Contributing sermons since May 17, 2007
Contributed on Oct 24, 2020
Do we feel that the sacrifices that we made are too great? Do we feel weary and stress in our walk as a believer? We have been challenged to the extreme due to the storms that come our way. May this message bring comfort, faith and strength to you.
Today’s devotion is taken from Mark 14:3-9: “And while he was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, as he was reclining at table, a woman came with an alabaster flask of ointment of pure nard, very costly, and she broke the flask and poured it over his head. There were some who said to ...read more
Contributed on Oct 24, 2020
Our hearts are filled with gratitude for what Christ has done on the cross for us. Hence, we response in offering our worship to Him. What is the worship which is pleasing and acceptable to the Lord? Let us learn and grow in the area of true worship to our Lord Jesus Christ.
Welcome to today’s devotion. Today I will like all of us to meditate on Rom 12:1. “Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God's mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God - this is your spiritual act of worship” (Rom 12:1). During the Old Testament’s ...read more
Contributed on Oct 1, 2020
In the parable of the widow who brings her case before an unjust judge. The unjust judge just ignores her plead but finally relented in order to get her off his back. Our Heavenly Father will not delay even one day more than necessary but will quickly answer our prayer.
Good morning brothers and sisters, I wish to share from the passage in Luke 18: 1-8. Jesus tells a parable of a widow who has a rival who mistreated her. She brings her case before an unjust judge. The unjust judge is too wicked to even consider her case and just ignore her plead. This ...read more
Contributed on Sep 16, 2020
Apostle Paul encountered the Lord Jesus on the road to Damascus and he was changed forever. His life was to live for Christ and for the assignment which Christ had given him. For Paul said, For me to live is Christ, to die is gain.
Good morning leaders and co-laborers in the Lord, do you remember what did Paul said to Jesus on the road to Damascus at the time of his conversion? The Call of Apostle Paul on the road to Damascus. Acts 9:6 “Lord, what do You want me to do?” From that time, the life of Paul was never the same ...read more
Contributed on Sep 10, 2020
Sometimes we are tempted to think that life is so unfair. Where is God when we are suffering? We attempt to look at questions such as: Why does Jesus has to suffer and die? & What does the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ has to do with me?
Part 1 : Facts About the Crucifixion Crucifixion probably started first with the Persians but perfected by the Romans to inflict the maximum pain to the victim. Crucifixion was also the most disgraceful form of execution and cruel that Roman citizen will not be executed by crucifixion. ...read more