Contributing sermons since Nov 2, 2018
Contributed on Dec 25, 2018
Every Christmas we read or see the depictions of a story that has been told and retold for over two thousand years and interestingly there is something spectacular about this child born to us in the town of Bethlehem.
Every Christmas we read or see the depictions of a story that has been told and retold for over two thousand years and interestingly, 750 years prior to the birth of Christ, prophet Micah who prophesied that ‘a Messiah shall be born in Bethlehem’, said that coming ruler is from eternity. (Micah ...read more
Contributed on Dec 3, 2018
Two kinds of people always fail — those who listen to nobody and those who listen to everybody.
Galatians 1:10 Two kinds of people always fail — those who listen to nobody and those who listen to everybody. The Apostle Paul in his letter to the Galatians warns them against being people pleasers. Again, while writing to the Church in Colossia (Colossians 1:10), he encourages them to please ...read more
Contributed on Nov 19, 2018
Lessons from the 3rd John for a blessed Christian walk
INTRODUCTION In the New Testament, there are 21 letters and 3rd John is the smallest of all the letters. The author is Apostle John. It has only one chapter comprising of 14 verses highlighting the concept of Hospitality, pursuing good and shunning evil. Three individuals and few lessons about them ...read more
Contributed on Nov 15, 2018
Dis functional family, lack of self control, anger, vengeance and ambition caused the downfall and death this young man named Absalom. The life of Absalom teaches many lessons to parents and young adults.
II Samuel 14:25-27 & II Samuel 18:33 Absalom, the 3rd son of King David was a handsome young man. He was exquisitely good looking in the entire land of Israel (II Samuel 14:25). This young man had everything that he could ask for along with his charming looks which includes name, fame, wealth, ...read more
Contributed on Nov 7, 2018
Jesus Christ who is the True Vine, the Light, the Way, the bread of life is also the True Salt and as His children, we are called to be the Salt of the Earth.
Matthew 5:13–16 This statement is part of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, a summarization of the Beatitudes. Often many Christians have a false notion that if they live out at least one or two qualities listed in the Beatitudes then it is sufficient to live a life pleasing to the Lord. Sadly, this is ...read more