Come listen to Pastor Chris Chia preaching from Psalm 53, Romans 1 and Revelation 7, 21 and 22, titled "Inglorious vs Glorious Living".
In mental health, depression is known as the common cold. It affects people across ages, backgrounds, and occupations. This means even Christians are not spared. But the word depression is a clinical term that we do not find in the Bible. However, the Word of God has many vital truths that can shed light on how we should understand it biblically. Come and hear Pastor Kenneth share God’s Word and his own personal experience with depression. Pastor Kenneth Goh preaches from Psalm 77, 2 Corinthians 12:7-10, Romans 8:31-39 and Ephesians 4:1-7, 15-16.
Why do we find it so hard to confess and take ownership of our sins? This well-known penitential psalm of David shows us what true repentance looks like. It reveals a good God who delights in purifying us for worship of him and to testify to his love, mercy and grace toward us through the Lord Jesus. Pastor Tan Sein Khoon preaches from Psalm 51.
Come listen to Pastor Chris Chia preaching on "Against You Alone Have I Sinned" from 2 Samuel 11.
Do you have your own worst imagined fear? The Psalmist has one too. And he's got a solution for it. Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from Psalm 46.
Pastor Chris Chia preaches on “Be Still” from Psalm 46.
The Psalmist pens a wedding song to the king that speaks of the glory and majesty of the Royal Bridegroom. When read throughout Israel’s history, Psalm 45 would gradually point from the historical Israelite king (monarchy period) to the Messiah who would come (exilic and post-exilic period). For the Church today, the psalm points us to the glory and beauty of Christ, the royal bridegroom, of whom the Church is his bride.
Come listen to Pastor Edmund Fong preaching from Psalm 45.
Have you ever cried out to God and not receive any answer to your plea for help? The psalmist in Psalm 44 is with you. His misery accompanies you. Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches.
Pastor Chris Chia preaches from Psalm 44, sermon titled " Awake O God!"
What can we learn from a depressed person? The Psalmist shares from his personal experience in Psalms 42 and 43, as his soul went through Dryness and Drowning, to teach us to cry out to God our soul's Deliverer. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Psalms 42 and 43.
The Psalmist struggles with feeling downcast, and because the Psalms is the Word of God to us, downcast-ness is a legitimate feeling to have before God! More than that, we are reminded what to do in times when we are downcast — keep hoping in God and his steadfast love. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from Psalm 43:1-5.
In our busy lives of rushing from point to point, following our busy schedule, Psalm 23 invites us to rest by knowing that God’s goodness and mercy follow us all the days of our life. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches.
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.
Lying down in green pastures! A banqueting table spread for me! Cup overflowing! But what if it is the cup of the wicked that overflows? Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from Psalm 37:1-11.
Suppression and an unwillingness to confess his sins led the psalmist in Ps. 32 to be in a terrible wretched state, while free and honest confession of his sin before God liberated him. Come and listen and find out in what way honest heartfelt confession of our sins before God is good for our soul. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches.
What does it mean for the Lord to called our shepherd? Guest preacher Daniel Owens, Singapore Bible College lecturer, expounds on this favorite psalm 23 of all time.
"Eloi, Eloi, lamasacthani?" (My God, my God why have you forsaken me?) What does it mean for the psalmist to say that in ps 22? And what does it mean for the Lord Jesus Christ to say that in his dying breath as he hung on the cross? And does that have anything to do with our own experiences of feeling forsaken? Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from Psalm 22.
Psalm 2 talks about kings who conspire against God's rule. Without looking far, those kings may well be us. Pastor Chris preaches from Psalm 2.