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DOMNUL ESTE APROAPE- GBV

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Joi, 1 Noiembrie 2018

Ochii tăi să fie pe ogorul care se seceră și mergi pe urma lor.

N-am poruncit eu slujitorilor să nu te atingă? Și, dacă-ți

este sete, du-te la vase și bea din ce scot slujitorii.Rut 2.9

Tineri din Scriptură – Tinerii slujitori ai lui Boaz

Citim că Rut a fost îndemnată de Boaz să meargă la vase și să bea din ce aveau să scoată slujitorii (tinerii). În această scenă deosebit de frumoasă vedem că tinerii scoteau apă din fântână și o turnau în vase. Acești tineri slujitori sunt o imagine a celor care au primit de la Domnul darul de a prezenta Cuvântul lui Dumnezeu pentru înviorarea celor sfinți. Acest lucru s-a întâmplat chiar și literal în istoria Adunării. Apostolii erau aproape toți tineri atunci când Domnul i-a chemat. De asemenea, în timpul marilor treziri, oamenii care au jucat un rol important în aceste mișcări au fost în marea lor majoritate tineri.

Totuși, spiritual vorbind, vârsta naturală nu are importanță, iar tinerii slujitori de aici îi desemnează pe toți aceia care, indiferent de vârstă, fac eforturi pentru a înviora poporul lui Dumnezeu. Ei și-au dedicat viețile rugăciunii și slujirii Cuvântului (Fapte 6.4). Apostolul Ioan descrie ceea ce este caracteristic tinerilor: „V-am scris, tinerilor, pentru că sunteți tari, și Cuvântul lui Dumnezeu rămâne în voi, și l-ați învins pe cel rău“ (1 Ioan 2.14).

Boaz este stăpânul ogorului și îi distribuie pe tinerii săi în slujire așa cum dorește el. Ce imagine a Domnului nostru înălțat, care a dat oameni ca daruri pentru instruirea și echiparea sfinților (Efeseni 4.12)! Boaz le poruncește tinerilor să n-o înfrunte pe Rut și să n-o certe pentru că strângea spice în urma secerătorilor (versetele 9 și 15). Cât de grijulii și de atenți trebuie să fim atunci când slujim sfinților și când îngrijim de sufletele lor, pentru ca astfel să dăm o bună mărturie despre Stăpânul ogorului!DOMNUL ESTE APROAPE NOIEMBRIE (1)

 B Reynolds

SCRIPTURILE ÎN FIECARE ZI

Jean Koechlin -Volumul V

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1 NOIEMBRIE

Iacov 3.1-18

           După cum credinţa, dacă există, se manifestă în mod ne­cesar prin lucrări, tot aşa întinarea se exteriorizează, mai de­vreme sau mai târziu, prin cuvinte. Orice maşină cu aburi are o supapă prin care suprapresiunea răbufneşte irezistibil. Dacă lăsăm să crească această «presiune» fără s-o judecăm, ea se va trăda inevitabil prin cuvinte pe care nu le vom putea stă­pâni. Astfel Domnul ne face să constatăm necurăţia buzelor noastre (Isaia 6.5) şi ne arată sursa interioară: prisosul inimii (Matei 12.34; 15.19; Proverbe 10.20). Prin judecata de sine însă, ne invită să despărţim „ce este de preţ de ce este fără preţ”, pentru a fi precum gura Lui (Ieremia 15.19).

            Există înţelepciune şi înţelepciune. Cea de sus, ca ori­ce dar desăvârşit, coboară de la Tatăl luminilor (cap. 1.17). Trăsăturile ei ne vor face s-o recunoaştem: este mereu curată, fără voinţă proprie, activă în bine.

            Ar trebui să recitim aceste versete ori de câte ori suntem pe cale să ne întrebuinţăm rău limba: pentru ceartă, minciună (v. 14), vorbire de rău (cap. 4.11), lăudăroşenie (cap. 4.16), cârtire (cap. 5.9), jurăminte sau vorbe uşuratice (cap. 5.12; Efeseni 4.29; 5.4). Cu alte cuvinte, de cât de multe ori pe zi!SCRIPTURILE ÎN FIECARE ZI VOLUMUL V- NOIEMBRIE

CUVÂNTUL LUI DUMNEZEU PENTRU ASTĂZI

1 NOIEMBRIE_OFERĂ-I LUI DUMNEZEU PRIMELE TALE ROADE

„Cinstește pe Domnul… cu cele dintâi roade din tot venitul tău” (Proverbe 3:9)

Solomon scrie: „Cinstește pe Domnul cu averile tale, și cu cele dintâi roade din tot venitul tău: căci atunci grânarele îți vor fi pline de belșug, și teascurile tale vor geme de must.” (v. 9-10). Oamenii care au auzit aceste cuvinte se întrețineau din munca pământului și din turmele de care aveau grijă. La fiecare recoltă sau de fiecare dată când fătau animalele,  ei duceau la Templu primul snop sau vițelul întâi născut și le ofereau Domnului. Acestea se numeau „cele dintâi roade.” Astfel ei recunoșteau că „tot ce am vine de la Dumnezeu și îi aparține lui Dumnezeu. Si tot ce voi avea nevoie în viitor depinde de bunătatea lui Dumnezeu fața de mine.” Niciodată nu vei auzi un principiu de gestionare a banilor mai important decât acesta: dă-i lui Dumnezeu „cele dintâi roade”, nu resturile! Omul de afaceri Arthur DeMoss a fost un titan al credinței și un om caritabil care a donat milioane lucrării lui Dumnezeu și a lăsat în urma sa o fundație care să-i ducă mai departe moștenirea. Domnul DeMoss a spus că pentru a avea succes trebuie să-i oferi lui Dumnezeu primul cent din fiecare dolar, prima oră din fiecare zi si prima zi din fiecare săptămână. Poate întrebi: „Asta înseamnă că Dumnezeu nu mă iubește dacă nu dau zeciuială?” Nu! Tu nu poți face nimic pentru a câștiga dragostea lui Dumnezeu;  cu toate acestea, faptul că dai zeciuială ele bună voie demonstrează ascultarea și dragostea ta față de Dumnezeu.CUVÂNTULLUI DUMNEZEU PENTRU ASTAZI-NOIEMBRIE 2018

coordonatori Bob & Debby Gass

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SĂMÂNŢA BUNĂ

Joi, 1 Noiembrie 2018

„Nu te chinui ca să te îmbogățești, nu-ți pune priceperea în aceasta.

Abia  ți-ai aruncat ochii spre ea și nu mai este;căci bogăția își face aripi…“ Proverbe 23.4,5

Tunelul fără capăt

Aristoteles Onassis a fost un armator grec renumit, unul dintre cei mai bogați oameni ai timpului său. Fără îndoială, a fost invidiat de mulți. Dar ce i-a rămas din bogăție? În 15 martie 1975, Onassis a murit la 69 de ani în urma unei aprinderi la plămâni. El a rostit propoziția: „Cine afirmă că banii ar fi totul, acela dovedește că nu a avut niciodată bani!“ Pe patul de moarte i-a recunoscut unui prieten: „Am fost doar o mașină de bani. Mi-am petrecut viața într-un tunel de aur, cu privirea îndreptată spre ieșire unde am sperat deplină mulțumire și fericire. Dar tunelul nu ia sfârșit. Nimic nu-mi mai rămâne după moarte.“

Un tunel fără capăt! Intri în el – poate entuziasmat și plin de speranță – dar fără Dumnezeu. Cu cât mergi mai departe, cu atât devine mai întunecos. Cândva se observă că din tunel nu mai este nicio ieșire. Şi atunci? Trebuie să recunoști calea greșită, să te întorci cu 180 de grade, să recunoști înaintea lui Dumnezeu păcatele tale și să te întorci la El. Atunci îți apare lumina de la crucea de la Golgota, unde Isus Hristos a ispășit păcatele acelora care cred în El. Cine se întoarce așa la Dumnezeu, devine într-adevăr bogat, pentru că posedă acum bogății veșnice. Calea sa prin viață este rezumată în Proverbe 4.18: „Dar cărarea celor neprihăniți este ca lumina strălucitoare, a cărei strălucire merge mereu crescând până la miezSĂMÂNŢA BUNĂ NOIEMBRIE

CELELALTE 10 MEDITATII CLASICE- SE GASESC  POSTATE  IN TOATE LUNILE ANULUI  2016 LA ADRESELE URMATOARE

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Do you live in “Hauntington”?

October 31, 2018  |  
town has changed its name to “Hauntington” at the urging of a seven-year-old.

Second grader Angelica Dee Cunningham wrote to the town council of Huntington, New York, suggesting that they make the switch for Halloween. To her surprise, they agreed.

Their decision may be a parable for our culture today.

Americans are not unique in celebrating Halloween. Romania has a Day of Dracula; Japan stages a giant parade; children in the Philippines go door to door to ask for prayers for those in Purgatory.

Nor do we devote more time and money to Halloween than other holidays. We will spend $9 billion this year on costumes, candy, and decorations. However, our Halloween spending pales in comparison to our spending on Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Easter, and Christmas.

Nonetheless, I believe Halloween may reveal more about American culture than any other holiday. Here’s why.

How many Americans will participate in Halloween?

“Halloween” is a contraction of “All Hallows’ Eve,” the evening before All Saints’ Day. Tomorrow, the Catholic Church will focus on the saints of the Church. This tradition began in AD 609 and encourages participants to remember and emulate the heroes of the faith.

Tonight, by contrast, the focus will be strikingly different. Fifteen million American adults will dress in costumes; witches are most popular, followed by vampires, zombies, and pirates. If your neighborhood is anything like mine, you’ve been haunted by ghosts, skeletons, and dragons for weeks.

Some 69 percent of Americans plan to participate in Halloween today. Since that is three times the percentage of Catholics in America, it is clear that far more people will observe Halloween than All Saints’ Day.

What two mistakes do we make about the devil?

My point transcends popularity, however. How much time do Americans really focus on being thankful at Thanksgiving? How much attention do we really give Jesus on Christmas Day?

By contrast, fascination with the figures of Halloween is clearly on the rise in America.

Witches made national headlines when they gathered to “hex” Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The US witch population has seen an “astronomical rise,” according to one report. Recent studies indicate that Wicca is now the fastest growing religion in America.

Satanism is growing in our culture as well. Satanist students at Clemson University recently held a “Bible torching” ceremony. A member of the so-called Satanic Temple was allowed to make an opening prayer to Lucifer at a local council meeting in Alaska.

C. S. Lewis: “There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils. One is to disbelieve in their existence. The other is to believe, and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them. They themselves are equally pleased by both errors and hail a materialist or a magician with the same delight.”

What is the lure of the occult?

Dressing our children in innocuous costumes and taking them to the neighbors to collect candy is a fun tradition. Participating in occult practices, today or any other day of the year, is both sinful and perilous.

The lure of the occult is simple: power. It is another version of Satan’s first temptation: “You will be like God” (Genesis 3:5). Horoscopes and fortune-tellers promise the ability to predict and control the future. Occult rituals claim to offer an empowering connection with spiritual forces.

The explosion of fascination with astrology and the occult is not surprising. Researchers connect such interest directly to stress, noting that we search for comfort and coherence in times of chaos and confusion. And the power and pleasure offered by occult practitioners appeal to our existentialist, consumeristic culture.

But Satan is “a liar and the father of lies” (John 8:44) who “disguises himself as an angel of light” (2 Corinthians 11:14). His resume is simple: he “comes only to steal and kill and destroy” (John 10:10). He wants to attack God but cannot (Revelation 12:9), so he attacks those God loves as “a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour” (1 Peter 5:8).

All he offers costs far more than it pays. I’ve quoted many times the maxim, “Sin will always take you further than you wanted to go, keep you longer than you wanted to stay, and cost you more than you wanted to pay.” If you think you’re the exception, you’re being deceived.

That’s why God’s word forbids all occult practices (cf. Leviticus 19:3120:6Deuteronomy 18:10Isaiah 8:19Micah 2:5Revelation 21:8). And it’s why our Father calls us to “give no opportunity to the devil” (Ephesians 4:27).

What causes the devil to flee from us?

Let’s redeem Halloween by using today as an opportunity for ministry. In a time when it can be hard to know our neighbors, this is one day when they come to us. Pray about ways you can use this day to build relationships with them. A smile, a kind word, a “God bless you,” perhaps an introduction and conversation can build bridges for the gospel in months to come.

Let’s also use this day to remember that “we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness” (Ephesians 6:12).

In this battle, we have two jobs: “Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you” (James 4:7). When we submit to God, only then can we resist the devil. And only then will he flee from us.

Will Satan flee from you today?

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If we look back at Ephesians 5:3-5 it will tell u what Paul was talking about there 

Ephesians 5:11 with the unfruitful works of darkness Refers to the illicit behavior Paul mentioned in Eph 5:3–5. Such actions are characteristic of sin and death. 

Ephesians 5:3–5 (KJV 1900): But fornication, and all uncleanness, or covetousness, let it not be once named among you, as becometh saints; 4 Neither filthiness, nor foolish talking, nor jesting, which are not convenient: but rather giving of thanks. 5 For this ye know, that no whoremonger, nor unclean person, nor covetous man, who is an idolater, hath any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God. 

But if we just keep reading past that it talks about more what Paul trying to say.

Ephesians 5:6–10 (KJV 1900): Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things cometh the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience. 7 Be not ye therefore partakers with them. 8 For ye were sometimes darkness, but now are ye light in the Lord: walk as children of light: 9 (For the fruit of the Spirit is in all goodness and righteousness and truth;) 10 Proving what is acceptable unto the Lord.

Oh just read the whole thing lol and let not take just one verse to get your point across

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Halloween…Light vs. Darkness~ ✟

“Jesus have come as Light into the World, so that everyone who believes in Me will not remain in darkness.” ~John 12:46 ✟

 

The whole world lies in darkness and wickedness but we put so much emphasis on certain days as though Christ’s declaration that He would build His Church and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it has no effect on those days. 

2 Corinthians 4:3-7. 3 But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost: 4 In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them. 5 For we preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord; and ourselves your servants for Jesus’ sake.
6 For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ. 7 But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us.

Believers have been called to be light to a darkened world. 
A light shines no brighter by avoiding the darkness, any more than an army wins a victory by avoiding the enemy. 
It is time that believers took back the night.
The only way this is going to happen is if Believers in Christ Jesus take His Gospel to the enemy instead of “giving the night” to the devil. 

I for one refuse to give the enemy credit or victory for any day, and certainly not Halloween and Christmas or any other “special day”.

Do you think that Satanists, witches, atheists or other pagan worshipers cringe because “Christians” are more forceful or stronger against them on any special day?

When Paul went to Athens and come across the group of people that were “too superstitious” because they worshiped various gods, what did he do? 
He did not celebrate or worship with them. 
He did not go to other believers and tell them that the Athenians were evil and should be avoided. 
Nor did he leave. 
He used their own superstitions to “make known to them” the unknown God.
Acts 17:23 For as I passed by, and beheld your devotions, I found an altar with this inscription, To The Unknown God. Whom therefore ye ignorantly worship, him declare I unto you.
Romans 13:12-14. 12 The night is far spent, the day is at hand: let us therefore cast off the works of darkness, and let us put on the armour of light. 13 Let us walk honestly, as in the day; not in rioting and drunkenness, not in chambering and wantonness, not in strife and envying. 14 But put ye on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make not provision for the flesh, to fulfil the lusts thereof.
Ephesians 5:14-17. 14 Wherefore he saith, Awake thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give thee light. 15 See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, 16 Redeeming the time, because the days are evil. 17 Wherefore be ye not unwise, but understanding what the will of the Lord is.

“Not called!’ did you say? Not heard the call,’ I think you should say.
Put your ear down to the Bible, and hear Him bid you go and pull sinners out of the fire of sin. Put your ear down to the burdened, agonized heart of humanity, and listen to its pitiful wail for help. Go stand by the gates of hell, and hear the damned entreat you to go to their father’s house and bid their brothers and sisters and servants and masters not to come there. Then look Christ in the face — whose mercy you have professed to obey — and tell Him whether you will join heart and soul and body and circumstances in the march to publish His mercy to the world.”― William Booth.

Romans 10:13-16. 13 For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. 14 How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?
15 And how shall they preach, except they be sent? as it is written, How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things!
16 But they have not all obeyed the gospel. For Esaias saith, Lord, who hath believed our report?

WHAT IF??? Verse 16 was in reference to the preachers (believers) that were sent but did not obey, and therefore did not go??
They did not go, so did not preach?
They did not preach so none heard and none believed?


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women-reformation

October 31, 2017, marks the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation, and because I’m all theme-y and whatnot, I’m in the midst of a fantastic book called Reformation Women by Rebecca VanDoodewaard who I dearly wish were on social media so I could shamelessly fangirl her and make a general nuisance of myself by asking too many questions. Normally, I would actually finish a book before slobberingly commending it to you, but in case you like being all theme-y and whatnot too, and because time is of the essence, I’m throwing caution to the wind and telling you:

Get this book. Now. You’re welcome.

Normally, when we read about the Reformation, we’re reading about great preachers and leaders like Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, and Hus, but preaching was not the only work of the Reformation. And that’s one of the things that has captivated me about Rebecca’s book. All of the women included therein were strikingly courageous, tireless laborers, who contributed greatly  to the success of the Reformation, and they did it all while coloring inside the lines of biblical womanhood – doing vital work godly women are uniquely equipped by Christ to do. They opened their homes as a refuge to scores of Protestants (often including those aforementioned notable preachers and other integral leaders) fleeing for their lives from Catholic marauders. They set up prison ministries and fed and clothed the poor. They nursed their communities through the Plague. Those who were queens and princesses used their power to protect Reformers and change persecutory laws. Those who were married to pastors and leaders helped in their ministries and edited their books and papers. And they wrote. Poetry. Position papers. Booklets. Letters. What a happy discovery (for me, anyway) to find sisters of the quill from so long ago.

But these great ladies were not our only foremothers in the faith. For as long as God’s people have been God’s people, God’s people have rebelled and needed to be reformed. In fact, that’s the entire, overarching theme of the Old Testament- the need for Israel to reform from its idolatry. And all along the way we see faithful women like Deborah, Jael, Esther, Jehosheba, Jedidah, Huldah, Samson’s mother, and others willing to buck the trend of sin and rebellion and point the way back to God and holy living by their deeds and the example of their lives.

The New Testament gives us extraordinary examples such as the women who ministered to Jesus during His earthly ministry, stood by Him at the cross, and were the first ones at His tomb. Priscilla, Lydia, Dorcas, Eunice, Lois, Phoebe and other believing women soon followed, all lending their aid in their own unique ways to reforming dead, legalistic Judaism into biblical Christianity.

All of these great women of God, serving Him through thousands of years as only godly women can, laying the foundation with their blood, sweat, and tears, for the church we know today.

But have we “arrived”? Is the need for women to work for reform in the church a fast fading dot in the rear-view mirror of modern day evangelicalism? Judging from the articles I read and the e-mails I receive about the problems in the church, the answer to that question would be a big, fat “no.”

Perhaps armies of the Catholic “church” no longer hunt down fleeing Protestants. And, maybe Nero isn’t using Christians as torches for his garden parties any more (although there are certainly areas of the world where our brothers and sisters in Christ face similar threats every day). But the stealth, guerrilla warfare Satan has been waging against the Western church in recent decades might be even more damaging. Certainly, it’s more diffuse and wider spread. Instead of raping the bride of Christ, Satan has chosen instead to seduce her. Why forge an enemy when you can woo a lover?

False teachers. Word of Faith heresy. The New Apostolic Reformation. Abuse in the church. Biblical illiteracy. “Lone Ranger” Christians. Idolatry. Irreverence in the sanctuary.

For doctrinally sound Christians, it’s like being in that giant trash-masher with Luke, Leia, Han, and Chewie – surrounded by slime and garbage on all sides with the walls closing in, and, seemingly, no way out.

It is easy to see why the heart of the Protestant Reformation was Semper Reformanda– “always reforming.” The work of fighting for sound doctrine, biblical worship, and pure hearts and hands never, never, never ends.

So what does it look like to be a woman of the modern day Reformation? What can we church ladies do to help turn the tide of apostasy in Christendom? Permit me to nail eight theses to the door of your church.

1.
Realize You Can’t Change the World

None of the women named earlier in this article changed the world or the entire church. Not a single one of them. In fact some of them brought about great changes in their locales that were overturned in the years after their deaths.

The problems facing the church today are overwhelming. You’re one person. You can’t fix everything (and God doesn’t expect you to). Maybe you can’t even fix everything in your own church. But what you can do is determine to be faithful to Christ and His Word in your sphere of influence. Bloom where you’re planted. “Brighten the corner where you are“, as the old gospel song says. You can’t do everything, but what’s something you can do?

2.
Color Inside the Lines

One of the major problems plaguing the church today is Christian women who rebel against God’s word by stepping outside the boundaries God has drawn for women in the family and the church. Don’t shoot yourself in the foot by following suit in your zeal to reform. There’s plenty of work to be done by godly women – work that we’re better equipped for than men – without violating Scripture.

3.
Mind Your Demeanor

No, we shouldn’t be wishy washy milksops or mealy-mouthed shrinking violets. But we also shouldn’t be loud-mouthed harpies, brashly marching into hell with a water pistol (just trust my own failures on this one). We need to be velvet-covered bricks: soft on the outside, firm on the inside. We should attain to all the Christlike virtues of demeanor: patience, kindness, compassion, mercy, and grace mingled with an unyielding stand on Scripture and an uncompromising commitment to Christ. For some of us, the former comes easier. For some of us, the latter. But we must seek that godly balance as we go about the work of the Kingdom.

4.
Serve the Local Church

If you have rejected the mere idea of local church membership and think you’re going to bring about change from the outside as an unchurched (or functionally unchurched) writer, speaker, or Christian celebrity, you’re part of the problem, not part of the solution. The church is God’s plan for Christianity, not evangelical gurus. Do whatever you have to do to find a doctrinally sound one, join it, and get to work serving.


5.
Pray

When it comes to the church, fixing what’s broken doesn’t rest on your shoulders. Spiritual problems require spiritual solutions, and only God can bring those about. You can defend Scripture til you’re blue in the face or explain all day long why someone is a false teacher, but only God can lift the veil and enlighten the eyes of the heart. Be faithful in your efforts, but be more faithful in prayer. Like the persistent widow, grab hold of the Lord on behalf of the church and don’t let go.


6.
Teach Other Women

In my experience, the number one way false doctrine enters the church is through women’s ministry and women’s “Bible” study. You want to work for reform in the church? Work on reforming your church’s women’s ministry. Explain to your sisters why that divangelista is a false teacher. Request Bible study classes that study the actual Bible. Volunteer to organize the next women’s conference or retreat and schedule doctrinally sound speakers. Teach a women’s or girls’ Sunday School class. Transform the church by transforming the hearts and minds of women.


7.
Help

The book of Exodus tells the story of Israel’s battle with Amalek. When Moses held up his arms, Israel prevailed. When he let down his arms, Amalek prevailed. Eventually, Aaron and Hur came alongside Moses and held up his arms for him so that Israel could win the battle. Who was more important to Israel’s victory in this story- Moses or Aaron and Hur? If you answered “both,” you’re correct. Israel couldn’t have won without Moses holding up his hands, but Moses couldn’t have held up his hands without Aaron and Hur. Most of the women of the Old Testament, New Testament, and Protestant Reformation who effected godly change among God’s people were not Moseses. They were Aarons and Hurs. What can you do to hold up the arms of your pastor, your elders, your husband, your church?


8.
Stand

Make sure you know your Bible backwards, forwards, and upside down in context. Know right from wrong, the biblical from the unbiblical. Learn what God’s word says, and stand. Don’t back down. Do it with a godly demeanor, but do it. Refusing to budge from the truth of Scripture might cost you your “church”. It might cost you your family and friends. It might cost you your job, your reputation, and your finances (as we’ve seen in recent years with Christians in the business world who have refused to cave to the homosexual agenda). But as our brothers and sisters who went to the fiery stake, the dank prison cell, and the gallows would tell you, fidelity to God’s Word is worth it. Loyalty to Christ is worth anything it might cost you. Stand.


Whether your women’s ministry is using a book by a false teacher, there’s a faction of backbiters in the church that needs to be quelled, or your pastor is overwhelmed and needs some help, there’s something in your church that you can pray about, help with, or work on to help it move toward spiritual health. The church needs discerning, biblically knowledgeable, mature Christian women to step up and fight ungodliness whenever and wherever we’re able. Will you be a courageous laborer in the modern day Reformation?

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Ce dulce-i cântarea 

Din neguri de timp ai venit într-o zi,
Din spații celeste, Rabuni,
Să mori pentru mine! De-atuncea, să ştii,
Nostalgic privesc mantia lunii!

Când noaptea se-aşterne pe lacul tăcut,
Străluce în taină, selena,
În suflet răsună un dor mai acut,
Ea-mi lasă pe brațe doar trena!

Sideful mă umple mai mult de mister,
Caut imnuri de slavă în umbre,
Cu cât mă afund, cu atât mai mult pier
Şi toate viziunile-s sumbre!

Dar zorii mă caută în bobii zglobii
De rouă căzută şi fină,
M-adună-n izvoarele Apelor Vii
Şi pune în mine Lumină!

Ce dulce-i cântarea ce vine de sus,
Când îngeri deschid partitura, 
Atuncea şi eu Îți dau slavă, Isus,
Căci mută nu poate fi gura!

Luceferi tresaltă pe bolta de-azur,
Dar Tu, Soare Sfânt, ești mai mare,
Ești Mielul din slavă și făr’ de cusur,
Ce dai lumii-ntregi vindecare!

Și eu, gârbovit de păcate, poveri,
Strigat-am plângând către Tine,
Isus, Adonai, Tu mi-ai dat noi puteri,
Ai pus duh statornic în mine!

De-atunci, când privesc răsărituri şi sori,
Văd haina cea albă de nuntă,
Pe Mirele Sfânt care vine pe nori
Şi îngeri în juru-I ce cântă!

Credința mă face să caut zi de zi,
S-ascult ce Cuvântul vorbește,
Să știți, taina vieții, sintagma “a fii”,
În Dragoste doar, se-mplineşte!

06/09/18, Deva- Lucica Boltasu

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IN STANGA EU LA 14 ANI CAND A VENIT MANTUIREA SI RASCUMPARATORUL IN VIATA MEA , SI DREAPTA SURIOARA MEA CORNELIA ,CARE INCA NU SI-A PREDAT VIATA DOMNULUI ISUS LA 73 ANI . NE RUGAM INCA PENTRU EA SI CEILALTI NECREDINCIOSI DIN FAMILIA NOASTRA .

60 ANI IN URMA 5 OCTOMBRIE 1958 LA 14 ANI AM FACUT ACEST LUCRU PRIN CREDINTA IN JERTFA DOMNULUI ISUS SI POCAINTA ,SI NU M-A DEZAMAGIT NICIODATA !LAUDAT SI SLAVIT SA FIE NUMELE LUI !

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