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By: Chong Teck

By John Quek “Rejoice in the Lord always. Again I will say, rejoice!” Phil. 4:4. You either experience it or you witness it to know what rejoicing is. The Scriptures mentioned that the Ethiopian eunuch “went on his way rejoicing” after both Philip and him came up out of the water after the former was caught away. Obviously, his feeling…

By: Chong Teck

By Steven Chan During this past week, some 65 members from various congregations (with the bulk of the participants from the Klang congregation) attended the Inter-Congregational Camp held at Refreshing Springs, in Kalumpang, near Kuala Kubu Bahru, in Selangor. There were in fact two Camps held at the same time. Participants of the Family Camp were privileged to learn from…

By: Chong Teck

By Leow Yew Chong One of the first instructions that our Lord Jesus gave before He ascended to heaven is found in Matthew 28:19-20 i.e., “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have…

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by Ong Eng Boon I love almost all sports programmes the TV has to offer. I followed the just concluded Olympic games daily just to get a feel of the competitive spirit. I am always amazed by the athletes’ sporting abilities in their respective disciplines. The athletes have to discipline themselves and go through many sacrifices as well as bodily…

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by Lim Chong Teck Many books have been written about the techniques of warfare, the preparations and training that one should go through in facing the enemy successfully. There are many references made about the need to assess and recognize both our strengths and weaknesses of ourselves and that of the enemy. Much of these are written about physical warfare….

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by Rick Kirk Kindness is a virtue that will be appreciated by any beneficiary. It is mostly underemphasized and has been largely overshadowed by love and compassion. Many acts of kindness are usually considered acts of love or compassion which they are. Kindness is love and compassion in action. James tells us that our action rather than our hollow and…

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by Richard Lim Have you ever been in an identity crisis? Have you ever woken up one day not remembering anything at all, not even your name. In the movie, The Bourne Identity, there is a man who was saved by a group of fishermen and when he woke up, he couldn’t remember his name and hasn’t got the slightest…

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by Roger D. Campbell We first read about the Holy Spirit in the Bible in Genesis 1:2, where He is identified as “the Spirit of God.” He is further known as “the Spirit of the LORD” or “the Spirit of Jehovah” (2 Samuel 23:2, ASV), “the Spirit of truth” (John 14:17), and “the Helper” or “the Comforter” (John 14:26, KJV)….

By: Chong Teck

by Steven Chan The Bible is the Sole Authority for ascertaining the answer to the above question because it is given by the inspiration of God for our guidance: “But you must continue in the things which you have learned and been assured of, knowing from whom you have learned them, 15 and that from childhood you have known the Holy Scriptures, which…

By: Chong Teck

by Steven Chan The Bible tells us that the apostles and early Christians went about preaching the Word:- a. Acts 8:4: “Therefore those who were scattered went everywhere preaching the word” b. Acts 15:35: “Paul and Barnabas also remained in Antioch, teaching and preaching the word of the Lord, with many others also.” What did the early Christian preach about…