“The church is called to be a community of grace. “

Just as we have received grace when Jesus Christ forgave us of our sins, reconciled us back to Him, and adopted us into His family, we are also called as a church family to dispense of that same grace by being loving and accepting towards everyone – even those who may have offended us, we disagree with, or in conflict with. By doing so, we attract people to Christ.

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As a church, the people of God, we are called to model His love to the world—to reflect who Jesus is with how we live our lives at home, in the workplace, or wherever He calls us to go.

May we show the world a kind of church that’s loving, humble, kind, and always willing to serve others.

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According to Proverbs 19:12, “Many are the plans in a man’s heart, but it is the Lord’s purpose that prevails.”

Our senses and other people may fail us, but God will never fail us. We can stand on His Word, because what He has promised, He is faithful to fulfill. Our greatest assurance is that God knows all things and His purpose will not be thwarted.

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We can put our complete trust in God no matter how seemingly impossible our situations may be, because God’s Word is reliable, His timing is perfect and His power is unlimited.

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There is still hope for this nation because God is still in the business of transforming lives. May we continue to stand in the gap and pray for God’s good, pleasing and perfect will to be done in our lives and in our beloved nation.

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The best way to demonstrate the gospel is by loving others. 

We love because God loved us first. And God showed his love for us in this – that despite the depth of our sins, we were forgiven and accepted. As this truth sinks in our hearts, the rightful response is to overflow with God’s love by loving even those who are unlovable and despised by the society.

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“Anything that is built by human hands will be shaken. Whatever is built by God will remain.”

Everyone desires significance and security. If we truly want to live a life that counts, let us allow God to have our family, career, relationships and dreams be established on Him and His Word. 

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Jesus Christ was filled with wisdom and power from God the Father. He was able to encourage the weary, give hope to the hopeless and heal those who were sick physically and spiritually by speaking the Word of God. 

As His ambassadors, we called to be the salt and light to this broken world as we study and meditate on the Word of God everyday and receive the power from the Holy Spirit.

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“Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it’s thinking of yourself less.” – C.S. Lewis

In a day and age of self-promotion, God is calling us to imitate Jesus Christ. He was born on a manger, lived a life of serving others, and subjected Himself to crucifixion to pay the penalty for our sins. He was concerned about the glory of God, not fame. He was seeking after the applause of God, not men. 

Humility by serving others and putting others first is not a form of weakness, deficiency nor defect, but an opportunity to bring glory to God and make His name known.

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When Jesus came, He declared that His kingdom is near. In fact, at His resurrection, He inaugurated the new creation. And the signs of this kingdom are the miracles and healing. These are manifestations of His kingdom. Thus, we can trust for His healing today!