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Золотые стихи из Библии:

1." Надейся на Господа всем сердцем твоим и не полагайся на разум твой. Во всех путях познавай Его, и Он направит стези твои. Не будь мудрецом в глазах твоих; бойся Господа и удаляйся от зла."Пр.3:5-7.

2." Не любите мира, ни того, что в мире; кто любит мир, в том нет любви Отчей; Ибо все, что в мире: похоть плоти, похоть очей и гордость житейская, не есть от Отца, но от мира(сего)."1Иоан.2:15-16.

3. "Больше всего хранимого храни сердце твое, потому что из него источники жизни."Пр.4:23.

4."...Бог есть любовь, и пребывающий в любви пребывает в Боге, и Бог в нем."1 Иоан.4:16(2).

5. "Ибо так возлюбил Бог мир, что отдал Сына Своего единородного, дабы всякий, верующий в Него, не погиб, но имел жизнь вечную." Иоан.3:16.

6."Перестаньте вы надеяться на человека, которого дыхание в ноздрях его, ибо что он значит?"Ис.2:22.

7."Кто хранит уста свои и язык свой, тот хранит от бед душу свою". Пр.21:23.

8. "Долготерпеливый лучше храброго, и владеющий собою лучше завоевателя города." Пр.16:32.

9."Оправдывающий нечестивого и обвиняющий праведного - оба мерзость пред Господом". Пр.17:15.

10."Кто ведет дело разумно, тот найдет благо, и кто надеется на Господа, тот блажен". Пр.16:20.

Sermon of the week

  Travelers to Emmaus
"13 on the same day, two of them went to a village, which was sixty from Jerusalem, called Emmaus;
14 and they talked together of all these developments.
15 And when they talked and reasoned with themselves, Jesus Himself drew near and went with them.
16 but their eyes were kept, so that they did not recognize him.
17 but He said to them, what are you talking about among yourselves, walking, and why are you sad?
18 One of them, named Cleopas, said to Him: art Thou only a stranger in Jerusalem who doesn't know about what happened there in these days?
19 and said unto them, what? They told him what happened to Jesus of Nazareth, who was a prophet, strong in deed and word before God and all the people;
20 as our high priests and leaders betrayed him for a condemnation to death, and crucified him.
21 But we were hoping that it was He Which should have redeemed Israel: and beside all this, the third day since it happened.
22 but also some of our women astonished us: they were early at the tomb
23 and they found not His body, and when they came, they said that they saw also the appearance of the Angels, who say that he is alive.
24 then some of us went to the tomb and found it even so as the women had said: but Him they saw not.
25 Then he said unto them, o foolish and slow-hearted, to believe all that the prophets have foretold.
26 Is this not how Christ was to suffer and enter into his glory?
27 And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he interpreted to them what was said about Him in the Scriptures.
28 and they came nearer to the village where they were going; and He showed them the form that he would go on.
29 but they held Him, saying, " stay with us, for the day has already bowed to the evening." And he went in and stayed with them.
30 and when He was laying with them, he took the bread, blessed, broke, and gave it to them.
31 then their eyes were opened, and they recognized him. But he became invisible to them.
32 And they said unto one another, did not our hearts burn in us, when He spoke to us on the road, and when he did explain the Scripture to us?"  Luke 24: 13-32.
  "Two of them", from witnesses of all the events that took place in Jerusalem, were on the road to the village, called Emmaus.  We walked and talked among ourselves.
  Of course, they were discouraged and puzzled by the events they witnessed.  First of all, seeing the miracles created by Jesus, hearing his words, having faith, but not fully understanding the plan of salvation of the human race, it was difficult for them to understand everything, to make the right conclusions and to understand what happened at all.  In addition to everything, of course, the question is:  where is the body?  and how could He be alive?
  But more interesting is the fact that travelers did not recognize his teacher and walked around, talking among themselves.  It's amazing how sometimes people don't notice the presence of God in their lives.  Everything goes on and life goes on by itself.  There are some political events, the rulers are changing.  People wondering: what will happen next?  What awaits our land? What will the world look like in 30, 50 years?  Very interesting.  But, not all people understand to the end that everything will happen and happens as predetermined from above.  No little thing can be done without the will of The father.
  God has his own plans for the human race and he gives us the opportunity to know about it.  You just have to be very attentive to what the Scripture says.
25 Then he said unto them, o foolish and slow-hearted, to believe all that the prophets have foretold.
26 Is this not how Christ was to suffer and enter into his glory?
27 And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he interpreted to them what was said about Him in the Scriptures.
  Initial.  understand God. Understand the plan of salvation.  It's important.
  The Lord never does anything "for nothing".  There is always the meaning of all that is happening, that is, the sequence of certain events in life at the head of which is the glory of God.  And everything is created for this.
  After the fall of man, God finds one man, his name Abram, and blesses him by changing his name to Abraham.
  The blessing, like the curse, is inherited.  That is the spiritual law.
  It is interesting, but in the old Testament time, unlike our reality, people understood it more: they valued blessing and were afraid of a curse.  Suffice it to recall the story of Balaam, who was hired by valak, that he made a curse on the people of God.
"4 And Moab said unto the elders of Midian, now will this multitude lick all around us as an ox licks up the grass of the field. And Balak the son of Zippor was king of Moab at that time.
5 And he sent ambassadors to Balaam the son of wiorowa in metal, which is by the river Euphrates, in the land of the children of his people, to call him and say, behold, the people came out of Egypt and covered the face of the earth, and he lives beside me;
6 so come, curse me this people, for he is stronger than me: perhaps I will then be able to smite him and drive him out of the earth; I know that whom you will bless, he is blessed, and whom you will curse, he is cursed." Numbers 22: 4-6.
  As far as it was serious, it can be judged by the fact that God did not allow valam to utter a curse on his people, but rather turned the words of the prophet into a blessing.
  Abraham received a blessing from God.  A kind of relay race passed down from generation to generation.  And it's very important to look more closely at the blessing itself, every word that Abraham said.
  " I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and in thee shall all families of the earth." Genesis 12: 3.
  Notice the words, "and all the tribes of the earth will be blessed in you."  All the tribe. Not just the Israelis, but everyone.  I think it is very important, because some Jews do not want to pay attention to it.
  Then the blessing, of course, goes to the son of Abraham Isaac.  Then, by birth, it had to go to the firstborn Esau.  But he sold the birthright to his brother Jacob for lentil stew, and hence the blessing of God.
  Through Jacob, or Israel already, the blessing passes to all his twelve sons, twelve patriarchs, and then to all the Israeli society.
  Subsequently, being in Egypt and being in slavery, there is a man named Moses, who miraculously, by the command of God, brings the Jews out of the Egyptian slavery.  It was Easter.
  Further, for disobedience to the Lord, all society for forty years appeared in the desert.  And at this time, through Moses, God gives the law.  The law of Moses, which was very important in the future plan of God.
  Initial.  The law is the knowledge of sin.
"19 but we know that the law, if it says anything, speaks to those who are under the law, so that every mouth is blocked, and the whole world becomes guilty before God,
20 therefore by the deeds of the law are not justified before Him no flesh; for by the law is the knowledge of sin." Romans 3: 10-20.
  Indeed, how to show a person his essence?  Look at yourself can be very difficult.  For this, the Lord gave such a law, which was almost impossible to fulfill.  Without fulfilling the law, man was aware of himself as he was actually - a sinner.  And, of course, I began to need someone who would deliver him from this law.
  Second.  The law of Moses carries the doctrine of Jesus Christ, its spiritual component.  What, in fact, Jesus said, talking with the Jews:
"45 do not think that I will accuse you before the father: there is an accuser for you, Moses, on whom you trust.
46 For if you believed Moses, you would believe Me; for he wrote about Me.
47 If you don't believe his writings, how will you believe My words?" John 5: 45-47.
  And indeed, in fact, in his teaching Christ explained to people the spiritual meaning of the law of Moses with all the decrees, sacrifices, rituals, organization of the tabernacle of the meeting, from the gates, pillars, hooks to the Holy of Holies in the Sanctuary, with all the internal accessories.
  For example:
 1  Gate. They were very wide and were always open to anyone who wanted to enter the tabernacle. The words of Jesus: " Come Unto me all that labor and are burdened, and I will comfort you;" Matthew 11:28.
 2  Copper altar.  Stood directly on the ground.  The priest, bringing the sacrifice would easily be able to approach him without getting up the stairs.  "and do not ascend the steps to My altar, lest thy nudity be revealed in his presence." Exodus 20: 26.
  Nudity - it means sinful human nature.  The desire to rise above others. word of Jesus:
"8 do not you be called Rabbi, for one is your Master, even Christ; and all ye are brethren;
9 and call no man your father on earth, for you have one Father who is in heaven;
10 neither be called masters: for one is your master, even Christ.
11 the greatest among you be your servant:
12 for whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be exalted." Matthew 23: 8-12.
 3  Copper washbasin and vanity unit.  It stood after the copper altar, right in front of the Sanctuary.  It was made, if you take the literal translation from the original, from copper mirrors.   Every priest, while serving in the tabernacle, had to wash his hands and feet, using this washbasin and, figuratively speaking, as in a mirror to look at himself.  " We are all an open face, as in a mirror, looking at the glory of the Lord, we are transformed into the same image from glory to glory, as from the Lord's spirit." 2 Karimpol 3:18.
  All the followers of Jesus Christ and those who have the Holy spirit are priests of the living God with the rank of Melchizedek, where Christ himself is the high Priest.  The process of constant spiritual purification takes place throughout our life on this earth.  And it cleanses, of course-the  Blood of Jesus Christ, shed for everyone who comes to his Creator and who reconciled with him through repentance.
  And so on...
  You can tell a lot about how the tabernacle works.  And, on closer examination, we see, in fact, what Christ taught.
  Therefore, the second function of the law of Moses is the teaching of Jesus Christ.
  Third.  The people who carried out the orders prescribed by Moses were considered righteous in the eyes of God.  "And the law is not by faith; but he that doeth it shall live it." Galatians 3: 12.
   Jesus ' parents, Joseph and Mary observed the law and, of course, was clean.  Therefore, when Christ was born, he was conceived by the Holy Spirit on the part of God, and he is God himself; on the part of the people he was pure by the law of Moses.  From here, He is the only one who had no sin and Satan had no power over him.  " I have little to say to you; for the Prince of this world is coming, and has nothing in me." John 14: 30.
  But, as you know - sin and death are the same.  The cause is sin, the consequence is death.  " The sting of death is sin; and the power of sin is law." 1 Corimphians 15: 56.
  But Christ had no sin, but he went into death voluntarily.  And it turned out that death itself has no power over him.  And a miracle happened: what Christ came for-he was resurrected!  All who believe in the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ (and faith in the spiritual world has power) do the same: die with Christ and are resurrected for eternal life, because by his Blood he redeemed us from all sin.
  The blessing with which God blessed Abraham, through Jesus Christ, extends to all Gentiles who by faith and repentance accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Savior.
"13 Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us [for it is written: cursed is everyone who hangs on a tree],
14 that the blessing of Abraham, through Christ Jesus, may be extended to the Gentiles, that we may receive the promised spirit by faith." Galatians 3: 13-14.
  But that's not all. Since the crucifixion, another important event has occurred: all the righteous who lived in the old Testament have waited for their personal redemption.
"51 and behold, the veil of the temple was rent in two, from top to bottom; and the earth was shaken; and the stones were seated;
52 and the tombs were opened; and many of the dead saints ' bodies were raised
53 and came out of the graves after His resurrection, and went into the Holy city and appeared to many." Matthew 27: 51-53.
  God has no injustice.
  Interestingly, the Holy Scripture describes another fragment related to the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  Namely:
"18 for Christ, too, to lead us to God, once suffered for our sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, having been slain in the flesh, but quickened in the spirit,
19 to whom he and the spirits in prison, having come down, preached, " 1 Peter 3: 18-19.
  What was the event about?  It is difficult to say, but we think that Jesus ' victory on the cross of Calvary is much more than we can imagine now.  After all, there were those who did not hear about God.  Which inspired a completely different idea about the present world.  But they are the same people as those who are "lucky" to be living in our time, where it is easy to get the Holy   Scripture and make personal choices for themselves.
  This is confirmed in the Bible:
"11 for there is no hypocrisy with God.
12 Those who have sinned without the law are beyond the law and perish; and those who have sinned under the law shall be judged by the law
13 (because not the hearers of the law are righteous before God, but the doers of the law will be justified,
14 for when the Gentiles, having no law, by nature do the lawful things, then, having no law, they are the law unto themselves:
15 they show that the work of the law is written in their hearts, as their conscience and their thoughts testify, then accusing, then justifying one another)
16 in a day when, by my gospel, God will judge the secret works of men through Jesus Christ." Romans 2: 11-16.
  What you should always know is that God has no injustice.
  And everything that had to happen happened.  Prophecies came true and God's plan came into action.
  About all this Christ and talked with the travelers, going to Emmaus.  " Then he said to them,' Oh, thoughtless and slow in heart, to believe all that the prophets foretold.Is this not how Christ should suffer and enter into his glory?  And starting from Moses, of all the prophets, he explained to them what he said about him in all the Scripture."
  This, of course, the mission to save the human race does not end there. God is in the destiny of man not only to show his presence, but that every chosen one can be a participant in the preaching of the gospel.
  "And they said to one another,' did not our hearts burn in us when He spoke to us on the road, and when he explained the Scripture to us? "
  Second.  Understand your purpose.
  Of course, this is important, because the most important commandment left to us by the Lord, in addition to the love of God, is: love your neighbor as yourself.  " For the whole law is in one word: love your neighbor as yourself." Galatians 5: 14.
  In this commandment, a very important principle: share with others what you have yourself.  If the Lord has given you salvation and reveals spiritual truths, then share it with someone who does not have it.  This is the purpose and purpose of the Church here on this earth.
  For this purpose, Jesus appeared to his disciples.  He appeared to Peter to encourage him and to remind him of the way in which the Lord had chosen him.  To this end, Christ appeared to all his disciples, explaining the essence of Scripture.
  After all, Jesus ' last words, before his ascension, were:
"18 and when Jesus was near, he said unto them, all power in heaven and on earth Is given to me.
19 go ye therefore, and teach all Nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy spirit,
20 teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you all days, even to the end of the century. Amen."  Matthew 28: 18-20.

 

 Be blessed!

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