We live in a world of restlessness. Where can we find rest? Psalm 23 shows us that Jesus is our shepherd and host who gives us rest. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches.
God’s utter judgment on Judah may seem like a hopeless end, but God’s unfailing promise assures his people of an endless hope. See how there can still hope when God judges us. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from 2 Kings 24-25.
2 Kings 18-20 explores if Hezekiah would be the perfect and faithful King God has promised to David, who would trust God and deliver his people. However we see Hezekiah’s faith falters, and only Jesus the Son of David trusts God fully. Pastor Sern Khoon preaches.
The Lord Jesus shows his disciples the signs of the end, both in the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem and at the coming of the Son of Man. How are we to wait for Jesus to return? Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Mark 13.
How are disciples to follow Jesus "on the way"? Jesus teaches us his way, and we see a negative example and a positive one in Mark 10:32-52. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches.
In this final exchange, God speaks to Job about the Behemoth and the Leviathan. What have these fantastic beasts to do with God's justice, and why was Job's final response accepted by God? Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Job 40:3-42:6.
The writer calls his readers not to fall away, but to build upon what they have learned about Christ to move on to spiritual maturity. Learn how we may be assured in Christ and not sluggish in learning. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Hebrews 5:11 to 6:12.
How do we enter God’s promised rest? The writer of Hebrews reminds his readers of God’s judgment on their ancestors, and exhorts them to strive to enter God's rest by faith and obedience in God’s Word through his Son. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Hebrews 4:1-13.
Daniel is presented with a vision of two animals in conflict. How can Christians see conflicts in the world, yet stay confident in God? Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Daniel 8.
How should we live as the kingdom delays? Jesus receives Zacchaeus into the kingdom and teaches about discipleship during the delay through the parable of the minas. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Luke 19:11-27.
Jesus teaches his disciples about the kind of people whom God justifies - those who are steadfast as they wait, and are humble and dependent on him. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Luke 18:1-17.
Joseph and Mary, Simeon and Anna, these are some faithful Jews who received the fulfilment of God’s promises. This Christmas, Luke tells us that the faithful who persevere in faith still receive God’s promises in Christ. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Luke 2:21-40.
We either loathe work or love work excessively. How is the Christian to view our work and the biblical command to do “good works”? Titus 2:7-3:8 shows us that although we are not saved by good works, our work is how we worship God, witness to the world, and meet needs. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches.
Jesus the Messiah healed three outcasts, showing he welcomes outsiders to the messianic banquet. Those who would be a part of it must count the cost and be committed to follow Jesus. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Matthew 8.
This world had no room for Jesus the King from his birth in Bethlehem to his death in Golgotha. God has however made room for sinners by the gift of his dear Son Jesus Christ, and he warns us now to make room for Jesus. Pastor Sern Khoon preaches from Luke 2:1-7 and Matthew 2:1-23.
As the overcomers sing about God’s justice and righteousness, seven angels pour out bowls of the seven last plagues that completes God’s wrath on deserving people who remain unrepentant. How should we live in light of God’s coming judgment? Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Rev 15-16
An aggressive dragon attacks a woman and her child. This sign symbolises Satan’s relentless war against God’s people throughout history. How then can the church stand against the devil’s schemes? The answer must be Jesus, but learn how Jesus does that from Revelation 12. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Revelation 12.
Esther comes before the King with a dangerous Plea for her people. Haman conceives a murderous Plot against Mordecai. What can these two vastly differing plot-lines in Esther 5 show us about God’s good and perfect Plan for his people? Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches.