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    PRIMERA IGLESIA BAUTISTA MANCHESTER

                                                                Rev. Óscar Ramírez

                                                                October 30, 2009

                                        PAGINA PRELIMINAR

                                         TEXTO: 1ª de Corintios 11:23-34

IDEA CENTRAL DEL TEXTO: La cena del Senor nos recuerda de el compromiso que tenemos de ser siervos de Dios.

                                            TESIS: La cena del Senor nos recuerda de el compromiso que tenemos de ser siervos de Dios.

PROPOSITO: 

                OBJETIVO MAYOR: Doctrinal, consagrativa

       OBJETIVO ESPECIFICO: En esta manana, examinemos nuestro compromiso con Dios.

Nuestro Pacto Con Dios

I.          Nuestro pacto con Dios no ha cambiado.  V. 23

II.        Nuestro pacto Jesus lo ilustro en Su gran sacrificio.  Vv. 23-26

III.       Debemos examinar nuestro entendimiento del pacto ilustrado para entenderlo y practicarlo.  Vv. 27-32

IV.       El siervo es paciente.  V. 33

V.        Nuestro pacto es de vivir para otro y no egoistamente.  V. 34

INTRODUCCIÓN:

In March of 1991, Lisa Landry Childress (daughter of Tom Landry) found out she had a malignant tumor on her liver. This was just two months after she and her husband, Gary, had learned she was pregnant. The doctors counseled her to undergo an abortion so she could begin immediate chemotherapy. She rejected the thought of abortion, even though it meant she would most certainly die. She and her husband had for years tried to have a baby. On December 20, 1991, after the baby was born, Mrs. Childress said, "This baby was a blessing; a gift to me. It wasn't my right to deny this gift." She lived three years and nine months after receiving a liver transplant, but the legacy of her love and sacrificial gift of life will live forever.

* "The Power of Love," Jack Graham, Prestonwood Baptist Church, June 11, 1995

TEXTO: 1ª de Corintios 11:23-34

IDEA CENTRAL DEL TEXTO: La cena del Senor nos recuerda de el compromiso que tenemos de ser siervos de Dios.

                                            TESIS: La cena del Senor nos recuerda de el compromiso que tenemos de ser siervos de Dios.

PROPOSITO: 

                OBJETIVO MAYOR: Doctrinal, consagrativa

       OBJETIVO ESPECIFICO: En esta manana, examinemos nuestro compromiso con Dios.

Nuestro Pacto Con Dios

I.          Nuestro pacto con Dios no ha cambiado.  V. 23

23 Lo que se nos ha entregado es lo mismo que Cristo dejo.

II.        Nuestro pacto Jesus lo ilustro en Su gran sacrificio.  Vv. 23-26

23 Lo que se nos ha entregado es lo mismo que Cristo dejo.

24 Nunca se nos debe olvidar que el cuerpo de Cristo fue quebrado por nosotros.  El tomo nuestro lugar.

25 La copa representa el pacto que viene con el reto que todos nos enfrentamos, sufrir por Dios.  La sangre de Su sufrimiento que nos cubre.

26 Hay que acordarnos de proclamar Su muerte por nosotros.

III.       Debemos examinar nuestro entendimiento del pacto ilustrado para entenderlo y practicarlo.  Vv. 27-32

27 Juicio vendrá por hacer indignamente de lo que representa el pan o beber de la copa.

28 Examinar nuestro nivel de compromiso a Dios.

29¿A que te has comprometido?  A una de dos te has comprometido, El verdadero Dios o un Dios de conveniencia.

30 “Entre vosotros” juicio empieza entre nosotros.

31 Mírate en el espejo.

32 La reexaminación no es para matarnos sino para sanarnos.

IV.       El siervo es paciente.  V. 33

33¡Paciencia!

V.        Nuestro pacto es de vivir para otro y no egoistamente.  V. 34                                         

34 El hecho es de vivir para otros y no egoístamente. 

CONCLUCCIÓN:

Dr. Viktor Frankl was an Austrian physician who was imprisoned in one of Hitler's death camps. He and his fellow Jewish people suffered unbelievable atrocities. Everything about their living and working conditions were deplorable, including their medical care. Dr. Frankl offered what little medical help he could to the sick and dying. Over time, he discovered a unique phenomenon he recorded in his book Man's Search for Meaning. He said those people who kept their strength and sanity the longest were those who tried to help other prisoners and share what little they had. Their physical and mental condition seemed strengthened by their friendliness, compassion, and focus on something other than themselves. Dr. Frankl concluded that if someone responds to life by trying to make life better for others, that effort reinforces the individual's psychological and physical stamina. Ministry energizes, contrary to the great fear that resources will be depleted if we help others. No wonder Jesus, though initially very hungry, could say after his ministry to the woman at the well, "I have food to eat that you know nothing about" (John 4:32).

* Saturday Evening Post, Sept./Oct. 1992, p. 61

OBJETIVO ESPECIFICO: En esta manana, examinemos nuestro compromiso con Dios.

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