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|Today's Torah Reading
||Reflexiones de Esperanza
||Daily Manna - Paul Torres
|Unidos y Preparados
||Jesús la Vid Verdadera
||Tocando Tu Vida
||Daily Manna Weekend
||Comfort Ye My People
||New Horizons (Cory)
||Fe y Crisis Te Informa
||Viviendo en Gracia
|Empresa Como Misión
||Marriage on The Rock||Christianity Clarified
|Levántate y Resplandece
||Dios Habla Hoy
||Púlpito Reformado Semanal
|Special web-only content||Contenido especial sólo del Centro de Medios||Special web-only content||Contenido especial sólo del Centro de Medios|
|New Testament Survey
||R & R with Ed & Pam
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Please pray that my back surgery on June 21, 2016 will be entirely successful, that I will have complete recovery and be able to return to work in September. I have not been able to go to work since January 12, 2016 and it has been pretty hard on me since they don’t pay me. The pain has been unbearable, not being able to walk or stand for any long period. Treatment by medication and physical therapy failed, hence the surgery. I am very concerned because they always say a back surgery is a 50/50 situation. I have what they call spinal stenosis/pinched nerve in the lower back. Pray also that the insurance will approve a home health aid to help with my recovery at home. I have known nothing but severe pain for more than 5 months now. Pray that I will simply rest the whole matter in God’s hands to be the head surgeon in that operating room at 11:00 a. m. tomorrow. Thank you all very much.
“When we fast for spiritual reasons, when we fast unto the Lord, it is not done separate from prayer,” says Pastor Paul Torres of Christian Community Church in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. “This concept of fasting, is one where we have intimacy with God, for that separate time, whether it be a day, or seven days, or a week, that it be dedicated unto the Lord – just you and Him. And that He is enough.”
Pastor Paul has been in a challenging topical series about prayer and the Christian walk in the last five weeks of “Daily Manna Weekend” here on The Rock (Sundays at 11:30 AM). He started last month by examining the Lord’s Prayer and what it means for our lives. He showed us how Jesus models the true spirit of prayer. Then he looked at the connection between worship and prayer, both in our personal and church lives. Now, he is showing us how fasting, as used by believers in the Old and New Testament and even including Jesus Christ, is an integral part of the “toolbox” we use to draw near to God.
“There is a right way to fast,” Pastor Paul tells us. “And there is a wrong way to do it. Like anything else, Satan always wants to get involved. He tries to take something holy and blessed that God has given us, and twist it for his purposes. Jesus addressed this when He accused the Pharisees of being hypocrites when they fasted. Fasting is not about the outward show, it is about the inward relationship.” He says that fasting can also be used corporately, for example to bring our nation to repentance and restoration.
To hear the whole series, click the image below. Los mismos mensajes también están disponibles en español en el programa Maná Diario.
“When people say that you can’t ‘argue people into the Kingdom,’ I think what they mean to say is that the Holy Spirit has to be the one to convict somebody, to draw them to Jesus, and of course to have them be born again – which of course is absolutely all true,” says Jason Dennett, Senior Pastor at Calvary Chapel of Puerto Rico. He dropped by the station to promote a special 3-day seminar called Firewall: 10 Amazing Evidences to Prove Christianity. “But the thing we have to realize is that the Holy Spirit uses ideas.”
Pastor Jason believes passionately that preaching the Gospel straight from the Bible and defending it from apologetics – the study of arguments having to do with the historical and scientific accuracy of the Bible, the manuscript quality of biblical manuscripts, among many other areas – goes hand in hand. “Listen, the Gospel is an idea,” he goes on. “The Gospel is a truth statement. And so for a person to get saved, you take that idea, bring that to a person, and then they have to decide whether or not to agree with it.”
Pastor Jason notes that apologetics were what opened the door to his decision to embrace Christ. When he was in the U.S. military, a good friend began opening his mind to the unique claims of the Bible by showing him how historically accurate the Bible is. “He showed me how the Bible predicted the four empires that would come after Daniel’s death. He showed me how the Bible gives us amazing scientific knowledge that we didn’t even know till the 20th and 21st centuries. And when the Holy Spirit used him to sweep aside my intellectual objections to the Bible, then He could work on my heart. Then I accepted the Lord Jesus Christ on a run through El Yunque Rainforest.”
Pastor Jason encourages all Christians to examine the amazing proofs for God’s existence, the Bible’s veracity, and other items for themselves. “If we say we believe that this Book has all the answers, let’s know how. And why.”
Fireproof: 10 Amazing Evidences to Prove Christianity starts June 24 at Calvary Chapel of Puerto Rico. The cost is $15, which includes materials and snacks. For more information, visit the Information Kiosk at the church in the Los Jardines Shopping Center in Guaynabo or call them at (787) 720-3308.
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For my daughters Stephanie (young adult) depression, anxiety, feeling no one listens but we do. For her job, she works a lot is tired. She has concerns for my daughter Desiree and my granddaughter who is 8yrs old had stress attacks, her dad left my daughter for her friend with two kids. I don’t think she knows but the back and forth of my daughter to her other grandmother is stressing her and she wants my daughter to be close to her. My oldest Desiree is bipolar for years, my other daughter thinks she is not for God to heal all of us. My family, son for salvation. For a new apartment, finances to be gathered. My brother’s bank things to be done so he can buy a house in NYC so we can all be together but PLEASE remember Stephanie says she wants to die is in her mid 2o’s and wants and encounter with God please for her boyfriend Ted, lost his mom at age 16, for healing and insecurity. God to guide me, revelation and understanding of dreams and visions.
Con la energía y pasión que le caracteriza, el Pastor Mizraím Esquilín nos presenta la segunda parte del sermón sobre el tema del discernimiento. En esta ocasión, Marta, hermana de María y Lázaro, es la protagonista en la prédica de Esquilín quien continúa enfocando su disertación en el Evangelio de Juan 11 como el texto base de su reflexión.
El Pastor Rector de la Iglesia AMEC centra su mensaje de esta semana en dos adjetivos que describen el proceder de Marta ante la figura de Jesús y de los procesos por los que ella vive. Los dos términos apelan a una Marta “afanada” (“merizo”, en griego que significa, mente dividida) y “turbada” (“turbazo”, también en griego y significa ausencia de claridad en el pensamiento). En palabras del propio Pastor Esquilín, el asunto en lo que le ocurre a esta mujer, no es si Lázaro resucita o no de los muertos por la Resurrección que ES Dios encarnado en Su Hijo Jesucristo. El asunto es el proceso de dolor que Dios permite en la vida de esta mujer, y por ende en nosotros, que le lleva a DISCERNIR CUÁL REALMENTE ES LA MEJOR PARTE en medio de los procesos de dolor en sí mismos.
Usted va a querer escuchar cómo el Pastor Esquilín extrapola la historia de Marta en el Evangelio de Juan, a la REALIDAD DEL PUERTO RICO EN EL QUE ESTAMOS VIVIENDO y quiénes son “las ´Martas´ y las ´Marías´” de este tiempo de cara a los procesos de dolor por los que está viviendo Puerto Rico.
Prepare 1era de Corintios 2. 12-16 como texto introductorio al sermón y Juan 11 como texto base de la disertación pastoral.
Algunas citas directas que usted le escuchará al Pastor en esta prédica son :
“Hay cosas que no se resuelven sirviendo”.
” Hay cosas que no se resuelven protestando”.
“Hay cosas que sólo se resuelven cuando yo vengo a solas a hablar con Él”.
My 8 years old granddaughter from stress attacks and my daughter because of broken relationship and father choose to leave for another person and her two very younger children. For those younger children and her friend, whose a pastors daughter who left home also. Two are from Christian ,parents Daniel my grans dad, the girl and her young kids, and the pastors daughter Valarie for all to go back home and God open their eyes serve the Lord not sure the other girl is a believer but was kicked out by parents as I understand. For my daughter is bipolar and having a hard time going back and forth with my granddaughter Madilyn just came back from hospital again, the living condition and going back and forth and my daughter having to leave her there with gran parents because the school is far has been stressing her and my granddaughter. An open door and finances for us to get an affordable apartment I moved from PR to NY three months ago and staying with relatives, For my brother who had to come back also temporary also staying to care for his grandson Allen young kid not doing good in school, rebellious, backslidden its hard for my brother who is constantly struggling from broken family also. Allen did get baptized in water at my former church years back when 11 years old by his own request, he is 14, his mom Denise moving back next month to try to help, his dad has new marriage and he is stress also. His brother who has a bad relationship with an abusive girlfriend who hits him, and has brought division in the family Lauren has caused Allen and the family problems and has told the kid she hates him and other. Let God’s will be done because its too much already, Last my brother turned his house back to the bank that everything is completed so he can buy a house out here where we can all be together as my parents home was sold long ago, and they regretted it but now my parents are aged, my mom has the beginning of Altzheimer but I know God is with us. And praising God for revelation he gives me in dreams about storms coming I saw the Lord to my right side as I saw a storm coming and huge wave and I was impressed to “call upon the name of the Lord” and I lead many people in the dream going my same walking direction to say God, God, God then the Lord appeared Large to my right side in form of a huge cloud it was Jesus’s face He was staring at me, I also heard “tribe” I learn in Hebrew concordance the word meant for tribe is “family”. For God to help me with interpretation, also help from the Holy Spirit with hearing in the spirit also sometimes it’s loud not often. For God’s peace direction we are far from walking distance and I physically cannot travel far because of body pains. Thank you, on laptop following you since I come back the anointing is great and I love your ministry service. God bless Elizabeth.
Please pray for:
0. Poland, freedom from religion to God through Jesus Christ,
0. Church in the USA – Matt. 3.12
1. stirring up the ministry to the God for me, my wife Dorothy, our
daughter Ann, our sons Peter and Daniel – “..but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord” Joshua 24.15
2. God’s will and wisdom for me and my family; specially for learning in school for Daniel,working for Edmund, Dorothy, Peter (also God’s direction for his life) and Ann( Ann needs husband),
3. God’s order in my work. Blessings and the knowledge of Jesus Christ for my bosses.
“To me, Christ is life,” explains Brad Holloway. “And my job is to share Christ, who is that life, with anyone who needs Him. Just as He did with the Samaritan lady at the well, to whom He said, ‘If only you knew Who it was Who is talking to you, you would ask Him and He would give you living water.’ That is Who I am offering, who we are offering.” Brad and his wife Gina are planting an English speaking church in the San Juan Metro Area under the auspices of the North American Mission Board.
“We are not here to talk about rules or regulations,” Brad says. “Everyone knows that they can try harder, can try to be good. But that’s not what this Christian walk is. It is coming to know the One who says, ‘You are loved with an everlasting love.'”
Brad is a retired public school teacher and wrestling coach. Gina is a registered nurse with over 30 years of experience in the operating room and the ER. They have moved here from Atlanta, Georgia. Together, they are bringing a movement called LifeChurch to Puerto Rico. “There are lots of churches with the name Life Church,” says Brad with a laugh. “So it’s not a label or a brand. It is just a picture of what we are coming to do – to share life. His abundant life.”
As a professional coach, Brad has worked extensively together with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a nondenominational social group for Christian youth. He is actively seeking volunteer activities where he can help. If your church, school, or university has a sports program, he would be interested in seeing where he can help out on a volunteer basis.
For the month of June, Brad and Gina are leading a Sunday-morning church service in the chapel at Robinson School in Condado. They are also reaching out through the Iglesia Bautista Belén, Calle 220, Country Club, in Carolina. They will be offering free English classes and holding Sunday evening church services at the Carolina facility. You are welcome to attend their services in either place. For more information, contact Brad Holloway at (678) 796-5846 or e-mail email@example.com.
We did a special interview with Brad today. To hear it, click the button below.
¿Cuántas veces nos encontramos en medio de encrucijadas, dolores, decisiones que no entendemos el porqué y el para qué ocurren?¿Qué pensaría usted si le dijéramos que en muchas ocasiones son eventos que el Señor permite para que usted vea la Gloria de Dios manifestarse en su vida y otros puedan presenciarla por igual?
El Pastor Mizraím Esquilín nos presenta el tema del discernimiento a la luz de la experiencia de ¿muerte? vivida por Marta y María con su hermano y mejor amigo de Jesús, Lázaro en Juan 11, 17.
Esquilín utiliza el pasaje de Filipenses 1.9 para presentarnos la importancia y significado en nuestra vida de oración de dos términos utilizados por el apóstol Pablo y que Esquilín desmenuza magistralmente para enseñarnos su significado desde su conceptualización en el idioma original, el griego. Ellos son: “epignosis” y “aistesis”.
Algunas expresiones de Esquilín que son parte de este sermón citan como sigue:
It’s that time again! Churches all over the Caribbean are gearing up to host a Vacation Bible School. Every year, we invite you to get in touch and share what your church has planned for VBS! We do not charge for announcements having to do with events at your church, and VBS is definitely an event we want to help you promote. We announce these events on Update/Amigos, during Kid’s Time, and during other parts of the day as we need announcements. So get in touch today! Send your VBS announcement to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (787) 724-1190.
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