Sentido de gran urgencia

May 24, 2020Español

Martin Luther King Jr. dijo: “Ahora nos enfrentamos con el hecho, mis amigos, de que el mañana es hoy. Nos enfrentamos a la gran urgencia del ahora”. Una gran urgencia golpea a Cleofás y su compañero al final del día. Lucas dice: “Se levantaron y regresaron de inmediato a Jerusalén. Allí encontraron a los Once … Read More

 “Ustedes son la luz del mundo…” Mateo 5:14

May 18, 2020Español

Cuando emigré a los Estados Unidos en el año 1994 desde la República Dominicana, tenía 13 años viviendo en la ciudad del Bronx, Nueva York. No hablaba ni entendía el idioma inglés en ese momento. Fui discriminado muchas veces por personas de raza blancas, negras e hispanas (Oscuridad. Ten paciencia conmigo, lo entenderás más tarde). … Read More

May 10: Resurrection Thinking

May 11, 2020Daily Reading

Luke 24:13-35 Why the two disciples were going to Emmaus we are not sure but we can reasonably assume that they were familiar with the place. It provided some sort of safe haven, a place to try to make sense of what was happening; a place to process. We all need such places don’t we. … Read More

Lucas 24: 13-35

May 7, 2020Español

Lucas 24: 13-35 Juan 6: 34-35 “Señor”, dijeron, “danos el pan nuestro de cada día”. Jesús respondió: “Yo soy el pan de vida”. Lucas 24:35 nos golpea con una nueva realidad. Cleofás y el otro seguidor de Jesús afirman que fue el momento en que Jesús partió y les dio pan que sus ojos fueron … Read More

May 7: Hospitality

May 7, 2020Daily Reading

Sabrina Gissendanner My parents were the gracious hosts in our family. They knew how to make people feel welcome and comfortable in their home. Mom loved to cook so there was always plenty of good food to share. I believe the Lord refreshed many hearts as my parents broke bread with various people they hosted … Read More

May 6: Everyday Resurrection: How is your foundation?

May 6, 2020Daily Reading

Elder Diane Huff “Everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall because it had its foundation on the … Read More

May 5: Who is in Your Boat?

May 6, 2020Daily Reading

Elder Jay Grandin Matthew 14:22-36 Hello Cornerstone Family, I hope and pray that all are as well as can be in these challenging times and that you and your family are staying healthy. My devotional today is focused on Jesus and his disciples and the familiar Bible passage of Jesus walking on water and being … Read More

May 4: God’s Kisses

May 6, 2020Daily Reading

By Elder Pat Hein During World War II, Corrie Ten Boom was imprisoned in a German concentration camp. The gloom and rain outside added to the inmates’ despair. The prisoners were called out to stand at attention before their captors. As Corrie waited in formation, damp and chilled, her eyes strayed to a lone red … Read More

¿No reconocieron a Jesús?

May 4, 2020Español

A menudo estoy mirando en la dirección equivocada. Me pierdo “uno millón de veces” por estar concentrado en el camino por delante y no prestar atención a la calle donde debía de doblar. Vamos, ¿no soy el único culpable de no haber reconocido esa entrada de no haber hecho esa derecha o esa izquierda? Así … Read More