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You’ve probably heard me refer to the book of Jude as the Acts of the Apostates. Apostasy is turning away from Christ by leaning on the rationale of worldly philosophy and personal preference. After going back to the Old Testament and citing examples of apostasy from Jewish history, Jude sums up the current crisis in the church and says that even J…
 
No, I’m not a heretic! I realize God is portrayed in Scripture as our Father and that Jesus taught us to address Him as such. But in this passage, God compares Himself to a mother. On this day that we celebrate and honor the moms among us, we also pause to consider how God promises the tender care that is so second nature for a human mother to His …
 
How’s that for a sermon title? It sounds like it comes right out of a 1950s black and white movie about the end of the world. But these two words describe the theme of the four verses in Jude we will cover today. As Jude describes the character and condition of the false teachers who were ruining the church (gloom), he then predicts what will happe…
 
As Jude called his readers to fight for the faith, he wanted them to know that turning from the truth was not new, nor was it novel. The battle for truth has been unfolding since the very beginning—ever since another’s will was allowed to compete against God’s will. Jude reaches back into the historical record to fortify his warning to his audience…
 
Standing for God’s truth is a serious thing, and yet it is part of our responsibility to do exactly that. Welcome to the only book in the New Testament devoted entirely to apostasy (the abandoning of the truth, the defecting from the faith). This short little letter (only twenty-five verses) is one of the most neglected yet important books in Scrip…
 
In Romans 11, the apostle Paul continued to make his case that God had not cast off His covenant people. Their rejection of the Messiah means salvation is now offered to the whole world, but God still has them in line to experience future blessings. In this study, Skip Heitzig reveals more about God's plan to restore Israel to Himself—and how you f…
 
Welcome to Vision Weekend. Today I want to help renew our understanding of why we even exist as a church. I want us to see clearly what it means to be a redeemed society in the midst of an unredeemed culture—to be a welcoming committee for the downtrodden, lonely, lost, broken, and unsaved. To do that, we need to see how the gospel works in our liv…
 
Though the apostle Paul took up the calling to preach the gospel to the Gentiles, he still had a heart for his people, the Jews. Even in their rejection of Jesus, Paul wanted them to know that God had not abandoned them. In this teaching, we see how Paul used Old Testament passages to emphasize that the gospel is for anyone who will receive Jesus a…
 
Génesis 5: 12-21, 4:17; Lucas 3:37; Judas 1:14-15; 1 Crónicas 1:2. Adán-hombre (Adomah, Adam) Set-designado (appointed) Enós- mortal, sujeto a la muerte. (Enosh) Cainán- afligido(sorrow)(Kenan) Mahalael(the blessed God, praise God) El: Dios, la presencia de Dios Jared-desciende (shall come down) Enoc (Enoch)-(initiate, teaching, dedicated, commence…
 
Everyone loves a garden, even if they’re not a gardener. We love the splendor, freshness, and life found in gardens. The Bible is full of gardens, covering the entire scope of Scripture from Genesis to Revelation. There’s some truth to the adage that God’s plan always includes a garden. In this teaching, Skip Heitzig looks at four gardens in the Bi…
 
Génesis 5: 4-11; 1 Crónicas 1: 1-4; Génesis 4:25; Lucas 3:36-38; Génesis 1:28, 2:17, 3:19, 6:17; 1 Crónicas 1:2. 930 años Adán - Adomah -Adam(man) - hombre 912 años Set -appointed - designado 905 años Enós - Enosh(mortal) -sujeto a la muerte 910 años Cainán -Kenan(sorrow, sorrowful)- afligidoPor Onilda Welch
 
Yes, there will be peace on earth. It’s coming. It’s real. And it won’t just be a spiritual kingdom in the hearts of God’s people. This will be a literal worldwide peace brought on by the dominion of a righteous King. After several millennia of giving war a chance, the earth will finally enjoy the Prince of Peace giving peace a chance. Today we con…
 
Jesus' own people, the Jews, had rejected Him, but the apostle Paul wanted to be clear about one important thing in his letter to the Romans: God was not done with the nation of Israel. In this study, Skip Heitzig begins to lay out God's plans for His chosen people, as explained by Paul, and you'll discover why this is significant for you today. Th…
 
People have been going to war for centuries. Conflicts and clashes are part of our history both as a civilization and as a nation. But there are three wars that are being fought everywhere in the world right now, even sadly among Christians. These three wars steal our peace, divide our hearts, and insult our God. James tackled these three wars head…
 
In the opening chapters of Romans, Paul looked at the world's righteousness and his own righteousness next to God's righteousness—and he despaired. But in chapter 8, he looked to Jesus and the righteousness He freely gives—and Paul rejoiced. In this study, Skip Heitzig explains why Romans 8:28 is a great place for weary and anxious hearts to rest a…
 
Génesis 5: Descendientes de Adán. Breve introducción y lectura Aunque a simple vista este capítulo de Génesis parezca solo informativo al nombrar a los descendientes de Adán, cuantos años vivieron, etc. es muy fascinante lo que vamos a descifrar en este capítulo durante el próximo podcast. Porqué vivieron tantos años? Quién fue Matusalén? el mister…
 
A peace treaty is a legal agreement between two or more hostile parties, usually countries or governments, which formally ends a state of war between them. The most important agreement in the history of humanity was when Jesus died on the cross. That single act brought a state of peace between God and the people who choose to live under His reign. …
 
With a tone of desperation and defeat, Romans 7 painted a dark picture of humanity. But Romans 8 begins with a declaration for believers of no condemnation before God and ends with the beautiful reminder that we have no separation from God. In this message, Skip Heitzig shares what a new life in Christ means for you, including how the Holy Spirit t…
 
According to data from Mental Health America, the number of people reporting anxiety is at an all-time high. That’s understandable given the recent crises the world has faced. But let me suggest something: there will always be another crisis, another calamity, another difficult season. We will always be faced with the challenge of some problem. Is …
 
As Christians, we live much of our lives being pulled in different directions by our two natures: the old and the new. How can we successfully struggle against and defeat our old nature, the flesh? Skip Heitzig shares a fourfold battle strategy in this teaching, explaining your relationship to the law and what that means for you today. This teachin…
 
Though peace cannot be found nationally, internationally, politically, or societally, what about personally? Well, the Bible has a lot to say about personal peace, and Isaiah 26 hosts one of the great promises of it. Though the biblical context of this chapter has an eschatological setting, today we will explore five fundamentals about personal pea…
 
Being justified before God because of what Jesus did on the cross gives us as believers a whole host of benefits. Paul expounded on some of these benefits in Romans 5, explaining how sin entered the world through the one man Adam, but we can be saved through another man: Christ. In this message, we learn that even though we're sinners by nature, ou…
 
Génesis 4: 13-15; Deuteronimio 28: 64-67; Isaías 1:15; Génesis 5:4; 9:5-6; Josué 6:15; Romans 3:23; Génesis 3:21; Ezequiel 9:4, 6. Nunca es tarde para arrepentirse. Caín no se arrepintió y fue castigado. Recuerda que Dios te ama. Dios quiere que te acerques a El. Si no tienes una relación con El, establécela. Si ya la tienes, mantenla. Si te has al…
 
One of the easiest things in the world is to march for peace; one of the hardest things in the world is to make peace. What does it mean to be a peacemaker and how can it best be done? Today we consider the great beatitude of Jesus, “Blessed are the peacemakers” and the unique place of the child of God in this role. We also cover some practical ste…
 
The apostle Paul viewed every experience he had as a divine appointment, and that shaped his perspective on life. It's how he could write such a joyful letter to the Philippian church while he was in prison. It all boiled down to his focus: his Lord, Jesus Christ. In this message, Joseph Gros explores Paul's devotion to Christ and shares how you ca…
 
Génesis 4: 9-12 Caín disuadido para no pecar mientras que Adán fue persuadido para pecar Genesis 3:9; Dios es verdad, Satanás es la mentira Juan 8:44; La sangre derramada Hebreos 12:24; Numeros 35:33; Expiación en caso de asesinato Deuteronomio 21: 1-9; Ama a tu prójimo, todos somos hermanos Mateo 23: 36; Apocalipsis 6: 9-10 Dios castiga el asesina…
 
Everyone seems to have a cause these days. All of us want to be part of something bigger than ourselves. The problem is that we as the church won’t really succeed in changing the world if we only use the world’s tools and systems to do so. In this message, Nate Heitzig explains that if you want to see society truly change, you need God’s love. Down…
 
At the beginning of Romans, the apostle Paul systematically conveyed why humankind is in bad shape before a holy God: on our own, we cannot achieve right standing before Him. As Paul laid this bleak foundation in preparation for the great news that is Jesus, he anticipated objections to his case and supplied clarifying answers. In this study, we le…
 
Génesis 4: 6-8 Primer asesinato en la Biblia. La rebelión del hombre contra la humanidad. Abel, el primer mártir. Jonás 4:4; Juan 8:44; 1 Pedro 5:8; Números 32:23; Job 11: 14-15; Romanos 6:12, 16; 2: 6-11; 3:16; Santiago 1:13-15; Isaías 3:10-11; Mateo 23:35; Lucas 11:51; 1 Juan 3:12; Hebreos 11:4; Mateo 22:37-40 Una persona debe reconocer sus pecad…
 
With the Global Peace Index the lowest it’s been in a decade and the Misery Index at a high, it’s hard to believe that peace is within reach in today’s world. But peace is possible. Jesus promised it to His followers, and the only place you’ll hear about true peace is the church. In this teaching, Skip Heitzig begins a new series, unpacking four as…
 
Génesis 4: 1-5 Números 31:17; Génesis 3:15; Hebreos 11:4, 9:22; Levítico 17:6; Números 18:17; 2 Samuel 24:24; Génesis 22: 13-14; Proverbios 21:27. Kahyin(hebreo)-Caín (adquicisión, posesión, "lo tengo"). Sacrificio del holocausto (de adoración) (burnt offering) Sacrificio del pecado (sin offering)Por Onilda Welch
 
Génesis 3: 23-24 Romanos 6:23; Genesis 2:5, 9, 8; 3:17-18, 4:2, 9:20; Exodo 25:18-22; Ezequiel 10:1; 1 Reyes 6: 27; Exodo 26:31-33, 30: 10; Isaías 6:2; Judas 1:9; 1 Tes 4:16; Apocalipsis 12:7; Daniel 10:13; Lucas 1:26-38; Hebreos 2:16, 1:14; Apocalipsis 19:10, 22:1-2; Col 2:18; 1 Pedro 4:8; Hebreos 8:13; Salmo 119:11 Angeles: serafines, arcángeles …
 
Genesis 3:22 Génesis 2:9; 1:26; Gálatas 5:22; Santiago 1:23-25; Apocalipsis 21 y 22. Dios (Trinidad) Padre Hijo Espíritu Santo Adán antes del pecado: Cuerpo (Fisico y visible) (Body) Alma (invisible) (Soul) Mente(consiente/subconsciente)(Mind- inglés) Voluntad (libertad de escoger (Will -inglés) Emociones (alegre, triste, etc.)(Emotions-inglés) Rel…
 
Génesis 3:19-21 "....Pues polvo eres, y al polvo volverás" Adán le da el nombre a la mujer El Primer Sacrificio La vestidura de piel Gen 2:7; Salmo 90:3, 103:14, 104:29; Gen 5:5; Job 34:15; Eclesiastes 3:20, 12:7; Romanos 5:12, 8:19-21, 3:22; Gen 3:7; Isaías 61:10; 2 Cor 5:2, 3 & 21; Romanos 3:22; Juan 3:16.…
 
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