When Christ encountered Peter in John 21, He not only restored him to full apostleship but also taught that those in Christ must choose deliberately to follow Him and there is no other way to live the Christian life. Come listen to Elder Ho Yew Kee preaching from John 21:1-25.
God reveals Jesus’ death in John’s Gospel to be a death that fulfils Scripture and all that Jesus is and does in John’s Gospel so far. Jesus’ death finally glorifies God by revealing who God is in his glory and splendour — the one who is simultaneously the humiliated and exalted one. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from John 19:16b-42.
Though he had no sin, Jesus was crucified, died, and was buried in fulfilment of God’s word and to take away sin as God’s Passover Lamb. We can thank God for Jesus’ love and obedience at the cross because his death means that sinners who believe do not die but have eternal life. Sermon by Pastor Tan Sern Khoon taken from John 19:16b-42.
In John 16:4b-33, Jesus teaches that as he goes away, the Spirit will come to convict the world and enlighten the apostles. In a little while, their sorrow at Jesus’ death will turn to joy at Jesus’ resurrection and they can take heart that Jesus overcomes the world. In our tribulation today, how can we also have joy, peace and courage? Come listen to the sermon by Pastor Tan Sern Khoon taken from the gospel John 16:4b-33.
Jesus exhorted his disciples, "Do not let your hearts be troubled!" Are our hearts troubled? Jesus exhorted his disciples to believe in Him & turn to the Lord in prayer to calm their troubled hearts.
Are your hearts troubled? The Lord is calling us to believe in Him and to know that help is only a prayer away.
Pastor Joe Heng peaches from John 14:1-14
We view life thinking that what we see is what we get. Often we don’t realize even what we perceive is coloured by our own prejudices and biases. So, how can we rightly perceive what is true?
Let’s come and listen to Pastor Jeffrey Quek preaching from John 12:12-50 what are some ways we can perceive rightly.
If the phrase "what goes up must come down" displays a truth for us, then it could be said that "what comes from above must go back up" is a truth for the gospel of John. In this gospel, we meet Jesus Christ who has come from the Father to reveal God's glory and who must return to the Father and glorify God. Most of all, Jesus reveals God's glory and glorifies God through his death and resurrection. Can we see this is who Jesus is? Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from John 12.1-11.