God tells you tonight
Before beginning the first celebration at 5:30 p.m., Pastor Pedro Bogdan thanked and welcomed the brothers and sisters of the evangelical Christian faith. He also said that in these times that the world is living, is where the human being must seek and have that encounter with Jesus Christ and discover why God put us on earth.
Do not get drunk with wine: Paul contrasts drunkenness with wine, which produces a temporary “joy”, with being filled with the Spirit, which produces a lasting joy. Drunkenness with wine relates to the old way of life and selfish desires. In Christ we have a better, higher and lasting joy to cure our depression, monotony or tension.
The Jewish leaders rejected their King. They were going too far. They rejected God’s offer of salvation in Jesus Christ when God Himself was visiting them (“The time of visitation”) and very soon their nation would suffer, yet God did not turn His back on the Jews who obeyed Him.
God tells you today reflection
Have you taken time to hear God’s voice today? He wants to speak to you every day and give you strength to face the challenges that come your way with hope and determination. Here are some very important truths to reflect on today:
When you try to do everything on your own and in your own strength you give room for pride and anxiety to take over. It is important that you humbly recognize your need and dependence on God, that you learn to leave your anxieties in his loving arms and wait for him to intervene in your life and circumstances. He is faithful, he will work!
Likewise, in our weakness the Spirit comes to help us. We do not know what to ask for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groans that cannot be expressed in words. And God, who searches the hearts, knows what the Spirit’s intention is, because the Spirit intercedes for believers according to the will of God. (Romans 8:26-27)
Self-control is part of the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23). Do not give ground to fears or be intimidated, but stand firm and hold on to God’s hand. If you live a Spirit-filled life you will remain alert to the attacks of the enemy and be able to discern what is from God and what is not. Read the Bible, pray and seek God’s will for your life and the devil will not be able to devour you.
God says to you today: don’t give up
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Have you ever wondered why you are here on earth, what is the purpose of your life or if there is an afterlife? God has the answers to these questions and He wants you to know the truth for yourself. You can discover the message He has for you by studying the Scriptures, communing with Him through prayer and listening to the words of the prophets.
But God really lives and speaks to us. He is the same God who saved Noah from the Flood, who parted the Red Sea and who led Israel to the Promised Land. And He also has the power to work miracles in your life. He will hear and answer your prayers, guide you through your life and help you to know His message if you seek Him.
God says to you today: I need you to go forward.
God can also mean a non-personal supreme being as in pantheism, and in some conceptions is a mere idea or reasoning without any subsistent reality outside the mind, as in materialistic systems.
God is often conceived of as the supernatural creator and overseer of the universe (theism). Theologians have ascribed a variety of attributes to the many different conceptions of God. Among these, the most common are omniscience, omnipotence, omnipresence, omnibenevolence (perfect goodness), divine simplicity, and eternal existence. God has also been conceived as incorporeal in nature, a personal being, the source of all moral obligation, and the “greatest conceivable being with existence.” These attributes were described in varying degrees.
These attributes were described in varying degrees by early Jewish, Christian, and Muslim philosopher-theologians, including Maimonides, St. Augustine, and Al-Ghazali, respectively. Many prominent medieval philosophers and modern philosophers developed arguments in favor of the existence of God. The existence of God was also supported by the philosophers of the Middle Ages.