1. Jerry Wragg - Developing Leaders


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    Jerry Wragg is a returning instructor for the 2012 Grace Advance Academy. In this video, he describes the necessity of finding and developing godly leaders.

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    • Tom Pennington - The Demands of Ministry


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      Tom Pennington explains the necessity of balancing family life and the demands of ministry.

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      • Tom Pennington - Who Builds The Church?


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        Tom Pennington describes the task the Lord has given to men. He presents what we are to do and what we are not to do.

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        • Tom Pennington - Benefits of the Academy


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          Tom Pennington describes a few of the benefits of being in the Grace Advance Academy

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          • Las Señales que rodean la 2da Venida de Jesucristo [parte 5]


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            Las Señales que rodean la Segunda Venida de Jesucristo [parte 5] Textos: Mateo 24:1-35 http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Mateo%2024:1-35&version=RVR1960 http://www.iglesiacristianadelagracia.org/

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            • Taking the Mystery Out of Knowing God's Will (Selected Scriptures) John MacArthur


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              http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/80-310 It is always a joy to be able to turn to the word of the living God, in fact, the living word of the living God, to be instructed from the mind of God for our own blessing and for his glory. One of the subjects that is at the very center of Christian experience is the matter of the will of God, the will of God. Throughout all of my life, I have heard people tell me they were looking for the will of God, searching for the will of God, trying to find the will of God. In fact, many, many years ago, I wrote a little book called, The Will of God is not Lost.Because it seemed to me that so many people were acting as if it was lost, as if God had placed his will in some obscure place, as if God were some sort of a divine Easter Bunny who had stashed the golden egg in some bush and all he did was sit in heaven saying, "You're getting warmer," or, "You're getting colder," as we meandered through the shrubbery of life trying to find the egg. There are people who think that the will of God is the most undesirable thing, that it's like a diet. If it doesn't taste good, you can eat it. But the will of God is everything that you don't want to do, that God is sort of a cosmic killjoy who says, "There's one having fun, get him." As if God wants to make life painful and somber and sorrowful and hard. There are those who think that the will of God is sort of like, I guess you could say a serendipitous traumatic experience, like you're running down the street, trying to catch a bus, your foot slips on a banana peel and you land on a map of Argentina in the gutter. And, "Ah, I'll go to Argentina as a missionary, this is a divine calling." There are people who approach the will of God in those ways. Some people think the will of God is like a lottery ticket. Not but a few are every gonna get one and if you get one, you become really, really blessed and most of us just throw away old tickets and never know what it is to win the will of God....

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              • Las cuatro trompetas de Apocalipsis


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                LAS PRIMERAS CUATRO TROMPETAS | ANTONIO ORTEGA Apocalipsis 8:6-13 Las trompetas 6 Y los siete ángeles que tenían las siete trompetas se dispusieron a tocarlas. 7 El primer ángel tocó la trompeta, y hubo granizo y fuego mezclados con sangre, que fueron lanzados sobre la tierra; y la tercera parte de los árboles se quemó, y se quemó toda la hierba verde. 8 El segundo ángel tocó la trompeta, y como una gran montaña ardiendo en fuego fue precipitada en el mar; y la tercera parte del mar se convirtió en sangre. 9 Y murió la tercera parte de los seres vivientes que estaban en el mar, y la tercera parte de las naves fue destruida. 10 El tercer ángel tocó la trompeta, y cayó del cielo una gran estrella, ardiendo como una antorcha, y cayó sobre la tercera parte de los ríos, y sobre las fuentes de las aguas. 11 Y el nombre de la estrella es Ajenjo. Y la tercera parte de las aguas se convirtió en ajenjo; y muchos hombres murieron a causa de esas aguas, porque se hicieron amargas. 12 El cuarto ángel tocó la trompeta, y fue herida la tercera parte del sol, y la tercera parte de la luna, y la tercera parte de las estrellas, para que se oscureciese la tercera parte de ellos, y no hubiese luz en la tercera parte del día, y asimismo de la noche. 13 Y miré, y oí a un ángel volar por en medio del cielo, diciendo a gran voz: !!Ay, ay, ay, de los que moran en la tierra, a causa de los otros toques de trompeta que están para sonar los tres ángeles!

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                • Apocalipsis: El Juicio se incrementa -El Septimo Sello-


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                  EL JUICIO SE INCREMENTA | ANTONIO ORTEGA Apocalipsis 8:1-5 El séptimo sello 8 Cuando abrió el séptimo sello, se hizo silencio en el cielo como por media hora. 2 Y vi a los siete ángeles que estaban en pie ante Dios; y se les dieron siete trompetas. 3 Otro ángel vino entonces y se paró ante el altar, con un incensario de oro; y se le dio mucho incienso para añadirlo a las oraciones de todos los santos, sobre el altar de oro que estaba delante del trono. 4 Y de la mano del ángel subió a la presencia de Dios el humo del incienso con las oraciones de los santos. 5 Y el ángel tomó el incensario, y lo llenó del fuego del altar, y lo arrojó a la tierra; y hubo truenos, y voces, y relámpagos, y un terremoto. Category: Nonprofits & Activism Tags: Antonio Ortega henry Tolopilo John MacArthur gracia vosotros gty.org iglesia cristiana luis contreras apolcalipsis juicio dios fin mundo rapto septimo sello License: Standard YouTube License

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                  • Joseph: Because God Meant It for Good (Selected Scriptures) John MacArthur


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                    http://www.gty.org/resources/Sermons/80-388 Now, I want you to turn to the last chapter of the book of Genesis, chapter 50, and we're going to begin and then do a little bit of a flashback. As you know, we are in a series called "Unlikely Heroes" that is already a prepared book and it will be available to you by the end of August. You're going to enjoy reading this book and we're taking a look at some of the...some of the heroes, some of the men and women that God used in remarkable ways who at the beginning were very unlikely to have the level of influence that they have had. And tonight we're going to talk about Joseph...Joseph, because God meant it for good. If you look at chapter 50 of Genesis and verse 20, Joseph says, "As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good in order to bring about this present result to preserve many people alive." You meant it for evil, but God meant it for good. That introduces us to a characteristic, an attribute of God which we often call His providence. That is to say that God works His own ends, no matter what the intention of people be it good or bad, God will bring about His own ultimate end. And what God means to happen, will ultimately happen. God coordinates and organizes all the apparently independent activities, and thoughts, and ideas, and movements of people, pulls them all together, makes them harmonize with one another to effect His ultimate ends. That is revealed to us in many stories in the Bible, none more dramatic than the story of Joseph. As we come to the fiftieth chapter of the book of Genesis, there are eleven grim faces staring down anxiously at the floor. All attention is focused on the man who is enthroned in front of them. They are huddled, these eleven are, before one of the most powerful rulers in the world, one who stands only behind Pharaoh in Egypt and he has the authority to execute them. He is dressed in fashion that would be fitting for one who had the position he had. He is the Prime Minister of Egypt; he looks down on these humble Jewish herdsmen as they stoop before him. He has had a long history with these men. It is a history of pain and suffering, and rejection, and the memories are vividly etched into his mind. They had wronged him, this Prime Minister, in the past greatly. They had done great damage to him from a human perspective and now the tables are turned and he has the power and the authority and the ability to enact severe retribution against them. They are, in fact, his brothers who had betrayed him and the Prime Minister of Egypt is none other than Joseph, the one betrayed...

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                    • The Substituted Servant, Part 1 (Isaiah 53:4-6) John MacArthur


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                      http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-439 We are in a study of Isaiah 53 and I would invite you to turn to Isaiah 53 at this time, this great chapter is in many ways the heart of the Old Testament. The name Isaiah means salvation of the Lord. Isaiah's prophecy of 66 chapters, interestingly enough, is divided the same way the Bible is divided. The Bible has 39 books in the Old Testament, 27 books in the New and Isaiah has 39 books in the first half and 27 in the second half. Isaiah is the highest form and quality of Hebrew poetry in existence. The prophecy of Isaiah is the greatest of the major prophets and contains more content than all the minor prophets combined. It should be said that if the New Testament had been lost and all we had was an account of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, there would be enough explanation and theology in Isaiah 53 to lead a sinner to full salvation. It explains the death and resurrection and exaltation of Christ. This fifty-third chapter is the Holy of Holies of the book of Isaiah. It is amazing, it is inexhaustible, and we have been saying that all along. It is a prophecy. It is a vision into the future given to Isaiah 700 years before Jesus came. There are some remarkable visions given to the writers of Scripture and the people that we're familiar with in the Bible. For example, Moses was allowed a vision from Mount Nebo, looking over the land of Israel, and he, in a sense, was able to see that land before Israel actually took possession of it. And then Abraham, it is said of Abraham that he actually looked forward by divine revelation and saw Christ's day and rejoiced. Jacob looked into the very face of God at Bethel in that wrestling experience and saw the preincarnate Christ. The Apostle Paul was lifted up to the third heaven and saw things unlawful to speak and got a preview of what it would be like when one day after his martyrdom he entered that very heaven he saw....

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