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11 ¿quién-es-el-ángel-del-señor

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11 ¿quién-es-el-ángel-del-señor

  1. 1. ¿Quién es el ángel del Señor? El ángel del Señor aparece durante el Antiguo Testamento y es probablemente Jesús antes de que Él naciera como un hombre. Durante el Antiguo Testamento (es la parte de la Biblia que habla antes de que naciera Jesús), el ángel del Señor aparece en tiempos especiales. Este ángel es distinto de otros ángeles, por ejemplo cuando la Biblia menciona “un ángel” o “un ángel del Señor”. Lee las siguientes historias de cuando el ángel del Señor apareció y ve sí puedes saber quien es Él. El ángel del Señor le apareció a Agar, ella le llamó “El Dios que me ve”. (Génesis 16:7-13; Génesis 21:17-19). El ángel del Señor detuvo a Abraham de matar a Isaac y dijo que iba a bendecir a Abraham. (Génesis 22:11-18) El ángel del Señor le apareció a Moisés en una zarza ardiendo y se reveló a sí mismo como Dios. (Éxodo 3-4). El ángel del Señor fue delante de los Israelitas en el desierto. (Éxodo 14:19). El ángel del Señor habló de juzgar la desobediencia de los Israelitas. (Jueces 2:1-4; 5:23). El ángel del Señor le apareció a Gedeón (Jueces 6:11-24). El ángel del Señor le apareció a Manoa y a su esposa, ellos tenían miedo porque “habían visto a Dios” (Jueces 13:3-23). El ángel del Señor reprendió a Satanás y cambio la ropa sucia de Josué por ropa limpia. (Zacarías 3) El ángel del Señor le habló a Dios, como otras personas lo hacen, y Él actuó como Dios. Un ángel no es Dios, así que el ángel del Señor parece ser una aparición de Dios! El ángel del Señor no aparece en el Nuevo Testamento (comienza con el nacimiento de Jesús), el ángel del Señor podría haber sido Jesús antes de ser hombre. Versículos Clave: “El es la imagen del Dios invisible, el primogénito de toda creación. Porque en El fueron creadas todas las cosas, tanto en los cielos como en la tierra, visibles e invisibles; ya sean tronos o dominios o poderes o autoridades; todo ha sido creado por medio de El y para El” (Colosenses 1:15-16). “quien está a la diestra de Dios, habiendo subido al cielo después de que Le habían sido sometidos ángeles, autoridades y potestades” (1 Pedro 3:22). ”siendo mucho mejor (llegando a ser superior a) los ángeles, por cuanto ha heredado un nombre más excelente que ellos” (Hebreos 1:4).
  2. 2. Who wrote the Bible? God used men to write the Bible and had them say exactly what He wanted. God gave the Bible to speak to us, so it's called "God's Word." Every word in the Bible's 66 smaller books comes from God. But He used many people to write His Word. The books of the Bible were written during hundreds of years by special people God chose, such as Moses, David, and Paul. God made sure the writers wrote everything He wanted them to say, without mistakes. He also made sure that all the writers taught the same message and ideas. Through the years, God has kept the Bible safe from being changed or messed up. Every word is true and helpful. The Bible is a precious gift from God. By reading it, we can know God and His plan for us. "All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work" (2 Timothy 3:16-17). "When we told you about the powerful coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, we were not telling just clever stories that someone invented. But we saw the greatness of Jesus with our own eyes. Jesus heard the voice of God, the Greatest Glory, when he received honor and glory from God the Father. The voice said, 'This is my Son, whom I love, and I am very pleased with him.' We heard that voice from heaven while we were with Jesus on the holy mountain. This makes us more sure about the message the prophets gave. It is good for you to follow closely what they said as you would follow a light shining in a dark place, until the day begins and the morning star rises in your hearts. Most of all, you must understand this: No prophecy in the Scriptures ever comes from the prophet's own interpretation. No prophecy ever came from what a person wanted to say, but people led by the Holy Spirit spoke words from God" (2 Peter 1:16-21, NCV).
  3. 3. Who wrote the Bible? God used men to write the Bible and had them say exactly what He wanted. God gave the Bible to speak to us, so it's called "God's Word." Every word in the Bible's 66 smaller books comes from God. But He used many people to write His Word. The books of the Bible were written during hundreds of years by special people God chose, such as Moses, David, and Paul. God made sure the writers wrote everything He wanted them to say, without mistakes. He also made sure that all the writers taught the same message and ideas. Through the years, God has kept the Bible safe from being changed or messed up. Every word is true and helpful. The Bible is a precious gift from God. By reading it, we can know God and His plan for us. "All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work" (2 Timothy 3:16-17). "When we told you about the powerful coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, we were not telling just clever stories that someone invented. But we saw the greatness of Jesus with our own eyes. Jesus heard the voice of God, the Greatest Glory, when he received honor and glory from God the Father. The voice said, 'This is my Son, whom I love, and I am very pleased with him.' We heard that voice from heaven while we were with Jesus on the holy mountain. This makes us more sure about the message the prophets gave. It is good for you to follow closely what they said as you would follow a light shining in a dark place, until the day begins and the morning star rises in your hearts. Most of all, you must understand this: No prophecy in the Scriptures ever comes from the prophet's own interpretation. No prophecy ever came from what a person wanted to say, but people led by the Holy Spirit spoke words from God" (2 Peter 1:16-21, NCV).

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