Contributing sermons since Jul 7, 2015
Contributed on Feb 13, 2021
To celebrate Valentine’s Day or not is not important. But as Christians, we should know the kinds of LOVE that God wants us to have, something that is more than just Valentine's Day kind of love:
Today many people around the world celebrate Valentine's Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine. Here are three facts about Valentine's Day: • One hundred forty-four million greeting cards are sent every year. • Americans spent $20.7 billion in 2019 on Valentine's Day. • 7 in 10 people in ...read more
Contributed on Feb 3, 2021
Like the ancient Israelites, we have been set free from the slavery of sin and now are heading to the Promised "Land." We face various "giants" of problems personally, in the family, and from society against biblical truth.
The Jews were staying in Egypt for 430 years. In the last two hundred years, they were enslaved by the Egyptians. God sent Moses to deliver them from slavery and entered the Promised Land. Before they entered it, in verses 1 and 2, God gave the command through Moses to send twelve men, one from ...read more
Contributed on Jan 23, 2021
Many Christians worried that America will become more liberal under the new leader and leave Christian values. As Christians who want to do God's commands, how should we respond to our country's leader biblically, especially if we disagree with his policies?
Praise God, the presidential inauguration last Wednesday has proceeded safely. America now has a new president and vice president. However, it is clear that not everyone likes the new president Joseph Biden. Jim Denison wrote, "Moments before the president-elect took the stage for his ...read more
Contributed on Jan 12, 2021
Psalm 11 reminds us that even though the situation around us seems to be out of control, chaotic, very dangerous, and scary, God, whose throne is in heaven, sees everyone and everything, is still in control. Therefore, we can trust in Him and make Him our security and our refuge.
Opening: Last Sunday, we have learned six things from Ephesians 5:15-20 that God wants to do this year and in the rest of our lives: 1) To be careful in spending our time 2) To be productive 3) To be wise 4) To be filled by the Spirit 5) To praise God 6) To be thankful in all circumstances. Today, ...read more
Contributed on Jan 2, 2021
As we enter 2021, Ephesians 5:15-20 gives us six advice to do this year and the rest of our lives: 1) To be Careful, 2) To Be Fruitful, 3) To be Wise, 4) To be filled with the Spirit, 5) To Praise God, 6) To be Thankful
Happy New Year! As we enter a new year, let us focus on what the Apostle Paul said to the Ephesians that I believe we should do too. Let’s read Ephesians 5:15-20. There are six things that Paul wants us to do this year and always: I. To Be Careful (V. 15 "Be very careful, then, how you ...read more