Buaireadh Iosa

airson Chrìosdaidhean, a 'cheist nach eil co-dhiù a tha no nach eil sinn bhios buaireadh, ach mar a bhios sinn a 'freagairt nuair a tha sinn a' dèanamh. Ann an Luke 4:1-2, sinn a 'leughadh mu dheidhinn a' bhuairidh Ìosa, agus mar a fhreagair e. Seo an èisteachd bho goirid searmoin shearmonaich mi air gun trannsa aig mo eaglais beagan mhìosan air ais. Bha mi ag iarraidh sùil a thoirt air Iosa 'buaireadh, meòrachadh air His ùmhlachd, agus a 'smaoineachadh mu dheidhinn dè as urrainn dhuinn ionnsachadh bhon t-sealladh seo. Dè na rudan a bu chòir dhuinn cuimhne ann amannan buaireadh? Seo na prìomh phuingean:

Tha mi a '. Cheadaich Dia agus a 'cleachdadh Temptation mar phàirt de Phlana

II. Laigse Chan eil leisgeul a thoirt Temptation

III. Tha Tempter mar-thà a 'chùis

Buaireadh Iosa le BragOnMyLord

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  1. AnonymousCeangalaichean BBC

    He made it clear that he is in no way saying that it is God who tempts us but Satan, an t-saoghail, and our flesh. The Spirit of God led Jesus to be tempted for a specific reason. God uses all temptation, triumph over the temptations, and even the sins we commit for His glory.

  2. BPro_12Ceangalaichean BBC

    @ N-tahir @Ebube_nwadiei Please listen to the whole sermon again. Trip isn’t saying that God tempts us. He’s simply saying that God allows it. God allows it so that we may persevere through it by trusting him. If we choose to lay down our selfish desires before God and surrender to his will, a result will be a better relationship with Him, which is ultimately what he wants with us. Why else would he send the thing most important to him, his very Son, to die on a cross for something he didn’t do?