The Fruit of Grace

  By Reverend Wilson Suwanto The Holiness of God Most people enjoy hearing sermons about the love of God; but very few care to hear about the holiness of God. Some find the subject of God’s holiness daunting. One pictures God as the ultimate judge who finds the flaws and...

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♫ … and A Happy New Year! ♫

  The celebrations, trumpets, and parties can be heard as the world ushers the new year. It is 2018 now. As people welcome this new year with optimism and new hope, there are those who don’t see the new year as something to be excited about. Those who lie on...

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Worry Free, Fear Free and Content Godly Life

  By Gamas Chang Several years ago my contract employment job was terminated prematurely. It was supposed to be a three year contract but it was terminated only after 1.5 years instead. My family and I immediately prayed about this situation and asked for God’s help and providence. As weeks...

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The Meaning of Christmas

  It’s December, and Christmas is here. Christmas surpasses all other holidays in popularity and excitement. All kinds of activities, events, and traditions throw themselves into this one biggest event of the year. While the whole world knows Christmas, they don’t necessarily know Christ. Isn’t that ironic? Christ is there...

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You Can Know the Christ of Christmas

By: Billy Graham Once again the world celebrates Christmas. People fervently pray that the Spirit of Christmas will pervade the entire world. In many parts of the world Christmas carolers will stand outside their neighbors’ doors and sing “Silent Night! Holy Night!” Everyone is busily preparing for the holiday season....

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A reason to give thanks

Thanksgiving is here. Giving thanks to the Lord is more than just paying lip service to Him. It is acknowledging that God is good, and that whatever He gives can only be good for us. As we grow in the knowledge of Christ and His love, our thanksgiving will increase,...

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Perspectives on Anger

By: Pdt. Wilson Suwanto Anger is hard to define, not because it is secretive or rare, but precisely because it is very common, and a daily occurrence. Turn on the TV and you will see violence, incidents, or conflicts driven by anger. Although we can’t always define anger accurately, we...

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What is Repentance ?

October 31, 1517 is the date when Martin Luther presented his 95 theses for the reformation of the church. The first of these theses says, “When our Lord and Master Jesus Christ said, “Repent” (Matthew 4:17), He willed the entire life of believers to be one of repentance.” While all...

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5 Ways You Can Help the Homeless!

What do you do when you see someone holding up a sign, “Will Work For Food”? Do you roll down your window and give them money? Do you pretend you didn’t see them? Nobody likes to be confronted by the homeless—their needs often seem too overwhelming—but we all want to...

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Church 34th Anniversary

When we celebrate birthday, we pause for a while. We stop to look back to the things and events that have happened in the past and shaped our present life. We celebrate the special day while wondering what the future will look like. Some look to the future with excitement,...

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