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1. The only mediator

Our parents’ sins distanced us from God.
In the beginning everything was peace.
In the beginning there was no evil.
In the beginning there was no evil.
In the beginning everything was harmony.
Satan and his demons were already on the earth.
Satan’s plan was to destroy God’s work.
With our parent’s sins
Our relationship with God was broken.
All nations lived far from God.
They did not have hope.
They were dead.
Everything was darkness.
The real light was absent.
But God had a plan to save us.
He sent his son to redeem us.
He was on earth.
He carried the burden of our sins.
He lived with dignity and did not sin.
He shed his precious blood for us.
He died and resurrected.
His resurrection established a relationship with God.
Jesus Christ is the only mediator between God and humanity.
Praised be the Lord for your great mercy.
Honor and glory for allowing us to be before your throne.
Honor and glory the true light: Jesus Christ.

* 1Tim 2:5; Heb 12:24; Gen 3: 1-24; Isa 43:27; Gen 1:1-31; Job 1:7; Lk 10:18; Jer 2:32; Jer 18.15; Mt 24:36-39; Isa 59:2; Hos 5:6; 1Jn 1:5-7; Eph 3:11; Lk 1:77; 1Cor 15: 1-7; Jn 3: 16; Jn 1: 9-11; Jn 11:25; Col 1:19-20

2. Blessing and sadness

Great blessing is age with wisdom.
But great sadness is age with foolishness.

* Prov 20: 29; Eccl 12:1; Eccl 4:13; Eccl 11:9-10; Prov 16:31; Lev 19 :32; Gen 25 :7

3. Return to God

Where is the wise one? I don´t see them
Where is the prudent one? It´s hard to find them
Where is the brave one? You can´t find them
What is there then? Fools, crazy people, angry people,
thieves, rapists and the hard hearted
What to do? Return to God and repent

* II Ti 3:1-5; Ge 6:5-6; 2P 3: 9; Mt 4:16-17; St 4: 8-10; Is 55:7; Dn 4:27; Jr 26:13; 1Jn 1:9-10; Pr 28:13; Is 1:16-18; Luc 3:8-14

4. CONSEQUENCES OF POWER

Power with greed corrupts
Power with compassion, builds you up and magnifies you

* Mt 6:24; Pro 1:19; Mr 4:19; Job 20:5-15; Pr 14:20-22; Lm 3: 21-23; Mi 7:18-20; Luc 10:30-37

5. THE GREAT LIBERATOR

Pain and destruction cover the earth
Evil and violence increase
The empire of darkness governs the nations
There is no fear.
There is no respect for good values
Who could get us out of this iron oven?
Who could free us from the claws of the satan?
Who could restore the earth and the universe?
Who will govern with justice?
Who will satisfy the thirsty?
Who will satisfy the hungry?
Who will govern the nations with an iron rod?
Who will wash away our tears?
Who will console us?
Who will fill the earth with joy?
Who will strengthen our hearts?
Who will protect our exit and entry?
Who will bless our work?
Who will free us from epidemics?
Who will care for our rest?
Who will finally allow us to see His face?
Only our Lord Jesus Christ.

* Ps 18:1-2; Ps 70: 5; Isa 14: 12; Eph 6: 12; Deut 4:20; Gen 6:5; 1 Jn 5:18; Prov 4:17; Col 1:14;  Rev 2: 26-28; Rev 21: 4; 2 Cor 1:4; Ps 121:8; Num 6:25

6. I WAIT IN YOU

In you expect with certainty,
as the day waiting for the night,
as expected the morning songbird,
as chicks waiting for food,
as strong and wise athlete expected to win,
as expected diligent farmer harvest
as the dutiful son expected the blessing of their parents,
so my soul waits for the Exalted who will fill me with joy.

* Ps 38:15; Ps 130:5; Ps 25:5; Mt 23:37; Lk 13:34;  Prov 13: 1; Ps 127:3

7. LIGHT AND GUIDE

Light of my eyes is your word.
Compass in my life are your commands

* Sal 119:105; Sal 43:3; Prov 6:23; Sal 27: 11; 2 P 1:19; 2 P 1:19; Jn 6:63

8. THE LORD´S POWER

He said: Do this and it was done
He tested his spiritual creation: Holy angels and demons arose
He instructed Adam and Eve and He closed Noah´s ark when all were aboard.
He descended upon Babel and confused his language
He was Abraham´s guest and He presented himself as Melchizedek
And finally, He came as man and gave his life for the sins of mankind.
He resurrected and He is on the right-hand side of God our Holy Father
Who is He? Our Lord, Jesus Christ.

*   Gen 1:1-31; Gen 3:1-24; Jude 6; Gen 7:15-16; Gen 11:1-9; Gen 14: 18-30 ; Gen 18: 2-5 ;  Mc 10:45;  Mt  22: 44
Mr 10:45;  Mt 22: 44.

9. EXALTED KING, COME SOON

Oh Jerusalem, Oh Jerusalem, Oh Jerusalem, the King of Kings will come soon on His second visit Oh Jerusalem, your king will come with great majesty On your first visit, they didn´t want to recognize and even today, they do not recognize you Your second visit is near, very near and everyone will see you In hearts there is hope and a new clamor is born to express with reverence Bless the one who comes in the name of the Lord Finally, the hen will collect her scattered chicks and protect them under her wings Oh nations of the world wait and praise the Lord with great fear; because the new Jerusalem, the Holy City, will soon descend from heaven prepared  like a wife dressed up for her husband.

* Mc 13.26; Mt 21:9; Lk 19:38; Acts 1:11; Jn 1: 11; Mt 24:3; Mt 24:27; 1 Jn 2:28; Jas 5: 7-8; Mc 11:9; Mt 23:37; Rev 21:2; Heb 12:22
5: 7-8; Mr 11:9; Mt 23:37; Ap 21:2; Heb 12:22

10. LET US SING FOREVER AND FOR ALL ETERNITY

My soul sings to the Creator
My soul sings to the Lord
My soul sings to the Provider
My soul sings to the Protector
My soul sings to the Savior
My soul sings to the Liberator
Song of the soul
Song of the spirit
Song of true love
Song of the victor
Song of the distressed
Song of the persecuted
Song of the perseverant
May all nations sing
May all races sing
May all children sing
Sing in all languages
To the strong liberator
May the young sing
May the elderly sing and
May they sing in all households
To the Supreme Judge
May he sing, who has no hope
May he sing, who is blessed
May he sing, who is called on by God
Let us all sing because it is fair to do so
Let us all sing to the one and only God
Soul of mine, rest on your creator
Soul of mine, obey your Lord
Soul of mine, walk with God
Soul of mine, offer Him your life
Sing forever
Sing for eternity
Praise your merciful God
Praise the one and only God

* Ps 149: 1-7; Ps 135; Ps 148; Ps 100: 1-5; Col 3:16-17; Jas 5:13; Ps 98:4-6; Ps 47:6; Ps 81:1-2; Ps 30: 4-5; Ps 8: 1-2

11. THE MARTYRS OF FAITH

Caminan con Dios.
Ellos no tienen temor.
Su mente y su corazón están con Dios.
Son gozosos.
Son diligentes.
Son misericordiosos.
Son testimonios vivos.
Son testigos vivos de Jesucristo.
En silencio hacen buenas obras.
Saben que son peregrinos en la tierra,
y que son aves de paso.
No le temen a las amenazas.
No le temen al dolor y a la fatiga.
Son verdaderos soldados de Jesucristo.
Anhelan a la Jerusalem celestial.
A nada se aferran.
Solamente en Dios tienen su esperanza.
Sobre la verdadera roca se apoyan.
Los mártires de la fe han sido  perseguidos,
aserrados, humillados, discriminados,
azotados y ultrajados.
A las fieras fueron entregados y no hubo llanto,
sino que cantaban y bendecían a Dios.
El mártir de la fe no le teme a la muerte,
porque saben que es un corto sueño,
para luego despertar a la resurrección.
Escucharan la poderosa voz de Jesucristo
y su cuerpo corruptible se volverá incorruptible,
y en su segunda venida los mártires vivos,
transformaran su cuerpo mortal en celestial,
y recibirán al Rey de Reyes en el aire,
y verán el rostro de Jesucristo.
Estarán en la Bodas del Cordero.
No temas, se fuerte, dice el Señor
y confía en mí porque cumpliré todas las promesas.
Tendremos verdadera paz y las naciones,
ya no se prepararan más para la guerra.
No habrá hambre, ni epidemias,
ni llanto, ni maldad.
Las naciones rendirán culto al
único y verdadero Dios.
Fortalece tu fe porque vienen
cosas maravillosas.
Lo mejor de nuestras vidas están por venir.
No te confíes.
No te desanimes.
Ocúpate de tu salvación.
Que la venida del Señor,
no te coja de sorpresa.
No te apegues a lo material.
Porque hay momentos y habrá momentos,
en que el oro, la plata y las riquezas,
no servirán para nada.
Ten paciencia y camina con temor,
temblor y sabiduría, porque el Señor
nos protegerá de la gran tribulación.
Es promesa divina.
No le temas al martirio y a la persecución,
porque esto es nada, en comparación
con las promesas eternas del Señor.
Se valiente, firme y nunca seas tibio,
para que el Señor no te vomite.
Dios no quiere cristianos indecisos.
Los quiere definidos y con verdadera fe.
Honor y gloria al justo y poderoso.
Honor y gloria al que venció a satanas.
Honor y gloria al que venció a la muerte.

* Gen 5: 23-24; Gen 6:8-9; Prov 15: 8; Jn 16:22; 2 Cor 13: 11; 1Thess 5:16-19; Prov 10:4; Prov 13:4; Prov 21:5; Eph 4:32; Prov 14:21; Mt 5:7; Prov 19:22; Mc 13:9; 2Tim 1: 8; 2 Thess 1:10; 1 Pet 5:1; Isa 43: 10; Isa 44:8; Lk 24: 48; 1Pet 5:1; Acts 10:39; Acts 1:8;  Heb 11:13; 1 Pet 2: 11; 2 Tim 2: 3-4; Heb 12:22; Rev 21:2; Rev 3:12; Ps 9:18; Ps 14:6; Ps 39: 7; Ps 62:5; Ps 62:6-7; Ps 91:2; 1Cor 10: 3-4; Ps 31:2; Ps 62:2; Ps 71:3; Ps 89:26; Acts 5:40; 2 Cor 2:10; 2 Cor 11: 25- 27; Heb 11: 36-37; 2 Cor 4:11; Dan 6: 16-23; Ps 23:4; Rom 8:38-39; Ps 13:3; Jn 11: 11; Eph 5:14; Ezek 37: 1-14; Isa 26:19; Acts 24:15; Heb 11:35; Acts 26:23; Job 37: 2-5; Ps 19:4; Ps 18: 13; 1 Cor 15:52-55; 1Cor 15:50; 1Cor 15.42; 1Thess 4:13; 1 Thess 4:17; Ps 17:15; Rev 22:4; Rev 19:9; Rev 21:2; Josh 1:9; Isa 2:4; Hos 2:18; Mic 4:3; Isa 49:10; Rev 7:16; Ps 91:10; Isa 51:11; Rev 21:4; Isa 25: 8; Ps 86:9-10; Isa 66:23; Rev 15:4; Phil 2:12; Heb 2:3; Mt 24:42; 1Thess 5:2; Job 27:15-16; Job 36:18-19; Ps 39:6; 1Pet 1:17; Ps 18:28; Mt 24: 21; Prov 11:8; Rev 3:15-16; Jn 16:33; Rom 16:20; Rev 21:4; Isa 25:8

12. YOUR WONDERFUL WORK

I look at the universe and I wonder.
I look at the stars and I shudder.
Could human science understand your work? NO!
Could the God-fearing understand it and enjoy it? YES!

* Sal 8: 3-4; Sal 147: 4; Job 38: 1-41; Job 5:9; Sal 26:7; Sal 86:10; Sal 105: 5; Job 37: 1-24;

13. WHO IS YOUR GOD?

If all your energy, time and attention is spent concentrating on money,
this is your god.
If you do the same with your work, this is your god.
If you do the same with the pleasure, this is your god.
If you already have your god, why do you complain and feel sorry for
your bad situation?
Why don´t you look for the true God with all your mind and all your
heart?

* Eccl 5:10; 1Tim 6:10; Lk 12:15; Eccl 2:22-23; Prov 21:17; Ps 62:10; Ps 27:4, 8-9; Ps 34 :4 ; Mt 6 :33 ; Ps 63 :1 ; Ps 69 :32 ; Ps 40 :16 ; Am 5 :4-6 ; Ps 40 :16

14. BLESS THE LORD

Bless He who gave you live
Bless He who gave you the Holy Spirit
Bless He who feeds you
Bless He who gives you spiritual nourishment
Bless He who cares for your entry and exit
Bless He who protects you from your enemies
Bless Him forever and all eternity
Because He is the only God, saint, exalted and the almighty.

* Ps 100: 3; Ps 139:13; Prov 1:23; Acts 2:1-4; Ps 136:25; Mt 6:26; Ps 136:25; Ps 121:8; Deut 28:6; Ps 4:8; Ps 6:10; Ps 92:9; Dan 6:20; Mt 16:16; Jn 6:57

15. WHO WILL LIVE?

Listen to my voice and you will live
Follow my commandments and you will live
Honor your parents and you will live
Love your brother and you will live
Practice my justice and you will live
Distance yourself from evil and you will live
Ask for wisdom and you will live
Practice good judgment and you will live
Love and respect your spouse and you will live
Because he who obeys, lives
Because he who does well, lives
Because he who is guided by the spirit of God, lives
Because he who is guided by the light of God, will live
Forever and for eternity

* Jn 5:24-25; Rev 3:20; Prov 7:2; Prov 4:4; Ex 5:16; Eph 6: 2-3;  Jas 2:8-9; Lk 10: 27-28; Ps 15:1-2; Ps 37: 27-29; Prov 4:1-9; Prov 27:12; 1Pet 3:7; Acts 5:29; 1Pet 1: 14-15; 1Sam 15:22; Gal 6:9; Rom 8:13- 14; Ps 43:3-4; Ps 36:9; Ps 27:1

16. REAL HOPE

Day is born and night dies
Hope is born and injustice dies
Light is born and darkness dies
The new man is born and the old man dies
With God, true hope is born
With satan and his demons, the awful night will never cease

* Gen 1:5; Jn 1:3; Ps 119:147 -148; Ps 39:7; Ps 62:5; Ps 142: 5; Col 3:25; Isa 5:20,23; Jn 3:19-21; Jn 8:12; Jn 12:46; 2Cor 5:17; Rom 6:6; Jn 3:3; Eph 2:15; Eph 4:22-24; Col 3: 9-10; Heb 7:19; 1Pet 1:3; 1Pet 5:8; 2 Cor 4:4

17. KEEP ME LORD

Keep me from sin and free me
from trampling your precious blood
Make it gentle, wise and with divine wisdom to discern

* Ps 16:1; Ps 17:8-9; Rom 6: 12-13; Prov 2:12; Heb 10:29; Mt 5:5; 1Pet 5:5; Prov 13:16; Prov 16:21; Prov 1:7; Prov 1:20-21; Ps 51:6; Sir 8:5

18. CLEAN YOUR MIND AND YOUR HEART

Your face reflects your inside.
If there is evil, hypocrisy,
falsehood or perversion,
your face will give you away.
Clear your mind and your heart
so the Lord´s light will illuminate your face

* 2 Tim 3: 1-9; Jer 5:3; Prov 17:24; Mt 5:8; Mc 7: 21-23; Ps 67:1;  Ps 119: 135; Mt 13: 42-43

19. DOING GOOD

Will he who has killed,
he who has extorted,
he who has changed weights and measurements
or he who has involved in injust enrichment
sleep in pace? NO!

* Prov 4:16; Isa 48: 22; Isa 57:21; Isa 59: 7-9; Deut 25:15; Prov 20:10; Prov 20:23; Prov 13:11

20. THE EVILS OF GREED

With greed, those who have
wealth and power,
pollute the air,
land and water and leave
its inhabitants in misery.
Will the divine justice
not reach these hard-hearted?
Of course!

* Gen 1 :28-30 ;1Tim 6:9; Prov 15: 27; Prov 1:19; Mc 4:19; Prov 28:22; Jer 51:25; Mt 24: 37-39; Rev 11:18; Ps 9: 4-8; Lk 18 :7-8 ; Isa 46 : 12-13 ; Acts 7 :51

21. LOSSES AND BLESSINGS

Is there a relationship between the plagues,
the losses, the disasters and
the way of life of its inhabitants?
Of course, there is!
If people are fearful, honest
and hardworking, these calamities
and tragedies will not reach them.
If there is respect for man by God
and nature, nothing bad will happen.
If there is sin, will the plagues,
grief and fatigue not reach them?
Certainly, they will reach

* Deut 28: 15-68; Lk 17: 26-37; Jn 9:31; Deut 28:1-14; Ps 144:15; 2 Cor 8: 21; 1Thess 4:12; Ps 130:3-4; Jas 1:15; Rom 6:23; Jn 8:34; Rev 21:8, 27; 1Jn 3:8, 10; Isa 59: 1-2

22. HOPE FOR THE BELIEVER

The fool says:
I´m alone and I have nothing.
I´m lost and I have no hope.
The believer says:
I live in God
and God lives in me.
I am not alone and
I have everything.
I can do everything
with God and
I shall not want.
Can I ask for more?
No!

* Ps 14:1; Ps 53:1; Job 8:13-14; Prov 10:28; Ps 91:2; Ps 71:5-6;  Gál 2:20-21; Phil 4: 13; Ps 23: 1-6

23. GOD DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE

Do not worry about the color of your skin.
Do not worry about your race.
The fool discriminates race and color.
The wise man only looks at the heart.
The creator of human lineage
does not look at our external appearance
He looks at our mind and heart
He knows our mind, our heart,
our intentions and our feelings
Of what use is it to man to have a beautiful appearance
if inside he has nastiness and filth?
Of what use is it to man to lean on the color of his skin
or the good image of his race, if his works
are for spiritual death?
He who is discriminated, that he raise his head proudly
because his lawyer and defendor is the Supreme Judge.
they are poor and blind, those who let themselves be dazzled
by quickly passing appearances and lose
the promises, which are eternal.
Poor men who believe they are powerful
but, their house was built on sand.
Strong winds will come and destroy it.
Blessed is he who builds his house on rock,
because nothing will destroy it:  Not even the strong wind,
nor discrimination, nor persecution, nor the plague.
Live without fear
Live without dread
Live in freedom
because nor your race nor the color of your skin,
give salvation.  Only the faith of good work.
Only those who love God and his fellow man will be saved.

* 1S 17:42; 1S 16:5-7; Jn 7:24; Ef 2:10; Is 45:12; Gn 1:27; Jer 17:10; Ap 2: 23; Mt 23: 25-36; 2 P 2: 9-10; Ap 3:1; Ap 22:12; Ro 6:23; 1Co 3:13; St 2:14-17; Sal 62: 12; 1P 2:12; Sal 68:5; Pr 23: 10-11; Is 33: 22; Lm 3: 58-60; Ap 3:17; Mt 23: 16-19; 2 P1:4; 2 P 3:13; 1Jn 2:25; Hch 1: 4; Mt 7:24-29; Ex 20:20; Sal 119: 45; Sal 23: 1-6; Gá 5:1; Mt 22: 37-40; St 2:8; Hch 16:31; Gá 5:14; Jn 15:12; Ro 13:9

24. YOUR FACE WITH THE LIGHT OF THE LORD

The sinner´s face is hard
and inspires distrust.
Peace and obedience
give light, life, hope and
vitality to your face.
The presence of God
in the believers
cannot be hidden.
The light of God in your face,
will be giveaway

* Prov 29:1; Jer 5:3; Acts 7:51; Isa 59:2; Ps 31:16; Prov 4:18-19; Mt 13: 43; Mt 5:14; Ps 16:11

25. RIGHT YOUR WAY

Why are you in such a hurry
to live life in the fast lane?
Why don´t you slowdown
to correct yours ways?
From foolishness only death is left.
From fear of God, eternal life is left.
Choose now before time runs out.

* Mt 6:25-34; Lk 8:14-15; Eccl 1:3,4,8; Ps 39:6-7; Jer 6:8; Prov 23:4-5; Prov 12:23; Rom 6:16,23; Rom 5:12; Prov 9:10; Jn 5:24; Ps 2:11; Lk 18:29-30; Phil 2:12 ; 1Pet 1 :17,18 ; Mt 24:42; Jas 5:8; Lk 12:40

26. I WANT TO SEE YOUR FACE

May my soul not be corrupted
May my mind not be corrupted
May my heart not be corrupted
Because I cannot see Your face
Lord, cleanse my soul
Lord, cleanse my mind
Lord, cleanse my heart
Lord, make me a child of Christ.

* Ps 24:4; Ps 19:13; Ps 51:10; Prov 21:8; Prov 6:32; 1Pet 1:22; Eph 4: 23-24; Phil 4: 7- 9; Jer 4:14; Ps 51:2; Ps 119: 1-3; Ex 33:20; Deut 31: 17-18; 1Pet 3: 12; 1Jn 1:7; Isa 1:18; Ps 51:10; Ps 24: 4-6; Jer 33: 8; Mt 18: 3-5; Lk 18: 15-17; Eph 2: 1-2

27. WALK WITH GOD

Walk with correctness to be respected
Think with wisdom for your advice to be heard.
Fear God to prosper in all that you do

* Ps 27:11; Prov 14:2; Isa 26:7; Ps 37:28; Ps 37:28; 1Chr 29:17; Prov 16:17; Lk 8:15; Isa 26:7; Ps 49:3; Col 3:16; Zeph 1: 5-6; Prov 2:2; Prov 8:33-34; Lk 21:15; Ps 49:3; Ps 1:3; Heb 4:1; 1Pet 2:17; 1Cor 2:3; 2 Cor 7:1; Eph 5:21; Phil 2:12; Heb 12: 28-29; 1Pet 1:17

28. CONSEQUENCES OF SIN

Where there is sin, there is pain
Where there is sin, there is anguish
Where there is sin, there is starvation
Where there is sin, there is thirst
Where there is sin, there is illness
Where there is sin, there is violence
Where there is sin, there is destruction
Where there is sin, there is suffering
Where there is sin, there is disrespect
Where there is sin, there are plagues
Come back to the Lord so your mercy will cover you
Come back to the Lord so your name will not be erased from the book of life
Come back to the Lord so your face will be illuminated
Come back to the Lord and do not sin again

* Rom 5:12-21; Job 15:20-35; Ps 32: 10; Eccl 2: 23; Isa 13:4-14; Rom 2:9; Deut 28:15- 68; Isa 5: 8-30; Ps 51:1-5; Ps 41:4; Acts 3:19; Heb 4:16; Ps 32:10; Rev 3:5; Num 6:25- 26; Jn 8:10-11; Heb 12:1

29. HUMANITY RUNS AND RUNS

Humanity runs more and more every day.  They never have rest.
They think that continuous movement is the meaning of life.
There is a lot of movement but there is a lot of inequality.
There is a lot of movement but their work is not blessed.
There is a lot of time invested in work, but the salary is not fair.
Only he who walks with God will be blessed.
Only he who obeys God will have spiritual and material blessings.
Only the fair will enjoy the fruit of their work.
Only the wise will accumulate treasure in heaven because
The earthly riches are not the end of their pilgrimage on earth.
Love your God and you will have life and abundance.
Fear the Lord and you will live forever and for all eternity.

* Isa 59:7; Dan 12:4; Lk 10:41-42; Lk 21: 34; Prov 10:15; Jas 5:4-5; Deut 28:1; Gen 5:24; Ps 28:1; Eph 4:1; Gal 5:16; Prov 10:16; Ps 37:29; Ps 92:12; Mt 6:19-21; Lk 12:16-21; Ps 39:6; 1Tim 6:17-19; Jn 10:10; Deut 15:4; Heb 12:28; Phil 2:12; Ps 34:9- 10; Ps 34:7; Ps 112:1-4; Prov 10:27; Ps 103:17-18

30. THE KING OF KINGS

The King of Kings
The Lord of Lords
who can do anything,
the all-seeing
the all-knowing.
As the Highest Judge,
that of great mercy
the unique living God.
Let Him be the glory,
praise and honor
for all eternity.

* Rev 19: 16; 1 Tim 1: 17; Rev 17:14; Deut 10:17; 1Tim 6:15-16; Eph 3:20; Ps 89:8; Ps 139: 1-18; Jer 23:24; Prov 15: 3; Gen 29:15; Ps 94:9; Gen 1:31; Ps 53:2; 1 Cor 3:20; Mt 6:8; Mt 12:25; 2 Tim 2: 19; Acts 15:8; Ps 50: 1-23; Eccl 12:14; Jn 9: 39; 2 Pet 3: 7; Rom 9:15; Ps 36:10; Eph 2:4; Jude 21; Dan 6:20; Jn 6: 51; Acts 14:15

31. T0 KINGS AND GOVERNORS

Governors and kings of the people
Why do you deceive people with promises that you do not fulfill?
Do you not know that the King of kings is the Supreme Judge
and will judge you for your work?
Why do you not serve with honesty?
God and the nations will be grateful
Kings and governors of the earth:
Walk with fear and govern with justice
So, sudden destruction will not fall upon you.

* Ps 101:7; Gal 6:7; Job 34:17; Prov 29:12; 1 Tim 1:17; Ps 10:16; Rev 19: 16; Rev 17:14; Rev 22:12; 1 Cor 4: 5;  Dan 2:21; 1Tim 2:1-4; Prov 29:2; Rom 13:1-7; Acts 7:35; Job 34:16- 21

32. TRUE PEACE

All over the world we talk of peace but peace does not come.
Will he who breaks the law have peace?  No!
Will he who exploits his brother have peace?  No!
Will he who loathes his brother have peace?  No!
Will he who does not help the needy have peace? No!
Will he who destroys nature have peace?  No!
Will he who covets wealth have peace?  No!
Will he who has a promiscuous lifestyle have peace?  No!
Who will have peace then?
Only he who fears the Lord
Only he who follows His laws
Only he who has faith in the Lord
Only he who looks first for His kingdom and His justice

*  Ezek 7:25; Ezek 13:10; Rom 3:17; 1Thess 5:3; Rev 6:4; Jer 6:14; Prov 24:22; Isa 59: 7-8; Isa 30: 12-13; Am 8:4-7; Mt 18:32; Lev 25:17; Prov 26:18-19; 1Jn 4: 20-21; 1Jn 2:9; 1Jn 3:15;  Ps 34:21; Mt 7 : 7-12 ;  1Jn 3: 17-18; Ezek 16: 49; Prov 14:20; Prov 17:5; Rev 11:18; Ps 39:6; Ps 49:6; Jas 5:1-6; Jer 5:7-9; 1 Cor 6:9-10; Rom 1: 18-32; Jude 7; Mt 5:9; Isa 26:3; Ps 25:12; Josh 24:14; Mal 4:2; Prov 3: 1-4; Prov 2: 1-10; Heb 10:38; Lk 8:48; 2 Cor 5:7; Gal 3:14; Mt 6:33

33. THE CENTER OF HISTORY

Who lived an eternity in the limits of time?
Who transcended death?
Who subdued satan and the evil spirits?
Who created the universe?
Who placed order in the celestial orbits?
Who is the center of universal history?
Only one:  Jesus Christ

* Heb 7:3; Heb 1:8; Heb 13:8; Rev 1:18;  Jn 11:25; Hos 13:14; Acts 2:31; 1Pet 1:3; Lk 10:18; Lk 4:8; Rev 20:2; Job 38:1-41; Gen 1:1; Rev 3:14; Col 1:15-17; Rom 1:20; Ps 90: 2; Heb 13:8; Mc 9:7; Ap 1:8

34. TRUE WORDS

Words come and words go
Empty words and words without meaning
Talk to talk; think to think
When will our words be useful then?
When will our thoughts be useful then?
When will our words stop being empty?
When will our thoughts stop being empty?
When everything that we talk about, think about and do,
is for our spiritual growth
When everything that we talk about, think about and do,
is to do good in the name of the Lord?
When everything that we talk about, think about and do,
is to uplift your neighbor?
When everything that we talk about, think about and do,
is to confirm that we are witness to our
Lord Jesus Christ?

* Prov 10:14; 2 Tim 2:16; Mt 6:7; Prov 10:19; Mt 12: 34; Lk 4:4; Jas 1:19; Prov 17:27; 1 Cor 2:6-7; 1Pet 4:11; Phil 1:14; Ps 119:172; Ps 71:24; 1Tim 3:7; 1Tim 5:1-25; 2 Cor 1:12; 2 Tim 1:8; 2 Thess 1: 1-12; Rom 15: 2; Lk 10: 25-37; Jas 2:8; Zech 8:16; Prov 3: 27-29; Gal 5: 14; Prov 11:9; Acts 1:8; Isa 44: 8; Acts 22: 14-15; Mc 16: 16- 18; Heb 12: 1-2

35. BLESSED ARE YOU

Blessed are You because You are holy,
You are uniqueandof great power.
All nationswill fearand submit toYou.
Your righteousnesswill shine
and your love will be your strength.
Bless you for always and forever

*  Rev 4: 8; Josh 24:19; Isa 6:1-3; 1Sam 2:2; Isa 41:14; Deut 4:37; Eph 1:18-19; Lk 1:34-35; Acts 8:10; Rev 7:12; Ps 76:7-8; Rev 15:4; Ps 102:15; Ezek 36: 23; Isa 62:1; Ps 37:6; Mal 4:2; Job 22: 25-28; Ps 37:28; Am 5:24; 1Chr 16:36; Ps 89:52; Dan 2:20; Ps 144:1-15

36. GOD´S WONDERFUL PLAN

Splendid God
Majestical God
Sublime God
You are unchangeable
You are the same today, yesterday and in the future
Your mercy has not changed
Your patience is maintained
Your wisdom and all of Your virtues do not have limits
They are unfathomable and unattainable to the human mind
You have a wonderful plan for humanity
Conceived before the creation of the world
A plan that is not revealed to the non-believers
A plan that allowed God to restore His relationship with humanity
This plan redeems man and rescues him from the power of the oppressor, satan
A plan that allows God to defeat the greatest enemy of humanity:  death
A plan that will resurrect the believers
The corruptible body will be transformed into another spiritual and incorruptible body
This plan also restores all creation
Because today it groans in travail
Waiting for the sons of Gods to appear
With this plan, God will live among men
From heaven, spiritual Jerusalem will descend
The believers will see the face of the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords
Honor and glory forever and for all eternity
To the true God who gives humanity true hope
He is true meat indeed and true drink indeed.

*  Job 37:22-23; Jude 25; Rev 4:8; Job 11:7; Isa 2:10, 19; Heb 1:3; Heb 6:17-18; Ps 102:12; Ps 102: 25-28; Mal 3: 6; Heb 1:12; Heb 13: 7-9; Jas 5:11; Ps 57:10; Lk 6:36; Lk 1:50; Ps 145: 17; Ps 94:18; Rom 15: 5-6; Rom 9:22; 2 Thess 3:5; 1Pet 3:20; Rev 3:10; Job 12:13; Lk 2:52; 1 Cor 1:24; Eph 1:17; Eph 3:10; Rom 11:33-34; Job 37:23; 1Cor 2:16; Isa 40:28-31; Gen 1: 26-32; Jn 3:16-21; Heb 5:8-10; Heb 2: 10-13; Rom 5:17-21;  Mt 5:5; Prov 2:21; Ps 37: 9,11,22,29,34; Rev 10:22; 1Cor 2: 6-16; Am 3:7-8; Eph 3:5; Mt 11:25-30; Rom 4:25; 1Jn 1: 5-7; 1Cor 15: 1-7; 1Pet 3: 21; 1Tim 2:5; Jn 3:16; Rom 5:8; Ps 91:14; Rev 5:9; Mt 26:28; Heb 5:9; Titus 2:13-14; Heb 12:2; 1Jn 4:4; Lk4:8; 1Cor 15: 54-58; Hos 13:14; 2Tim 1:9-10; Rom 6:23; Rev 1:18; Ezek 37:1- 14; Heb 6:2-6; Acts 24:15; Phil 3:21; 1Cor 15:42-54; Rom 8:22-23; Gal 4:19; 1Pet 1:3; Rom 8:18-22; Acts 3:21; 2 Cor 6:16; 1Jn 2:28; Rev 21:3; Rev 21:2,9-27; Heb 11:8-10; Rev 19:16; Rev 17:14; Jn 6:55

37. THE ARROGANCE OF SATANAS

Oh, my Lord:  the demons tremble in Your presence
They do not resist Your presence
They do not resist Your holiness
They do not resist Your splendor
They do not accept Your justice
Evil demons and angels:
They are full of greed
They longed for the Throne of the Highest
That is why they were beaten
The good angels and Jesus Christ did it
And Jesus Christ saw satan fall like lightning
Oh satan: you were beaten oh evil spirit
You and your angels will be in prisons of darkness for eternity
Praise the Lord because he gave us a great victory
The Supreme Chief defeated them with His great power and wisdom
If we walk with God, the fallen angels will not be able to cause us harm
The trumpets sound because the Lord has defeated satan and his demons
The trumpets sound because death was defeated by Jesus Christ
He who obeys Jesus Christ will live for eternity
Because he is not the God of the dead but of the living

* Jas 2:19; Mt 8:28-32; Mt 4:10-11; Mt 16:23; Lk 10:17-20; Mc 1:21-28; Ezek 28:12- 19; Isa 14:12-15; 2 Pet 2:4; Ezek 28:14-16; Rev 12:7-9; Lk 10:18; Rev 20.10; Jude 6; 1 Cor 15:57; Jas 4:7; Mc 16: 17-18; Acts 28: 3-6; 1Pet 3:13; Ps 91:1-16; Ps 23:1-6; Lk 11:14; 1Cor 15:54-57;   Lk 20:38; Mc 12:27; Mt 22:32; Heb 2:14-15; Jn 8:12; Jn 11:25; Mt 25:46; Jn 3:16

38. YOUR GREAT POWER

Nothing can or will stop your holy work on earth.
All Your commandments are met and confirmed that your word is true.
Blessed is he who obeys your commands with joy,
because he is wise and prudent to trust the faithful one for his excellence

* I Jn 3:8; Eph 6:10-20; Phil 1:6; Col 1: 12,13; Eph 1:11; Eph 3:10-11; Mt 6:10; Lk 11:2; Jas 1:18; Rev 4:11; Jn 17:17; Jn 14:6; Mt 25:34; Ps 119:1-2; Ps 19:8; Ps 119:4-5; Ps 119:47; Prov 8:34-35; Prov 13: 16; Prov 16:21; 1 Cor 10:13; 2 Thess 3:3

39. YOU ARE EVERYWHERE

I see you in my heart
I see you in my mind
I see you in the stars
I see you in a child’s smile
I see you in the peace of the elderly
I see you everywhere
I feel you everywhere
I perceive you everywhere
Because you are in everything
You make up part of everything:
Of the visible and invisible
Because you made everything
And you test everything:
You tested the angels
And you also tested the Garden
of Eden and our fathers
Your work is majestic
I cannot fathom it
But, I believe in you and I love you
My mind cannot capture
the fullness of your eternity
But, I obey you with joy
My mind cannot understand your great power
But, I follow your rules and commandments
If I see You, I believe;
If I do not see you, I also believe
Because you are a real God
and you are the only living God
Governors and kings of the earth:
Obey the true God
To the only God who gives peace,
does justice and gives eternal life.
Be wise:  Do not sacrifice your lives and your nations
For temporary wealth and power
Because these, are today and will not be tomorrow
They only leave chaos and misery
Let’s search for the True Leader
The King of Kings
The Lord of Lords

Ps 139: 1-18; Jer 23:23-24; Ps 37:31; Ps 57:7; Isa 26:3; Ps 19: 1-6; Ps 8:3-9; Prov 16:31; Ps 71:1-24; Prov 20:29; Job 5:24-26; Ps 139:7-8; Ps 16:11; Jer 23:23-24; Col 1:16; Ps 143:5; Ps 66: 10; 1 Thess 2:4; 2 Pet 2:4; Ps 7.9; Ex 15:25; Ex 20:20; Deut 8:2; Jude 6; Gen 3: 1-13; Ps 150: 1; Job 26: 7-14; Eph 3:18-21; Ps 139: 3-6; Jn 13:5-10; Eph 3:18-21; Jn 14:21; Rev 14:12; Eph 3:8-9; Col 4:3; Job 26:14; Ps 97:10-12; 1Jn 3:22; Ps 119: 14-16; Ps 119:69; Ps 119:105-106; Jn 20: 24-29;  Heb 11: 1-40; Ps 34:7,19; Mt 21:22; Jn 11:25-26; Jas 1:6; Mc 9:23; Jn 6:35; Mt 16:15-17; Jn 6:57; Heb 10:31; Ps 138:4; Ps 102:15; Dan 6: 26-27; Ps 119:46-48; 1Rom 2:1-4; Isa 32:1; Ps 9:4- 8; Ps 11:7; Jn 3:15-16;  Rom 6:23; Ps 39:6; Ps 52:7; Mt 6:24; Lk 18:18-30; Jas 5:1-3; 1 Tim 6:17-19; Lk 12:31; Col 3:1-2; Heb 11:6; Am 5:4; Isa 55:6; Rev 19:16; 1Tim 1:17

40. JESUS CHRIST PRESIDED,PRESIDES AND WILL PRESIDE

In the beginning everything was invisible
In the beginning everything was spiritual
The word was
The word was with God
The word was God
Angels did not exist
Creation did not exist
Later, you made spiritual creation
you formed angles
you founded thrones
And Jesus Christ presided.
To your angles, you gave power and commandments
So they would form a holy character
The marvelous universe you created
You did it before the joy of the angels
Beautiful in a great way, it was
Harmony and deliciousness reigned
And Jesus Christ presided.
You tested the angels
Some of them obeyed
And others rebelled.
The great battle occurred,
The coup was frustrated,
And the universe was desolated
And I saw satan fall like lightning
And together with his demons were expelled
Sin and evil were created
And Jesus Christ presided.
 On the surface of the earth
Your spirit renewed it
And beautiful it was
You created man and woman
And the human lineage appeared.
Instructions you gave to them
And commandments too
to be tested.
And Jesus Christ presided.
 Hope they had
And eternal life they aspired.
In the scene, entered satan
And with subtle lies,
With hope destroyed.
Suffering appeared,
Pain reigned
And the bad multiplied.
Abel obeyed you,
Abraham surpassed the test
And Isaac continued the work
Jacob multiplied it
Joseph protected it and prospered.
In Egypt, slavery
Knew God’s people,
Plus the freedom Jesus Christ gave them
and Moses was his instrument
And Jesus Christ presided.
With Moses in front
The congregation he led
And on Mount Sinai
the ancient pact was made.
Moses from afar saw the promised land
Plus Josue, the dream came true.
And Jesus Christ presided.
In the conquest of the promised land
kingdoms and kings were given
and to Israel, with judges was ruled
but God as king was rejected,
and a human king was demanded.
Your commandments were rejected
and idols hugged
and the congregation was divided
And Jesus Christ presided.
They were captives,
in Babylon they suffered
and they longed to Jerusalem
Few of them returned
And they rebuilt the temple
And Jesus Christ presided.
They grew up with great zeal
and they revered the law.
Unknowingly, they prepared the way
the Just Redeemer.
And Jesus Christ presided.
John the Baptist, announced him
and the blessed, was born
Herod was confused
and the prophecy was fulfilled.
The Lord, nothing abrogated
and he fulfilled all
he freed the prisoners of sin,
to healed sick
and expel demons.
And Jesus Christ presided.
The good news announcement,
his gospel preached
and rebuked religious fools
He gave hope to the dead
and with his precious blood,
he gave a new covenant.
And Jesus presided.
Today we live the New Covenant
and we are in the end times.
That Christ live in us
to be in the wedding of the Lamb.
Jesus Christ has not changed:
He is the same yesterday, today
and for eternity.
All nations repent
All nations praise him.
Kings of the earth, fear God
Children of God, love him

Jn 1: 1-5; Col 1:15-17; Ps 148: 2, 5; Ezek 28: 13; 1Tim1:17; Rom 11:36; 1Cor 8:6; Rom 1:20; Job 38:1-41; Job 39:1-30; Jude 6; 2Pet 2:4; Rev 12:7-9; Ezek 28: 14-18; Lk 10:18; Isa 14:12,15; Gen 1:1-31; Gen 2:16; Ex 20:1-17; Jn 13:34; Rom 13: 6-10; Mt 5:17-20; Isa 42:21; Rom 6:14; Heb 8:13; Jer 9:7;Ezek 28:12-19; Ps 17:3; Rom 15:13; Gal 5:5; Jude 21; Col 1:5; Jn 6: 68; Gal 6:8; Gen 3:1-24; Gen 4:1-16; Gen 22:1-18; Heb 11;17;  Heb 11:8; Gen 26: 1-5; Heb 11:20-21; Gen 35:10-15; Heb 11:22; Gen 41:37-57; Ex 1:8-14; Acts 7:35-39; Ex 1:15-22; Ex 2: 1-10; Ex 19:1-25; Ex 20: 1-17; Ex 24:12; Acts 7:38-39; Deut 32: 48-52; Num 27:18-23; Deut 31: 1-8; Acts 7:45; Jos 1:1- 18; Jos 2: 1-24; Judg 2: 6- 19; Judg 2:16; 1Sam 8:1-9; Mic 3:1-12; 1Ki12:1-24; 2Chr 10:19; 2Ki23:36-37; 2Ki24:1-17; Ps 137:1-6; Acts 7:43; 2Chr36:22-23; Ezra1:1-11; Ezra3:1-13; Ezra10:1-17; Jn1:19-28; Mt 3:1-3; Lk1:26-38; Lk 2: 1-20; Mt 2:1-2; Mt 2: 1-18; Mic 5:2; Mt 5:17; Mt 15:29-31; Mt 8:28-34; Lk 4:16-21; Mt 4:12-25; Mt 23:1-38; Jn 11:25-26; Pr 14:32; Lk 22:20; 1Pet 1:19-25; Mt 24: 3-28; Gal 2:20; Rev 19:7,9; Heb 13:8; Lk 24:47; Mc 16:15-16; 1Chr 16:8; Ps 117:1-2; Ps 105:1; 1Chr 16:24,31;  Sal 33:8-22

41. TRUE FREEDOM

Oh freedom so longed for
Oh freedom so elusive
Oh freedom so lost
Everyone looks for freedom
Everyone confuses freedom
Could you be free if you are a slave to liquor?  No!
Could you be free if you are a slave to money?  No!
Could you be free if you are a slave to work? No!
Could you be free if you are a slave to time? No!
Could you be free if you are a slave to all the worldly pleasures? No!
Who is free then?
Only he who converts into a slave for Christ
Because this slavery is true freedom

Rom 8: 21-27; Lk 4:18; Ps 32:7; Ps 119:44-45; 1Cor 7: 21-22; 2Cor 3:17; Gal 5:1; Gal 5:13; Jas 1:25; 1 Pet 2:16; 2Pet 2:19; Jn 8:31-38; Eph 5:18; 1Pet 4:3-5; 1 Thess 5:7-8; Jas 5: 1-8; Prov 11:28; 1Tim 6:10,17-19; Prov 23:5; Eccl 2:21-22; Isa 55:2; Eccl 4:4; Titus 3:3; Lk 8:14; Mc 4:19; Lk 21:34; Jn 8:34-36; Jn 8:34; 1Cor 7:22; Gal 5:1; Rom 6.16; 1Cor 7:23; 1Cor 12:13; Rom 7:4-6; Rom 6:3-11

42. THE LORD ALL TEST

First, God created the invisible
and it was tested.
From this test, the holy angels
passed the test but,
the demons appeared ,
with a visible leader: satan.
God created man and tested him
to some privileged few
He gave his holy spirit and tested them.
Today He still tests us and he will continue.
At the end of time, when He returns,
He will separate faithful from the unfaithful
and those blessed by him,
will reign with him.
Do not forget: God tests all.

Col 1:16; Ezek 28:12-19; Jude 6; 1 Thess2:4; Ex 15:25; Acts 2:1-13; 1 Cor 2: 6-16; 1Pet 2:9-10; Mt 20:16; Eph 1:4; Gen 3:1-24; Gen 22:1-18; 1Thess 2:4; Jude 6; Mt 24:27-51; 2 Pet 3:10-18; Eph 1:4-5; Mt 20:16; 1Pet 2:9-10; Mt 13:24-30; Mt 13:49; Rev 20:4; Rev 22:5; Ps 89:4; Rev 5:10; Ps 89:36-37; Jer 23:5; Dan 2:44; Dan 7:18; Dan 7:27; Rev 11:15; Mic 4:6-7; Rev 16:15; Mt 25:1-13; Mt 24:27-28; Mt 24: 42-46; Mt 13: 24-37.

43. BLESSINGS AND PRAISES

Will I not bless the one who gave me life and his holy spirit?

Shall I not praise the Creator of the visible and invisible?

Will I not sing praises to the one who freed me from the clutches of the unclean?

Forever and for eternity, be blessed and praised.

Ps 145:2-3; Ps 34:1-3; Job 33:4; 2 Cor 1:20-22; Ps 96:1-13; 

Rom 1:19-20; Col 1:15-23; Ps 32:7; Ps 30:1-12; Col 1:12-14; Isa 12:1-6.

44. THE POWER OF THE AIR

Do not be seduced by the wonders of the power of the air (communications).
Throughits channels messages of good news
are sent but also messages of perversion.
Ask God for the wisdom to discern
goodand evil.Theprudent, the wise and the fearful
will never fall into the traps of Satan.

Eph 2:1-5; Gen 3:1-24; Mt 4:1-11; 2Cor 11:3; Mc 13:22; 2Cor 4:4; Jas 1:5-6; 1Ki 3:5-14; Prov 4:1-27; 1Jn 3:22-24; Mal 3:18; Prov 2:1-22; Prov 3:1-8; Mt 7:24-27; Prov 1:8-33.

45. HIS GREAT POWER AND HOPE

Over his dead body was his living spirit. The foolish said: His body was stolen. Believers waited and on the third day the Lord resurrected.

* Jn 10:17-18; Jn 5: 26; Mt 28:1-10; Jn 11:24-27; Jn 1:4; Jn 3:16; Jn 5:21;  Rev 1:18; Mt 28: 11-15; Lk 24:1-12;  Mt 28: 1-10; Mc 16:1-8.

46. HONOR YOUR PARENTS

Honor your parents in life to give yourself
and your descendants life. Love them so
that God blesses you. Support them in their
old age and do not argue with them.
A fool is one who rises up against them
because they are confronting the Living God.

* Ex 20:12; Deut 5:16; Eph 6:1-3; Mc 7:10; Col 3:20; Prov 23:22-25; Prov 1:8-9; Prov 15:20; Prov 17:6; Prov 30:17; Prov 19:26; Prov 10:1; Gen 9:20-29; 2 Tim 3:1-2; Rom 1:30; Prov 13: 1.

47. THE POWER OF GOD

The Living God limits nothing.
Time transcends, space and the human mind.
He is in everything and He can do anything.
We do not understand His power.
He is the God of the living not of the dead.
We know His visible work.
We know his love, justice and mercy.
Honor the one and only true God.
Who will not trust in You?
He who trusts in Him will be victorious.
Exalted be forever and eternity!

* Job 38:1-41; Job 39:1-30; Job 40: 1-24; Job 41: 1-34; Lk 1:33; Rev 21:6; 2 P:3:8; Heb 7:3,6; Ps 62:11; 2 Chr 25:8; 1Chr 29:12; 1Cor 3:20; Job 26:14; Jn 13:5-10; Rom 16:25;  Eph 3:3-8; 2 Cor 12:9; Eph 1:19-20; Rom 1:1-6; Job 12:13; Mt 22:32; Mc 12:27; Lk 20:38; Rom 1:19-21; Col 1:16; Ps 19:1; Jer 5:21; Jer 51:15-16; Ps 139:3-6; Ps 136:2;  Lk 6:27-36; Jas 5:11; 1Tim 1:17;  Jn 17: 3; Jer 10:10;  1Tim 2:5-6; Acts 4:12; Ps 5:1-12; Ps 9:9-10; Ps 34:1-22; Nah 1:7; Jer 17:7; 1 Jn 5:4-5; Rom 8:37; 1 Cor 15:54; Ps 125:1; Ps 120:1; Ps 121:1-8; Heb 13:6; Deut 31:6; Mt 6:34.

48. LIKE THE MIND OF A CHILD

A child has a clean mind
and malice doesn’t live in him.
His heart is not contaminated
and he trusts completely.
He always has hope.
The true believer should be like a child.

* Mc 10.15; Lk 18:17; 1 Pet 2:2; Mt 18:3; Mc 9:37; Mt 19:14; Lk 10:21; Lk 9:47-48; Prov 22:6; Ps 8:2; Isa 54:13; Deut 4:9; Prov 3: 1-35 ; Ps 119 :9 ; Prov 13 :24 ; Prov 23 :13-14 ; Prov 29 :15,17 ; Ps 127 : 3-5.

49. BLESS YOUR CREATOR

Always bless your creator
because He inspires good in you
and gives you light amid darkness.
Love Him forever! Because
He is the essence of your life.

* Ps 34:1-3; Ps 103:1,2,20,21,22; Ps 145:1-3; Ps 95:6; Ps 16:7-8; Ps 146:1-2; 2 Tim 3:16; Ps 119:65-66; Gal 6:9,10; Isa 28:26; Josh 1:8; Isa 48:17-19; Ps 85:12-13;  1 Pet 4:19; Jn 8:12; Ps 112:4; 1Jn 1:5-8; Isa 50:10; Rom 2:19; Mt 5:14-16; Mic 7:8-9; Lk 1:76-79;  Ps 112:4; Jn 1:4,5,9; Prov 4:18; Jn 12:35-36; Isa 58:8; Rom 12:9; Lk 10:27; 1Jn 4:16; Ps 18:1-3; Ps 97:10; Jn 14:15-16; 1 Cor 8:3

50. BEAUTY AND MAJESTY

Who is the author of such beauty and majesty?
In man, the Lord’s masterpiece, there is beauty and majesty.
In all of your work, oh Lord, there is beauty and majesty.

* Ps 8:1-9;  Job 37:1-24; Ps 111:3; 1 Chr 29:11-12; Ps 27:4; Job 37:22-23; Rev 4:11; Ps 45:2-3; Ps 8:1-9; Ps 139:13-18; 2 Cor 5:17; Gen 1:26-27; Eph 2:10; Ezek 36:26; 1Pet 1:23; Titus 3:5; Jas 1:18; Acts 2:1-12;  Col 3: 5-17

51. A SUBLIME GOD

Will I not adore You knowing that you are the only living God?
Will I not love your holy law knowing that by following it gives eternal life?
Will I not praise your name before all of the kings on earth
knowing that You are the King of Kings, Supreme Judge,
faithful and true? Will I not sing with joy together with the children
who have their hearts and minds clean? Will I not say with vehemence:
May you blessed in the name of the Lord? May you have power,
glory, peace and justice forever and for all of eternity.

* Heb 2:12; Eph 5:19-20; Ps 86:10; Isa 25:1; Ps 95:6-7; Rev 14:7; Ps 5:7; Ps 96:9; Dan 6:20; Prov 2:1-22; Ps 119:97,165; Jer 15:16; Ps 119:72; Prov 3:2; Ps 117:1-2; Ps 138:4; Ps 113:1-9; Ps 148:11-14; Ps 7:17; Ps 30:4; 1Tim 1:17; Rev 17:14; Rev 14:7; Jn 8:16; Lk 18:16; Ps 8:2; Lk 10:21; Mc 10:13-16; 1Pet 2:2-3; Mt 19:14; Mt 18:3-5; Lk 19:35- 38; Ps 118:26; Mt 21:9; Mc 11:9;  Mt 23: 37-39; Rev 5:11-12; 1 Tim 1:17; Rom 11:36; 1 Tim 6:16; 1Chr 29:12; Gal 1:4-5; Eph 3:21; Phil 4:20; 2Tim 4:18; Heb 13:21

52. GLORY TO THE SUPREME CREATOR

The fool says:  God does not exist.
Everything came from nothing.
The wise man says:  He made the invisible first
and later the visible and from Him came power and life.
There were songs, joy, lights and great happiness
at the moment of creation:  The Big Bang.
Glory to the supreme creator of the invisible and the visible.

* Ps 14:1-7; Jer 4:22; Ps 36:1; Titus 1:15-16; 2 Pet 2:1; Jude 4; Heb 11:3; Col 1:15-17; Ezek 28:13-15; Jn 1:1-5; Neh 9:6; Rom 1:20; Jn 1:3; Ps 8:1-9; Job 38:4-7; Ps 66:1-20; Ps 29:2; Ps 148:1-6; Ps 148:1-6; Rev 4:11

53. WHEN WILL YOU COME OH LORD?

In the beginning everything was harmonious.
All creation was beautiful and fascinating.
God submitted the angels to his test,
some remained faithful and others corrupted their minds.
Greed took them to satan to seize
the power of the Highest.This rebellion destroyed
the beauty of the creation and Jesus Christ
saw satan fall in his attempted failure
but, when will you come Majestical Lord
to restore everything?

* Gen 1:1; Ps 19:1; Job 38:7; Ezek 28:13-14; Job 26:7-14; Job 37:1-18; Job 28:23-28; Ps 104:31; Gen 1:4,12,18,21,25; Isa 14:12-15; Ezek 28:12-15; Jude 6; 2Pet 2:4; Gen1:2; Rom 8:22-25; Lk 10:18; Rom 8:21; Ps 84:2; Titus 2:13; 2 Tim 4:8; 1 Jn 2:28; Jas 5:8; 2Pet 3: 12-13; Isa 40:1-4; Isa 11:12-16;  Rev 22:7; 2 Tim 4:8; Heb 10:37; 1Cor 1:7-8; 2Cor 6:18; Phil 1:20; Col 3:4; 1Pet 1:13; 1 Jn 3:2

54. TRUE SUPPORT FOR THE NATIONS

Nations appear and disappear and
none of them has endured over the
time. They are created humble, they grow,
they develop but their greatness is corrupted
and later they fall with a big bang.
Some never arise; others only survive.
Could an idolized nation survive?
Never! Could a nation which is supported by
the Living God, live?  Forever and for all of
Eternity! Towns and nations of the world praise,
adore and obey the only Living God
for you and your descendants to live.

* Eccl 1:4; Gen 11: 4-9; Gen 19:13-22; Isa 1:7-8; Jer 2:1-8; Jer 7:28; Job 12:23; Dan 4:30-31; Rev 14:8; Isa 40:15; Isa 40:17; Isa 40:23-24; Rev 18:21; Ezek 16:1-63; Josh 11:16-23; Josh 12:1-24; Isa 31:7-9; Jer 10:1-16; Deut 11:16-18; Jer 16:20-21; Isa 42:8; 1Jn 5:21; Isa 61:4-6; Ezek 11:14-21;  1Pet 2:9-10; Ps 33:12; Gal 3:8; Rev 21.24; Ps 150:1-6; Ps 117:1-2; Deut 32:43; Ps 57:9; Ps 67:3; Ps 148:1-14

55. YOU ARE MY HOPE

I sigh for you
I have hope in you
You are fresh water for the thirsty
You are the light in the darkness
You are my rock and protection
Like you?  No one!
How can I not serve and adore you?
May you be praised forever and for all of eternity

* Ps 119:131; Ps 38:9; Is 26:9; Ps 84:2; Ps 14:6; Ps 39:7; Ps 62:5-7; Ps 71:5; Rom 8:24- 26; Rom 15:4; 1 Jn 3:3; 1 Pet 3:15; Is 55:1-3; Jn 4:13-14; Rev 7:16-17; Jn 6:35; Jn 7:37; Rev 22:17; Rev 21:6; Jn 8:12; Jn 9:5; 1Pet 2:9; Eph 5:8,13,14; 1 Jn 1:5; Mic 7:8; Ps 18:1-3; 2 Sam 22:1-3; Ps 91:1-16; Mt 7:24; 1 Cor 10:4; 1Pet 5:7; Ps 89: 8-18; Ps 35:10; Ps 71:19; Ps 73:25; Isa 9:6; Job 42: 1-6; Ps 2:11; Ps 95:6; Mt 4:10; Ps 27:4; Rom 12:11; 1Tim 1:17; Rom 11:36; 1 Tim 6:16; Isa 25:1; Ps 150:6; Ps 103:1; Ps 145:2; 1Chr 16:34; Ps 66:1-4

56. LET US SEARCH FOR THE LORD

When I am afflicted I search for the Lord
When I am in anguish I search for the Lord
When I am devastated I search for the Lord
He is true support
He is faithful
He is the true rock

* Ps 25:16-18; Ps 70:1-5; Ps 9:13-14; Ps 34:4; Jas 5:13; Ps 27:10; Ps 4:1; Ps 91:15-16; Ps 32:7; Jon 2:1-2; Nah 1:7; Rom 8:35-39; Prov 12:21; Ps 31:7; Ps 119:50; Jon 2:2; Ps 50:15; Jn 16:33; Isa 41:10; Ps 7:1; Heb 13:6; Ps 37:3; Jer 17:7-8; Ps 19:7; 2 Thess 3:3; Heb 10:23; Heb 11:11; 1Jn 1:9; 1Pet 4:19; 1 Cor 10: 4; Ps 18:2; Ps 27:5; Deut 32:4; Ps 19:14; Ps 28:1

57. WITHOUT YOU

Without you although I am alive, I am dead
Without you I don’t have hope
Without you my life doesn’t make sense
Without you I walk like a blind man
How could I abandon you?
How could I throw you out of my life?
How could I turn my back on the light?
May you be blessed because your presence distances the darkness?
When your face gleams and gives life to the dead

*  1 Tim 5:6; Rev 3:1; Eph 2:5; Jas 2:26; Col 2:13; Ps 13:3; Eph 2:1; Isa 9:2; Ps 119:116; Ps 142:5; Eph 2:12; Ps 71:20; Ps 119:67; Jer 17:13; Ps 71:5; Job 12:25; Isa 59:10; Mt 15:14; 2 Cor 4:4; Acts 26:18; Ps 39:12; Ps 34:4; Ps 119:87-88; Ps 105:4; Ps 27:1-14; Ps 4:6; Ps 27:1; Isa 2:5; Jn 1:4-5; Jn 12:46; Ezek 37:6; Rom 8:11; Jn 5:21,28; Jn 6:47,51; 1 Thess 4:16

58. FIDELITY

The Lord looked at man and He was saddened.
The Lord looked again and He was pleased
What did the Lord see? A small group of faithful
in the middle of wolves. What did the Lord say?
Because of these faithful, I will have mercy

* Mt 9:36; 2 Cor 7:10; Gen 18:22-32; Jer 8:18-22; Jer 9:1-3; Hos 11:1-12; Ps 53:1-6; Mc 3:5; Mt 23: 1-39; Mt 10:16; Acts 20:29; Lk 10:3; Mt 7:15; Jn 10: 12-16; Ps 32:10; Lk 1:50; 2 Cor 1:3-7; Eph 2: 4-7; 1 Pet 1:3-4; Jas 5:11; Gen 18:29-33.

59. SEARCH FOR THE LORD

When you are afflicted
and without hope
search for the Lord.
He will give you strength,
direction, courage  and joy.
Do not look for support in
the flesh. Search for He who
is faithful and true.
He will give you drink indeed
and with it you will
never be thirsty.
He will give you meat indeed
and you will
never be hungry.
With this drink and meat,
you will resurrect,
you will hear His voice
and you will finally see
His face.

* Sal 34:4-10; Sal 46:1-2; Sal 42:1-11; Sal 84:5; Sal 92:10; Is 45:24; Ef 6:10; 2 Ti 4:17;
Jer 17:5-7; Sal 20:7-8; Sal 146:3; Mi 7:5-7; Ap 1:5; 1Co 1:9; 1Jn 1:9; 1 Co 10:13; 2 Ts
3:3; Jn 4:14; Jn 7:37-39; Ap 21:6; Ap 22:17; Jn 6:55-56; Jn 6:35; Ap 7:16-17; Jn 6:48-
51; Jn 6:53-58; Mt 26: 26-29; Jn 4:10,14; 1 Co 10:4; Jn 11:25-27; Mr 14:24-25.

60. GIVE THANKS TO THE TRUE GOD

Do not give thanks to life that has given you so much
Give thanks to God who is the provider of life
Do not adore creation
Adore your creator
Why do you not recognize the great provider?
Why do you hide your great love and compassion?
Who loves, adores, obeys and respects his creator is wise and fair.
The Supreme Judge will come soon to place order.
The blind, will recognize Him; also others watching
and understanding, will despise him.

* Gen 2:7; 1 Cor 15:45-49; Jn 1:4; Jn 5:21; Jn 11:25; Jn 6:51; Jn 10:28; Mt 9:18-26; Isa 66:9; Rom 1:21-25; Isa 47:13; Lk 4:6-8; Ps 29:1-2; Rev 14:7; Jn 4:23-24; Mt 6:25- 34; Phil 4:19; Mt 7: 7-12; Gen 1:29-30; Ps 68: 10; Ps 100:3; Prov 1:7; Prov 3:1-35; Prov 3:13-14;  Ps 119:1-8; Mc 12:30; Ps 18:1-3; Deut 10:12; Mt 16:27; Jas 5:8; 1 Cor 4:5; Rev 22:7,12; Heb 10:37-38; Isa 42:16; Lk 4:18; Acts 26:18; Isa 29:18; Isa 42:7; Mt 13:14; Rom 3:10-12; Mt 23:24-33; 2 Cor 4:4; Mt 15:14; 2 Pet 1:6-10; Isa 59:10.

61. TRUE JOY

In true joy you find peace
In true joy you find well-being
In true joy you find mental health
In true joy you find your maximum potential
In true joy you find the right way
Who has true joy?
He who walks with the Lord

*  Hab 3:17-19;  Gal 5:22-23; Rom 15:13; Jn 14:27; 1 Thess 5:16-18; Zeph 3:17; Isa 61:10; Ps 25:12-13; Jn 8:56; Rom 14:17; Eccl 9:7-9; Rom 15:13; Rom 14:17-19; Isa 61:10; Ps 51:6-12; Rom 14:17; Isa 12:2,3,6

62. TRUE WEALTH

* Ps 49: 1-20; Ps 52:7; Jas 5:1-6; Ps 39:6; 1 Tim 6:17; Rev 3:17-19; Lk 18: 18-30; Prov 11:4,28; Ps 37:27-29; 1 Tim 6:10; Hag 1:6; Eccl 5:11-15.

* Ps 49: 1-20; Ps 52:7; Jas 5:1-6; Ps 39:6; 1 Tim 6:17; Rev 3:17-19; Lk 18: 18-30; Prov 11:4,28; Ps 37:27-29; 1 Tim 6:10; Hag 1:6; Eccl 5:11-15.

63. SEARCHING FOR THE BLESSING OF THE LORD

Man builds and later destroys
and does not find joy in the fruit of his work.
He works and works and his salary is not enough.
How then will man enjoy the blessings in his work?
When he completely obeys and searches first for
God’s kingdom and his justice

* Eccl 3:1-15; Hag 1:6; Rom 15:13; Eccl 9:7; Mt 6:24-34; Ps 128:1

64. THE FOOL

The fool does not accept the limits of his mind,
his science and his work.
He does not accept the Creator and the Lord
He does not accept His law
He does not accept to walk with Him
That is why he lives in darkness
That is why sudden destruction comes to him
That is why he lives in anguish
That is why his work is not blessed.
That is why his name will be forgotten
Even so, he has hope if he repents
Even so, he has hope if he leaves his bad ways
and returns to the
Lord with profound modesty.

* Eccl 3:1-8; Eccl 8:6-7; Lk 12:11; Mt 6:34; Jas 4:13-15; Eccl 3:11; Isa 35:10; Isa 61:10; Ps 9:14; Rev 7:15-17; Mt 25:21; 2Pet 1:11;  Gal 2.20; 1Pet 4:9; Rom 12:5; Col 3:1-4; Phil 1:21-23; Jn 11:24-26; Jn 1:4; Jn 3:16; Jn 5:21; Jn 14:6; Col 3:4;1 Jn 4:9; 1Thess 5:10; Heb 9:15.

65. LIVE INN CHRIST

The true Christian does not worry about time
He enjoys eternity
Because he lives in Christ
And He is eternal life

* Eccl 3:1-8; Eccl 8:6-7; Lk 12:11; Mt 6:34; Jas 4:13-15; Eccl 3:11; Isa 35:10; Isa 61:10; Ps 9:14; Rev 7:15-17; Mt 25:21; 2Pet 1:11;  Gal 2.20; 1Pet 4:9; Rom 12:5; Col 3:1-4; Phil 1:21-23; Jn 11:24-26; Jn 1:4; Jn 3:16; Jn 5:21; Jn 14:6; Col 3:4;1 Jn 4:9; 1Thess 5:10; Heb 9:15.

66. TRUE KNOWLEDGE

The accumulation of knowledge does not make a man wise
How many fools with ostentatious titles do aberrant things?
What good does it do to have so much knowledge?
Nothing!
What is true knowledge?
What is the knowledge that truly frees you?
True knowledge is in those who let God’s spirit guide them
Only those who obey and fear the Lord have true knowledge
This knowledge is backed by good work and testimonies
Live in God so you will be free
Live in God so you will enjoy true knowledge

* Eccl 1:18; 1 Cor 8:1-2; Eccl 12:11-12; Prov 3:7; Prov 12:16; Isa 5:21; Ezek 8:5-18; Ps 53:1; Prov 14:6; Eph 4:17-19; Hos 4:6-10; 1Pet 1:5-8; Prov 9:10-12; Jn 17:3; Jn 17:25-26; 2Pet 1:2-3; 2Pet 1:8; 1Jn 5:20; 2Cor 3:17; 1Tim 2:4; Jas 1:25; Jn 8:32; Rom 8:2; 2Cor 3:17; Prov 10:9; 1Cor 2:14-16; Rom 8:14-15; Jn 16:13; Prov 2: 1-10; Acts 5:32; Col 1:9-10; Acts 5:32; Ps 25:12-15; Mt 5:16; Jn 15:8; 1 Pet 2:12;  Titus 3:8-9; Heb 13:20-21; 1Tim 6:18; Jn 8:31-38; Gal 5:1; 1Pet 2:15-16; Gal 5:13; 2 Cor 3:17; Gal 4:31; Heb 2:14-15; Eccl 9:7-10.

67. DO NOT RUN

Do not run because you will get tired
Walk with domain and control
May you run or may you walk
And if you do not go with the Lord
You will not reach the goal you longed for.
If you walk with Him, you will be safe and
He will concede the crown of eternal life to you.

* 1 Cor 9:24-27; Phil 2:16; Mt 6:25,27; Ps 18:32; 2 Tim 1:7; 2Pet 1:5-8; Prov 3:6; 2 Pet 2:15-16; 1 Cor 9:24-27; 2 Tim 4:7-8; Prov 16:25; Jer 21:8; Ps 81:11-14; Jer 15:6-7; Prov 16:25; 2 Tim 4:7-8; Gal 6:8; Jas 1:12; Rev 2:10; Rev 3:11-13; Rom 6:22-23.

68. LET THE WRONG ROAD

The sinner lives in great distress and
does not have peace nor does he rest.
His prosperity is an illusion and grief
will come to him. He doesn´t enjoy
his evil wealth and his inheritance
will be evil and storms.
Why don´t you reflect and repent?
If you change, you will really have hope.

* Jer 30:15; Prov 11:21; Isa 13: 8-11; Rom 2:8-9; Jer 23: 12; Isa 59: 7; Prov 24: 21- 22; Ps 39:6; Hab 2:9; Ps 52: 7; Prov 28:22; Prov 11:4, 28; Acts 3:19; Prov 1:23; Acts 8: 22-23; Rev 3:3; Mt 4:17;  Prov 14:32; Rom 5:2,5; Rom 15:13; Col 1:5; 1Thess 5:8

69. THE PRESENCE OF GOD

Where God is, there is love
Where God is, there is tenderness
Where God is, there is hope
Where God is, everything is enough
Where God is, there is joy
Where God is, there are no plagues
Where God is, there is peace
Where God is, there is life
Where God is, there is light
Where God is, there is fire
Where God is, there is medicine
Because God is the living source
Because God is the essence of every being
Because God is true meat and
Because God is true drink

* 1Jn 4:16; Rom 5:5,8; Rom 8:39; Eph 2:4-7; Hos 11:4; Jer 31:3; Isa 66:12-14; Eph 5:29-30; Isa 49:15; Hos 11:1-4; Ps 39:7; Ps 62:5-6; Rom 15:13; Rom 5:2; Gal 5:5; 1Tim 1:1; Mt 14: 16-19; Phil 4:19; Deut 30:9; Ps 132:15; Jer 31:13; Ps 16:11; Rom 15:13; Jn 15:11; Ps 91:3-6; Deut 7:15; Ps 23:4; Ps 29:11; Ps 119:165; Rom 15:13; 1Cor 14:33; Jn 10:10; Jn 5:21; Jn 11:26; Ps 103:4; Prov 8:35; Ps 4:6; Jn 8:12; Ps 27:1; Jn 12:46; Heb 12:29; Mal 3:2; Ps 97:3; Jer 33:6; Prov 3:8; Isa 53:5; Isa 57:18-19; Rev 21:6; Jn 4:14; Jer 2:13; Isa 55:1; Deut 32:4; 2 Sam 22:2; Jn 6:48; Jn 6:55; 1 Cor 10:4; Jn 7:37-38

70. BLESSED ARE YOU JESUS CHRIST

Blessed are you creator of the universe
Blessed are you creator of the human race
Blessed are you for your saintly love
Blessed are you for your redeeming work
Who is like you? My rock. My love. My support
No one equals your glory
Because you are exalted
You are pure and you are saintly
Celestial thrones, praise Him
Congregations on earth, love Him
All of creation, rejoice
All as one voice proclaim: Blessed are you
Because over everything created
There only exists one name which redeems
Which frees and gives life
Jesus Christ, is His name.
Divine and glorious name
Blessed and honorable name
Strong and powerful name
Saintly and lovely name.
Majestical in holiness
Powerful in work
Healer and comforter
Relief for those afflicted
King of kings
Lord of lords
He lives inside us and
He works on us.

* Gen 1:1; Isa 42:5; Neh 9:6; Heb 1:2; Heb 11:3; Ps 19:1; Jn 1:3; Acts 14:15; Isa 64:8; Gen 1:26; Gen 2:7; Ps 100:3; Isa 45:12; Jn 13:1;Jn 3:16; Rom 5:5; 1Jn 4: 10,16; Jer 31:3; Rom 3:24; Heb 9:12; Ps 34:22; Ex 15:11; Ps 86:8; Jer 10:6; Sal 73:25; Ex 8:10; Ex 9:14; Ps 77:13; Deut 32:4; Ps 18:1-2; Ps 144:1-2; 2 Sam 22:1-3; Ps 18:35; Job 36:22-23; Ps 113:4; Ps 89:26-27; 1 Jn 3:3; Ps 22:3; 1Pet 1:15-16; Isa 6:3; Lev 11:44-45; Lev 19:2; Ps 148:1-14; Ps 150: 1-6; Rev 5:13; Ps 31:23; Ps 89:52; Phil 2:10-11; Acts 4:12; Titus 2:14; 1 Pet 2:9; Deut 4:20; Deut 14:2; Ezek 37: 1-14; Isa 26:19;  Jn 20:31; Jn 1:4; Jn 1:17; Jn 6: 47-51; Isa 9:6; Ps 76:4; Jer 10:7; Rev 15:4; Mal 1:11; Josh 24:19; Job 37: 22-23; Ps 93:1-5; Lk 24:18-19; Lk 19:37; Ps 89:8; Eph 3:20; Ps 147:3; Isa 57:15; Ps 30:2; Isa 51:12-13; Ps 103:3; 2 Cor 1:4; Ps 9:12; Ps 140:12; Nah 1:7; Rev 17:14; Rev 19:16; 1Tim 1:17; Jn 14:19; Gal 2:20; Rom 6:8; 2 Cor 5:15

71. WE HAVE HOPE

Does the cycle of man end with his death?  No!
Is there hope after death?  Yes!
Who believes this?  Those who have the Spirit of God
and who obey him faithfully. Let us enjoy in a great way
because after death, there will be resurrection!

* Acts 24:15; 1 Cor 15: 42-44; Jn 11:25-27; Hos 6:2; Job 19:25-26; Rom 8:11; Jn 3:36; 1 Cor 15: 21-22; Ezek 37:1-14; 1Thess 4:14-17

72. THE GREAT FREEDOM

You were lost in the night.
You were in the dark.
You were chained.
The days of glory with Joseph have been forgotten.
More than 4 centuries passed for your savior to appear.
The power of God was expressed through Moses
Moses was your leader.
He broke the chains to leave Egypt.
Great prodigies happened in those times.
Great fears overtook the Egyptians.
Great hope was born in Israel.
Apparently, there was unity in Israel.
In many ways, God would test your faith in the desert.
They ate lamb, unleavened bread, and bitter herbs.
Passover became a great symbol of freedom.
It was really the freedom of the chains of the oppressors.
But this event announced great freedom for the future:
Freedom for all humanity from the claws of satan.
Also, the lamb that they ate with anguish announced the true lamb:  Jesus Christ.
Passover of Israel was a glorious day.
The Passover had a meaning; it gave them strength and great hope of freedom.
Bread without yeast and wine are the new symbols of the Christian Passover.
These symbols express salvation and liberation.
These symbols express the supreme strength of Jesus Christ’s sacrifice.
These symbols express Jesus Christ’s lacerated body and his precious blood.
They left on the designated day.
They left in a hurry.
Egyptians were left crying for their first-born.
And they were deprived of their riches.
They left at night and a new sunrise awaited them.
But the people rebelled in the desert.
Because of their rebellion, they stayed 40 years in the desert.
Because of their rebellion, they did not enter the Promised Land.
With this test, the new Israel strengthened its character.
With this test, a new mind was born longing for freedom.
With this test, the people were purified.
From the people tested in the desert, light and hope would appear.
In the inner depths of its people, were the great patriarchs.
The great promise came from Judah.
The real lion came from Judah.
The Christian Passover is and will be a glorious day.
Announce the Marriage of the Lamb.
Your guests will never be thirsty because they have the true drink.
Your guests will never be hungry because they have the true food.
Honor to the true God who allowed reconciliation and freedom.
Honor to the true God who allowed such a great and sublime sacrifice.
His great sacrifice gave life to humanity who was dead in spirit.
May You be blessed and praised, because with your sacrifice we returned from darkness to
the light.

*  Ezek 16: 1-31; Deut 7:7-9; Hos 2: 1-17; Ex 1:6-22; Ex 12:40-41; Acts 7:20-36; Ex 3:6-12; Ex 14:21-22; Ex 12:29-30; Ex 3:16-18; Acts 7:37; Deut 8:2-3; Ex 20:20; Ex 12:39; Acts 7:39-43; Ex 12: 1-11; Jn 1:29; 1Pet 1:19-20; Ex 12: 23-28; Lk 22:19-20; Ex 12: 31-36; Ex 12: 29-30; Ex 12:36; Ex 16:2-3; Deut 9:23-24; Ex 32:1-4; Num 14:33; Deut 8:2; Josh 5:6; Deut 8: 2-6; Acts 7: 37; Deut 18: 15,18; Acts 3:22; Acts 7:7-9; Rev 5:5; Heb 7:14; Isa 11:1; Lk 22:15; Mc 14:22-24; 1Cor 5: 7-8; Rev 19:9; 1 Cor 11:26; Jn 7:37-39; Jn 6:35; Rom 5:11-21.

73. TIME TO REPENT

You were lost in the night.
You were in the dark.
You were chained.
The days of glory with Joseph have been forgotten.
More than 4 centuries passed for your savior to appear.
The power of God was expressed through Moses
Moses was your leader.
He broke the chains to leave Egypt.
Great prodigies happened in those times.
Great fears overtook the Egyptians.
Great hope was born in Israel.
Apparently, there was unity in Israel.
In many ways, God would test your faith in the desert.
They ate lamb, unleavened bread, and bitter herbs.
Passover became a great symbol of freedom.
It was really the freedom of the chains of the oppressors.
But this event announced great freedom for the future:
Freedom for all humanity from the claws of satan.
Also, the lamb that they ate with anguish announced the true lamb:  Jesus Christ.
Passover of Israel was a glorious day.
The Passover had a meaning; it gave them strength and great hope of freedom.
Bread without yeast and wine are the new symbols of the Christian Passover.
These symbols express salvation and liberation.
These symbols express the supreme strength of Jesus Christ’s sacrifice.
These symbols express Jesus Christ’s lacerated body and his precious blood.
They left on the designated day.
They left in a hurry.
Egyptians were left crying for their first-born.
And they were deprived of their riches.
They left at night and a new sunrise awaited them.
But the people rebelled in the desert.
Because of their rebellion, they stayed 40 years in the desert.
Because of their rebellion, they did not enter the Promised Land.
With this test, the new Israel strengthened its character.
With this test, a new mind was born longing for freedom.
With this test, the people were purified.
From the people tested in the desert, light and hope would appear.
In the inner depths of its people, were the great patriarchs.
The great promise came from Judah.
The real lion came from Judah.
The Christian Passover is and will be a glorious day.
Announce the Marriage of the Lamb.
Your guests will never be thirsty because they have the true drink.
Your guests will never be hungry because they have the true food.
Honor to the true God who allowed reconciliation and freedom.
Honor to the true God who allowed such a great and sublime sacrifice.
His great sacrifice gave life to humanity who was dead in spirit.
May You be blessed and praised, because with your sacrifice we returned from darkness to
the light.

 * Ps 37:9; Heb 6:18; Rom 5:2; Ps 18:2; 1 Cor 10:4; Mt 16.18; Ps 4:1; Ps 50:15; Ps 32:7; Isa 41:14; Job 19:25; Isa 54:5; Ps 19:14; Lk 1:47; Isa 62:11-12; Ps 27:1; Jer 15:20; Deut 1:30; Ps 91:7; Ps 18: 1-2; Hab 3:19; Ex 15:2; Ps 17:8-9; Col 1:27; 1 Chr 16:21-22; Ps 39:7; Rom 15:13; Rom 5:2; Jer 7:8; Nah 1:7; Heb 2:13; Jer 9:4-6; Jer 17:9; Ps 12:2-3; Zech 13:9; Ps 99:6; Ps 66:19-20; Ps 27:8-9;  Acts 17:27-28; Mt 7:8; Ps 4:8; Ps 3:5-6; Ps 23:4; Ezra 8:31; Ps 27:1; Eph 6:10-18; 1Pet 3:13-14; Jas 4:7; 1 Jn 5:18; 1Pet 5:7-9; Ps 89:52; 1Chr 16:36; Ezra 7:27; Lk 1:68; Mt 22:37; Ps 100:2; Phil 4:4; Ps 63:7; Ps 29:2; Job 38:1-7; Job 38:31-33; Gen 1:14-18; Gen 2:7, 21-23; Eph 2:10; Ps 8:1-9; Jn 3:1-8; 1 Pet 1:3, 23; 2 Cor 5:17; Eph 4:13-15; Col 1:25-28; 1 Cor 2:9-10; Eph 6:19; 2 Cor 2:11; Gen 3:13; Gal 1:6; Mc 4:15; 2Cor 11:3,14;  Rev 12:9; Ps 22:6-7; Mal 3:17; 1Cor 1:27-29; Ps 32:1; Rom 8:24; Isa 1:18; Lam 3:21-23; Mic 7:18- 20; Jas 5:14-15; Ps 41:3-4; Acts 10:43; Lk 7:47-48; Eph 1:7; Ps 130:1-4; Ps 51:1-17; Lk 18:13-14; Jn 8:8-11; Jn 5:1-14; Rev 22:3-5; Rev 5:10; 1Jn 3:2; Mt 5:8; 1Cor 15: 52-54; Phil 3:21; 1Cor 9:25; Ps 91:1-16; Ps 23:1-6; Isa 35:10; Isa 25:8-9; Rev 7:17; Acts 17:27; Heb 12:12-17; Heb 2:1-3; Jer 29: 11-14; Acts 3:19; Mt 22:13-14; Rev 3:19- 22.

74. LET US BE FAITHFUL SO WE WILL LIVE

Lord, do not abandon me.
If you abandon me, my enemies, who are bad spirits
will destroy me and they will not allow me to obey you
They will mock me and will ask me
where is your God, strong and powerful?
I do not want to give false testimony,
on the contrary, I want your name to be honored
because of my faith, obedience and good work.
Go forth majestical Lord, before me and
destroy my enemies, who are bad spirits.
Protect me as you did with Israel.
In the day, a cloud was ahead of your people and
at night with a column of fire you protected them.
Oh Holy Lord, excellent and merciful
who has infinite patience with weak humans
and you  listen to our complains and pains
a consequence of a lack of faith, seeing and living
so many wonders, we resist to give ourselves
totally to you.  Of course we lack faith and dedication.
Why do we forget that with joy
we search for your holy anointment:  Baptism?
Why do we forget about the commitment that we made
being adults and with full awareness?
We were not children, no.  We already knew about your holy Evangelical.
Why are there, then, people who do not want to know anything
about the issue and who want to return to a life of sin?
Why do we tempt the Lord, if we have everything
to walk with God with highness and dignity?
It is not wise or prudent to tempt the Lord.
Free me from being unfaithful, because I will surely perish,
because our God is extremely jealous.
He wants all or nothing from us.
Let us remember that he vomits the undecided,
the confused, the fearful,
to those who want to serve two lords
to those who give more importance to the world
and to its pleasure; money, power and family.
Let us remember that if we act like that, He says
that we are undeserving and we will not be in his kingdom.
Have we forgotten that a true Christian,
is a disciplined, respectful soldier and
he is always looking forward?
Let us return, humbly and walk with God.
Because it is fair, wise and the best decision.
Because God, is fair, merciful.
Forever and for all eternity, you are and will be faithful.
You have always demonstrated your faithfulness,
since ancient times, until our days
in you, only in you, can we trust
in the tribulations that we will always have,
nothing is better than your faithfulness.
May you be blessed forever and for all eternity.

* Ps 27:9-10; Ps 44.24-26; Isa 1:15-18; Ps 42:3; Eph 6: 10-13; 2 Cor 1:12; 2 Tim 1:8; 1Pet 3:15; Rom 16:20; Ex 13:20-22; Deut 20:1; Ex 14:13-14; Mt 28:20; Ps 92:9; 2 Pet 3:9; 1 Pet 3:20; Rom 15:5-6; Ps 142:5-7; Ezek 34:15-16; Ps 77:14-15; Acts 7:51; Mt 6: 8; Heb 10:38-39; Heb 11:6; Heb 10:26-31; Acts 8:26-39; Acts 2:41-47; 1 Cor 12:13; Prov 26:11; 2Pet 2:22; 2Pet 2:15; Prov 23:35; Prov 27:22; 1Jn 2:15-17; Eph 2:1-6; Prov 1: 23-25; Prov 15:10; Deut 6:16-18; 1Cor 10:9; Ps 78:17-22; Lk 4:12-13; Jas 1:12-16; 2 Cor 11:2-3; 2 Tim 2:11-13; Deut 5:8-9; Nah 1:2; 1 Cor 10:21-22; 2 Cor 4:8- 12; Gal 2:20; Rev 3:15-16,19; Prov 29:25; Lk 16:13; Mt 6:24; Col 3: 1-10; Gal 2:20; Lk 15:11-32; 2 Cor 4:18; Gal 5:21-24; 2 Thess 1:5; 2 Tim 2:1-5;  Heb 12:28-29; Heb 12:1-4; Isa 57:14-15; Ps 84:5; Ps 56:13; Ps 18:32-33; 1 Pet 5:5-6; Rev 16:5-7; Jas 5:11; Ps 145:17; 2Tim 2:13; Deut 7:9; 1Cor 1:9; Ps 111:4-5; Ps 40: 4-5; Prov 3:26; Jer 17:7- 8; 1Pet 4:12-13; Ps 89:52.

75. ARE WE READY?

Soul of mine, bless thy Lord
Soul of mine, adore thy Lord,
because He is your supplier,
because He is your consoler,
because He is your creator,
because He is your guide.
Far from Him, we die,
far from Him, we endure,
far from Him, there is no hope,
far from Him, we suffer.
Let us always search for his guidance,
let us always search for his protection,
let us always search for his mercy,
let us always search for his love,
let us always search for his wisdom.
He who searches, will find life.
he who perseveres, will find a reward.
he who obeys, will be blessed.
he who loves God, will be protected.
Let us be wise and prudent,
because we are already at the end of time.
We have little time and
the night is falling.
But, raise your spirits, because a
glorious sunrise, is waiting for us.
Raise your spirits, because Jesus Christ is on his way.
Raise your spirits, because Jesus Christ has already won.
Raise your spirits, because Jesus Christ brings a reward
for the obedient and raise a your spirits, because
Jesus Christ will convert
our pain and anguish
to dance, delight and joyful song.
God will be in new Jerusalem
the holy city which Abraham longed for
and all of the saints and martyrs
who believed and believe in
all of God’s promises.
May you be blessed because you are a
Living God, real and majestic and
your return will be soon, very soon.
All of creation longs for your return.
You will come by surprise,
when no one expects it.
Suddenly we will see the true light.
Will you get faith on your second return?
Humanity these days,
will be like in the times of Noah:
Apparently, everything was fine
but, suddenly a flood came
and only Noah and his family were left.
The same occurred with Sodom and Gomorrah
with Nineveh, Jericho, Babylon and many
cities and empires. The same will occur
with this civilization.
May you be blessed because you bring
true peace, You bring true justice and
You bring true joy.
May you be praised forever and
For eternity.
Do not take long, oh Lord.
Your people and your creation, long for you.
Let us always be prepared.
Let our lamps always have oil,
and that the talents you gave us,
give the greatest number of results.

* Ps 104: 1-4; Ps 103:1-5; Ps 5:7; Jn 4:23-24; Lk 11:9-13; Isa 51:12; Jn 14:16; Gen 2:7; Isa 42:5; Isa 43:1; Ps 5:8; Ps 43:3; Rom 8:13; Am 5:4; Hos 7:13-16; Am 4:6-8; Lam 4:13-15; 1 Chr 28:9; Eph 4:18; Hos 7:13; Isa 13:8-11; Ps 24:6; Ps 139:24; Ps 143:10; Ps 91:1-16; 1Pet 5:7; Ps 68:5-6; Ps 111:4; Isa 54:7; Jer 3:12; Prov 8:17; Jn 14:21; Jn 5:24; Jas 1:25; Ps 119:45; Jas 1:5-6; Mt 7:24; Prov 13:13-18; Mt 6:33; Jn 3:36; Jn 5:24; Rom 2:7; 1Cor 3:7-8; 2Tim 3:14-15; Deut 28: 1-14; Jer 7:17; Lk 11:28; Ps 91: 1- 16; Ps 20:1-2; Mt 25:1-13; Prov 16:21; Mt 10:16; Rom 13:11-12; Mc 13:1-23; 1Pet 4:7; Rev 1:3; 1Jn 2:18; Rom 13:12; Jas 5:7-8; 2Pet 3:10; Rev 3:11; Rev 22.12; Jas 5:8; 2Pet 3:12; Jn 16:33; Rev 5:5; Isa 60:20; Isa 51:11; Rev 21:4; Rev 21:1-4; Heb 12:22-23; Isa 52:1; Heb 11:10; Heb 11:16; Rev 3:12; Rev 4:8; Ps 104:1-9; Jude 25; Isa 57:15; Ex 15:11; 2 Sam 7:22; Lk 21: 27; Acts 1:11; Rom 8:19-27; Mt 24:27-28,36; 2Pet 3:10; 1Thess 5:2; Lk 12:40; Lk 18:8; Lk 17:26-27; Mt 24:37-39; 1Pet 3:20; Heb 11:7; Lk 17: 28-37; 2Pet 2:6-7; Am 4:11; Jude 7; Jon 1:2; Mt 12:41; Zeph 2:13; Isa 13:19-22; Isa 21.9; Rev 14:8; Josh 6:2,4,20-21; Ps 72:1-2; Zech 9:10; Hos 2:18-19, Isa 35.10; Ps 41: 13; Ps 113:3; Ps 48:10; Heb 10:37; Jas 5:8; Hab 2:3; Rev 3:11; Mt 25:1-13; 2Pet 3:12; Rev 4:8; 1Pet 3:15; Mt 24:42-51; Lk 17: 20-37; Mt 25: 1-13; Mt 25: 14-30.

76. CHOOSE THE TRUE GOD

Why am I in a hurry?
Why do I run without stopping?
Why do I not have any rest?
Why do I not sleep well?
Why do I not have peace?
Why do I always have problems?
Why am I not happy with what I have?
Why do I blame others for my misfortune?
Why do I blame God for my anguish?
Why have I lost all hope?
Why do I not find a meaning to life?
If I have a lot of riches, I am not happy and
if I do not have them, I am unhappy.
What is wrong with me?
What am I missing?
Am I lost?
Am I cheated?
Do I have hope?
Am I a failure?
Who can help me?
Certainly you are lost.
Certainly you are cheated
And you certainly have hope
Your only hope is to obey God
Your only solution is to walk with God
Your only alternative is to come back to God
With God you find true life
With God you find a meaning to life
With God you find fulfillment
With God you find true peace
Sin distances you from God
The hardness of your heart is guilty of your misfortune
God never looks for the bad to burden you
He wants us to live and live with abundance
Riches are temporary and they do not give you salvation
On the contrary, they cause anguish and torment you
Come back to God with humbleness
He forgives all your sins
He gives you true food and true drink
He buries your past forever and
He will never remind you of it
Be wise, prudent, and intelligent:
To walk with God is the only solution
To walk with God leads to eternal life
To walk with God gives meaning to our life.
Detest sin with all of your strength and
free yourself from those heavy burdens
which lead you to the abyss.
Love the Lord your God with all your soul,
With all your strength and you will be free and
you will be a new man.

* Mt 6:25-34; Lk 8:14; Mc 4:19; Isa 57:21; Job 3:25-26; Isa 59:8; Ps 35:20; Sir 2:23- 26; 1Sam 15:22; Ps 51:17; Jer 7:23; Rom 1:29; Prov 18: 6-10; Prov 28:25; Sir 1:8; Sir 2:11; Sir 5:12; Jas 1:13-14; Eph 2:12-13; Sir 5:12; Mc 4:19; Mt 19:20-21; 1Cor 9:9-10; Heb 13:6; Ps 40:17; 1Tim 1:6; 1Pet 2:25; Rev 12:9; 2 Cor 11:13-15; Isa 9:4-5-7; Job 11:17-19; Jn 8:12; Deut 30: 10-16; Heb 10:19-22; Ps 32:8; Prov 10:29; Isa 30:19-21; Jn 8:12; Job 22:21-30; Joel 2:13; Prov 1:23; Hos 14:1; Zech 1:3; Job 22:23; Jn 6:35; Jn 5:24; Eph 3:19; 1 Cor 14:33; Jer 5:24-25; Eph 2:12; Mt 15:8-9; Rom 2:5; Ps 81:12-14; Jn 10:10-11; 2 Cor 9:8; Prov 23:5; 1 Tim 6:7-10; Jas 4:6-10; Ps 51:1-17; Mt 9:2-5; Ps 65:3; Jn 6:55-56; Heb 8:12; Heb 10:16-18; Prov 12: 15-16; Jn 8:12; Ps 18:32-33; Prov 2:1-4; Jn 14:6; Jn 12:25-26; Jn 6:27; Heb 12:1; Ps 101:3; Mt 11:28-30; Mt 22:37-38; Deut 6:5; Col 3: 5:17.

77. DO NOT GO BACK !

Why look back?
Remember that in the baptism
Everything was buried and
From this moment on,
We have a new mind and heart.
From this moment on,
We have a new commandment:
To be a new man.
From this moment on,
It makes no sense to go back.
Why? And for what?
The same God forgave us and
Forgot our sins.
Going back is
To die again.
Do you not remember Lot’s wife
Who disobeyed the commandment?
What happened to her?  Why did she do it?
Walking with God means
Advancing forward and
Growing until you get to the same
Height as our Lord Jesus Christ.
Be obedient :  Do not go back!
Going back means that you do not
Accept the Lord as your Savior.
Going back means hiding in the
Past so you do not confront
Today’s reality.
Going back means reliving the memories
That already passed.
Going back means
Not walking with God.
Going back means living a reality
Which does not correspond to the present.
Going back means being the martyr
For things that already occurred.
He who looks forward is obedient.
He who looks forward is brave.
He who looks forward is wise and prudent.
He who looks forward does the Lord’s will.
The best of times is yet to come.
True peace is yet to come.
We will have a new earth and new heavens.
God will reign over us.
All pain, all anguish,
All cries, will disappear.
Satan and his demons,
Will not tempt us.
Let us adore the true God.
True justice is waiting.
True light is waiting.
We will have true food and drink.
It is worth obeying.
It is worth waiting.
It is worth subjecting yourself to the fair God.
It is worth walking with God.
It is worth having patience.
Jesus Christ will return soon.
Let us prepare the way
For when He comes back
He find faith among his followers.
DO NOT GO BACK!

* Lk 9:62; Phil 3:13-14; Jer 7:24;; Gal 4:8-10; Rom 6:4; Eph 4:24; Col 2:12-13; 2Cor 5:17; Gal 6:15-16; Ezek 36:26; Col 3:5-17; Jn 3:3-5; Isa 43:18-19; 1 Jn 1:9;Gen 19:17- 26; Eph 4:13; Ps 44:18; Jer 7:24-26; 1Pet 1:14-16; Rom 5:19; Acts 5:29; Isa 60:16; Gal 4:9-10; Phil 3:13-14; Heb 6:1; Phil 3:12; 2Cor 5:17; Ps 119:1-8; Lk 9:62; 2Pet 3:12-14; Lk 21:27-28;  Isa 35:1-10; Mic 4:7; Rev 5:10; Rev 11:15; Rev 20:4; Ps 146:10; Zech 14:9; 2Pet 2:9; 1Cor 10:13; Jas 4:7-9; Ps 96:1-13; Lk 4:8; Isa 11:4; Heb 11:7; 2Pet 3:13; Jn 8:12; Ps 36:9; Isa 60:20; Jn 6:53-56; Jn 4:34; Jas 1:25; Acts 5:29; Deut 28: 1- 14; Ps 18:30; Ps 32:10; Jas 4:7-8; 1Pet 5:5-6; Deut 5:33; Isa 2:5; Prov 10:29; Rom 8:25-26; Jas 5:8; Heb 12:1; Rev 2:16; 2Pet 3:9-10; Lk 3:4-5; Lk 18:8; Lk 9:62.

78. LET US ADORE THE TRUE GOD

Light of my life
Light my way
You free me from the darkness
You protect me from evil
May your name be honored
For your great compassion.
May your name be honored
For your great justice.
May your name be honored
For your great power.
May your name be honored
For your great wisdom.
May your name be honored
For your great love.
May your name be honored
For your great forgiveness.
May your name be honored
For your great patience.
Nations of the world:
Adore the Lord.
Adore the only one who can save us.
Adore the only one who brings true peace.
Adore the only one who cleans all sin in the world.
Adore the only one who buried our sins.
Adore the only one who brings hope.
Adore the only one who will provide true justice.
Adore the only one who will resurrect the dead.

* Ps 27:1; Jn 12:46; 1Jn 1:5; Mic 7:8; Lk 1:78-79; Eph 6.16; 1Jn 5:18; Rev 5:13; Ps 57:5; Ps 33:5; 1Pet 1.3; Rom 9:15; Mt 6:33; Rev 19:11; Ps 9:8; Ps 59:16; Jn 10:17-18; Lk 22:69; Eph 3:10; 1Tim 1:17; 1Cor 1:24; 1Cor 13:1-8,13; 1Jn 4:16; Jer 31:3; Mic 7:18; Ps 130:4; 1Jn 1:9; Jer 31:34; 2Pet 3:9; Rom 15:5; 2Pet 3:15; Rev 15:4; Ps 86:9; Ps 22:27; Ps 96:9; Mc 13:13; 1Tim 1:15; Ezek 34:22; Jn 14:27; 1Cor 14:33; Phil 4:7; Jn 1:29; 1Cor 5:7; 1Jn 1:7; Rom 5: 12-21; Rev 1:5; Rom 6:4; Col 2:12; Ps 39:7; Ps 91:2,9; Col 1:27; 1Tim 1:1; Acts 17:31; Rom 2:16; 2Cor 5:10; Rev 20:12; Ezek 37: 1- 14; Jn 11:25; 1Cor 15: 20-23.

79. YOU ARE MY GOD AND MY LORD

Where are you?  Where do you live?
How can I find you?
I see you everywhere.
I feel you everywhere.
Your holiness shines everywhere.
You are just but, you are also merciful.
You are jealous but, you are also loving.
You are infinitely powerful but,
you also enjoy the weakness
of your followers.
You humiliate the arrogant but, you raise
the spirit of the humble.
You break the unjust but,
you strengthen the fearful.
Oh Lord, how good are your paths.
Oh Lord, how sweet are your words.
Oh Lord, how joyful are your dwellings.
Oh Lord, how strong are your fundamentals.
Oh Lord, how kind is your advice.
Oh Lord, how just are your commands.
Oh Lord, how peaceful are the fearful families.
Because of all this, I decide to adore You.
Because of all this, I decide to obey You.
Because of all this, I decide to consecrate You totally.
Because of all this, I decide to be ready for your second return.
Because of all this, I decide to follow Your will
Because of all this, I decide to give good testament.
Because of all this, I decide to be your witness and
Because of all this, I decide to accept you as my God and my Lord.

* Ps 139:7-10; Isa 66:1; Ps 27: 4; Prov 3:6; Ps 139: 13-18; Ps 50:1-2; Deut 33:2; 1Chr 16:29; Ps 145:17; Ps 111:4; Jas 5:11; Deut 5:9; Deut 4:24; Jn 3:16; Rom 5:5; Ps 89:8; Eph 3:20; Rev 18:8; 2Cor 12:9; Heb 4:15; Ps 147:6; Ps 138:6; Jas 4:6; Ps 37:17; Ps 18:32-34; Prov 3:6; Jn 14:5-7; Ps 119: 103-104; Jer 15:16; Ezek 3:1-3; Ps 84:1-2; Ps 84: 10; Ps 122:1; Eph 2:20;  2 Tim 2:19; 1Cor 3:11; Isa 28:16; Ps 89:14; Ps 73:24; Prov 8:33-35; Prov 19:21; Ps 119:172; Rom 7:12; Prov 7:1-3; Acts 10:2; 1Tim 5:4; Acts 16:14-15; Ps 146:1; Ps 95:6-7; Jn 4:24; Rev 14:7; Acts 5:29; Ps 119:106; Ps 119:11; Phil 3:7-10; 1Pet 1:8-9; 1Jn 5:4; Mc 10:52; Rev 19: 7-8; Mt 24: 45-47; Mt 25: 9-10; Ps 40:8; Ps 143:10; 1Chr 28:9; Ps 119:24, 46; Ps 119:99, 129.

80. LET US PREPARE FOR THE SECOND COMING OF THE LORD

Is the Lord coming ?  Yes, He is coming
Is this the second time that He is coming?  Yes, it is the second
What happened on His first visit?
Some believed and accepted Him.
Others believed but did not accept Him and
others rejected Him, they detested him and killed him.
Did the Old Testament announce the coming of the Lord?
Of course ! Were all of holy scriptures fulfilled?
All of them were fulfilled.
Why then did they not believe in Him?
Because their hearts were hardened.
Because they were waiting for the Messiah
warrior and almighty.
Because they expected that He would only save Israel
Because He was from a humble origen.
Because they did not believe John the Baptist either.
Today, does the world believe and wait
For the second coming of the Lord?
We know that satan cheats everyone.
We know that the Jews wait
for the first coming of the Messiah.
Today, in the world, there is cheating and confusion.
Only those who faithfully obey the Lord,
Are preparing for the second coming.
His return will be terrible.  Everything will be trembling.
The heavens and the earth will change.  There will be strong wars.
There will be intense persecutions.
We will have great tribulations.
When the Lord returns, will we find faith among his followers?
We should always be prepared.
Do not let His coming be a surprise.
With anticipation, he has illustrated
about the future through his prophets
so we will not be deceived.
Come soon Lord but, be prepared
Come soon Lord but, walk with God
Come soon Lord but, strengthen our faith.
Let us prepare for the second coming of the Lord
With our example and testimony.
May you be welcomed Lord: True light,
true food and true drink.

* Mt 24:3, 44; Lk 12:40; He 9:28; Acts 1:11; 2Pet 3:12-13; Mt 24:27; Jn 2:23; Jn 4:53; Acts 4:32; Jn 12:42; Jn 10:41-42; Mc 6:2-6; Lk 22:67-71; Jn 4:39-40; Lk 23:33-39; Mt 8:34; Lk 22:1-6; Mc 6:3; Jn 8:45; Mal 3:1-3; Isa 9:6-7; Mic 5:1-4; Isa 7:14; Lk 18:31; Mt 26:56; Jn 19:36; Mc 1:15; Acts 13:29; Acts 19:8-9; Ps 78.22; Lk 24:11; Jn 7:41-42; Mc 15:29-30; Lk 24:21; Mt 13:55-58; Jn 1:46; Jn 7:52; Mt 21:32; Lk 7:31-33; Mt 24:37-39; Lk 17:26-30; Rev 12:9; Jn 8:44; Mt 11:1-19; Mc 9:11-13; Gen 3:4-5; Rev 12:9; Jn 8:44; 1 Tim 6:14; 1Thess 5:22-23; Titus 2:10-13; Rev 22:12-13,16; 2 Pet 3:10- 12; Mt 24: 3-51; Lk 18:8; Mt 24:44; Rev 22:7; Lk 12:40; Mt 25:10; 1Pet 2:12; Jn 8:12; Jn 6:55.

81. DIE TO LIVE

When I die for the world,
I live for God.
When I die physically,
I live spiritually.
Man has two births:
One physical, for death and another
spiritual, for eternal life.
While we are on earth,
spiritual life will be the priority
over physical life.
On earth you should live with wisdom,
fear and tremor before God.
You must set an example, give testimony
and be a witness to our Lord Jesus Christ.
Live without concern, live without fear
if you are an authentic Christian, you are free,
valiant, and you are the light and a compass for humanity.
Love God with all your strength,
because when He is the priority in your life,
He will never abandon you and
will be your happiness forever and all eternity.

*  Col 3:5-17; Jn 12:25; Gal 6:14; Jn 11:25-26; 2 Cor 5:1; Jn 3:3-15; Acts 20:24; Phil 3:13-14; Heb 12:1-2; 1 Cor 9:24-25; Phil 2:12-13; 2 Cor 7:1; Heb 12:28-29; Heb 4:1; 2 Tim 1:8; 1Pet 2:12; 1 Tim 4:12; Jas 3:13;  Gal 5:16-18, 24,25; Gal 6: 9-10; Titus 2:12- 13; Ps 112:7-9; Jn 8:31-32; Gal 5:1; Rom 8:2; Ps 119: 105; Eph 5:1-20; Prov 12:26; Deut 6:5; Jn 12:25-26; Ps 18:1-2; Mt 10:39; Ps 94:14-15; Jn 3:16-17;  Jn 14:18-19; Hos 2:16-20;  Ps 36:5-6; Ps 117:1-2.

82. DAYS OF GREAT ANGUISH

We live in days of anguish.
We will live in days of anguish.
In our days, wars and earthquakes,
epidemics and evil threaten us.
The world has distanced itself from God.
The world has become corrupt.
The world has hardened its heart.
And it does not have peace nor hope.
Everything is confusion and humanity is only in search of
clarity in all material purposes.
Above darkness, there is light and
God fulfils his plan on earth.
His plan is for salvation and it is necessary
that all of this happen so that finally,
we search with all of our effort,
with all of our mind and with all of
our heart the favor of God.
All of humanity:  Repent.
All of humanity:  Obey with love.
All of humanity:  Work with wisdom.
All of humanity:  Work with understanding
All of humanity: Work with fear and tremor.
Because the justice of God will judge us
according to our work on earth.
He is coming, he is almost coming.
He is at the door, He is ready,
Soon, very soon, Jesus Christ will come
again for the second time.
There will be terrible days before his return.
The day of his return will be terrible.
Without God, we are poor and sad creatures
who will not be able to confront him.
Only obedience, only walking with him,
only true faith, only the good work
will be able to protect us from
those terrible days of great tribulation.
Cheer up! We can avoid God’s anger.
Cheer up!  Only with God will we win.
Cheer up!  Because if you want,
God will forgive you and you will be with
him in the Wedding Feast of the Lamb.
Oh God, joyous song is your protection.
Sure strength is your law.
In your heart, there is infinite clemency.
Leave everything to follow God.
Do not attach yourself to anything because
you cannot take it with you.
Always look forward and assure your reward.
A wise man is he who leans on the rock.
A wise man is he who walks with God.
A wise man is he who pleases God.
A wise man is he who does good deeds.
When the Lord returns, let him find us
doing good deeds.  And finally, when he returns, let
the Lord find faith among his followers.

* 2Tim 3:1-3; Mt 24:6-13; Jer 30:7; Isa 59:6-10; Lk 21:11; Mc 13:7-8; Isa 1:2-7; Mc 4:19; Ps 14:1-3; Rom 2:5-6; Acts 28:27; Rev 16:11; Jer 7:26; 2Cor 3:14; Eph 2:12; Rom 3:17-18; Ezek 7:25; Jer 3:24; 1Cor 14:33; Jas 5:2-3; Mt 6:25; 1Jn 2:15-17; Eph 5:8-14; 2Cor 4:6; 1Pet 2:9; 1Pet 1:3-25; 2Pet 3:13; Lk 3:6; Acts 4:12; 1 Jn 2:25,28; Lk 21:9-13; Mt 24:6; Mc 13:7; Eccl 3:1; Deut 6:5; Deut 4:29; Deut 10:12-13; 2Pet 3:9; Mt 3:7-8; Rom 2:4-11; Acts 5:29; Ps 18:1-2; Deut 28:1; Prov 3:13-16; Ps 37:30; Prov 1:7; Eph 1:18; 1 Pet1:13; Dan 12:3; Ps 119:104; Ps 33:8; Phil 2:12; Heb 4:1; Eccl 12:13-14; Rom 2:6; Ezek 18:30-32; Jude 1:15; Heb 10:37; Phil 4:5; Jas 5:8; Rev 22:7,12, 20; Joel 2:1-13, 31; Isa 13:8-11; Mt 24:21,29-30; Isa 13:6-15; Deut 28:1; Deut 5:33; Prov 10:17; Jas 1:22; Rom 1:17; Mc 9:23; Jas 2:26; Mt 5:16; Col 1:10; Rev 3:17; Eph 2:1-2; Jer 5:3-4; Rom 3:16-18; Jas 4:8-10; Mc 1:14-15; Lk 15:7-10; Acts 3:19-20; 1 Jn 5:4-5; Jn 16:33; Jer 1:19; 1Cor 15:57; Rom 8:37; Ezek 33:14-16; Mt 6:14; Ps 130: 1-4; Acts 10:42-43; Mt 25:1-13;Rev 19:7-9; Ps 40:1-3; Ps 149:1-7; Isa 12:2; Ps 145:1-9; Ex 15:2; Ps 19:7-10; Lev 25:18; Jas 1:25; Neh 9:17; 1 Tim 1:16; Ps 86:15; 2Pet 3:9; Mt 6:24; Mt 4:19-20; Mc 8:34-36; Mt 19:16-30; Mt 6:19-21; Gen 19:26; Heb 11:24-26; Heb 10:35; 2Jn 1:8; Ps 71:3; Mt 7:24-25; 2Sam 22:1-4; 1Pet 2:6; 2Jn 1:4-6; 3Jn 1:3; Isa 2:5; Rom 6:4; Col 1:10-14; Eph 5:8-10; 1Thess 2:4; Heb 13:15-16; Mt 5:16; Titus 3:8; Col 1:10; Mt 24:42-46; Lk 12:35-37; Lk 18:8.

83. THERE IS A PLAN ON EARTH

Are you bored? Do you not have hope?
Does nothing motivate you?
Are you tired of living?
Do you want to be alone?
If this is your situation,
it indicates that you are spiritually dead.
The most important thing is missing:
The spirit of God. When you truly walk
with God, there is joy, there is hope, and
there is strength in spite of the tests.
Nothing is an obstacle. All things can be
done through Christ who strengthens me
and everything has meaning. Walk without fear.
Always look forward. Never go back.
If you walk with Him, you will be a very
useful instrument to realize His work on earth.
God’s plan is being fulfilled faithfully since
before the foundation of the world until the
second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and
will continue being fulfilled.  The world does not
realize this plan because it is being deceived
by satan.  The true christian walks in the opposite
direction of the world. Do not worry if there are
few followers of the Lord.  Actually, the true
christians are few but, God has realized his
work and he realizes it currently with few people.
You are blessed if the Lord chose you to realize
his divine plan. You cannot underestimate
something so great and marvelous.
Rejecting the call of God is equivalent to
trampling the precious blood of Jesus Christ.
You cannot follow the example of Esau,
brother of Jacob who exchanged his birthright
for a plate of lentils. When he wanted to recover it,
he could not and he cried bitterly.
Be careful because this can happen to you if you
are not committed to your mind, with all of your
strength and with all of your heart with the
marvelous work of God on earth. Remember:
God is a jealous God. With him, it is everything
or nothing.  If you are lukewarm or with little
commitment, remember: God will vomit you out his mouth.

* Lam 3:17-20; Eph 2:1-3; Col 2:13; Isa 12:2; 2Cor 12:10; Jas 1:2-3; Phil 4:13; Isa 40:26-31; Isa 41:10; Heb 6:1; Phil 3:14; Lk 9:62; Phil 3:13; Acts 9:15; Eph 3:8; Mt 5:17-18; Jer 29:11; 1Pet 1:19-20; Gen 3:4-5; Rev 12:9; Jn 8:44; 2Cor 11:14; Ps 1:1; Prov 13:14-16; Deut 10:12-13; Eph 5:15-16; Mt 20:16; Mt 7:13-14; Mt 22:1-14; Eph 1:4;  Jn 15:16; 1Cor 1:27-28; Lk 10:16; Heb 10:26-29; Jn 12:48; Jude 8; Gen 25:27- 34; Gen 27:30-40; Heb 12:16-17; Lk 21:34-36; Deut 10:12-13;  1Pet 5:8-9; Deut 20:4- 6; Jn 2:17; Nah 1:2; Rev 2:10; Rev 3:14-17.

84. YOU DO NOT HAVE ANYTHING.

You are rich.  And do you believe you are the owner of
possessions and people? I tell you:  you do not have anything.
They all belong to the Lord. Do you believe you are the owner
of your body, your mind and your heart?  I tell you:
They belong to the Lord.  Do you believe you are the master and
owner of the earth and of the universe?  I tell you:
They belong to the Lord.  So, what do I have?  What is mine?
I tell you:  Nothing!  Everything belongs to the Lord.  So, I do not
understand my role on earth.  Of course, you understand it!
I am going to remind you:  We are birds in flight. We are pilgrims
on the earth because we are searching for a better land.
When we die, we cannot take anything with us.  Do not treasure
on earth; treasure the heavens.  Remember:  We are here for a
short time.  We die, and our children repeat this cycle.
so, what is worth doing while we are pilgrims on earth?
Walk with God; that is, obey him in every way.
Put all His commandments to work.  Love Him with all your strength,
with all your mind and with all your heart.  That way, it is worth living
because of the mercy of God and not because of your own merits,
we have real hope:  To have eternal life and to be in front
of the Lord Jesus Christ.

*   Rev 3.17; Ps 24:1-2;  Ps 50:10-12; Hag 2:8; Ex 19:5; Lev 25:23; 1 Cor 10:26; Ezek 18:4; Job 38:1-41; 1Cor 6:19-20; Deut 10:14; 1Cor 7:23; 1Tim 6:7-8; Heb 11:13-16; Phil 3:20-21; Lk 12:16-21; Mt 6:19-21; 1 Tim 6:17- Deut 6:5; Deut 4:29-31; Mc 12:30; Lk 10:27; Eph 2: 8-9; Rom 3:24; Eph 2:5.

85. DO NOT PLAY WITH GOD!

Hey, you! Me? Yes, you inhabitant of the earth:
Do you think that you are alive because you breathe,
eat and drink? Do not fool yourself.  I tell you
that if you walk with God you will be alive
spiritually but, if you reject Him although
you are alive physically, you will be dead
spiritually. It is wise to obey the Lord with joy and happiness. 
There is no sense living this
short stay on earth disobeying
and sinning continuously.  A sin, only one,
can bring you many problems.  Even more,
if you repent, God will forgive you but,
the consequences of the sin committed,
will continue.  Remember David,
King of Israel who was an agreeable man
with the heart of God, who repented
his sins.  God forgave him but, the
consequences continued in his family
and from generation to generation.  From King
David we can learn that if we do not
sin, we will live in holy peace
and we will have many tests for
being Christians.  But remember, that
only those who persevere will reach the end.
Also keep in mind that we have tests because
of our disobedience but, we also have tests for
being faithful to God. It is worth it to obey God
while we are on the earth. If as an adult you
committed yourself to God when you were baptized,
remember that this is your only opportunity and that
walking with God is wiser and more prudent than
rejecting Him. The decision is in your hands:
Or I give myself totally to the Lord,
or I give myself to satan and his demons.
REMEMBER:  DO NOT PLAY WITH GOD!

* Eccl 3:19-20; Jn 14:6; Rom 6:11; Jas 2:26; Jn 12:48; 1Jn 3:21-22; Ps 105:3; Ps 32:11; Jer 2:19; Rom 8:10-14; Job 15:20-25; Gen 3:6; Rom 5:12; Rom 5:19; Ps 65:3; Acts 3:19; Prov 28:13; 1Sam 13:14; Acts 13:22; 2Sam 12:1-15; 2Sam 24:10-15; Ps 51:1-19; 2Sam 11:26-27; Ps 85:5-6; 2Sam 12:14-22; 1Jn 1:9; Ps 4:4-5; Acts 17:30; Rom 3:23-24; Mt 10:22; Acts 11:23; 1Cor 15:58; Deut 28:15-68; 1Sam 13:14; Eph 5:6; Heb 2:2; Job 1:10-11; Acts 7:55-60; 1Pet 1:14-16; Deut 28:1-2; Col 2:12-13; Gal 2:20; Rom 6:4; Isa 44:22; Heb 10:26,35; Isa 40:31; Prov 12;15; Rev 3:18; Isa 55:6-7; 1Pet 1:14; 1 Jn 3:21-22; Gal 6:7; Job 13:9-10.

86. A MATURE CHRISTIAN

I try to get away from you but, where will I go?
If I leave you, I will stay in the world and the
demons will be the end of me.
Why do I try to get away from you?
Did I not commit myself to you voluntarily?
Why do I go back and look for the world?
Why is this happening to me?  It is very easy
to answer: This is happening because you
are not totally committed to God. Do you
want to please God and the rest of the world
at the same time?  Remember: Our God is
jealous, and he wants us to devote ourselves
totally.  Let us also remember that the current
world is being cheated on by the god of this
century:  satan.  Think and reflect: Your life is
only an instant compared to eternity but, in
this short time you play with eternal life or
the disqualification from the kingdom of God.
In this short time, you play with life or death.
God has given us everything to defeat the
kingdom of darkness.  Walk with prudence,
walk with wisdom, walk with domain and
control:  walk with patience and do not work
hastily so you will not make mistakes that
take you to the loss of eternal life.  Keep in
mind that in moments of insanity and turmoil
we leave the doors of our minds and our
hearts open so that the demons come in and
they lead us to sin against our Holy Savior.
Be careful.  Be humble and patient so you can
totally devote yourself to God and let him rule
your life. When a christian is mature, he is at
peace, with tranquility, self-control and he is
very diligent. He is firm in his decisions and his
good work in his testimony before God and the
world. If you are really a mature christian, you
will have the wisdom to live in the middle of this
confusing idolatrous and sinful world because
you have the light of Christ and you will never
fall while you obey the Lord.

* Jn 6: 66-69; Ps 139:7-12; Lk 9:62; Eph 6:10-18; 1Pet 5:8-9; Jas 4:7; Jas 4:1-10; Mt 15:8; 1Jn 2:15; 1Pet 3:21; Rom 6:3-4; Gal 3:27-29; Rom 6:3; Mt 6:24; Col 3:2; Titus 1:16; Mt 16:26; Jas 4:4; Lk 16:13; Deut 5:8-9; Nah 1:2; 2 Cor 11:2; Gen 3:4-5; Rev 12:9; Acts 13:10; Job 7:7; Ps 39:4-6; Rom 2:7-8; 1Pet 5:10; Jn 3:36; Jas 4:7-8; Eph 6:11-12; Gal 5:16-21; Prov 10:9; Prov 3:5-6; 2Pet 2:1-22; Deut 32:3-6; Eph 4:2-3; Col 3:12-15; 1 Thess 3:11-13; Ps 112: 1-8; Prov 10:9; 2Tim 1:7; Mt 5:16; Jas 1:5; Prov 13:16; 1Jn 2:15-20; Jn 14:23; Deut 5:33; Rom 12:2.

87. A GREAT REWARD: ETERNAL LIFE

Soul of mine bless your Lord
because He is good, holy,
just and compassionate, and
of the highest expression.
Soul of mine, bless your Lord
because He is the only living God.
He is the architect and creator of
the heavens and the earth and
all of the wonders that are on it,
where the biggest wonder of all
the marvels is: the human being
because he is the only creature
who has hope because the same
thing happens to the animal and
the human:  death, but the man
who has hope by the grace of God,
will rise; this is to say, he will
resurrect. This is a hard thing for the
non-believers but, great hope is for
he who has faith. All of this teaches
us that it is worth it to walk with God,
this is to say, obey Him in everything.
It is worth it to suffer because of our
Lord Jesus Christ because He has a
great reward saved for us:  Eternal life.

* Ps 103:5; Mic 7:18-19; 2 Cor 1:3-4; Jer 10:10; Jn 6:57-58; Ps 104:1-5; Jer 10:12; Isa 45:12; Gen 1:26; Ps 139: 13-18; Ps 8: 4-9; Eph 2:10; Eccl 3:19-20; Eph 2:4-10; Jer 29:11; Jn 11:25-26; 1Pet 1:3; Ps 78:22; 1Jn 5:10; Heb 11:13-16; Rom 5:1-2; 2Tim 2:3- 13; Mic 6:8; Acts 7:55-60; Heb 11:26; Rev 22:12; 1Cor 3:12-15; Col 3:23-24; Mt 5:12.

88. THE PURPOSE OF BLESSINGS

Let’s take advantage of all of the resources that
God has given us in wise ways, such as time,
material belongings and all of our personal talents
such as the talent to advise, the talent to motivate and
to strengthen the weak, the talent to cure and
so many others that the good God has given us.
All of these blessings are to be shared and
to benefit, in the first place, the members of the faith
and every human being who needs them.
Let us live then in holy peace and be content with
what God has established. We cannot change
the decisions and purposes of the Lord, because
everything that He does for us and although we
don’t understand, is for our good, for our edification
and salvation. Praise the Lord.

* 1Pet 4:10-11; Eph 5:15-16; Col 4:5; Gal 5:22-23; Rom 1:11-12; 1Thess 5:14; Acts 20:35; Lk 6:38; Isa 58:7-12; Deut 15:10; Prov 21:26; 2Cor 9:6-8; Gal 6:2,10; 1Tim 6:18-19; Jn 14:27; Heb 13:5-6; 1Tim 6:8-9; Ps 4:8; 1Pet 3:11-12; Rom 14:17-19; Job 23:13-14; 1Thess 5:16-18; 2Cor 12:9; 1Jn 2:17.

89. IF YOU ARE WITH ME, I HAVE EVERYTHING

I am with great uncertainty.  I hold on
to you and at every moment I search
for you: I always find you and a great
comfort I receive from you. Day and
night evil spirits attack me and want
to destroy me. Daily they accuse me
and daily they put obstacles in my way.
I do not fear them because I have you.
Oh my strength.  Oh my rock. No one
like you.  Sublime, majestical and merciful
in a great way.You are just, good, and in
a great way, a saint. If you are with me,
I have everything.

* Ps 77:1-2; Ps 22:11; Nah 1:7; Jon 2:2; Ps 25:17-18; Ps 34:4; Ps 63:1-2; Isa 25:9; Isa 26:9; 2 Thess 2:16-17; Jer 31:12-13; Ps 34:4; Eph 6:12-13; Ps 27:1-5; 1Jn 5:18; Ps 31:13-14; Rev 12:10; Zech 3:1; Job 1:9-11; Ps 44:5-6; 2 Chr 32:8; Ps 18:1-2; Ps 144:1- 2; Mt 8:27; Ps 97:9; Rev 16:5; Ps 145:17; Rev 4:8;  Ps 144:2; Isa 41:10; Ps 23:1-6. Hab 3:18-19.

90. YOU ARE JUST AND MERCIFUL

I pray, and you listen.  I meditate and
reflect in your marvelous work and
I am strengthened. All of this fills me
with joy may you be blessed because
you are powerful, but at the same time
you are merciful. You are just in your
decisions and to those who are humiliated
you raise them and to those who are raised,
you humiliate them. May you be praised.

* Ps 6:9; Ps 5:2-3; Mt 21:22; Ps 77:1-20; Ps 104:1-35; Ps 105:3-5; St 5:11; Lc 1:50; Jer 3:12; Ps 89:8; St 4:6; Ezek 7:24; Dan 4:37; Eph 5:19-20; Rev 19:5; Ps 136:1-26; Ps 148: 1-14.

91. COME FOLLOW ME AND DO NOT SIN ANYMORE

I find myself in prison.  I am in anguish.
I do not have hope.  I do not see the light.
I walk staggering and undecided.
Everything frightens me.  Everyone follows me.
I have dark circles under my eyes and I am not
able to sleep. I am not at peace and I feel faint.
I trust in no one and at the same time, I ask myself:
Really, is it worth living? How can I change this
situation? Why am I blind? Why do I have a veil in
my mind? Could I get out of this situation?
Of course, you can get out of this situation.
Simply, walk with the Lord; it is to say, obey everything
he tells you to do.  Obey his will and not your own.
This way you will have powerful faith. Nothing will frighten
you.  Nothing will scare you. The fear, the anguish and
the darkness will stay behind.  With the Lord, you will be
a new man.  You will have a new mind and a new heart.
Come follow me and do not sin anymore.

* Ps 142:7; Rom 7:22-23; 2Tim 2:25-26; Ps 142:5; Ps 31:10; Ps 46:1-3; Jn 14:1; Isa 59:8-12; Job 30:26-27; Mt 6:22-23; Ps 31:9-10; Ps 13:1-4; Job 7:4; Isa 59:8; Job 30:26- 27; Lam 5:5;  Jer 8:18; Ps 146:30; Ps 41:7-9; Eccl 2:17; Heb 6:18-19; Jn 8:12; Ps 27:1; 2Cor 3:14-16; Acts 24:15; Rom 6:16; Gen 5:22,24; Gen 6:9; Ps 81:13; Ps 86:11; Eph 4:1-2; Mc 3:35; Heb 10:36-37; 1Pet 4:1-5; Heb 10:38; Heb 11:7-10; Jas 2:14-19; Ps 91:1-16; Eph 4:22-23; Ezek 36:26-27; Jn 3:3-7; Jn 8:3-11; Jn 5:5-14.

92. THE PAST WAS BURIED

I trust in you and not in men.
You are truth, justice and living hope.
You do not fool anyone. To all of us,
you give strength, light and opportunities
to have life in abundance. Have joy in the
living God, the one who is the God of the
living and not of the dead. Obey the Lord
and always look ahead. Remember: The
past was buried and the Lord forgave all
of our sins and he will never remember them.

* Jer 17:5-8; Ps 33:21; Jn 14:6; Isa 45:19-24; Heb 6:18-19; 1Jn 3:5, 7; 1Pet 2:22; Hos 14:9; Isa 33:15-16; Jn 10:10-11; Jn 27:1; Ps 31:7; 1Pet 1:7-8; Phil 4:4; Mt 22:32; Lk 20:38; Mc 12:27; Acts 5:29; Jn 14:23; Deut 28:1-14; Heb 6:1; Phil 3:13-14; Heb 8:12; Mic 7:18-19; Isa 43:18-19; 2 Cor 5:17.

93. GOD IS ALWAYS WITH US

Without you, I cannot live.  You are
my support, my rock and my sustenance.
Don’t abandon me and listen to my prayers.
You are my light, my guide and my redeemer.
Soul of mine, love with all of your might, with
all of your mind and with all of your heart the
only living God.  He who sees us, listens to us
and knows our thoughts. He also knows what
our trials are and he always accompanies us
in those moments when we believe we are alone.
May you be blessed beloved God.

* Jn 15:5; Lk 4:4; Deut 8:3; Jn 6:68; Ps 18:1-2; 2 Chr 14:11; Isa 41:9-10; Heb 13:6; Ps 13:1-6; Ps 27:9; Ps 38:21-22; Ps 51:11; Lk 11:9-10; Ps 39:12-13; Jn 8:12; Ps 43:3; Ps 27:1; Zeph 3:17; Isa 44:22,24; Deut 6:5; Lk 10:25-28; Deut 10:12; Ps 94:9-11; Mt 9:4; Jas 1:2,12; Isa 41:13; Deut 7:17-18; Isa 43:1-2; 2 Cor 1:3; Ps 66:20; Ps 145:1-3; Ps 68:19.

94. LET US WORK WITH JOY

Cree firmemente en el Señor porque
Él es un Dios bueno, santo, misericordioso
y justo en gran manera. El siempre busca
nuestro bien. Día y noche nos protege
de los ataques de satanás a pesar de que
nosotros no nos damos cuenta porque
nuestros mayores enemigos son
huestes malignas espirituales.
Nosotros nos resistimos hacer su santa
voluntad porque no tenemos puestos los
ojos en la obra de Dios. Nosotros pensamos
más en el futuro inmediato y el Señor
siempre trabaja en el largo plazo.
Nosotros queremos ver resultados en el corto
plazo y cuando esto no ocurre, nuestra fe decae
grandemente. Recordemos que los verdaderos
cristianos son instrumentos del Señor destinados
a destruir las obras de satanás y afianzar la
obra redentora sobre la tierra. Gran privilegio es
tener el Espíritu de Dios el cual debemos
mantenerlo en continuo crecimiento para dar
siempre frutos agradables al Señor. ¡Ánimo y
trabajemos con gozo porque la oscura noche está cerca!

*  Jn 3:16; Ro 9:33; Sal 119:65-67; 1Jn 3:23; Sal 22:3-5; Lc 6:36; Sal 25:8; St 5:11; Nah 1:7; Sal 13:5-6; Dt 4:40; Dt 6:2; Esd 8:22; Ef 6:12-13; 2 Co 11:14; Jn 10:28; 1Co 10:13; Ro 8:38-39; 2Co 2:11; Lc 12:47; Hech 7:51; 2Ti 3:8; Ro 12:2; Ef 5:17; Ro 13:2; Lc 14:28; Pr 16:3; Jer 29:11; St 4:13-15; Is 55: 8-9; 1Jn 2:17; Dn 12:8-9; He 11:6; He 12: 1-2, Hech 1:6-7, Pr 20:21; Mt 14:31; Hech 9:15; Ef 2:10; Jn 15:16; 1Co 1:27-29; Ef 5:11; 1Jn 3:8; Ro 8:14; 1Co 3:16-17; Ef 5:18-20; 1Co 6:19-20; Ro 13:12; Mc 13:35-37; 2P 1:19; Lc 21:27-28.

95. LET US REVISE OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD

Where am I? What am I doing here on earth?
What is my mission? Do I recognize and obey
the true God? Can I comprehend the magnitude
of the Lord’s work? Am I really convinced of the
commitment that I have with Lord through my
baptism? Or do I simply follow with a routine
and appear spiritually dead? Yes! I am alive
physically but, spiritually I am dead. Today,
there are many baptized who joyfully
committed themselves to the Lord but, over
the years, they turned their backs on God.
Let us reviseour relationship with the Lord so
that devastation does not come to us by surprise.

* Eccl 12:13-14; Heb 12:1, 2Tim 4:7-8; Ps 25:12-13; Phil 3:14; Jas 1:25; Acts 5:29, Josh 1:8; Isa 43:13, Eph 2:10; Eccl 3: 10-11; Eccl 11:5; Rom 6:3-4; Eph 4:1-2; Heb 10:29; 1Cor 12:13-18; Mt 23:27-28; 2Cor 5:11-12; Prov 26:23; Lk 11:44; Rom 6:23; Jas 2:26; Rev 3:1; Jn 3:36; Mt 15:8; Lk 8: 11-14; 2Pet 2:15; Jer 32:33; 1Thess 5:3-11; Heb 2:1-3; Mt 24:44; Mc 13:35; Lk 12:35-40.

96.TRUE WEALTH

Do you think you have everything?
Do you believe you are a master or
a lord on earth? If you have everything,
do you not need anything from God?
Do you not recognize God as your master
and Lord on earth and of all of the universe?
He is the creator of everything visible and
invisible.  He is the owner of the earth and
all of its fruits.  All of the wealth and all people
belong to the Lord. You, who says that you
have everything and that you do not need God,
you are a poor creature that lives in spiritual
misery and you keep a veil in your mind that
doesn’t permit you to see, perceive or
understand the marvelous work of God on earth.
It is spiritual and redeeming work destined to free
us from satan’s purposes and finally establish,
the kingdom of God on earth.  Cheer up, be humble!
Humiliate yourself in front of the true God so you
will be in his presence.  You have time to change
and be wealthy in spirit and accumulate treasures
in the heavens.  This is true wealth.

* Rev 3:17; Gal 6:3; 1Cor 4:8; Lk 6:25; Dan 4:30-32; Jas 4:16; Jer 9:23-24; 1 Cor 10:12; Jer 9:23-24; Col 1:16-17; Gen 1:1; Ps 24:1-2; Ps 50:11-12; Rom 14:8; Ezek 18:4; Hag 2:8; Lk 12:13-21; Heb 11:25-27; 1Tim 6:7-12; Titus 2:14; Col 1:12-14; Rev 5:9-10; Rom 16:20; Ps 22:27-28; Lk 12:32; Zech 14:9; Mic 6:8; Jas 4:10; Ps 16:11; 1Tim 6:17-19; Mt 6:19-20; Rom 13:12-14; Eph 5:8.

97. LET US NOT BE CAUGHT BY SURPRISE

The true Christian has a firm purpose. He is a true
soldier of Jesus Christ. He is not a general, he is a
private in the military who confronts everything with
courage.  He is not afraid of anything. He is not afraid
of the future, because his support, trust, and security
and rock, is God. See how this civilization falls apart
and becomes corrupt. See how there is no fear of God.
See how customs become corrupt and the home, which
is everyone’s or every nation’s rock, does not have the
moral and spiritual leadership that it once had.  We see
that this civilization is going toward an abyss and we
do not realize it.  In all your plans of expansion and
conquest you do not count on God. Nations, in their
constitutions, now do not mention the name of God. We
see that wars have increased and plagues devastate
humanity. We do not have peace and living together is
more difficult every day. All of this is prophesied and the
Lord said it was necessary that this happen before the
second coming of Jesus Christ. Let us be ready so
his second coming does not catch us by surprise.

*  2Pet 1:10; Heb 11:26; 1Pet 4:16; Jer 17:7-8, 2Tim 2:3-5; Jas 1:12; Heb 12:1-3; Ps 18:1-3,18; Isa 40:31; Job 11:18-19; Isa 1:4,7; Mc 13:7; Lk 21:9-11; Ps 14:1-4; 2Tim 3:1-5; Mt 10:35; Mc 13:12; Prov 1:8; Col 3:20; Eph 6:1-3; Rom 10:3; Mt 24:6-8; Eph 4:18; Job 21:14; Rom 1:28; Mic 4:12; Ps 9:17; Isa 1:2-3; Jer 6:10; Jer 10:2-3; Jer 7:28; Hos 5:4; Mt 24:6-8; Rev 6:4; Ps 35:20; Mc 13:12; Isa 59:8; Mc 13:3-8; Mt 24:32- 44; 1Thess 5:23-24; 1Jn 2:28; 1Cor 1:7-8.

98. LET NOTHING SEPARATE ME FROM THE LORD

Let nothing separate me from the Lord.
Not the cold, the heat, the betrayal,
not my enemies, not health problems,
not the economic difficulties, not the
wars, not the natural disasters, not the
critics, not the threats, not the loneliness,
nor family indifferences, and all those
things that oppose walking with you;
that is to say, obey you in everything.
If I have you, I have everything.  With
you, I will lack nothing.  With you,
everything is possible. You give me
courage, strength, encouragement,
vision, discipline, perseverance,and
overall, the love of God. May you be
blessed for your compassion and for
the opportunities that you give to those
who free themselves from satan’s claws.

* Rom 8:35-39; Ps 57:1; Gal 2:20; Ps 27:1-14; Acts 5:29; Jas 1:25; Deut 26:16; Phil 4:13; Ps 23:1-6; 1Pet 5:7; Phil 4:13; Eph 6:10-18; Heb 12:7; 1 Jn 4:8-10; Ps 18:17; Eph 6:11-12; 2Thess 3:3.

99. OH DEATH, YOU WERE DEFEATED BY JESUS CHRIST!

Oh death you instill terror among humans.
Oh death you threaten every second of life.
Oh death you fill all of the earth with pain.
Oh death you bring sadness and suffering.
Oh death you came as a result of sin.
Oh death you gallop without mercy.
Oh death you fill the earth with blood.
Oh death you fill the earth with violence.
Oh death you destroy homes and nations.
Oh death your reign is near the end.
Oh death you convert into hope.
Oh death you are only a short dream.
Oh death you are joy for the Christian.
Oh death you are light for the Christian.
Oh death you are fire for the Christian.
Oh death you were defeated by Jesus Christ.
Oh death you are resurrection for the righteous.
Oh death you are redemption for the righteous.
Oh death, oh death you are defeated.
Oh death, oh death you are judged
Oh death, you will not cause harm to anyone.
Oh death, you were buried forever.
Oh death, you were eliminated for eternity.
Thank you Lord Jesus Christ because you did it.
Thank you Heavenly Father for allowing it.

* Ps 55:4-5; Ps 39:4-6; 2Cor 7:10; Rom 5:12,14; Rev 6:4,8; 2Sam 1: 22-23; Num 35:19; Ps 18:4-7; Mt 10:21; 1Cor 15:26,54-55; Isa 35:10; 1Thess 4:13-14; Mt 9:23-24; Mc 5:39; Lk 8:52-53; Deut 31:16; Ps 116:15; Eccl 7:1; Prov 14:32; Prov 13:14; Jn 5:25; Prov 14:32; Jas 4:13-15; 1 Chr 29:15; Rev 21:4; Jn 5:28-29; Heb 2:14; 1Cor 15:51-53; Jn 5:25; Ps 116:15; Ps 31:5; Jn 11:25-26; Isa 25:8; 1 Cor 15:21; 1Pet 1:3.

100. WE DEPEND TOTALLY ON YOU

All of my being depends on you.  Life, you
gave it to me and gave me the breath of life.
You chose my parents and you gave me a
destiny in your kingdom. For childhood, you
gave me everything: protection, love, food,
clothing, everything. Everything, absolutely
everything comes from you. Where does then,
all of the arrogance come from not to love you
with all of our strength and obey you with joy
and happiness? Everything we are, comes
from you. In our youth, you, always gave us
your hand and your protection never abandoned
1. From satan and his host of evil spirits you
have always been careful.  In the trials, you are
always with us. You accompany us, strengthen
us and you give us direction because the trials
are good, are necessary to develop character
and strengthen our weak faith. Now as adults,
you call us and prepare us for the knowledge
of your word and to voluntarily receive your
holy spirit which allows us to walk with you;
that is to say obey you in everything and do
your holy will to greatly strengthen our faith.
As we can see, the living God provides us
with everything, absolutely everything. That
is why, our attitude should be one of obedience,
gratefulness and permanent joy, even in the
most difficult trials. May you be praised
forever and for eternity.

Isa 41: 10; Ps 23:1-2; Jn 15:5; Gen 2:7; Ps 119:73; Ps 139: 13-16; Prov 1:8; Ps 71:6; Acts 17:25; Ps 14:1-3; Ps 10:4; Job 35:12; Ps 10:2-11; Rom 8:32; Isa 41:10; 1Cor 8:6; Ps 71:17-19; 2 Tim 2:22; Dan 1:9-21; Eccl 11:9-10; Eccl 12: 1-8; 1Jn 5:18-20; 1Sam 2:9; Jas 1:2-4; 2Pet 2:9; Heb 2:18; 1Cor 10:13; Ps 37:25; Eph 3:16-19; 1Jn 3:24; Isa 41:10; Jn 14:26; Isa 48:17; 1Jn 2:27; Phil 4:19; Mt 14: 13-21; Jas 1:5; Isa 30: 23-26; Ezek 34:26.29; Ps 145:16; Ps 104:27-28; Rom 12:10-15; 1Thess 4:1; Rom 12:12; 2Cor 6:10; Ps 145:3; Rev 7:11-12.

101. LORD DON’T ABANDON ME

Lord don’t abandon me.  If you abandon me,
my enemies will destroy me.  Do not allow that
your servant will not be able to fulfill the mandate
that you have given me.  Allow me to always give
good testimony.  Lord get up and with your powerful
right hand destroys my enemies. May your holy name
be honored and praised. Do not allow that your servant
be dishonored and unauthorized. May You be the
priority of all the days of my existence. Heavens,
praise to the almighty. Celestial thrones bless your holy
name forever and all of eternity. Kings of the earth fear
the Lord. Towns and nations on the earth recognize the
blessed as the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Make
me an achiever before the host of evil spirits. Confirm
and support me. Do me justice and make me overcome
the obstacles that satan and his demons put before me,
so that your servant can honor and obey you as you
deserve all of the days of my life.

* Ps 38:21-22; Heb 13:5; Ps 1:7-6; Ps 57: 1-11; Ps 119:33-40; Eph 6:10-13; Lk 21:12- 13; Jn 15:27; Heb 13:6; Ps 7:6; Eph 5:19; Ps 146:1-2; Ps 145:1-2; Ps 18:48; Ps 138:7; Ps 17:8-15; Mt 6:32-33; Phil 3:8; Eccl 12:13-14; Ps 148.1-4; Ps 150:1; Rev 4:6-11; Rev 7:11; Ps 102:15-16; Ps 22:23; Ps 72:5,11; Dan 6:26-27; Ps 99:1-3; Rev 17:14; Deut 10:17; Eph 6:11-16; Jas 4:7; Rom 13:12-14; Ps 37:28-29; Isa 41:10; Ps 27:1-4; Ps 103:6; 1Jn 5:4-5.

102. IN THE LORD, BE INSPIRED

In the Lord, be inspired. Write with
joy and great happiness because
the living God likes the praise that
is born within a sincere and repentant
heart. Day and night, praise the Lord
because he has had great compassion
with us. We, really, are nothing but
our protecting God wanted to give us
a position in his kingdom.  He calls us
Kings and Priests; brothers of our Lord
Jesus Christ and other names of hierarchy.
We cannot disregard such a notable gift.
Disregard for it would be the biggest mistake
in our lives because it is important to remember
that this is our only opportunity and if we lose it,
we will be disqualified from the kingdom.

*  Phil 4:13; Prov 16:20; Ps 45:1-2; Ps 51:15-17; Ps 144:9; Mic 7:18-19; Acts 16:25; Ps 68:4-5; Ps 144:2-4; Jas 4:14; Job 7:7-10; Ps 39:4-6; Mt 12:46-50; Rev 5:10; 1Pet 2:9- 10; Ex 19:6; Heb 12:16-17; Mt 23:37; Heb 12:16-17; Mt 23:37; Heb 10:26-27; Heb 6:4-6; Isa 55:6-7.

103. EVERYTHING HAS A PURPOSE

You, oh Lord, have given us everything so
we will not worry about the necessities in
which the common man occupies himself
day and night. But all of God’s plans have
meaning.  Why and for what does God work
in this way? Simply, he does this so that all
of our strength, our mind and our heart
concentrate on salvation, and first to look for,
your kingdom and your justice and also so we
walk with God day and night; this means that we
obey Him in everything. This way, we can be
Christians who set an example and give good
testimony before the eyes of the world and the
eyes of God, naturally.  Let us remember that
we commit ourselves to obey the Lord Jesus
Christ through baptism, in being a witness
to give faithful testimony of his teachings.
If we really understand this, our lives must
be continuous dedication to the living God
and we should give dignified fruits of regret.
Let us greatly value everything that we
receive from God because everything has
a purpose. If we receive material and spiritual
blessings it is because God has kept his eyes
on us so we will be His instruments for the work
of God in the times of the end. Let us not waste
this only opportunity to finally be in His kingdom.

* Mt 6:25-34; Phil 4:6; Eph 1:11-12; Col 1:11-12; 1Pet 2:9-10; Acts 9:15; 1 Cor:27-29; Jn 15:16; Deut 6:4-5; Lk 10:27; Mc 12: 30; Gen 5:22,24; Gen 6:9; 2Tim 1:8-9; 1Pet 4:16-17; Acts 20:24; Acts 1:8; 1Pet 3:21; Mt 7:15-17,20; Mt 3:8; Gal 5:22-24; Jn 4:36; 1 Pet1:6-7; Rom 8:28-29; 2Tim 1:9; Rom 6:13; 1Cor 1:27-28; Deut 7:6; Eph 1:4; Rev 2:5; Jn 12:48; Heb 12:25; Lk 12:31; Mt 25:34-40; Mt 6:33.

104. NEW MAN AND MAN FROM THE PAST

If you look ahead, you are a new man.
If you carry old burdens, you are a man
from the past. If you do the will of the Lord,
you are a new man. If you do your own will
foolishly, you are a man from the past.
If you love the Lord with all your strength,
you are a new man. If your mind, your
heart and all of your strength are focused
on worldly issues, you are man from the
past. If you hope for a better world, you
are a new man. If you conform to the
current world, and you don’t have hope,
you are a man from the past. If you love
God and your neighbor as you love
yourself, you are a new man.  If you say
that you love God, but detest your neighbor,
you are a man from the past. If you bear
good fruit, you are a new man. If you bear
bad fruit, you are a man from the past,
because a new man is the one who has
received the holy spirit; therefore, he has
a new mind and heart. You are a new man.
Obey, always obey and do it with pleasure.
Fear the Lord and fear him forever and
with great reverence because he watches
with preference, he who is humble at heart,
and he who is broken and regretful. Always
walk ahead and be brave, very brave
because the Lord is the one who fights for
Cheer up, because the tests of this world
are nothing in comparison to the promises to come.
Si cargas bultos antiguos, eres un hombre del
pasado. Si haces la voluntad del Señor, eres un
hombre nuevo. Si haces neciamente tu voluntad,
eres un hombre del pasado. Si amas al Señor con
toda tu mente, con todo tu corazón y con todas tus
fuerzas, eres un hombre nuevo. Si tu mente, tu
corazón y todas tus fuerzas están centradas en
asuntos mundanos, eres un hombre del pasado.
Si esperas un mundo mejor, eres un hombre nuevo.
Si te conformas con el mundo actual y no tienes
esperanza, eres un hombre del pasado. Si amas a
Dios y al prójimo como a ti mismo, eres un hombre
nuevo. Si dices que amas a Dios, pero aborreces
al prójimo, eres un hombre del pasado. Si das
buenos frutos, eres un hombre nuevo. Si das malos
frutos, eres un hombre del pasado, porque un
hombre nuevo es aquel que ha recibido el Espíritu
Santo; por consiguiente, tiene mente y corazón
nuevos. Hombre nuevo eres. Obedece, siempre
obedece y hazlo siempre con mucho gusto.
Teme al Señor y témele por siempre y con gran
reverencia porque Él mira con preferencia al que
es humilde de corazón, y al que esta quebrantado
y arrepentido. Camina siempre hacia adelante y
se valiente, muy valiente porque el Señor es el
que pelea por nosotros. Ánimo, porque las
pruebas de este mundo son nada en comparación
con las promesas venideras.

* Heb 12:1-2; Phil 3:13; 2Cor 5:17; Eph 2:15; Mt 11:28; Gal 4:3-5; Gal 5:19-21; Col 3:10; Eph 4:24; 2Cor 5:17; Deut 6:5; Deut 10:12; Eph 5:1-2; 1Jn 4:16; Col 3:5-6; Lk 8:14; 2Pet 2:13-15; Mal 4:2; Eph 2:15; 2Cor 5:17; Jas 4:4; Eph 2:12; 1Jn 2:15-17; Gal 5:14; Jas 2:8; Lev 19:18; Lk 10:27-28; 1Jn 4:20-21; 1Jn 2:9; 1Jn 3:15; Jas 3:13, 17; Gal 5:22-26; Jn 15: 5, 16; Lk 6:43-44; Eph 4:22-23; Col 3:5-9; Eph 4:24; Ezek 36:26- 27; 2 Cor 5:17; Rom 8:15; Ezek 11:19; Rom 6:16-17; Jn 14:23; Heb 5: 8-10; Heb 12:28; Ps 2:11-12; Ps 51:17; Ps 34:18; Jas 4:6; Josh 1:6-7, 9; Deut 31:6; Jer 1:19; 2Pet 3:9; Mc 10:29-30.

105. WRITE SOUL OF MINE TO THE LORD

Write soul of mine to the lord, adore and
love the only living God. Write soul mine
and be inspired by the living source; with
him everything can be done, in his infinite
mercy, in the Saint of all Saints, the King
of Kings and the Lord of Lords.Write soul
of mine and never stop doing so because
the just deserves it and it is necessary to
do it to recognize in him the essence of life
and the cornerstone of his majestic work.
Live and write only to recognize in him
the only solution to our problems, our pain,
our failures, our rebellion, our frustrations,
and our stubbornness. Write soul of mine
and never stop praising him because his
work is redeeming his peace has no limits.
Write soul of mine and don’t stop doing so
because his work from ancient times until
our time and the future are dignified to
count on him for eternity.

* Prov 7:1-4; Heb 8:10; 2Pet 3:1-3; Job 19:23-27; Rev 19:16; Heb 10:16; 2Pet 3:1; Deut 6:5-9; 1Pet 2:4-8; 1Cor 1:30; Hos 6:3; Ps 34:19; Jn 14:27; Rom 3:24; Ps 77:11- 13.

106. CRY FOR YOUR CHILDREN

When the Lord Jesus Christ was on his
way to his crucifixion to Calvary, the women
from Jerusalem, when they saw him pass,
bitterly cried and felt great compassion for him,
but the Lord wisely answered them: Women of
Jerusalem don’t cry for me, but you better
cry for our children. Great truth was told to them
because the Lord did not commit any sin and he,
finally was victorious when he finished his
colossal work and today he can be found on the
celestial throne to the right of the father. We,
in exchange, should be worried because we have
not yet crowned our mission on earth. Don't cry for
everything the Lord suffered. He came voluntarily
to bear our sins and his wounds, and with his death,
all humanity was liberated, healed, and the
relationship with God, which had been lost by the
sin of our first parents, was reestablished. This
majestic act gave hope to humanity that was lost
in darkness and was a slave to Satan and his
demons. From this moment on, humanity has a
real hope of being a member of the body of
Jesus Christ, that is, of his church, which is the
gathering of all those called by God and to whom
he has granted his Holy Spirit. Therefore, we
must faithfully concern ourselves with our
salvation by bearing pleasing fruits to the Lord
daily. Every day we must give good testimonies
mainly in our homes, and outside of it. If you
know the word of God and do not practice it,
you are a pharisee. The Lord wants us to do
good works while on earth. Don't cry for the
Lord. Cry for you when you consciously turn
your back on God, because you are trampling
on the precious blood of our Lord Jesus Christ.

* Lc 23:26-29;  He 4:15; He 7:26; 2Co 5:21; 1Jn 3:5; 1P 2:22-23; Ap 5:5; He 12:2; Ap 17:14; Fil 2:16; He 12:1; 1Co 9:24-27; Is 53: 3-12; He 2:9-10; 2Co 5:15; 1P 2:24; 2Co 5:17-19; Gá 1:4-5; Tit 2:14; 1Ti 1:15-16, Ap 1:5; Tit 2:13; Jer 29:11; 1Ts 2:19; Ef 1: 22-23; Col 1:27; He 3:1;  Ro 8:15-16; Fil 2:12-13; He 2:3; Ef 6:17-18;  Jn 15:8; Mt 3.8; Jn 15:16; 1Ti 5:10; 2Ti 1:8-9; 1P 3.15-16; Jn 15:27; Mr 7: 6-7; Mt 7: 5; Lc 11: 42-52; Mt 5: 14-16; Col 1:10; 1P 2:12; He 10: 29; Ro 1:21-23; 2P 2:21-22.

107. THE POWERFUL VOICE OF THE LORD JESUS ​​CHRIST

The voice of the Lord Jesus Christ
will call chosen to be in the graves.
Call with a powerful voice and they
will rise. Dust dwellers wake up and
shout of jubilation. From the valley of
dry bones and dust will also call the
children of Israel with powerful voice
and will also rise. To the bones, the
Lord will say: I will put tendons and
I will make flesh and I will cover with
skin. Also, I will put on you spirit and
you will live.Hard to believe and accept
this event? Is there something impossible
for God? Well, all this will happen. In the
second coming of the Lord will call first
those who gave his Holy Spirit and they
already sleep and they obeyed until the
end and who will live in this great event,
they will receive the Lord in air because
his corruptible body will betransformed
into incorruptible. Hard to believe it and
accept it? Well, such as it is written in
the bible because its word is life and is
alive. Everything will be fulfilled faithfully.
Let's not forget Lazaro, the brother of
Marta and Maria who four days ago had
dead and his body already expedia bad
smell. Oh Lazaro what a wonderful act
he performed Jesus Christ to bear
witness to the tough from the heart God's
infinite power.The Lord simply said: Get out
and Lazaro got up. However, many do not
they believed in the Lord. Oh hard generation
from the heart that despite the most
extraordinary miracles that were performed in
his presence they did not change their way of
live and chose to follow the paths of the world.
Given this evidence, it is better to change
because we have little time to escape the great
tribulation. Repent, repent, says us the Lord so
that we may embrace his great mercy and let
us accept his call which is for life.

* Jn 5:25-29; Dan 12:2; Ezek 37:1-14; Lk 1:37; Mc 10:27; Jer 32:27; Heb 9:28; 2Pet 3:10-12; 1 Thess 4:15-17; 1Cor 15:20; 1Cor 15:50-54; Lk 1:37; Mt 5:18, Jn 6:47-48, Heb 4:12; Isa 55:11; Jn11: 1-44; Mt 12:39; Rom 2:5; 2Pet 3:9-14; Rev 3:10; Mt 3:2; 2 Chr 7:14; Acts 3:19.

108. GOD OF GREATNESS AND LOVE

A galaxy in the sky.
A hummingbird in its nest.
A falling leaf.
Some children who play.
An old man who laughs.
A joyful mother.
An exploding volcano.
A soldier who dies.
A hug that comforts.
A cold that freezes.
A heat that suffocates.
The hunger that haunts.
The hope that is not lost.
The lamp that does not go out.
The sword that does not rest.
A lyre that sounds.
A trumpet that announces,
the start of the war.
A radiant flower of color.
The falling snow.
The shooting star in space.
A roaring lion.
A sinking island.
And many, but many more things.
All, but all, they all talk about you.
They speak of your greatness and power,
they speak of your advice and mercy,
they speak of your patience and kindness.
But above all, and in a great way,
they speak of you as a God of peace,
of justice, of prosperity and a God
above all, a God of love.

* Ps 148:1-14; Job 38:4-7; Rev 5:13; Lk 2:13; Isa 44:23; Ps 95:6; Ps 104:1-35; Ps 19:1- 6; Ps 145:3-7; 1Chr 29:11; Heb 3:4; Phil 4:7-9; Ps 103:2-6; 1Jn 4:7-8; 1Jn 4:16.

109. NO ONE LIKE YOU, OH SAINT OF ISRAEL

Oh God of holiness,
God of love
God of blessing,
God of justice.
No-one like you,
Forgiving God.
Oh God redeemer, creator
of the visible and invisible, and
author of salvation
Author of great promises.
No one like you, healing God.
Oh God of lights.
God of trials.
God of tenderness.
No-one like you.
God strong and fighter.
O almighty God.
God exalted, noble and
burning. No-one like you.
Jealous and protective God.
Nobody like you, because you are
pure love. No-one like you,
because you are hope and
support. You say and it is done.
Bless and everything prospers.
You forgive and everything is forgotten.
You love and everything is redeemed.
No-one like you,
O Holy One of Israel.

* Ex15:11; Rev 15:4; 1Jn 4:7-21; Jer 31:3; Isa 30:23; Deut 28: 1-14; Ps 9:4; Lk 18:7-8; Isa 45; 5-7; Isa 45: 21-22; Ps 130:4; Mic 7:18-19; Isa 41:14; Isa 45:18; Col 1:15-17; Heb 2:10; 2Pet 1:4; 1 Jn 2:25; Jas 1:17; 1Pet 1:5-7; Ps 23: 1-6; Isa 45:5-6; Isa 42:13; Ex 15:3; Ps 91:1; Ps 97:8; Ex 24:17; Deut 6:15; Deut 4:24; Isa 41: 10-12; Col 1:27; Rom 5:2; 1Jn 4:8,16; Mt 6:26; Ps 33:9; Ps 148:4-5; Deut 30:9; Deut 28:8; Mic 7: 18-19; Col 2:13; 1Chr 17:20; Ps 71:22.

110. PEOPLE OF GOD

God's people.
God's people.
Earth salt. Chosen people
of kings and priests. Evidence
of fire you will have to pass, before
to enter the kingdom of God.
God's people.
God's people.
Permanent effort you will have to
perform, breaking ties of the
real world. And you will win. And you will win
llevando corona en el
reino de Dios.
God's people.
God's people.

People chosen and called by God. 
Hoy y por la eternidad 
tu justicia tenemos 
que hacer. Y mucha fe
y mucha fe junto con
works we have to do.

God's people
God's people
He does not want lukewarm people with little faith.
He wants strong children of great decision
And they will be, and they will be strong.
pillars together with God.
God's people
God's people
Peoples and nations will be at your feet.
You shall rule these with a rod of iron and
great power everyone will have praising
always to the eternal, the great Lord.
God's people
God's people
The entire creation will be joyful.
Everything, everything, everything will be restored and
there will be, there will be warmth, joy and lots of
happiness. Nothing will be missing, nothing will be missing.
God's people
God's people
So choose eternal life and live your
law. Remember that we chose a
better homeland and you will live and live for
always and for eternity.
God's people
God's people.
Amen

* 1Pet 2:10; Deut 7:6; Lev 26:12; Deut 27:9; Mt 5:13; Rev 1:6; Rev 5:10;
1Pet 4:12-13; Phil 3:8; Josh 1:9; Deut 31:6; Rev 2:10; Rev 3:5, 21; Eph
6:14; 1Tim 6:11-12; Ps 10:18; Heb 11:1-40; Mt 5:16; 2Cor 9:8; Rev
3:16-19; 1Tim 2:1-13;Joel 3:10-11; Rev 3:12; Dan 7:13-14; Ps 72: 9-
11; Rev 19:15; Rev 2:27; Ps 148: 1-14; Ps 67:2-3; Ps 19:5-7;
Rom 8:21; Acts 3:21; Isa 35: 4-10; Ps 23:1-5; 1Tim 6:11-15; Rom
2:7; Heb 11:13-16.

111. I'M FED UP OF YOUR HYPOCRISY

I'm fed up of your offerings. I'm fed up
of your sacrifices I'm fed up of your
holocausts. I don't want blood
oxen or sheep or goats.
I'm tired of your new moons.
I am tired of your solemn parties.
The Lord does not tolerate hypocrisy. He wants
good works. He wants nice fruits
to his presence. These harsh messages the
The Lord said them for his people Israel.
Hey Israel. Listen well Israel all that
I want to tell you oh rebellious people.
Hey well because I want you to regret it
of your bad deeds. That's why I want
listen to my words Today, in our days
the same thing also happens. We study and
we know the word of God, but our
works and testimonials do not correspond
faithfully to the will of God. Our
attitude is pharisee and the Lord hates it.
For our days the Lord warns us of
many ways for us to repent.
We are in the end times and their signs
they are true. We have little time left and
We must walk before the Lord with
fear and trembling. Everything we think and
let us please the Lord.
Every day we must bear worthy fruits
of repentance bearing in mind that,
If we love God, we must also love
our neighbor and our enemies.
Our neighbor is the neighbor, the partner
study, the co-worker, our
siblings and relatives. the other or the neighbor
is each of the inhabitants of this beloved
planet called earth without discriminating color,
origin, nationality or economic status.
But the Lord also reminds us that
we must love our enemies and
let us pray for those who persecute us; that
let us bless those who curse us and who
let us pray for those who reproach us. If you
enemy is hungry, feed him bread,
and if he is thirsty, give him a drink of water. if we say
that we love God, but hate the
neighbor and our enemies, we are pharisees.
In other words, we are hypocrites.

* Isa 1:11-14; Hos 2:11-13; Hos 6:6; Mt 23:23-27; Lk 12:1; Col
1:10; Jn 15:16; Jer 17:7-8: Mt 3:8; Mr 12:29;Ex 23:21; Dt 9:7;
Acts 3:19; 2Kings 17:13; 2 Chr 30: 6-8; Jer 7:23; Deut 4:1; Mt 7:21;
Mc 7:5-8; Ps 119:113; Acts 3:19; Joel 2:13; Mt 24:1-26; Phil 2:12-
16; Eph 5:8-10; 2Cor 5:9; Mt 3:8; Phil 1:8- 11; Lk 6:27-29; Mc 12:
31; Jas 2:8; Lk 10: 25-37;Pr 22:9; Lk 6:38; Mt 5:44-48; Rom
12:14-21; Lk 6:35; Mt 7:12. 1Jn 4:7; Pr 25:21-22; Éx 23:5;
Lk 6:27-36.