REFLECTION. MAKING IT EASY, YOU DO IMPOSSIBLE. BY FABIAN MASSA.

Translated from Spanish to English with Google translator.


REFLECTION. MAKING IT EASY, YOU DO IMPOSSIBLE. BY FABIAN MASSA.

It is known in certain circles, there is a "Wickedness global influence" over humanity, whose purpose is to turn it increasingly stupid to submit more easily.
In Pentecostal and neo-Pentecostal churches, where the level of knowledge in general and the Bible in particular is poor and with a simplistic theology, lack of reading is pathetic. In a post published some time ago I commented that a valiant leader cell practically begged them to the brothers even read two (2) daily verses. Obviously, they can learn this way, what idea will be clear if you take a week to read a chapter? If we consider that the popular RV60 has 1189 chapters and 30475 verses. A two (2) verses per day, "members of the Cell" will take almost 42 years to finish reading it. Hence, many have the habit of publishing two randomly chosen verses, entitled "Word of the Day".

Still, many hardworking teachers insist on this line of work, I see posted on social networks work brothers do much good will and effort studies fraccionándolos books in small portions, for example: "Study of the Gospel of Matthew in 1,954 parties "When a text is split both ends losing the overall message that gives the same.

The study should not adapt to vagrancy people, but to show people that it is necessary to stop being "people" (gentiles [1], people who are not part of the "People of God") to become disciples.


Week 70 is about to begin. Jesus said that the mysteries of the Kingdom will be revealed to the disciples, but to outsiders, ie the people only in parables: "2 so much to see and not perceive; and hearing they may hear and not understand; lest they turn and be forgiven. "Mark 4.11-12 NIV.



[1] The term Gentil mainly refers to all the inhabitants of non-Jews Roman Empire, whose most important in their practices religious trait is to have a cult gentile, to the gens, to all ancestors and their main family gods (manes, lares and penates). So from the religious point of view, first the Jews and then the Christians were called "gentiles". More belatedly and Gentiles was used to designate non-Christians or unconverted, even though they had educated gentile. http://etimologias.dechile.net/?gentil

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