1. les differents types d'adorateurs et d'adorations (extrait d'une série)

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    Cette vidéo est un extrait d'une série sur le thème de l'adoration par l'Apôtre Oscar EWOLO, qui comporte 7 messages. Ceci sont disponible sur commande au travers le site www.christrefugepourtous.com

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    • 12 - Actes 5.33-42

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      Sermons sur les Actes des Apôtres Chapitre 5.33-42 Date : 01-02-2015 Enseignant: Patrick Samuel Lieu : Eglise Baptiste de l'Evangile

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      • 11 - Actes 5.12-32

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        Sermons sur les Actes des Apôtres Chapitre 5.12-32 Date : 25-01-2014 Enseignant: Patrick Samuel Lieu : Eglise Baptiste de l'Evangile

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        • 10 - Actes 4.32 - 5.11

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          Sermons sur les Actes des Apôtres Chapitre 4.32 à 5.11 Date : 18-01-2014 Enseignant: Patrick Samuel Lieu : Eglise Baptiste de l'Evangile

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          • How Sweet the Sound

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            Written on 4/24/2011: I was sitting in a waiting room at the hospital while my husband was having his leg examined. The TV in the room was blaring. All of a sudden the Lord Jesus began to put this tune into my mind, so I verbally recorded it on my cell phone until I could get home to record it. When I got home and wrote down the notes, he then also gave me these words. There is nothing so wonderful as the sound of voices singing together in adoration of God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and there is no better subject to sing about, in my opinion, than about God's grace to us in saving us from our sins via Jesus' shed blood on the cross, when he took upon himself all our sins, having crucified them and buried them with him, and then triumphing over them by his resurrection so that we could be free! Amen! "Then I looked, and there before me was the Lamb, standing on Mount Zion, and with him 144,000 who had his name and his Father’s name written on their foreheads. And I heard a sound from heaven like the roar of rushing waters and like a loud peal of thunder. The sound I heard was like that of harpists playing their harps. And they sang a new song before the throne and before the four living creatures and the elders. No one could learn the song except the 144,000 who had been redeemed from the earth." ~ Revelation 14:1-3

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            • Prayer Is Asking (The Prayer Motivator Devotional #125)

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              Prayer is not adoration. Adoration is good. We ought to adore Him whom the angels adore. But adoration is not prayer, and prayer is not adoration. Prayer is always asking. It is not anything else but asking. Prayer is not meditation. It is proper to meditate day and night in the Word of God. Quiet devotion and meditating upon the Word of God and upon the Lord’s blessings are fine. Every Christian ought to take such times for meditation. But remember that that is not prayer. The Bible never calls it prayer, and we sin against God and misuse the Scriptures and pervert the truth, when we call such things prayer. Prayer is not meditation. Prayer is asking. Humiliation is not prayer, though it is certainly proper for Christians to humble themselves before God. James 4:10 says, “Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up.” And we are told in Luke 18:14 that, “he that humbleth himself shall be exalted.” But humiliation is not prayer. The Bible expressly separates them. 2 Chronicles 7:14 says, “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray.” So humiliation is one thing, and prayer is another thing. Humiliation is preparation for prayer, perhaps, and humiliation is always proper in a Christian. But humility and humiliation are not prayer. Prayer is asking. Even confession is not strictly prayer. It is proper for Christians to confess their sins, and the Bible many times commands it; but confession is one thing, and prayer is another. In Daniel 9:4, Daniel tells us, “And I prayed unto the LORD my God, and made my confession.” Daniel both prayed and made confession. If you will read through that long passage which tells us of Daniel’s prayer and confession together, you will find that much of it is confession but that after confession came the brokenhearted requests of Daniel 9:16-19 that God would turn His anger and fury away from Jerusalem and forgive the sins of His people and restore the nation and the holy city, Jerusalem, and the temple. Confession is proper, but confession, strictly speaking, is not prayer. Prayer is ASKING. And asking is prayer, and nothing else is really prayer. In Philippians 4:6 the Lord says, “Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.” Note that prayer is one thing and that thanksgiving is a separate thing. With this as a key thought, go through the Scripture, and you will find that often the Scripture speaks of prayer and supplication, prayer and confession, prayer and thanksgiving. Thus, the heart of prayer is to ask something from God. Everything else is an incidental which is not essentially a part of prayer. Asking is prayer, and prayer is asking. So when God invites us to pray He invites us to ask things of Him.

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              • 09 - Actes 4.23-31

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                Sermons sur les Actes des Apôtres Chapitre 4.23-31 Date : 11-01-2014 Enseignant: Patrick Samuel Lieu : Eglise Baptiste de l'Evangile

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                • Great is the lord!

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                  June 12, 2013: The Lord Jesus had given me a tune to write yesterday or the day before, so this morning I prayed and asked the Lord if he had words for the tune. I acknowledged before God that I could not do this. This tune would have words only if he gave them to me. Then, I heard in my mind the song “How Great Thou Art,” singing, “Then sings my soul, my Savior God to Thee, how great Thou art…” I knew then that this song was to be about the greatness of God, and then he led me to these passages of scripture and gave me the words. How great is his love, his faithfulness, his many wondrous deeds and miracles, his purposes for mankind, his compassions, his covenant of love with those who love him, his redemptive power in his saving grace toward humankind, the promise of his soon return, and our hope of eternity with him in heaven.

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                  • 08 - Actes 4.1-22

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                    Sermons sur les Actes des Apôtres Chapitre 4.1-22 Date : 04-01-2014 Enseignant: Patrick Samuel Lieu : Eglise Baptiste de l'Evangile

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                    • Gracious Father

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                      This was the first song the Lord Jesus gave me to write. After he gave me the tune, and just one verse, I was humbled, inspired and blessed over what He had just done in me and through me by giving me this new gift. Then, later in the day, when I was busy working in the kitchen, I asked him if he had a second verse. He immediately poured into me the words of this second verse, just as he had done with the first. What a blessing! This song was a miracle of his grace in my life. I praised him and I thanked him for this blessing of song. And, three years later I continue to thank him and praise him for this wonderful gift of music, for he has used these songs in my life over and over again to continually encourage and strengthen my heart, to comfort and bring healing, and to spur me on to follow him in obedience and surrender to his will. "The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the One and Only, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth." ~ John 1:14 "For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works, so that no one can boast." ~ Ephesians 2:8-9

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