IGLESIA VIDA ABUNDANTE

 

¿Que dice la Biblia sobre el amor?

 

Muchísimo! Lo primero y mas importante es que

Dios es amor. 1Jn 4:8 y 16

Igual de importante es que Dios mostro su amor,

dando a su único hijo en sacrificio por los pecados,

todos los pecados, de la humanidad.

"De tal manera amo Dios al mundo que dio a su hijo

para que todo aquel que en el cree no se pierda

mas tenga vida eterna".  Jn.3:16

Dios comenzó el proceso pero ahora quiere

que nos amemos como el nos ama.

Los hombres deben amar a sus mujeres

como Cristo amo a la iglesia,

Los padres deben amar a sus hijos,

los hijos deben  honrar a sus padres en amor.

Debemos amar a nuestros amigos y aun a

nuestros enemigos!!! Debemos amar a los

hermanos en la fe., debemos amarnos unos a otros

así como el nos ha amado.  

Pablo describe al amor en una forma excelente

en 1 Cor 13:4, "El amor es sufrido es benigno,

no tiene envidia, no es jactancioso, no se envanece,

no hace nada indebido, no se irrita, no hace nada indebido,

no se irrita, no guarda rencor, no se goza de la injusticia,

mas se goza de la verdad, todo lo sufre, todo lo cree,

todo lo espera, todo lo soporta, el amor nunca deja de ser".

¿Es ese la forma de amor que estas practicando?

Todos necesitamos mejorar y Dios espera que lo

hagamos a su manera. El amor es la fuerza,

después de Dios, mas grande en el mundo.

Si amamos, reflejamos el amor de Dios

en nuestras vidas. Falta de amor hace una

vida miserable. Amor insincero, perturba,

amor verdadero trae gozo, paz alegría

y nos acerca mas a Dios.

Ama y harás a otros feliz. Ama y seras feliz.

 

 

Sent through Trials


Read Psalm 105:1 through 106:48

Published: May 27, 2017

British missionary Dr. Helen Roseveare braved many terrifying years in war-torn Congo. Retired and safely home, she found out she had breast cancer. Her friends were angry. Hadn’t God put her through enough pain? But, through the years, gentle Helen had learned that her strong, loving Father sometimes led her into trials so He could reach the lost through her. She began sharing Jesus with other breast cancer patients. These women might not have listened if Helen were not sent to be one of them.

And he sent a man before them—Joseph, sold as a slave (Psalm 105:17).

Joseph’s older brothers hated him and sold him as a slave. He was taken to a distant country, wrongly accused, and forgotten in prison. Joseph was not angry or bitter. He trusted that God had sent him into this trial and that God was going to use him in it. One day, God made Joseph a leader, and used him to rescue his family and thousands of others during a long, deadly drought.

If you are in a hard situation today, look around and consider how you may be able to help someone else.

Prayer Suggestion: Father, help me minister to the lost wherever and however You send me to them.

Quicklook: Psalm 105:16–22


 




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