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Efesios 4:31-32, nos desafiará con la Prueba del Perdonar. Veremos que no importa qué tipo de conflicto enestemos en la vida, el perdón siempre es adecuado para el verdadero creyente.
Paul ends this letter by showing us that he is saturated in relationships. Christians are interconnected and are called to develop relationships for the glory of God.
Strengthen your biblical perspective on abortion, take on the lies that the world tells you about this act of murder, and get some practical actions that you can take to get involved.
You will be encouraged, challenged, and blown you away. These verses have blessed me amazingly, and they will bless you too
Usted será alentado, desafiado. . Estos versículos me han bendecido increíblemente, y ellos también te bendecirán.
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How to deal with those who oppose you and your faith. Ever had someone blast you for being a believer?
Cómo lidiar con aquellos que se oponen a ti y a tu fe. ¿Alguna vez alguien te ha reventado por ser un creyente?
Does the Bible have anything to say about Marijuana? Yes, it does. Biblical principles are applied to show us that “getting high” is not just an external issue, but it is an issue of the heart.
Too many Christians live isolated and alone in the midst of a church family. The Scriptures know nothing of such a life. Christians are called to humbly open up their lives to others, and Paul explains why in Philippians 3:17-21.
Demasiados cristianos viven aislados y solos en medio de una familia eclesiástica. Las escrituras no saben nada de esa vida. Los cristianos están llamados a abrir humildemente sus vidas a los demás, y Pablo explica por qué en Filipenses 3:17-21.
We aim to see that justification results in sanctification by seeing us free from the enslavement to sin to become slaves of God, and thus salves of righteousness.
Looking at the doctrines of grace, we will answer very important questions. Who is responsible for your salvation? If God is sovereign, is man still responsible? Does man choose God or does God choose man? For whom did Jesus die? Is it possible to lose your salvation? The answers to these questions will humble you, encourage you, and draw your heart to worship our Savior.