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SPEAKER
Ps. Lim Lip Yong

SERMON TITLE

The Pharisee and The Tax Collector

The righteousness espoused by the Scriptures is very different from the righteousness that the world and religion teaches us. In telling the Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector, Jesus painted a deeply nuanced and incisive picture of what righteousness truly is. This imagery is powerful and effective in leading us into a right relationship with God.

SPEAKER
Asst. Ps. Elijah Chan

SERMON TITLE

A People In Love

I’m captivated by Acts 19, where a group of men and women who were in love started expanding the Kingdom. The Book of Acts shows clearly the incredible growth of the Church at Ephesus – a church we know more about than any other in the Bible. We witness her birth, how she was challenged and what the Lord Himself said of her in Revelation 2. This is a prophetic word, a preventative word, and a prescriptive word. Let’s consider our own lives in light of Jesus’ admonishment, and choose to live for Him now and always.

SPEAKER
Ps. Lim Lip Yong

SERMON TITLE

The Pharisee and The Tax Collector

The righteousness espoused by the Scriptures is very different from the righteousness that the world and religion teaches us. In telling the Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector, Jesus painted a deeply nuanced and incisive picture of what righteousness truly is. This imagery is powerful and effective in leading us into a right relationship with God.

 

SPEAKER
Ps. Lim Lip Yong

SERMON TITLE

The Pharisee and The Tax Collector

The righteousness espoused by the Scriptures is very different from the righteousness that the world and religion teaches us. In telling the Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector, Jesus painted a deeply nuanced and incisive picture of what righteousness truly is. This imagery is powerful and effective in leading us into a right relationship with God.

SPEAKER
Ps. Dian Botha

SERMON TITLE

Chesed

‘Chesed’ is the Hebrew word for ‘mercy’ or ‘loving kindness, and probably the most important word in the Bible. It describes the character and nature of God and portrays a cluster of ideas rather than a single one. It’s deeply covenantal in nature, but also strong and enduring. Chesed tells us God is strong, loyal and He never gives up on us.

SPEAKER
Ps. Dian Botha

SERMON TITLE

Chesed

‘Chesed’ is the Hebrew word for ‘mercy’ or ‘loving kindness, and probably the most important word in the Bible. It describes the character and nature of God and portrays a cluster of ideas rather than a single one. It’s deeply covenantal in nature, but also strong and enduring. Chesed tells us God is strong, loyal and He never gives up on us.

SPEAKER
Ps. Lim Lip Yong

SERMON TITLE

The Pharisee and The Tax Collector

The righteousness espoused by the Scriptures is very different from the righteousness that the world and religion teaches us. In telling the Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector, Jesus painted a deeply nuanced and incisive picture of what righteousness truly is. This imagery is powerful and effective in leading us into a right relationship with God.

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