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Taller de Predicación Expositiva
Jul25

Taller de Predicación Expositiva

La tarea más importante de un Pastor es la predicación de la Palabra de Dios. El apóstol Pablo cuando estaba en Mileto reunido con los ancianos de Efeso les dijo: “porque no he rehuido anunciaros todo el consejo de Dios” (Hechos 20:27). No solamente dijo eso sino que en 1 Timoteo 3, él resalta como uno de los requisitos más importantes para el Pastor el que sea apto para enseñar. En 2 Timoteo 2:2, Pablo instruye a Timoteo a que lo que...

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Evil multiplies, God hides
Jul06

Evil multiplies, God hides

“Yes, you are a God who hides, God of Israel, Savior” (Isa. 45:15, CSB). Why isn’t God more obvious? The question is often asked in many ways and in many contexts: When prayers go unanswered, why is God silent? When suffering or tragedy strikes, why would God allow this to happen? When struggling over the countless millions who don’t know about God revealed in Jesus Christ, why wouldn’t God want more people saved? When the “evidence”...

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Encourage: Use spiritual tools
Jul04

Encourage: Use spiritual tools

You can do just about anything if you have the right tools. What tools do we need to use to build and repair our nation? Most everyone agrees that our nation is facing some serious challenges. Christians live with a deep sense of burden and obligation to be salt and light. We want to be good citizens who help build up and not tear down. What tools should we use? On Independence Day, we will celebrate the freedom of the United States...

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Bible Q&A: Do not judge? (Matt. 7:1-5)
Jan15

Bible Q&A: Do not judge? (Matt. 7:1-5)

Having listened to Jesus speak of giving His life for the world (John 6:60), His disciples exclaimed, “This is a hard saying; who can hear it?” This would not be the last time one of Jesus’ followers would express such a sentiment. In fact, there are many sayings of Jesus that fit the description of a “hard saying.” One such saying is found in the Sermon on the Mount in Matt. 7:1, “Do not judge, so that you won’t be judged.” Jesus’...

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Bible Q&A: Turn the other cheek?
Dec10

Bible Q&A: Turn the other cheek?

Because some of Jesus’ sayings appear too radical to live out in everyday life, many assume that Jesus often set up an ideal ethic that is not realistic for people who live in this present evil age. As a result, there is a school of thought that argues Jesus’ more strenuous sayings were meant to drive us to our knees in recognition of our inability to keep God’s lofty moral standards. True enough, we are all in need of God’s grace,...

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Southern Baptists reflect on the Protestant Reformation, as 500th anniversary approaches
Oct19

Southern Baptists reflect on the Protestant Reformation, as 500th anniversary approaches

The 500th anniversary of the Reformation is celebrated this month. In honor of this historic event, signified by Martin Luther’s posting of the 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg, Germany church, Oct. 31, 1517, the Baptist Messenger shares a series of articles written by David S. Dockery on how the Reformation influenced Baptist life and Baptist beliefs. All three articles are below in order. The Reformation and Baptist life >>...

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