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triumphant_TTL_blank.jpgTRIUNFO: ¡LA VICTORIA ES NUESTRA!

Pastor Maria Khaleel

After more than 20 years of being oppressed by the Philistines, a fierce and longstanding enemy of Israel, God gave His people a tremendous victory. Samuel erected a memorial, and called it Ebenezer, which means Stone of Help, and declared “Thus far the Lord has helped us.”
Every time someone saw that stone it was a reminder that the Lord is our help. It was not reminder of their battles, or hardships but a testament to the faithfulness of God through it all.

As we look at the events that led to the building of this memorial, I believe God is speaking to us as a church, as we commemorate our 26th anniversary. This passage holds a very important message for us.

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Pastor Ana Loipez
What is encouragement all about? It’s about loving and talking to people. There is a time to be silent and listen when we walk alongside people, and there is a time to speak life-giving words of love. We are going to look at the languages of Love, Praise, and Prophecy and how these languages lift the spirit of others.

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triumphant_TTL_blank.jpgTRIUNFANTE: EL SEÑOR ES NUESTRA AYUDA

Pastor Maria Khaleel

To make certain that Israel would never forget the what God had done for them, Samuel set up a memorial stone and called it Ebenezer – which means stone of help. Samuel declared, "Thus far the Lord has helped us." Ebenezer stood as a tangible reminder of God’s great power and intervention on their behalf.

We need to set up our own Ebenezers, individually, and as a church to remind us that God is with us. He has helped us this far and He will not abandon us now.

As we are commemorating our 26th Anniversary as a church, this is an Ebenezer for us. This message helps us see the benefits of remembering that “thus far the Lord has helped us.”

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Mouth_ttl_blank.jpg¡CUIDA TU LENGUAJE! PALABRAS QUE VALE LA PENA ESCUCHAR

Pastor Maria Khaleel

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first_ttl_blank.jpgPRIMERA PRIORIDAD: OBEDECER PRIMERO

Pastor Maria Khaleel

God commands Elijah to go to this widow from Zarephath during a devastating three-year drought sent by God, Himself. In that day, widows, who had no male family member to depend on, were already in dire need, with few means of self-support, and the severity of the drought, made their condition all the more desperate. So it presses the question, why would God send Elijah to this widow; the least likely person to have anything to support and sustain Elijah? But God was teaching them both, and us a lesson to obey Him first. Elijah had to obey first to receive God’s blessing, the widow had to obey and feed Elijah first to receive God’s promise.

The spiritual principle is that obedience comes first and opens the door for the blessing to follow.

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Pastor Jose Pagan

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first_ttl_blank.jpgPRIMERA PRIORIDAD: BUSQUE PRIMERO

Pastor Maria Khaleel

Seek is defined as to "actively pursue" or "to go after." It is a verb, an action, and it is in the present tense, which means that it is something that we are to do on an ongoing basis. We are to seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness every day of our life.

Today, we want to look at the principle, the practice and promise of seeking first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness

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Avenidas de Aliento: Habilitando el Potencial en Otros

Pastor Ana Lopez 

 

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Special Guest Speaker: Rev. LaVerne Davis

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first_ttl_blank.jpgPRIMERA PRIORIDAD: ENDEREZAR NUESTRAS PRIORIDADES

Pastor Maria Khaleel

God has a lot to say about our priorities in the Bible. In fact, this is the main message of the Book of Haggai.

Life moves at such a fast pace that we can easily get caught up in the day to day routines, and lose focus of what should be our first priority. That which is most important, our relationship with God, gets lost amidst the busyness of life’s relentless demands. God twice calls us to "Give careful thought to your ways” or the KJV says “Consider your ways” (v 5, 7).

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