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1.

GENUINA ADORACION:
OBEDIENCIA RADICAL.
GEN 22;5

2. Este pasaje describe la


magna prueba que
Jehova hizo a la fe de
Abraham.
3. Este haba esperado
muchos aos para el
nacimiento del hijo de
promesa.
4. Ahora Dios le pidi el
sacrificio de Isaac, su
nico hijo, el nacido por
un verdadero milagro, el
que sera heredero de las
promesas del pacto.
5. Los cananeos, vecinos
paganos, practicaban el
sacrificio de hijos como
prueba de su lealtad a
sus dioses. Sera tan leal
Abraham a su Dios como
los vecinos a los suyos?
6. El relato aclara que
Dios no deseaba el
sacrificio de Isaac sobre
el altar, sino la sumisin
completa de Abraham y
su disposicin de ofrecer
a su hijo a Dios.
7. Sin embargo, Abraham
obedeci, sin entender el
propsito ltimo de su
Dios.
8. Sren Kierkegaard
describe este evento en
su libro La Pureza del
Corazn Es el Desear Una
Sola Cosa.
9. Su tesis es que en esta
prueba Abraham lleg a
definir su deseo ms
caro, el deseo de una
sola cosa, el obedecer a
su Dios.
10. Kierkegaard entiende
que el deseo de obedecer
a Dios por encima de
todo lo dems es la
evidencia de un corazn
puro, no dividido.
11. La primera mencin
bblica (en la RVA y la
RVR-1960) del trmino
adoracin (hebreo,
shachah) se encuentra en
este pasaje.
12. Significa inclinarse, o
arrodillarse en una
postura de sumisin sin
reserva.
13. Hay cuatro trminos
hebreos que se traducen
adorar en el Antiguo
Testamento, pero ste es
el que se usa con mayor
frecuencia. Aparece en
noventa y siete
versculos.
14. Intro: Ill. principle of The
Law Of First
Mention. (Ill. Satan, Gen.
3; Egypt, Gen 12.) First
mention of the word
worship, v. 5, in the
Bible. This passage sets the
standard for what genuine
worship is all about.
15. The word worship
means, reverence or
devotion for a deity. It
comes from Anglo-Saxon
word weorthscipe,
meaning worth ship.
Means ascribing worth to
a person or object. When
we worship God, we are
saying God is worthy of all
my love, my attention and
my devotion. He is worthy
to receive all that I can
give Him.
16. The word translated
worship in verse 5 comes
from a Hebrew word that
means to bow down, to
prostrate oneself. In the
New Testament, worship
comes from a word that
means to kiss the hand in
a token of reverence. It
was used to refer to a dog
licking his masters hand.
It is an image of absolute
love and complete trust and
devotion.
17. Ill. People have some
strange ideas about
worship. Something that can
only be done in
church. Going to a church
and sitting quietly while
religious exercises are
conducted. A time of singing,
preaching, testifying and
shouting. Ill. We really
worshiped Sunday! Why,
our preacher didnt even
get to preach! Did genuine
worship take place? Ill. Our
service Sunday was so
sublime. The ministers
words were so touching,
everyone left the service
uplifted and
encouraged. Was that
genuine worship?
18. In these verses, we
are allowed to see genuine
worship fleshed out. In this
terrible time of testing,
Abraham shows us what
worship truly is. I want to
examine these verses and
preach about
the Qualities Of Genuine
Worship.
19. ADORACION ES
DEFINIDA
20. ADORACION ES
DESEADA
21. ADORACION ES
DEMANDADA
22. ADORACION ES
DISEADA- EN ESPIRITU Y
VERDAD
23. ADORACION
DEGENERADA
24. Everyone is created to be
a worshipper. Perverted or
Pagan worship results from
perverting the Scriptures.
25. The order of
Degeneration!
26. a. Worship of
SOVEREIGN GOD. right
adoration
27. b. Worship of SELF.
atheist
28. c. Worship of SECRET
KNOWLEDGE.
agnostic/gnostic
29. d. Worship of STONES.
idolator/adulterer
30. e. Worship of UNSEEN
SPIRITS. animist
31. Whatever holds your
minds ATTENTION and your
hearts AFFECTION.
32. It is our positive
RESPONSE to Gods
REVELATION. Genesis 17:1-
3
33. 1.Learnthattruefaithissure
tobetestedfaith.
34. 2.Learnthatalllovemustbe
subordinatedtoloveforGod.
35. 3.Learnthattheonlywayto
betrulystrongistohavefaithin
God.
36.

37. I. ADORACION
GENUINA ES SUMISION
38. GENESIS 22;1-2
39.22:1 Aconteci
despus de estas
cosas, que prob Dios
a Abraham, y le dijo:
Abraham. Y l
respondi: Heme aqu.
22:2 Y dijo: Toma
ahora tu hijo, tu nico,
Isaac, a quien amas, y
vete a tierra de
Moriah, y ofrcelo all
en holocausto sobre
uno de los montes que
yo te dir.
40. The context Gods
command was hard, hard
and unbelievable. Yet, it was
absolutely clear! God said
Go, worship and sacrifice
your son.
41. Ofrcelo all en
holocausto: Dios le dice
a Abraham que lo ofrezca
en holocausto. ste no
era un sacrificio vivo, sino
un sacrificio que se
mataba y despus se
quemaba completamente
ante Jehov.
42. Laadoracinpormediode
unaofrenda.Desdeelprincipio
laofrendaesunmodode
expresargratitudaDiosporsu
bondad,perotambinde
sumisinpersonal.
43. LaofrendaqueagradaaDios
esunaenlacuallomejores
ofrecidoaDios,comoenelcaso
deAbel.
44. LaofrendaqueAbrahamiba
aofrecerciertamenteeralo
mejor,lomsvaliosoparaly
Sara.Sinembargo,nodemor
niuninstanteenponeren
marchaelcumplimientodela
orden
45. Abraham did not hesitate;
he did as he was
commanded!
46. He did not seek excuses,
he got up early and he
went, v. 3.
47. A true heart for God is
marked by obedience, John
14:15, 14:21.
48. Nothing says that we are
His and that we love Him by
doing what He tells us to
do, 1 John 3:22-24; 5:2-3.
49. Worship is not only
something a person does;
worship is what we are!
Every obedient moment of
our lives is an act of worship.
(Ill. Attendance, tithing,
witnessing, praying, studying
the Bible, praise, etc.)
50. Prob Dios a
Abraham: esto no fue
tanto una prueba para
producir fe, sino una
prueba para revelar fe.
51. Dios edific a Abraham
lentamente, parte por
parte, ao por ao, hasta
ser un hombre de fe.
52. Ofrceloallenholocausto:
Estemandatofueespecialmente
difcilporquepareca
contradecirlapromesapreviade
Dios.
53. NoquDioshaba
prometidoqueenIsaacteser
llamadadescendencia(Gnesis
21:12)?
54. SiIsaacnohabatenidohijos
todavaparapasarlapromesa,
CmopodaAbrahammatarlo
ahora?Noestaramatandola
promesaqueDioslehaba
dado?
55. i.Abrahamtenaque
aprenderladiferenciaentre
confiarenlapromesayconfiar
enelquehacelapromesa.
56. Podemosponerlapromesa
deDiosanteDiosmismoy
sentirqueesnuestra
responsabilidadhacerquese
cumpla,aunsitenemosque
desobedeceraDiospara
hacerlo.
57. ii.Confaenelquehacela
promesa,paseloquepase,yla
promesasecumplir!
58. e.Sobreunodelosmontes
queyotedir:Habaunlugar
especficodondeDiosmandir
aAbraham,unsitioespecial
dondeestosucedera.Diosest
dirigiendocuidadosamenteen
cadadetalle.
59. f.Tunico,Isaac,aquien
amas:Esteeslaprimera
mencindeamorenlabiblia,y
eselamorentreunpadreyun
hijo,yestrelacionadoconla
ideadeunsacrificiodeunhijo.
60.

61. II. ADORACION


GENUINA ES
CONSTANTE Y
PERSEVERANTE.
62. GENESIS 22;3-4
63.22:3 Y Abraham se
levant muy de
maana, y enalbard
su asno, y tom
consigo dos siervos
suyos, y a Isaac su
hijo; y cort lea para
el holocausto, y se
levant, y fue al lugar
que Dios le dijo.
22:4 Al tercer da alz
Abraham sus ojos, y
vio el lugar de lejos.
64. Abrahams life is marked
by worship. Ill. His altars and
his worship.
65. In fact, Abraham had just
finished a time of worship
at Beersheba, Gen. 21:33.
66. He was enjoying a time of
blessing and prosperity and
he worshiped God.
67. He worshiped the Lord
when times were good. In
this passage, things take a
turn for the worse.
68. God and His ways are not
making sense, but Abraham
still worships Him!
69. Easy to worship God
when things are good. Not so
easy when hard times come!
Genuine worship looks
beyond the crisis of the hour
and sees a God Who is
worthy of worship regardless
of how life is going.
70. Genuine worship sees a
God Who is in control of all
the situations of life and it
bends the knee to
Him. Ill. Rom. 8:28; Psa.
37:23; 2 Cor. 12:7-11.
71. Far too many people are
looking for an excuse not to
worship.
72. Genuine worship sees the
hand of God in all of life and
loves Him through the good
and the bad.
73. Abraham est
confiando, aunque no es
lo que quiere hacer.
74. No hay ninguna lnea
en el texto de como se
sinti Abraham, no
porque no sinti nada,
sino porque caminaba por
fe; no por sentimientos.
75. Enalbardsuasno:Parece
queAbrahampersonalmente
enalbardsuasnoycortlea.
76. Aunquetenamuchos
sirvientesquepodanhaceresto
porl,Abrahammismolohizo
porqueaunensuedad
avanzada,tenamuchsima
energa.
77. c.FueallugarqueDiosle
dijo:Conobediencia
maravillosayconfiada,
Abrahamfuedirectamenteal
sitiopreciso.
78. Abrahamharaestoaunque
Dioslepidieraqueseofreciera
asmismoenvezdeIsaac.
79.

80. III. ADORACION


GENUINA ES
SEPARACION
81. GENESIS 22;5A
82.22:5 Entonces dijo
Abraham a sus
siervos: Esperad aqu
con el asno
83. When they arrived at the
mountain, Abraham
separated himself from every
worldly care and went to
worship.
84. Abraham came ready to
worship and he let others
take care of worldly matter.
85. Genuine worship shuts
the world out and separates
itself unto the Lord.
86. Too often our worship is
contaminated and controlled
by the world.
87. Genuine worship should
be the first priority of our
lives.
88. We should do nothing else
until we have worshiped Him!
(Ill. Jesus Mark 1:35;
6:46; John 6:15) (Ill.Psa.
5:3) (Ill. I am too busy not to
pray!)
89. Ill. Worldly concerns
contaminate our public
worship too. Church is not
the place to catch up on
gossip; do your nails; figure
your checkbook; show off
your clothes; fix your hair;
talk to your neighbor; look for
fault; cause trouble, etc.
90. when we enter this place
we should come for the sole
purpose of worship!

91. IV. ADORACION


GENUINA ES
SACRIFICIO-COSTOSA
OBEDIENCIA RADICAL
92. GENESIS 22;5B
93.y yo y el muchacho
iremos y adoraremos
94. This worship was going to
cost Abraham very dearly. He
was called to give up the Son
of Promise, Isaac.
95. Iremos hasta all y
adoraremos: este es el
primer uso de la palabra
adorar en referencia a
Dios en la biblia.
96. La palabra hebrea
shachah significa
sencillamente,
inclinarse. Aunque
Abraham e Isaac no
fueron al monte para
tener un tiempo de
adoracin gozosa, s
fueron a inclinarse ante
Jehov.
97. Notice how God makes
the demand, v. 2. Ill.
Abrahams response He
never waivers!
98. He gathers what he needs
and he goes to do what the
Lord has asked of him.
99. He is willing to sacrifice
everything he has and
everything he has been
promised at the command of
God. He holds nothing back!
100. Genuine worship is
costly because it requires us
to make sacrifices.
101.Things like time, plans,
pride (Ill. Sarah Would she
have understood?),
pleasures, secret sins, etc
will all have to be taken to
the mountain and placed on
the altar.
102.That is why so few
genuinely worship. It is not
cheap! (Ill. All some will give
is the cheap variety. They get
what they pay for!)
103. Genuine worship
requires that everything of
value be placed on the altar
and given to God, Ill. John
4:23-24; Rom. 12:1-2.
104.This is the way it sounds
to us in heaven, said the
angel, You hear nothing
because there is nothing to
hear. These people are
engaged in the form of
worship, but their thoughts
are on other things and their
hearts are far away.
105.SER ADORADOR TE VA
A COSTAR- Shachah(Shaw-
Khaw)
106. t is giving our best to
God.
107.To Combat Half-
Heartedness
108.To Keep us From
Getting Distracted
109.To Make us Deeper and
More Productive
110. It Is not form, it is focus.
2 REYES
111.Abrahamobeyed
unflinchinglybecausehesaw
thisasanactofworship(22:5).
112.Hisfocuswasnotonhis
greatsacrifice,butonhisgreat
God.
113.Hewasntpattinghimselfon
thebackforbeingsodedicated.
114.Hewasntfeelingsorryfor
himselfforallhewasgivingup
fortheLord.Hewasntself
focusedatall.
115.Rather,hewasawedbythe
majestyandworthinessofGod,
realizingthatnogiftistoogreat
togiveHim.
116.Ifwehesitatetoobeythe
difficultcommandsofGod,it
maybethatwehavelostsight
ofGodsgreatnessandhave
becomefocusedonourselves.
117.Worshipisattheheartof
unflinchingobedience.
118.17:35 con los cuales
Jehov haba hecho
pacto, y les mand
diciendo: No temeris a
otros dioses, ni los
adoraris, ni les serviris,
ni les haris sacrificios.
17:36 Mas a Jehov, que
os sac de tierra de
Egipto con grande poder
y brazo extendido, a ste
temeris, y a ste
adoraris, y a ste haris
sacrificio.
119. Humbling yourself in the
holy presence of a worthy
God.
120. When was the last time
you bowed in Gods
presence?
121. The word is a verb, an
action word.
122. But the action is not
meant to only be physical
123.Love and Obedience.
124. LO QUE ENGENDRAS
FUERA DE LA V. DE DIOS
NO CUENTA; ISMAEL NO
125. SOLO TE DI UNO
126. God wants us to
sacrifice the things we most
want on an altar of worship to
Him.
127. Believing as Abraham
did that God can resurrect
our that most precious thing.
128. Why? In doing so we
show our love for God is
greater than our love for
others, things, people etc.
129. It is a relationship That
God desires.
130. Obedience
131. 1) God also wants us to
sacrifice ourselves
132. 2) Romans 12.1,2
133. 2) Foundation for all
time
134. a) Genesis 22-
Revelation 22
135. b) Genesis begins the
worship of God and in
Revelation 22
136. We see that God will be
worshipped for eternity
137.What else should we
devote our time, our energy,
our breath, to but the one
who gave us all of these.?

138. VI. ADORACION


GENUINA ES
SEGURIDAD- FE-
CONFIANZA EN DIOS
139. PARA DIOS TODO
ES POSIBLE, LO
IMPOSIBLE ES QUE EL
ROMPA SUS
PROMESAS.
140. GENESIS 22;5
141.y volveremos a
vosotros.
142. And we will come
back to you: Abraham
was full of faith when he
spoke to the young men who
are with him. He believed
that we will come back.
143.Abraham did not know all
that was going to happen,
but he went up that mountain
expecting a miracle, and that
is just what he received.
(Ill. Heb. 11:17-19) He knew
that his worship would not be
in vain!
144.Genuine worship does not
understand all of life. It is not
pleased with every twist in
the road.
145.Genuine worship gives
itself unreservedly to God, in
spite of the things it cannot
comprehend, and it bows
before Him in the face of
everything.
146.Genuine worship knows
that its earthly expression is
merely practice for what will
be perfected in Heaven.
147.Genuine worship bows
before God because it
realizes Who God is, what
God has done and where the
road of faith will end up.
148.Genuine worship knows
that the real miracle is that it
is allowed to worship in the
first place!
149. i. This does not mean
that Abraham somehow
knew this was only a test and
God would not really require
this of him.
150. Instead, Abrahams faith
was in the knowledge that
should he kill Isaac, God
would raise him from the
dead, because God had
promised Isaac would carry
on the line of blessing and
the covenant.
151. ii. He knew in Isaac
your seed shall be
called (Genesis 21:12 ),
and Isaac had yet to have
any children. God had to let
him live at least long
enough to have children.
152.11:17 Por la fe
Abraham, cuando fue
probado, ofreci a Isaac;
y el que haba recibido
las promesas ofreca su
unignito,
11:18 habindosele
dicho: En Isaac te ser
llamada descendencia;
11:19 pensando que Dios
es poderoso para
levantar aun de entre los
muertos, de donde, en
sentido figurado, tambin
le volvi a recibir.
153. iv. He knew anything
was possible, but it
was impossible that God
would break His promise. He
knew God was not a liar.
154.Abraham was obedient to
Gods word and made
preparation for the sacrifice.
155.It seems as though Abraham
could hardly wait to see what
the Lord was going to do, for he
knew that Isaac was the son of
promise and without him there
would be no Covenant.
156.2. Abraham had absolute
unquestioning faith in God and
he told his two young servants
to wait for he and Isaac would
go yonder and worship, and
come again to you.
157.Abraham believed God
would preserve Isaac to fulfill
His word even if He had to
resurrect Isaac from the dead to
do it (Heb. 11:19). What
fantastic trust Abraham had!
There had never been such an
event as a resurrection, and so
Abraham had no previous
example to suggest this result or
to encourage his faith thereby.
158. He had no precedent
(no one in the Bible had yet
been raised from the dead),
but Abraham knew God was
able. God could do it
159.Abrahamobeyed
unflinchinglybecauseofhis
unwaveringconfidenceinGod.
160.Unflinchingobediencetothe
difficultcommandsofGod
alwaysstemsfromsuch
confidentfaith.
161.Whenyoucometoknow
GodasyourlovingHeavenly
Father,whocaresforyoumore
thananyearthlyfatherever
could,youcangiveHim
everythinginyourlifeand
knowthatHewillnotabuse
you,inspiteofhow
circumstancesmayappear.

162.VII.ADORACION
GENUINAESBENDICION.
163. DIOS BENDICE
AQUEL QUE
OBEDIENTEMENTE
RINDE TODO A EL.
164. GENESIS 22;14-18
165.22:14 Y llam
Abraham el nombre de
aquel lugar, Jehov
proveer. Por tanto se
dice hoy: En el monte
de Jehov ser
provisto.
22:15 Y llam el ngel
de Jehov a Abraham
por segunda vez desde
el cielo,
22:16 y dijo: Por m
mismo he jurado, dice
Jehov, que por
cuanto has hecho esto,
y no me has rehusado
tu hijo, tu nico hijo;
22:17 de cierto te
bendecir, y
multiplicar tu
descendencia como las
estrellas del cielo y
como la arena que
est a la orilla del mar;
y tu descendencia
poseer las puertas de
sus enemigos.
22:18 En tu simiente
sern benditas todas
las naciones de la
tierra, por cuanto
obedeciste a mi voz.
166.Abraham se
preguntaba como es que
voy a ser bendicion para
muchos y padre de
muchas naciones?
167.Abrahamsobedient
surrenderisthehighpointof
faithinallhistory
168.Likeitornot,whereGod
tookAbrahamiswhereHe
seekstobringeachofus.1
169.Godsgoalistobringusto
thepointofultimatesurrender
toHim(22:12).
170.Thatsoundsscary;buttwo
thingseasethefear:
171.Ultimatesurrenderinvolves
aprocess.
172.Ultimatesurrenderstems
fromGodslove.
173.Ultimatesurrenderisseenin
unflinchingobediencetothe
difficultcommandsofGod(
174.Abrahamhadalong
obedienceinthesame
direction.Hefollowedthrough
eventhoughitwasnt
convenientoreasy
175.Deciertotebendecir:
Imagnatequefelzestaba
Abrahamdespusdepasaresta
pruebadeconfianza.
176.b.Multiplicartu
descendenciacomolas
estrellasdelcieloycomola
arenaqueestalaorilladel
mar:Segnclculos
aproximados,elnmerodelas
estrellasdelcieloyelnmero
delosgranosdearenaalaorilla
delmar,soniguala:1025

177. CONCLUSION
178.What made all this
possible was Abrahams
availability, v. 1.
179. He was in his place,
listening for the voice of the
Lord and he was ready for
worship.
180.God is seeking genuine
worshipers, John4:23.
181.Is your worship genuine;
or does it need work?
182.ElqueofrecelomejoraDios
enadoracinrecibirla
aprobacinybendicindel,y
serelmedioporelcualDios
hadebendecirmultitudes
183.La prueba de tu fe
comienza con la palabra
de Dios pero se activa
cuando uno dice 'same,
quiero ver Tu Gloria
184..THERECOMETIMESIN
HUMANLIFEWHENMEN
MUSTUNDERGOA
CRUCIALTEST.Amancan
havebutonetrialinhislifetime;
onegreatsorrow,besidewhich
allothergriefsdwindleinto
insignificance.
185.II.THECRUCIALTEST
CANONLYTAKEPLACEIN
REFERENCETOTHAT
WHICHWELOVEAND
VALUEMOST.DOwesohold
thatwhichisdearesttousupon
earth,thatwecouldsurrenderit
attheDivinebidding?
186.III.Abrahamsanswer,My
son,GodwillprovideHimselfa
lamb,ISTHESUMOFALL
MEDIATORIALHISTORYit
isthemaindiscoveryoflove.
Afterall,whathastheworld
donebuttofindanaltar?It
foundtheCross;itnevercould
havefoundtheSaviour.
187.IV.Thenarrativeshows
WHATGODINTENDSBY
HISDISCIPLINEOFMAN.He
didnotrequireIsaacslife;He
onlyrequiredtheentire
subordinationofAbrahamswill
188..GODSENDSUSNO
TRIAL,WHETHERGREAT
ORSMALL,WITHOUT
FIRSTPREPARINGUS.
189.II.GODOFTEN
PREPAREDUSFOR
COMINGTRIALBYGIVING
USSON,INNEWAND
BLISSFULREVELATIONOF
HIMSELF.
190.III.THETRIALCAME
VERYSUDDENLY.
191.IV.THETRIALTOUCHED
ABRAHAMINHIS
TENDERESTPOINT.
192.V.ITWASALSOA
GREATTESTOFHISFAITH.
193.VI.ITWASATESTOF
HISOBEDIENCE.
194.VII.THISTESTDIDNOT
OUTRAGEANYOFTHE
NATURALINSTINCTSOF
HISSOUL
195.1.Trialsincreasewithtime.
196.2.Thereisagradationin
service,andthetrialisin
proportiontotherank.
197.3.Godsservantsaretested
mostseverelyattheirstrongest
point.
198.4.Inproportiontotheusesto
bemadeofathing,soisit
tested.
199.5.IntheBiblehistory
individualvirtuesaretriedin
turn.
200.I.GODTESTED
ABRAHAMSPOWEROF
SIMPLEOBEDIENCE.
201.II.GODTESTSTHE
POWEROFPERFECT
SURRENDER.
202.III.INALLGODS
DEALINGSWITHMEN
THEREISAREVELATION,
ANDTHEGREATTRUTH
UNFOLDEDATTHECROSS
ISHEREINGERMAND
SEED.(
203.Abrahamssacrifice
204.I.HESACRIFICEDHIS
OWNREASON.Noargument.
Simplyfaith.
205.II.HESACRIFICEDHIS
OWNAMBITIOUSDESIRES.
Hisonlysonwastobeslain.
206.III.HESACRIFICED
NATURALAFFECTION.TO
murderanonlychildincold
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