BY REV GOH YONG KUANG

 

“Behold, now is the favorable time; behold, now is the day of salvation.”

2 CORINTHIANS 6:2 (ESV)

 

Recently, the pastoral team received a request to pray for an elderly person’s salvation.  Such request often comes with a sense of urgency. This reminded me of a story…..

 

BY ELDER TAY TIONG CHOON

 

GENESIS 45:24 - Joseph’s parting remark to his brothers before sending them off - Do not quarrel on the way.

 

As I pondered over this, I wonder what it means for the leadership and our walk with God. Are we conducting ourselves in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ?

BY ELDER CHAN HONG KIAT

Last week, the church announced that physical worship would cease until further notice. The news might come as a disappointment to those of us looking forward to worship in church. However, with the recent surge in community cases, it is right to suspend physical worship for now, in support of the government’s effort to curb community transmission.

BY REV GOH YONG KUANG

 

“I am the Lord, and I do not change..” - Malachi 3:6a (NLT)

 

Life is filled with uncertainties and inconsistencies!  We have our ups and downs, our good days and bad days. Sometimes we feel strong; at other times, weak.  And our walk is not always consistent with our talk.

 

BY PR ISAAC CHANG

 

“What day is it?” asked Pooh.

“It’s today,” squeaked Piglet.

“My favorite day.

  Yesterday, when it was tomorrow, it was too much day for me,” said Pooh.

BY PR ISAAC CHANG

 

On the night that I heard the gospel of the kingdom preached by a stranger at a party, I found my answer to the quest for life after death. I also found peace and assurance. There I said the sinner’s prayer and accepted Christ. After leaving that session with no fear of death anymore, the newfound brothers came to visit me and did a lesson on  repentance and salvation. They told me that in my conversion journey I must turn to Jesus and repent  of my sins. “Repent” was a new word to me. My English was pretty bad and I didn’t even know what it meant. That night, I understood that “repent” means a change of mind. Today, I looked up the Greek dictionary of “repent” and found that the meaning is true.