The foundation of spiritual unity or "oneness" of the Church is in the relationship between God, the Father, and God, the Son....Keep Reading
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In our series on "Hope", we've recently completed reading 1 Peter and have just started reading Habakkuk. Though these books are in different Testaments and separated by hundreds of years, both these books show us what biblical hope looks like for the people of God. ...
As a church, we've recently concluded the first part of our sermon series on Hope from 1 Peter an we've hear a timely encouragement from our shepherds to persevere. And as we are celebrating 504th anniversary of the Reformation Day this weekend, let us reflect on one doctrine that was developed from the Reformation: perseverance of the saints. ...
Pop culture presents in many shapes and forms. It includes recently released movies or shows, pop songs, up and coming actors, actresses or artistes, memes found on the various social media platforms and even choice of social media itself etc. Try as we might to avoid engaging in pop culture, it is inevitable that we come across or have to interact with it, in one form or another. How should we as Christians then engage with pop culture?...
Jesus loves the world and His desire is that all may come to faith in Him, but in John 17:6-24, He is praying just for his disciples that through them “the world may believe” and “the world may know” that He was sent by God. ...Keep Reading
We usually think of Jesus as God’s gift to us but in John 17, we see that we ourselves are God’s gift to His Son. But there is a difference – God’s gift of Jesus to us is for the good of the recipient (us) and the glory of the giver (the Father); but God giving us to Jesus is for the good of the gift (us again), and the glory of the recipient (Jesus)....Keep Reading
John 17 is usually known as Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer. Indeed in this prayer Jesus prayed, as a high priest, for His disciples. But the first five verses are introductory and represent an interesting conversation between Christ and God the Father....Keep Reading
Remember our “Lord God Reigns”, our Almighty and Sovereign God who loves us sits on the throne and is in complete control. Read Psalm 146 and Praise the Lord!...Keep Reading
"O Come, O Come, Immanuel", a hymn we usually sing during Advent as we remember the coming of Jesus in human flesh. It is a hymn where we sing about the different names of Jesus found in the messianic passages of the prophet Isaiah....Keep Reading
The Bible is simple enough that anyone can read it and find and understand the gospel of salvation in it. Yet it is so profound that one can spend a whole life studying it and still find new truth and understanding each time he reads it....Keep Reading
This week's PFOA post is based on John 16 about the ministry of the Holy Spirit, the guarantor of our salvation and redemption....Keep Reading
"Love One Another" -- Where do we start? Start by praying for one another....Keep Reading