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Sermon Reflection - Jesus: The Better Shepherd

Posted by Wendy ML Tan on

“Shepherd of my soul I give You full control, Wherever You may lead I will follow. I have made the choice to listen for Your voice, Wherever You may lead I will go.”(Martin Nystrom, lyricist) Realizing that I would be on writing duty for the weekend, I hummed to the melody of this...

Sermon Reflection - Jesus: A Better Community

Posted by Darren Lim on

Thank you Lord for this week’s sermon along with the precious lesson you provided at the quiet lakefront in Putrajaya. How can I ever begin to thank you? I was beginning to feel my enthusiasm for life slowly but surely being snuffed out, while I descended into despair and hopelessness. It...

Sermon Reflection - Jesus: A Better Sacrifice

Posted by Abbey Thangiah on

Hebrews is known as the summary of the Bible. Paul wrote Hebrews as a clarion call to convince the Jews that Jesus is better. Some Jews returned to Judaism as the Romans recognized it as the official religion of the Jews. The pressure was indeed intense to give up the faith to live a peaceful...

Living in Exile

Posted by Ding Ying on

While serving in exile, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego were again pressured to worship a golden image which represented the pride and arrogance of King Nebuchadnezzar. When brought before the King, they remained ‘stubborn’ in their faith and would rather die in the fiery furnace than disobey...

Sermon Reflection - Jesus: A Better Sanctuary

Posted by Michelle Chuah on

Coming from a large extended family of believers and pre believers, I have had bad experiences with “Christians” as a young child. This was further reaffirmed through my mum who was a pre-believer but later in life came to admit that Christians are kind people.  I, on the other...

Esther's Steadfast Spirit

Posted by Pastor Gilbert Tan on

Imagine that you are Esther from what we see in Esther 2. 1. Esther was orphaned. She did not have any other family members with her, other than her cousin Mordecai. 2. Esther was like her fellow Jews who lost their home and taken into captivity into a foreign land. 3. Esther was...

Sermon Reflection - The Christians in the Nation

Posted by May Ng on

“Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” (John F. Kennedy) At 8, I did not understand the context, the implication nor the calling of this quote – in fact, I thought it was some kind of joke. It was too magnanimous for me – what...

Living under Human Government

Posted by Eileen Wong on

In this pagan society, Daniel fought to balance his loyal service to Babylon with his ultimate obedience to God. Yet in spite of his disagreement with Babylon’s policies, Daniel gave his life to serve the nation. The book of Daniel is thoroughly political, revealing the power of God’s sovereign...

Faithful to His Promises

Posted by Pastor Kelvin Yong on

Hoshea was the last king of the north as God's judgement finally came upon Israel some 200 years after the nation was divided. This was however not caused singularly by Hoshea although he was definitely also a contributor. In fact it was said of him that he did evil in the eyes of the Lord but...