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Nimeni nu te ascultă?


Nimeni nu te ascultă când ești omul nehotărât. 

Nimeni nu te mai ia în serios, dacă toată ziua te ții de gume.

Și mulți își vor pierde încrederea atunci când nu te ții de cuvânt.

Oare ce înseamnă să ai încredere completă în cineva?

Nici în părinți nu mai poți avea încredere – în general privitor la secrete –  deaceea nu are rost să mă gândesc la prieteni. Toți ajung să dezamăgească, să te uite. Și același lucru îl facem fiecare.

Puțini oameni mai sunt de încredere, gata să renunțe la ei ca să te pună pe tine  mai presus. Parcă ai fi dispus să vinzi totul ca să stai aproape de un astfel de prieten, dar e aproape un gest egoist să faci asta. Să profiți de prietenia altuia nu este bine, deși ai momente când chiar nu mai ai pe nimeni care să simtă cu sufletul tău și ai nevoie să te sprijinești pe umărul cuiva.

Să ai încredere în cineva înseamnă să ai sentimentul că ești acasă atunci când ești/vorbești cu el, înseamnă să ai o anumită pace și liniște sufletească lângã el. Cam imposibile lucruri…, parcă vorbesc despre cele cerești, despre lucruri prea departe de noi.

Se întâmplă rar să avem prieteni. Haideți să îi apreciem pe cei de acum, pentru că lucrurile se schimbă si prietenii la fel.


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Posted by on September 27, 2014 in Cugetare, Provocare


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Voddie Baucham – Love and Marriage – Part 2

Love and Marriage – True Love

“I told you that I’m 36 years old. I’ve been maried since I was 20. So that means 16 years of marriage. That means all of my adult life. I don’t even know how it feels like to be a single adult. I don’t! When I try to think about that I cry, you know?”

Ephesians 5: 25 Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her 26 to make her holy, cleansing her by the washing with water through the word, 27 and to present her to himself as a radiant church, without stain or wrinkle or any other blemish, but holy and blameless. 28 In this same way, husbands ought to love their wives as their own bodies. He who loves his wife loves himself. 


What does it mean? This means that the man needs to be the first lover in the house!

“We have been lied to, and this is a problem. We have bought the greco-roman myth about love. Those who believe the Greco Roman myth, think that love is nothing more than a random, overwhelming, uncontrollable sensual force. The image of love is cupid. Those who believe the myth make some of the following statements: “We don’t choose who we fall in love with”; “This thing is bigger than both of us”; and “The heart wants what it wants.”


  • “Biblical Love is an act of the will accompanied by emotion that leads to action on behalf of its object. This love it is the one that lasts, it is stable, it is something that stays, it is something that will serve as a foundation on which a marriage can be built.”
  • “The greco-roman myth is not so. You cannot build a solid marriage on the greco-roman myth. It doesn’t work. That is why you get people walking away from each other that say: “We just felt out of love.The Greco-Roman model is too fickle for marriage.”

“You’re not always going to feel like loving someone. Learning to love is a work of sanctification – it is not learned intuitively.”

“The heart is just a muscle that pumps blood; that’s all it is. When we see that word in the Bible, it is only used in figurative means. In hebrew language it reffers to your volition, to your will. So we love as an act of our will. It is a choice! Love is accompanied by emotion. That means it is not lead by emotion. If it is lead by emotion, it is a Rollercoaster, and you’re in trouble!

If you have bought the lie of this greco-roman myth, my prayer for you is that you wake up, and open your eyes. That you will shake yourself loose from that lie.”

Voddie Baucham – sermon excerpts

Love and Marriage – Part 1 – In the Beginning

Love and Marriage – Part 3 – The Other Half


Posted by on January 5, 2014 in Familie, Predici


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Voddie Baucham – Love and Marriage – Part 1

Love and Marriage – In the Beginning

“It is one thing to know what you like, and another to know what you need”

“The Lord God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him.” Genesis 2:18


Marriage is God’s ideea! That means it is a good thing! And if it is God’s ideea, we should think about it in God’s way.

“If I believe that marriage is all about me and my happiness, then when I’m not happy anymore I walk away!” I’ve heard this so many times, and it is so wrong!

Marriage is God’s ideea. He’s the one who’s determining it’s purposes. And He’s the one who creates in us a yearning for it. Don’t you dare go around being ashamed because you want what God designed you for!

God desires to give you the best. Here’s the problem: we have no idea what that means. “The best”, our culture says, is: the one with the right degree, from the right school so that he will have the right job, selected with the right house, in the right neighbourhood. The best girl is that who looks like …

Marriage isn’t always easy, but it is always good.

“We found out that the money, the succes, the mortgage… , those are not the ones that constitute ‘the good days’. The good days are when we look one another in the eye, and each of us know that the other isn’t going anywhere. And that there is no place that either of us would rather be.”

Voddie Baucham – sermon excerpts


Voddie Baucham – Love and Marriage – Part 2


Posted by on January 4, 2014 in Familie, Predici


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