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Saludos y disculpas por la molestia. Hola en el articulo de urban rivals me has revertido el articulo en el que ponia que aparte de olga y gaia,tambien hawkins era noel y tu dices que hago vandalismo? Mira no es por presumir pero soy nivel 31 y se muchas cosas de urban rivals asi que no digas que yo hago vandalismo porque eso esta equivocado-- Perdona si no es buen sitio.
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Hola, he agregado hace poco un enlace que consideraba interesante acerca de un diccionario visual en la entrada de "idioma castellano". Gracias por adelantado-- Mi nombre de usuario es caligatus. Muchas gracias-- Gracias por el comentario que me has dejado. Siento si no he actuado correctamente. He recibido un mensaje un poco amenazador donde se me aconseja no volver a hacer correcciones.
Un saludo cordial,. Lo has cambiado!!! Bueno, hubiera sido mejor poner "Duomo" pero "Catedral" puede pasar No entiendo lo de acto de vandalismo. Hola braulio, que programa utilizas para editar tan rapido? Por favor, que he revertido un blanqueo y eso no se agradece? Hola, informate bien y vas a ver que Luciano Castro va a participar en Malparida, por eso puse a esa telenovela en su filmografia. Muchas gracias. Muchas gracias! Muy buenas.
Lo siento si he molestado a alguien, pero simplemente he corregido algunos errores que he encontrado. Gracias y un saludo. Hola Superbraulio Espero tu comprension, con mucho respeto y atte. No hay de que. Ninguno se reduce al otro. Te agradezco me justifiques. Solo he tenido una equivocacion, a toddossss le pasa esto, o dime si eres perfecto Es como si buscaras tigre y te lo redirigieran a leon. Al menos deja el termino suelto para que otro intente definirlo e editarlo.
Me parece que estas haciendo uso del derecho que posees para monopolizar las politicas de esta enciclopedia. Al menos justificame los actos de "vandalismo" con que sales, las cosas no se dicen y ya. Por ultimo disculpa el tono, pero al igual que vos, tambien me aflige que se tomen conceptos tan serios y se los combinen de esa forma. Espero contar con tu apoyo en el seguimiento de la enciclopedia. Muy wenas Eh visto ke as revertido un cambio de el nuevo disco de Mezclas de Above Beyond Anjunabeats vol 8 ke saldra el 1 de julio de , y tanbien as borrao el nuevo single de con la voz Richard bedford - thing called love presentado en las nuevas fiestas trance!!!
Yo pregunto eh echo algo malo ke se pueda detectar como vandalismo, si es asi pido perdon!!! Pero weno!!! Podrias explicarme porque revertiste mis cambios. Cordial saludo. En esta frase: " Mel 23 mensajes 27 may UTC. Hola Super braulio, un placer. Te dejo el enlace de donde he sacado la noticia. Saludos y buen servicio. Todos los emenagogos son necesariamente abortivos. Revisa tus fuentes. A menudo no se han probado completamente en humanos y no siempre se han demostrado su seguridad y eficacia.
Te adjunto esto. Gracias Shad owx fox 1 jun UTC. En fin, disfrutadlo Si es por lo de Jurgen Melzer lo edite porque sabia que iba a perder. Hola braulio, me has borrado un saludo que le mandaba al Sr. Pues dejame ponerlas. Con los mejores deseos se despide tu colaborador wikipedista. Amigo, resulta que no hago vandalismo alguno. Saludos Descuide amigo, conozco la vida de patrullero de cambios recientes en la Wikipedia. Podria contribuir mas mediante esta Ip pero es dinamica. Usted no lo ve como una injusticia tremenda? Conteste por favor.
No tienes nada que agradecer, estamos para apoyarnos entre nosotros. Me gustaria saber a que articulo te refieres cuando dices que estoy cometiendo actos de vandalismo. Creo que antes de enviarme nada deberias identificarte. De todos modos pido disculpas por las ofensas o errores que pude haber causado.
Me llamo Antonela. Sos joven jeje. Bueno, nos vemos! Espero que no te haya molestado, chaus! You will get your reward as well if you are not careful to treat them appropriately. There is no favoritism. You are the same. That was radical. I was reading just this weak an article in the Smithsonian magazine about the first and the only, actually, slave trader who was put to death under laws that were ignored in the 19th century in America for 20, 40 years and finally with the advent of Lincoln into the presidency, they finally decided to put some teeth into the law and this particular guy, a slave captain, who was finally brought to justice as an example and that was just…..
But it also goes into, when this guy was caught in the high seas coming from Africa bringing the slaves and there are illustrations of how slaves were put into ships and brought in that long trip of thousands of miles from Africa into the new world. Everything in you revolts as to how civilized Christian nations like England and America could perpetrate this kind of systemic dehumanization and destruction of human life, this absolute disregard for the dignity of human being and excuse it economically and in other ways and even using the Bible.
It really shows you the levels of self delusion that mankind, even Christians, can bring themselves in order to justify their sinfulness and their cupidity, their just love for money and for property. You know, it is a stain upon the history of this nation forever. It will be there forever and I understand the horror and the indignation that many people who have been the object of injustice feel when they read passages like this.
You know, the 20, 21st century is a time of huge rebellion against injustice and against oppressors and so on and so forth. When we come to these passages, we have to say, no, I have to assume that this is correct. We cannot do that. I think one of the things that we need to understand here in this attempt at an apologetic, is the historical context of Christianity when Paul writes.
Christians refuse to ascribe divinity to Caesar, they do not worship Caesar. They say, we only worship God. No, we are team players as well. I think that idea dominates many things that the Apostle Paul says, or Peter as well. And a I believe that in the long term Paul is being strategic here. Unfortunately Christians have not exercised more integrity, I believe and we have allowed ourselves to be co-opted.
The church has often been co-opted by the powers of the military and economics and government, that we have cooperated a lot. But I think if the church would have kept intact the values of the word of God and wherever the values of the word of God are lived fully and ingested fully, and obediently and submissively, that word breaks through injustice. When you read the writings of somebody like William Wilberforce or the Quakers in the 18thcentury, here in America, and all the people who fought for the freedom of slaves, and the emancipation of women, and children were exploited in the workplace and debtors prisons and so on and so forth, you see that when the Christian ethic, as it finds itself in the word of God was embraced truly, there was no place for slavery and injustice.
And so, there is this evangelistic approach, I believe, that allows these passages to be understood so much better. I mean, we have to think also that the Christian outlook is not merely history bound. By the way, you guys are very quiet there, are you asleep or am I making…? The Christian outlook is as history bound as the 20th century or the 21st century is. You know, when modern rationalism takes over through the Enlightenment, even before that in the Renaissance, more and more you see that as the mind and modern reasoning begins to take over more and more western culture, the spirit takes more and more of a back seat, and history, the here and now, time and space, of course become much more encumbering, they acquire much more body, much more weight.
So that in the proportion that eternity recedes of course time and the now and history become much more important. And I think the essence of the modern in precisely this idea of we are history bound, we are time bound. And Christianity sees differently. You know, God sees things in terms of eternity. You know, if a million people die in a war, in a civil war, but something is won, I mean, is that million lives really worth? I mean, is the change worth that million lives? Could another way have been found? I think of communism and its fall. Communism imploded, it fell apart from the inside without lots of spilling of blood.
It was a systemic attack from all sides against communism and finally, bloodlessly that whole thing came down, came apart. It took 70 some years but I think it was better than a few million lives being lost through war confrontation that way. You know, the processes of God are very different. And I think all of these elements were playing in the mind of the Holy Spirit of God. Christianity, by the 4th century had taken over Rome and all the Roman Empire, and the Roman Empire was handed to the Christian church after many martyrs.
They took that mighty empire and brought it to its feet. But, you know, it took a while, but finally that whole thing came down when Constantine gave the church.
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But we achieved the victory, without going into revolution. Imagine what would have happened if Christians would have had the integrity to put into practice the values of the Kingdom of God once they had the power to do it. How different history might have been. Be the best workers, be the best slaves possible. I think he is using the most powerful weapon, the most revolutionary weapon, the most destructive, the most system tearing weapon that was ever devised: the cross, the power of the cross.
I think that I would have to go to Romans, chapter 12 for a moment just to expand us a little bit. Do not be proud but be willing to associate with people of low position. If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone. I will repay, says the Lord. On the contrary, if your enemy is hungry, feed him…. Destroy them by doing good and by working hard and bring the justice of God by doing the very opposite that the world requires. Do not be overcome by evil but, what?
You know the essence of how Christianity wages warfare, the true Christian ethos is through the cross. First, because it requires super human energy to embrace the principle of the cross. But, if you look at the principle of the cross, how did Jesus effect his destruction, or his defeat of evil? The Bible says that in the cross Jesus defeated the principalities and powers, and he exhibited them publicly and he also annulled all the accusations that were against us, in the cross. Totally immobilized, totally impotent, apparently defeated, ingesting a death that he did not deserve, and a shame that he certainly did not merit.
And in that absolute contradiction of power and of efficiency and of sense, through that totally counter intuitive way of doing things, Jesus defeated the most powerful force in the universe, aside from God, the power of evil, through the cross. He defeated it. And how do Christian defeat evil? You see, I would destroy what he represents, I would win a friend. It takes so much more to win a friend than to destroy and enemy. Make a friend of an enemy. And, so the power of cross to change history. This is, I think, what was implicated in this. God in his time will bring about a righting of the wrong.
He will do it in a systemic sort of way, meanwhile allow time for Christianity to expand itself, to throw its feelers and its influence into the inner workings of the culture and in time all of that will just come apart. It will be destroyed. Look at Philemon, if you have just a second here, and I see, why would the Holy Spirit include such a personal thing like this little chapter of Philemon? You know, the way… this is the Holy Spirit by the way speaking to humanity and to society.
This is God in a way, how he deals with humankind and with governments as a whole. Philemon is slave owner, Paul is his discipler and Philemon came to the Lord through Paul. Onesimus, his slave who had fled, left them, before he got to know the Lord and now has become a Christian and Paul is sending him back. Who would have done that? Well, Paul is sending him back.
In verse 12 of Philemon it says:. I would have liked to keep him with me, so that he could take your place in helping you while I am in chains for the gospel. You know, that hardness, that moral obtuseness that allows slavery will slowly be erased. This is the way God works with humanity.
God himself limits his absolute power by dealing with human beings in a much more tender, much more protractile long terms way. I did not want to do anything without your consent, so that any favor you do will be spontaneous and not forced…. Immediately a conflict was established between the righteousness of God and the absolute injustice of slavery and I know that God was predisposed to destroy that immoral building.
I mean, I wish we had time to really deconstruct what is being said there, but his is the way the Holy Spirit was speaking to the culture as a whole and any believer, any Christian, anybody who considers himself Christian, came under the ages of Christianity would have to contend with that feeling, that love for a slave, that increased dignity that all of a sudden was ascribed to that human being who before had none. So, again, these are very complex things. God is so much wiser, so much more righteous. We can never be more righteous than God.
Whenever we see any scandalous claims in scripture, just assume immediately, God is right and I simply have to find how he is right. So, we have a loving God. We have a just God, never oppress any human being whether he is a worker, a wife, a husband, a child, a drunkard in the street, a homosexual, whatever.
Children of God, made in the image of God, same as you, loved by God just as much as you. The imprint of God is in their life. Believers could never oppress a child of God. Anybody who did the opposite, they were imitators and they were impostors. All children of God, God has no favoritism. May we be a people of justice and a people of love, and a people of reverence for the human image, divine image also that is imprinted in each human being. Forgive us, forgive your people, forgive your church, forgive me for many times we do not speak the truth out of fear of man, many times we play with the truth and we do all kinds of mind games, of void …..
We thank you for the beauty of your word, may your church learn how to wield this sword of your word to put down injustice and to live righteous lives. Thank you for the time that you have had us here tonight, Lord. We bless you, we glorify you and we give you all the honor and all the credit for whatever good has come out of this time.
Pero si por causa de la comida tu hermano es contristado, ya no andas conforme al amor Porque el que en esto sirve a Cristo agrada a Dios y es aprobado por los hombres. No destruyas la obra de Dios por causa de la comida. Todas las cosas a la verdad son limpias, pero es malo que el hombre haga tropezar a otros con lo que come.
Bueno es no comer carne, ni beber vino, ni nada en que tu hermano tropiece, o se ofenda o se debilite. Tienes tu fe, tenla para contigo delante de Dios.
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Se ve que tengo hambre, ya son la una y pico de la tarde. Porque es verdad, en las iglesias hay mucha diversidad, hay cristianos que vienen de un trasfondo legalista, digamos, y bien estricto, pentecostal donde estornudar en el servicio es un pecado mortal. Hermano, ni tu ni yo tenemos derecho a juzgar a nadie. Juzgar quiere decir, ponerle una X a una persona y decir, esa persona no puede ser un cristiano. Amen, hermanos. Deje que Dios se encargue. Dios es poderoso. No se puede. De vez en cuando hay una limpieza y Dios mantiene Lo que tenemos que hacer es eso, no estar juzgando, ni yo mismo tengo derecho a estar haciendo eso en muchos caso.
Pero hay iglesias donde eso pasa y cogen a este hermanito y lo critican y le hacen otro, lo hacen lo otro. No podemos poner piedras de tropiezo. Hay mucha gente en las iglesias que le pone piedras del tropiezo a las almas. Eso no es de Dios. Dios te facilita para que tu pases el examen. Yo te voy a llevar al final. Pero yo les digo una cosa, hermanos que la postura esencial del creyente es una postura de libertad, de gozo y de paz. No es una postura de juicio, de culpabilidad ni de temor.
Si yo pienso siempre que todo es malo y que hay peligro, entonces yo voy a estar lleno de ansiedad. Ahora, justicia quiere decir que yo estoy alineado con los valores del Reino de Dios, que mi vida procede conforme a la santidad de Dios, a la rectitud de Dios, a los mandamientos divinos, a los valores de la palabra de Dios. Cuando yo tengo alineamiento con la palabra de Dios entonces yo tengo paz, gozo y justicia. Eso es lo importante. Muchas veces nosotros dividimos una iglesia por asuntos que no tienen sentido a la verdad, no tienen tanta importancia al final. Lo importante es lo importante.
Hay que poner la importancia en las cosas fundamentales de la vida. Y entonces uno tiene que pensar, por ejemplo, hijos de igual manera. No lo hago todo el tiempo, pero lo puedo hacer. Entonces, uno tiene que tener cuidado. Nunca haga las cosas simplemente porque usted tiene el derecho a hacerlas. Piense que usted es parte del cuerpo de Jesucristo. Alguien dijo, ninguno de nosotros es una isla, todos somos parte de un continente. Ah, pues si eso es ser cristiano, yo mejor me quedo afuera en la calle. El llevar a gente a la corte y meterle demandas, de paso, no es algo del siglo XX, ya en el siglo I pasaba lo mismo.
Eso me vuela a la tapa de los sesos pensar en eso solamente. La Biblia dice que ascuas de fuego amonta sobre su cabeza. Hermano, eso tiene un poder tremendo. Abraham estaba buscando paz, que es lo que nosotros tenemos siempre que buscar, porque el Reino de Dios es paz, justicia, dice, y gozo. Y Abraham dijo, amen, vete, no hay problema, hermano. Dios se encarga de defender sus intereses y es una persona feliz, es una persona que a la larga prospera y es bendecida. No hay nada como usted creer en un Dios que es justo y es fiel. Vamos a ser gente de amor, vamos a ser gente de misericordia. La recibimos, la recibimos, la abrazamos, no la rechazamos, todo lo contrario, Padre.
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The book of Ephesians. We spent a little time, two Saturdays ago on the end of chapter 5 talking about wives and husbands and how they should relate to each other in marriage. Fathers, -says the same thing about mothers I suppose — do not exasperate your children, instead bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord. Obey them, not only to win their favor when their eyes are on you, but like slaves of Christ doing the will of God from your heart. Masters, treat your slaves in the same way.
Do not threaten them, since you know that he who is both their master and yours is in heaven and there is not favoritism with him. Thanks God for this word. And so we saw that wives and husbands are to relate to each other with the mutual respect and that yes, I mean, there is a certain headship that the male has been given by God, but that headship is not to be used to oppress, to exploit, to abuse or to take for granted.
On the contrary, they headship of the man in the home is an opportunity to do what? I mean, Jesus knew that he was the Lord, but then he took the basin and the towel and he washed the feet of his disciples to show that he was a servant leader. And it talks about Jesus deals with the church. Jesus dealt with the church and still deals with the church in such a way that he wants to bring us, the church, into our highest level of gifting and expression and service. This is why he assigns tasks to us, so that in carrying out those tasks we can become more God-like.
You know, this is why God has allowed this mystery of the family of God in the church and a community just like here. As we learn to relate with each other and God gives us his gifts and he delegates to us tasks and we enter like that situation that I was describing a little while ago, you know, a couple of days ago. Because a woman is never below a man in, how should I say, in her dignity, in her humanity, in her position as a child of God, ontologically, this is the word I was looking for in philosophy.
Ontology means being, in the sense of her beings, she is equal to the man in every sense. She is a co inheritor actually. Therefore, you know, we are supposed to always understand that humanity. You know, when you realize that you are exercising authority over another human being who is your equal, ontologically, using that word, I mean, in terms of their being, their essence before God, they are exactly the same as you are. Therefore you cannot violate them.
You cannot exploit them. You cannot abuse them, because when you are doing that to the very image of God that is them, you are violating the essence of God, the image of God that is in that person. You cannot mess around with that. You cannot interfere with that in any way, because when you do that you incur the wrath of God, the judgment of God immediately. I mean, if you take it and you deconstruct it. What is God trying to say with that? Husbands, treat your wives gently and kindly so that your prayers will not have a problem when they come before God. And so see this thread going through all these different groups here.
So, for example, in this passage when now it refers to children and parents, it speaks to children first, because children are under authority and it uses the same pattern. It speaks first to the one under authority and then to the one in authority. So the ones under authority, which are the children, it says, obey your parents in the Lord for this is right. It refers to that commandment: honor your father and mother. You know, we treat authority with skepticism and question authority, and so children are taught, you know, your parents have to explain things to you before you decide to do them or not, and on and on and on.
And I think slowly this concept of reverence or authority sworn down and even among Christians slowly I think we have been contaminated by that spirit of the age, of not having reverence for authority. And I am so delighted when I meet young people who understand this issue of having reverence for your elders, sometimes having reverence for your ancestors, not adoring them, not worshiping them, but man, this thing of, I come from a lineage, I have grandparents, I have great grandparents and having this pride and when you see white hair you bow before it, you immediately adopt and attitude of respect.
And I believe that many young people really experience a lot of heart break and pain in their lives and not just young people, but even older people many times, experience this kind of sufferings and sometimes even neurosis and emotional problems because they have not resolved that issue of honoring their parents. And by the way, when I say that, that is why we, parents, should take very seriously what the Apostle Paul says here of not exasperating our children.
One thing that a parent should be careful to do is not to abuse their children and mistreat them to the point where you lead your children to rebel against you, to resent you and have this seeding anger and resentment against their parents. I was just speaking to a woman a couple of days ago. She told me, I had to spend 10 years without being in touch with my family in order to heal myself, and then when I came back I was able to find more healing with them. Boy, it is so sad that many parents lead their children to that kind of painful situation where the children then feel all kinds of seeding anger, sense of oppression and having been mistreated.
I must have been about 11 years old, even 12, but, the entrance to our apartment, when you opened the door from the stairwell you had to go through a long corridor before you came into the main body of the apartment and one day for some reason, a mouse got stuck in the apartment, and my father ran after the mouse and cornered the mouse in that long corridor. The mouse ran and of course he had nowhere to go because the door was blocking him.
So, this mouse that was panicking and scared to death and was running away from my father, all of a sudden, turned against my father and this little thing, turned into a ferocious little beast, wanting to attack him because he had nowhere to go. And you know, that image came into my mind, just a few seconds ago when I think sometimes of us parents. We drive our children to that point where we abuse them, we mistreat them, we beat them, we are not consistent in the way that we deal with them. And you know, children take it, and take it and take it and over the years they accumulate all this anger and all this sense of offense and then they turn against us.
And you know what we do? That is the biggest damage that a parent can do to children because many times then, I think what happens is that we force them into an unnatural position because we have been created by God in such a way. I think in our psyche, in the very structure of our psyche and even of our biology, we have been encoded by God to love our parents, to respect them and to honor them.
So when we are forced by our parents into a position of resentment and rebelliousness against them, we are forcing our children into something that does damage to them, because they are acting against the nature that God has inscribed in them. You see what I mean? So we should be very careful how we treat our children so as not to drive them. I think this is what the Apostle Paul is saying here, do not exasperate your children.
You know, the word in the Greek original is, do not lead them into this orgy. You know, it talks about instructing them and about training them. The with training, by the way, is paideia, which is the word where the word pedagogy and pedagogical come from, that referrer to teaching, paideai is training systematically. Paideia is the way a philosopher would take a disciple for example, and train him in all the different disciplines and it has this idea of consistency, of teaching your children day by day, instructing them carefully, systematically, consistently, on and on and on.
And sometimes it is right for a parent to say, because I say so. Because I think we have to teach our children also to obey us. I mean, we have to break the natural rebelliousness in a child. But as much as we can, we should deal with our children in such a way that we do not lead them to desperation, that we do not harm their soul, that we do not lead them into a position of having to do something that a child should never do, which is to turn against his parent and retain a sense of offense.
Now, let me say something about that as well. I think with our parents we should always seek reconciliation, we should always seek to forgive our parents, even when our parents have offended us and done great harm to us. The body was not built to be standing on its head and so you are wearing down your body.
And I think that when you are in a state of rebelliousness against your parents you are wearing down some parts of your emotions. And I think it is in your own interest, you know, like in any case with forgiveness. That little bit wears it out slowly. And so the best thing is to forgive.
You know that the word forgive has in the Greek original this idea of opening the door to a cell, releasing like a captive. As I said before, we open a little door in the cell, we give them a little piece of hard bread and some rancid water through there and we close the cell again. And we keep them there for years and years languishing and God says, forgive, open the door. Let them go. At all possible, if you have been offended by a parent, if you have been lead to rebelliousness, forgive.
Resolve that. Because holding resentment towards someone is almost like having a curse upon their life. You are cursing them indirectly and sometimes that curse can withhold the blessing of God in that individual. When we release them, when we bless them they may repent and God may be able to speak to them and bring them back into an understanding of what they have done.
We are doing something that no human being should have to do. So, again, you see both of us need to have balance. The other thing is this, by the way, you know, I see so much critical attitude from the particular of young people particularly in our modern world toward their parents. I mean, our critical powers are very high, higher than most generations before us, because of the way.
You know, how much psychology we read even in little magazines, silly magazines, in People magazine or whatever? In this world we are like that, and so children are able to see through their parents more than ever before. So, what I ask you as believers and as Christians to do, is to take a dose of innocence daily, in order to counteract the skeptical attitude of this culture and try to every once in a while, put a little bit of son tint into your glasses, so you can see your parents with a little bit less light, you know what I mean?
Make it for the benefit. Look at the story of …… Noah and his children, you may go back. Noah, this man of God, one day got drunk. He was drunk like a skunk. This is incredible. You know, he calls them and brings them over to see poor old dad on the floor drunk and naked. And this is what he says, you know, Shem, one of the three sons, instead of thinking this was a funny thing, he was struck in his heart. So what Shem did was so graphically about honoring. Now, when Noah was through with his headache the next day, and I guess he found out what had happened, he cursed Cam. By the way, and he blessed Shem.
Do you remember? And who did the Israelites come from? You see, when you honor authority, when you honor las canas, the white hair, when you have this natural reverence toward authority and towards age, there is something… the blessing of God is upon your life in some very mysterious way. That blessing follows you. Would you believe that or not? I mean, that young person, as you honor authority, as you honor your elders, as you honor your parents. It means about the blessing or the curse of God.
It means about prosperity or hard ache for the rest of their life. Let us always reject any kind of rebelliousness against authority, when we do that, we fall under the judgment of God, very serious. Always relate to people according to that. If a policeman stops you, you know, honor the badge that he wears. I have to respect the word of God and this is a mystery. It goes well with me, and who knows I maybe have a long life. Danos heredad entre los hermanos de nuestro padre Muestra 5 mujeres que se atrevieron a cuestionar el estatus quo. Se atrevieron Se atrevieron a cuestionar las cosas como son.
Y se atrevieron a ser creativas y a pensar en una alternativa a la realidad que habitaban. Eran menos que Y estas mujeres hicieron algo muy atrevido, heroico. Tenemos que hablar con alguien. Hay que cuestionar esto, esto es una injusticia. Ustedes saben las injusticias del mundo. Vamos a presentarnos ante el gobierno de Israel. Nadie debe violentarte a ti. Estas mujeres nos recuerdan eso, en una manera muy especial. Y yo me vino a la mente algunos pasajes de la Escritura donde hay un llamado a apelar primeramente a Dios. Tan importante de escuchar las ideas.
Confiesen, levanten la mano ahora mismo. Era la historia de un hombre tipo detective, muy diestro en ciertas artes militares, etc. He was the equalizer. Y Dios es el gran equalizer, es el gran ecualizador de las causas del hombre. Por eso es que nosotros podemos atrevernos a ser creativos. Este pasaje se ha usado en maneras que yo creo que son indebidas para justificar cosas que no son de Dios.
Y ese proyectil tiene poder para romper barreras, tiene poder para hacer cosas que normalmente un hombre usando solamente su propia fuerza, o una mujer, no puede hacer. Y estos padres se quisieron volver locos. Dijo, esto es una gran injusticia, lo que se ha hecho. Nosotros tenemos que atrevernos a cuestionar las cosas. Anoche mismo, gracias Samuel, hay una familia a dos, tres casas de mi casa, terrible, norteamericanos atados por el diablo.
Oigo gente atada por el diablo. El diablo los tiene amargados y los pone a pelear como gallos en una gallera, simplemente para que se den espuelazos. Dios me ha usado a veces haciendo eso. Esa gente son terrible. Yo quiero traerlas a la iglesia. El caso es que son vidas, hermanos, y yo he sentido un compromiso de Dios. Yo le dije, tu puedes hablar con Dios tu misma en tu casa. Dios puede cambiar tu vida. Ellas me miraban con los ojos azorados, escuchando.
Hermanos, Dios quiere hacer de cada uno de nosotros agentes de cambio en el mundo. Yo puede ser ese agente de diferencia en el mundo. Con Dios a mi lado, yo puedo enfrentar a Goliat, yo puedo cambiar el mundo. Yo puedo hacer una diferencia. Madres, ustedes han hecho una diferencia en la historia del mundo. Mujeres, ustedes se han atrevido a hacer cosas. No la dejamos florecer porque pensamos, Dios no puede usar a mi. Dios te puede usar a ti, Dios te quiere usar a ti. Hasta la mitad del reino de voy a dar, porque te atreves a hacerlo.
Vive una vida original. Te adoramos. Danos una mente original, Padre. Gracias porque tu nos has hecho libres, Padre. God bless you all tonight. It turns out that I think, I believe that the word that the Lord has given us for tonight is precisely about, you know, is there a relationship between giving and between of the power of the Lord, access to his power, access to his joy and access to what we want of the Lord? And maybe we should start this evening with an observation. Have you noticed that? That person is so gentle. That person is usually the first person to forgive an offense done to them.
You just love being around people like that, you love being around people who love others. Do they love others because they are happy, you know, things just seem to be going right for them? Well, of course they have a surplus of blessing, of course they can afford to love others. They are happy as a consequence of loving others. You know, lawyers know how to wave the dice, the questions often imply the answers.
So, class, what do you think, which is it? The former of the latter? Yeah, good class! Good day for you, because scripture agrees with you all over the place.
Un poco de historia
This a bedrock principle of scripture. Why are these calls to give? Why are these calls to service? Perhaps, in a couple of really, fabulously blessed people who walked this earth, but even those folks have their envelope, have their limit. You know, the mistake most of us make is that we wait, like the pastor was saying. We wait until our retirement is set and we wait until the kids are in college, before we give.
And the step of faith is when we give in our zone of discomfort. The mistake most of us make is that we wait until we are happy, or fulfilled or until we believe we have our docks in the row, before we feel that we can afford to love somebody, before we feel that we can afford to love sacrificially. Now, where does this come from? They all come from somewhere.
And all these people need to go and reclaim their roots because everybody has roots from somewhere. I have people somewhere. I have ancestors somewhere. I have a history somewhere. Where does your history end? How far back can you go? What can you tell me about your people? People always ask me that, but you? So where are your roots? I know where mine are. I know where I come from. This is no longer an Indian problem. If you breathe air, and you drink water, this is about you. ED: Indigenous people are in the process of finding themselves as well.
A lot of people are in that process of decolonization—but you can also be a part of it. Experiential learning. Find those that do have that. Who are the traditional knowledge holders? There might be traditional knowledge holders in your own family; they exist everywhere in many different communities. Excerpt from the interview in YES! Cuando los animales no humanos miran por sus ojos, no ven lo que nosotr s vemos. Cuando prueban algo, sus papilas gustativas son diferentes de las nuestras. Cuando huelen, algunos de ellos pueden oler cientos de veces mejor que nuestro olfato y otros de ellos no pueden oler en absoluto.
No pienses en otras cosas. Tenemos el poder de reescribir nuestra propia historia, que es trabajo interno. Voy a estar bien. Pero no es cierto. Se lo debo a esos petirojos que me mandaron en mi camino. Se lo debo a todos mis ancestros quienes me trajeron al lugar donde estoy hoy. Steve es el fundador del Santuario de animales Wildlife Associates.
With our mobile phones and wireless palm devices, we are now able to be so connected that we can be in touch with anyone and everyone at any time, and do business anywhere. But have you noticed that, in the process, we run the risk of never being in touch with ourselves? And for that, we need moments that are not filled with anything, in which we do not jump to get in one more phone call or send one more email, or plan one more event, or add to our to-do list.
What about realizing that there are actually no in-between moments at all? What about calling ourselves up for a change, checking in and seeing what we are up to? What about just being in touch with how we are feeling, even in those moments that we may be feeling numb, or overwhelmed, or bored, or disjointed, or anxious or depressed, or needing to get one more thing done? What about being connected to our bodies, and to the universe of sensations through which we sense and know the outer landscape?
What about lingering for more than the most mindless and automatic of moments with awareness of whatever is arising in any particular moment in the mind: our emotions and moods, our feelings, our thoughts, our beliefs? What about cultivating a bigger picture that includes ourselves on any and every level, even if the picture is always a work in progress, always tentative, always changing, always emerging or failing to emerge, sometimes with clarity, sometimes not? The more we are entrained into the outer world in all these new and increasingly rapid ways that our nervous system has never before encountered, the more important it may be for us to develop a robust counterbalance of the inner world: one that calms and tunes the nervous system and puts it in the service of living wisely, both for ourselves and for others.
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