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By: Chong Teck

by Steven Chan God through His Spirit inspired the writers of the Scriptures to write so that we can read and understand His will and have facts-based faith in God as opposed to the oft claimed “better felt than told” approach to belief in the truth of the gospel. We believe because we read and understand the facts/evidence provided. We…

By: Chong Teck

by Steven Chan Jesus taught His disciples to pray to the Father to “give us this day our daily bread” (Matt 6:11) or to “give us day by day our daily bread” (Luke 11:3). This was to remind us of the need to recognize our dependence on God’s provisions on an ongoing daily basis. It is God’s desire that we…

By: Chong Teck

By Wilbur Lim The year 2016 has been a year of great blessings where many significant events and thoughts once conceived in the mind, crystallized in reality. I  thank God for the many provisions provided. Travelling mercies granted while I was overseas and back were one of such where I experienced a smooth journey, sublime weather and  peace-of-mind while roaming…

By: Chong Teck

by Steven Chan If you have been a member of a non-Christian chat groups in whatsapp, you may have come across a request by someone in the group (usually the administrator) that participants in the group refrain from discussing matters pertaining to “race, religion or politics” in the chat group. Such matters are often regarded as “sensitive” and may upset…

By: Chong Teck

by Ronnie Lee Can’t remember when I last wrote for the bulletin, but it’s always a struggle to find something to write about. As I sit back recuperating from the “hay fever” I contracted in Melbourne, Australia, I stumble on a common question everyone asked at some point in their lives. That is, “how would one generally keep himself/herself happy…

By: Chong Teck

By Khoo Tze Wei Which is essential for life: diamonds or water? The answer is obvious, but if you were on a game show, and had the choice between a diamond or a bottle of water as a prize, you would clearly choose the diamond. Why is this so? A TED-Ed video on “The Paradox of Value” by Akshita Agarwal…

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By Dr Koay Chuan Lek Sometime ago a nun of a certain religion came to see me seeking  help and assurance. She is a very religious, friendly and kind person in her fifties.  She was told by her medical doctor there is a growth in her mouth and it looks insidious and could be cancerous. That sets her into a…

By: Chong Teck

by Steven Chan The Bible relates to us the occasion when our Lord Jesus Christ appointed the twelve to be with him and that He might send them out to preach: “And He went up on the mountain and called to Him those He Himself wanted. And they came to Him. 14 Then He appointed twelve, that they might be with Him and that He…

By: Chong Teck

by Bryan Ho During one evening some time ago, after buying food from one of the more popular hawkers in town, I hurried to get into the car for it was raining quite heavily, and it was getting dark. As I was preparing to drive away, there was a knock on my window; a young girl was  asking for some…

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…