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Contributed on Sep 29, 2020
God is sovereign. His rule is never restricted and His Word is never bound.
Hello everyone! Good morning. I hope everyone is doing fine and keeping well, not just physically but spiritually, in our walk with the Lord. • Let’s listen to Him again, from Acts 12 today. Let us pray. Dear Lord, we are here to honour You and to give thanks, for WHO you are and for all that ...read more
Contributed on Sep 18, 2020
The Gospel transformed the lives of the Gentiles in Antioch. The Christians there are people of faith in Christ, displaying the grace of God and exemplifying the love of God.
Hello everyone! Let’s continue to worship the Lord with the reading and proclaiming of His Word. Let’s pray and commit this time to Him. As we gather Lord, may your spirit work within us. As we gather may we glorify your name, knowing well that as our heart begin to worship, we'll be ...read more
Contributed on Sep 10, 2020
Peter shared the works of God in saving the Gentiles in Cornelius' house. This is the will of God. It brings challenges the church will have to grapple with, but the truth is, God will make the Jews and Gentiles one in Christ.
Good morning. Glad to be able to meet up again and remember our Lord together as a Body of Christ. We celebrate God’s goodness and lovingkindness despite the challenges. • Let us praise God with Psalm 47 before we look into Acts 11. 1 Clap your hands, all you nations; shout to God with cries of ...read more
Contributed on Sep 2, 2020
We see the transforming power of the Gospel when the Gentiles listened and believed in the Name of Jesus Christ. The Gospel has to do with Jesus of Nazareth.
Good morning. Let’s commit this time to the Lord in prayer. Our gracious Father, we come to worship you, our Creator and Redeemer. Thank you for reconciling us back to You through Your Son, Jesus. Thank you for loving us and watching over us. Let us praise You as long as we live and honour ...read more
Contributed on Aug 28, 2020
We see how God orchestrated a divine appointment between Cornelius and Peter through separate visions, to accomplish His purpose of reaching the Gentiles.
Good morning. We are going to look at one of the most significant chapters in the book of Acts - Acts 10 the account of the conversion of the Gentiles in response to the Gospel. • This account was mentioned 3 times in this book. Luke gave it much space in Acts 10 and then again in Acts 11 when ...read more
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Contributed on Feb 4, 2013
THE ONLY SUNLIGHT THEY SEE Two orphaned brothers stay in a slum district of New York City. One of them is crippled and hardly leaves the room. The older brother has to take care of him and buys him food. His younger brother lamented one day that he has not seen the sunlight for a long ...read more
Contributed on Jan 14, 2013
WE STUDY THE BIBLE TO LISTEN TO HIS VOICE "We study the Bible to listen to His voice that comes from outside our experience, not to listen to our own voice that is crying from within. "His Word is not one of many. It is the only Word that has been there from all eternity because it comes ...read more
Contributed on Jan 3, 2013
WHICH BASIN? Remember there were TWO basins of water mentioned in the Bible. One, Herod used it to wash his hands -- "this has nothing to do with me". The other one, Jesus used it to wash His disciples' feet. It has nothing to do with Him too. It's the job of slaves but He did it. And He ...read more
Contributed on Dec 25, 2012
John Maxwell, a famous author and writer of many books on leadership, shared that once he was visiting his parents and needed to make a conference call. He needed a quiet place and his father let him use his office. As he sat at his desk, he noticed a card next to the phone with these words ...read more
Contributed on Nov 26, 2012
HENRY FORD: THE BANG ON THE TABLE In 1896, Henry Ford attended a company event where Thomas Edison (the great inventor) was the guest of honour. His friend introduced him to Edison as "the man trying to make a car that runs on gasoline." Edison asked young Henry Ford a host of questions and ...read more