EL BÁCULO DEL OBISPO: Amor misericordioso e inagotable

By Bishop James R. Golka

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"Les daré un corazón íntegro e infundiré en ellos un espíritu nuevo: les arrancaré el corazón de piedra y les daré un corazón de carne, para que sigan mis leyes y pongan por obra mis mandatos; serán mi pueblo y yo seré su Dios”. — Ezequiel 11:19-20

Tal vez haya leído, o leído a sus hijos o nietos, el libro de C.S. Lewis “El león, la bruja y el ropero,” o quizás haya visto la película con un sobrino o sobrina. Si es así, sabrá que al final de la historia hay un momento crítico en el que Aslan el León, que representa a Jesucristo, devuelve la vida a todas las criaturas que la Bruja Blanca había convertido en estatuas.

THE BISHOP'S CROZIER: Merciful and Inexhaustible Love

By Bishop James R. Golka

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And I will give them another heart and a new spirit I will put within them. From their bodies I will remove the hearts of stone, and give them hearts of flesh, so that they walk according to my statutes, taking care to keep my ordinances. Thus they will be my people, and I will be their God.” 
— Ezekiel 11:19-20

Perhaps you have read C.S. Lewis’ book or seen the film adaptation of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”  If so, you know at the end of the story there is a critical moment where Aslan the Lion, who represents Jesus Christ, restores life to all the creatures that the White Witch had turned into statues.



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