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Todas las cosas nuevas: El cielo, la tierra y la restauración de todo lo que ama

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El autor best seller del New York Times John Eldredge ofrece a los lectores una nueva e impresionante perspectiva de la promesa de Dios de un nuevo... Read More

El autor best seller del New York Times John Eldredge ofrece a los lectores una nueva e impresionante perspectiva de la promesa de Dios de un nuevo cielo y una nueva tierra.

¿CUÁL SERÁ L A GRAN ESPERANZA QUE SOSTIENE SU VIDA?

Este libro revolucionario acerca de nuestro futuro se basa en la sencilla idea de que, según la Biblia, el cielo no es nuestro hogar eterno, sino la tierra nueva. Tal como Jesús afirma en el Evangelio de Mateo, el próximo capítulo de nuestra historia comienza con «la renovación de todas las cosas», refiriéndose a la tierra que amamos en toda su belleza, nuestro propio ser y las cosas que enriquecen la vida: la música, el arte, la comida, las risas y todo lo que atesoramos. Todo ha de ser renovado «cuando la tierra sea hecha nueva».

La manera en que imagina su futuro determina su experiencia actual más que cualquier otra cosa. Si estuviera seguro que Dios restaurará, en cualquier momento, su vida y todo lo que disfruta; si estuviera seguro que recibirá una bendición grande y gloriosa, no en el cielo sino aquí en esta tierra, tendría una esperanza que le ayudaría a enfrentar cualquier circunstancia, una certeza en el alma, «la cual tenemos como segura y firme ancla del alma, y que penetra hasta dentro del velo» (Hebreos 6.19).

La mayoría de los cristianos no esperan el futuro con ansias porque sus ideas acerca del cielo son confusas, religiosas y, francamente, aburridas. La esperanza surge cuando comprendemos que para el creyente nada está perdido. El cielo no es una vida en las nubes; no consiste en canciones de adoración perpetuas. Más bien, la vida que anhelamos, el paraíso que Adán y Eva conocieron, es precisamente la vida que está preparada para nosotros.

Y ESA VIDA VIENE PRONTO.

New York Times bestselling author John Eldredge offers readers a breathtaking look into God’s promise for a new heaven and a new earth.

This is a revolutionary book on heaven built on a very simple idea: heaven is not the eternal church service in the sky. It is, in fact, not religious at all. Jesus referred to the next chapter of our story as “the renewal of all things” (Matthew 19:28). Meaning, literally, the renewal of the earth we love in all its beauty, the renewal of our own being, and all those things which make for a rich life—music, art, food, laughter—all that we hold dear shall be renewed.




SPANISH EDITION: New York Times bestselling author John Eldredge offers readers a breathtaking look into God’s promise for a new heaven and a new earth.

This is a revolutionary book on heaven built on a very simple idea: heaven is not the eternal church service in the sky. It is, in fact, not religious at all. Jesus referred to the next chapter of our story as “the renewal of all things” (Matthew 19:28). Meaning, literally, the renewal of the earth we love in all its beauty, the renewal of our own being, and all those things which make for a rich life—music, art, food, laughter—all that we hold dear shall be renewed.

Most Christians (most people for that matter) do not really look forward to their future because their views of heaven are vague, religious, and appallingly boring. Hope begins to surge when we understand that for the believer nothing is lost. Heaven is not a life in the clouds; it is not unending worship singing. Rather, the life we long for, the paradise Adam and Eve knew, is precisely the life that is coming to us. And coming soon.

The book begins with a reframing of what “heaven” actually entails. God does not say, “I am making all new things.” He says, “Behold—I am making all things new!” (Revelation 21:5). Familiar religious conceptions of heaven are gently dismantled, and readers are invited into a new way of conceiving of their afterlife. Imagery from fairy tales, books, and famous movies such as The Lord of the Rings is used to illustrate what “happily ever after” really means in immensely tangible, accessible, and—most important—desirable terms. For as C.S. Lewis said, “We can only hope for what we desire.” The life we have been longing for is actually the very life that is about to be ours. The imminence of the coming kingdom of God is also clarified; living with an eager expectation of Christ’s return is the heartbeat of the Christian life.

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  • Contributor(s)John Eldredge
  • About the Contributor(s) John Eldredge es autor best seller, consejero y maestro. Es también presidente de Ransomed Heart, un ministerio dedicado a ayudar a...

    John Eldredge es autor best seller, consejero y maestro. Es también presidente de Ransomed Heart, un ministerio dedicado a ayudar a las personas a descubrir el corazón de Dios, recuperar sus propios corazones en el amor de Dios, y aprender a vivir en el reino de Dios. John y su esposa, Stasi, viven cerca de Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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  • ISBN-139781418599577
  • Publish Date12/26/2017
  • PublisherGrupo Nelson
  • Format Softcover
  • LanguageSpanish
  • Weight (lbs)0.5 lb
  • Case Weight (lbs)18.02 lb
  • Dimensions 8.38(h) x 5.5(w) x 0.7(d) inches
  • Pages256
  • Price $9.79

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