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"Anger fools bosom bakarrik bizi." - Albert Einstein

"Anger eromena labur bat da." - Horace

"Whatever da haserrea hasitako lotsa amaitzen da." - Benjamin Franklin

"Inoiz ezer egin [haserrea daudelarik], dena gaizki egin beharko duzu. " - parafraseatuz

Anger da ez direnek pertsonaia ezaugarri nahi ohi dugu. No bat atsegin haserrea. Anger gorrotorik eta eusten mokokaldi eramaten. Anger erabakiak txarra eramaten. Anger batzuetan, nahiz eta indarkeria dakar. Pertsonak normalean ez dute nahi, norbait off hegan daiteke heldulekua edozein unetan inguruan izango. pixka bat ezegonkorra dela dirudi.

Baina hemen nire galdera da: lortuko du Jainkoaren haserre? Ba al dago ezer unibertso irakiten ero Jainkoaren egin dezakezu? Beno, uste dut gure testu arratsalde honetan galdera horri aurre egingo.

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Zuk ez duzu nirekin piztu dute. Exodus In 17, Israelgo herriari probatzeko Jainkoak ez badute fidatzen beregan gisa jarduten. dena After He horiek egiten, horiek bere jendea hartzeko, entregatu esklabotza, beraientzat eta abar eskainiz, Oraindik ez dute fidatzen beregan. Moisesek borrokatu dute, eta esaiozu emateko ura orain. zion galdetu zioten zergatik eraman zituen basamortuan hiltzera. Eta benetan eskatu dute auzia, "Jaunaren gurekin edo ez artean?"

Eta hau marmarka eta Jainkoaren aurka kexatzen mota belaunaldi honen ezaugarri da. Fast zenbakiak aurrera 14, berriz ere, Ia errepikakorra errekorra hautsi bat bezala, dira berriro ere kexatzen dira, eta hobe litzateke esaten itzuliko da Egipton. Ez zuten Jainkoarekiko konfiantza horiek emateko eta haren promesak gorde.

Salmo hau ekartzen istorioak zehatz horiek biak burura. Eta gure bertsoak erakutsiko digu Jainkoaren euren beregan konfiantza eza erantzun.

Nirekin Piztu Salmo izateko 95:10-11.

Berrogei urte belaunaldi horrekin haserretu nintzen; esan nuen, "Jende batek bere bihotz joan astray dira,eta ez dute ene bideac dute. "Beraz, deklaratu dut zin neure haserrean, «Inoiz ez dira sartuko atsedenerako eman nien."

Hiru puntu laburra kontuan testu honetatik arratsalde honetan goaz.

I. Sin Jainkoaren Anger sortarazten

Testu bat berriro entzun nahi. Jainkoak dio, "Berrogei urte belaunaldi horrekin haserretu nintzen…" Beno, galdera erantzuten nahiko argi eta garbi uste dut. Jainkoak ez haserretu. Eta bere herriaren bekatua honek haserrea eragiten da. Baina ez dut uste, ez da inolako sorpresa izan behar hemen beren bekatu egin duen Jainkoaren haserre. Hau da, nola Jainkoak erantzuten bekatu.

Hazi aita ona izan nuen, nor zen maitekorra eta erne eta harremana nahiko ona izan genuen. Baina inoiz ez dut benetan zekien zer aldarte zuen parte izan joan. Beraz, nork stuff lortzeko eta tokiak joan nahi mutil bat, I mota sentitu Jokoa izan dut atsegin. Galdetu nion zerbait aurretik, I motatako saiatu hura sentitzeko eta ikusi zer nolako aldartea txarra zen. "Cowboys horiek bout nola, dad? Zure haircut ziur itxura polita. "Eta garro galdera horiek irudikatu me I orain edo beranduago zion galdetuz gero lagunduko luke. Baina nire metodoak ez ziren perfektuak. Beraz, galdetu nion inoiz izan dut ziur jakin zuen poza erantzuteko balitz ("Noski, son!") edo haserrea ("Get outta nire aurpegia, son!"). horrela ezusteko izan zen.

Beno, ez dugu espero Jainkoagan aurreikustezin mota honetan. Jainkoaren modu misteriotsu batean lan egiten du. Beraz, Jainkoak modu askotan ezusteko, baina ez dago ezer ezusteko buruz Bere sin respuesta. Bere haserrea sortarazten ditu. Adam eta Eba agindu zuen, hil zuten beregan desobeditu badute. Sin ireki zuen lurrean eta jende eroriz bidez behera Sheol kopuruz 15. Eta ekitaldi batean Salmo honetan aipatu, Jainkoak berriro ere haserrea erantzuten. Sin Jainkoaren haserrea eragiten ditu.

Egia, hori itzulitako Esaldi du belaunaldi horrekin haserretu nintzen, gehiago literalki esan "Belaunaldi hori gorroto dut." Horixe itzulpen ugari esan. nazka argazki hau komunikatzen da. Jainkoak pertsona horren nola portatu ditudan dutelako disgusted da. Beraz, gure galderari erantzuteko, Jainkoaren lortu du haserre eta erantzun aurreko belaunaldiko bekatua egin zuen amorruz batekin, santua, nazka.

Orain badakit baitaiteke, igurtzi gora pertsona batzuk Jainkoaren kontzeptua aurka. uste dute, "Beno, hori ez da nire Jainkoa aipatzen dituzu. Nire Jainkoak ez du lortu haserre. Nire Jainkoa ez litzateke inoiz esan. "Beno eskubidea izan daiteke. Agian zure jainkoa ez luke esango duten, baina Bibliako Jainkoa besterik egin hemen testu honetan.

Beraz, ez da arazo bat hemen? Nola primeran zitekeelarik, Jainko santua, beraz, koherentziaz haserre eta are nazka erantzuten? Nire emaztea haserrea duten koherentziaz dut erantzun bada eta bere oihu, Hori nire aldetik sin beldurgarri bat izango litzateke. Jainkoaren haserrea, nahiz eta, da, ez gurea bezalako bekatuzko. Ez da pertsonaia akats bat da.

hau predikatzera dudan bezala, Ez dut behatz tip inguruan edo Jainkoaren haserrea Barkatu beharra sentitzen. Eta ez zenuke beharra bai zure Jainkoaren haserrea buruz lagunak ez kristau barkamena eskatzea sentitzen. Edo Hell buruz. Eta ez duzu bere Itun Zaharrean epaia buruz lotsatzen bezala Jainkoaren iragan bekatuzko buruz sekretu batzuk leaked.

Jainkoaren haserrea ez da bekatu. modu Jaungoikoa santua erantzuten bekatu da. matxinada kosmiko eta traizioa erantzunez santua bakarrik bere irudia ere egin gizonengandik da. Ez saiatu Jainkoaren adostasuna zure estandarrera, estandarra da zuen delako. Gure haserrea bekatari da, bekatorén garelako. Baina Jainkoa Jainko primeran santu bezala bakarrik izan daiteke modu bat leiala ere haserre.

Sin Jainko Angers duten gauza bakarra da. Eta Angers da beti Jainkoaren. Eta sinner behin Jainkoaren haserre erantzun ahal izango, nolabait ezean Jainkoaren haserrea horiek zuzenduta tratua daitezke.

Aplikazio: Batzuetan dugu bekatu,, tentazioa ari gara, ez da txarra dela pentsatzeko. Christian bat izan dut aurretik ezagutzen dut, eta, behin hori egin ondoren, Ez nuen sin uste akordio handi bat bezala. Baina ez da pentsatu nuen guztia zegoelako duten arau batzuk I hautsi zen. Ez nintzen moral egotea nahikoa. Beno sin hutsegite bat baino gehiago da moral izateko nahikoa. leiala pertsona - Pertsona bat kontrako erasoa da. Eta pertsona hori nahigabea eta egiten zion haserre. Jainkoak gorroto sin.

Agian ez duela asetzeko arren. Agian, Jainkoak overreacting da uste duzu. Esan nahi dut, benetan haserre zen berrogei urtez? Soinuak zuen grudge bat eusten ari bezalako. Soinuak Petty mota, Jainkoaren. Zergatik ez, beraz ero hura egin da? Beno, hori ekartzen dit bi seinalatu.

II. Sin Is Ordezko Path An

Begira bertso at 10 berriro. Jainkoaren belaunaldi honetan haserre zen batekin deskribatzen du. Bere esanetan, "Jende batek bere bihotz joan astray dira, eta ez dute ene bideac dute. "

Jainkoak dio astray joan dira beren bihotzetan. ez besterik joan dira astray kanpotik beren ekintzetan. Baina bere izate innermost hasi, nor diren muina, astray joan dira.

Izugarria izan gertatuko I - erabat awful esan nahi dut - norabide. Beraz, ziurrenik, astero oinarri nire emaztea me bidaliko du nonbait zerbait lortzeko edo jaitsiera zerbait off eta bai ez dut egin da bere deituz gabe edo me hartzen du bost aldiz, betiere. Eta ez da bere norabide txarra delako izan ziren, okerreko bira egin dudalako eta okerreko bidea joan eta jira da.

Beno hau da irudi hori hemen margotutako mota denean beren bihotzetan joan astray Dio. Haien bihotzen bidaiatzeko behera okerreko bidea eta horiek eramango okerreko lekuan. galdutako ari dira. Eta gauza bera gertatzen dela bekatu guztien esan daiteke. sin Guztiak besterik kanpoko baino gehiago da, gure bihotzetan joan okerreko norabide delako gertatzen da. Eta gure ekintzak jarraitu.

Eta esaten zuen, halaber,, "Ez dute ene bideac." Jainkoaren izaera zuen pantaila osoa izan da haien aurretik - Bere erruki eta bere ahalmen, etc. Eta bide jarraitu behar komandoak eman zien, Bere bidea jarraitu. Baina horren ordez beste bide aukeratu dute. Honez ko duten entregatu zien faraoiak eta Red Sea zatitu! Harrigarria da ez dutela fidatzen beregan dagoela ikusi ondoren. Bere lanak ikusi dute, baina ez zekiten Bere moduak.

Christian, zauden hori dela pekatu egiten ari zaren jakitun? Hori ez duzu besterik off erortzen zaldia edo zure potentzial laburrean datozen? ko duten Jainkoak ezarri du zuretzat bide alternatibo aukeratuz ari zara. Esaten ari zara, "Jainkoa, Zure modutan ikusi dut eta ez ditut gustuko. jakitun nola bizi nahi duzu naiz, and I think my way is better. I am wiser than you and a better Lord than you. I’m going to choose my own path.” This is wicked. And this is what we do every time we sin. Our sin is no better than the sin of this grumbling, doubting, wicked generation from this text.

We have to think rightly of our sin, or we won’t hate it like we should. Do whatever it takes to see your sin rightly. It’s ugly. Don’t try to make it pretty. We may want to even change the way we talk about it. We shouldn’t only think of our sin as “Oh, I lost the battle. Or oh, I’m struggling with this.” No we chose to disobey God. We chose to do something other than what God commanded us to do, because we don’t like what He has to say. That is the ugly reality of sin. And even as believers who want to do God’s will, we have fight to keep the right perspective on our sin.

Ralph Venning helps us understand it in Sinfulness of Sin when he says, "In short, sin is the dare of God’s justice, the rape of his mercy, the jeer of his patience, the slight of his power, the contempt of his love. We may go on and say, it is the upbraiding of his providence, the scoff of his promise, the reproach of his wisdom.”


The warning the Psalmist gives here begins with the words, “do not harden your heart.” Basically meaning don’t become increasingly stubborn and reject God’s commands. And that warning applies to us as well. This is why the author of the Hebrews picks up this section and warns the Hebrews against falling away.

When you stubbornly reject God’s commands, you heart gets harder and harder over time. Really hard hearts usually happens over long spans of time, not overnight. We think we’ll never be the kind of person who ends up in unrepentant sin, but we could. Really hard hearts happen over time when we choose to disobey God in the little things over and over and over again. A quick look here, a small lie there, and over time we become desensitized to sin and begin to justify it. And before you know it, we’re just pretending, until we get tired of pretending and stop following Jesus altogether. Those small battles are actually huge.

So if you’re here today and allowing some sin to remain in your life, repent! orain! Confess your sin to others. Don’t begin this cycle of hardening your heart. Instead of trusting your ways, know His. Follow His ways. Trust Jesus and believe His Word. He loves you and has given you commands for your good. Follow His path.

ondo da, so God’s anger is provoked by sin and sin is choosing an alternate path. Beraz, zer? What’s the consequence of choosing this alternate path?

III. Sin mantentzen gaituen Jainkoaren atseden-tik

Entzun ere bertso 11.

So I declared on oath in my anger, «Inoiz ez dira sartuko atsedenerako eman nien."

The consequences are that in God’s anger, He will punish them. In this particular incident, God forgives them, but He doesn’t allow them to enter the Promised Land. But by the time the Psalmist writes this, God’s people have already entered. So he uses this text to talk about God’s eternal rest. And this is how the writer of Hebrews uses it too. God has an eternal rest that we can enter, but our sin can keep us from it.

We see here that not only does God get angry, but He makes decisions in His anger. Egia, in this passage He makes an oath in His anger. He does exactly what one of the earlier quotes says not to do. But His anger isn’t fickle like ours. This isn’t to say that all human anger is sinful. But His NEVER is. Anger doesn’t intoxicate Him and move Him to make foolish decisions. Horren ordez, His anger is level headed, santua, and He still responds with goodness and justice.

God’s eternal rest is the beautiful, peaceful, non-stressful, God glorifying place that all of His true people will end up in. God’s wrath is the holy, just, awful, terrifying fate for those who get what they deserve [reword]. There is no rest in Hell. There is no relief in Hell, only suffering and wrath. And we’re not talking about the wrath of an army or a man, but the wrath of almighty God on your head for an eternity. God’s wrath doesn’t only exist in the Old Testament. He still hates sin today. We should fear this amazing God. Their sin kept them from God’s rest, and ours can too.

This is for everyone in here this evening. After you die, you will either enter God’s rest or endure God’s wrath. Those are the only two options. All of us deserve the second option. Because all of us are like the sinful generation he talks about. We go our own path. We go astray in our hearts and we don’t follow His ways. We’ve done the very thing that angers God over and over and over again.

So is there hope for any of us? There is.

In 1 Tesalonikarrei 1:10, Paul describes a man from Galilee with these words, “his Son from heaven, whom he raised from the dead, Jesus who delivers us from the wrath to come.”

And later in 5:9-10 he says to the believers, “For God has not destined us for wrath, but to obtain salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ, who died for us so that whether we are awake or asleep we might live with him.”

Our only hope is Jesus. And He loves us so much.

“In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins.” 1 John 4:10

There was a cup, full of furious wrath and anger that God was prepared to pour out on us. But for those of us in Christ, we don’t have to endure that wrath. Horren ordez, God has taken that cup from over our heads and He’s moved it. For those of us in Christ, He took the wrath that we stored up, poured it all in one cup, put it over the head of His Son and He poured all out on Him. What great love! Jesus endured the terrifying wrath of God for sinners on the cross. He died on that cross, but He rose from His grave three days later as our victorious King. And Jesus has said, “Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” (Matthew 11:28)

The Good News is that those who put their faith in this Jesus- God has no anger left for us. In Christ, God is no longer angry with us. He’s grieved at us when we sin, but we will not be punished for them. Blessed is the man whose sins are not counted against Him.

Eta Kristo fidatzen jarraituko badugu, Orduan bai beregan jaso dezakegu ordez terror bozcariorequin. Eta abestu ahal izango dugu, "Hala eta guztiz ere, ondo da nire arima."

BALOREAK

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  1. EvanErantzun

    Eskerrik asko, Bidaia. I wanted to get your take on something because you have been someone who has played a big role in my walk with Christ. This will be long, so if you don’t get around to it, I understand.

    When I became a Christian a few years back, things were simple- trust Jesus completely, God forives you for everything (past, present, future), just trust in him and he will take care of the rest. Not to make feelings the basis of faith, but back in those days there was a constant joy and obedience came naturally from thinking I was forgiven unconditionally. Just a kid who trusted in his dad and didn’t worry about needing to be perfect. The focus was all on thankfulness for Christ. I didn’t need to worry about sin because the way I viewed it- my job was to trust Jesus, the Holy Spirit took care of the rest.

    As I spent more and more time in the word, there were scriptures that would come up that shook that trust/grace foundation that I described earlier and took me back to my childhood. My father especially (who was young in the faith at the time, so I don’t hold it against him) was very quick to stress God’s justice without balancing it with teaching about his mercy. Adibidez, he taught me at a very young age that I must repent of all my sins in order to be saved, that many Christians will be in for a rude awakening on Judgment Day because they think that Jesus will welcome them when they still break God’s law, etc. He was huge on speaking in tounges, many other things but didn’t hit much on the trusting God part.

    As more and more doubts crept in and I became deeply interested in theology, somewhere along the line I set a pattern of trying to take things into my own power and figure everything out intellectually instead of drawing close and waiting on God. I can’t tell you how many hours I’ve spent researching theological stuff, unanswered questions, looking up scriptures in Greek, etc. on the internet this last year. My thought process has beenWell if Jesus has all of these conditions, then I need to make sure that I meet the conditions.Thus, my walk became intellectual and perfectionistic. What was once so simple became utterly complicated, my trust was crippled, and thus I’m still in a pretty burdened time in my walk with Christ right now.

    I notice two opposing unbalanced camps within Christianity and I’m sure you may agree- 1) anobediencecamp and 2) Jesus ordaintzen dena” camp. The obedience camp is quick to stress our responsibility and usually references the synoptic Gospels, revelation, the OT, etc. The Jesus paid it all camp stresses trusting him alone and seems to rely very heavily on Paul. When I first started walking with Christ, I definitely had the mindset of Camp 2, but the more I studied the Scriptures and (zoritxarrez, the opinions of men on the internet) I became very startled about doubting my understanding of the grace that changed my life. Camp 1 is great about stressing God’s righteousness and unchanging nature but seems to try to manufacture obedience from fleshly willpower. They will reference stuff like the “Lord, Lord… I never knew youscripture. Camp 2 is great about stressing God’s forgiveness and the sunshine and rainbows stuff, but portrays God as if he is two completely different people from the OT to NT. They’ll reference that nothing can separate us from God’s love and that type of stuff. God’s truth has to be somewhere in the balanced middle, eskubidea? My goal is just to know God for who He says He is and have a biblical balanced understanding of all of his attributes. I’m having the hardest time getting back to just trusting him and being in relationship with him because I’m constantly worried aboutnot being able to figure everything out” (I’m relying on my own understanding terribly). The only thing that I take comfort in right now is this- Getting back to walking and talking with God and trusting that He will take this thing wherever he needs to take it if I would just trust him to do it. If he has all of these conditions, then my job is to trust that his grace will help me meet them.

    Much Love, Bidaia.

    • LizErantzun

      Hi Evan,
      I saw your angst, and you’re right. There are basically two camps when you look at the big picture. There is balance though, and I know you can receive it. I say receive rather than find because the Lord tells us, “knock and the door shall be opened”. Studying the Word is good, don’t stop. Baina, are you also in prayer? I’m not talking about praying with a feeling of obligation or a laundry list of requests. Baina, praying truly from your heart. It’s something to practice, I’ve been learning how to do it better myself lately. Lehen, praise God for who He is. Then ask for forgiveness, specific forgiveness. After that approach the throne with your concerns, worries and burdens. Wrap it up with more praise. There are some great apps out there that can help with this (Examen and Examine). Both are prayer apps that a friend of mine highly suggests. I haven’t decided which one to do yet. I would also suggest reading the book, Fervent, by Priscilla Shirer. I am reading it right now. It’s about prayer and spiritual warfare and it’s been so great! Really eye opening. I am thinking more and more that in Western society we are spiritually asleep. We have a casual approach to prayer and spiritual warfare is a fairy talebut it is all very real. You will find peace in prayertalk with God about your questions. It’s okay to ask questions. I hope you’re able to see this and I hope it helps you Evan!
      Your Sister in Christ,
      Liz

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