miércoles, 14 de noviembre de 2012

The Doctrine of Christ

The Doctrine of ChristThe first of the doctrines "milk" every Christian should know, as the base enabling it to perfection, is the doctrine of Christ (Heb. 6:1-3), is a dogma, it is a truth that can not being contradicted, that the apostle Paul calls the mystery of godliness (I Tim. 3:16).
In the New Testament there are listed twelve mysteries, but as revealed by Christ ceases to be for us. The hidden things are now reported to the Church, or released (Eph. 3:9-11): This means that the Church must know your God, to declare to the principalities and powers. So, to know Him, we become perfect in the knowledge of Him Paul's prayer is that the Church has access to spiritual knowledge of God and what He has for us.
In Greek, means secret mystery, something banned to reason, that can not be penetrated by the mind. Now the mystery of godliness was hidden from ages and ages and he wanted to see the prophets of the Old Testament, but to them it was given as God does today to his holy apostles and prophets in the Spirit (Eph . 3:3-5 and 8-9, 1:9, 5:32, 6:19, Col. 1 :26-27, Rev. 10:7, I Corinthians 4:1, Mr. 4:11, Ro. 16:25, Gal. 1:12).The apostle Paul states that this mystery is the mystery of Christ (Col. 4:3 and 2:2, Eph. 3:4).Eysebeías The Greek word, means veneration, filial respect, mercy, compassion, love. In other derivations of this root we find the meanings of pious, devoted, irreproachable.
Herein is the mystery of godliness: God is a secret that has been revealed to mankind. This secret is the love of God for man. "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" (John 3: 16). The mystery of godliness is God showing his love for us in Christ, to bear the whole burden of our sin upon himself and in return give us his righteousness to be righteous before God by Him: "And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself for us an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweet savor "(Eph. 5:2, 2 Cor 2:15).Piety is still a mystery to those who are perishing (I Cor 2:5-8; 1:18, 2 Thes. 2:10). But for those who are being saved it is the power of God.
Enumerate the seven different aspects that make up the mystery of godliness: 1 Timothy 3:16.1. - His divinity, He is God2. - His humanity, He was manifest in the flesh.3. - His earthly ministry. It was justified by the Spirit, because he supported in every work he did in the will of his Father.4. - "Seen of angels", speaks of four areas in which the angels intervened as witnesses:a). In his birth.b). In his atoning death on Calvary, and fulfilling the prophecies of the Old Testament figures.c). The revelation of his name and his nature.d). His resurrection and exaltation5. - Has been preached to the Gentiles. - It shows the nine principles of the Great Commission, to raise up the Church.6. - It was believed in the World. - It reveals the importance of discipleship.7. - Gloria has been received. - We talk about two key aspects:a). His ministry today.b). What remains to be accomplished: His second coming.Let's look in more detail each of these aspects, to know the doctrine of the Christian life axis: The Doctrine of Christ:
I. The divinity of Christ1. - The Mystery of Godliness begins to be revealed when we understand that Christ is God, understand his divinity is essential to stop being a mystery.Who is Christ? (Jn 14:6), Christ presented himself as the great I AM. In John's gospel declares seven times as well, revealing that he is God (John 1:18).
Christ is speaking of Himself who He is I AM is the way God identified himself to Moses by name Jehovah (word Castilianized by Cassiodorus Queen), or Yahweh (as is more typical for being a masculine term) and means I'm. Thus, Christ is identified as the eternal I AM.Christ is the image of the invisible God (John 1:17-18, Col. 1:15). Christ is the only begotten Son of God.
He has made known to God. He said. He is God in a way that we will know.God wants us to exercise faith in Christ, according to His will. In Athens, Paul preached about the "unknown God" (Acts 17:23), because no one has ever seen God. No flesh can see God and live (I Timothy 6:16, Exodus 33:20).The only way to see God is through the person of Jesus Christ (John 1:18, Hebrews 1:3), only Christ can reveal the heavenly Father (John 6:46, 12:45 and 14:9).God was manifest in the flesh. Christ is God (Rom. 9:5): He has two natures: His Humanity and Divinity. Father begat the virgin a being divine and human. Son of God whom God is father and is equal with God: "Ye are gods, and all sons of the Most High" (Isaiah 7:14), Mt 1:23). Christ is true God, in essence: He is God with us. His name Emmanuel means his Deity, because Christ is God. Christ, the Son of God, God manifests himself to us because God nobody has ever seen, the only begotten Son of the Father has revealed him (Gal. 4:4, Jn. 1:18, Deut 4 :10-12 and 33-36, Mt 11:27, Lk. 10:22, Jn. 5:37, 6:46, I Jn. 4:12-20, I Tim. 6:16).
Divine Attributes in Christa) By its very nature, He is God (Col. 1:15-17, Jn. 1:3, I Corinthians 8:6, Rev. 3:14 c). He is the eternal Creator and sustainer of all things (Gn.1: 26, Heb. 1:3). He is the Creator. Christ is coequal with God because, in itself, is God is One Christ Plural and participated in the creation (Col. 1:16), God is the only Creator. Create and nurture are not the same thing. In Hebrew there is a word "create", which is only used to describe God at work. The man can invent, design, or do something, but only from the created. To create is to make something out of nothing. Only God is Creator. Satan can manifest in the created, but can not create, the Satan is a created being and can not create.
b) His eternity. Christ is before all things. He is Alpha and Omega, the beginning and end of all things (John 1 :1-2; Col. 1:17, Proverbs 8:22-23, Isaiah 41:4, 43:10 and 13, 44:5 - 8, 48:12, Rev. 1:8, 11, 17, 2:8, 3:14, 21:6, 22:13).c) He is the sustainer of all things and He keeps them in operation (John 1:3, Heb. 1:2).Heavenly Father as God treated Christ. - (Heb. 1:8), Christ will sit on the throne of David.Moreover, in Revelation 3:21 Christ states have sat on the throne of His Father.Christ called Himself God (John 5:18, 10:33 and 30, 17:11 and 22). "I and the Father are one." John, the theologian, speaks often manifests Unit between Christ and the Father.The Holy Spirit spoke of Jesus Christ as God. - (Mark 12:36-37) "The Lord" is the title of God.In the Old Testament, in Hebrew, is Lord 'Adonai', talking about God, the Father, His Son.No one can call Christ Lord except by the Holy Spirit (I Corinthians 12:3). The word 'Adonai' passes to the New Testament as 'kurios' with the pronunciation 'kyrios'.The Bible calls God. - (Rom. 9:5, Heb. 13:8; Tit. 2:13, Col. 2:9, Phil. 2:6, I Jn. 5:20). Christ is the God of the ages. He never ceased to be God. Christ can not ever lose your Divine nature.Christ is worshiped because He is God. - (Heb. 1:6, Lk. 2:11, 13-16; Rev. 5:12-14). In some cases, we find the expression "the Lord" in relation to God the Father, the Lord (Acts 4:26; Psalm 2). But "Messiah" in Hebrew is "Messiah" and in Greek is 'Christ'. (Acts 2:36) "Son of God" is referring to his divinity.He is the Firstborn of all creation, that is, in whom everything originates gene, says no creation, but all of it (Col.1 :15-16, Rev. 3:14, Psalm 89:26 - 27).2. - The Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and end of everything, that is, in Him and He begins fulfilled (Rev. 1:8, 21:6).3.-He is the only Son from the Father. The one gene (all are bigénitos) (John 1:14 and vs. 1-3).4. - I, am the LORD the first, myself with the last (Isaiah 41:4, 48:12, Rev. 1:17, 22:13, 1 Jn. 2:13).5. - The only hath immortality (I Tim. 6:15-16, Heb. 1:8-12).6. - The timeless wisdom of God is he (Proverbs 8:22-30, Isaiah 43:13).7. - The church of the firstborn (Rom. 8:29).8. - His Name is Mighty God, Everlasting Father (Isa. 9:6-7).{{Exercise: What people in the Bible speak of Christ as God? Answer Nathanael John 1:49, Luke 2:26-38 Simeon and Anna, Matthew 16:16 Simon Peter Elizabeth Luke 1:43, Acts 2:36 Peter Thomas Didymus John 20:28-29, Acts 9:27 Saul of Tarsus Marta John 11:27, Matthew 14:33 The disciples (the ship's company), Luke 1:76 Zechariah.}}
In the Bible, from Genesis to Malachi speaks of the Messiah His family, place and time of its manifestation
A) In Genesis 3:15 is the first time that we speak of the Messiah. It is the promise given to parents about the Anointed of God. This passage speaks of Calvary, and how they would be hurt. Adam and Eve were given the promise to parents, this was about four thousand years before the advent of Christ. In the passage we see the first conflict with the old serpent (dragon, devil, Satan), but we also see the promise of the redeemer.
B) Prophecy of Noah Genesis 9:26 (about 2,300 BC). Noah was the only one saved from the flood, with seven souls (Genesis 9:18-26). Genesis 5 shows the generations of Adam and Eve, which were destroyed by the flood, except Noah and seven souls. From there, there arose a new line in Sem.C) Genesis 12:1-3 Abraham (1,900 BC) Again we see the promise of the Messiah: All families will be blessed in Christ. Genesis 11:10-26, I Chronicles 24-27; 2:1-2 Abraham descended from Shem.Here it is worth reiterating the pre-existence of the Lord (John 8:48-58, 17:5 and 24c). He is the eternal "I Am" of the Old Testament to show His Divinity. But God chose Abraham so that he continue his holy seed.
D) Genesis 21:12 and 26:3-4, Isaac and Jacob (1850 BC), however, not to be Abraham's seed are all children (Rom. 9:7), because Abraham had several children, born to Sara, Agar and he fathered with Keturah. Of all the children of Abraham, Isaac was chosen to continue the promise, which happened to Jacob (Genesis 28:13-14; Nm. 24:17, Isaiah 60:3, Matthew 1:1-2; Rev. 22:16). Isaac had two sons, Esau and Jacob. They fought in the womb by birthright. Jacob was not the firstborn, but bought the birthright. Jacob begat the twelve patriarchs (Hch.7 :1-8).
E) Genesis 49:10 Judah (1,800 BC) Jacob were born twelve children in whom the Messianic line continue? The prophecy speaks of a king: The Messiah is King and Lord redeemed us. Judah was elected to the Messianic line as King (Heb. 7:12-14), which does not speak of the priesthood.But we see the Messiah, as well as High Priest. Genesis 35:22, 49:3-4 Reuben was Jacob's firstborn, but lost his birthright because of amancillar the bed of his father (Gn.34 :1-7 and 13-14). Simeon and Levi lost their birthright for making death, to his revenge for the dishonor of Dinah. "The wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God" (Genesis 49:8-12) Jacob speaks of the Messiah as King and Lord.The birthright cover three aspects:a) double portion of inheritance, against other brothers Joseph received the double portion in their sons, Ephraim and Manasseh (Gen. 48:15-20, Deuteronomy 21:15-17, I Chr 5:1-2) . They were erected in heads of tribes, and without them there would be completed fundamentals.b) The priestly function, the eldest son inherited the family's patriarchal priesthood. In the children of Jacob, the patriarchal priesthood was given to Levi. The dignity of the priesthood was given to Levi, for your faithfulness at Mount Sinai (Éx.13 :14-15, 32:26-27; Nm. 3:12).c) The Government, he went to Judah (Praise) (Gen. 29:35, 49:9) {A marginal notation that deserves mention is that each tribe had its own emblem. Jacob described each emblem, to bless his children: "Judah is a lion cub." Christ is the Lion of the Tribe of Judah (Num. 23:23-24; Gen. 49:9, Rev. 5:5)}
F) Deuteronomy 18:15, Moses (1500 BC) referred to the Prophet that God would raise.Specifically, it refers to a prophet or group of prophets, nor a prophet within a group of prophets, Moses refers to "The Prophet". Thus, Christ is presented by Moses as "The Prophet of God."Within the tribe of Judah is portrayed as the king and a priest, according to the Hebrews. But Moses (the Liberator of Israel) who speaks of the Messiah as the Prophet of God (Acts 2:20-26, 7:37). The Candlestick speaks Divine Priesthood, filled with the Holy Spirit (Exodus 25:31) and the Levitical Priesthood points to Jesus as the High Priest (Leviticus 1:8, 16, John 5:46-47).In Genesis 3:15 shows the conflict between the seed of the woman (Christ) and the serpent (Satan), it will hurt his heel (crucifixion) and Christ will crush the head (authority). Christ was exalted as a great king, and is also presented as the Great Prophet (Heb. 1:1-3a).G) Numbers 24:17 Balaam limited its future King messianic prophecy that God would lift Israel before Israel was a nation. This prophecy was shortly before the people entered Canaan. Balaam saw the Messiah who would come and showed that Jacob was born a king, a prince of the kings (Gen. 49:10).
H) David and Nathan (1,050 BC) God introduced the twelve tribes in the Promised Land, but the nation had no king, so they did what was right in their own eyes (Judges 17:6, 18:1, 19:1 , 21:25).1. Saul becomes the first king of Israel, and the government no longer to become Theocratic monarchy;2. Nathan prophesies of the Messiah (I Chr 17:11-15). The Messiah would be born of the tribe of Judah, of the line of David. Male King Messiah would be a descendant of the nation of Israel, of the line of Judah (Isaiah 11:1). Henceforth, the Messiah would always described as the son of David (I Chr 17:2-15, Revelation 5:5). Christ is the root of Jesse, before David, and is the scion or bud of David.Christ is before David but, according to the flesh, descended from David. So, here we see the importance of David in the Plan of Salvation.
I) II Samuel 5:13-14, I Chronicles 3:5 Solomon. The selection process continues. Here are selected two sons: Solomon and Nathan, sons of Bath-Sheba. Thus, there is understanding on pedigrees described in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. Matthew 1 gives the genealogy of Joseph, for the line of Solomon. Lucas 3 presents the genealogy of Mary, by the line of Nathan. Joseph is the father of the Lord according to the law. Eli is the father of Mary, she is the mother of Jesus the man, according to Grace. The Jewish Talmud mentions Mary as daughter of Eli. Lord's statutory rights derived from Solomon, but her ancestry comes from Nathan organic (it is physical birth). The Jews lassoed genealogical lines with men, so it does not appear the name of Mary. Christ descends the collateral line of Nathan. (Isaiah 9:7 is confirmed in Matthew 1:1).
J) II Chronicles 36:11-23 The earthly kingdom collapses in Zedekiah (the last descendant of David who took the crown). So was Israel carried away. The nation disappeared until in 1948 it re-erected. The call end time or points to Christ as David. Christ will shepherd Israel and the nations (Isaiah 55:3-7, 11:1-10; Ez. 37:24-25; Jr. 23:5; Os. 3:5). Judah was taken captive by the Babylonians and the rest of Israel by the Syrians.
If the Old Testament speaks of the Messiah who was to come: the Esperanza.de Israel, the New Testament reveals Jesus Christ as the Messiah. Israel expected the Messiah (Christ) but as a nation not found in Jesus. However, the phrase "I AM" which is mentioned seven times in the Gospel of John, shows his divinity (John 1:34-41, 4:25-26, Psalm 110:1). At Calvary marked 30 different prophecies prophets who prophesied in different places and different times.This table is only a small example of some Old Testament prophecies fulfilled in the New Testament, in the person of Jesus Christ as the Messiah.
CHRIST IS THE KEY TO PROPHECY Lord Acts 10:43 Description Old Testament New Testament1. As the Son of God Psalm 2:7 Luke 1:322. As Seed of the Woman Genesis 3:15 Galatians 4:43. Born of a virgin Isaiah 7:14 Matthew 1:184. Anointed with the Holy Spirit Acts 10:38 Isaiah 61:15. Public Input in Jerusalem Zechariah 9:9 John 12:14-166. His lack of all deceit Isaiah 53:9 I Peter 2:21-237. The suffering of betrayal for 30 pieces of silver Zechariah 11:12 Matthew 26:158. Pierced on the Cross John 20:25-27 Psalm 22:169. They gave him vinegar as a beverage Psalm 69:21 Matthew 27:3410. Resurrection to 3rd. Acts 2:25-31 Psalm 16:10 day Jesus was made Lord (Greek is spelled and pronounced kurios kyrios) and Christ (Acts 2:30-31, 36, 3:18, 8:5, 9:20 -22; 17:2-3, 18:5 and 28, 19:4, 26:23).
There were certain that in the person of Jesus Christ was manifested. Paul said that the Messiah had already come in the person of Jesus. In him was fulfilled the promise of the Messiah. But the Jews did not understand the times, or the time of Christ's coming.In the Old Testament it was called Messenger (Angel of the Lord), in the New Testament, He is Jesus, the Messiah. In the Old Testament, Messiah denoted a person anointed with oil, and prefigured the Holy Spirit (Isaiah 61:1, 11:2). In the New Testament, the Hebrew word 'Messiah' (Messiah) is translated into Greek as 'Khristos' (Christ) (Ps. 2:2; mt.1: 16, John 1: 41, 4:25), the Christ is the Messiah and that is Jesus. But it was the resurrection and ascension became the Christ of God, in every sense of the word (I Jn. 5:1, Psalm 2:2), God's anointed and empowered by the Holy Spirit.
II Samuel 7:13 refers to the dynasty of David, but points to the Messiah, the Christ: The passage shows a way of anointing in the Old Testament, but also speaks of Christ, the anointed of God through the Holy Spirit. In the Old Testament, God commanded three different major and anointings, within the theocratic reign:
A) The Anointing the Prophet (I Ry. 19:16; Deuteronomy 18:15-19; HE.1 :1-2). Example is Elisha. The Prophet is the Word, and the great prophet of God is Christ, whose ministry is to speak the word of God, to bring light to our minds (intellect) darkened. Christ is revealing the nature of the Father. He is the true light that shone more than the Old Testament prophets. A God can be known only through the revelation of the Messiah (John 1:18, 3:13, 18-21). Him as Prophet, caused the light of the knowledge of God to illuminate the darkened mind the darkness of sin (Eph. 1:18, 4:18). The soul of man was captive by sin and their understanding was darkened.
B) The priest also had to be anointed (Lev. 8:12; Éx.28: 41; Sal.133: 2; Lv. 16). Example: Aaron was anointed with the holy oil. Christ is our High Priest forever. He entered the Most Holy Place, not made with hands, once and forever. Christ, through the eternal Spirit, is the High Priest and, at the same time, is the victim or the sacrificial lamb (He is the goat of the brazen altar. That is, the goat on the altar, whose fate was for Jehovah is the Lord's body figure put on the cross. And the goat led into the wilderness, whose fate was for Azazel, is the figure of the Lord Soul in Hell). Christ offered his body and his soul an offering for the purification of our sins (I John 2: 2, Heb. 5:1-6). He, as High Priest, affects our emotions and feelings. Because of sin, the feelings became vehicles of sadness because of the guilt of sin and separation from God, oppression ravaged our feelings. But Christ offered the perfect sacrifice for our sins and thus annulled the guilt and sorrow (Romans 8:33-39). Moreover, in his priestly ministry, he unites us to God. Romans 8 begins by saying that "There is no condemnation" and ends by stating that "in Christ there is no separation."
C) The King was another character who posed the anointing (I Sam. 10:1, 9:16, 16:13). The King is the ruler and has to do with the will. Christ the King is exalted with honor and glory (Heb. 1:3, 2:9, Psalm 24:7-10). The will of man turned evil because of sin, but Christ, in the position of King, directs our will and guides us in the paths of holiness and truth (John 3:19).Prophet's ministry is to prepare ourselves to sanctification. The Prophet, in the Name of God, led the King and the people. The Prophet is so that we do not stray from the path of the Lord. Only Christ can fully reveal God. As Priest, Christ is the Lamb also provided for sacrifice. As King, governs our will. The kingdom of God is His Church. Anointing with oil symbolized the reception of the Holy Spirit (anointing minister is minister without death) to train for a particular work.Birthplace. - Micah 5:2 Location: The promise was given about 725 BC, and was fulfilled (Matthew 2:1 and 6; Jn. 7:42 and 37-41, Luke. 2:11 and 4 ). Bethlehem means House of Bread and Christ is the bread of life.Time of birth (Daniel 9:24-27): Prince Messiah is the Principal Latin King (hence He is King of kings) who is over all. The prophet Daniel speaks of a period of seven weeks plus sixty-two weeks, which gives a total of sixty-nine weeks (7 +62 = 69). The Messiah the Prince will be on earth and be killed in his first coming, that speaks of His humiliation: He was humiliated. Then, in the first week of tribulation (Dan. 9:27) is the second coming of Christ. Seven years of great tribulation: three and half years to refine the sleeping church, and three and a half years for refinement of the people of Israel. {{Daniel is God's prophetic clock, he lived about 500 BC, and is the prophetic clock for the last time}} Before the first phase, the winners will be raised, at the end of this first phase, and the beginning of the second phase of great tribulation, carnal Christians will be gathered together with the victors.Leviticus 25:8 and 4, Daniel 4:16, 24-25 and 32 in the case of Daniel, the weeks of the Jews are in years. Thus, we interpret sixty-nine weeks of years, ie, we have 483 years (69x7 = 483 years). The prophecy of Daniel starts from the rebuilding of Jerusalem. This involved two expeditions, those of Ezra and Nehemiah. The first expedition was to rebuild the temple in time King Cyrus (536 BC), was made by Zerubbabel, Ezra and the prophets Haggai and Zechariah (Ezra 1:1-3, 5:1-2). The second expedition was in time of King Artaxerxes I (457 BC) and the twelve gates were rebuilt its walls, under Ezra the priest, with the governor Nehemiah and Malachi (Ezra 7:11-23).There was a third expedition, under Nehemiah (465-424 BC) to substantiate. {{The algebraic sum of 483-457 = 26, 483 are the years prophesied by Daniel in 69 weeks of years; 457 is the year in which occurs the second expedition. This means that the Lord was born in 5 or 4 BC That is, there are four lost years in the Gregorian calendar. Thus 26 +4 = 30. The Lord began His ministry when he came to the Jordan to be baptized (Luke 3:21-23). So the Lord was about thirty years old, this happened between the years 25 and 26 AD. Christ was born when Herod died, and began his ministry in time of Herod the Great, during the reign of Tiberius Caesar, emperor of Rome. According to the chronology Roman Herod died in 749, thus Quitania Victorian Roman abbot Dionysius and Eligio, authors of the Gregorian calendar, with four years were wrong}}.
{{Exercise: The following text presents Christ as: 1. Micah 5:2 R. - Ruler in Israel, 2. R. Jeremiah 23:5-6 - David, Righteous Branch LORD OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS 3. A. Malachi 3:1 - The Lord, the Angel of the Covenant, 4. R. 8:22-30 Proverbs - Wisdom (eternal) of God, 5. Isaiah 4:2 and 9:6 R. - Branch of Jehovah, Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. All these passages show His Divinity Malachi 3:1 In the Old Testament, the word 'Lord' is typical of the Heavenly Father. The aforementioned texts do not speak of the Father but of the Messiah. Micah 5:2 The Lord in Israel. In Israel, the Lord is equivalent to the Heavenly Father's name. The Messiah is earlier. Jeremiah 23:5-6 He is King forever. The Lord is the Angel of the Covenant. Angel means messenger, sent. Angel and messenger combined in Revelation, where Angel is a minister or minister in the Church (Mal.3: 1; Sal.104: 4, Heb. 1:14 and 7; Rev. 1:20, 2:1, 8, 12 and 18, 3:1, 7, 14). Angel is 1. A being created, and 2. A messenger (according to Revelation), and not an angel in the celestial scale, now a man, is a man is a minister in the Church of God. Angels are messengers beings created by God but God's ministers (pastors) who will realize the souls. But the Lord is the Angel of the Covenant (the New Covenant). God did not choose Christ (His Son) from the angels, but it begat the Holy Spirit. God chose His Son as minister Servant-man, Jesus Christ-Man, the Son of Man. Him as a man is the minister of the New Covenant. And in His deity, Christ is superior to angels, although in His humanity is lower than the angels. He was made a minister (servant) likeness of men (never the same). Proverbs 8:22-30 The Ageless Wisdom of God (Isaiah 9:6; 4:2), He is the Branch, the Branch. He is before David and Abraham (John 8:58, 17:1-5; Col. 1:17). And that is before the creation is eternal. Therefore, Christ is eternal. Christ is before root (before Abraham and David). John the Baptist said, "He is before me", but in the flesh, John was older by six months of age.}}
Galatians 4:4 In the fullness of time, did the Son of God. Genesis 3:15 we see a promise and prophecy fulfilled when God so ordained.His name is Savior (Acts 4:12, Mt 1:21; Acts. 15:14):
A) He will save his people. He is the only one who can save, He is the only Savior, and when we save us together as a people. His salvation is for us.B) He will save his people from their sins. He saved us from our sins. Sin is the source of all evil.C) His salvation delivered us the consequences of sin hath delivered us from the eternal penalty of sin.I. He paid for all our sins;II. He has delivered us from the power of sin that holds each of us, andIII. One day the Lord will deliver us from the presence of sin forever (besiege us not sin).
II. Humanity of JesusWe believe in having not seen. God begat a being divine and human in the virgin Mary. Without contradiction, great is the mystery of godliness: God (Divinity) has been manifested in the flesh (humanity). The incarnation is equal to "God was manifested in flesh."Christ never ceased to be God, but He entered the limits of time, matter and space, which correspond to the creature. God, the Son, came to dwell among us (Emmanuel: God dwelling among us).Born of woman for human nature (Gen. 3:15; Gal. 4:4). He was limited in time: lived thirty-three and a half years, merely matter: being creator of all matter, came to occupy a body (Heb. 10:5), and was limited to space: a place inhabited determined, in Israel. This is the incarnation. "The Word (logos, word verb is action or movement; Christ) became flesh and dwelt (literally made tabernacle) among men."Since the children have flesh and blood, he too shared in the same stop identifying with Him ((Rom. 8:3, John 1: 14, Heb. 2:14, 10:5).· Incarnation: Union of the Divine and the human.· Incarnation: Eternity Union over time.· Incarnation: Union of the Infinite to the finite.The Incarnation is the manifestation of God in a physical body. His humiliation name in Hebrew is 'Jeshua' (I Chr 24:11, Sal.113 :5-9) and means "God is Salvation". It was given by God through the angel to the Virgin Mary (mt.1 :18-23, Lk. 1:30-31). In the name of Jesus we find the perfect human nature (2nd Cor 4:10-11, Phil. 2:8-10). In the Pauline Epistles are six references that speak of his humiliation (Luke 1:44-47). He alone, and no other is there salvation (Acts 4:10-12).God was manifest in the flesh to save his people (He.10: 5). The Son of God is subject to God that body appropriated by a virgin, without the intervention of a human sperm and an egg. Have intervened Joseph and / or Mary, the nature of Adam would have happened to Christ (Rom. 5: 12). So it is written "in the likeness of sin", but never with the seed that mankind inherited Adam (Heb. 7:26-28, 10-11; Rev. 15:4, Heb. 4:15; I Co. 15:45). The Holy Spirit overshadowed Mary, and born of the virgin was clean and spotless, but with human characteristics that Adam was at first. He was like a man in their limitations, but not the same as not involved in the Adamic sin nature. He was the only perfect man who had no malice of sin.Features of the body of Jesus. Jesus took the form of the suffering servant of God (Phil. 2:6-8, Isaiah 52:13-53:12). "And being found in appearance as a man had all the human characteristics:a) Luke 1:31 was conceived.b) Luke 2:6-7 born as a human being.c) Luke 2:21 was circumcised according to the law.d) Mark 11:12 He became hungry.e) John 4:7 was thirsty.f) John 4:6 He was tired.g) Luke 8:23 He sleep.h) John 11:35 He cried.i) John 19:1-3 suffered physical pain.j) Mark 15:37 He died physically.Features of the soul of Jesus: His soul was taken to hell to suffer our punishment (Acts 2:31). On one occasion, the preacher said: "I do not know how he did it, but Mr. compressed into three days and three nights my eternity in hell." Besides being carried his soul to hell, the Lord Jesus Christ's body was laid in a tomb. He was Man and God. But the fact that He was God, not to say that, as humans, to know it all because as a human had to train your soul, the subject to discipline (Heb. 5:8 and 2:14). The Lord Jesus was a perfect man in his humanity (Heb. 4:15-16), but he was a gifted, nor knew everything, therefore it was necessary that were supplied to "butter and honey" (ie nourished by the Word of God) to discern good from evil (Isaiah 7:14-15).When one is born, it brings the perfect soul therefore be perfect, not sin. But Christ showed that in a body of flesh and bone itself can overcome temptation and the devil (Heb. 2:18). We can confidently bring Christ because He has compassion on our infirmities. He was tempted in every way in his soul, yet without sin. Christ lived a life victorious against sin, against the world and against Satan. Christ won the Man position.
Features of the Spirit of Christ: He had his soul and his body subject to His Spirit. Christ overcame the devil, in their terms, in the world, and defeated the flesh and sin.a) commended his spirit to the Father (Luke 23:46).b) moaned in his Spirit (Mark 8:12).c) He was happy in his Spirit (Luke 10:21).d) He moved in his Spirit (John 11:33).e) knew in his Spirit (Mark 2:8).f) gave the Spirit (John 19:30).Christ is presented as the truth, which we learn little by little as Doctrine, that will make us free to know God and do His will (John 14:6, 8:32). As you know Christ, our lives will change. Christ is the model of our life toward which we should all aim for. Do not compare ourselves among ourselves or with other saints; comparémonos with the model that is Christ. He is the divine in us.By accepting Christ, He penetrates deep within us, his Spirit in our spirit, and becomes a role model, and the strength to do that model (1 Cor 6:17).
The salvation wrought by Christ Jesus is threefold:1. We saved from the eternal punishment of sin, from beginning to end, saved us from all our sins (Matt. 1:21).2. He saved us from the power of sin were slaves to sin, as nature (Rom. 6:6), now, the old man is crucified with Jesus and the believer is delivered from the power of sin present.3. Save us from the presence of sin (Revelation 21:27): we will be saved or delivered from sin when we are resurrected and forever with Him {{Exercise biblical understanding: What part of your soul (the soul of Jesus, speaking of will, emotions and intellect) occurs in Luke 2, John 12, and Luke 22? Answer: Intellect Luke 2:52, John 12:27 Emotions, Luke 2:42-43 Will.}}
III. The earthly ministry of ChristIt was justified by the Spirit to develop this third principle is relevant to consider the ministry of Jesus. John the Baptist knew, a sign of the descent of the dove, that Jesus was the Christ (John 1:14, 19, 30 and - 12 - 32). This is the testimony of John. This was revealed by God, confirming the truth and the Covenant made to parents (Romans 15:8). When the Lord was baptized by the Holy Spirit, Christ began to do miracles (Luke 3:22, Acts. 2:22, 10:38). The Holy Spirit justified Christ as the Son of God. This was vindicated by the Spirit (Rom. 1:4). The Holy Spirit ratified or fully justified the claim of Jesus to be the Son of God.Etymology of Justify. - Psalm 19:9 In this passage, the word "fair" means "admirable and absolutely perfect." Psalm 51:4 'Justified' Praise of justice. Matthew 11:19 and Luke 7:35 'Justified' gives the intention that "they have honored" We, her children. Luke 7:29 "they justified '" acknowledged with due reverence and gratitude the grace of God in Christ contemplated. ""Justified by the Spirit" refers to a divine recognition of our Lord Jesus Christ. "Justification" is the recognition that the Holy Spirit was made of who Jesus Christ as the Son of God made man. John the Baptist spoke and testified of Jesus as the Messiah, the Son of God (John 1:6, 15, 19 and 29-34). The signal that he should identify who it was, is that the Holy Spirit would come upon Him, making public acknowledgment of the Lord Jesus Christ. In addition, the heavens opened and the Heavenly Father also said: "This is my beloved Son ..." He is the messenger of God is the Messiah, He is Emmanuel, God with us. When you start His ministry, should be filled with theHoly Spirit, but also Christ would give the Holy Spirit to all who ask.The Holy Spirit came upon the Lord Jesus Christ as ratifying it, until he was 30 years and was to start his ministry (Rom. 1:4), hence, either in childhood or as a young man worked miracles.Christ had to wait until the time appointed by God to do his will (Isaiah 61:1-3, Luke 4 :17-21, Jn. 1:32; Acts. 10:38). The Holy Spirit was in and on Christ, as a crown.{{Exercise Bible: 1. What gospel speaks of the Lord's humanity, his birth and his genealogy? R. - Lucas. From what? Chapter begins the last week? R. - Luke 22. 2. What gospel speaks of the Deity of the Lord? R. - Juan. 3. Which gospel begins fully to describe the earthly ministry of the Lord Jesus? R. - Marcos. 4. In what gospel is spoken over the last week? R. - Juan. From what? Chapter starts talking about last week? R.-John 13.}}A second aspect to understand is that Christ was justified by the Spirit because they never found sin in Him What was the purpose of His coming? R. - fulfill their ministry
DEATH TO GIVE LIFE.Actually we can see eight purposes of his ministry:1. He came from heaven to show heavenly things (John 16:28; 17:3-8, Jn. 3:12-13, 31-33).2. He came to reveal the Father (John 8:26-27, 17:25-26). He came to manifest the Father, for in Him dwells the fullness of the Father (Luke 10:22; Jn. 15:15; 1:18).3. He came to preach good news (Matt. 4:17, Mark 1:15).4. He came to liberate the oppressed of the devil; give the captives (Luke 4:16-21, Matthew 11:4-6). The disease is an oppression, slavery and captivity: "Go and tell that I'm releasing ..."5. He came to fulfill the law (Matt. 5:17, Jn. 18:38, Heb. 4:15, Mt 26:54, Lk. 24:25-26, 44-46; I P.2: 22) . The perfect man did fulfill the law. Pilate found no crime in Him No fault in him came to do the right thing. He came to die for us. Only Christ satisfied God's will.6. He came to defeat Satan (John 12:31-33, Colossians 1:12-13, I Jn. 3:8). Christ overcame the devil on his own ground.7. He came to let us example (Jn 13:15, Mt 11:29). The perfect model to which we are being conformed to His likeness. Meekness is internal (John 14:2, I Peter 2:21, I Corinthians 11:1; He.12 :2-3).8. He came to die for sinners (Rom. 4:25, 6:23, I Peter 2:24, Jn. 11:49-52, Heb. 9:27-28, I Peter 3:18, II Co . 5:21, Rom. 8:3). Him and healed us, no one can come to the Father except through the Son (He is the way). Christ condemned sin in his own flesh (in the body of Jesus, the Man). His death was humiliating and cursed by God (Gal. 3:13).
IV. WITNESSES OF HIS WORKIt was seen by angels At this point, the relevant aspects are:a) birth;b) His ministry and death;c) His Resurrection, andd) His exaltation: Jesus is Lorda). Birth of Christ. - First, the advent of the Messiah was announced by angels (Luke 1:26-37, Luke. 2:6-15, Matthew 1:18-25). Once born on earth, the angels made a public announcement to a group of shepherds (Luke 2:6-17). They testified their child (Mt. 2:13 and 19-22).b). Ministry and death of Christ. - The ministry of Christ begins to conclude his triumphal entry into Jerusalem, and then comes the last week of his earthly life. Last week began with the triumphal entry of Christ public and Jerusalem (Zechariah 9:9). Another important aspect of the week is Easter celebrated by the Lord. On that night of Passover, the Lord instituted the sacrament. Finally, comes the Passion and death of the Lord.The death of Christ was a counsel and foreknowledge of God or provision. The Trinity was who so determined. The death of Jesus was planned by the Trinity and God showed him so veiled. It was a voluntary death, and God was also revealed form. It was a substitutionary death, God finally spoke clearly. It was also a sacrificial death, God showed in figures. With his death, Christ makes us partakers of His Divinity.Christ did not die a victim of circumstances (Acts 2:23-26). His death was planned by God Himself. It was written that Christ should come (I Cor 15:3). Christ knew what was coming to this earth to die, because it was written and it did. In His infinite wisdom, eternal in the Council, before the creation, God (the Trinity) agreed the Lord's death, for the redemption of man. His death was voluntary. It is wrong to believe that because he had no other way out to the Lord, except death. (Luke 22:22; I P. 1:19-20).It was determined, before the foundation of the world, that Christ would die. It was necessary for him to die, just like the Scriptures be fulfilled (the Old Testament: Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms (Luke 24:25-26, 44-46, Acts. 3:18, 4:27-28) .In the Old Testament it was established that Christ would die. He did not die because of bad luck or by chance. He was given his death. We are not saved by chance, but by God's predetermination.
His death was voluntary (Acts 2:23). God determined that Council their willingness to die.This put Christ in the determination of death: "Abba, Father, all things are possible to you. If possible this cup pass from me, nevertheless not as I will but as you will. " Therefore, we believe that it was a surprise to the Lord. The Father said "put your life," and the Lord said "I have power to lay down my life" (John 10:17-18), this speaks of His Divinity. He is able to put her life. He had the option of not going to the cross (Matthew 26:53-54), but his death was necessary because he was doing God's work! God had no choice but to his justice was satisfied. That is, it was necessary that the sins were punished and cleared to approach God freely. Christ walked with his free will. I had an option, but not usedPraise the Lord! (John 10:17-18) "I have power to take it again" also talks about his divinity. In another version of this passage read "this life of mine I have it on my shoulders ..." (Mt 27:50, Jn. 19:30). He gave his Spirit. Literally, "let go of his Spirit." In Greek, 'paridoni' means "let go", "let go". Christ knew that after his physical death come judgment (go to hell): the wrath of God and the devil's wrath hovered over the soul of the Lord, in hell. Her anguish was not the cross, but by hell. Christ knew that when you drop your Spirit, all the consequences of sin be upon Him
Giving means giving something to someone else. Christ gave (gave) his Spirit to the Heavenly Father. Being God, Christ was putting his life and no one was taking it. His Spirit was the Heavenly Father, his soul was taken to hell, and his body was laid in a tomb. Nobody pushed him to die. His death was voluntary. In his body and his soul, was the sin of all mankind, but in the Spirit, he moved in his divinity. In the human sin is impossible.His death was substitutionary (Gal. 2:20 d). "He loved me and gave himself ..." Here we see the voluntary surrender of Christ (Eph. 5:25 and 2). He knew what would happen and it showed in figures (Is. 53:6; Co.1 II: 10, Jn. 2:4), he took our place and all our sins and iniquities. This is the description evening of his death. Heavenly Father put all our sins and iniquities in the humanity of Jesus, because He came to give his life a ransom for many (convicted of sin and sickness. Matt. 20:28). This is the basis of divine salvation. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.Eternal life He gives us is unconditional (John 3:14-15). He knew he would have to be raised on the cross, and it says in figure (John 4:34). He says or refers to something that is taking place and it will end. People did not understand, but he referred to the work of God and the end of his mission and the consequences of it.Talk veiled that the husband is taken away (Matt. 9:15,12:40). The Lord knew the story of Jonah and figure spoke of how he would have to go to Calvary and hell. What was in the Old Testament was a type of what was to happen.Speaking of baptism, speaking of burial (Luke 12:50). Shown in the figure is going to die and consummate the work of God (Luke 13:32).His death was atonement (Rom. 1:18). Christ is the only one that could fulfill the righteousness of God. He hates or abhors sin. He has judged severely all our sins on the cross, in the person of Christ.His name (Acts 1:44, Jn. 14:26). The Holy Spirit works all things in the name of Jesus. The Holy Spirit is the representative of Christ on earth.
In all this, the eyes of the angels were placed on the Messiah Who bears witness of the law? The angels (Acts 7:52-56, Gal. 3:19).How witnessed to Christ? During the temptation of the Lord, the angels were witnesses, and after Christ overcame temptation at all three levels (physical, moral and spiritual), angels came and ministered to him (Matt. 4:11). Looking to the Lord Jesus Christ in his human position (in his humiliation), the angels come and look after him and keep him and serve him.The angels witnessed the Lord's ministry and his relationship with God (John 1:51). Christ speaking to Nathanael declares that angels come and go to and from Him continually Angels were participating in the Lord's time and brought humiliation witness the one true eternal High Priest. Christ, the Supreme Pontiff or bridge to bring us to God in Christ in heaven and earth.What happened during his sufferings, in difficult times, in Gethsemane? (Luke 22:43).We see all the angels serving the Lord.c). His Resurrection. - The doctrine of resurrection of the dead will take this path widely supernatural life, but in this part we will see only what is relevant to the resurrection of Christ. The testimony of the angel brings clarity to the confusion of the disciples (Mr.16 :5-8, Luke. 24:4-7 and 23, Jn. 20:11-13). The body had not been stolen. Angels are seeing results. They bear witness to the resurrection of the Lord (I Cor 15:20-22).Christ's resurrection confirms that God's justice was satisfied with the perfect sacrifice of Christ, as not being found sin itself, by depleting our sins, rose from the dead (1 Corinthians 15:14-19, 22, Col. 1:21-22, Heb. 9:28). Christ's resurrection guarantees our resurrection. In Adam all die. We took a Adamic nature. Therefore, we are condemned to death. But being in Christ Jesus, we are alive, we will be resurrected with Him Christ is the firstborn from the dead, He is the first to rise from the dead, never to see death. So, to revive us, we will never see death.The apostles and disciples of the Lord Jesus' resurrection testified. We are also witnessing the resurrection. Not dead. RISEN! (Acts 1:3-5, 13:33-34, Acts. 5:32).The Ark of the Covenant represents Christ (Ex. 25:18-22). On the mercy were two golden cherubim facing the golden plate, where blood was shed by the High Priest sprinkled seven times on the mercy seat, the Day of Atonement (Lev. 16:14). The wood is a type of humanity. Gold is figure of his Divinity. The eyes of the cherubs were always places in Christ Jesus (Luke 1:36-38).We must not fall into the error of the doctrine of angels or angelic doctrine, but we should not deny its existence. According to the Bible they are now servants of believers who are heirs of salvation (Heb. 1:14).d). The exaltation of Christ (Rom. 14:9). He has been exalted to the right hand of the Majesty on high to fulfill all things (Eph. 4:10).
God rose from his throne and took the soul of Christ dead and resurrected (Psalm 18). After resurrection, preached forty days and nights. He walked to the Mount of Olives and, hence, was taken by the Heavenly Father at his right hand. And God was received in glory, Jesus Christ, He is the King of Glory. " All the heavenly host were shocked to see the Blessed Son of God through the heavens in victory (Ps. 24:7-10). There was a special reception for His Son, the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth, now is full of glory. Victor Christ returned to heaven. No one, after he died, had gained entry into heaven of God. Enoch and Elijah were transposed not see death. But Jesus died and was resurrected now. And in heaven there was a great expectation. Christ pierced the very heavens. The Apostle Paul, writing the Epistle to the Hebrews says that Christ passed through the heavens, that is, rent the heavens and went further.Ephesians 4:10 says that Christ sat upon the heavens.In the exaltation of the Lord, there are several things that were fulfilled:a) The outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon all flesh
(John 7:37-39, Acts. 2:32-33).b) The manifestation of the gifts of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 12:4, 7-11).c) Ministry Gifts, gifts to men (Eph. 4:11).d) The unchangeable priesthood of Christ (Heb. 7:24-25, Rom. 8:34).
Humiliation and exaltation of ChristIn Philippians 2:5-11 we see seven steps and seven steps down exaltation of our Lord.The Son of God left His throne of glory and, like God himself was manifested in the flesh on this earth: be human. He lived a holy life. His main ministry was headed to the cross of Calvary.That cross saw him die, and there was jettisoned his soul to be taken to hell. His Spirit was the Father and his body was nailed to the cross and then was put in the tomb.The essence of the mystery of Godliness, the Lord shows the humiliation of His Son. Christ came in humiliation, was manifested in the flesh to be humbled, but the other end is his glory.There is a gap between the humiliation and exaltation of the Incarnate Word: His death, burial and resurrection.In our life should be humiliation, death to self, burial and then God will give us resurrection. The Glory of God will give us resurrection. Also we are children as our elder brother, Christ.Peter mentions the name of humiliation (Jesus, whom God hath raised from the dead, to be exalted) (Acts 2:32-33 and 24, Acts. 5:31, Phil. 2:8-9). In Jesus, God has risen and exalted because Christ humbled. In these three Biblical references we see the humiliation of a man: Jesus, we see his humiliating death, but also his exaltation (Phil. 2:5-11).Consider the seven steps of his descent and the seven steps of his exaltation: Philippians 2:5-8 Philippians 2:9-11He emptied 1: it did nothing; emptied. V. January 7 º God highly exalted him. V. The 9thTook 2nd form of a servant. V. 2nd 7b gave him a man who is above every name. V. 9b3rd was made in human likeness. V. For 3rd 7c in the Name of Jesus, might bowwhat every knee in heaven. V.10a4 Found in fashion as a man. V. April 8 º Of those on earth. V. 10b5 ° He humbled himself. V. 8b that 5 of the underground. V. 10c6th obedient unto death. V. 8c 6th every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord. V. 11th7th death of the cross. V. 8d 7th to the glory of God the Father. V. 11b
V. THE GREAT COMMISSIONIt has been preached to the Gentiles at this point, we must consider the nine aspects of The Great Commission Preaching from the beginning. - The preaching of Christ has been since its advent, In Genesis 3:15, God announces that would come . Abel knew the Messiah and believed and trusted Christ without knowing who would come to redeem their sins. So corderode Abel offered his flock, to identify the Messiah (Gen. 4:4).Abraham received the promise of the Messiah and saw the glory of Christ (John 8:58). Christ was announced from the Old Testament. Moses received the plans for the tabernacle, and it speaks of Christ in all its furniture: Christ is the door, He is the perfect victim of the brazen altar, He is the Word that cleanses us, in the manner of the metal source; He is the high priest who ministers of God for us. Christ Tabernacle tent covered with badger skins, showing his humanity, and goatskins showing his sacrifice for us, and the sky of the Sanctuary, blue, tells of his Divinity. The table of showbread shows Christ, the Bread of Life, the true manna that came down from heaven. The Golden Lampstand speaks of its light shining light our path and through us in this world. At the altar of incense, shows Christ as the perfect example of praise (as shown in the Psalm 22). The veil is torn figure of his body to open up a new and living way Heavenly Father (He.10: 20). Finally, the Ark of the Covenant shows different figures of Christ: One is the mercy receive the blood of atonement. Also, the ark rested on the pillar of fire and it was the Angel of the Lord, which is Jesus Christ. (Ps. 68:24, Heb. 4:2, I Corinthians 10:11 and 4). The people of Israel were evangelized like us, they knew the gospel in figures and truths revealed in us.
Job knew of his Redeemer: "I know that my Redeemer lives, and even discarded this my flesh shall I see him with my own eyes and not another" (Job 19:25). Job speaks of Jesus Christ because from the Old Testament, the Lord and was preached as the Redeemer and Savior. The psalmist also refers to the Savior as his rock and redeemer. In Psalm 78:35 mentions God as the Redeemer of Israel. The prophet Isaiah had a vision of the Savior in the Suffering Servant golden chapter of the Bible: Isaiah 53. Verses 1 and 2 show the proclamation of the Gospel of Christ as the branch or bud, but at the same time as the root out of dry ground. In Isaiah 61:1-2 is the announcement of the Messiah who fulfills seven purposes and compliance with this script is given in Luke 4:16-21. Before Isaiah, David received the announcement of Christ would be born of his loins (Mt 22:42-45; 1:1). David also announced the Messiah, through the Messianic Psalms. Examples are found in Psalms 16, 18, 22, 23, 24, 69 and 88. In them, the Psalmist announces the sufferings that the Christ would suffer, but also refers to his glory.Jesus Christ is the one who divided the history of mankind. He came unto His own and His own received Him not, but to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave power to become children of God (John 1:12).Peter speaks of the spirits in prison, who are the saints of the Old Testament who believed in was to come (I Peter 3:19). Balaam, the Gentile prophet, prophesied (and his prophecy was preaching) of Jesus Christ (Numbers 24:17). In fact, all the Old Testament prophets preached the Messiah who was to come (Acts 3:18, 24, 13:29, 26:22-23).a) The Great Commission. - At the end of his ministry, Christ establishes the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20, Mark 16:15-16), to go and preach the Gospel to every creature. In announcing the news of great joy "that was born in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord" (Luke 2:10-11). This ministry started announcing the Incarnate Word with a new address, the day of Pentecost (Acts 2:22-38). Before Christ was preached in figures, today is preached that Christ was incarnate, died, was buried, but it has been raised from the dead, never to see death. And He is the Lord Christ for eternity.The Great Commission is formed of nine principles, separated into two groups: FiveBenefits and Four Commandments (Matthew 28:18-20 and Mark 16:15-20).Five Benefits: 1. Cast out demons (Acts 16:18). 2. To speak with new tongues (Acts 2 :1-12, 4:31, 10:44-46, 19:6). 3. Remove serpents (Acts 28:3-6). 4. Drink any deadly thing without being damaged. 5. Lay hands on the sick and heal these (Acts 27:8; Stg. 5:14).The four Commandments:1. Go and preach to all nations (Acts 13:42-49, 15:7-9, 12).2. Indoctrinate (Acts 2:42, 46; 6:2 and 7; 11:19-26, 14:21-22).3. Baptize them in the Name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit (Acts 8:38-39).4. Teaching them to observe all things that the Lord has commanded us (Acts 20:27, II Pet 1:12, I Jn. 1:1-5, 2:7, 21 and 28; Phil. 3:1).
VI. DISCIPLESHIPIt was believed in the world This principle shows us the path of discipleship with three purposes for the Church of Jesus Christ:a) Room of God in the world;b) Disclosure of His Word, andc) Propagation of the Gospel.In the Old Testament there were those who believed in the Messiah and were kept in the Bosom of Abraham or Paradise, to come as the true High Priest who would die for them and redeem them from their sins (I Peter 3:19). Abraham's bosom was the place of refuge of the redeemed of the Old Testament (Luke 16:23-26).
The passage is very telling: the rich man could see Abraham's bosom, where Lazarus was receiving consolation. However, between Abraham's bosom and hell had a deep chasm. Thus, one could see these two sections of the Underworld, but there was no communication or somewhere between the two). The Bosom of Abraham is the captive of which the Apostle Paul speaks in Ephesians 4:8-10 and prophesied in Psalm 68:18. Christ led captivity captive: The Bosom of Abraham was captive in the Underworld.The Bosom of Abraham was not a place of torment, but a place of rest and comfort, in the manner of the six cities of refuge in the Old Testament given by God to Israel (Ex. 21:13; Nm. 35:6, 11 and 14; Deut. 19:2-6; Jos. 20).These cities were given a dispensation of grace within the law. To these murderers came at unawares. Those who had no enmity with the deceased, and wished his death but, by accident they took their own lives, they should flee to the nearest city of refuge and publicize his cause for the elders of the city. Once admitted to the city of refuge, the slayer must remain there until the death of the High Priest. Then, everyone was free and could go home.
This figure is the city of refuge called Abraham's bosom, where they remained all that believed the Lord before he came to this earth. Clearly, the High Priest is Jesus Christ, who at death, ascended on high and led before the Heavenly Father, Breast captivity captive of Abraham. It was a beautiful Jubilee for those saints. Christ, by His Spirit Eternal Bosom of Abraham arrived and introduced himself as the Redeemer in whom they believed without knowing and without even having incarnate. So Abraham's bosom was filled with great joy and gladness, was his Jubilee, they went home to live with Heavenly Father.After his glorious ministry on earth, billions of people have given their lives to Christ. The most mentioned character in the entire history of humanity is Jesus Christ. He still preached and is believed by the people. Peter preached at Pentecost and the Church were added about three thousand souls (Acts 2:41). Then, as you climb the temple gate Beautiful, to pray, Peter and John, God worked a miracle. The lame man who sat begging was healed of his legs, and was lame. Then Peter came to preach and became about five thousand men, besides women and children (Acts 4:4). Later, following the religious intolerance, the brothers prayed to God and were filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke the word with confidence and the number of disciples grew (Acts 4:31, 6:1).Then came the persecution declared to the Church so many believers left Jerusalem to proclaim the Gospel through the cities (Acts 8:4) and Philip the Evangelist, down to Samaria preaching Christ, and the whole was shaken Samaria (Acts 6:5-8) and many local churches were erected in Samaria because they believed in the name of the Lord.The same Philip went and preached to an Ethiopian, an eunuch of Candace, queen of the Ethiopians, and the eunuch believed and was baptized (Acts 8:26-39). Then the Holy Spirit led Philip to preach in Ashdod and all the cities of the region to get to Caesarea (Acts 8:39-40). Cornelius, the centurion, along with his family, friends and neighbors, was visited by Peter, and upon hearing the Gospel of Jesus Christ, believed and were filled with the Holy Spirit (Hch.10: 44, 47-48). Other scattered by persecution, they went Phoenicia, Cyprus and Antioch, and announced the gospel of Jesus Christ in Antioch and a great number believed and turned to the Lord (Acts 11:19-23). After being released from prison miraculously, Peter had to walk the regions of Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia and Bithynia (Acts 12:17, I Peter 1:1-2), where obviously preached the Gospel and God raised many churches of faithful saints who believed in this Word. Saul of Tarsus, after persecuting the Church of the Lord and the saints trap to take them to jail, was itself trapped by the Lord (Acts 9:3-6, 17-18). Then Saul's attitude changed and he began to preach Jesus Christ, causing confusion among the Jews who opposed the Church (Acts 9:20-22). Paul became one of the missionaries of the first century.His travels and his letters illustrate how greatly the Lord was believed throughout the known world at that time: Seleucia, Cyprus, Salamis, Paphos, Panphilia Perge, Antioch and Iconium Pisisdia (Acts 13 and 14), and Lystra Derbe. In all these cities, Christian churches were erectedNew Testament, by the preaching of the apostles. Later, Barnabas with John Mark, sailed to Cyprus. Meanwhile, Paul and Silas traveled Syria, Cilicia, Derbe, Troas, Samothrace, Neapolis and Philippi (Acts 15:39-41, and 16).In Philippi, Lydia and her household believed the Gospel, but also the jailer and his household (Acts 16:13-15, 30-34, 40). Then Amphipolis, Apollonia, Thessalonica (Acts 17:1), Berea (Acts 17:10), Athens (Acts 17:16-34), Corinth (Acts 18:1), Ephesus (Hch.19: 1 ), Macedonia, Achaia and Greece (Hch.19: 21; 20:1-2). When writing to the church at Rome, Paul makes mention of how, from Jerusalem to Illyricum he had fully preached the gospel of Christ (Rom. 15:17-20), without considering all the places visited by the other Apostles, which had also been working in the Lord's work. Similarly, we must consider the work of the fivefold ministry. The Bible does not describe how many other churches were erected by the preaching of the other Apostles, Prophets,Evangelists, Pastors, Teachers, Elders, Deacons, Grants and governors. Besides preaching and testimony of all the faithful followers of Christ.The history of the church that Peter conducted evangelistic and missionary work among the Jews and came to Babylon. John, the beloved disciple, is said to work among the churches of Asia Minor. Scythian Andrew preached in Greece and Asia Minor. Philip preached in Phrygia and died in Hierapolis as a martyr. Bartholomew was a missionary in Armenia. Thomas worked in Parthia, Persia and India, and suffered martyrdom near Madras. Matthew (Levi) was martyred in Ethiopia. James the Less, preached in Palestine and Egypt. Judas Lebbeus preached in Assyria and Persia. Matthias, is said to have preached in Ethiopia, where he suffered martyrdom.Lack of space to mention the great missionary work that God has spread throughout history and the world. Entire countries have been moved by the preaching of the Gospel. GOD IS BELIEVED IN THE WORLD!
VII. His priesthood CURRENT AND HIS SECOND COMINGIt was received in glory latter principle shows Divine Authority and Glory of God, and his return for his church, when things are fulfilled in it.Christ was lifted up to heaven. Currently, he lives in the third heaven, and lives to make intercession for all the saints (Heb. 7:25, 8:1-2, 6, 9:24, 10:12-13).Exalted Christ is able to fulfill all things (Eph. 4:10).Is exalted in glory as head of the Church (Eph. 1:20-23).Domain was on his throne, waiting for the church has put all his enemies under his feet (1 Cor 15:22-28, Eph. 6:10-13).He went to prepare the site for the church glorious reign with Him (John 14:1-3).The return to this earth for His church (Acts 1:9-11).
This return will be checked in three phases: The Rape of the first fruits (Mt 24:27-28), the great harvest of believers (Matthew 24:29-31), and his return to tread the earth and save the relics of Israel and establish his millennial kingdom (Revelation 7:2-4).
The Church must have expectation: the Lord comes again (I Co.16: 22; Phil. 4:5).Maranatha is an ancient Greek term meaning "The Lord is Coming!" (1 Cor 16:22-23).
The sacrament is a sacrament instituted by God to proclaim his death until he comes, that is, to prepare for his coming (I Corinthians 11:24-26, I Thessalonians. 4:16, Revelation 1:7 , Dn. 7:13; Zac. 12:10-14).The church, which is his wife, along with the Holy Spirit, now and says: Come, Lord Jesus. Because that will bring to fulfillment all things that are pending for the church is ready to go to lasnubes to meet his Lord (Rev. 22:17, 20).

Study in Lerma for him:Victor R. Pr Preciado Balderrama.
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