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Los Diez Mandamientos

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Los diez Mandamientos fueron escritos por Dios en dos tablas de piedra azul y fueron dados a Moisés en el Monte Sinaí. Las otras leyes fueron escritas por Moisés pero aparentemente le fueron dadas por Dios. Estas eran de menor importancia porque eran temporales y basadas en reparar un sistema defectuoso. Cuando la palabra es perfecta, algunas de ellas no serán necesarias.

Amor
El Amor es la base de los diez mandamientos tanto en el Antiguo como en el Nuevo Testamento.

  1. Los primeros cuatro mandamientos describen nuestros deberes para con Dios.
    Amarás al Señor tu Dios con todo tu corazón y con toda tu alma y con todas tus fuerzas y con toda tu mente. (Deuteronomio 30: 6; Lucas 10: 27)
    Porque en esto consiste el amor a Dios, en que guardemos sus Mandamientos. Y sus Mandamientos no son gravosos. (1 Juan 5: 3 )
  2. Los últimos seis describen nuestros deberes para con nuestro prójimo.
    Amarás a tu prójimo como a ti mismo. (Levítico 19: 18,34. Mateo 22: 37,39)

El Alcance de la Ley
Mientras que los diez mandamientos no nos dicen sobre lo bueno que debemos hacer, Cristo amplió nuestra responsabilidad para con Dios cuando señaló el bien que nos negamos o evitamos hacer porque nos concentramos solamente en la letra de la ley. Así que, tanto en el Nuevo como en el Antiguo testamento, las dimensiones de hacer lo bueno están descritas de muchas maneras. Podemos concluir que hay muchos principios que cubren una amplia variedad de actividades. Dios no dice, "no consumas drogas" pero sí te dice que honres el cuerpo donde Él habita el cual nov ha dado a traves de tan enorme sacrificio.

En 1999, recuerdo que hablé con una joven cristiana que me dijo que la Biblia no la detiene de acostarse con muchos hombres porque ella es aún soltera. En su pensamiento el mandamiento es contra el adulterio – de esta manera solo tiene validez para las personas que son casadas.

Los pecadores usan demasiados argumentos para justificar su comportamiento. Para ella, yo podría señalar muchos textos que hablan sobre la fornicación y que lo único que no está mal es la cama matrimonial. Pero y qué de los millones de cristianos que consumen drogas y alcohol, miran novelas, películas violentas, pornografía, hacen trampas en sus impuestos y sobornan oficiales para expandir el evangelio
Mateo 5, 1 Corintios 13 y el libro de Santiago se extienden en la naturaleza del verdadero cristiano.

  1. Evitando el Mal. Estos deberes son descritos de mejor manera en los diez mandamientos. Ellos solo nos dicen los principios de lo que no deberíamos hacer. No nos dicen lo que deberíamos hacer.
    » Negative Laws. Commandments written in the negative are for criminals, sinners and those who need fixed boundaries because they are prone to go astray. These commandments probably do not exist in heaven because it would be unthinkable for the inhabitants of heaven to rape, murder and steal as it would be for any normal human being to rape a child or starve a new born. Some things are just accepted as natural and normal, while others are unthinkable. In fact, by defining and naming certain horrible acts it creates the potential for sin because the perfect people have now learned something that they would never think or imagine. The complications of sin and death caused a whole new set of rules to be introduced to a society that had never seen or imagined certain things. Deliberate killing was now possible, not just for the murderous sinner, but for the righteous judge. A form of adultery was possible because death was possible. Righteous people could legitimately have two spouses when they go to heaven because death disannulled a legitimate marriage.
  2. Haciendo lo Bueno. Deberíamos estar haciendo el bien, no solo evitando el mal.
    Aquí es donde algunas personas tienen un problema. Ellos se enfocan en no hacer lo equivocado y esto puede desviarlos de lo que es bueno.
  3. La Regla de Oro. Así, todo lo que queráis que los hombres os hagan, hacedlo también vosotros a ellos. Esta es la ley y los profetas. (Mateo 7: 12).
    Cuando todos los razonamientos fallan, usa esto como una guía.
  4. Amor. Los Diez mandamientos están basados en Dios y nuestro prójimo.

    » Positive Laws. Commandments written in the positive probably do not exist in heaven either. We are free to do good so there are no limits or list of suggestions on what we can do.
    What probably exists are the two great commandments, love God and love everybody. A list of positive commandments would imply that the list of good deeds is finite. It also removes all creativity and spontaniety from doing good. Are flowers and candy for your loved one as meaningful because we have set aside a day to give those items as tokens of love. This sort of prescribed and timed goodness leads to an industry for plastic flowers and canned poems and most often seems like a scheduled act of duty. It would be better if those moments come often and are unpredictable and are totally unscripted and expressed in your own words and with your own effort. This act can never be mistaken for anything other than a personal and spontaneous expression of love.
  5. La Naturaleza De Dios. Cuando nos convertimos en hijos de Dios, se nos da Su naturaleza por medio de su Espíritu Santo. Sabemos lo que es bueno y lo hacemos.
    Taught by the Spirit. As for you, the anointing which you received from Him abides in you, and you do not need for anyone to teach you; but as His anointing teaches you about all things, and is true and is not a lie, and just as it has taught you, you abide in Him. (1 John 2: 27)
    Good Fruit.
    Pero el fruto del Espíritu es: amor, gozo, paz, paciencia, benignidad, bondad, fidelidad, mansedumbre, dominio propio. Contra estas virtudes, no hay ley. (Gálatas 5: 22 - 23).

    No hay ley que pueda legislar la bondad o los atributos del Espíritu. Estas virtudes no tienen límites en la expansión en la que las damos ni a quién se las damos. Nunca habrá una ley que diga que debes ser solamente amable con tus amigos y parientes ni que esa bondad no debería consumar más que el veinte por ciento de tus ganancias anuales.

El Significado de los Mandamientos

Amar a Dios

  1. Un Dios. El se ganó nuestro respeto porque es la fuente del inicio de nuestra vida y por la continuación de esa vida. Él merece nuestro respeto porque nos ama.
    Este mandamiento nos recuerda que Dios es nuestro padre. Nosotros no podemos ser Dios, ni adorar a otros. Si tozudamente hacemos lo que queremos esto es el equivalente a hacer de nosotros la más alta autoridad. Estamos haciendo de nosotros mismos un dios.
  2. Ídolos. No se nos permite inclinarnos ante cualquier cosa que hayamos hecho u otro objeto creado. Esto es el equivalente a adulterar en contra de Dios.
    Este mandamiento no prohíbe el arte en forma de pinturas o estatuas. Pero está prohibido cualquier acto que de la apariencia de adoración.
    El santuario tenía pinturas de ángeles en las paredes. El arca del pacto tenía dos ángeles gravados en la parte de arriba. Una de las rezones por lo que esto fue escondido, cubierto cuando se mudaban y visto una sola vez por año por una persona era por el potencial de idolatría que esto tenía. Porque el sumo sacerdote se acercaba a este objeto en oración, el arca podría haberse convertido fácilmente en un punto focal de adoración en lugar de la lección visual del objeto que Dios intentaba que fuera.
  3. El Nombre de Dios. Dios nos invita a tomar su nombre. En el cielo, Su nombre será escrito en nuestras frentes. De esta manera, Dios espera que nosotros tomemos su nombre y tratemos su nombre y reputación con honor y respeto.
    Entonces mire y vi al Cordero de pie sobre el monte Sion, y con él 144.000 que tenían el Nombre del Cordero y el Nombre de su Padre escrito en sus frentes. (Apocalipsis 14: 1)

    En el cielo no habrá un templo porque iremos directamente a Dios. Por esto es que el pacto en Levítico 26:2 nos recuerda a reverenciar o respetar el santuario terrenal porque es una representación de Él.
    Guardad mis sábados y reverenciad mi Santuario. Yo soy el Señor. (Levítico 26: 2)
    No vi. en ella templo, porque su templo es el señor Dios Todopoderoso y el Cordero. (Apocalipsis 21: 22)

    Si rompemos este mandamiento, mostramos falta de respeto a Dios y le estamos robando su Buen Nombre y mintiendo sobre Él.
  4. Sábado. Este es el pacto de tiempo sagrado que Dios ha separado para nuestra unión especial con Él. Si perdemos esta oportunidad sería como ir a una fiesta de cumpleaños otro día. El niño que cumple años se habrá ido. Los otros invitados se habrán ido. Aunque tú puedas llamar y hablar por teléfono, nada puede reemplazar tu ausencia del DIA de la fiesta. Te habrás perdido todo lo que Dios tiene para ofrecerte en ese día y los regales que trajiste para celebrar.
Una Ley Hacia Nosotros
Mucha gente cree que la ley de Dios debería evolucionar con el cambio de los tiempos. Ellos no pueden ver porque un Dios amante estaría en contra de"cualquier relación amorosa entre dos personas" Desafortunadamente, los pedofílicos y los adúlteros usan el mismo argumento general como aquellos en otras relaciones sexuales prohibidas. Así que el argumento es defectuoso.

Amar a Otras Personas The Jews divide the commandments into two sets of five. They believe that since God is our parent, the fifth commandment should honor Him as parent first.

  1. Padres. El respeto que mostramos a nuestros padres nos enseña como honrar a Dios. De esta manera, si no podemos mostrar respeto a nuestros padres y a aquellos que son mayores que nosotros, probablemente mostraremos falta de respeto a Dios también.

    Este mandamiento nos recuerda que hay solo una autoridad paternal que fue quien nos dic vida y de quien recibimos vida.
  2. Asesinato. Dios no tolera matar al menos que sea en defensa propia. Jesús también dijo que el odio y la ira injustificada es equivalente al asesinato.

    Aunque no podemos matar a Dios, podemos hacer el equivalente si lo odiamos.
  3. Adulterio. Dios solamente reconoce una relación sexual. Esta es la unión de un hombre y una mujer por medio del matrimonio para toda la vida. Moisés permitió el divorcio solo porque la gente era desobediente y el pecado creó complicaciones. Sin embargo, esta no era la voluntad de Dios. (Marcos 10: 4-9).

    Esta relación es sagrada porque representa nuestra devoción eternal, amor y fidelidad a un Dios. Así que lo que sea que dañe esta relación es un símbolo de lo que podría ser hecho para dañar la unión con Dios.
    » Polygamy. Deuteronomy 17: 17 forbids polygamy or "multiplying wives".


    » Relaciones Sexuales prohibidas. La ley condena todo contacto sexual ilegal. También define otro comportamiento que es ilegal. (Levítico 18)
    No te echarás con varón como con mujer; es abominación. Ni con ningún animal tendrás ayuntamiento amancillándote con él, ni mujer alguna se pondrá delante de animal para ayuntarse con él; es perversión. (Levítico 18: 22-23)
    El sexo no es un derecho. Si no puede ser conducido dentro de los confines de las leyes de Dios entonces está prohibido y la gente afectada debe vivir la vida soltera/o aún si la condición fuera inevitable. Hablando del celibato Jesús dijo.
    No todos los hombres pueden aceptar esta declaración, sino solo aquellos a quienes les fue dado.
    Defectos de Nacimiento. Porque hay eunucos que nacen de esta forma desde el vientre de sus madres.
    Castrados. Y hay eunucos que son hechos eunucos por los hombres.
    El Don del Celibato. Y otros se hicieron a sí mismos eunucos por causa del reino de los cielos, el que pueda aceptar esto, que lo acepte.
    (Mateo 19: 11-12)
    La clave es que Dios puede darnos la habilidad de vivir dentro de las restricciones de esta limitación, no importa cuán dura sea.
  4. Robar. No hay justificación para tomar la propiedad de otros al menos que sea por el pago de una deuda. En este caso la propiedad es tomada abiertamente, no en secreto.
  5. Mentir. No hay nunca justificación alguna para mentir. Puedes tardar en decir la verdad si la persona es demasiado joven o vulnerable o si la información es confidencial. Pero en este caso, no habrás mentido si les dices a ellos que no puedes responder sus preguntas.

    Una mentira puede ser dicha directamente u ocultando cuidadosamente algunos hechos relevantes o por medio del lenguaje de nuestro cuerpo. Si una persona se aleja de una reunión con usted y los demás no tienen una interpretación correcta de los hechos a causa de algunos hechos o palabras deliberadas por su parte, entonces usted estaba mintiendo.
  6. Envidia. Este mandamiento es un pecado mental que puede guiar a todos los otros pecados. Aunque la ambición es Buena, deberíamos no competir con otros solo para tener la satisfacción de ser materialmente mejores. No deberíamos regocijarnos por el hecho de que otros sean materialmente inferiores a nosotros. Nada de esto nos hace el número uno. No deberíamos tomar, o querer posesiones de otros al punto de odiarlos por tenerlas.

    El sábado pertenece a Dios. No podemos envidiarlo y tomarlo y usarlo en nuestro beneficio. Si el sábado hace a los deportes, las compras y la religión inconveniente no podemos sustituir lo que es más conveniente para nosotros. Esto es el equivalente a pedirle a Dios que celebre Su cumpleaños en un día distinto o que Él tome otra esposa porque usted quiere la suya.

One Like Us
Many sinners believe that Jesus was sinless because He was God or because He had special help that we cannot access. But the Bible presents Jesus as a model for righteousness because He put aside His divinity and cloaked in human form He overcame sins in the same way that we can.

How could He claim to be like us and be tempted like us if He did not undergo the worst of every form of treatment? He knows how we feel because He experienced all of the accompanying treatment and emotions in a suffering that was equivalent or greater than ours. So there is nothing that we will ever experience in which He cannot say that He understands those emotions and feelings.
In the estimation of God, if one is treated in a certain manner, then one has become that image in the eyes of those who accept or inflict this treatment. So let us see how Jesus was tempted to break the commandments and how He was falsely accused and treated as a sinner.

  1. One God. He was also God, yet He did not covet the position, but submitted to the Father and relinquished His divine attributes so that He could live as a human target for the wrath of Satan.
    Gave up Heaven and the Attributes of Divinity. who, although He existed in the form of God, did not regard equality with God as a thing to be grasped ... (Philippians 2: 6)
    Satan Worship Satan. Satan promised Him wealth and world dominion if He would worship him (Matthew 4: 8-9).
    » Worst Case: Drug Addicted Withdrawal. After 40 days of hunger and thirst, He should have been weakened and hallucinating and craving the basic physical needs. Yet, even suffering under the worst physical and medical handicap, He resisted the temptations of Satan. So Jesus understands the physical pains that accompany the severe cravings of addiction or extreme desire and the mighty temptations that accompany them.
  2. Idols. He was the only image of God that could be worshipped. Yet He did not seek acclamation for Himself, but worked to restore the reputation of God at the price of His life.
  3. Respect the Name of the Lord. His mission was to introduce God to the world and restore God's reputation. But He was constantly disrespected by people who knew that He was a good person. The disrespect culminated in beating and spitting and cursing and murder.
  4. Sabbath. He was accused of Sabbath breaking although He even kept the Sabbath in His death. But He had no rest as He was being tortured on the way to the crucifixion and He worked tirelessly for the kingdom. Have you ever deprived yourself of all normal comforts so that you can work tirelessly for ungrateful people? Jesus did.
  5. Honor Parents (Close Relationships). While He was impaled on the cross, He made arrangements for the care of His mother. Although He felt abandoned by God, He also obeyed the will of His Father God and suppressed His own desires and fears and stayed on the cross and died, not having the assurance that He had succeeded.
    • Parental Abandonment. Mary might have been there to receive the dead body, but neither she nor His loved ones did for Him what God Himself could not do. They all abandoned Him
      No Comforters. Reproach has broken my heart and I am so sick and I looked for sympathy, but there was none, and for comforters, but I found none. (Psalm 69: 20)
      Abandoned by God. My God, my God, why have You forsaken me? Far from my deliverance are the words of my groaning. (Psalm 22: 1)
    • Abandoned Baby. Far away from family, among strangers, Mary was constantly frustrated in her attempt to find a safe place to give birth. How many of you were forced to be born with the smelly animals because people would not have pity on your pregnant mother? Both Mary and her baby were abandoned by Israel on the night of His birth. She wrapped Him in strips of torn cloth and placed Him in the feeding bin.
      It was the lowly creatures who first saw and heard the savior and God also honored their presence by symbolically representing His burdens and sacrifice for humans in the form of an innocent sheep, a donkey, a bull, a goat and a ram. Have you ever been negatively compared to an animal? Well God was proud to be represented among them.
    • Illegitimate Child. In a very religious society, He grew up with the label of an illegitimate, bastard child Who was the Son of a whore conceived in the filth of menstruation.
      Bastard. ... They said to Him, "We were not born of fornication. We have one father: God". (John 8: 41)
    • Ghetto Child. He was born in a barn with animals and slept in the feeding trough. Then He lived in Egypt as an alien when He was a young child and grew up in the poor, rough ghetto of Nazareth.
      No Good Ghetto Bastard! "... Can anything good thing come out of Nazareth? ..." (John 1: 46)
      Poor Environment! For He grew up before Him like a tender shoot, and like a root out of parched ground ... (Isaiah 53: 2)
    • An Alien and A Stranger (Refugee). As a baby, He lived in exile in Egypt as the state tried to kill Him.
    • Sibling Rivalry. The evidence is that His family eventually rejected Him. After years of being called a whore and probably because of the shame imposed on the family, His brothers and sisters rejected Him.
      Alienated. I have become estranged from my brothers and an alien to my mother's sons. (Psalm 69: 8)
    • Unsavory Friends (Guilt by Association). He made friends from the rejects and lower class of society.
      The Son of man came eating and drinking, and they say, Behold a man gluttonous, and a winebibber, a friend of publicans and sinners. But wisdom is justified of her children. (Matthew 11: 19)
      Then it happened that as Jesus was reclining at the table in the house, behold, many tax collectors and sinners came and were dining with Jesus and His disciples. When the Pharisees saw this they said to His disciples, "Why is your Teacher eating with the tax collectors and sinners?" (Matthew 9: 10-11)
    • Sinner. He was treated as a sinner because He took on the responsibility and punishment for our sins.
      He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us ... (2 Corinthians 5: 21)
    • Friends. It is clear that He did not have any childhood friends because none of His brothers or neighborhood joined Him when He began His mission. His disciples were mostly strangers that He met as He travelled. The only family members who believed in Him were His cousins, John the Baptist and possibly the disciple John.
    • A Parent's Worst Nightmare. If you are a parent who has had to watch your children suffer and wish that you could take the pain and suffering for them, then God knows how you feel. He watched His Son suffer and die and He could not help. He had to inflict some of the emotional pain by being an absentee parent. But when He saw the world suffering and dying, He stepped in and bore the pain and suffering for us.
    • Worst Case: A God Without Honor. In many ways, the external pressures of gossip and negative labeling made it a disfunctional environment for Him. Even after He returned to His hometown, showing signs and favors from God, His former neighbours could not overcome their prejudices towards Him and they ran Him out of town and tried to kill Him!
      He was a God without honor among His own creation.
    » The Boy from the 'Hood'. There is no excuse for failing life because you have been given a very unequal starting position. Look what happened to the poor deprived, maligned, sensitive, hungry little boy from the wrong side of town. He escaped the ghetto because He immersed Himself in the word of God and learned that He was important because a compassionate God loved Him. He is now the King of the universe, because He fought to not become a product of His environment or another grim statistic from the cesspool in the ghetto.
  6. Sexual Immorality. Jesus never committed any sexual sins either in thought, word or deed.
    • Lust of the Flesh. He elevated lust to sin, declaring that these thoughts are also fornication.
    • Fornication and Adultery. He was accused of immorality because He made friends with prostitutes, drunkards, tax collectors and other vile sinners.
    • Homosexuality. This practice was open and rampant among the Romans of that era. Tiberias Caesar was a brutal pedophile who preyed on young boys. So consider that atmosphere with the fact that Jesus was unmarried, thirty years old, in the company of many young men in a society where people were married in their teenage years and life expectancy was low. He must have been accused. In addition, when the Roman soldiers stripped Him naked, mocked Him and taunted Him they must have threatened Him with rape.
    • Rape. Have you ever been raped? Unable to cry out because you are being threatened? Afraid to cry out because you are being violated by someone you trusted? Afraid to cry out because you think you are partially to blame? Have you ever felt trapped and hopeless, been restrained, stripped naked, violated, stared at, unable to hide your shame and forced to do what you do not want or forced to submit to someone who wants to harm you? Have you ever had regrets or relived your private nightmare every day for decades, plagued with questions about "What if"? If only I hadn't done this or that, gone here or there. If only .... If only .... If only ....
      So if that is your experience, then you have been raped and Jesus understands.
      Jesus took our blame and said that our sins were His fault. If only I hadn't made man ...
      » Worst Case: Child Prostitution. Can Jesus ever understand the suffering of a young child who is pimped out to pedophiles by drug addicted parents so that they can get high and feel good?
      Jesus understood what it was like to be unloved, to be used and abused.
      The prophecies indicate that Jesus was a spiritual baby, only one year old when He was crucified. Israel was His mother, so the high priest should have been His advocate and protector like a father figure. So when the high priests bought Him from His close friend for thirty pieces of silver and sold Him to the Romans, He was a Child Who was pimped out to brutal pedophiles by His pastor, brother and mother for the sake of security.
      When the soldiers stripped Him, beat Him severely and hung Him up naked on a cross where people laughed and spit on Him and nobody helped Him and the authorities were part of the conspiracy, He was being publicly raped in front of a cheering audience. They further violated Him by robbing Him of His only possessions.
      I can count all my bones. They look, they stare at me. They divide my garments among them, and for my clothing they cast lots. (Psalm 22: 17-18).
      So His rape was the most humiliating and devastating of all. It was public and He had no sympathizers because the people watched and laughed and nobody came to His assistance.
    He experienced the entire spectrum of human emotion. He cried. He was afraid. He showed anger, sorrow, expressed regret, disappointment, astonishment, frustration and skepticism.
  7. Kill. Jesus did not kill either physically or mentally. He did not dash the hopes of the sinner, but told them that He came to save, not destroy. The record says that He would not even break a bruised reed or extinguish a dim wick (Isaiah 42: 3). He came to bring hope and encouragement, not to condemn, humiliate and destroy.
    • Gossip. So He would not assassinate anyone's character with gossip. Instead, He elevated the status of the rejects of society, making friends with the worst sinners.
    • Anger. In righteous anger, He cleared out the temple to defend the name and reputation of God and drive out the merchants who were goughing the poor.
    • Tortured. He was tortured by the Romans before they murdered Him.
    • Martyred. He did not kill Himself, nor provoke anyone to want to murder Him, yet He was martyred because His beliefs became a threat to others. So He voluntarilly and peacefully submitted His life.
    • Abuse of Power. He was subjected to constant abuse, yet He resisted the temptation to use His divine power to help Himself or to punish His tormentors. He relied on the gleanings left for the poor to feed Himself instead of conjuring up a satisfying meal. He subjected Himself to human limitations.
    • Unrequited Love. Have you ever been in love, risking it all and pouring out everything on the one you loved? But she chose the bad boy who was your rival and paid him to have your kidnapped so that he could beat and murder you. Then she stood by and watch and laughed as you were being tortured to death and you saw her do this. Then you left everthing you possessed in a will for her and left instructions for her to be cared for. In addition, you confirmed the will while you were being killed.
      The romance between God and Israel was not the love story of Romeo and Juliet. It is the story of Samson and Delilah. Jesus loved Israel and gave up heaven to come and rescue her, only to find that she despised Him and chose Satan, His rival. Then He arranged for us to inherit heaven and eternal life if we would accept His forgiveness and overtures of love.
    • Woman. Submission kills and supresses the hopes and desires and contribution of women. How could He understand the plight of women when He was born into the automatic privileged status of a dominant male?
      The essence of the problem of women is that we must submit to male rule "because we sinned first". Submission is not punishment except it is from a position of strength. Otherwise, the one who submits is a child or a slave who needs to submit for practical reasons.
      Yet, the victory of our salvation was won not because Jesus used the privileges of male dominance and power, but because He humbled Himself and submitted like a weak and powerless woman, to a brutal tryant. Therefore, He honored women and showed the powerful and masterful weaponry of submission that defeated the serpent. Yes, the submission of a woman caused sin, but submission from a position of strength also erased sin. So, which is the greater test? A powerful God submitting to His brutal enemy or a woman submitting to her husband?
    • Worst Case: Unjustly Executed. He was falsely accused, arrested, imprisoned and executed in humiliating public spectacle as a criminal, a sinner and an enemy of the state.
    • Diseases (Mental and Physical Imperfection). The sacrifice definitely required that when Jesus was offered, He must be without defect or blemish and His bones must not be broken. This might not necessarily mean that He never had a cold or fever or scrape His knee or cut Himself. But if He never had any of these experiences as a child, He certainly experienced the pain and suffering of many diseases on the cross.
      • Pain and Suffering. He felt every range and degree of physical, mental and emotional pain.
      • Dislocated Joints. His bones were not broken but all of His joints were dislocated on the cross as He suffocated to death in the most painful manner.
      • Feelings. He felt extreme shame, disgrace, loneliness, rejection and abandonment.
      • Suicidal Depression. He was murdered, He did not kill Himself, but like Job, Jeremiah and Moses before Him, the emotional hardship might have driven Him to wish that He were dead so that the suffering would end.
        Unrelenting Hardship. You renew Your witness against me and increase Your anger towards me. Hardship after hardship is with me. I should have been as though I had not been, carried from womb to tomb. (Job 10: 17,19)
        Satan Suicide. Jump off the temple and God will save You as He promised.
      • Mad Man. They said He was mad and demon-possessed, even His relatives believed this.
        They treated Him as an insane man and did not believe Him (Mark 3: 21, 31-35 and John 7: 3-5). His mother appeared to go along with this. She must have given up trying to fight the shame.
      • Loneliness. He was astonished that nobody would help Him.
        Treads the Wine Press Alone. Why is Your apparel red, and Your garment like the one who treads the wine press? I have trodden the wine trough alone, and from the peoples there was no man with Me. I also trod them in My anger and trampled them in My wrath. And their life blood is sprinkled on My garments, and I stained all My raiment. (Isaiah 63: 2-3)
        Adam and all creatures were given a help mate, but Jesus was alone.
        No Helper. For the day of vengeance was in My heart, and My year of redemption has come. I looked and there was no one to help, and I was astonished and there was no one to uphold; So My own arm brought salvation to Me, and My wrath upheld Me. I trod down the peoples in My anger, and made them drunk in My wrath, and I poured out their life blood on the earth. (Isaiah 63: 4-6)
        Worst Case: The Loneliness of the Outcast. The fat woman, black woman and the poor, fat, woman who is black from afar is the least desirable of all mates. Can Jesus understand the longing of such a person who desires a loving family of her own?
        With the gift of celibacy, Jesus understood a certain type of loneliness was His duty and within His power. But He understood the imposed loneliness that says "you are not good enough and nobody wants you". This type of rejection extended not only in the realm of marriage. It was a systemic rejection that assigned to the realm of the permanent outcast qualities that are outside of one's control. At the lowest end of the Roman society was a slave, a Jew, a poor, ugly man, a leper's leper from the ghetto of Nazareth Who was rejected because He was a bastard child.
      • Broken-Hearted. He suffered grief so overwhelming that it broke His heart and He died more quickly than expected. "Broken Heart Syndrome" is now a medically accepted phenomenon. The human heart will expand, weaken and fail under extreme emotional grief.
      • Worst Case: Handicapped. How could Jesus understand the problems of the handicapped or physically deformed or those who are less than perfect because of a birth defect?
        He could not be physically defective as the law required, but Jesus suffered the worst case of total physical and mental handicap of any human being who ever lived.
        As a person Who was both God and Man, He had to voluntarily surrender His attributes of divinity and resist the temptation to use them while He was trapped in a human body. Therefore, God was handicapped in Christ for over 33 years.
        • Quadraplegic. When He lost His omnipresence, He was unable to go where He pleased.
        • Paralysis. He lost omnipotence and suffered weakness and helplessness.
        • Mentally Handicapped . He was mentally retarded when He lost His omniscience surrendering the intelligence that created the world to the limits of one Who had to be taught to read and write and learn some science by observing nature and God.
        • Locked-In Syndrome. This is usually a fully functionong mind trapped in a paralyzed body with only the ability to blink as a form of communication. By resisting the temptation to use His power, He was basically a functioning mind trapped in a paralyzed body.
        • Minimally Conscious. When He was broken on the cross, He suddenly lost some level of deep consciousness of the Father and experienced real loneliness.
        • Persistent Vegetative State. While He was dead, His divine nature must have been in a state equivalent to this because it was impossible for God to die.
        So Christ was a quadraplegic, mentally handicapped and child-like God in human flesh. He limited His handicap by making the Father His role model. This is how we are victorious.
        God the Father is Our Hero and Role Model. Therefore Jesus answered and was saying to them, "Truly, truly I say to you that the Son of Man can do nothing of Himself unless it is something He sees the Father doing. For whatever the Father does, these things the Son also does in like manner. For the Father loves the Son and shows Him all things that He Himself is doing, and the Father will show Him greater works than these, so that you will marvel." (John 5: 19-20)
      If you have every been labeled as mad, mentally ill and ignored or marginalized, Jesus knows how you feel. It was worse for Him because He had something important to say and was frustrated in His attempt to communicate.
  8. Steal. Jesus did not steal even though He lived a life that must have forced these temptations on Him. So, when He did not have the means to acquire life's necessities, He humbled Himself and resorted to the shame and indignities of begging and random acts of kindness to obtain the necessities of life.
    • Welfare Recipient. He was subjected to this indignity. Since He was deprived, He took advantage of the lawful social means available to the poor. By law, whatever was dropped on the ground or in the corners of a field or whatever you could pick and hold in a hand can be taken. So He took food set aside for the hungry and accepted any invitation to dinner.
    • Beggar. He relied on the kindness of strangers and asked for food or shelter.
    • Vagrant. He wandered about from city to city relying on what He could find.
    • Homeless. He had no home. He camped out like a nomad, using what was available in the open.
      And Jesus said unto him, the foxes have holes, and the birds of the air have nests; but the Son of man has nowhere to lay His head. (Matthew 8: 20)
    • Personal Use or Abuse of Power. He did nothing for personal gain or take advanrage of the company perks even in a situation of dire need. It is amazing that even with the gift of multiplying food, He did not use this power to feed Himself unless He was also feeding the hungry masses.
    • Worst Case: Robbing the Desolate and Oppressing the Poor. What could be worse than plundering a poor, helpless man, taking even the shirt off His back? They took His clothes and gambled for it.
      All who pass along the way plunder him. He has become a reproach to his neighbors. (Psalm 89: 41)
      Nothing Left. Then after the sixty two weeks the Messiah would be cut off and have nothing. (Daniel 9: 26)
  9. Lie. He never told a lie. Instead, He came to reveal the truth about God and had to live with the consequences of false information spread about Him.
    • Not Believed. He endured the frustration of speaking without being heard because people ignored what He said and chose to act on what they wanted to believe. He repeatedly told His disciples plainly that He must suffer and die and they ignored Him.
    • Unjust Accusation. He was falsely imprisoned and executed for crimes that He did not commit.
    • Betrayed. He suffered the worst, because He did not have to deal with merely the accusations of His enemies or casual acquaintances. He had to fight the lies and betrayal of His friends and loved ones.
      Betrayed by a Friend. For it is not an enemy who reproached me, then I could bear it. Nor is it one who hates me who has exalted himself against me. Then I could hide myself from him. But it is you, a man my equal, my companion and my familiar friend. (Psalm 55: 12-13)
      Even my close friend in whom I trusted, who ate my bread, has lifted up his heel against me. Psalm 41: 9
    • Worst Case: A Good Reputation Ruined. He could not escape the labels placed on Him since childhood. The people from his old neighborhood hated Him so much that the miracles He performed were not enough to temper their erroneous misconceptions. They chose to mock Him with His illegitimacy at every opportunity, completely ignoring the evidence of divine favor.
    Have you ever tried to repair a ruined reputation only to realize that people do not care? Have you ever seen that those who should know you best and be the first to defend your name and honor do not care about the truth but will continue to throw mud on a life lived honorably? Jesus was scandalized by His loved ones. His enemies merely joined in the feeding frenzy.
  10. Covet (Lust of Life). Jesus faced unfulfilled desires, new desires, jealousy and a sense of failure by being content in all things. Convinced that He was doing the will of God and that God would care for Him, He resolved to be satisfied with whatever life offered Him.
    » Lust of the Eyes. He was deprived of even the bare necessities.
    • Unfulfilled Desires. He was celibate, so He had to deal with the struggles of a functioning hormonal system without even thinking about sex.
    • Hopelessness. Some claim that since Jesus knew that He would be successful, He really did not suffer as much as He could. The problem is that the curse required that His experience must be such that He would not have any assurance of success. This is why He had to be split from His divinity so that He would suffer with the handicap of humanity.
      No Assurance. Among those nations you shall find no rest, and there will be no resting place for the sole of your foot; but there the LORD will give you a trembling heart, failing of eyes, and despair of soul. So your life shall hang in doubt before you; and you will be in dread night and day, and shall have no assurance of your life. (Deuteronomy 28: 65-66)
      So He must have suffered the acute and chronic feelings of despair. He knew what it was like to be instantly in fear and uncertainty. He also knew the endless timeline that sets in with chronic hopelessness. He could not see the future. And whatever faith and hope He had was dashed when God did not act in ways that He expected. When God seemed to abandon Him, He saw the endlessnes of chronic hopelessness and He had nothing to look forward to except that God was just and good.
    • Deprivation. After 40 days of fasting He felt extreme hunger and thirst. His life was one of extreme poverty. In psychology, the hierarchy of needs is said to begin with the need for air, food, water, shelter, security and love. Jesus was tortured with a lack of these needs and He did not submit to Satan. On the cross, He slowly suffocated to death. In the desert, He nearly died of hunger and thirst. It was at these low points that Satan attacked and lost.
      Satan Stones to Bread. Perform a miracle to relieve your suffering and prove that You are the Son of God.

    » Pride of Life. They took His gifts and ground Him in the dust.
    • Marrying Beneath You. Have you ever loved someone and married beneath you and been constantly criticized. Or have you been the lower status spouse who has never been good enough. Are you the mongrel among the pedigree or the child of privilege who has tainted the prestigious gene pool?
      Christ is the husband of this sinful planet. When God fought to save the world and married Israel He was raising the status of one in a class far beneath Him. Israel was good enough because God loved her.
      The Desolated Wife. ... For your husband is your maker, Whose name is the Lord of hosts, and your redeemer is the Holy One of Israel, Who is called the God of all the earth. (Isaiah 54: 4)
    • Used. Do people hang around you because of your money or talents?
      No Trust. But Jesus on His part was not entrusting Himself to them, for He knew all men, and because He did not need anyone to testify concerning man, for He Himself knew what was in man. (John 2: 24-25)
      Dinner and a Show. Jesus answered them and said, "Truly , truly I say to you, you seek Me, not because you saw signs, but because you ate of the loaves and were filled." (John 6: 26)
      Lip Service. These people honor Me with their lips but their hearts are far from Me ... (Matthew 15: 8)
    • Failure. Jesus knew what is was like to sacrifice and work hard, then appear to fail. Israel had rejected Him. His disciples fled or betrayed Him and He had no evidence to show for all His hard work. He was a failure by all accounts and the prophecies indicate that He felt that His life was wasted.
      Wasted Life. Then I said, I have labored in vain, I have spent my strength for nothing, and in vain: yet surely my judgment is with the LORD, and my work with my God. (Isaiah 49: 4)
      Plans and Dreams Fail. My days are past, my plans are torn apart, even the wishes of my heart. Job 17: 11
    • The Ugly Duckling. Have you ever felt left out because you were not good enough or popular enough? Jesus was not physically handsome because God did not want people to follow Him because of His appearance, but for His message.
      Not Handsome. ... He had no stately form or majesty that we should look upon Him, nor appearance that we should be attracted to Him. (Isaiah 53: 2)
      Unattractive. Just as many were astonished at you, So His appearance was marred more than any man and His form more than the sons of men (Isaiah 52: 14)
      The requirements of the sacrifice demanded that He must be perfect and without blemish, but they never required Him to be handsome. His perfection was totally spiritual and physical.
    • Rock Star Treatment. Many people followed Him because of His miracles and His message. But He did not let the temptation of flattery and fame affect Him.
    » Minimalist. He never allowed His great needs to cause Him to want more than His mission required. Some may call this a lack of Ambition, but He was fully aware that He had an enemy who would seize on any opportunity to taunt Him with things that He could not have.

If you believe that you have experienced something that Jesus could never understand, remember that Satan hated this little boy and wanted to see Him fail so He must have made His life a living hell because His existence depended on it. If you believe that Jesus did feel eveything you did but that your suffering was greater because you suffered longer, remember that Jesus lived this nightmare for thirty three years and that God has been suffering the full brunt of all this pain for over six thousand years.

Cristo en la Ley
En nuestra Lección del santuario explicamos completamente muchas de estas leyes observadas o completadas por Jesús. Aquí hay un sumario.
Día y Noche Día Solamente
Pascua La Primera Gavilla Pentecostés Trompetas Día de la Expiación Tabernáculos
Cordero Cross Cabrito Primeros Frutos Espíritu Santo Juicio Iglesia Advertencia Plagas Resurrected Milenio warArmagedón Cielos Nuevos y
Tierra
Nueva
Cristo es la Semilla enterrada Lluvia Temprana Sequía de Verano Lluvia Tardía Cosecha Ciudad de Refugio Hell fire
Pastor y Sacerdote Rey Juicio Segador Novio Ejecutor Todo Completo
Ley Versículo ContenidosCumplimiento
Cordero Levítico 27: 26, 28-29 El inocente muere por el culpable Jesús murió por nuestros pecados como el Cordero de Dios (Juan 1: 29)
Cabrito (Ofrenda por el Pecado) Números 29: 11 El cabrito era el sacrificio por el pecado y la ofrenda por la culpaEn nuestro reemplazo Él se convirtió en tan pecador como Satanás al convertirse en pecado
Serpiente en la Cruz Números 21: 8 La vida podía llegar mirando a la serpiente levantadaJuan 3: 14-15. Al igual que la cabra era el demonio, Jesús también tomó las características de la serpiente satánica cuando Él se convirtió en pecado por nuestros pecados
Leche de Madre Éxodo 34: 26 Un Cabrito no puede ser cocinado en la leche de su madreJesús se separó de su madre antes de enfrentar la parte más oscura de su sufrimiento (Juan 19: 26-27)
Intercambiado por nosotros Levítico 27: 9-10 Un intercambio igual hace a ambos animaos sagrados Jesús murió por nuestros pecados, nos cubrió con su sangre, y nos hizo santos como Él e, por ley
Ofrenda de una hembra Levítico 4: 27-29 La ofrenda de la hembra por el pecado y la vaquilla roja Jesús murió en lugar de la mujer (la iglesia)
Ofrenda de los hombros Números 6: 19-20 Las partes de la ofrenda eran dispuestas de cierta manera. La ofrenda del pecho y los hombros eran mecidos y la ofrenda de la pierna era elevadaEn la cruz sus brazos fueron estirados como en la posición de una ola.
Ofrenda del pecho Levítico 10: 14-15. Números 6: 19-20
Ofrenda de la pierna En la cruz sus piernas fueron levantadas
Cordero de la Pascua Levítico 23: 4-8 La Muerte pasará sobre nosotros Jesús murió en la pascua como el Cordero de Dios
Un Día Éxodo 34: 25 La duración de la ofrenda Jesús fue sacado de la cruz y enterrado el mismo día. No estuvo colgado por varios días como era la costumbre.
Tres Días Levítico 7: 17-18. El se presentó a sí mismo ante la tremenda presencia de Dios dentro de los tres días de su muerte
Treinta y Tres Años Levítico 12 Las mujeres se purificaban treinta y tres días Después de haber dado a luz a un varónCristo murió a la edad de treinta y tres años para purificar la iglesia (la mujer)
Primeros Frutos Levítico 23: 11 El fue presentado ante Dios Después de tres díasJesús ge el primer fruto de los muertos
Emisión Nocturna Deuteronomio 23: 10-11 Su Simiente fue derramada durante su sueño de muerteAlgunos de los muertos fueron resucitados con Él por Su simiente de vida
Fiesta de los Tabernáculos Levítico 23: 34 Dios vive con los humanos Jesús nació durante la fiesta de los tabernáculos y regresará probablemente en la misma fecha
Ciudad de Refugio Josué 20: 6 Un asesino puede esconderse en una ciudad de refugio sin miedo a la justa venganza hasta que comparezca en juicio y Después hasta la muerte del sumo sacerdote Como nuestro Sumo Sacerdote permanente e inmortal, Jesús nunca morirá. Dios estableció la Nueva Jerusalem como una ciudad de refugio.
Novio Deuteronomio 24: 5 El recién casado no puede trabajar o ir a la Guerra durante el primer año de su matrimonio Jesús descansa con nosotros por mil años con su novia antes de la completa destrucción de Satanás en la batalla del Armagedón

Cambios a la Ley de Dios
Acciones Motivos Acciones Cambios Católicos
Texto o(Éxodo 20) (Deuteronomio 5) Texto Nuevo Testamento # Cambio Tradición
Amarás al Señor tu Dios con todo tu corazón y con toda tu alma y con todas tus fuerzas y con toda tu mente (Deuteronomio 30: 6; Lucas 10: 27)
1 No tendrás dioses ajenos delante de Mí. (Versículo 3) Orgullo "Al Señor tu Dios adorarás, y a él solo servirás." Mateo 4: 10 1 No tendrás dioses ajenos delante de Mi Orar a Maria y a los santos
2 No te harás imagen ni ninguna semejanza de cosa que esté arriba en el cielo ni abajo en la tierra ni en las aguas debajo de la tierra. No te inclinarás a ellas ni l as honrarás... (Versículo 4 - 6) La obstinación es idolatría "Hijitos, guardaos de los ídolos. Amén" "Siendo, pues, linaje de Dios, no debemos pensar que la divinidad sea semejante a oro, o plata, o piedra, escultura de arte y de imaginación de hombres." I Juan 5: 21; Hechos 17: 29 Borrado Adorar imágenes
3 No tomarás el nombre de Jehová tú Dios en vano porque no dará por inocente Jehová al que tomare su nombre en vano. (versículo 7) Ingratitud, Satánico para que no sea blasfemado el nombre de Dios y la doctrina. (1 Timoteo 6: 1) 2 No tomarás el nombre de Jehová tu Dios en vano Confesiones al sacerdote
4 Acuérdate del día de reposo para santificarlo. Seis días trabajarás, y harás toda tu obra; más el séptimo día es reposo para Jehová tu Dios; No hagas en él obra alguna; tul ni tu hijo, ni tu hija, ni tu siervo, ni tu criada, ni tu bestia, ni tu extranjero que está dentro de tus puertas. Porque en seis días hizo Jehová los cielos y la tierra, el mar, y todas las cosas que en ellos hay, y reposó el séptimo día; por tanto, Jehová bendijo el día de reposo y lo santificó. (Versículos 8 -11) La Salvación por las obras Orad pues que vuestra huída no sea en invierno ni en día de reposo." El día de reposo ge hecho por causa del hombre, y no el hombre por causa del día de reposo. Por tanto, el Hijo del Hombre es señor aún del día de reposo" "Porque en cierto lugar dijo así del séptimo día: Y reposó Dios de todas sus obras en el séptimo día." "Por tanto, queda un reposo para el pueblo de Dios. Porque el que ha entrado en su reposo, también ha reposado de sus obras, como Dios de las suyas." "Porque en Él fueron creadas todas las cosas, las que hay en los cielos y las que hay en la tierra" Mateo 24: 20; Marcos 2: 27-28; Hebreos 4: 4, 9-10; Colosenses 1: 16. Cambiado
3 Acuérdate del día del Señor para santificarlo El sábado se cambió por el domingo.
Y la frase "el día del Señor" ha sido consecuentemente aplicada al domingo aún cuando la evidencia bíblica es que este día es el sábado.
Amarás a tu prójimo como a ti mismo. (Levítico 19: 18, 34. Mateo 22: 37,39)
5 Honra a tu padre y a tu madre, para que tus dais se alarguen en la tierra que Jehová tu Dios te da. (Versículo 12) Falta de respeto, rebelión Honra a tu padre y a tu madre; y, Amaras a tu prójimo como a ti mismo." Mateo 19: 19 4 Honra a tu padre y a tu madre El papa es infalible. El santo padre.
6 No matarás (Versículo 13) Odio, Ira. Mateo 5: 22 Porque: No adulterarás no mataras, no hurtaras, no dirás falso testimonio, en esta sentencia se resume: Amaras a tu prójimo como a ti mismo." Romanos 13: 9 5 No matarás Persigue a los herejes
7 No cometerás adulterio (Versículo 14) Lujuria. Mateo 5: 28 >"No cometerás adulterio." Mateo 19: 18 6 No cometerás adulterio Promueve la unión de la iglesia con el estado
8 No hurtarás (Versículo 15) Avaricia, Egoísmo "No hurtarás." Romanos 13: 9 7 No hurtarás Reclama suprema, infalible, autoridad sobre la iglesia
9 No hablarás contra tu prójimo falso testimonio. (Versículo 16) Los que quiebran la tregua "No dirás falso testimonio." Romanos 13: 9 8 No dirás falso testimonio contra tu prójimo La tradición en lugar de la Palabra de Dios – el testigo verdadero. Clama ser infalible.
10 No codiciarás la casa de tu prójimo, no codiciarás la mujer de tu prójimo, ni su siervo, ni su criada, ni su buey, ni su asno, ni cosa alguna de tu prójimo. (Versículo 17) Malicia y avaricia. Lucas 12: 15 "No codiciarás." Romanos 7: 7 9 No codiciarás la casa de tu prójimo Codicia los deberes y la autoridad de Dios. Dios en la tierra, poseedor de la triple corona con las llaves del cielo y el purgatorio.
10 No codiciarás la mujer de tu prójimo
(Daniel 7: 25 predijo que el poder del "cuerno pequeño" que perseguirá a los santos trataría de "cambiar los tiempos y la ley". El sábado es una ley que se refiere al tiempo y fue cambiada.

El número de los mandamientos es el mismo para los protestantes y judíos. Las publicaciones católicas tienen un número diferente porque el Segundo mandamiento sobre la adoración de imágenes ha sido borrado de los catecismos. Para completar diez mandamientos, el décimo ha sido separado en dos. En defensa de esta omisión del segundo mandamiento (que prohíbe la adoración de imágenes), la iglesia establece que esto puede ser asumido en el primer mandamiento. Pero ¿Por qué borrar las palabras? ¿Por qué no incluir las palabras en el primer mandamiento? ¿Por qué manosear las únicas palabras que Dios mismo escribió en un pedazo de Su trono?
Todos los diez mandamientos están repetidos en el Nuevo testamento. En adición a esto, nuestros motivos se han vuelto importantes. La ley ha sido magnificada.

Eternal Laws. Cristo no vino a cambiar la ley. En cambio Él nos mostró cuanto más se puede extender la ley en nuestras mentes y corazones. Esto incluye no solo lo que hacemos sino por qué lo hacemos. De esta forma, si nosotros regalamos billones de dólares porque queremos ser recordados en la historia o porque de alguna manera hacer esto nos beneficia, entonces Dios considera esto inútil. Él llama a esto sucio en un lugar.

"No penséis que he venido a abolir la ley o los profetas; No he venido a invalidar, sino a cumplir." (Mateo 5: 17)
¿Cómo Cristo cumplió la ley? Él observó la ley, la magnificó y la hizo honorable.
Os aseguro que mientras existan el cielo y la tierra, ni una letra, ni un punto de la Ley perecerá, sin que todo se cumpla." (Mateo 5: 18)
¿Ha sido todo cumplido? No. El pecado y los pecadores aún existen.
¿Han dejado de existir el cielo y la tierra? No. La tierra dejará de existir y será recreada Después del milenio, pero el cielo nunca será destruido. Por eso, la ley es eterna. Ni un mínimo de la ley cambiará hasta que el Nuevo cielo y la Nueva tierra existan.
Pero usted dice que hay leyes que fueron cambiadas. Oísteis que fue dicho a los antiguos: "Ojo por ojo, diente por diente". Pero yo os digo: No resistáis al malo... (Mateo 5: 38)
Esta ley no ha cambiado. Quien ha cambiado es la persona que administra la ira. Bajo una teocracia, la gente que es guiada por Dios administró este tipo de justicia. Desde que Dios no apoya más una teocracia en la tierra, tal juicio debe esperar por Dios. Hasta entonces el perdón y la misericordia es la regla por la cual vivimos.

Cristo vino a magnificar la ley. En lugar de abolirla, hizo las normas más fuertes. Odio e ira fueron lo mismo que matar. Lujuria fue lo mismo que adulterio.
Así que el pecado no Solo era ya lo que hacías, o lo que pensabas y por qué. Las acciones, los motivos, los deseos y el bien que ignorabas hacer están sujetos a juicio.

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Procura con diligencia presentarte a Dios aprobado, como obrero que no tiene de qué avergonzarse, que usa bien la palabra de verdad.   2 Timoteo 2: 15
Porque los ojos de Jehová contemplan toda la tierra, para mostrar su poder a favor de los que tienen corazón perfecto para con él. 2 Crónicas 16: 9
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Author: Laverna Patterson. Editor: Patterson (January 2008) Traductor: Myrna N. Arza