Crossing the Jordan, conquering Jericho: Where is God taking León de Judá - and what will it take to get there?

Only a people willing to pay the price to become a Generation of Radical Obedience will ever plumb the world-transforming depths of God’s Amazing Mercy and Love. This is the most “Amazing Thing” about our God. And it is enough to destroy Satan’s grip over the Land beyond the Jordan. It is a Land that God has destined for freedom, and as the footstool for His Glory. And it is where God, in His Mercy, is taking us. Joshua told the people, “Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow the LORD will do amazing things among you.” Joshua 3:5 AMAZING THINGS AHEAD - BUT ARE WE READY? Read More »

Sermon October 7, 2012: The blood of the everlasting covenant

Open your bibles please to the Book of Hebrews in the New Testament. We are going to look at some pictures in a moment but first I wanna read some verses in the Bible. Hebrews chapter 13 is the last chapter in the Book of Hebrews. Hebrews chapter 13 and we are going to read verses 20 and 21. Hebrews 13 verse 20 says: "Now". ¿Can you say the word with me "now"?. Now, now. Turn to your neighbor and say now. God can help us now, God loves us now, God has power for us now, God can heal us now, God can save us now, God can comfort us now, God can fill us with His Spirit now.  Read More »

Sermon Septembre 30, 2012: The strange things that God does

I would like this morning to share a word with you that has been burning in my heart at these times, like Pastora Meche was saying. Many years I lived in Mexico. And all of a sudden, it wasn't something we planned for a long time like you'd like it to be, all of a sudden the Lord removed the floor beneath me just all of a sudden, and there in Mexico there were tremendous opportunity doors opening. And all of a sudden the Lord says: you are going to Argentina.  Read More »

Sermón 5 de agosto 2012: Work out your salvation with holy fear

We are going to read Philippians chapter 2 verse 12 & 13, and this part is very important as we are going to explore this further: "Therefore my dear friends, as you have always obeyed not only in my presence but also in my absence, continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling, for it is God who works in you to will and to act according to his good purpose." And the seed, the central part of this preaching is going to be work out your salvation with fear and trembling.  Read More »

Sermon July 1, 2012: God still works miracles

Please turn your bible to the book of Mark, Mark chapter 16 verse number 17. I'm talking to you this afternoon on the subject miracles, miracles, miracles. Miracles is the awesome work of God, without man's effort, without man's labor, God touching your life, God healing you, God saving you, God transforming you, without the effort of anyone, he just did it by Himself, that is miracle, it's a divine encarnation of God in your life, in my life.  Read More »

Sermon January 11, 2012: God keeps creating your life

I'd like to share the second part of the series I started as a series of reflexions for last year, those that weren't here last week a little resume, last week we were here talking about failure as the womb for success, recognize that many times when we begin new projects in life or a new year, we can encounter aspects that are very difficult, many different aspects of our life, and many times we think that failing in those areas is the worst possible thing that can possibly happen.  Read More »

Sermon January 1, 2012: Reflecting the glory of God

I invite you to open up your bibles to Second Corinthians chapter 3. How many people like to make New Year resolutions? How many people keep their New Year resolutions? I am a big fan of New Year resolutions. I think it’s a good discipline to take time to look at our lives and to evaluate how am I doing, how can I grow and change. It’s good thing now, I believe it’s good not to just do it once a year, but regularly.  Read More »

Sermon December 25, 2011: The people walking in darkness have seen a great light

Let’s go to the word of the Lord. The Gospel according to Isaiah. The book of Isaiah is one of the most evangelistic books of the Bible. There are so many prophesies and so many descriptions of the nature, the ministry, the victory of the coming Christ in the world, his action, his work in history. We’re going to go to Isaiah chapter 9, we’re going to read from the first few verses. And you’ll note as I read that theme of darkness on the one hand and light and hope on the other. And that is the message of Christmas, the darkness is invaded by the light.  Read More »

Sermon November 9, 2011: Praying with faith

Luke, chapter 7. In this time of intensive focus seeking the Lord this is a good time to renew our faith, that we trust in a great God who is trustworthy in any situation we face. And here what I want to focus on is the simplicity of prayer. That’s the word that God just planted in my heart for this passage this night.  Read More »

Sermon August 28, 2011: The best is yet to come

The first psalm in the book of psalms is important, it’s the one that’s put at the beginning, something special that God wants to say introducing the whole collection of psalms.  Read More »