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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: Pablo comparte el significado de la cena del Senor que 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 Nuevo 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 Nuevo Pacto Con Dios

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

23 Porque yo recibí del Señor lo mismo que os he enseñado1a: que bel Señor Jesús, la noche en que fue entregado, tomó pan,

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 Porque yo recibí del Señor lo mismo que os he enseñado1a: que bel Señor Jesús, la noche en que fue entregado, tomó pan,

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

24 y después de dar gracias, lo partió y dijo: Esto es mi cuerpo que es1 para vosotros; haced esto en memoria de mí.

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

25 De la misma manera tomó también la copa después de haber cenado, diciendo: Esta copa es el nuevo pacto a en mi sangreb; haced esto cuantas veces la bebáis en memoria de mí.

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 Porque todas las veces que comáis este pan y bebáis esta copa, la muerte del Señor proclamáis hasta que El vengaa.

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

Confucius Praised Him

Zeng Shen was young enough to be Confucius’s grandson, yet he won high praise from the old sage. One of the sayings for which Zeng Shen is famous goes something like this. “Every day I ask myself three questions. The first is, ‘Have I sinned in my thoughts and actions toward others?’ The second is, ‘Have I broken faith in any of my friendships?’ The third is, ‘Have I tried to teach anything to others I have not fully learned and understood myself?’” If Zeng Shen asked himself these three questions every day, resolving to make no mistakes, then, young as he was, we can well understand why Confucius praised him. Not only is each of the three questions extremely important in itself, but the practice of examining one’s own behavior every day is a habit that every leader should cultivate.

Konosuke Matsushita founder of Panasonic, in his book Velvet Glove, Iron Fist (PHP Institute, Inc.), quoted in Bits & Pieces, August 20, 1992, pp. 22-23

27 De manera que el que coma el pan o beba la copa del Señor indignamente, será culpable del cuerpo y de la sangre del Señora.

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

28 Por tanto, examínese cada uno1 a sí mismoa, y entonces coma del pan y beba de la copa.

28 Examinar nuestro nivel de compromiso a Dios.

29 Porque el que come y bebe sin discernir correctamente el cuerpo del Señor, come y bebe juicio para sí.

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

30 Por esta razón hay muchos débiles y enfermos entre vosotros, y muchos duermen1a.

30 “Entre vosotros” juicio empieza entre nosotros.

31 Pero si nos juzgáramos a nosotros mismos, no seríamos juzgados.

31 Mírate en el espejo.

32 Pero cuando somos juzgados, el Señor nos disciplina a para que no seamos condenados con el mundob.

32 La reexaminación no es para matarnos sino para sanarnos.

Pat was making his rounds one summer morning when he was called to visit a patient admitted with an undiagnosed ailment. John, a man in his sixties, had not responded to any treatment; medical tests showed nothing; psychological tests were inconclusive. Yet he was wasting away; he had not even been able to swallow for two weeks. The nurses tried everything. Finally they called the chaplain’s office.

When Pat walked into the room, John was sitting limply in his bed, strung with IV tubes, staring listlessly at the wall. He was a tall, grandfatherly man, balding a little, but his sallow skin hung loosely on his face, neck, and arms where the weight had dropped from his frame. His eyes were hollow.

Pat was terrified; he had no idea what to do. But John seemed to brighten a bit as soon as he saw Pat’s chaplain badge and invited him to sit down.

As they talked, Pat sensed that God was urging him to do something specific: He knew he was to ask John if he wanted to take Communion. Chaplain interns were not encouraged to ask this type of thing in this public hospital, but Pat did.

At that John broke down. “I can’t!” he cried. “I’ve sinned and can’t be forgiven.”

Pat paused a moment, knowing he was about to break policy again. Then he told John about 1 Corinthians 11 and Paul’s admonition that whoever takes Communion in an unworthy manner eats and drinks judgment to himself. And he asked John if he wanted to confess his sin. John nodded gratefully.

To this day Pat can’t remember the particular sin John confessed, nor would he say if he did, but he recalls that it did not strike him as particularly egregious. Yet it had been draining the life from this man. John wept as he confessed, and Pat laid hands on him, hugged him, and told John his sins were forgiven.

Then Pat got the second urging from the Holy Spirit: Ask him if he wants to take Communion. He did.

Pat gave John a Bible and told him he would be back later. Already John was sitting up straighter, with a flicker of light in his eyes.

Pat visited a few more patients and then ate some lunch in the hospital cafeteria. When he left he wrapped an extra piece of bread in a napkin and borrowed a coffee cup from the cafeteria. He ran out to a shop a few blocks away and bought a container of grape juice.

Then he returned to John’s room with the elements and celebrated Communion with him, again reciting 1 Corinthians 11. John took the bread and chewed it slowly. It was the first time in weeks he had been able to take solid food in his mouth. He took the cup and swallowed. He had been set free.

Within three days John walked out of that hospital. The nurses were so amazed they called the newspaper, which later featured the story of John and Pat, appropriately, in its “LIFE” section.

The Body, Charles W. Colson, 1992, Word Publishing, pp. 139-140

IV.       El siervo es paciente.  V. 33

33 Así que, hermanos míos, cuando os reunáis para comer, esperaos unos a otros.

33  Paciencia!

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

34 Si alguno tiene hambrea, coma en su casab, para que no os reunáis para juicio. Los demás asuntos los arreglaréc cuando vayad. [1]

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

CONCLUCCIÓN:

Others May, You Cannot

If God has called you to be really like Jesus, He will draw you into a life of crucifixion and humility, and put upon you such demands of obedience, that you will not be able to follow other people, or measure yourself by other Christians, and in many ways He will seem to let other good people do things which He will not let you do.

Other Christians and ministers who seem very religious and useful, may push themselves, pull wires, and work schemes to carry out their plans, but you cannot do it; and if you attempt it, you will meet with such failure and rebuke from the Lord as to make you sorely penitent.

Others may boast of themselves, of their work, of their success, of their writings, but the Holy Spirit will not allow you to do any such thing, and if you begin it, He will lead you into some deep mortification that will make you despise yourself and all your good works.

Others may be allowed to succeed in making money, or may have a legacy left to them, but it is likely God will keep you poor, because He wants you to have something far better than gold, namely, a helpless dependence on Him, that He may have the privilege of supplying your needs day by day out of an unseen treasury.

The Lord may let others be honored and put forward, and keep you hidden in obscurity, because He wants you to produce some choice, fragrant fruit for His coming glory, which can only be produced in the shade. He may let others be great, but keep you small. He may let others do a work for Him and get the credit for it, but He will make you work and toil on without knowing how much you are doing; and then to make your work still more precious, He may let others get the credit for the work which you have done, and thus make your reward ten times greater then Jesus comes.

The Holy Spirit will put a strict watch over you, with a jealous love, and will rebuke you for little words and feelings, or for wasting your time, which other Christians never seem distressed over. So make up your mind that God is an infinite Sovereign, and has a right to do as He pleases with His own. He may not explain to you a thousand things which puzzle your reason in His dealings with you, but if you absolutely sell yourself to be His love slave, He will wrap you up in a jealous love, and bestow upon you many blessings which come only to those who are in the inner circle.

Settle it forever, then, that you are to deal directly with the Holy Spirit, and that He is to have the privilege of tying your tongue, or chaining your hand, or closing your eyes, in ways that He does not seem to use with others. Now when you are so possessed with the loving God that you are, in your secret heart, pleased and delighted over this peculiar, personal, private, jealous guardianship and management of the Holy Spirit over your life, you will have found the vestibule of Heaven.

G. D. Watson, in Living Words

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


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1  Lit., entregué

a  1 Cor. 15:3; Gál. 1:12; Col. 3:24

b  1 Cor. 11:23-25: Mat. 26:26-28; Mar. 14:22-24; Luc. 22:17-20; 1 Cor. 10:16

1  Lit., entregué

a  1 Cor. 15:3; Gál. 1:12; Col. 3:24

b  1 Cor. 11:23-25: Mat. 26:26-28; Mar. 14:22-24; Luc. 22:17-20; 1 Cor. 10:16

1  Algunos mss. dicen: es partido

a  2 Cor. 3:6

b  Ex. 24:6-8; Luc. 22:20; 1 Cor. 10:16

a  Juan 21:22; 1 Cor. 4:5

a  Heb. 10:29

1  Lit., hombre

a  Mat. 26:22; 2 Cor. 13:5; Gál. 6:4

1  I.e., han muerto

a  Hech. 7:60

a  2 Sam. 7:14; Sal. 94:12; Heb. 12:7-10; Apoc. 3:19

b  1 Cor. 1:20

a  1 Cor. 11:21

b  1 Cor. 11:22

c  1 Cor. 4:17; 7:17; 16:1

d  1 Cor. 4:19

[1]  Lockman Foundation (La Habra, CA): Santa Biblia : La Biblia De Las Americas : Con Referencias Y Notas. electronic ed. La Habra, CA : Editorial Funacion, Casa Editoral para La Fundacion Biblica Lockman, 1998, c1986

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