Serm贸n: Mateo 2:1-12

El nacimiento de Jes煤s:聽Encontrado y rechazado: Mateo 2:1-12 Introducci贸n: Una volada.聽 Blanco y negro.聽 Tostadas de pata.聽 Cosas que la gente odia o ama.聽 En la vida, Jes煤s es una de las personas que o la aceptas o la rechazas.聽 Jes煤s: o lo rechazas o lo aceptas, pero no puedes ser neutral.聽 Mateo 2:1-12 nos […]

Serm贸n: Habacuc

Habacuc Introducci贸n: El a帽o es 1873, y estamos en un barco en medio del Oc茅ano Atl谩ntico. Hay neblina y est谩s temblando con el fr铆o a pesar de tu chamarra pesada. A unos pasos ves a un hombre junto al barandal viendo intensamente las aguas fr铆gidas abajo. A su lado est谩 el capit谩n del barco dici茅ndole […]

Sermones: Oseas

Un amor que nunca se rinde, nunca se da por vencido* Oseas 驴C贸mo es Dios como una Estrella de una telenovela? Es una pregunta absurda, pero eso es lo que parece el libro de Oseas. Hay una pareja luchando con infidelidad, hay hijos de paternidad incierta, hay amenazas de violencia, lenguaje dram谩tica con emociones fuertes. […]

An Unsafe Gospel, a Good God

This is a sermon I was privileged to share with Sunset Bible Church. I’m going to try to resurrect things here, and one thing will be to post sermons. This may (or may not) be more active down in Mexico where every sermon in our church is new :). I was privileged to finish the […]

One who offers life abundantly

There’s an聽article in the New Yorker (via Tim Challies) about euthanasia in Belgium. The main story of the article is a man looking for answers to what happened to his mother, who suffered from depression all her life and in the end committed doctor-assisted suicide. The story is both heartbreaking and troubling. Troubling, for all […]

Some thoughts on heaven

An interesting, and true, comment from Russell Moore on Christianity Today (A Purpose-Driven Cosmos: Why Jesus Doesn’t Promise Us an ‘Afterlife’): Your eternity is no more about looking back to this span of time than your life now is about reflecting on kindergarten. The moment you burst through the mud above your grave, you will […]

Repentance and really bad kings

One of the more interesting characters in the Old Testament is Ahab. Not the whale-hunter from Moby Dick, but the king of Israel. Maybe the most interesting story from his life is when he connives with his wife to steal a vineyard–killing the owner in the process. Ahab is stated to be the worst of […]

Limping along

Today in devotional reading I came across 1 Kings 18:21, in which Elijah (in the original Hebrew) asks Israel, “How long will you limp along on two crutches (sticks)? If YHWH is God, go after him.聽 If Baal is God, go after him.”聽 I聽 think the verse speaks pretty well for itself, without much need […]

Some thoughts on hell and good news

Last week on Children’s Day, April 30th, here in Mexico, Gavin and Fiona prayed to accept Jesus as their Savior. It was a really special moment, and the culmination of a process which has lasted a month or so (or years, depending on your view of educating your children in the ways of the Lord; […]

Drew’s Greek Class

Drew wanted to know if I could read the Greek in the front of his Gideons NT. Like, duh, who couldn’t ;). Yeah it didn’t really take a genius to figure out it was John 3:16! So that naturally led him to the question, how different is the modern Greek NT from the original? Here […]

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