Christmas carols contribute to the many ideas we have about Christmas. Let’s see what Christmas was to the first Christmas carolers. Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from Luke 1-2.
Why did the announcement of Jesus’ birth come to shepherds out in the field? They heard, they saw and they shared the good news of great joy for all people. What do we do with this good news? Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Luke 2:8-20
On the first Christmas, God sent the angel Gabriel to make a major announcement to a young virgin Mary, come and listen in to find out what the announcement is about, and how it affects your life. Pastor Jason Kwek preaches from Luke 1:26-38
Listen to the sermon on Luke 18:9-17 as we learn about how people see themselves, others and God differently. But what is truly important is how Jesus sees; for the determines who will be justified and be saved into the kingdom of God. Pastor Roger Chia preaches.
Why must we not presume we're on the VIP list in a dinner party? And why must we drop honored people in our guest list? Jesus gives pointers under banquet etiquettes to teach us about the kingdom of God. And to check out whether you're invited to that dinner. Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from Luke 14.
Jesus, when invited to a meal by the Pharisees, takes the opportunity to teach us about the kingdom of heaven's dinner social dynamics: one where life is affirmed, the proud humbled and true generosity displayed. This is a dinner where we must not presume we will be there, but instead must make every effort to be there by accepting the invite offered by Jesus. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches.
Luke 21.8-24 list events that will take place up to the fall of Jerusalem and destruction of the temple in AD 70. Luke 21.25-36 record signs of the second coming. By way of reflection and application John Ting looks at 1. Did the events of 21.8-36 take place in the New Testament era or do they refer to the future end time? 2. Persecution and response to persecution. 3. Living in the light of his return – watch and pray! 4. Do not be anxious about what the future may hold but trust that God has our future in his hands and that his grace will be sufficient.
Everyday of our lives is a mad rush to meeting our needs, fulfilling our desires, and carrying out our agenda. That rush can prevent us from stopping for the things that Jesus stopped for. Listen to what happens when people rushed Jesus in Luke 18:31 to 19:27. Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches.