stability of all buildings depends directly on the quality and solidity
of its foundations. Thats why the Lord Jesus and the apostles place
a lot of emphasis on the foundation of the Church.
---The Lord Jesus, when concluding his Sermon
on the Mount, said that the wise man built on the rock. Later on, he himself
-the wisest Man- said to Peter that he would build his Church on the Rock
- the revelation that the Father gave to Peter. Paul, the expert builder,
wrote that there is just one foundation and that is Christ; and Peter,
the blessed receiver of the Father's revelation, said in his first epistle:
"Coming unto him, the living stone
you are built up."
---Today, like yesterday, the Lord Jesus
Christ continues building on this foundation: His Person and His Work.
He -in his varied aspects and forms- is enough guarantee that what is
built upon Him can remain - and in fact, it will remain.
---In this edition, we have included some
articles that show the great wealth that this topic has from diverse perspectives.
We give thanks to the Lord for the contribution of ministers from diverse
countries who add to this beautiful task of building the Church through
the written word. Recently, in our International Conference, we had the
pleasure of meeting and making intimate bonds with others. Thank God for
allowing us to access the wealth that he himself has put in his Church.
foundations of the house of God
The author recognizes the existence of eight essential foundations,
on which the house of God should be built. Romeu Bornelli.
The Word of God speaks about salvation in three stages
and at three different times. Gino Iafrancesco.
crossing of the Jordan
The attitude of Israel before the Red Sea and the river
Jordan show us two forms of walking before God. Gonzalo Sepúlveda.
Paul's original vision about Christ and the Church was completed
while he was in jail in Rome. Eliseo Apablaza.
is His name?
Christ. Harry Foster.
from God's point of view
A frank and Scriptural teaching about the true meaning
of sex. Fred Malir.
Tasters from the King's table
Our reader's letters