) What do you mean in the faith? R: means that however difficult it is maintained, either a review, a task, etc.. by Dennis we killed (Defeated, defeated) but let's go ahead regardless.23b) What does Minister? A: In a broad sense every believer is a minister, the same right as ordained ministers to communicate with God, interpret Scripture and ministry in Christ's name. Call for ... Liturgy of Meetings: Ministering to the membership. Pastors are people who execute the orders of God Pastor is Minister of God on Earth.
APPLICATION *** ***15a) What is the image you have created you from God?15b) What helps you that Jesus Christ is the firstborn?15c) How do you feel your son or creation?16a) Is there in your heart one or more thrones?16b) Dominas you on your stuff?16c) What are your rulers in your life?16d) Is there any rule or authority over your life?18a) Can you declare which church you belong (Romans 10:10)?18b) How do you feel about the preeminence of Jesus Christ departs?19a) Can you give witness to the fullness of Jesus in your life?20a) What ensures that you are reconciled to Jehovah God?20b) How do you check that you have peace?22a) What do you have to be above reproach?23a) What is the foundation of your faith?23b) What grabs you to stand firm in faith?23c) Why do you think that you are a minister?
DISCOVERING THE TRUE RIQUESASSTUDY OF PATIENCE(SANTIAGO 1:2-11)PURPOSE:Patience is an attitude that leads some to accept any setback or difficulty, is the leading patient to go slowly becoming strong, while the patient must always be strong.Through patience will help you in the hopes and confidence of the liberating intervention of God, this is endurance of hope.Patience is a mature personality trait. It is the virtue of those who know and tolerate suffering setbacks and adversity with fortitude and without complaint. This makes people who have patience to wait calmly know things happen, and they think that things that do not depend strictly one must give them time. In the spiritual sense, means that we must not despair or give in to panic, nor allow our tongues at times complain of pain, worry or stress.
Lesson Purpose:Reaching Out to God in the problems and how to behave in prosperous and adverse circumstances. Christianity teaches men to be joyful in tribulations, such exercises are the love of God, and road tests of duty luster to our virtues will now end our crown. In times of trial's worry that act on us patience, and not passion, what is said or done, which is the patience it says and does. Everything necessary for our Christian race and war will be awarded when the work of patience is complete. We must pray that the affliction is removed, as well as for wisdom to use it properly. And who does not want wisdom to guide you in testing, regulating and administering its own affairs spirit? Here is some response to every discouraging turn of mind, when we go to God experiencing our own weakness and folly. After all, if someone says, this can happen to some, but I'm afraid I did not triumph, the promise is to everyone who asks shall be given.A mind that deals in considering, on a single, dominant, eternal spiritual interest, and that is firm in its purposes for God, will grow wise by afflictions, will continue fervent in their devotions and rise above trials and oppositions. When our faith and spirits rise and fall with second causes, our words and actions will be unstable. This does not always expose men to contempt of the world, but those ways can not please God. No life situation is such as to prevent rejoice in God.Mean men can rejoice if they are exalted to be rich in faith and heirs of the kingdom of God, and the rich may rejoice in humbling providences that lead to a humble and modest mindset.Worldly wealth is something that runs. So, unless one is rich rejoice in the grace of God who makes and keeps humble and tests and exercises that teach you to find the joy in God and He, not the perishable pleasures.
 
* NOTE *2a) What is the exhortation of the apostle? R: Count it all joy when you fall into various trials.3a) What causes test our faith? R: produces patience (Rom5: 3; Lk.8: 15).4a) What has the patience to do? R: his complete works.4b) What is let patience have her perfect work? R: That ye may be perfect and complete, not lacking anything.5a) What do we do if we lack wisdom? A: ask God.5b) Who and what wisdom is God willing to give us? A: who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given.6a) How do we have to ask this faith? R: in faith, nothing wavering.6b) At which resembles the doubter? R: is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed back and forth.7a) What you should not think that question? R: he shall, to receive anything from the Lord.8a) Where is unstable double-minded man? R: in all his ways.9a) Who can boast in his exaltation? A: The brother in humble.10a) EI rich can boast that? R: in his humiliation.10b) Why glory in his humiliation? A: because he will pass away like the flower of grass.11a) Why compare the rich with the flower of the grass? A: Because when the sun rises with scorching heat and withers the grass, its flower falls, and its beautiful appearance perishes: so also shall the rich man fade away in his pursuits.
INTERPRETATION ** **2a) What does exhortation? A: Warning or notice that trying to persuade someone to do or not do something: listen to the exhortations of your friends and do not go there. Sermon brief family: Before leaving home heard the exhortations of their parents to be careful.3a) What do you mean try? A: Review or experimentation to verify the proper operation of something or adjustment for a particular purpose. Demonstration of the truth of something, or its existence. Reason or argument that demonstrates the truth or falsity of a thing. Hint, shows that there is a thing. Examination to demonstrate knowledge or skills. Sad or difficult situation. Medical analysis. Probadura of a food or beverage. Small or sample part of a whole which is tested for its quality.4a) What is patience? A: Ability to withstand misfortune with resignation, offenses, Tranquility to wait. Quiet for detailed work or entertaining.5a) What does wisdom? A: The world says is the deep knowledge that is acquired through study or experience: never thought it would reach the wisdom of his teacher. Prudence, care and behavior mode behave in life. The bible says that wisdom which man acquires through his own effort is the spiritual dynamic. It has the power to liberate people from sin. Proverbs 9:10 defines true wisdom: "The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom." One can not even begin the path of wisdom without the fear of the Lord. The wisdom of God in Scripture is a divine revelation that the sages of the world completely unknown.6b) What's likeness? A: Doing such a thing to another: take huge ears that resemble a donkey. Resemble resemble a person or thing to another: resembles his father even in gestures.7a) What do you mean definitely? A: You can project into the fields of decision and action, or affect only the belief, faith or the validity of knowledge. If you are above a "truth" conventionally accepted, the question implies insecurity validity. When doubt is accepted as ignorance can be a source of knowledge for the study and criticism.Skeptical arguments (aimed at introducing doubts) that Descartes considered in the Meditations, are taken entirely from Plato. These arguments are a research tool, and must first be evaluated according to whether or not intelligible, and if once accepted, would be likely to discuss in principle (because otherwise it would be inconsistent with the research activity). If both conditions are met, the arguments are useful to the company in view of Descartes philosophical (just as research tools). For later, in Cartesian research, would judge whether we really have no reason to suppose discard.8a) What is inconsistent? A: No stable or permanent. Too easily changing thoughts, hobbies, opinions or conduct: Applies to the person who does not have a strong will and determination in continuing to do something or how to do it: it is a fickle athlete who has a hard time train. That is not continued, developed with interruptions or variations of intensity: a fickle wind.9a) What does boast? A: evaluated or boast too much of something. Indulge, rejoice greatly.10b) What is humiliation? A: There's no way short of the grace and mercy of God, but through what for God is the most beautiful and sublime attitude in man, the humiliation ... You acknowledge that we did wrong, confronting ourselves with courage, and facing to the glory of Christ, who came not to condemn but to save, doing it that way, peace with God. "For thus saith the high and lofty One who inhabits eternity, whose name is Holy: I dwell in the high and holy place, and with the contrite and humble spirit, to revive the spirit of the humble, and to revive the heart of the contrite. " Isaiah 57:15.
APPLICATION *** ***2a) How much are you willing to be called upon?3a) Does your faith has been tested?4a) How do you know that patience is developing in you?5a) Have you asked God for wisdom?6a) How can you asemejarte closer to Jesus Christ?7a) What are your questions at this time, to pray for you?8a) Is there a spirit of inconstancy in you, to pray for you?10b) Want to Jesus Christ and to walk humbly beg it through the Holy Spirit, to crush our character and form in us a character similar to his patience.
"HOW strengthen to withstand all with patience"STUDY OF PATIENCE(Colossians 1:3-14)Lesson Purpose:Faith, hope, and love are the three main virtues of the Christian life, and the fear appropriate to pray and give thanks, unto all patience, and patience, and to achieve entire patient endurance, a continuation persevering in suffering faith, despite the evidence of the persecutors and the seductions of false teachers. -Longsuffering toward those that one can repel. "Tolerance" or endurance, is used to those whom they can not refuse. The more we set our hopes on the reward of this world, we will be more free to do good with our earthly treasure. It was reserved for them, no enemy could remove them.The gospel is the word of truth and we risk our souls on this basis, with the security of a good result. All who hear the word of the gospel, should bear the fruit of the gospel, obey it and have their principles and lives formed accordingly. Love of the world arises from interested views, or similarity in manners, love of carnal pleasures appetite arises. These always clings something corrupt, selfish and low. But Christian love arises from the Holy Spirit and filled with holiness.
* NOTE *3a) Who do we thank for all of you pray? R: We thank God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.4a) What also hear from all of you? A: of your faith in Christ Jesus and of the love that you have for all the saints.5a) where is saved the hope of us all? R: in heaven.5b) Who have you heard the word of hope? R: for the true word of the gospel.6a) How far word has come true? R: is come unto you.6b) What happens when word reaches the real world? R: bearing fruit and increasing also among you since the day you heard and knew the grace of God in truth.7a) Who is Epaphras? R: our beloved fellow servant, who is a faithful minister of Christ on our behalf.8a) What also said Epaphras? A: your love in the Spirit. 9a) What should a member of the pillar and ground of truth in his new character of patience? R: we also, since the day we heard it, do not cease to pray for you, and to desire that ye might be filled with the knowledge of His will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding.10a) To serve you patience this new character? R: That ye might walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing, being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God.11a) How can we strengthen the character of patience? R: with all power according to his glorious power, unto all patience and longsuffering.12a) How should we give thanks to our Heavenly Father for the new character of patience? A: Giving thanks to the Father who has qualified us to share in the inheritance of the saints in light.13a) By participating in this heritage that God delivers us? A: We got rid of thePower of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of his beloved Son.14a) What do we have when we have been translated into the kingdom of Jesus? A: we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins.
INMTERPRETACION ** **3a) What does it mean to pray? A: We can say that prayer is a deep dialogue with God, and, as in any dialogue, it is essential listening, open and receptive, to Him from whom we expect everything we trust and who we give our; life . If prayer is communication with God we must be aware that, more essence than what we say is what God can transmit, and more importantly that the message will always be the Issuer. All communication is valid as long as the game supports, so the best object of prayer will seek close and personal with the Lord.5a) What is hope? A: We are in a time where is hard to find reasons to hope, those who put their trust in the God of the Bible are more than ever the duty to justify their hopes ahead of those who called to account (1 Peter 3: 15). They want to capture what is the hope that faith has specific di to live, that's the source of biblical hope. If God is good ys never changes his attitude and never abandons us, then, whatever the difficulties - if the world as we see it is as far from justice, peace, solidarity and compassion- for believers this is not a definitive situation. In if faith in God, believers push a world waiting for the will of Dio: or, put another way, by love.6a) What do you mean real word? A: The first fact is that the Bible claims to be the Word of God. The authors knew they were writing the words of God, but often did not fully understand what they were writing. 2 Timothy 3:16 says "All scripture is inspired by God." 2 Peter 1:21 says, "No prophecy was ever by his own will, on the contrary, they were men who spoke from God, led by the Holy Spirit." Jesus himself viewed the Old Testament as having authority and cited him for his ministry.Second, the Holy Spirit confirms that the Bible is the Word of God. John 16:13 says, "When the Spirit of truth, he will guide you into all truth." The Spirit who convicts the world of sin also assures the believer that the Bible is the Word of God. Transformer CapacityThird, we have evidence about the transforming power of the Bible Hebrews 4:12 says, "The word of God is living and power. Sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the depths of the soul and spirit. " Romans 12:2 says, "No longer live according to the criteria of the present time, a contrario, change their way of thinking." The Word of God and the Spirit of Dio: really transform the lives of people.7a) What does Epaphras? A: desirable or "nice" Christian of Colossae, and perhaps founder of the church in that city (Col. 4:12) "Epaphras, who is one of you, a servant of Christ, always laboring fervently for you in prayers, that you may stand perfect and complete in all the will of God. " He went to Rome in the 1st imprisonment of Paul and gave a good report of his local church. It seems that shared the jail with the apostle.9a) What does a member? A: In human anatomy is each member of the limbs that start trunk. Another concept is the local church or church organization. It is the body of believers who profess to be Christians and they meet in a village or a group of such local meetings (1Co.1: 2 "to the church of God which is at Corinth, to those sanctified in Christ Jesus, called to be saints, with all that in every place call upon the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, their Lord and ours ")10a) What is character? R: Set of stable spiritual characteristics of man depends on the activity of the individual and their living conditions, and manifests itself in the way of acting. Knowing the character of a man, it is possible to predict how it will behave under certain circumstances and therefore guide the conduct forming, valuable qualities in the individual to society. The character reputation stands in the way man comes to himself and others, in the way of fulfilling what is responsible and how to handle things. Where is revealed more fully, is in social practice and working.11a) What do you mean strengthening? A: When you build your character in mind, think first that the fruits that will get bigger and better, the thought of the things you want, and motivates you passionate about what you want.Do not let evil ingrained beliefs of others, mutilate your character. The major problem for people without character, is always live if one rationale. Living a life without passion, Jesus Christ makes you weak, you can not pursue a goal, because you have a goal to pursue. Focus, makes your character becomes stronger, and have more of a reason to live, and motivated to do so, will make your character stronger.12a) What is the character of patience? A: When a patient with other people, you do not make them responsible for the wrongs they have done against you. Patience allows you to rest in the Lord, and let the Supreme Court Judge handling any injustice or fairness. (SAL 37:7) "Be still before the LORD and wait patiently, do not fret because of him who prospers in his way, over the man who carries out evil". If someone is conducting intrigues against you, be patient, and relax, and the Lord has everything under control.13a) What is meant by inheritance? A: We belong to the Father as His heirs. He loved us, redeemed us, adopted us and made us heirs of His grace. This is something he has done completely by us in His own sovereign free will. But we also have God as our own heritage. The Psalmist said, He is my portion forever The Lord God is our inheritance. The Holy Spirit gives witness evidence (Romans 8:17) "And if children, then heirs, heirs of God and fellow heirs with Christ, if indeed we suffer with him in order that we may also be glorified with him."14a) What is transferred? A: The good news is that there is a realm to which we have been translated, and today we have through the blood of Jesus the forgiveness of all our sins. Every kingdom has a flag, language, laws, a king in this realm the king is Jesus Christ, the flag is love, language is pure and laws serve to regulate the order in the kingdom and have been arranged by Jesus Christ.We are ambassadors of the kingdom, the ambassadors only speak of the good and beautiful things in your country or kingdom, so the word of God tells us (1 Peter 2:9) "We are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, people acquired by God to proclaim the praises of Him who called us out of darkness into his marvelous light. "
APPLICATION *** ***3a) What is the most important thing in prayer for you?5a) How is molded your life, in hope of what God does or what you do for God?6a) Are you willing to be patient when you remove the true word yoke of ignorance?9a) Are you willing to raise your right hand and before all this leadership and especially our Lord Jesus Christ to be faithful member of the pillar and ground of the truth?10a) How much patience on your part are willing to remain oriented to your conduct and character remains formed, in you as an individual the valuable qualities of our Lord Jesus Christ?11a) Do you want at this time that the Holy Spirit strengthen you? Because living a life without passion, Jesus Christ makes you weak, you can not pursue a goal, because you have a goal to pursue.12a) Would you like us to ask God in faith believing, for the character of patience of our Lord Jesus Christ?13a) What do you want to exercise at this time of your inheritance THROUGH grace? because now we have God as our own heritage.14a) Do you want your house to be declared within the kingdom of Jesus Christ?
"FALSE AND TRUE ENSEÑANSAS RIQUESAIn godliness and contentment "STUDY OF MERCY(1 Timothy 6:3-10)PURPOSE:Piety is: The virtue of a Christian in his daily life, formed in sound doctrine (1Tim.6 :3-5) "If any man teach otherwise, and consent not to wholesome words of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the doctrine which is according to godliness ... ". Piety is: Spiritual exercise we do constantly (2 Peter 1:3) "Like all things that pertain to life and godliness has given us His divine power, through the knowledge of Him who called us by glory and excellence. " MERCY IS ABOUT COMPASSION, mercy or pity you have to something or someone. In spiritual terminology, piety is a virtue. It can refer to a way to gain favor or forgiveness. According to some, this type of piety does not necessarily require the spiritual piety, while others refuse to distinguish between the two. While different people may understand its meaning differently, is generally used to refer to religious devotion or spirituality, or often, a combination of both. A common element in most conceptions of piety is humility. It is also used by others to refer only to samples that are outside of the spiritual aspect of piety. That is, according to some, if one is pious in the spiritual sense, the natural and inevitable result of it is religious piety. The pity is one of the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit. Feelings of grief or pain that is to those suffering. Compassion, mercy. Virtue that inspires, for the love of God, devotion to the holy things, and for the love of neighbor, acts of selflessness and compassion.
Lesson Purpose:Those who enjoyed the privilege of living with believing masters, should not leave the respect and reverence due because they were equal in religious privileges, but rather should serve with double diligence and joy for their faith in Christ, and as partakers of his free salvation. We have to recognize as intact other words but those of our Lord Jesus Christ, we must give consent to these sincere. Usually know the least are the most proud of, because you know yourself. Hence come envy, strife, the insults, evil suspicions, disputes and things all clear subtleties between men of corrupt carnal minds, ignorant of the truth and its sanctifying power, and who seek worldly advantage.
* NOTE *3a) What should teach an individual pillar and ground of the truth? R: the sound words of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to the doctrine which is according to godliness.4a) How can we identify if anyone is getting out of this sound doctrine? A: He is proud, knowing nothing, but doting about questions and strifes of words, whereof cometh envy, strife, railings, evil suspicions.5a) What are the characteristics of these people, which tells us the word of God to turn away? R: constant friction between men of corrupt minds and destitute of the truth, that godliness is a means of gain.6a) What is the big win? R: is godliness with contentment.7a) Why do we have to stay with joy and godliness with contentment? A: For we brought nothing into this world, and certainly can take nothing out.8a) How that provision from God we have to thank? A: having food and raiment let us be therewith content.9a) What is the result when we lose sight of God? R: fall into temptation and a trap and into many foolish and harmful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction.10a) Why the rich want is out of God's purposes? A: Because the root of all evil is the love of money, which some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
INTERPRETATION ** **3a) What is teaching? A: All those who have received the call to ministry of education should be seen as an essential step in the development of this grace, careful observation of the methods and procedures that Jesus used to communicate the truths of the Kingdom. "When Jesus had finished these words, the crowds were amazed at his teaching, for he taught them as one having authority, and not as the scribes" (Matthew 7.28-29).Communicate knowledge, skills, ideas and experiences to a person who does not have them with the intention that understand and make use of them. Show a thing or a person in the sight of someone. Give information, data or a signal to come to the knowledge of a thing.
4a) What does that sound doctrine? A: The sound "doctrine of Christ", synonymous with the "gospel of salvation" There are conditions for every human being, which God himself has set in his New Testament. Any person endowed with understanding normal read or hear these conditions can understand almost instantly, they are few and simple, and with a willing mind, for salvation can obey immediately. In fact, it is possible to make the whole process of learning and obedience within hours, soon transformed from sinner to saved, moved fast from the kingdom of darkness into the spiritual kingdom of God's dear Son.5a) What do you mean Let's separate ourselves from them? A: (1 Peter 3:10-11) "For he that will love life and see good days, let him refrain his tongue from evil, and his lips that they speak no guile: 11 Get away from evil and do good; Seek peace and pursue it. " The meaning of the word away is out, remove or remove a person or thing from where he was. In the Bible God wants us away, we leave or we remove them:1. Evil. (Psalm 34:14) "Depart from evil, and do good, seek peace and pursue it." (Proverbs 3:7) "Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the LORD, and depart from evil"2. Of idols and from fornication. (Acts 15:20) "But that we write to them that they abstain from pollutions of idols, and from fornication, and from things strangled and from blood"3. Of those who cause divisions and offenses. (Romans 16:17) "Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offenses contrary to the doctrine which you learned, and turn away from them"4. Unequal yoke. (2 Corinthians 6:14-17) "Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness, and what communion hath light with darkness, and what concord hath Christ with Belial? Or what has a believer with an unbeliever? What agreement has the temple of God with idols? For we are the temple of the living God, as God said: I shall live and walk among them, and be their God, and they shall be my people. Wherefore come out from among them and be separate, says the Lord, and touch not him unclean and I will receive "5. Of those who are unruly. (2 Thessalonians 3:6) "Now we command you, brethren, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye withdraw yourselves from every brother that walketh disorderly, and not after the tradition which he received of us"6. From all iniquity. (2 Timothy 2:19) "Nevertheless the foundation of God standeth sure, having this seal, The Lord knoweth them that are his, and: Stay away from iniquity everyone who names the name of Christ"6a) What is profit? R: Utility, advantage or benefit of economic order obtained by a company in the course of their operations. Profit is the basic objective of any company or firm must use, therefore, the optimal combination of factors of production to reduce costs wherever possible, while attracting the applicants of the Goods or services produced for they sell at the highest price obtainable (2 Peter 3:13-18).With the gain of your work that is money to buy a house but can not a home, you can buy a bible, but not salvation. Money can buy a clock but not time, money can buy a bed but not sleep, money can buy a book but not knowledge, money can pay a doctor but not health, and money can pay for a position but not respect, money can buy blood but not life.7a) What does Contentment? A: We can be summarized in two people's attitudes to the circumstances: first, those who live always dissatisfied, always with the complaint in the mouth and end up "bathed" with bitterness. By contrast, in the other pole find the person whose reaction to the circumstances and problems and contentment is. This different way of reacting is something like a quick X-ray of our maturity in our Christian character. Contentment comes from Christ. This leads us to the second experience of Paul: "" Not that I speak from want, for I have learned to be content in whatever circumstances I am. "" I can do everything through Christ who strengthens me. '" Verses (Phil. 4:11, 13) form an inseparable whole. No true contentment without Christ. Actually, this is the key not only to this passage, but of the whole Christian life.8a) What does provision? A: For our perfection: God provided the resources necessary for us to be made perfect. On one hand, the offering of the Lord Jesus (His precious blood) is the solution sufficient for cleaning our sins and our conscience, and, secondly, the Lord's ministry as high priest is effective to bear with our infirmities. Glory to the Lamb of God! Glory to the High Priest of our profession, Christ Jesus!Any resources that God has refused to reach perfection as Christians? We all have been attempted in the person and work of our blessed precious Lord Jesus! Yesterday on the cross, on the throne today, yesterday offering his life as a sacrifice for our sins, now perpetually interceding for believers; yesterday on earth, now in heaven surrounded by weakness yesterday, now ministering in the power of a life indestructible sins yesterday, today our weaknesses as Lamb yesterday, today as High Priest. Yesterday saved us from our sins forever today saves us from our weakness and helplessness for its perpetual intercession.9a) What does result? A: Two things happen when someone or a group, or nation, pecan, first brings upon himself to evil consequences of their evil deeds (Rom. 6:23) and then suffer the punishment that will come as a result of God's righteous judgment (2Ts.1 :5-9). (PRO15 :9-10) "9 is an abomination to the Lord, the way of the wicked: but he loveth him that followeth after righteousness. 10 Correction is grievous unto him that forsaketh the way: and he that hateth reproof shall die. "(Pro21: 16) "The man who strays from the path of wisdom will come to rest in the company of the dead."(Heb10: 38) "The just shall live by faith: but if any man draw back, my soul shall have no pleasure."(Ezra 8:22) "The hand of our God is for good on all who seek Him, but His power and his wrath is against all who forsake him."(Sal73: 27) "For behold, they that are far from thee shall perish: thou shalt destroy anyone who turns away from you."(Sal125: 5) "But those who turn their crooked ways, Jehovah will take with them which do iniquity; Peace be upon Israel."(Is1: 28) "But the rebels and sinners shall be together, and they that forsake the LORD shall be consumed."10a) What is rich? R: Wealth, when legitimately obtained and provided not allow ourselves apart from God, is not sinful. It is an extra blessing of God.Examples of rich Christians in the Bible include: Abraham (Gen. 13:2 "And Abram was very rich in cattle, in silver, and in gold" Gen24: 35 "The LORD has blessed my master greatly, and he is become great , and has given him sheep and cattle, silver and gold, male and female servants, camels and donkeys ") Solomon (1 Kings 10:23" For the king had at sea a fleet of ships of Tarshish with the navy of Hiram. Once every three years came the navy of Tarshish, bringing gold, silver, ivory, apes and peacocks ") Hezekiah (2 Kings 20:12-18" 12 At that time Merodach-Baladan son of Baladan, king of Babylon, sent letters and a present to Hezekiah, for he heard that Hezekiah had been sick. 13 And Hezekiah hearkened, and showed them all the house of his treasures, silver, gold, and spices, and the precious ointment, and the house of his weapons, and all that was in his treasures: there was nothing that Hezekiah did not show them in his house or in all his dominions. 14 Then Isaiah the prophet came to King Hezekiah, and said unto him, What said these men? and whence came they unto thee? And Hezekiah said, have come from a far country, from Babylon. 15 And he said again: What were your house? Hezekiah said They saw everything in my house, nothing among my treasures that did not show them. 16 Then Isaiah said to Hezekiah, Hear the word of the Lord: 17 Behold the days come, that all that is in your house, and all that your fathers have accumulated until this day, shall be carried Babylon, without getting anything, saith the Lord. 18 And of thy sons that shall issue from thee, which thou shalt beget, shall, and they shall be eunuchs in the palace of the king of Babylon ").(Pro 10:22) "The blessing of the LORD, it maketh rich, and he adds no sorrow with it."(Ecclesiastes 5:18-19) "Behold, then, the good that I have seen: it is good to eat and drink, and enjoy one of the good of all his labor which fatigue under the sun, every day of his life that God has given him, for this is his portion.Likewise, every man to whom God gives riches and wealth, and hath given him power to eat thereof, and to take his portion, and enjoy your work, this is the gift of God. "
APPLICATION *** ***3a) Are you willing to develop this grace to teach carefully observing the methods and procedures used to communicate Jesus Kingdom truths?4a) do everything you've learned and what you think you will learn here teach about the most important of sound doctrine?5a) do you have to give up and turn away?6a) Now that you know the meaning "wealth" How do you think God wants you get?7a) Why do you want to ask for you to have contentment?8a) What kind of provision need to pray to the Father in the name of Jesus "believed" to be granted.9a) Do you want an encounter with Jesus, now to remove you are paying the consequences, because Avias been deceived by false teaching?10a) What is the most valuable treasure that God wants us to ask today?

"CHARACTER BUILDING UNDER YOUR EARLYTEACHING IN SCRIPTURE "STUDY OF MERCY(2 Timothy 3:10-17)Lesson Purpose:The main purpose of godliness is that in any and every situation we are very joyful: our underworld king chosen and taken to their precious kingdom and now we can enjoy the immense love of our God and the better we know the doctrine of Christ, taught by the apostles, we cling more closely to her and our character will be crushed and replaced by the character of Jesus Christ. When we know only in part the afflictions of believers, that tempts us that we decline the cause for which they suffer. Typically allowed a form of godliness a profession of Christian faith, without a holy life, while the sincere profession of the truth as it is in Jesus and resolute attention to the duties of piety, provoke derision and enmity of the world.Just as good men are getting better, by the grace of God and evil men are getting worse by the cunning of Satan and the power of their own corruptions. The road goes downhill sin;'s such go from bad to worse, deceiving and being deceived. Those who deceive others, deceive themselves, as they discover the final expenses. The external church history shows that the overwhelming as it said I bet being moved by the Holy Spirit.* NOTE *10a) What should be the evidence of your new character of piety? A: You have followed my teaching, conduct, purpose, faith, longsuffering, love, patience.11a) How many persecutions and sufferings Jesus Christ can deliver? A: of all the Lord delivered me.12a) What's wrong to live godly in Christ Jesus? R: suffer persecution.13a) What happens to the bad men who deceive us? A: go from bad to worse, deceiving and being deceived.14a) What is the evidence of your new character of piety why you keep persisting and studying these treaties training? R: you must continue in what you have learned and have firmly believed, knowing from whom you learned.15a) What did you learn from spiritual child? R: that from a child thou hast known the holy scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus.16a) What is the source of the Bible and to serve you? A: All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.17a) What is the purpose of God in form godly character in me through their word? R: so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.
INTERPRETATION ** **10a) What does that doctrine? A: It is a set of teaching and teaching based on a belief system on a branch of knowledge, field of study or specific science. The difference between doctrine and education is that education is pursued in the learner (the person to educate) remain as possible to externally accumulated knowledge and analyze, while in the indoctrination, the student body remains inside knowledge or absorbs beliefs and teachings.Of course, the doctrine is essential, we will see a few passages in the New Testament where Jesus and his apostles spoke of the doctrine as essential to salvation. "Jesus answered and said, My doctrine is not mine, but his that sent me" (Jn.7: 16). As we can see, Jesus taught a doctrine, which comes from the supreme God, the Father. He taught that there is a knowledge that gives us eternal life, and is as follows: "And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent" (Jn.l7: 3).10b) What is behavior? A: Today, the importance and value of the person, who they are inside, and need ongoing personal development, are highlighted in all areas of life. It is recognized more and more, outside ecclesiastical circles, that the benefits of performing duties, tasks, jobs, and more specifically, methods and techniques in any field of human activity depends directly on the quality of person that holds, that is , of his character."Generally, character can be understood as the pattern that persists over time and 'marked' or 'define' a person. Indicates a person's character traits and persistent habits of an individual. Specifically, the character commonly refers to a person's moral behavior in relation to their pattern of behavior that tries to do good or evil to others. "In this sense the character is something that comes from within the human being but that evidence or reflected in their outward acts, although the acts visible to others can be misinterpreted.Put another way, "the moral image of God in man has to do with the provisions and housing trends in your heart. Forman of the character or quality of the person, it is the correctness or incorrectness with making use of the powers vested in it. Gives the man his moral nature, and enables possesses holiness of character. " Therefore, all these features mentioned above have to do with our fundamentals, the foundations that support us in the course of life.10c) What do you mean purpose? A: The purpose of God for man is possessed by the life and glory of Christ. After the fall, God redeemed man for Christ's sake, for God's purpose had compliance. The fall of man could not defeat the purpose of God, rather, God used it to show his wonderful love, and perfect obedience of His beloved Son. In creating man, God wanted him to be like his Son, so honor and dignity is very large. No other creature has this high privilege. Of course, God wants all things express the glory of his Son, but none of them were created in the image of His Son. In redemption, Jesus reconciles all things to God and also imparts life to man. Through his death, was released the divine life that was hidden inside, and the grain of wheat grains produced many others involved in his own life. God created man to satisfy the heart of Christ, so that you can become like Christ, expressing both his life and his glory.10d) What is forbearance? A: Definition: Extreme patience. Dictionary of the Spanish Language: Greatness of mind and constancy in adversity, kindness, mercy, generosity. Long endure insults, insults, threats and difficulties. (1Cor.13: 4) "Love is patient." (2 Timothy 2:3) "endure hardship as a good soldier of Jesus Christ."Expository Dictionary (Vine): "The forbearance is that quality of self-restraint under provocation that does not retaliate or punish hasty quickly, is it the opposite of anger and is associated with mercy ..."
Therefore, it is characteristic of the CHILDREN(Imitators) of God.Efes. 5:1, "Therefore be imitators of God as dear children."Efes.4: 2, "with all humility and gentleness, with patience (forbearance) forbearing one another in love." V-31, 32, "be put away from you all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander, along with all malice. Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave ".Gal.5: 22, 23, "But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience (forbearance), kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control." 26 "Do not be conceited, provoking one another, and envying one another.Gal.6: 1, "Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual restore such a one in a spirit of meekness, considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted. Carry each other's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ. "Col.3: 12, "Therefore, as the elect of God, holy and beloved, put on deep compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience (long-suffering)."1Tim. 1:16, "But for this cause I obtained mercy, that in Jesus Christ might show me first, all longsuffering (forbearance), for example of those who would believe in Him for eternal life"2Tim.4: 2, "Preach the word, be urgent in season and out of season, convince, rebuke and encourage-with great patience (forbearance) and teaching."Heb.6: 12, "so that ye be not slothful, but followers of them who through faith and patience (forbearance) inherit the promises."Sant.5: 10, "Brothers, take for example of suffering and patience (forbearance) to the prophets who spoke in the name of the Lord."11a) What does that deliver? A: A sheep does not have to be contentious or quarrelsome to be attacked by wolves. Is nature of wolves attacking sheep regardless of this behavior. Jesus Christ is the Lamb of God. It is eternally merciful and understanding. It is the embodiment of love.He is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Mal.3: 6; Heb.13: 8). He did not have to change its nature to be pursued. The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath. When Jesus healed on the Sabbath a paralytic, who was thirty-eight years of being sick, the Jews sought the more to kill him (John 5:16). In Galilee, Jesus healed on the Sabbath a man who had a withered hand and the Pharisees took counsel against him to destroy him (Matthew 12:9-14). Insist that religious were those who plotted the death of the Son of God.12a) What is persecution? A: El Salvador told the world all purporting to be true Christians "faced jeers and flogging, and even chains and imprisonment ... For unto you it is given by Christ, not only to believe on him, but also to suffer for Him .. You will be hated by all for my name, but whoever endures to the end will be saved "(Philippians 1:29, Hebrews 11:36, Mark 13:13).13a) What do you mean from bad to worse? A: More and more and woefully wrong.13b) What is cheating? A: Giving the lie as truth: cheating innocent face everyone. Induce another to believe and indeed what is not. It also meets the eye. Cheating: tricked us into buying the car. Produce illusion. Being unfaithful to the couple: in thirty years of marriage not cheated even once. Entertaining, distract: tricked his hunger with olives. Refusing to accept the truth and stop deceiving accept your defeat. Wrong: you've cheated by accepting the position.14a) What does persist? A: Stand firm and constant in something, especially an idea: do not persist in your idea because you're wrong, admit it. To insist, persevere. Quit, quit. Last or be one thing for a long time: the severity of the illness persists. Endure, persevere.14b) What is persuade? R: Transitive and pronominal convince, decide induce. "When we move a person of conduct or review, we seek to assert are compelling reasons requiring him or forced to do what we suggest, and this we call convincing. Thus involves force, mainly of reasons, from him who tries to convince, demonstrating the goodness or usefulness of something, to bring the person implementing it or appropriate it.We see, then, that the action is primarily aimed at convicting the intelligence of the persuader and the feelings of the heart. Very similar to persuasion is convincing, persuading it is generally defined as the action to move, excite, compel one to run what is proposed, using reasons and speeches, not only overcome their reason, but rather even that conmuevan his heart. "15a) What does that wise? R: Is that fear and obey God in their statutes. Adjective and noun, sane, sensible, prudent. Understood, learned, erudite, bolonio, scholar, thinker, intellectual. "Sage is commonly applied to those who profess science. Learned, applies particularly to those who profess the powers. Scholar, science does not involve either deep wise, nor the profound doctrine of the learned, but a vast news of literary knowledge, which requires a lot of reading, activity, curiosity and memory. A great theologian is learned. A mineralogist is great scholar. "15b) What is salvation? R: Is repentance of sin. Action and effect of saving or save. Liberation misunderstood in the most diverse ways. Christianity inherited from Judaism soteriological character. They also salvific mystery religions that developed in Greece. El Salvador is Christ and his teaching is a message of universal salvation.16a) What inspired you mean? R: Causing a feeling, a feeling or an idea does not inspire such confidence. Infuse in the mood, the glow of understanding God [one] or excite their will. Someone or something causing a feeling or impression in the mind of a person: The beggar inspires compassion. Infuse creative ideas in the mind feel a sudden clarity that favors creation, joins take certain thing as matter of inspiration. Suggest ideas for artistic production: this landscape inspired the poet to compose this ode. Taking inspiration ideas from one person c thing for artistic production was inspired by birdsong to compose melodies.16b) What does reproof? R: Convert the argument against doing it. Challenging a thing containing a defect.17a) What do you mean perfect? A: It has the highest degree of goodness or excellence in its line. That has the maximum degree of a particular quality or effect Jesus is a perfect gentleman. Full effectiveness of justice.17b) What does fully prepared? A: It applies to the person who has a lot of knowledge about a subject. A substance that is produced industrially for a particular purpose: food preparation. A drug that is made in the pharmacy: a preparation against viruses.
APLICACIÓIM *** ***10a) Are you attached to the sound doctrine of Jesus?10b) Are you willing to Jesus through the Holy Spirit transforms your behavior so that your character is like Jesus?10c) How do you experience God Jehovah reconciliation?10d) What you can convert your long-suffering patience?11a) What can you be freed from a religious?12a) What you experienced persecution because of Jesus Christ?13a) Have you ever felt that you are wrong and getting worse ever?13b) Have you had any fraud or deceit in your Christian life and now want to give that burden to Jesus in order to advance your godly life?14a) Have you ever felt that you give up rather than persist in a godly life so your physical eyes see?14b) How do you act when someone starts talking gossip of your brothers in faith?15a) What is the wisdom that you should use to give a specific advice?15b) What can you say about your salvation?16a) What kind of inspiration right now gives you the Holy Spirit?16b) How about a redargüido these studies?17a) For you who is perfect?17b) What is the means of being fully prepared?
"HOW TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS WARNINGS AND PASTOR"Brotherly love (Hebrews 13:1-7)PURPOSE:Brotherly love is not based on the affinity of tastes, personality or similar customs, but it is rooted in something that is of divine origin, love, for God is love, Ro.12: 10 "Love one another brotherly love ".Friendship and companionship is not the love of the Bible. Friendship is the glue that brings people together who have a similar personality with similar tastes. From there comes the popular saying: "Tell me who your friends are and I will tell you who you are". Brotherly love is the bond that unites spiritually believers who profess the same faith.Eph.4 :1-6 "walk worthy of the vocation wherewith ye are called, with all humility and gentleness, bearing with one another in love, endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace; one body and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of your calling, one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all. "Brotherly love is not expressed as the friendship that the unsaved are, how good and healthy she is. It is not based on something as ephemeral as the fact visited each other and share the pleasures that life has to offer.
Lesson Purpose:The true believer will gracious presence of God with in life, in death, and for ever. Men can not do anything against God, and God can make it for good all that men do against his people.These are some serious exhortations to several Christian duties, especially and contentment. The sin opposed to this grace and duty is covetousness, an overly passionate desire of the wealth of this world, joined the envy of those who have more than us. Taking treasures in heaven can be happy with the few things here, Those who can not be so, God will not be happy if their situation improves. Adam was in paradise, but I was not happy, some were not happy angels in heaven, but the apostle Paul, though abased and empty, had learned to be content in any state, in any state. Christians have reason to be happy with if present lot.
* NOTE *1a) What God calls us as a church? R: Let brotherly love continue.2a) What does God through His word, that we must not forget? A: Do not forget to entertain.2b) Why we must not forget the hospitality? R: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.3a) How we must remember the prisoners? A: as though in prison with them.3b) How we must remember the abused? A: as you yourselves also in the body.4a) What should be the behavior of couples in the Church? R: is honorable in all marriage.4b) How should preserve the bedroom of the couple? R: the bed undefiled.4c) What God warns us in his word in such case to sully our home? R: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.5a) What should be the distinctive character and behavior of the members of the Church? A: Let your conversation be without covetousness, and be content with what you have now.5b) Why there should be no greed in us? R: for he said, never leave thee, nor forsake thee.6a) What we can say with confidence in Christ Jesus? R: The Lord is my helper, I will not fear what man can do.7a) What is the thought that we have now in our new character? A: Remember your leaders.7b) What Jesus Christ does in us through the shepherds? A: who spoke the word of God.7c) What is the attitude of our new character in this brotherly love? R: consider what has been the result of their conduct, imitate their faith.
INTERPRETATION ** **1a) What does remain? A: Staying without transformation in one place, condition or quality.2b) What do you mean brotherly love? R: (1Thes.4: 9 "brotherly love ... that you love one another"). A good example of this is the relationship between friends or brothers carnal. It's good, but usually not as dedicated as in a marriage or to or God. 1Pedro3 :8-9: Finally, be ye all of one mind, having compassion one of another, love as brothers, be pitiful, be courteous.2b) What is hospitality? R: Hospitality is the essential value, specific and own Brethren in Christ Jesus. Human beings need to be and be with others. Our relationship with others is to bring us to God, and love God, is to lead us to host, share and grow with the brother.3a) What do you mean jail? A: who is deprived of his liberty, is applied to the person who is dominated by a feeling or passion, person that is enclosed or confined in jail serving a court deprived of liberty. The prisoner of conscience who is due to their religious ideology.3b) What is abused? A: It means doing outrage to some, by words or blows mistreat him is not good to eat one, or host it wrong, or not to treat your taste. Causal physical or moral harm to a person, cause damage by words or deeds.4a) What does that honorable? R: honorable is the abundance of honor, honorary what gives. The facts are honorable and distinctions are honorable. The conduct and honorable actions are rewarded with honors. Good reputation of a person to conform to moral standards. Applies to the event or action that preserves a person's dignity, respect and good opinion of others.4b) What does stain? R: Lack or decreased dignity, esteem and respectability of a person. Which removes the decreases. It was a disgrace that will not accept the invitation. Stain the good name or reputation that a person, a group or a house. Decreased reputation or prestige; m / affair with the secretary was a stain on my career.4c) What do you mean immoral? R: Fornication is sin (Galatians 5:19). No act of sex before or outside of marriage is allowed. No matter if a couple lives together well for many years and has many children. No matter if you are away from your wife or your husband. Whether the two are madly in love. Whether you intend to marry later. Whether your family tell you that there is nothing wrong with that. Whether you are about to get married soon. Still not married. Even the sex between them is porne / a-fornication. How to avoid, then, fornication? Biblically there are only two ways: either completely abstain from sex, or get married. 1 Corinthians 7:2 says, "but to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband." It says, 'each man has his own "but" husband. "5a) What does customs? R: A social custom is a practice rooted. Generally a distinction between morality are those with social approval, and bad habits, which are relatively common, but do not have social approval, and sometimes laws have been enacted to try to modify behavior.5b) What does greed? R: Greed (also known as "greed") is the desire for more money, wealth, property or any other entity of which one needs. Against this sin is the generosity that is to come up with the proper taste of the poor and those in need. Greed is like fire, the more fuel it gets, the more it burns. People who have sinned by greed will be placed in boiling oil once they get to hell. The sin of greed messes with the demon Mammon.6a) What is confidence? A: Then shalt thou walk in thy way safely, and thy foot shall not stumble. Proverbs 3:23. That is, if you follow the path of wisdom and holiness will be saved. He who travels by daylight the highway is under the protection of the king. Every man has his way, namely their vocation, and if he walk in the fear of God, He shall protect against all evil. Perhaps we travel not luxuriously, but confident. Perhaps not run as youth, but as good people. Our greatest danger is found in ourselves: our feeble feet easily offended.7c) What does that behavior? R: Conduct is: Every human activity that is observable by another person. Course of action a person in relation to morality or social rules. Party or how men govern their lives or direct their actions. Way it expresses and behavior. The behavior is not just a mere set of interactions stimulus, response, but unites individual provision against certain stimuli that elicit a response by individual. "A person can react to stimuli differently than others." The behavior requires an external manifestation in the world or reality. The setting member and modifies the response person influences, likewise, in the environment in which it is located) by which it is surrounded. Behavior disorder: manifestation of inappropriate behavior to the reality of the person and the context in which it occurs.
APPLICATION *** ***1a) Do you want to follow Jesus Christ forming your character to remain in his purposes in this Church the pillar and ground of the truth?1b) Can you name some features and evidence of a brotherly love?2b) I can testify to your hospitality in this year that just passed?3a) Do you want to pray for you out of a prison that you feel?3b) Does any abuse which you want Jesus Christ liberte you?4a) Do you want to honor Jesus Christ for all that He has allowed you to get here?4b) Are you willing to forgive any abuse you have suffered?4c) Do you want the Lord to forgive you any kind of fornication against Him?5a) What kind of custom're trapped?5b) Do you think that supplementing household needs has become greed?6a) Would you like to pray for you to learn to walk confidently in Jesus?7c) Do you want the Holy Spirit to continue transforming your behavior?

"Christian privileges LEADING A Christian duties"Brotherly love (Ephesians 4:24-32)Lesson Purpose:The truth of Christ is evident in its beauty and power when Jesus appears. The corrupt nature is called man, as the human body has many parts that support and strengthen each other. Sinful desires are deceitful lusts; promise happiness to men but become more miserable, the lead to destruction, if not subject and mortify. Therefore should be removed as dirty old clothes, must be submitted and mortified. But not enough to remove their corrupt principles: we must have principles of grace. For the new man is meant the new nature, the new creature, directed by a new principle, regenerating grace, which enables man to bring new life joins righteousness and holiness. This is created or produced by the almighty power of God.
* NOTE *24a) What do we have to renew our minds and clothe you? R: the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness. 25a) How will we achieve this renewal? R: away lying, speak every man truth with his neighbor.25b) Why have you speak truth with his neighbor? R: for we are members one of another.26a) What is the counsel of God concerning our anger? A: Be angry and do not sin: do not let the sun go down on your anger.27a) What is the other side of the board not to sin? A: Neither give place to the devil.28a) What God says in his word to those who steal? A: Let him who stole steal no longer, but must work, doing with his hands what is good.28b) What will stop stealing and now do good with your hands? A: To have something to share with those in need.29a) What should not go out of our mouths? A: no corrupt.29b) What kind of words should leave? R: what is good for necessary edification.29c) What is the purpose of building words? R: to give grace to the hearers.30a) What God tells us in His Word if we are not carriers of the grace of Jesus Christ? R: And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God.30b) When we acquired the Holy Spirit? R: whereby ye are sealed unto the day of redemption.31a) What should we take away from us not grieve the Holy Spirit of God? R: all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander, along with all malice.32a) What should we do to develop brotherly love in us? A: ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as GodForgave you in Christ.
INTERPRETATION ** **24a) What does man of righteousness and holiness? A: First we see that holiness is not as men, but as it says God renewed in the spirit of your mind to say that it is not to act crazy, first tries to renew the spirit of our mind . But according to that we must renew the spirit of our mind? Is it as to what you think your brother? Or according to what God thinks "If we analyze what verse 24 says is consistent with what God thinks and says why put on the new man created in God's justice and holiness OF TRUTH What is truth? John 14:6 Jesus said I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. means that the new man who is created must be clothed in God's righteousness and holiness of the truth that is Jesus Christ.25a) What does neighbor? A: any person in relation to another as that is part of humanity.25b) Which means members from each other? A: Only in the body of believers can give the correct expression of our personal commitment to Jesus Christ. However, just when we most need the help of our brother, but we appreciate it. Let us try to work together and be accountable to each other happily. For as in one body we have many members, and not all members have the same function, so we, being many, are one body in Christ, and individually members of one another, Paul spoke of the physical body to explain how to support each other members of the body of Christ in Romans 12:4-5, the Holy Spirit clearly shows a balance between the individual's performance and its role in the brotherhood, otherwise, the "hand" could end up damaging the "pie". In Ephesians 4:1-16 we see a model for the church. In his grace, God has many blessings to believers: There is one body and one Spirit, one Lord, one faith, and one baptism (v, 4-6). We must cultivate humility, meekness, and patience in love (v-2-3). Everyone should cultivate the talents God has given (v-7). Christ has given many gifts to the church, but not to have competition, but for the perfection of all members of the body (v-11-12). Each of us is stability within the body of believers (v-14). The ability of the body of Christ is greater than the sum of all its members (V-16).26a) What is angry and do not sin? A: It is difficult, but not impossible: controlling anger, tolerate errors. Be angry, and sin not!, River of life and death. We are like a flowing river, we can give life or kill everything in our path. If we control the aggressiveness we have inside, tolerate, respect and honor to those around us, the river gives life to those around us, gives water for consumption, contributes to development, but rather if we allow anger explode within us, the river overflows and kills living beings around him, leaving traces in its path ... horror and sadness. We do not measure it with our mouth or sink can give life to our children, our parents, siblings, friends, colleagues. The deepest wounds are permeating into the mind and heart, the product of an offensive word, a wild scream of a bad scolding. We hide behind the stress, the pressure, in business, in the chores, as uncontrolled excuse that we have to explode before anyone commits any error, sometimes an excuse to put a disease.27a) What do you mean do not give the devil? A: He did not give the devil a means to not allow our anger is so great that give the devil in our lives and "we use" to do harm to ourselves or those around us. Pursue peace with all Anger uncontrolled behavior is contrary to the Word of God and its requirement to live in peace, harmony, love, and self-surrender. (Romans 12:18) "If possible as it depends on you, live peaceably with all men."28a) What does working with his hands what is good? A: When we meet Jesus us what we can say is that we have a fixed course, we already have a direction of where we should go and what we should take only the hand of God and walk towards that direction and we will never return to change that course, we will not return to take another doctrine. Paul says: not carried by any doctrine as children, but as we will be walking on that path we chose and that is the way of Jesus. Our values ​​and beliefs determine a way of looking at life, our attitude toward work and our motivations. We can not be oblivious to our surroundings, to those things that society is demanding and needs, and as Christians we have the sensitivity to see how we can turn our vocation to those areas where we can be helpful and serve society and our neighbor. A Christian must be faithful to his calling. This is the key and the record, honesty, excellence and generosity. As a Christian I am called to do my job excellently, to be a professional, responsible and committed sometimes I have to make decisions that are not pretty, or easy. My values ​​and principles as a Christian I aim to be fair, empathetic and compassionate. Behind eg a dismissal is justified though, there is one person, and I can not lose sight of my principles.29a) What do you mean unwholesome? A: I think if Christians put more attention to these words, the churches would avoid many problems. First, obscene and vulgar conversations (Eph. 5:3-4). Paul warns us in the text is that we should stay away from these sins in all its forms and manifestations Our sinful hearts are highly flammable, no fire can move around without suffering some sort of consequence. That's impossible. What is the antidote? Stay away, period. Here not worth years of faith, much Bible knowledge, the only safe tactic is run away, stay away, do not expose yourself, "these things even be named" Paul says. But Paul also mentions the "filthy" and this expression was used in those days to refer to a language embarrassing, obscene, indecent. Includes all kinds of thing that should shame a true child of God. Then Paul mentions the "nonsense", and that word covers all idle talk that leads nowhere. We translate literally "talking nonsense". The problem with talking nonsense is that often leads to indecent topics or comments in one form or another feed carnality or reputation of others undermine him. And finally Paul mentions the "jesting". This is a difficult word to translate properly. The King James Version translates it as "rude" and NIV him as "dirty jokes". It literally means "something that changes easily," versatility, refers to a person witty, vivacious, someone who can respond quickly and sharply. But when used in a negative tone, as is the case here, then refers to the kind of individual who can easily bring in the middle of any conversation, no matter how serious it may be, a vulgar joke or gained color. This type of person always has a funny story to tell, a comment to make, but usually related to indecent things. Hence the word came to mean "vulgar wit to tell jokes or rude."29b) What is good for necessary edification? A: If words come corrupted, then do not edify. For the Spirit of God which is in you, is off then the idea that you speak right words is so you can build your spiritual life speaking well, not working. If you speak you shall build. Note that in the mouth, the mouth is what is in your mind. From the abundance of the heart, that is, when he says he abundance of the heart the mouth speaks, not the blood pulsing but your mind which is the heart of God. Then, depending on what you have in your mind, your mouth will speak. And you speak words corrupted, or correct words. And if you speak well the Holy Spirit is active in you, and in one of those activated if you're sick can be healed. In a moment that enabled you get a better job, or a new friendship. But, your friends have to be people who talk like you.30a) What does not grieve the Holy Spirit? A: We are very familiar with the word grieve. You may not use it, but we know the consequences of being grieved, or either by ourselves or we've been grieved grieved someone. The truth is that we are very, very familiar with it. In my particular case I can give examples of that grieve.Sometimes something happens where my wife grieves me. Whether that said something I did not like or that did something he should not have done. The truth is that saddens me. Sometimes I just keep quiet and not say anything, but my actions make clear that I am grieved. I repeat, do not use the word, but express the results. Within minutes she realizes that something is wrong. I felt in my eyes, I felt in my speech, I felt the way I treat it. Not that the look or badmouth him, not that the question wrong, but she notices that something is not right. That's why the Bible tells us to correct these differences promptly, before the sun goes down and night comes (Eph.4: 26).30b) What does it mean for the day of redemption? A: We measure the purpose of Christ's death for its effect. Then we declare that the measure of the effect of the love of Christ, is the measure of His purpose. We can not deceive our reason, thinking that the intention of Almighty God may be frustrated, or that the purpose of something as grand as the atonement, can fail for something.Hold (not afraid to say what we believe) that Christ came into this world with the intention of saving "a great multitude that no one could count," and we believe that as a result, each person for whom He died, without any shadow of doubt, be cleansed of sin and be washed in His blood before the Father's throne.It will be my task to show the greatness of the redemption of Jesus Christ, and in doing so, I hope to be empowered by the Spirit of God, to present all of the great system of redemption, so that could be understood by all of us, but not everyone can accept.Christ Jesus "gave his life a ransom for many," and through this rescue, he achieved a great redemption for us.32a) What mean ye kind one to another? R: cultivate the virtues Dignas be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God forgave you in Christ. Sins of a bad temper should be removed and the gap must be filled by the cultivation of Christian attributes. The features we saw in vs.31 are natural attributes of man, but in vs.32 are called to possess supernatural attributes. Benigno - A concern for the welfare of others, and the desire to help others, even sacrificially. Romans 12:10 Love one another as brothers to each other, with preference and mutual respect. Merciful - A concern with compassion for others, be available to carry the burdens of others. Matthew 5:7 Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy. Forgiving - Be available to forgive injuries, not to hold a grudge, or the desire for revenge. The reason for which we must forgive each other is because God has forgiven us. Not matter how bad the offense be against us, do not compare with our offense against God. However, even the forgiveness offers. Why? For Christ died specifically for our forgiveness. Colossians 3:13 Bear with each other and forgive whoever has a complaint against another. Just as the Lord forgave you, so also you.
APPLICATION *** ***24a) Do you want to make this dress the new man after God is created in justice and holiness of truth especially for you and your needs?25a) Can you give me an example of your love for others?25b) How far are you willing to work together and be accountable to each other willingly and because you do it?26a) Do you have hurt someone and believing that there is unjust anger or resentment in your heart and you need Jesus Christ to be released (a)?27a) Do you want to ask Jesus Christ give you more self-control so you can control anger overstepped where we give place to the devil?28a) Do you want to confess to our Lord Jesus Christ that we will take your hand and walk him always in sound doctrine and that will never change that course and we will not take another doctrine?29a) Are you exposed to obscene and vulgar conversations?29b) What words you use to build your neighbor?30a) If you have questions or feel that the Holy Spirit is grieved at this time that Jesus Christ wants to listen to him apologize restituirte the Holy Spirit of God?
"THE REAL GOOD NEWS OF GOD'S LOVE"STUDY OF LOVE(John 3:14-21)PURPOSE: God is Love: How does God Define Love?The Bible tells us that "God is love" (1 John 4:8). But how can we even begin to understand that truth? There are many passages in the Bible that give us God's definition of love. The best known verse is John 3:16: "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." So one way God defines love is in the ceremony. However, what God gave (or should we say, "who" God gave) ere not simply a gift wrapped; God sacrificed his only son so that we who put our faith in His Son, will not spend eternity separated from it. This is an amazing love, because we are who we choose to be separated from God by our sin, and yet it's God who mends the separation through if intense personal sacrifice, and all we have to do is accept His gift. Another great verse about God's love is found in Romans 5:8: "But God demonstrates His own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us." In this verse and in John 3:16, we find condiciór some of which depend on the love of God for us. God says: "As soon eats clean up your act, you will love" nor does it say: "sacrifice my Son if you promise to love me." In fact, in Romans 5:8, we find just the opposite. God wants us to know that your love is unconditional, so He sent His Son, Jesus Christ, and to die for us while we were yet sinners. We had to get clean, did not have to make any promises to God before we could experience His love. His love for us has always existed and therefore he gave everything and sacrificing long before we were aware that we needed His love.
Lesson Purpose:Jesus Christ came to save forgiving, lest we had died by the sentence of the law. Here is the gospel, the true, the good news. Here the love of God in giving His Son for the world. God so loved the world, so really, so richly. Behold and wonder, that the great God loves a world so unworthy! -Here, also, is the great duty of the gospel: faith in Jesus Christ. When they had given God to be our Prophet, Priest and King, we must give to be ruled and taught, and saved by Him This is the great gospel benefit, that whoever believes in Christ will not perish but have eternal life. God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself, and thus saved him. It could not be saved except through Him is there salvation in any other. From all this is shown the happiness of true believer: he who believes in Christ is not condemned. Although there has been a great sinner, not treated as they deserve their sins.

* NOTE *14a) What did Moses do? R: lifted up the serpent in the wilderness.14b) was also necessary? R: that the Son of Man be lifted.15a) What was necessary to lift it? R: that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.16a) What that tells us the word of God how he loves us? R: For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.17a) Why God sent his son into the world? R: For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world might be saved through him.18th) s What someone believes in Jesus? R: not condemned.18b) What if someone does not believe in Jesus? R: condemned already.18c) Why was convicted? A: because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.19a) What is this condemnation? R: Light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.20a) Why all this condemnation? A: For every one that doeth evil hateth the light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds should be reproved.21a) What is it that makes a believer in Jesus? A: does the truth comes to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest that they are wrought in God.
INTERPRETATION ** **14a) What does that lifted up the serpent in the wilderness? A: God sent poisonous snakes as judgment because people complained again of God and Moses. "And the LORD sent fiery serpents among the people, and they bit the people, and much people of Israel died" (Numbers 21:6). "The wages of sin is death." This is even true. "The soul who sins surely die. "This really never ends, is a law of life. The people seeing the seriousness of his sin urged Moses to intercede on their behalf (v. 7)" Therefore the people came to Moses and said, We have sinned by have spoken against the LORD,) against you, pray to the Lord to take away the serpents from us. And Moses prayed for the people. "They confessed to God his bad attitude and behavior. Moses prayed to the Lord to take away the serpents from them.God then instructed Moses and said, "Make a fiery serpent, and set over joins pole, and everyone who is bitten, when he looketh upon it, shall live" (v. 8). "And Moses made a bronze serpent, and set it on a pole, and if a serpent had bitten anyone, he beheld the serpent of brass, he lived" v.9The force of this passage is a miraculous healing but a bronze serpent as a symbol of God's salvation offered to anyone who wants to see Him and live. Jesus borrowed the object lesson of history. He said, and will snake Moses lifted up in the wilderness, so he must be lifted so well and who believes in him may have eternal life.15a) What does not perish, but have everlasting life? A: If we count these aspects of salvation, we can understand that God's grace is for all) that his supreme interest is the redemption of mankind rather than its destruction. Jesus himself says: "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world, but that e world might be saved through him "(John 3:16-17). What you've done is often keep only the first part of this great truth and ignored and closed their ears to this second part. Therefore, predestination is not applicable to salvation. Fortunately for her grace and mercy of God there is time to change course and get free and eternal salvation. But, yes, there is a way to go from that experience living our life and this is the way of perfection or sanctification. On the other hand, there is another issue, also discussed, which is the salvation of the wicked (evil, sinful, wicked, transgressor, violator). He is sentenced to life, all is not lost, have the opportunity to obtain the grace of God. One example, of many that exist in the Bible is the thief at the cross of Jesus. This was a wicked, but was saved in the act and earned eternal life. Well said Ezequiel from God, the wicked for their sins will die, but if you "turn from his sin, and do that which is lawful and right, if the wicked restore the pledge, give again that he had robbed, and walk in the statutes of life, without committing iniquity, he shall surely live and not die. reminds No none of his sins he had committed, made according to law and justice, he shall surely live. " That is only by the grace the sinner obtains pardon and blessing. Here grace is gained by faith and grace. It is another aspect of salvation! What was lost is recovered, restored. Here there is no point to apply the concept of predestination. The wicked for being bad and is doomed, no salvation. There is an opportunity God gives through His redeeming grace, salvation and the fullness of life. Here the Prophet is clear: God is just and his designs are perfect. Salvation is gained and lost as well. No more roads in faith.17a) What does it mean that God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world? A: In God's time, the kairos, the promised Messiah, Jesus Christ came into the world to fulfill the promises that God has made his people. The context of his coming is not good, as there is domination by empires shift, injustices of the rulers, religion is used to further exploit the people. The picture is rather bleak and the people suffer the consequences. No hope of something good. It is in this reality is when it appears Jesus, the Messiah, bringing good tidings of great joy, to fulfill the prophecy: "The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor; He has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord "(Luke 4:18-19). It is upon this great love of God for his creation who sends his Son that through him we are saved and live a full life: "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world might be saved through him "(John 3:16-17) . This is the main reason why Jesus Christ came into the world. It is the plan of salvation for all mankind. This salvation is expressed in the redemption of every human being, even to the creation itself, the release of all slavery and social and spiritual bondage. God through Jesus Christ wants us to be restored and live with joy of salvation and eternal life, but now. The only condition to this promise and enjoy its benefits is to believe in Jesus Christ and obey. Hence the Church is called to proclaim this gospel redeemer in all times and places. You can not waver in his holy task. May the Lord find us working all his sons and daughters in this holy purpose.18c) What is doomed? R: punished, punished, blamed, punished, damn, devil, devilish.19a) What do you mean that light is come into the world? R: Repent, too late to go and receive the light shining in your being radiating God's love towards those around you. Seek first the kingdom of God and the rest will supplement or addition. You have to remove the blindness and deafness to hear the Good Shepherd who will lead us to his magical world eternal, beside her, honor and praise singing. Love yourself, please, love your neighbor as yourself and see the signals carrying the gospel to every creature. Nobody can say they did not hear the announcement of the promised Messiah and the signs of His coming will be to judge the living and the dead and we can not hide from God. The sad reality of life is that when we see the shining light of divine love, we so blind that we do not perceive or see. He came unto his own did not receive him, indeed, ran and chased Jesus of Nazareth. The people which sat in darkness saw great light on those living in the shadow of death light has dawned. Jesus centuries before the beginning of his ministry said: Repent for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.20a) What does that hate the light, neither cometh to the light? A: The Scripture often speaks of Christ as the light. In John 1:49, we read: "In him was life, and the life was the light of men. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it. There was a man sent from God, who is name was John. came for a witness, to bear witness to the light, so that all might believe through him. He was not the light, but came to bear witness to the light. was the true light that enlightens every man coming into this world. " And in John 3:19,21, it says: "And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. Everyone who does evil hateth the light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds should be reproved. But he that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest that they are wrought in God. " And again: "I, am come a light into the world, that whosoever believeth on me should not abide in darkness" (John 12:46). Several elements our attention on those passages. First, clearly teach that the world is in darkness, whatever meaning you might have the word figurative. Second, insist that Christ is the only light that darkness could dispel the world. Third, men represent themselves love darkness rather than light, so it will not come to Christ as the light. Fourth, this very fact, that the light has come into the world, and men love darkness rather than the light, is his condemnation, being exposed and tried for lovers of light and darkness. Fifth, we are taught that only the doers of the truth come to light.21a) What do you mean by the truth? A: Indeed, and the practical man of science and letters, tennis or golf, should, out of respect for all his hobbies, practice the truth, which is the most authentic and original.But the circumstance which gives us, in fact, its very structure, we are following becomes clear what we want from it, and if we do not live in the illusion outstanding concerns and, if we do not "dare to be" do not let the truth we inhabit and who fail to see ourselves as we truly be. The more we practice the truth, it is in our lives more. The more you pretend the truth, it becomes clearer and we discover, more than expected, its foundations, its surprising consequences and initially uncertain about transcend the realm of the circumstance that we come to understand. For man clung truth awaits and expects throbbing express their foundations, must practice, yet she must live in the more detailed tasks to be manifested in the greatest.
APPLICATION *** ***14th) As had the experience of having to look up to be healthy?15a) At this moment you would like to renew your covenant with Jesus for eternal life apologizing?17a) What is the evidence that this is God's time, the kairos?18c) Do you feel in some way condemned, Punished, ashamed, guilty, punished, damn, devil, demon to pray and be free of this prison?19a) Do you want something to regret that the light of Jesus Christ will shine?20a) Do you want to pray to intercede for you or someone who is in darkness participating in worldly things?21a) What will cost more in practice the truth, to which Jesus Christ to help you do so live in your light?

"More than conquerors"STUDY OF LOVE(Romans 8:28-35)PURPOSE OF THE LESSON: When the saints act out of character, will be corrected to return them to where they should be. Here is the order of the causes of our salvation, a gold chain that can not be broken.1. "For whom He foreknew, He also predestined to be done: conformed to the image of His Son." All that God conceived as the purpose of the glory and happiness, is ordained as the way of grace and holiness. The whole human race deserved destruction, but for reasons known to us imperfectly, Dio: determined to recover some by regeneration and the power of his grace. He predestinated, or decreed before they were conformed to the image of His Son. In this life they are renewed in part and walk in his footsteps.2. "And those he predestined, he also called." It is an effectual call, from me and from the earth to God and Christ and heaven, as our end, from sin and vanity to grace and holiness as our way. This is the call of the gospel. The love of God reigning in the hearts of those who once were his enemies, proof that they were called according to his purpose.3. "And those he called, he also justified." No one is well justified, but the call effectively. Those who resist the gospel, remain subject to guilt and anger.4. "And those he justified, he also glorified." Being broken the power of corruption in effectual calling, and the guilt of sin removed in justification, nothing can come between that soul and glory. This encourages our faith and hope, because I ate God, his way, his work is perfect.The apostle speaks as one amazed and rapt admiration, marveling at the height and depth, and the length and width of the love of Christ which surpasses knowledge.
* NOTE *28a) What do we know that we love God? R: all things work together for good.28b) How is it that all things work together for good to us? R: that is, who according to His purpose are called.29a) What about those God foreknew? A: He also predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son.29b) For God made us in the image of his son? R: that he might be the firstborn among many brethren.30a) What happens to all that the Lord ordained brothers? R: he also called: and whom he called, them he also justified: and whom he justified, he also glorified.31a) What can we say if God predestined us and chose us? R: If God be for us, who can be against us?32a) What is the affirmation of God, who gives us a solid trust and faith in him? A: He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall we not also with him all things?33a) What is the peace and confidence of being inside their purposes? R: Who will bring a charge against God's elect? It is God who justifies.34a) How strong is our foundation when Jesus Christ is the rock where cimentamos our Christian life? A: Who is he that condemns? It is Christ thatdied, yea rather, that is risen again, who is even at the right hand of God, whoalso interceding for us.35a) What questions can you ask to be founded on this rock that is Jesus? R: Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?INTERPRETATION ** **28a) What do you mean that all things work together for good? A: Many times we have asked: "If God is good because it allows this situation in my life?" ... But eventually we realized that God had a purpose and a plan in that situation. We must not forget that God's will is good, pleasing and perfect but we are going through a difficult situation.Joseph was sold by his brothers, was a slave in Egypt, he was falsely accused, imprisoned, was forgotten ... Sir, can bring good out of all this? God Forgotten Me: "You intended to harm me, but God meant it for good to bring about this present result, to preserve the lives of many people." Genesis 50:20 God had everything under control, God had good plans for Joseph and his family, Joseph initially think that nothing good could come out of their situation, but ultimately, Joseph understood that God had a good plan, God walked particularly well.28b) Which means that according to his purpose are called? R: Why Paul adds this sentence: "according to his purpose"? I think it was to be completely clear and convincing that the call of God comes from God's purpose, not ours. The call of God is not a response to anything we set out to do. God has his own high and holy purposes that govern whom he calls, and call not agree with these purposes, not ours. He did not come to my door, picked me up and brought me to the banquet of Romans 8:28 because that was consistent with my purpose of salvation, but because it was according to His purpose. If I had waited until I had a purpose of salvation would still be sitting at home watching television.29a) What does that conformed to the image of His Son? A: When a person is born again into the family of God, the Father has a goal in mind: to their spiritual development will lead to a life according to the image of His Son. God's goal is not to live a life dedicated to self-interest, but a life that reflects the character of their Lord and Savior. Want spiritual growth there to "walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing, being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God" Colossians 1:10.In the beginning "God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness" Genesis 1:26. From the beginning, our Creator had plans for his creatures. We were privileged to be created in his image. Did that answer as being human dignity of the image. We did as beings capable spiritual, moral, social, and intellectual. The psalmist recognized that: "... You formed my reins: thou hast covered me in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully, wonderfully made, I marvel, And my soul knows very well" Psalm 139:13 -14. I think we can all identify with the psalmist and say to him: "How precious to me, O God, your thoughts! How great is the sum of them!" v.1729b) What does firstborn among many brothers? R: the firstborn from the dead. - (Colossians 1:18) "He is the head of the body, which is the church. He is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead, so that in everything the first." This part of our text continues to show us the divinity of Jesus Christ, who is the first to have risen from the dead. While it is true that Jesus Christ raised Lazarus including several deaths, but they all lived and died a while back. But our Lord died and rose FOREVER ONCE, and that's all firsts for what we have put our hope in the Lord Jesus, because as Jesus Christ risen from the dead, so the same will resurrect all who have put their trust in Him that He is the first.(1 Corinthians 15:20-23) "The truth is that Christ has been raised from ^ the dead, the firstfruits of those who murieron.21 In fact, since death came through a man, also through A man comes the resurrection of the muertos.22 For as in Adam all die, so in Christ all will be made alive, 23 but each in his own order: Christ the firstfruits, afterward, when he comes, those who belong. "30a) What do you say to those called? A: First, God knows beforehand. From before the foundation of the world, he noticed us and gave us his favor, chose us: "You only have I known of all the families of the earth." He did not wait to see how it would be. We chose to become what he liked. Before we had done right or wrong, voters had their eye on us and we had set aside for himself.Therefore, God's commitment to make all things together for my eternal glory is not a weak and uncertain echo of my love for him. On the contrary, my love for him is an extension of your unfailing love for me selector. I know he will complete his great salvation because I chose unconditionally.Second, who foreknew he also predestined. Having chosen for himself, intended for us the most glorious of all destinations (be conformed to the image of His Son so that the Son may be preeminent in his reflected glory itself mirrors million).31a) What does If God be for us, who can be against us? R: (Deuteronomy 31:8) The Lord goes before you, he is with you, not leave you, nor forsake thee: fear not, neither be dismayed.(Psalms 27:3) Though an army besiege me, my heart shall not fear: though war should rise against me, I will be confident.(Psalm 46:1,2) God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore will not we fear, though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the heart of the sea.(Psalms 56:4) In God I will praise his word, in God I trust, not fear, what can man do to me?(Proverbs 3:25,26) Be not afraid of sudden fear, neither of the desolation of the wicked when it comes, for the Lord shall be thy confidence, and shall keep thy foot from being taken.(Isaiah 26:3) Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace him whose mind is steadfast, because he trusts in You.(Hebrews 13:5) Let your conduct be without covetousness, and be content with what you have, because God has said, never leave thee, nor forsake thee.(James 5:16) Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The prayer of a righteous man avails much.(I Peter 3:11-13) turn from evil, and do good, seek peace and pursue it. For the eyes of the Lord are on the righteous, and his ears are open unto their prayers: but the face of the Lord is against those who do evil. And who is he that will harm you, if ye be followers right?(I John 4:16-18) And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us. God is love, and whoever abides in love abides in God, and God in him. In this is love perfected with us, that we may have boldness in the day of judgment: because as he is, so are we in this world. In love there is no fear, but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.(I Timothy 2:1-4) Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, for all men, for kings and all who are er authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet in all godliness and honesty. This is good and pleases God our Savior, who desires all men to be saved and come to knowledge of the truth.32a) What does that spared not his own Son? A: There is no other person who is in such high relationship with God the Father.God the Father did not spare his own Son, the suffering inflicted. He did not withhold or decreased a little suffering, but the full punishment inflicted judgment upon His beloved and only begotten Son.God did not stop the suffering of the death of his son as a substitute of the sinner. He kept his own prophetic word in Isaiah 53.For God "spared not," He thus "gave him up for us all." Christ became sin for us (2 Cor. 5:21), and he became a curse for us (Galatians 3:13). The Father gave the Saviour to the condemnation and abandonment required by law."The wages of sin is death" (Rom. 8:23). Nothing is spared the punishment inflicted on Christ. The wrath of God was upon Him God gave Christ for all of us. Who betrayed Jesus to the judgment of God? It was the Father (Acts 2:23-24). They were "the hosts of darkness", Judas or Pilate or the Jewish leaders, but his own father. Father gave him "the condemnation of enforcement sanctions implacable justice."33a) What does who accuse God's elect? A: "Those who accuse the elect of God" (Romans 8:33), "no condemnation to them which are in Christ" (Romans 8:1), "We have the Holy Spirit in us" (1 Corinthians 6:19 ), "have the mind of Christ" (1 Corinthians 2:16) It's a tremendous ignorance and folly to lose salvation, but a lot of believers think that is lost. The law says that if you make a single carnal act all the law is violated, the law's curse Galatians 3:10, we all make daily carnal acts is that there are so deceitful desires Ephesians 4:22, the gospel teaches us, now understand the wisdom of God no commandments, "All we are lawful, but not all things" (1 Corinthians 6:12), the instructions of the spirit in this covenant of grace, which is the wisdom of God, is that when you something bad is contrite spirit, and correct, not correct because someone condemn, is the spirit that teaches us, is the life of the spirit that drives our walk.34a) What does it mean that Jesus is seated at the right hand of the Father interceding for us? R: Intercession is when another plea for us to deliver us from danger and bring us some good. This is taken from the Levitical priesthood where the high priest into submission by the sins of the people in the most holy place, and before presenting an offering for himself and for the people. This was done with the sacrifice of a calf for him, and a goat for the people's sins, but not before burning and calf and spread incense behind the veil, with the goat made atonement for the people, then went to Mercy and sprinkled with the blood (Lc.16 :11,14-17). All this was a type of what in the fullness of time would Christ for His elect: "It was therefore necessary that the patterns of things in the heavens should be purified with these, but the heavenly things themselves with better sacrifices than these. Because no Christ entered the holy places made with hands, the true, but into heaven itself, now to appear for us before God. " (Hebr.9 :23-24).35a) What is anxiety? R: Anxiety is one of the strongest oppressing humanity, a sense of the soul is able to attack his victim no matter whether king or beggar. Anxiety is an emotion that can be locked, BUT NOT OFF. The natural man can not avoid it or escape it. Indeed, there were and there are people with a strong character, his determination, take a firm stand in front of trouble but, even so, these people do not achieve a final victory over such emotion. We can try to ignore the anguish, but not achieve escape the painful situations. What does the Bible say about anxiety? She says, for example, that the anguish and suffering can become visible. Genesis 42:21 tells us an example of that, when Joseph's brothers came to Egypt to stock up on cereals and were suddenly in the palace of Joseph. Not knowing what to do, they said to one another: "We are verily guilty concerning our brother, in that we saw the anguish of his soul, when he besought us, and did not hear ..." The anguish-the Bible says not only paralyzes the tongue, but also makes her speak. In Job 7:11, we hear Job, "therefore not restrain my mouth; speak in the anguish of my spirit, I will complain in the bitterness of my soul." But anxiety also makes even the wicked - self-righteous-feel disturbed. Bildad describes the wicked, in Job 18:11, as follows: "From everywhere will amaze fears, and he will flee baffled". Scripture also teaches that anxiety is stronger than abundance. Zophar we describe this in Job 20:22: "At the height of his sufficiency he straits hand all the wicked will come upon him." Anxiety also generates darkness. When Isaiah had to warn of judgment on Israel, spoke about the consequences of such judgment: "And they shall roar against them in that day like the roaring of the sea, if one look unto the land, behold darkness of tribulation (distress), and its skies will darken the light "(so says Isaiah 5:30). And in Isaiah 8:22, the prophet proclaims about apostate people: "They shall look upon the earth, and behold trouble and darkness, dimness of anguish, and shall be driven to darkness."The examples we saw earlier in terms of anxiety are negative, but there are also positive. In Psalm 119:143, King David teaches us that God's word is always stronger and more powerful than the anguish: "Trouble and anguish have overtaken me, but your commandments are my delights." The distress is present, but the joy in the word of God is greater. Another translation reads: "I was surrounded by suffering and despair, but your commandments are my delight." The power of God is also always stronger than anxiety, and this is seen in Psalm 138:7: "Though I walk in the midst of trouble, thou wilt revive me against the wrath of mine enemies stretch out your hand, and I Your right hand will save. " In Isaiah 9:2, we find the promise: "The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light: they that dwell in the land of the shadow of death, light has dawned."
APPLICATION *** ***28a) Are you going through some circumstance as "Joseph" would think that nothing good could come out of their situation, to intercede with Jesus Christ that the Holy Spirit of God give you strength? Because not forget that God's will is good, pleasing and perfect but we are going through a difficult situation.28b) What do you call the Lord has done and what is the purpose?29a) What evidence can you give your new character because that is the desire of our Heavenly Father according to his word (Colossians 1:10) "worthy of the Lord, agraciándole in every way: bearing fruit in every good work, and increasing in the knowledge of God. "29b) Can you give me an example of you joining your ministry in this body, in the sound doctrine of Jesus according to his word in: (Colossians 1:18) "He is the head of the body, which is the church. He is the beginning, the firstborn from laresurrección, for first place in everything. "?30a) What is the difference you feel being called by God to be called by men?31a) Do you want to say a word of thanks in harmony with his word (I John 4:16-18) "And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us. God is love, and whoever remains in love lives in God, and God in him. Herein is love perfected with us, that we may have boldness in the day of judgment: because as he is, so are we in this world. In love there is no fear, but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. He that fears is not made perfect in love. "32a) Why do you want to pray Lord Father gave him "the condemnation of enforcement sanctions implacable justice" our king savior and redeemer Jesus Christ our Lord?33a) Do you want to give all authority and legal right in your life the Holy Spirit? Lest you give instructions to stop the Spirit in this covenant of grace, which is the wisdom of God, and correct and not correct because we condemn someone, if not the spirit that educates us, whether in our lives forever the Holy Spirit who directs our path.34a) Do you have a case for your quintessential lawyer who sits at the right hand of God the Father?35a) Would you pray that Lord Jesus Christ with Lord we ask God to give you a strong character so that, thanks to your determination, take a firm stand in front of distress?
BOOK Lerma by writer:Victor R. Pr Preciado Balderrama
         
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