By John MacArthur
Contrariamente a los angeles creencia well known, no tenemos que ser perfectos para hacer los angeles obra de Dios.
John MacArthur examina los doce hombres que Cristo eligió como sus discípulos y nos ayuda a descubrir cómo nosotros podemos transformar nuestras propias imperfecciones en herramientas útiles para impactar a otros.
Sin ir más lejos, las debilidades de los doce discípulos están preservadas para siempre a través de las páginas del Nuevo Testamento. Jesús eligió gente común, como pescadores, recolectores de impuestos, políticos fanáticos; y cambio sus debilidades en puntos fuertes, produciendo grandeza de l. a. overall inutilidad. MacArthur delinea principios del cuidadoso entrenamiento de los primeros doce discípulos, para los discípulos modernos como tú.
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In the monotheistic age, God was viewed as the one who causes and does everything, and hence humans were not entitled to make something , let alone a great deal, of themselves. In humanistic epochs, by contrast, man is considered the being respon sible for causing and doing everything - but consequently no longer has the right to make little or nothing of himself. Whether people now make nothing or much of themselves, they commit - according to traditional forms of logic - an inexplicable and unpardonable error.
His mother's death: 'there was a praying inside me, though 1 did not and do not know what it was praying'. Appearances in the Orient, where people are more distinctive: 'a list of my most striking experiences alone would fill entire volumes'. Disappointment at the Holy Sepulchre, where 'the most degenerate riffraff' appeared to have gathered; arrest in Cairo, nicotine poison ing in Vienna, rifle shooting with his feet in St Petersb urg, in the presence of Tsar Alexander III, guest appearance in Managua - 'the city of Leon bore the characte r of decline' ; a comet over Cuba; par ticipation in a film entitled Mann ohne Arme [Man Without Arms] .
This is a difference that does not fit into any time or any ethics. In the monotheistic age, God was viewed as the one who causes and does everything, and hence humans were not entitled to make something , let alone a great deal, of themselves. In humanistic epochs, by contrast, man is considered the being respon sible for causing and doing everything - but consequently no longer has the right to make little or nothing of himself. Whether people now make nothing or much of themselves, they commit - according to traditional forms of logic - an inexplicable and unpardonable error.