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SUFFERING_TTL_BLANK.jpg¿POR QUÉ PASAN MAL COSAS? DIOS REVELA Y OCULTA

Pastor Maria Khaleel

Terrible things happen every day to "good" people. How do you explain such things?  How do you reconcile such things with the fact that God is a good and loving God? Deut. 29:29 says "The secret things belong unto the Lord our God; but those things which are revealed belong unto us and to our children for ever, that we may do all the words of this law.”
I believe this verse, sets an essential foundation from which to address the question “Why do bad things happen to good people?”

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Father_s_Day_18_ttl.jpg¡EL MEJOR PADRE NUNCA!

Pastor Maria Khaleel

Father’s Day brings about different feelings for many. Some never knew their father or grew up without a father perhaps due to divorce. Some have had a painful relationship with their father. However, regardless of your experience, good or bad, there is one Father that we all celebrate today, who is the hands down, the Best Father Ever. And that’s why we all have reason to rejoice today!

And Dads, what a great privilege and honor to bare the same title that God uses to describe His relationship with us, as our heavenly Father. As a Christian father, that privilege carries a great responsibility to be the kind of father that is a reflection of our heavenly Father.

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Pastor Jose Pagan

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Pastor Ana Lopez

When we face injustice and hurt, we can either grow in grace or grow in bitterness. God’s word says “You must grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord.” A very important part of spiritual maturity is growing in grace. In this sermon, we will consider how to grow in grace for daily life

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miracles18_ttl_BLANK.jpgMILAGROS TODAVIA SUCEDEN: LO QUE JESÚS QUERE HACER EN LA IGLESIA HOY

Pastor Maria Khaleel

Jesus went to the synagogue and during the service, he set free a woman who had been crippled for 18 years, afflicted by an evil spirit. This is what Jesus wants to do whenever we gather for worship. He wants to heal the sick and set free the bound. He wants to move miraculously.

We need to come with expectancy that He will heal, deliver and work miraculously, because He declares that as the Spirit Anointed Savior or Messiah, He came to proclaim good news to the poor, and to heal the sick and set free those that are oppressed (Lk 4:18-19). That is His mission, the purpose for which He came.

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miracles18_ttl_BLANK.jpgMILAGROS TODAVIA SUCEDEN: DIOS HA VENIDO A AYUDARNOS

Pastor Maria Khaleel

This woman had not sent for Jesus, she did ask Jesus to raise her son back to life but Jesus came anyway. He was moved with compassion toward her, and he intervened in her situation and raised her son back to life. In response, the people worshiped and praised God exclaiming “God has come to help His people.”

That is the truth revealed in every miracle Jesus performed – God’s heart is moved with compassion towards us and God has come to help us! That is the good news of the Gospel, and it is the good news God wants us to know and believe.

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Mouth_ttl_blank.jpg¡CUIDA TU LENGUAJE! CORREGIR CORRECTAMENT LA CORRECIÓN

Pastor Maria Khaleel

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nl_podcast_icon.jpgPastor Jose Pagan

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miracles18_ttl_BLANK.jpgLOS MILAGROS TODAVIA SUCEDEN: SORPRESA JESÚS

Pastor Maria Khaleel

On one occasion, Jesus was amazed or surprised by a Roman centurion’s faith, saying “I have not found so great a faith in all Israel (Matt 8:10), but at Nazareth, his home town, Jesus was amazed or surprised by their lack of faith. Their lack of faith limited what He could do in their midst. Everywhere else Jesus’ ministry abounded with miracles.

Jesus did not lack the power to do more miracles, the people lacked the faith to receive more miracles. Without faith, we limit what God can do in our lives and in our midst. So today, we want to learn from the lack of faith found in Nazareth, so that we will not limit what God wants to do in and among us. Let us surprise Jesus with great faith, not a lack of faith.

 

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