"Você tem uma promessa sobre seus ombros, um chamado dado por Ele. O diabo vai querer fazer você desistir e abandonar esse chamado, mas eu te encorajo hoje: tenha fé, confiança e ousadia porque aquele que prometeu é fiel para cumprir e poderoso pra te capacitar! "
Foram 03 quartas-feiras compartilhando sobre o CHAMADO DE DEUS na Igreja Boas Novas Ibn. Dias especiais de quebrantamento, despertamento e visitação do Senhor!
Deus abençoe Pra. Cristina Soares, sua família e toda igreja pelo amor com que receberam essas mensagens!
Muita gratidão a Deus!
Foram 7 atividades muito abençoadas neste final de semana! 🙌
Apresentação na Assembléia Legislativa - Workshop Osasco - Workshop São Miguel Paulista - Workshop Itu - Aulão Prefeitura São Bernardo do Campo - Show SOS da Vida no Arena - Ensaio Cantata Hall
@praiseciadedanca @zoedanceoficial @zoedancefight #IDE
Eleguá (Elegguá) is sometimes represented as a child, and sometimes as an old man. He represents the beginning and end of life, and the opening and closing of paths in life. Sometimes known as the trickster, he likes to play jokes on people. He enjoys candy and toys. Despite his childlike nature, however, he's a very powerful Oricha. He's one of the Warriors (along with Ogún, Ochosi and Osun). Eleguá is always mentioned first in any ceremony, because without his permission, the doors to communication with the other Orichas stay closed.
Eleguá's colors are red and black. His number is 3, or any multiple of 3. His day of the week is Monday, and the 3rd day of every month. Traditionally, the 6th of January and the 13th of June are recognized as his "saint's days" in Cuba. On these days, a feast may be given in his honor. In the Catholic religion, Eleguá is syncretized with the Child Jesus of Atocha, Saint Anthony of Padua, and the Anima Sola (soul in Purgatory). Eleguá and Ochún are good friends.
Eleguá likes all kinds of things associated with child's play, like kites, whistles, balls, toy soldiers. He also likes keys, silver coins, a shepherd's crook and a straw hat. He dresses in red and black, sometimes in Spanish colonial-style knee britches. On his head, he wears a red kerchief or cap, or a straw hat. When he dances, he's playful and wants others to pay attention to him.