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Jesús Cómo me gusta llamar a su nombre – Jesus How I Love To Call Your Name Like

Jesús (Jesús)
Oh Jesús (Jesús)
Oh como me encanta
Para llamar a su nombre
Oooh Jesús (Jesús)
Oh dulce Jesús
Todos los días tu nombre es el mismo

Cuando mis problemas me rodean
Y no tuve que dispare
Señor, usted me dijo
Que estarás ahí

Parece que todos mis problemas
Acababa de comenzar
No tuve que preocuparme mas
Ya estaban ganados.

OoooOh Jesús (Jesús)
Oh Jesús
Oh como me encanta
Llamando tu nombre
Ooooh, Jesús
Oh dulce Jesús
Oh todos los dias
Tu nombre es el mismo

(Letras de Shirley Ceasar)


Jesus (Jesus)
oh Jesus (Jesus)
oh how I love
to call your name
oooh Jesus (Jesus)
oh sweet Jesus
everyday your name is the same

when my troubles surround me
and i didn’t have to dispare
lord you told me
that you’ll be right there

it seems like all my problems
had just begun
i didn’t have to worry no more
they were already won.

ooooOh Jesus (Jesus)
oh Jesus
oh how I love
calling your name
ooooh Jesus
oh sweet Jesus
oh every day
your name is the same

(Lyrics by Shirley Ceasar)

“Un rezo del Año Nuevo para Yourself” or “A New Year’s Prayer for Yourself” 2

Dios te moldeará a Su imagen cada vez más en el próximo año.
Para el crecimiento espiritual y el avivamiento en su vida personalmente.
Dios ordenará tus pasos y te dirigirá. Demasiado a menudo vamos en piloto automático. Nunca conocerás Su voluntad para tu vida si no la sabes por tu día. Buscadlo todos los días y Él os dirigirá.
Usted ajustará sus habilidades de escucha con Dios. Tome tiempo diariamente para escuchar esa voz pequeña y tranquila.
Serás obediente al llamado de Dios en tu vida. A medida que El te conduce, no importa lo asustadizo que pueda ser, toma el salto de fe.
Dios le dará un espíritu de autocontrol. Una vida completamente rendida permanecerá lejos de las cosas que serán una piedra de tropiezo. Diariamente buscan agradar a Dios con sus opciones y deseos.
Usted encontrará su lugar en el Reino de Dios. ¿Cuándo es la última vez que se registró con Dios para asegurarse de que todavía están en Su voluntad en lo que están gastando su tiempo haciendo. Es posible que Dios te haya llamado para enseñar en la escuela dominical en un momento dado, pero desea que te enfoques en la evangelización o tal vez en el ministerio juvenil. La clave es preguntarle cuál es su voluntad para tu vida.
(De: wnop Boletín de noticias)


God will mold you in His image more and more in the coming year.
for spiritual growth and revival in your life personally.
God will order your steps and direct you. Too often we go on autopilot.  You will never know His will for your life if you don’t know it for your day.  Seek him daily and He will direct you.
you will fine-tune your listening skills with God.  Take time daily to listen for that still, small voice.
you will be obedient to God’s calling in your life. As He leads you, no matter how scary it may be, take the leap of faith.
God will give you a spirit of self-control. A completely surrendered life will stay far away from things that will be a stumbling block.  Daily seek to please God with your choices and desires.
you will find your place in God’s Kingdom.  When is the last time you checked in with God to make sure you are still in His will in what you are spending your time doing.  God may have called you to teach Sunday school at one point, but desires you to focus on outreach or perhaps youth ministry.  The key is to ask Him what is His will for your life.
(From: wnop Newsletter)

A reminder from ARCSite: Great Prayer Process for Christians and Bible Believers to know. 1

If you are someone who believes in the Christian Bible and praying, then the following information will be of great help to you and others.

There is a process we can all follow when praying to achieve real results. The process include some Christian Bible Scriptures that are relevant to the pattern presented here. During your personal prayer session, if you spend five minutes, for example, praying with each point mentioned in this presentation in mind, then you will most likely have spent about 60-70 minutes in praying in during your prayer session.

Praise. In the Christian Bible, Psalms 34 verse 1, Psalm 63 verse 3 and Psalm 150 verse 6 in the Old Testament refer to this point. You will also see related information at Hebrews 13 verse 15 in the New Testament. Praise simple refers to starting your prayer session with praise to Jesus.

Kingdom Praying. We can find a related scripture for this point at Matthew 6 verse 33 in the Bible. Basically, this means paying more attention to the priorities of the Church or Christian Ministry rather than on our own needs. By doing so, we can expect God to help us solve our human daily problems or needs because we have taken care of his Church needs first.

Forgiveness and Confession of Sins. Read Matthew 6 verses 14-15 and Psalms 139 verses 23-24 for related scriptures on this point. Pastors and Church Leaders will often tell Christians that an unforgiving mind-set or spirit will most certainly hinder us from receiving answers to our own prayers.

Petition. According to this point, some will say prayers of petition should always include willingness to accept God’s will, even if he answers the prayer or not. Read Matthew 6 verses 9-13 and James 4 verses 2-3 for related scriptures. For my experience, the will of God must always prevail over all prayer requests base on human knowledge, current situation or experience.

Intercession. This is similar to Kingdom Praying mentioned above. Matthew 9 verses 37-38 and I Timothy 2 verses 1-2 have helpful scriptural information about this point. Intercession is simply about praying for the needs of others, for example, the poor, homeless, sick, unemployed and others.

Bible Reading. For my experience, some have found this to be unusual or surprising during a prayer session. However, if we read 2 Timothy 3 verse 16 we will discover that this should not be so. If you are a regular bible reader, you will know or eventually discover, that God can and will speak to Believers through his divine word – the Christian Holy Bible.

Meditation. Many people I know like this very much. Some even prefer to do this than pray at all. Psalms 1 verses 1-2 and Psalms 77 verse 12 have more information on this. Meditation is just quiet focusing on and dwelling on the things in your life that are related to the bible and why we need to pray. From meditation, we can achieve greater insight, knowledge understanding of many issues that may be bothering us.

Thanksgiving. We know that praise is important but so is thanksgiving. This is focusing on all things that we are thankful for in our lives and that of our families, neighbors and friends. This often include things that are not pleasant because the Bible says we are to give thanks for all things at all times.

Praying the Word of God. I have always given special attention to doing this during my time to pray. Praying the word of God from the bible is very powerful praying because we are saying what God said or what was stated through his apostles, prophets and others from the Old and New Testaments. Read John 15 verse 7 for scriptural related information. By praying the word, we can repeat and claim God’s divine promises to all humans and Christians for our situations in life.

Singing. This is another unusual point during our prayer time. However, the famous scripture Psalm 100 verse 1 and Ephesians 5 verses 19 will help us understand why we do this. At our Church, we often sing at the start of our Services to invite the presence of God in our hearts and minds. Therefore, it helps to do likewise in our special private prayer session.

Listening. We often focused on praying for what we want or desire, for others needs and and so. However, very few of us really listen to hear from God after we pray. This is not a simple matter. It will require a sincere heart and mind that is focused on really hearing from God and accepting what he will say to our minds or hearts from our praying. Read 1 Kings 19 verses 11-12 for information.

Praise. As it was in the beginning, so it should be towards the end of our prayer session. Read Matthew 6 verse 13 for more information. After we have done all of the above, we again need to praise God for his presence and blessings in our lives.

In ending, some may not follow the exact process above when praying. However, when we do it will produce better results. At no time can we pray without confessing our sins and with forgiveness in our hearts. We must learn to listen to God and accept his will in from our answered prayers.
( Inspired Information from the “Prayer Wheel” from )

To the Lord… “It is a good thing…” 8

It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord, and to sing praises unto thy name, O Most High:
To shew forth thy lovingkindness in the morning, and thy faithfulness every night,
Upon an instrument of ten strings, and upon the psaltery; upon the harp with a solemn sound.
For thou, Lord, hast made me glad through thy work: I will triumph in the works of thy hands.
O Lord, how great are thy works! and thy thoughts are very deep.

A brutish man knoweth not; neither doth a fool understand this.
When the wicked spring as the grass, and when all the workers of iniquity do flourish; it is that they shall be destroyed for ever:
But thou, Lord, art most high for evermore.
For, lo, thine enemies, O Lord, for, lo, thine enemies shall perish; all the workers of iniquity shall be scattered.
But my horn shalt thou exalt like the horn of an unicorn: I shall be anointed with fresh oil.

Mine eye also shall see my desire on mine enemies, and mine ears shall hear my desire of the wicked that rise up against me.
The righteous shall flourish like the palm tree: he shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon.
Those that be planted in the house of the Lord shall flourish in the courts of our God.
They shall still bring forth fruit in old age; they shall be fat and flourishing;
To shew that the Lord is upright: he is my rock, and there is no unrighteousness in him.
(From: Psalm 92 King James Version, KJV)

Every human being who has walked on the face of the earth was designed for a purpose by God. 6

What Is in Your Hand?
Every human being who has walked on the face of the earth was designed for a purpose by God.

“For thou hast possessed my reins: thou hast covered me in my mother’s womb. I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well. My substance was not hid from thee, when I was made in secret, and curiously wrought in the lowest parts of the earth. Thine eyes did see my substance, yet being unperfect; and in thy book all my members were written, which in continuance were fashioned, when as yet there was none of them” (Psalm 139:13-16).

“Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations” (Jeremiah 1:5).

Many times we feel inadequate and intimidated because we perceive that our talents are not worth much. However, God formed us, He gave the talents and He can use them for His purpose.

The Bible speaks of Dorcas whose abilities were with needle and thread. Yet she was so valuable to the church that she was raised from the dead to be able to continue her work.

Moses didn’t really have much when God called him to lead the children of Israel out of Egypt. Just a staff in his hand. That staff stretched across the waters of Egypt and they turned to blood. That staff pointed to the skies and called locusts, flies, frogs, darkness and sickness into the land of Egypt. That staff extended toward the Red Sea and it dried up the seabed and walled the water on either side.

Jael had a hammer and nail that God used to destroy the captain of the host of Jabin’s army! The victory of that battle was wrought by the hand of a mother at home in her tent.

A little slave girl with only brush in her hand to minister to her master’s wife was instrumental in bringing forth a great miracle in the life of Namaan.

The widow of Zarapath had only a little oil and meal, but it sustained the prophet of God throughout the famine because she was willing to be obedient.

We have been passed a legacy of truth. What you hold in your hand may not seem like much in your own eyes. However, God has put it into our hand and it can be used to carry on the work of God and preserve the legacy for future generations.

Though it doesn’t appear to be much, use what God has placed in your hand to fulfill His purpose in your life!

(From: What Is in Your Hand? by Linda Gleason – Ladies Ministries President – Ladies Ministries UPCI Newsletter)