5 kupu vs. 5 teka

Te ara te pahono tatou ki te karere tei runga i te tangata e te reira i. Kia homai ki ahau he tauira koutou. Ki te haere ake he tangata ke ki ahau i runga i te huarahi, me te ta, "Kia tarewa ahau te taviri ki tou motokā tūturu tere. e hiahia ana ahau ki te tiki i te tahi moni i roto i o koutou pouaka karapu,"Pea e titiro ahau ki a ia kia rite ki te haurangi e ia, ka haere atu. Otiia ki te he toku wahine ki te haere mai ki runga ki ahau, ka mea i te mea kotahi, Hiahia hoatu e ahau ki a ia i te mau taviri, kahore he whakaaro tuarua. whakarongo matou a pahono kehe runga nei ngā korero.

Kia pehea te e pā ana ki tetahi atu tauira e. Ki te kotahi o oku hoa pai tohe e Me tuku e ahau ki tona mana tino ki runga toku ora katoa, e pea titiro ahau ki a ia kia rite ki te haurangi e ia, ka haere ki te tiki i te tahi mau hoa hou. A e te mea pai ki ahau mo te pahono i taua ara. Ko te aha, ki te Atua ka mea ia i te mea rawa ano?

2 Timothy 3:16 ta, "Ko karaipiture katoa Atua-te ha." Ko ngā kore te irava katoa, engari te hunga kupu e rima mea nui ki te whakaaro i runga i mo te oraraa. Te meka e ko te kupu a te Atua i nga kupu o te karaipiture he nui ia. A ahau whakaaro aua kupu e rima, "Ko te Atua-te ha karaipiture katoa,"Te tauturu whawhai ia tatou etahi o nga teka e te tahi mau taime te ti'aturi nei tatou e pā ana ki te Bibilia. e hiahia ana ahau ki te titiro i rima.

1. No te mea karaipiture ko te Atua-ka whakaha kore te mea: whakaaro

E rave rahi o tatou hamani te Bibilia rite te pukapuka ki tonu i te whakaaro i te kohinga o kupu whakaaro nui ranei. e riro te reira i pai ki te hamani i te Bibilia i teie ara, ki te ko reira he pukapuka noa o korukī i huihui tangata. taea e tatou pore i roto i, me te whakanui i nga wahi e rite tatou. Otiia e kore e te reira.

he mana i runga i nga wairua ora te Atua, me te ka homai e ia whakahau, kei ratou whakaaro e kore e noa. e kore ratou e kei whakaaro e nehenehe tatou e ma'iti mehemea kahore ranei ki ohauru ki. E kore e te Atua i "whakaaro." Ko ia te Atua. Ko nga mea katoa whakaaro ia he pono.

2. No te mea karaipiture ko te Atua-ka whakaha kore te mea: Outdated

i tenei ra kōrero rave rahi te iwi e pā ana ki te Bibilia hei pukapuka tawhito ki tirohanga tawhito e ti'a ia tatou ki te tiki mua. ki a ratou, te reira maha piro me i roto i ētahi wā downright moepuku. etahi mea, "E mea tau - te tiki te aha e taea e koe i reira, engari e kore e tangohia e te reira tino rawa. "

e kore e pono o te Atua hemo. e kore te mea te tangata e awe ngā e etahi tautuhinga ahurea Atua. Ko te Atua i te mau tonu ki tonu. He koroheke te Bibilia, a ka tuhituhia taua mea i roto i ngā ahurea rerekē, engari he tika rite pono katoa o te pono i tenei ra. Na e kore te mea to tatou mahi ki te tau'a ore i te mea e kore e "uru tatou" e kore e ōrite ta tatou whakaaro he morare ranei. To tatou mahi ko te ki te kite i ta te Atua mea, feruri i roto i te auraa no tatou, a tuku ki reira.

3. No te mea karaipiture ko te Atua-ka whakaha kore te mea: Just Information

Ētahi o tatou, ano he teolosia mo nga take he. haere matou ki te karaipiture kia nehenehe ia tatou ia haapii mai mea, me te ite hohonu. A, no te tai'o koe karaipiture e kore te reira noa te pukapuka hītori, ranei he pukapuka noa o te whakaaro nui, ranei he pukapuka noa o kōrero. Ko te hunga e mea, engari e kore nga mea tika. A, no te noho koe ki raro, ki te kupu, Kei te whakatutuki a koutou ki te Atua. Kore lau te Parau a te Atua, kahore taua mau i te mua o to koutou hinengaro. Kei te korero te Atua. whakarongo.

4. No te mea karaipiture ko te Atua-ka whakaha kore te mea: Boring

whakaaro ahau he pea tenei te tirohanga hara e kua hara o katoa o tatou i te tahi mau wāhi. E kore matou e hiahia ki te pānui i te Bibilia no te mea e kore e tino hopu i te reira ia tatou. E kore pupuri i te reira i to tatou aro. Ahau ka mea tika kotahi te mea: Kia pehea te taea te hōhā reira ki te kite i te Atua!? te reira taunakitanga o to tatou puku reka hara. E whakaatu ana te reira e to tatou reka mo nga mea he katoa.

Kia puta ke o o taua, whakawhirinaki Karaiti, a tango painga o te haamaitairaa ki te whakatau i te Atua.

5. No te mea karaipiture ko te Atua-ka whakaha kore te mea: Weak

Ko te kaha te Parau a te Atua. I te reira ki tana kupu i hanga e ia katoa te Universe. ka mea ia, “Kia reira kia,” a reira ko. A, no te a Ihu, Te Atua te Tama, haere ki te whenua ko te mana o tana kupu i runga i te whakaatu tonu. A, no te korero e ia e piko ana nga rewera, hau me ngaru whati, rere mate, a ka haere mai hoki te iwi mate ki te ora. Ko unimaginably kaha te Parau a te Atua.

te reira e te Parau a te Atua e taea te ora i tetahi o tatou. Ka whakamahia e te Atua tana kupu kaha ki te wahi i ki matao ngakau mate, me te hoatu ratou kanohi ki te kite a Ihu, I whakaarahia i te hunga mate e te Parau a te Atua. A te reira e tenei kupu ano e tonu te Atua ki te heheu mai Ia'na iho ki a matou.

Ko te pukapuka e noho toe i runga i tou papa ko te kupu o te Atua Kaha Rawa. He tapu te reira, toputapu, pono, a unimaginably kaha.

A, no te korero te Atua ia e huri i te reira i te ara tatou faaroo.

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33 kōrero

  1. ClarenceWhakautu

    This post was very touching. Made me realize the value of Gods word and how to apply in my life daily. Keep doing the good work He placed on your life Trip!!!

  2. TeeWhakautu

    OmG! The second point is exactly what the Lord was ministering to me about this afternoon.. Praise God for more revelation! This is a great post may the name of the Lord be glorified..

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  4. Athenkosi NogcinisaWhakautu

    Trip here Lee

    Those words really spoke to me because just earlier on I looked at my bible, “it’s old” a “Do I have to really read it?”.This blog really changed the way I view my bible.God Bless You and Thank You

  5. JoelWhakautu

    Trip mihi.
    Ka rite ki te 19 yr old guy, I feel like u relate with my generation.
    Just wanted to say, I appreciate what ur doing.. and ur the only guy that I can listen preach for 1hr without blinking! I wanna hear more of ur sermons up on this site plz!

  6. JessicaWhakautu

    Amine! So True I absolutely LOVE this blog! thank you so much for this insight and words of encouragement! :-)

  7. CherishJesusLuvWhakautu

    This Blog just kept getting better.
    My Bible is not on the shelf I am in Ezekiel 24. I am reading straight threw. But I have never read anything like this….The way he describes Jerusalem is crazy. I can almost feel God’s pain threw this chapter as He describes this Judgment.

  8. ReneeBWhakautu

    Really?! Ko te whakamataku tenei!!! Don’t ever think you’re not doing enough or saying enough with your life.. Just remember what He brought you from and you’ll quickly see what He has done, and is doing.. He is using you so powerfully!!! Thanks for everything you do, it gives hope!!!!!!

  9. Omario.Whakautu

    Let every WORD, be used and meditated upon with boldness and willingness,
    So the sonship and power can be revealed upon Us by the Holy Spirit in Jesus Christ Name.

  10. ollilovelyWhakautu

    Thanks for sharing these words of wisdom! Reminds me that His promises aren’t just feel-good words or inspiring and encouraging quotesthey are so much morethey’re God’s truths over our lives. #ILoveIt!

    Praise the Lord for His infinite wisdom and love made evident through His holy Word. And thank you for your sensitivity to His Spirit. I hope that my art will reach people one day the way yours does! Keep preaching, Bro!

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  12. wayne millerWhakautu

    I thank god for the anointing he has places on your life o loved the blog and look forward to reading more. God has really blessed the wisdom you possess

  13. TerranWhakautu

    Trip, that is something I think we all deal with especially when that fire dies down. I see some that see books written by other authors giving their perspectives of scriptures but forget that the Bible is God breathed. Always take the Bible as the higher authority!

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  15. JosephBonacciWhakautu

    ataahua. te Atua’ word never changes. It is the same today as it was thousands of years ago and will still be true thousands of years from now. Man loves to alter, change, misinterpret, and manage it for his purposes. Read it, study it, live it. Be a doer of the word. Identityfulfilled.com

  16. ShelbyWhakautu

    I can’t explain how much I needed this, and how thankful I am that you listened to God’s voice as this message was being written. Mauruuru koe!

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  18. WalkerWhakautu

    sinful tastebuds,” I love that. It’s so true. I come to the Word and fall asleep. That’s terrible. I need to repent and ask God to open my eyes and satisfy me, like the psalmist. Keep writing and ministering Trip, it’s good stuff. Very encouraging and down to earth.

  19. ChelseaWhakautu

    WOW. Every single one of those points is right on and gave me a new perspective on the Bible. Thanks for speaking the truth of God. It’s toughing the lives of many.

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