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LA VICTORIA ES DE DIOS!!!

🎉Estamos de Fiesta 🥳Para la Gloria y Honra de nuestro Señor 🙌🏼🔥ICCJ Celebra 1️⃣0️⃣ años en Victoria🔥”10 Años, donde hemos visto el respaldo, la mano, el poder, el sustento, EL AMOR Y MUCHO MÁS de Dios en cada etapa de nuestra casa.🙌🏼Juntos queremos comenzar esta nueva etapa que viene Adorando a nuestro SEÑOR Y CREADOR 🙌🏼Te invitamos a que seas parte de esta gran celebración el Próximo Sábado 2/20 @ 7:30pm y Domingo 2/21 @11am en nuestro templo 3062 Michigan Ave. Kissimmee, FL 34744. TE ESPERAMOS!!

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No Other Name

What’s in a Name?

In 1591, these famous words were scrolled onto the pages of Act 2, Scene 2 in William Shakespeare’s masterpiece ‘Romeo and Juliet’. And since that time, the phrase has resounded from the lips of men and women for centuries.

So, what is in a name? Well, what I do know is that names are significant. They carry with them heritage and lineage, they carry influence and stature, and we can all agree that no other name in history has carried eternal significance like the name of Jesus.

It is our deepest prayer that each and every service, song, event and gathering in churches the world over is marked by no other name than the name of JESUS. He is the name above all names. It is His name that brings healing, wholeness, restoration, peace, purpose, significance and meaning to everything we do. He is the head of the Church, the cornerstone of our lives and the only name at which we bow our knee.

Let us be reminded daily that nothing is impossible for Him. There is NO OTHER NAME – JESUS.

Acts 4:12

Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.

Reference: Hillsong Worship

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COVID19

A todos los miembros y visitas de Iglesia Cristiana Ciudad de Justicia.

Nuestra prioridad es y siempre serán los miembros y las personas que cada semana nos visitan. Por lo tanto, creemos conveniente y obedeciendo a las peticiones específicas del CDC, (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) estamos suspendiendo nuestros servicios en nuestras instalaciones hasta nuevo aviso.

Pero creemos en la importancia de fortalecernos como iglesia y más en tiempos de crisis, por lo tanto, estaremos conectados con cada uno de ustedes a través de la transmisión de nuestros servicios en línea, no dejemos de estar conectados, nuestra salud espiritual es vital para este tiempo y el único lugar seguro está en Dios y Su Palabra.

Por favor Infórmese correctamente y no preste su oído a todo lo que se dice, porque así estará dando lugar al temor, solo vaya a las últimas actualizaciones oficiales y medidas preventivas con respecto a COVID-19 consulte la página web de CDC.

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DESCUBRIR EL PODER Y EL AMOR DE JESÚS

S. Marcos 5:21-43

Pasando otra vez Jesús en una barca a la otra orilla, se reunió alrededor de él una gran multitud; y él estaba junto al mar. Y vino uno de los principales de la sinagoga, llamado Jairo; y luego que le vio, se postró a sus pies, y le rogaba mucho, diciendo: Mi hija está agonizando; ven y pon las manos sobre ella para que sea salva, y vivirá.

Fue, pues, con él; y le seguía una gran multitud, y le apretaban. Pero una mujer que desde hacía doce años padecía de flujo de sangre, y había sufrido mucho de muchos médicos, y gastado todo lo que tenía, y nada había aprovechado, antes le iba peor, cuando oyó hablar de Jesús, vino por detrás entre la multitud, y tocó su manto. Porque decía: Si tocare tan solamente su manto, seré salva. Y en seguida la fuente de su sangre se secó; y sintió en el cuerpo que estaba sana de aquel azote. Luego Jesús, conociendo en sí mismo el poder que había salido de él, volviéndose a la multitud, dijo: ¿Quién ha tocado mis vestidos? Sus discípulos le dijeron: Ves que la multitud te aprieta, y dices: ¿Quién me ha tocado? Pero él miraba alrededor para ver quién había hecho esto. Entonces la mujer, temiendo y temblando, sabiendo lo que en ella había sido hecho, vino y se postró delante de él, y le dijo toda la verdad. Y él le dijo: Hija, tu fe te ha hecho salva; ve en paz, y queda sana de tu azote.

Mientras él aún hablaba, vinieron de casa del principal de la sinagoga, diciendo: Tu hija ha muerto; ¿para qué molestas más al Maestro? Pero Jesús, luego que oyó lo que se decía, dijo al principal de la sinagoga: No temas, cree solamente. Y no permitió que le siguiese nadie sino Pedro, Jacobo, y Juan hermano de Jacobo. Y vino a casa del principal de la sinagoga, y vio el alboroto y a los que lloraban y lamentaban mucho. Y entrando, les dijo: ¿Por qué alborotáis y lloráis? La niña no está muerta, sino duerme. Y se burlaban de él. Mas él, echando fuera a todos, tomó al padre y a la madre de la niña, y a los que estaban con él, y entró donde estaba la niña. Y tomando la mano de la niña, le dijo: Talita cumi; que traducido es: Niña, a ti te digo, levántate. Y luego la niña se levantó y andaba, pues tenía doce años. Y se espantaron grandemente. Pero él les mandó mucho que nadie lo supiese, y dijo que se le diese de comer.

No importa quiénes seamos, la vida está llena de altibajos. Hay buenos momentos y tiempos difíciles, elecciones y reglas, ocasiones para la celebración y momentos de desesperación. Lo que hacemos y a quién nos dirigimos en estos altibajos puede marcar la diferencia en el mundo.

En este pasaje nos presentamos a una joven y a una mujer que tienen historias muy diferentes, pero se encuentran en circunstancias similares. Uno de ellos, un niño moribundo de doce años cuyo padre era líder de la sinagoga local, provenía de una familia que habría sido respetada y valorada en la comunidad. La otra, una mujer que había sufrido de sangrado constante durante doce años era una parias sociales que era pobre y considerada “impura” por su comunidad. Ambos necesitaban ayuda desesperadamente. Ambos fueron cambiados dramáticamente por el poder y el amor de Jesús.

Al mirar la forma en que Jesús manejó estas circunstancias, podemos aprender mucho acerca de quién es Dios, cómo es realmente y cómo quiere que le respondamos. Jairo y la mujer dieron un paso de fe hacia Jesús, y todos tenemos la misma oportunidad en nuestra vida de hoy.

HOY TE PREGUNTAMOS…

¿Qué crees que es la fe?

¿Es importante la fe en nuestra vida? ¿por qué?

¿Qué es lo que más te llama la altura en este pasaje?

Si fueras una de las personas de la multitud en este pasaje, ¿cuál sería una pregunta que te hubiera gustado hacerle a Jesús?

¿Cuáles son algunas de las cosas que este pasaje revela acerca de quién es Jesús?

ESCRIBENOS TUS RESPUESTAS EN LOS COMENTARIOS!!

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Make an Impact!

The Old Testament, in particular, reveals the frailty and sensitivity of the people that God uses. It humanizes faith and shows how God uses people who make mistakes and bad decisions. The church acts as if a person who made a mistake or a bad decision is disqualified forever. However, Scripture is clear that God chose people who made mistakes and had patience with people that we choose not to deal with.

Thus, we have Tamar, the wife of Judah’s oldest son, Er. However, God killed Er before Tamar could conceive. Old Testament Law declared that if the eldest brother died, his wife would be given to the next oldest living brother as part of his responsibility to legitimize her. Onan, Judah’s second son, had intercourse with Tamar, but spilled his seed on the ground.

God killed Onan for wasting his seed. Onan aborted his purpose. God is interested in purpose. As long as you fulfill your purpose, God will put up with a whole lot. Not all things may be good, but they will work together for good for those who are called to purpose…

All Onan wanted was inspiration without impartation. Most ministries today are like Onan; they are more concerned about crowd reaction than about real impartation. God hates inspiration without impartation. He does not want us to go through the motions and have nothing left. When God passes by, He wants to leave us with something on the inside that stays after a one-time experience. He does not want us to spend an evening with Him and have nothing to show for it. When God sends His seed out, it ought to cause pregnancy to occur wherever it goes. He wants us to leave His presence full! Onan went for the fun of it and not for the seed of it – and God killed him!

Onan did not make an impact. He was more interested in having fun than making impact. When you spill seed, your actions bring curses on you. You cannot bear fruit through wasted seed. There can be no harvest with wasted seed. Do you want to make an impact?

GENESIS 38:1-10

It came to pass at that time that Judah departed from his brothers, and visited a certain Adullamite whose name was Hirah. And Judah saw there a daughter of a certain Canaanite whose name was Shua, and he married her and went in to her. So she conceived and bore a son, and he called his name Er. She conceived again and bore a son, and she called his name Onan. And she conceived yet again and bore a son, and called his name Shelah. He was at Chezib when she bore him.

Then Judah took a wife for Er his firstborn, and her name was Tamar. But Er, Judah’s firstborn, was wicked in the sight of the Lord, and the Lord killed him. And Judah said to Onan, “Go in to your brother’s wife and marry her, and raise up an heir to your brother.” But Onan knew that the heir would not be his; and it came to pass, when he went in to his brother’s wife, that he emitted on the ground, lest he should give an heir to his brother. And the thing which he did displeased the Lord; therefore He killed also.

ALSO READ: Isaiah 64:6-8, Mark 4:26-29 & II Corinthians 9:10

Ref: There is More In You By T.D. Jakes

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Why We Suffer

When we suffer, we seek answers. Perhaps it’s the desire to regain some semblance of control over circumstances that remind us of our utter powerlessness in certain realities. Or, maybe it’s just our human longing to believe that everything happens for a reason; we believe that all the details of our lives should fit together like puzzle pieces revealing significance beyond anything we can see from our surface perspective. 

For those of us who trust in the goodness and sovereignty of God, this compelling need to understand why certain events occur is no less stringent. Even as we cling to the promises of divine truth, we scrutinize our natural world for answers that require supernatural solutions. Somehow we inherently believe that if we can understand the motivation and contextualization of our crisis, then we can contain it, reduce it, and eliminate it. 

Rarely do we glean the understanding or revelatory insight we crave in the midst of our suffering. From my own experience and the privilege of walking alongside others during their most painful losses, I’ve learned that grieving is not the time to look for answers; it takes all your energy just to survive the turbulence of the loss. And truth be told, there is no philosophical or theological comprehension that can adequately articulate the pain radiating from one whose soul cries out in silent sorrow. 

How is it that the righteous suffer? Throughout the history of humankind, we have wrestled with the “why” behind our losses. Across the pages of the Bible, we see this question posed again and again. Even the psalmist contemplated why the wicked seem to prosper while the faithful suffer. Answering this question is crucial to your recovery from life’s crushing blows. 

For, you see, the difference between pruning and punishment is intention. It’s not figuring out how one suffers something different than someone else – it’s looking at why they suffer. Both sufferings look and feel almost the same. For Mary gazing up a Golgotha, she saw two men being crucified beside her son, screaming, bleeding and crying out in the delirious spasms of excruciating pain. Despite their resemblance, there was a crucial difference: two were being punished, and one was being pruned.

Reference: Crushing “God Turns Pressure into Power” -Bishop T.D. Jakes

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ATENCION!!!

IT IS ORDERED:

Section 1. Non-Essential Travel and Safety Measures.

In the interest of preserving the public health and safety, individuals are ordered not to leave the premises of their primary residence or domicile except to conduct certain necessary activities, while practicing social distancing where practical, which include, but are not limited to the following:

A. Basic Needs

Visiting a health or veterinary care professional, obtaining medical supplies or medication, obtaining financial or legal services, obtaining food, grocery items or other household consumer products and products necessary to maintain the safety and sanitation of residences or buildings (whether commercial, office or industrial),minimum activities necessary to maintain the value of inventory, preserve plant and equipment condition, ensure security, process payroll and employee benefits and facilitate employees working remotely, for personal use or for use by others, including, without limitation, services related to providing food, groceries, household
products, health services, shelter, care or assistance to minors, the elderly, dependents, persons with disabilities, other persons needing assistance, friends, family members, pets or animals; attendance at public meetings or other government purposes; and for other like or similar purposes related to any of the foregoing.

B. Physical Activity and Exercise.

Engaging in outdoor activities and recreation, including, without limitation, golfing, walking, hiking, running, cycling, using scooters, roller skates, skateboards, or other personal mobility devices.

C. Travel related to Basic Needs and Physical Activity

Travel to and from an individual’s principal residence or domicile related to any of the basic needs described in Section 1(a) above, or physical activity and exercise described in Section 1(b) above.

D. Travel related to the Provision or Receipt of Essential Services.

Travel necessary for the provision or receipt of essential services described in Section 2, including employees, volunteers, and service recipients of these services.

E. Other Travel.

Travel to and from transportation facilities or hubs, airports, bus and train stations, and travel to return home from outside jurisdictions.

Section 2.Non-Essential Businesses and Essential Businesses.

A. All Non- essential retail and commercial businesses are hereby ordered temporarily closed including but not limited to whether indoors or outdoors, locations with amusement rides, carnivals, water parks, pools, zoos, except for drive through experience where visitors do not leave the vehicle, museums, arcades, fairs, children’s play centers, playgrounds, theme parks, bowling alleys, pool halls, movie and other theaters, concert and music halls, country clubs, social clubs and fraternal organizations.

B. The following retail and commercial businesses are deemed essential, andmay remain open:

(1) Healthcare providers, including, but not limited to, hospitals,
doctors’ and dentists’ offices, urgent care centers, clinics, rehabilitation facilities, physical therapists, mental health professionals, psychiatrists, therapists, pharmacies, veterinarians and animal care providers;


(2) Grocery stores, farmers’ markets, farm and produce stands,
supermarkets, food banks, convenience stores, and other establishments engaged in the retail sale of canned food, dry goods, fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh meats, fish, and poultry, and any other household consumer products (such as cleaning and personal care products). This authorization includes stores that sell groceries and other non-grocery
products, and products necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operations of residences;

(3) Food cultivation, including farming, livestock, and fishing;

(4) Businesses that provide food, shelter, social services, and other
necessities of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise needy individuals. Hotels, motels and other housing providers;

(5) Newspapers, television, radio, and other media services;

(6) Gas stations;

(7) Auto-supply, auto-repair, related facilities, and towing services;

(8) Banks and related financial institutions, real estate and related
inspectors, insurance and title companies;

(9) Hardware and home improvement stores;

(10) Licensed contractors and other tradesmen, appliance repair
personnel, exterminators, and other service providers who provide services that are necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and other structures;

(11) Businesses providing mailing and shipping services, including post office boxes;

(12) Laundromats, dry cleaners, and laundry service providers;

(13) Restaurants and other facilities that prepare and serve food, but subject to the limitations and requirements under Federal, State or Local Emergency Orders. Schools and other entities that typically provide free food services to students or members of the public may continue to do so on the condition that the food is provided to students or members of the public on a pick-up and takeaway basis only. Schools and other entities that provide food services under this exemption shall not permit the food to
be eaten at the site where it is provided, or at any other gathering site;

(14) Businesses that supply office products needed for people to work from home;

(15) Businesses that sell medical equipment and supply providers. Also, businesses that supply other essential businesses with support and supplies necessary to operate, and which do not interact with the general public;

(16) Businesses that ship or deliver groceries, food, goods, or services directly to residences;

(17) Airlines, taxis, and other private transportation providers providing transportation services via automobile, truck, bus, or train;

(18) Home-based care for seniors, adults, or children;

(19) Assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and adult day care
centers, and senior residential facilities;

(20) Legal or accounting services and notaries public;

(21) Landscape and pool care businesses, including residential
landscape and pool care services, and maintenance of property, equipment and grounds of businesses whether or not currently open to the public;

(22) Childcare facilities providing services that enable employees
exempted in this Emergency Executive Order to work, as permitted. To the extent practical, childcare facilities shall operate under the following mandatory conditions:

a. Childcare shall take place in stable groups of ten (10) or
fewer people (inclusive of childcare providers for the
group);

b. Children and childcare providers shall not change from one
group to another; and

c. If more than one group of children is cared for at one
facility, each group shall be in a separate room, and groups
shall not mix or interact with each other;

(23) Businesses operating at an airport, government facility, or
government office;

(24) Pet supply stores;

(25) Logistics providers, including warehouses, trucking, consolidators, fumigators, and handlers;

(26) Telecommunications providers, including sales of computer or
telecommunications devices and the provision of home Telecommunications, to include private security businesses;

(27) Providers of propane or natural gas;

(28) Construction sites and related inspection services, irrespective of the type of building;

(29) Architectural, engineering, and land surveying services;

(30) Factories, manufacturing facilities, bottling plants, or other
industrial uses;

(31) Waste management services, including collection and disposal of waste;

(32) Businesses interacting with customers solely through electronic or telephonic means;

(33) Businesses delivering products via mailing, shipping, or delivery services;

(34) Office space and administrative support necessary to perform any of the above listed essential retail or commercial business activities;

(35) In addition to essential businesses listed above, any individuals that are employed in or working to maintain continuity of operations of the federal critical infrastructure sectors as more particularly described at http://www.cisa.gov/identifying-critical-infrastructure-during-covid-19. This link identifies a number of critical infrastructure sectors as vital to the United States including (1) healthcare and public benefits, (2) transportation systems and logistics, (3) communications, (4) water and wastewater, (5) food and agriculture, (6) nuclear reactors, hazardous materials and waste,
(7) other governmental facilities, operations and essential functions, (8) energy, (9) financial services, (10) commercial facilities, (11) emergency services, (12) defense industrial base, (13) critical manufacturing, (14) chemical, and (15) information technology. This exception only applies to individuals working in one of these critical infrastructure sectors while or during the course of employment in and performing their work in that sector.

(36) Golf courses for the benefit of physical activity.
(c) This Order does not affect or limit the operations of Osceola County, any
municipality, the Osceola County School District, any educational institution, whether public or private, or Federal office or facility, or any public utility, except that such entities shall endeavor to abide by the prohibitions or restrictions of any County, municipal, State or Federal Emergency Order, as applicable. (d)This Order does not limit the number of persons who may be physically present performing services at any location where an essential business is being conducted or operated, except as expressly set forth herein or otherwise governed by a State or Federal Order or regulation. Employers and employees of such essential businesses are urged to practice social distancing, such as keeping at least six (6) feet
apart and limiting group size to less than ten (10) people. (e) This Order does not limit religious or funeral services at any location, but all persons leading, performing or attending religious or funeral services are urged to
fully comply with all measures advised by the CDC, including limiting gatherings to not more than ten (10) people and practicing social distancing of at least six (6) feet between persons.

Section 3. Minimum Standards.

The provisions of this Emergency Executive Order shall serve as minimum standards, and shall not modify any powers possessed by municipalities to impose more stringent standards within their respective jurisdictions.

Section 4.Variances or Exceptions.

Any variances or exceptions to any prohibitions set forth in Section 1 or Section 2 shall be valid only when stated in writing signed under the aforementioned authority.

Section 5.Penalties.

Anyone who violates this Emergency Executive Order shall upon conviction be punished according to law and shall be subject to a fine not exceeding the sum of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00), or imprisonment in the County
jail for a period not exceeding sixty (60) days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.

Section 6. Severability.

Any provision of this Emergency Executive Order that conflicts with any Federal or State constitutional provision or law, including the State’s preemption of the regulation of firearms and ammunition codified in Section 790.33, Florida Statutes, or conflicts with or is superseded by an Executive Order issued by the President of the United States or the Governor of Florida, shall be deemed inapplicable and deemed to be severed from this Emergency Executive Order, with the remainder of the Emergency Executive Order remaining intact and in full force and
effect. Nothing in this Emergency Executive Order shall be interpreted as prohibiting retail or wholesale stores or vendors that currently sell sealed containers of alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption from continuing such sales for off-premises consumption.

Section 7.Effective Date; Expiration Date.

(a) This Emergency Executive Order shall become effective on March 26, 2020, at 11:00pm.

(b) This Emergency Executive Order shall expire on April 9, 2020, at 11:00pm.