"clase en ingles" Tagged Sermons

"clase en ingles" Tagged Sermons

Salvation – Introduction

Are you saved? Saved from what? Summary: The broad meaning of salvation is “to be rescued from a threatening situation.” Ultimate salvation means to be delivered from the ultimate calamity of God’s wrath. The Bible uses salvation in several tenses, referring to God’s past, present, and future work of redemption. Justification is sometimes used as a synonym for salvation; at other times it is seen as one aspect in the whole scheme of redemption. Salvation is of the Lord and…

The Existence of God

Last Tuesday, July 14 in our Youth and English class Kenneth Garcia taught us about the Existence of God in his new series The Doctrine of God. Notes attached. Enjoy, apply and be changed!

Salvation – Faith

New series for our youth group and Bible study in English. The book of Hebrews gives us a definition of faith: Hebrews 11:1 “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” It is one thing to believe in God; it is another thing to believe God. To believe God, to trust in Him for our very life, is the essence of the Christian faith. Summary  Christianity is a faith because it is based…

The Atonement 2

The doctrine of the Atonement is central to all Christian theology because it involves our salvation. It is essential because it help us understand and appreciate our salvation. Summary: 1. Atonement involves a payment to make amends for a debt. 2. Human beings cannot atone for their own sins. 3. Jesus’ perfection qualified Him to make atonement. 4. Christ fulfilled the curse of the Old Covenant. 5. Christ’s atonement was both a work of substitution and satisfaction. 6. The Father…

The Atonement

The youth group in our church will devote some time to study the important and essential doctrine of the Atonement. Throughout our study on The Atonement we will do our best to answer the following questions: Was it necessary for Christ to die? Did Christ’s earthly life and death have any benefits for us? Download the class notes for further review and personal study.