Sermón: Mateo 2:13-23

Nota: este sermón ser predicó el 27 de enero. ¡Se publica unas semanas después! El nacimiento de Jesús La mano de Dios: Mateo 2:13-23 Introducción: ¿Sabes la leyenda de Quetzalcoatl o la leyenda de Popo e Izta?  Unas leyendas son historias padres nada más pero otras nos pueden lastimar, como la leyenda de Quetzalcoatl lastimó […]

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.  If Baal is God, go after him.”  I  think the verse speaks pretty well for itself, without much need […]

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