Contributing sermons since Feb 19, 2015
Contributed on Apr 12, 2018
Life needs to have courage, and we need to know our God who is the true source of courage. There are promises of God that assures us that there is nothing to fear, nothing to worry.
Introduction: Today is our 2nd Sunday of the month of April with a theme “Know God, Know Courage” and we have our theme verse found in Isaiah 41:10. Allow me to give a short exhortation of this verse that will give us encouragement and upliftment that we need. This is the 1st Sunday after we ...read more
Contributed on Mar 16, 2018
There is an abounding mercy of God to His people because of His great love Who is rich in mercy and grace upon grace we have been blessed by God. Not only He saved us by His grace, but he blessed us continually due to His abounding mercy.
Introduction As we continue our monthly theme this March “Know God, Know Mercy”, we have learned last week about the mercy and grace of God towards us. As we recall, Ptr. Mildred emphasized on how God showed His mercy and grace to His beloved people. Ephesians 2:4-5 “But because of his great love ...read more
Contributed on Feb 9, 2018
Our gateway in knowing God is to know love in particular loving others as what Jesus has commanded us.
Intro: February is a “Love” month as we see again couples whether married or engaged are lining up their favorite restaurants to have a romantic dinner. We can feel that love is in the air. However, this love that we are seeing and sometimes we tend to abuse because of its vast meaning has a ...read more
Contributed on Oct 13, 2017
We are called to be the light of this world. But do we know how to be one? On this exhortation, we will see 5 traits of a Christian who is worthy to be called a light of this world.
Intro: There is a popular Christmas song entitled Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. In that song, the writer tells us not to go out in the storm since they have no place to go so he suggested everyone to stay at home and let the weather takes place. But today, it’s the opposite. We have a ...read more
Contributed on Aug 24, 2016
Jesus came here on earth not only to give His peace when He mentioned this in John 14:27, but also to use His liberating power to free us from all worries of life.
Intro: Liberator - a person who liberates a person or place from imprisonment or oppression. Ex. Gen. Douglas McArthur the liberator of the Filipinos and other ASEAN countries in WW2. Jesus is our ultimate liberator when He said in Luke 4:18 “The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he ...read more