To follow biblical teachings is to experience freedom and blessing. This is because they are our Maker's instructions. If we follow the Maker's instructions we will experience the true freedom and fulfillment that God intends us to have. Pastor John Ting preaches from Deuteronomy 29 - 30.
Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from Deuteronomy 27-28 citing the "immigration procedures" Moses laid down for the Israelites to follow once they enter the promised land. What do these procedures, particularly the pronouncement of blessings and curses, tell us today?
In Deuteronomy 10-11, Moses gives a sermon addressing the people for their stiff-neckedness by providing them a prescription to stiffen their necks no more and cut away the calluses of their hearts. That prescription is the same prescription for us today, Pastor Adrin Munoz preaches.
Whatever happened to Israel in the wilderness? And what's their danger as they enter the promised land? Pastor Chris preaches from Deuteronomy 8, showing how the dangers that Israel faced is very real to us as well and how we should take care not to make the same mistakes.
We are concerned about many things in this world. But what is God concerned about as Israel stands at the border of the Promised Land? Hear this sermon by Pastor Roger Chia on Deuteronomy 7 - what is God concerned about and what that means for us as Christians today.
Are the ten commandments just suggestions for today's Christian? Or are they still ten commandments from God? Pastor Adrin Munoz preaches the Sunday sermon from Deuteronomy 5 showing us that God's purposes in the commandments for the Israelites are similar to His purposes for us today.
How should we as NT Christians understand the OT Law, especially the 10 commandments? Fully and absolutely binding? Or fully redundant? Listen to Pastor Edmund Fong in this Saturday sermon as he gives the overview of the place of the ten commandments in the life of the Israelites and in our lives today.
Forgetfulness of God often leads to ungratefulness in life. What makes us forget God and His promises? Often, it is our idolatrous unbelieving hearts. Idolatry makes us insecure and messed up people to live with. Pastor Chris preaches from Deuteronomy 1.