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Subscribase para automaticamente recibir el Audio de la enseñanza en Espanol desde Capilla Calvario Albuquerque. Esta subscripción la dará cada mensaje en la forma MP3, y puede ser escuchada en su computadora o in su MP3. The Live Service AUDIO Podcast is a twice weekly bible study with Pastor Skip Heitzig from Calvary of Albuquerque. Subscribe and you can receive FREE MP3 files of the message for your iPod or other MP3 Player. Skip teaches expositionally through the entire Bible, verse by v ...
 
IGLESIA MONTE CALVARIO fue la primera Iglesia hispana evangélica en Calgary, tenemos mas de 27 años de predicar el evangelio de Jesús y defender la sana doctrina, tenemos el privilegio de llevar el evangelio a las personas de Calgary y de servir al pueblo de Dios no solo local sino en muchos países atravez de misiones por que entendemos y reconocemos la necesidad de nuestros hermanos y a la verdad la mies es mucha y poco son los obreros, tambien somos una comunidad de cristianos de varios pa ...
 
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Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote, “A grave, wherever found, preaches a short and pithy sermon to the soul.” What did he mean? Simply that cemeteries remind us of the unavoidable certainty of death. A grave should prompt us to think about our future on this earth; it’s the only real estate we’ll hold onto for a long while! The words in our text this week a…
 
People play games for a variety of reasons. Some play for enjoyment or socialization, some to prevent boredom, and some for challenge and achievement; but most play to win. Any good game strategist would say that knowing your opposition is one of the most important ways to succeed. In this message, Nate Heitzig examines our opponent, Satan, who use…
 
People have never been more attracted to the strange, the phenomenal, the abnormal, and the inexplicable as they are today. From interest in UFOs to government conspiracy theories to TV shows about any of the above, people are looking beyond the natural and into the supernatural. Likewise in New Testament times. The world was longing for a hero to …
 
The Crown is a Netflix series that boasts four seasons depicting the political life of Queen Elizabeth II of England. She wears the crown because Britain has a hereditary monarchy with the right to rule being passed down to family. But the apostle Paul speaks of a wholly different kind of crown—one worn by a disciplined athlete who won the footrace…
 
The TV comedy The Good Place depicts the popular notion that good people go to some kind of heaven when they die, typically because they have done good things. But did you know that the Bible teaches the exact opposite? In this story that Jesus tells about a lost sheep, we discover that the worst and most undeserving people who repent will experien…
 
A sage piece of advice is as follows: Live so that your son, when people tell him that he reminds them of you, will stick out his chest, not his tongue! On this Father’s Day, we examine the blueprint the Lord gave to His people after their deliverance from bondage. For God’s redeemed people, this was a reset—a chance for families and especially fat…
 
Bad habits are like weeds: they grow without effort and it’s hard to get rid of them! Most people excuse their bad habits as idiosyncrasies or "just being human." But stubborn habits have a way of mastering us if we won’t master them first. We all know the cycle of enjoying a forbidden pleasure, feeling guilty, repenting, enjoying a few moments of …
 
Though the nation of Israel had renewed their commitment to the Lord and emerged victorious over the Philistines, 1 Samuel 8 reveals the moment they once again rejected their God. Demanding that an earthly leader rule over them, the Israelites proved they did not want to relinquish control to the Lord. In this teaching, we are challenged to evaluat…
 
At the cross, God displayed the richness of His generosity. He was bruised and broken to redeem us back to Him. That good news transforms us and fuels our own generosity. In this message, Pastor Ben Courson considers a sevenfold, holistic, integrated redemption manifested by the generosity of Jesus. His generous love at the cross reached the downtr…
 
One of the greatest spiritual revivals in Jewish history happened under the guidance of the prophet Samuel. Twenty years after the Philistines returned the ark of the covenant to Israel, Samuel called on the people to put away their false gods, and they responded accordingly. In this teaching, we learn about God's holiness and discover the three st…
 
Jude was a fighter. And he told his audience that they needed to get in the ring and fight, too (see v. 3). But those who fight against the truth (the apostates) are powerful enemies and many well-meaning victims have fallen from their blows. Jude assured his beloved readers that our Coach and Trainer anticipated this fight, and He has us covered. …
 
Even today, people have a tendency toward being superstitious. This was true of both Israel and their ancient enemies the Philistines. When the Philistines captured the ark of the covenant, God got their attention by striking them with tumors. But instead of turning toward the Lord, they kept pushing Him away. In this section of 1 Samuel, we learn …
 
If you have ever tried to walk straight while aboard a ship being tossed by the ocean’s waves, you know how hard that is. The motion around you challenges the strength and the stability within you. If the New Testament repeatedly warns against falling away (see Matthew 13:1-9, 24-30; 1 John 2:18-19), if the apostles predicted that many would “depar…
 
Eli the priest honored his sons above the Lord by letting them get away with ungodly actions. While the dire consequences of Eli's choice unfolded, the Lord raised up a godly prophet who would point the people of Israel back to Him. In this message, Skip Heitzig shares why it's important for your children to see your love for the Lord, encouraging …
 
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…
 
During the time of 1 Samuel, the nation of Israel underwent a difficult period of transition from a theocracy to a monarchy: God wanted to rule over His people, but they wanted a king to rule over them. In this study, we see one woman's example of heartfelt prayer and resilient faith as we witness the beginning of the prophet Samuel's ministry. Thi…
 
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 …
 
The church, Christ's body, is a group of imperfect but redeemed people, and the apostle Paul earnestly called on these saints to love, serve, and build unity. As we close our study in the book of Romans, we see Paul's warm acknowledgment for those who served with him, and we learn vital principles to help us become stepping-stones of spiritual grow…
 
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…
 
In Romans 13, the apostle Paul broached the subject of governing authorities. While it can be a complicated topic, God's instruction delivered through Paul is clear. In this study, Skip Heitzig considers the Christian's relationship to government and how you can be an honorable citizen and loving neighbor in this world. This teaching is from our se…
 
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…
 
In his letter to the Romans, Paul conveyed God's wrath at man's sin, His grace to cover that sin, His plan for His chosen people, and His will for all believers. In this study, Skip Heitzig explores what it means for Christians to be living sacrifices before the Lord and how God empowers His people with spiritual gifts. This teaching is from our se…
 
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…
 
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