Contributing sermons since Jul 29, 2013
Contributed on Feb 18, 2019
The season of Lent is supposed to remind us of the 40 days of Jesus temptation in the wilderness. How should we observe it?
The Temptation of Jesus: An Exposition of Luke 4:1-13 We now come to the first Sunday of Lent, a 40-day time, excluding Sundays, for reflection and repentance. These 40 days commemorate the forty days Jesus spent in the wilderness where He would be tempted three times by Satan. It is a time where ...read more
Contributed on Jan 30, 2019
Jesus calls us to radical discipleship.
The Sermon on the Plain: An Exposition of Luke 6:17-38 Scholars debate whether this sermon is another version of the Sermon on the Mount. It indeed shares a lot of common themes. Scholars who want to diminish the authority of Scripture try to prove that both evangelists copied and arranged ...read more
Contributed on Jan 25, 2019
Why should we pray?
He Prayed all Night Long: An Exposition of Luke 6:12-16 Jesus’ ministry was certainly a busy one. He went from village to village, mostly in Galilee, and here this passage is followed by a mission trip to Tyre and Sidon in Gentile territory. We can only guess how exhausting this was to Jesus. When ...read more
Contributed on Jan 23, 2019
There is more to this psalm than teaching us about natural revelation or a useful benediction to our church service.
The Heavens Declare the Glory of God: an Exposition of the 19th Psalm The nineteenth psalm is majestic and begins with lofty words. The Holy Sprit who inspired the psalmist to write these words speaks in beautiful poetry. The use of poetry paints a picture that lifts our soul to God. The King ...read more
Contributed on Jan 12, 2019
Why are God's people so dull of hearing?
Jesus Comes to Nazareth: An Exposition of Luke 4:14-30 In the previous passage, we saw that after His baptism by John, He was driven by the Holy Spirit into the wilderness of Judaea. There he had fasted for forty days. At the end of this period, while he was as humanly weak as was possible, He was ...read more