Ptr. Genesis Tan takes us through the “Laws of the Kings” found in Deuteronomy 17:14-20 and shows us how the failure of the wisest man in the Bible serves as a great warning for us not to live for power, sex, or money. Instead, we must live in accordance with every Word that comes from God.
This week, Rev. Jeremiah Cheung describes three people in the life of David who symbolize why we have lost the throne of our lives and how we can reclaim it for Christ. Are you a Shimei, a Mephibosheth, or a Barzillai? Today’s message is the second of three parts.
Rev. Jeremiah Cheung continues our exploration of Servanthood by asking us to reflect on our priorities and actions, and whether or not our lives reveal that the Lord is enthroned as our ruler. Today’s message is the first of three parts.
Rev. Jeremiah Cheung urges us to look to Jesus when we think about Servanthood. In his final message reflecting on Jesus’ ministry, Rev. Cheung challenges us to serve in patience, self-denial, and obedience – putting God first in everything, then putting others before ourselves.