“I’m proud to be a child of God”

When Tim Tebow starting to wear “John 3:16” under his eyes, in a few days span the Google was search by 92 MILLION for “John 3:16″…….now, another top athlete share his Faith in Jesus without shame!!!!

I encourage everyone to support the evangelism by athletes……how many Preachers or Pastors can challenge the world with 92 millions questions about Bible? …..look like the preacher athletes did, without pulpit, just by example!!!! “Preach every day, in any situation, and when is need, use also the words.”

God bless them!!!!!


Are you a cultural Christian or a biblical Christian?

Are you a cultural Christian or a biblical Christian? (Lightstock)

Cultural Christianity means pursuing the God we want instead of the God who is. It is the tendency to be shallow in our understanding of God, wanting Him to be more of a gentle-grandfather type who spoils us and lets us have our own way. It is sensing a need for God, but on our own terms. It is wanting the God we have underlined in our Bibles without wanting the rest of Him too. It is God relative instead of God absolute.

A biblical Christian is a person who trusts in Christ, and Christ alone, for his salvation. As a result of his saving faith he desires to be obedient to God’s principles out of the overflow of a grateful heart (see Rom. 1:5). Obedience doesn’t save us; faith does. This explains why some men can be cultural Christians—they have a saving faith, but they have not obediently made Christ Lord over all their lives. They have not allowed the Holy Spirit to empower them.

The man in the mirror will never change until he is willing to see himself as he really is, and to commit to know God as He really is. This objectivity anchors a man; it gives him the clarity of thought he needs to be a biblical Christian.

Is the man looking back at you in the mirror a cultural Christian or a biblical Christian?



Each of us has etched in our minds a very personal picture of where we want to be at age 30, 40, 50, 60. Our images are drawn with the greatest of expectations. However, sometimes our plans and expectations fall short of picture perfect. How do we construct and adopt realistic, yet GREAT, expectations? 

In this series, we’ll take an in-depth look at expectations in marriage, friendships, the marketplace, and our communities.

1). Great Expectations: MARRIAGE

Dr. Don Wilson  on 03 November 2013

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2). Great Expectations: FRIENDSHIP

Dr. Mark Moore on 10 November 2013

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“…….Among those groups, Kluczynski had listed, were those who believe America was founded on godly principles, Christians who take the Bible literally, and “fundamentalists”.  Kluczynski did not explain what he meant by “fundamentalists” but from the context it was clear he was referring again to those who took the Bible literally or “too seriously.”


While Kluczynski emphasized that sovereign citizens have a right to their beliefs, he was clearly teaching that the groups he had listed should be watched by law enforcement and should be treated with caution because of their potential to assault law enforcement.  Kluczynski explained why he believed these groups were dangerous saying they were angry over the election of a black president.  When someone in the group suggested the failing economy was probably much more to blame, Kluczynski intimated that those who are not going along with the changes in America will need to be controlled by law enforcement.  Kluczynski even later questioned some of the troopers present if they were willing and prepared to confiscate “illegal” weapons if ordered to……..”

READ MORE:   http://redstatements.co/colorado-state-police-and-homeland-security-target-christians/

The Marriage and The Bible……

Jose Luciano

Article by Jose Luciano, El Paso Texas

“What does the Bible say about gay marriage / same sex marriage?”

Whenever the Bible mentions marriage, it is between a male and a female. The first mention of marriage, Genesis 2:24, describes it as a man leaving his parents and being united to his wife. In passages that contain instructions regarding marriage, such as 1 Corinthians 7:2-16 and Ephesians 5:23-33, the Bible clearly identifies marriage as being between a man and a woman. Biblically speaking, marriage is the lifetime union of a man and a woman, primarily for the purpose of building a family and providing a stable environment for that family.

The Bible alone, however, does not have to be used to demonstrate this understanding of marriage. The biblical viewpoint of marriage has been the universal understanding of marriage in every human civilization in world history. History argues against gay marriage. Modern secular psychology recognizes that men and women are psychologically and emotionally designed to complement one another. In regard to the family, psychologists contend that a union between a man and woman in which both spouses serve as good gender role models is the best environment in which to raise well-adjusted children. Psychology argues against gay marriage. In nature/physicality, clearly, men and women were designed to “fit” together sexually. With the “natural” purpose of sexual intercourse being procreation, clearly only a sexual relationship between a man and a woman can fulfill this purpose. Nature argues against gay marriage.

So, if the Bible, history, psychology, and nature all argue for marriage being between a man and a woman—why is there such a controversy today? Why are those who are opposed to gay marriage/same-sex marriage labeled as hateful, intolerant bigots, no matter how respectfully the opposition is presented? Why is the gay rights movement so aggressively pushing for gay marriage/same-sex marriage when most people, religious and non-religious, are supportive of—or at least far less opposed to—gay couples having all the same legal rights as married couples with some form of civil union?

The answer, according to the Bible, is that everyone inherently knows that homosexuality is immoral and unnatural, and the only way to suppress this inherent knowledge is by normalizing homosexuality and attacking any and all opposition to it. The best way to normalize homosexuality is by placing gay marriage/same-sex marriage on an equal plane with traditional opposite-gender marriage. Romans 1:18-32 illustrates this. The truth is known because God has made it plain. The truth is rejected and replaced with a lie. The lie is then promoted and the truth suppressed and attacked. The vehemence and anger expressed by many in the gay rights movement to any who oppose them is, in fact, an indication that they know their position is indefensible. Trying to overcome a weak position by raising your voice is the oldest trick in the debating book. There is perhaps no more accurate description of the modern gay rights agenda than Romans 1:31, “they are senseless, faithless, heartless, ruthless.”

To give sanction to gay marriage/same-sex marriage would be to give approval to the homosexual lifestyle, which the Bible clearly and consistently condemns as sinful. Christians should stand firmly against the idea of gay marriage/same-sex marriage. Further, there are strong and logical arguments against gay marriage/same-sex marriage from contexts completely separated from the Bible. One does not have to be an evangelical Christian to recognize that marriage is between a man and a woman.

According to the Bible, marriage is ordained by God to be between a man and a woman (Genesis 2:21-24; Matthew 19:4-6). Gay marriage/same-sex marriage is a perversion of the institution of marriage and an offense to the God who created marriage. As Christians, we are not to condone or ignore sin. Rather, we are to share the love of God and the forgiveness of sins that is available to all, including homosexuals, through Jesus Christ. We are to speak the truth in love (Ephesians 4:15) and contend for truth with “gentleness and respect” (1 Peter 3:15). As Christians, when we make a stand for truth and the result is personal attacks, insults, and persecution, we should remember the words of Jesus: “If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated me first. If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world. That is why the world hates you” (John 15:18-19).


Elf on the Shelf? As Christian parents, why would some use a demonic diety such as this “cute” thing to control and terrorize their children into obedience in order to look forward to ushering in the chief demon of the season also known as “Santa Claus” ???” By Betty Covert Jesus

“You won’t find any reference to Santa in the Bible, but you will find him in most “Christian” homes and church dramas. Another thing of interest is this: Take the word SANTA, remove the “N” and place at the end…now you have what he really represents — SATAN.” By Jack Kirkland


din volumul “Slujitorul adevarat, Slujitorul care schimba lumea”

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     Peste tot in Biblie citim: “ Cuvantul Domnului a venit peste…”. Este nevoie de un cuvant puternic de la Domnul ca toti cei asupriti, depresati, toti cei care poarta haina intristarii sa fie ridicati spre lauda si veselie; un cuvant care sa provoace renuntarea la sac si cenusa si sa provoace un dans de bucurie inaintea Domnului ca al lui David si o cantare de lauda ca a lui Pavel si Sila in inchisoare.

     Prea multi slujitori in ziua de azi au pierdut bucuria, cantarea si manifestarea inaintea Domnului. Ingrijorarile si poverile vietii fac sa se piarda din obiectiv promisiunile lui Isus facute la Golgota. Slujitorul este intr-o continua lupta cu lumea de afara, cu cel rau si nu de multe ori cu membrii propriei congregatii. De multe ori povara devine atat de grea incat slujitorul nu mai vede nici un motiv de cantare si bucurie.

     Tocmai de aceea trebuie ca oamenii lui Dumnezeu sa stea in stransa legatura cu Cineva care poate indeparta norii, care poate elimina indoiala si izgoni tristetea. Tocmai de aceea trebuie sa am pe Cineva care, in vremurile cele mai intunecate sau in mijlocul celor mai aprigi batalii, sa fie alaturi de mine si sa-mi dea bucuria si pacea pe care lumea nu o poate intelege. Acest Cineva poate intr-adevar oferi o bucurie de nedescris. Acest Cineva poate inapoia tot ce diavolul a furat.

     Am nevoie de acele experiente care sa-mi insenineze din nou fata, fericirea care sa-mi cuprinda inima, sa-mi aduca cantarea pe buze si dansul bucuriei in picioare. Toti avem nevoie de acest fel de experiente care sa ia fiecare bucata a inimilor frante si sa le puna din nou impreuna.

     Neemia 8:10: “…caci bucuria Domnului va fi taria voastra”.

     Psalmul 40:3: “Mi-a pus in gura o cantare noua, o lauda pentru Dumnezeul nostru…”.

     Psalmul 77:6 ne spune despre “cantarile din noapte” iar Pavel si Sila au experimentat aceasta in inchisoarea din Filipe.

     Psalmul 100:1-2: “Strigati de bucurie catre Domnul, toti locuitorii pamantului!

     Slujiti Domnului cu bucurie, veniti cu veselie inaintea Lui.”

     Psalmul 149:1: “Laudati pe Domnul! Cantati Domnului o cantare noua…”.

     Iov 36:27: “Caci El trage la El picaturile de apa, le preface in abur si da ploaia…” Acest verset ne spune ca apa trebuie transformata in abur si sa se ridice inainte de a cadea jos sub forma de ploaie. La fel noi trebuie sa ridicam laudele noastre ca un abur spre Dumnezeu ca binecuvintarea Sa sa cada peste noi ca o ploaie.

     Eu voi lauda pe Domnul tot timpul, in orice situatie si in orice circumstanta. Nu voi astepta pana sa vad rezultate, sau pana ma voi simti mai bine, sau pana durerea va disparea din trupul meu, sau pana situatia financiara se va imbunatati, sau pana voi fi avansat la locul de munca, sau pana voi intelege orice experienta din viata mea.  Eu voi incepe sa-L laud pe Domnul chiar acum. Eu voi incepe sa-I multumesc chiar acum pentru ce a facut deja pentru mine, pentru ce face pentru mine si pentru ce va face in viitor.

     El merita toate laudele.

     Ii multumesc pentru ca sunt inca in viata, pentru ca am ajuns pana in ziua de astazi, pentru ca indiferent ce se va intampla cu mine El inca ma iubeste si supravegheaza sa nu mi se intample vreun rau, pentru ca stiu ca este pe tron de unde imi controleaza toata viata.

     Il laud pe El pentruca mi-a promis in Psalmul 91:11: “Caci El va porunci ingerilor Sai sa te pazeasca in toate caile tale”.

     Cand esti descurajat, lauda-L.

     Cand esti ranit si lovit, lauda-L.

     Cand esti bolnav, lauda-L.

     Cand esti atacat de dusmani, lauda-L.

     Cand nu intelegi ce se intimpla injurul tau, lauda-L.

     Cand lumea din jurul se intoarce cu susul in jos, lauda-L.

     Nu va trece prea mult timp si bucuria recunoasterii ca Dumnezeu inca este pe tron si ca-ti controleaza destinul va provoca o inviorare proaspata in inima ta.


Florin Ianovici – Matematica lui Dumnezeu

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Pagina – PREDICI Florin Ianovici

 de Mina Ianovici


Mă-ndepărtez de amăgire
Şi în visare nu mai cad.
Mai bună-i vrabia din mână,
Decât păunul de pe gard.

Nu mai compar viaţa cu visul,
Fiindcă am observat capcana.
Întind şi eu spre viaţă mâna,
Iar dup-aceea închid palma.

Spun „mulţumesc” la ce-am primit.
Nu mă mai uit în jurul meu.
Mă las şi de psihanaliză,
Prefer ce spune Dumnezeu.

Dacă nu-i rău, atunci e bine,
Nu îmi complic mintea prea tare.
Şi-aşa cum am mai spus ´nainte:
O las încolo de visare.

Notite din Predica, 25 Februarie 2012:

  • Aduceti-va aminte cand a-ti venit aici si n-ati stiut limba, cu frica… Si uitati-va la voi acuma… frumosi, calcati cu masini in parcare, o casa… traiti bine, nu puteti sa spuneti ca traiti rau. Vreau sa va spun pentru ce v-ati imbogatit. Daca noi nu ne-am imbogatit pentru cer, atunci toate…

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