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Sermon Reflection - The TOP of the Staff

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I love the fresh revelation God gave me through Pr Bill Wilson’s sermon over the weekend. From being a mobility aid to something that represents status and authority or even a defensive tool, I have come to learn that the staff is also used to record God’s deeds in one’s...

Sermon Reflection - What Do I Do for the Church?

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As the Holy Spirit would have His way, it is no coincidence that I found myself writing this weekend. Pr Terry’s sermon this weekend resonated deafeningly in me.  I am one of those in the congregation whom he called out as used to being in ‘G-Yuk’ together – besides...

Sermon Reflection - Bye Bye, Babylon!

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I must admit I like cute and pretty things.  This week’s sermon has prompted me to be careful with my eyegate, and to re-prioritise. I have been a big fan of Hello Kitty since I was young. Hello Kitty merchandise in Malaysia were few and far between over three decades ago, so I would...

Sermon Reflection - Building Faith, Overcoming Fear

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Isaiah 43:2 When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; And through the rivers, they shall not overflow you. When you walk through the fire, you shall not be burned, Nor shall the flame scorch you. I have been very prone to fear and worry most of my life.  It is not that I want...

Sermon Reflection - SERVE: Giving of our Lives

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I had some repentance to do when I listened to this sermon.  I have to confess that there are moments when the mere thought of serving puts me in a state of panic, and there are also times when serving propels me to a ‘spiritual high’ - panic, because of the constant fear of not...

Sermon Reflection - The Christians in the Nation

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“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...