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.
We welcome Rev Stuart Coulton to our pulpit. Rev Coulton is principal of Sydney Missions Bible College and came as part of the SMBC team visit to ARPC. Listen to this sermon from John 19:16b-37.
Why is Jesus the Good Shepherd? Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from John 10:1-21.
Jesus said he is the Good Shepherd. What does He mean by this? What’s good and what’s not? What does it mean for us as his sheep? Come be blessed by listening to God’s Word. Pastor Chris Chia preaches from John 10.
As sighted people, we think we can see clearly. Often we don’t see clear enough the obvious in us. Sadly, there’s spiritual deterioration in our vision when we are blind to our own faults. Jesus, The Light, is the only One who can save us from our spiritual darkness. Pastor Jeffrey Quek preaches from John 9:35-41.
Jesus divided opinion of him when he healed the man born blind. Pastor John takes up the issue of how we should respond when our understanding and application of Scripture or doctrine points in one direction whereas an event or happening points in another. We should be ready to rethink our present understanding and application of Scripture and also ready to reevaluate the event or happening. Pastor John preaches from John 9.
At the heart of Jesus' work is forgiveness. Have you received God's forgiveness? Pastor Chris Chia preaches from John 8:1-20.
What happens to a sinner brought before Jesus the Judge? Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from the "Pericope of the Adulterous Woman" in John 8:1-11.
Jesus is controversial. There are so many opinions about him. What is your opinion? And does it matter? Pastor Chris Chia preaches fro John 7:37-44.
Jesus' journey to Jerusalem for the Feast of the Tabernacles was low key. This was deliberate and contrasted greatly with Jesus' journey for the Passover six months later where his journey and entry into Jerusalem was public and Triumphant. John explains the contrast. He also emphasizes it is only those who are ready and willing to do God's will who will know that Jesus' teaching is from God. Pastor John Ting preaches from John 7:25-52.
What is our real motivation for following Jesus? Will we still be able to continue to follow him even when we go through the tough circumstances of life? Pastor Luck Yong preaches from John 6.
A crowd kept following Jesus and seeking to receive things from him. But Jesus offered the bread of life which is far better and greater than the things they wanted. Listen to this sermon on John 6:1-15; 22-59 about this bread of life. Pastor Roger Chia preaches.
How can we know that Jesus is truly the Son of God? In chapter 5:1-30, the gospel writer shows us that the Lord is "like father, like son." There are implications for us, Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches.
What if somebody were to be able to do the things that only God can do? What would that make of that particular person? Come and see and respond to Jesus as he shows us what God does... he does too. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from John 5:1-30.
How can we be certain that God so loved the world, as John 3:16 tells us? Jesus' outreach to the Samaritan woman in Chapter 4 proves that God loves the world - He loves the dejected, the outcasts, the ones who've messed up their lives that He sent Jesus to them. Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches.