lunes, 14 de abril de 2014

El amor de Dios

Juan 3:16
El Amor de Dios Porque de tal manera amó Dios al mundo, que dio a Su Hijo unigénito (único), para que todo aquél que cree en El, no se pierda, sino que tenga vida eterna. El amor de Dios es infinito,incondicional, y muy especial. Lamentablemente muchas personas se le hace difícil comprender la magnitud de este amor, especialmente aquellos que fueron víctimas de un padre abusivo,controlador y poco cariñoso estos se confunden y no entienden ese amor incondicional que Dios les ofrece pues la imagen que tienen sobre un padre ya ha sido distorsionada y les impide ver a Dios como el padre amoroso que El es. Pero Dios es muy diferente a nuestros padres terrenales los cuales en ocasiones nos brindan un amor condicional y todo depende de lo que hagamos en ocasiones pareciera que tuviéramos que obrar para ganar su amor, y su efecto. Más el amor de n Dios es muy diferente pues un es incondicional y no hay nada que tú y yo podamos hacer para que Dios no ames más ,o nos ame menos. Su amor hacia nosotros no depende de lo que hagamos, o dejemos de hacer por eso es incondicional no cambia con nuestras acciones, circunstancias, o situaciones su amor es para toda la vida. Salmo 103: 4-5 El Señor perdona todas tus maldades,y sana todas tus dolencias.El Señor te rescata de la muerte,y te colma de favores y de su misericordia.El Señor te sacia con los mejores alimentos para que renueves tus fuerzas, como el águila. El Señor es misericordioso y clemente;es lento para la ira, y grande en misericordia. No nos reprende todo el tiempo,ni tampoco para siempre nos guarda rencor. No nos ha tratado como merece nuestra maldad, Ni nos ha castigado como merecen nuestros pecados. Tan alta como los cielos sobre la tierra,es su misericordia con los que le honran. Tan lejos como está el oriente del occidente, alejó de nosotros nuestras rebeliones. La imagen reflejada en la Biblia sobre Dios es la imagen de un padre amoroso el cual nos ama,nos protege, y nos disciplina pues si no, nos disciplina fuéramos hijos bastardos. Muchos religiosos han querido distorsionar la imagen de Dios y el Dios que predican es un Dios de ira, un Dios el cual es un ogro y está sentado en su trono esperando que tú y yo cometamos un error para mandar fuego sobre nosotros y aniquilarlo será porque el único Dios que han conocido es el Dios del viejo pacto el cual pasaba juicio inmediato sobre el pecado y no toleraba ningún error o falta.Todavía no han conocido al Dios del nuevo pacto aquel que mandó su hijo para que éste se echara sobre su cuerpo toda la ira, y el castigo que nosotros nos merecíamos no han conocido a ese Dios que nos ofrece perdón, misericordia, y gracia Y no quiero decir que la gracia es una licencia para seguir pecando pero donde abunda el pecado sobreabunda la gracia. Dios ha demostrado su amor por la humanidad que aún cuando nosotros éramos sus enemigos el mando a su hijo para que muriera en una cruz por nosotros y si tú fuera la única persona sobre el planeta tierra en lo volvería hacer. Dice la palabra que El no quiere que nadie se pierda mas que todos vengan arrepentimiento. Dios ama al pecador, lo que no ama es nuestro pecado. Dios ama al homosexual, al asesino ,al violador, a la persona más vil que usted se pueda imaginar y por ende dice su palabra que si estos se arrepintieran El los perdonaría y su sangre lo limpiaría de toda injusticia y pecado. Ama Dios el pecado? claro que no la Biblia dice que Dios está enojado con el pecador pero eso no significa que no ame a esa persona pues sino los amara porque le ofrece su perdón? Y porque no quieren que éstos se pierdan mas llegue al arrepentimiento. Eso es amor cuando tú no quiere que el alma de una persona vil, y inicua se pierda en el fuego del infierno cuando en realidad todos nosotros no merecemos el infierno por todo lo que hemos hecho. Dios es tan bueno, y amoroso que manda la lluvia sobre los justo como los injusto su amor es tan grande que no importa lo que tú hayas hecho El te perdona no dejes que el diablo te engañe y te diga que lo que tú has hecho es tan grave que Dios no puede perdonarte y mucho menos amarte.Dios te ama independientemente de lo que tú hayas hecho, quizás tú ha cometido pecados horrible, y graves cosas que son tan perversa que tú piensa que Dios nunca podrá perdonarte y mucho menos amarte yo te digo que Dios te ama aún con todo lo malo que tú has hecho El te ama, te acepta, te perdona,y quiere restaurarte, El quiere ser tu padre cuidarte, guardarte ,y protegerte no lo dudes por favor ya que hay muchos de ustedes que creen que Dios no lo ama por lo que han hecho. El amor de Dios es paciente, sufrido como lo declara primera a corintios capítulo 13. Nuestro Dios nos ama tanto que es paciente con nosotros y no nos cuenta nuestras falta como los hacemos nosotros por más falta que comentamos su amor no cambia o deja de ser, si hay consecuencias por nuestras acciones pero el amor de Dios no cesa o deja de ser porque nosotros fallemos, dice la Biblia que aunque nosotros seamos infieles el se mantiene fiel. Nuestro Dios es misericordioso y nos ama tanto que es capaz de perdonarnos por lo que sea claro que nuestra faltas le restan a nuestras bendiciones pero no les restan a ese amor que El siente por nosotros. El amor de Dios es perfecto,no manipula no obliga hacer nada que no queramos hacer, El es todo un caballero. El espera por nosotros pacientemente aún cuando le desobedecemos, los negamos el espera pacientemente por nosotros podrán pasar los años, los siglos más el sigue esperando con los brazos abiertos así como lo hizo con el pueblo Israelita una nación rebelde ,idólatras más cada vez que se arrepentían allí estaba El con sus brazos abierto listo para perdonarlo y restaurarlo. Aún cuando estamos en ese estado de rebeldía, y apostasía El nos ama y nos esperas listo para perdonarnos en el momento que les pidamos perdón. Dice la Biblia que no hay una muestra de amor tan grande y poderosa que uno ponga su vida por el otro y eso lo hizo Dios por ti. Hoy quiero decirte que por más vil, y cruel que sea tu pecado o cuántas veces hallas negado, rechazado, a Dios El te ama con un amor incondicional y te espera con los brazos abierto el desea que te arrepientas y que salves tu alma. El te dice que tu pecado te separa de su comunión pero no de su amor. Ama tu vida pues El te la dio para para El eres especial,importante y todo lo que te sucede a ti a El le importa y le duele. El te ama con amor limpio, puro, incondicional, y nunca te dejará de amar. No quiere que sufra pero tiene que permitir el dolor para que reacciones y te des cuenta que las malas acciones tienen consecuencias. El quisiera evitarte el dolor y el sufrimiento pero como te ama tanto no puede controlarte, o manipularte tiene que dejar que tú seas libre para que explores y a aprenda a discernir entre lo bueno y lo malo para que sepas tomar mejores decisiones. El quiere evitarte el dolor, y sufrimiento pero no puede obligarte a escoger, El sólo te ama y espera que tú escojas sus caminos, su palabra que escoja la vida y que le sirva a El para poder guiarte, cuidarte, y protegerte de las artimañas del enemigo. Hoy te dice que te espera que lo busque mientras puede ser hallado hoy te dice que eres la niña de sus ojos su perla preciosa. Romanos 8:35-39 Pero en todas estas cosas somos más que vencedores por medio de Aquél que nos amó. Porque estoy convencido de que ni la muerte, ni la vida, ni ángeles, ni principados, ni lo presente, ni lo por venir, ni los poderes[a], 39 ni lo alto, ni lo profundo, ni ninguna otra cosa creada nos podrá separar del amor de Dios que es en Cristo Jesús Señor nuestro.

God's language part # 2

God will speak directly to our hearts through impressions, understandings, revelations, and assurances. There has been so many times in my life that I have felt God's strong arms wrap around me. So many times I have also felt God's presence right with me. Many times I can be driving in my car and God will speak to my heart and I will interact with those God thoughts that comes into my mind in response to the things I am saying to him. Some times major decisions are made during my alone times with God. And then there are those days where I just have to let off Steam, and I know that is not very spiritual, but I'm just being honest with God in how I feel at that time. I do know through my ranting and raving, that conviction will whisper to me and it can be powerful.
While God most often speaks to us through his Word, it is possible to read, study, memorize, and live in strict obedience to the Word of God and miss the dynamic of the personal relationship He wants to have with us. Was not this the complaint he had with the Pharisees. They were teachers of Scripture. They had the first books of the Bible memorized. In fact, they read the Scriptures in the original languages and made a profession out of explaining to others the meaning of the text. But when they met Jesus, they didn't recognize Him as the Son of God. It was the greatest tragedy of Jesus earthly life. This happens today. Many of our universities are filled with biblical scholars who do not know God personally. Some of our churches harbor a few of these. They are men and women who are more interested in arguing Scripture than they are in applying its teaching to their lives. They want to be right more than they want to be made righteous. You see my friends, without developing the ability to dialogue with God through a intimate heart language, you may be deceived like so many other truly intelligent people are. Jesus used the analogy of sheep to explain this truth. You can read His analogy in John 10. I have heard that the sheep have quite a special relationship with their shepherd. They follow his voice, and his only. The relationship between the sheep and their shepherd must be similar to the one that one of a Pastor/Minister has with His or Hers people. I believe that the relationship I have with those I minister to or those that are apart of my ministry is very unique, personal, interactive, and special. You see the intimacy which the sheep share with their shepherd is built on His tender care of them. And the longer the sheep is under the shepherds tender loving care the trust will deepen. Through all the hard life experiences the sheep will have, they will grow to understand their shepherd very well and know that the shepherd will be there for them to help them out of their trouble, and pick them up when they fall and help them get back on the right path. Jesus said in John 10:11 ''I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep''. You do not serve a silent God. God speaks through His Word. God speaks through other people. God speaks through dreams and visions. God speaks through worship. And when God speaks, He communicates directly to your heart. john 10:2-3'' But he that entereth in by the door is the shepherd of the sheep. To him the porter openeth; and the sheep hear his voice: and he calleth his own sheep by name, and leadeth them out. I want to warn you all that you need to test the voice of God. We know that God indeed does speak directly to our hearts through His Word, other people, dreams and visions, and worship. And He does. But every time God speaks, the devil tries to mimic his voice. Jesus told His listeners that His sheep will not be distracted by the voices of impostors. He said that his sheep will know his voice. I am a child of God. I know that I am one of those sheep who Jesus mentioned when He spoke of His flock in John 10. I was saved when I was 12 years old and began then to follow the voice of my Shepherd. But there have been times in my life when I have been confused, mistaken, and even deceived, There have been times when I've fallen prey to the schemes of the enemy, and I've mistaken his voice for God's. One of those times was when I was 16 years old and thought I met Mr.Right and married him at 17. Ill tell you something, I paid dear for that for over 20 sum years. And also more than once have I mistaken the voice of darkness for the voice of God, but I have also mistaken my own flesh for the voice of God. Let me explain these dangers so that you will learn how to test the voice of God and avoid making the same mistakes. Jesus warned that we live in a hostile environment. In keeping with the analogy of sheep, He warned of the sheep's mortal enemy, the wolf: I'am sending you out like lambs among wolves''...Luke 10:3'' Go your ways: behold, I send you forth as lambs among wolves. He also told us that those wolves might disguise themselves as sheep: '' Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves''. Matt 7:15'' Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. What a terrible picture of reality! Lambs among wolves? Wolves disguised as sheep? What I love about these verses is that we serve a Lord who tells us the truth. Don't ever forget that God tells you the truth, even when the truth might not be what you want to hear. How do these wolves attack us in our prayer lives? Consider those that are cloaked as sheep. Jesus told us those wolves are false prophets. They use the Word of God and distort it to say what is culturally popular, or pleasant to our ears. I really believe that the prosperity gospel fits into this category. Anyone who preaches that yielding your life to the Lord will deliver you from all suffering is not speaking the truth. We serve a Savior who suffered much. How can we not expect to suffer as well? Anyone who lives like a King on the tithes and offerings of others ought not be trusted. How can men and women of God bathe in wealth while hundreds of thousands of people suffer and die simply because they are poor? If God gives the ability to make wealth, then we can be assured that wealth is to be invested in God's Kingdom work. So many Christian today will follow a wealthy minister today with the mind-set they to will become wealthy. You see when that person speaks He might sound like a sheep--and quoting Scriptures and telling Jesus stories--but unless His or Her message will preach in the poorest community in any of many Third World countries, it simply is not true. Watch out for false prophets. Jesus told us how to determine the difference between a wolf in sheep's clothing and real sheep: Matt 7:16-17'' Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?
17 Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit. When you are desperate to hear the voice of God, you are vulnerable to deception. False prophets might tell you what you want to hear, but temporary ''ear tickles'' will only lead to long-term regret. The truth is what sets you free, even when the truth might hurt. Beware of wolves. Also we need to beware of vain imaginations, and must be careful to submit the ''voice of God,'' that we think we hear, to the possibility that we could mistake our wishes for His purposes. Sometimes our desires for things can create a bit of interference in what you may hear from God. Our Lord is good, and He does love to satisfy our heart's desire, but His ways and ours are not always the same. Beware of vain imaginations. If you want to hear God's voice, you must surrender your mind and heart to Him. Psalm 22:2'' O my God, I cry in the day time, but thou hearest not; and in the night season, and am not silent. So what do we do when the Voice of God is silent? I believe the hardest part of walking in darkness is when you experience the silence of God. The silence of God is like a thick mist, cold and clammy, blurring your surroundings. What happens when you read God's Word and it simply does not seem to speak personally to you? What happens when the two-way conversations you enjoy with God feel as they are going nowhere? What about those worship services that you attend where you feel like a bystander who somehow got passed over? What do you do when you pray and your prayers seem futile and God seems to be very far removed from you? I plan to answer these question in the next part teachings. I believe that every-body has a broken. Everybody's got a heart cry! So ask yourself what is your burden? Most often the cries of our hearts are what press us toward God in prayers. Have you ever written your heart cry down on paper? I know I have. Maybe you have talk to God about your burden, too, but you are not sure it's working for you. In fact, you are beginning to wonder whether He cares. I know I have been in that place before myself and I know how you feel. I may not have experienced your exact situation, but I have struggled to somehow connect my longing to God's heart. I'm not the first one who has done this, nor are you the only one who has suffered the longing you are suffering now. The Bible is full of stories about real people dealing with real life. One of those people is David, and because David was a writer, we get the honor of having access to his prayer journal. PSALM 143:5-6'' I remember the days of old; I meditate on all thy works; I muse on the work of thy hands. I stretch forth my hands unto thee: my soul thirsteth after thee, as a thirsty land. Selah.




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lunes, 7 de abril de 2014

GOD'S LANGUAGE PART 1



Psalm 22:1-2'' My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? why art thou so far from helping me, and from the words of my roaring?
 O my God, I cry in the day time, but thou hearest not; and in the night season, and am not silent.
Maybe some of you are going through a hard time right now where you are feeling like God is silence. Well you all are not alone, because many are going through the same thing as you are.
David wrote the verse in Psalm 22, which was the same words that Jesus cried out on the cross. Later in the same prayer David also wrote, ''Do not be far from me, for trouble is near and there is no one to help'' Psalm 22:11.  I want you to know that many Christians and ministers will make statements like if God is being silent then it's because you are doubting. Sometimes He just is silent. We need to cry out to God during the silent times, and we see where David cried out to God in those silent times in prayer. Maybe you have never ''heard'' God's voice, and you wonder whether He speaks at all. I think that many of you are struggling right now with this spiritual concept. I know that in my own life many times I will pray and seek God on something and just wait to hear back from Him. Sometimes God my answer through reading His Word. God talks to us through His Word or He will talk to your Heart or he can also speak to you through someone else. We know that Moses was the only man who came face to face with God and spoke with him. Scripture doesn't say Jesus ever seen God face to face but it does say like David Jesus heard God's ''voice'' John 8:47'' He that is of God heareth God's words: ye therefore hear them not, because ye are not of God. Jesus also assured His listeners that those who belong to God hear God too. God is not silent, although He may not speak to us with a voice that our human ears can hear, He is definitely not silent. Many times my Heat has became heavy with people whom I know and love that are moving in the opposite direction of God's best for their lives. I would share with God my fears and the hurt I felt in my heart and how I could imagine what may be going on or about to happen in their lives. Here is what I feel God is showing me that anytime we use the words imagine or imagination in or vocabulary in relationship to fear, anxiety, or dread, we need to right now reel those vain imaginations in. I believe in order for God to speak to you through His Word, you must read it. You have got to read God's Word on a daily basis. His Word speaks best when you read it consistently. God's Word speaks best the more familiar you are with it. The more you read God's Word the more you will learn the language. It is a language of love, and it is woven throughout all of Scripture. When you are struggling to hear God's voice, camp out in the book of Psalms. The book of Psalms is full of reassurances that you are not alone if you are crying out and you sense that God is not giving you His full attention. I believe that the primary way God speaks to us is through His Word, that is how God communicates with us. I believe that God also speaks through other people as well. Hebrews 3:13'' But exhort one another daily, while it is called To day; lest any of you be hardened through the deceitfulness of sin.During the days when the OT was being written, God often spoke through other people. Unbeknownst to them, as they shared the message God gave them to speak, they were writing those messages to us. We call these men and women prophets and prophetesses. Many might believe that God no longer speaks through prophets, and perhaps He doesn't use this method of communication as much as he did back then because we have the written Word of God. But he still speaks through other people today. Many times God will put Bible verses or a thought into the minds of others who serve Him. Then those people will know right away it is for someone. So, in obedience to the sense of urgency that person gets from God, they share what was received. It might be through a phone call, email, or in person. Another way God speaks through others is through having a conversation. There are a few good friends of mine I know I can trust and be myself with whom many times have said things to me in a conversation that I know God spoke through them to speak to me. So when I am going through a period of confusion, these few friends of mine I do share things with. Many of my friends has shared with me things that they have learn from their own walks with the Lord. Many times we talk about Scriptures and share how God's kept His promises in our lives. I know a few of my friends are what I call faith-builder-upper friends. They have a way with Words that are very refreshing and reviving my spirit. I pray that I to can be a faith-builder-upper for others. I also pray that I can be a woman of God that others can trust--one who is safe and one who has such a dynamic walk with God and that time spent with my Heavenly Father will encourages others. Not only do we hear God's message through others, but God also delivers messages through us. When you communicate God's messages to others, be sure to qualify what you have to say with this, ''While God might use me to communicate to you, know that I am an imperfect vessel. Be sure to verify what I'm saying with Scripture and talk to God about it yourself.'' You need to do the same when others speak to you. sometimes we are in such a difficult place that our pain penetrates the hearts of good people, and they, in their attempt to encourage us, might share with us ''a message from God'' that didn't come from God.
God also speaks through Dreams and Visions.
ACTS 2:17'' And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams: God does speak through Dreams and Visions that he will give to others. I have had many Dreams and Visions that I know came from God but I do not bank my entire experience with God on Dreams or Visions. I think that could be dangerous. I prayed after a dream and said God if this dream came from you please let me know. Psalm 22:3'' But thou art holy, O thou that inhabitest the praises of Israel.
God speaks through Worship. The Word of God speaks consistently of the power of praise.
Joshua led the Israelites in a praise march around Jericho, and with the blast of trumpets Jericho's city walls crumbled and the Israelite army tasted the first victory in the Promise Land..Joshua 6. Many years later when Jehoshapat, King of Judah, was faced with a vast army that was too much for him, he led the people of Judah to see help from the Lord. Once they had prayed and fasted and heard from God through the prophet Jahaziel, son of Zechariah, Jehoshaphat assembled his troops for battle. You might think that he would place his best marksmen or maybe even his most courageous and seasoned warriors in front. But he didn't. Jehoshaphat ''appointed men to sing to the Lord and to praise him for the splendor of his holiness as they went out at the head of the army, saying: Give thanks to the Lord, for his love endures forever;;
2 Chron 20:21'' And when he had consulted with the people, he appointed singers unto the Lord, and that should praise the beauty of holiness, as they went out before the army, and to say, Praise the Lord; for his mercy endureth for ever. As the choir sang, the Lord worked. I wonder what would have happen had the men refused to praise God before He rescued them. The praise came first and then God engaged His power. Second Chron 20:22-26 tells the rest of the story. ''As they began to sing'' God set ambushes against the armies that were assembled together to create the enormous enemy force. The men in the vast army rose up against one another. They fought and slaughtered one another. By the time the Israelite army arrived at the battlefield, everyone was dead. All Jehoshaphat and his men had to do was carry off the plunder. They appropriately named the battlefield the Valley of Beracah, which means Valley of Praise. When we assemble with one another to worship, we are looking for God to show up. When God comes into the gathering of the saints, He communicates His presence to us. God inhabits the praises of His people. If we come in need of comfort, God's Spirit gives comfort. If we come with unconfessed sin, God's Spirit delivers conviction. If we come desperate, God's Spirit offers hope.
God speaks through worship--even when we can't see how He does! If you are suffering the silence of God and you are not gathering with the saints for worship, on a regular basis, then you need to. Make sure when you gather with other believers to worship that it's real, and experience the powerful presence of God. I want to give you all a Word of warning. Not all churches or Christian chatrooms, or other places of Christian gatherings are experiencing the presence of God in worship. But many these days are simply going through the motions. Don't go to those churches or those Christian gatherings or Christian chatrooms unless God's called you there to partner with Him in bringing them life. Go to a church or Christian fellowship group or even a Christian chat room that you know that presence of the Lord is there. You will know which places are experiencing the presence of God in a genuine worship by examining their fruit.

Mujeres abusada

Mujer tu vales mucho, tu naciste para ser amada, para dar vida y para ser una ayuda idónea para el, para vivir una vida con propósito, no para ser abusadas por ningún hombre. Pero cuántas mujeres creen que nacieron para ser amadas ? y que sus vida tienen propósito? Yo sé que por muchos años nunca pensé o me imaginé que mi vida tenía propósito ni mucho menos que Dios tenía grandes cosas reservada para mi. Porque cuando contemplaba mi pasado y las vivencias de mi niñez sólo podría imaginar que sería exactamente lo que me dijeron que llegaría a ser. Lo cual fue que no llegaría a ser nada, ni nadie en la vida. Cuántas mujeres no han creído las mentiras que el diablo puso en los corazones de sus padres, y familiares? que ellas no llegarían a ser nada en la vida y que nacieron para nada. Debido a estas mentiras se forjaron fortalezas mentales las cuales nos llevaron a creer todo eso y crecimos creyendo los que nuestros padres nos dijeron, el resultado de esto ha sido: mujeres que no se valoran, no se aman, no creen en si misma, no piensan que pueden llegar a ser algo en la vida ,y no comprenden lo importante que son y que sus vidas tienen propósito y que no nacieron para vivir una vida vacía sin propósito y mucho menos para ser abusadas humilladas, y maltratada por un hombre. Cuando no entendemos nuestro valor y el propósito que Dios tiene para nuestras vidas nos sentiremos que no valemos nada y si no, nos valoramos nosotras mismas los demás tampoco lo harán y sentirán que tienen luz verde para maltratarnos y abusarnos si se lo permitimos. La mayoría de mujeres que están en relaciones abusivas no se valoran, no se aman, no creen que pueda haber algo mejor para ellas,y si aceptan el abuso es debido a que prefieren quedarse en una relación abusiva que estar sola, pues la migajas de amor que reciben lo cual no es amor las hace sentir bien. Si una mujer se ama y tiene una percepción correcta sobre su valía no le va a permitir a un hombre que abuse emocionalmente, sexualmente, de ella y mucho menos que la golpe. Las mujeres necesitan entender lo mucho que valen,y lo mucho que Dios las amas es importante que se lo ministremos a través de la palabra Pues aunque les ofrezcamos ayuda social o un lugar donde vivir para que salgan de esa relación tormentosa el verdadero problema esta en el alma y es solo por medio de una relación con Dios que descubrirán su valor sino seguirán envolviéndose con hombre abusivo, por la falta de amor que tienen en sus corazones y este Ciclo volverá a repetirse en las vidas de muchas mujeres que vienen de relaciones tormentosas ya que tienden a atraer, y ser atraídas por hombres abusivos. La Clave para tener victoria es encontrar tu valor en Cristo sino seguirán envolviéndose con hombre que puede ser abusivo. Cuando una mujer no entiende su valor y lo importante que es para Dios no importan los golpes, la bofetadas, la palabras dañinas las cuales destruyen el auto estima y el abuso sexual ,todo esto empieza hacer parte de su vidas y lo aceptan hasta llegan a creer que debería ser así y aunque sepan que no es correcto,prefieren seguir en esta relación que vivir sin ese hombre pues el vacío que llevan no saben cómo llenarlo. Es como la adicción a las droga un drogadicto sabe que le hace daño pero sigue inyectándosela porque le hace sentir bien, la mujer abusadas sabe que el le hace daño pero no lo deja porque lo ama y no cree que pueda vivir sin el. En realidad ese amor que siente es un amor co- dependiente es un amor dañino, porque por recibirlo se dejan golpear, maltratar, y hasta puede perder su vida. Muchas veces decimos pero está loca como se deja abusar así de un hombre!!! es muy fácil decir eso si tú eres una mujer que sabes quien eres y a donde vas. Pero una mujer que no sabes quién es en Cristo que ha sido abusada desde niña que nunca recibió amor y lo único que conoció por amor fueron gritos, golpes, maltrato no le hace tan fácil salir de una relación abusiva la cual es idéntica a la misma relación que tuvo con sus padres. Estas mujeres temen enfrentar la soledad, y sus propios sentimientos ya que la mayoría de de ellas han condicionado su mente para creer todas esas mentiras de que son fea, que no valen nada, que no son cultas , a nadie les importan, y que ningún hombre la podrá amar como el la ama, y peor aún que nadie las amas más que el. El proceso para restaurar a estas mujeres van más allá de ayudarle a salir esa relación tormentosa y abusiva aunque ese es el primer paso. Lo triste de este problema es que también esta afectando a la iglesia ya que hay mujeres cristianas casada con un marido que las golpean, las maltrata emocionalmente, y sicológicamente y los pastores les dicen que no lo dejen que se queden allí. Cristo no, nos llamó a vivir con un hombre que nos abuse esa es una mentira del mismo diablo sal de esa relación inmediatamente y hasta que no demuestre un cambio sinceros genuino no vuelvas con el. Una mujer que viene de una relación abusiva necesita sanidad del alma necesita entrar en una relación con su padre celestial y entender cuánto vale y lo mucho que es amada por Dios. Se necesita ministrar liberación y sanidad del alma para que sean libres de los traumas emocionales, el rechazo, la desesperanza, y se pueda restaurar el auto estima, y el sentimiento de creer que no vale nada. Es un proceso y requiere que dicha mujer lo desee pero es muy necesario que las iglesias se capacitarse y que puedan equipar a mujeres y las preparen para hacer ese trabajo y quién más indicada para hacerlo que una mujer que haya superado el abuso. Amadas hermanas encontremos hoy nuestro valor en Cristo sólo así podremos valoramos a nosotras misma y por ende la demás nos respetarán y nos valorarán. El amor verdadero no te grita, no te pega, no te hace llorar, ni mucho menos duele.

viernes, 4 de abril de 2014

La Paciencia


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