In Romans 6, Paul asks: “Shall we sin because we are not under the law but under grace?” This week, Rev. Jeremiah Cheung revisits this question by explaining that we reap what we sow, for we are either slaves to sin or slaves to righteousness. Let us choose wisely.
Heroes may not be perfect, but they become heroes when they fight for their ideals and make sacrifices for others. This Father’s Day, join Rev. Jeremiah Cheung as he encourages every father to make sacrifices for the sake of their wives and children—and become the hero in the eyes of their family.
Adam brought sin into the world while Christ ushered in grace. This week, Rev. Jeremiah Cheung explains the similarities and differences between the first Adam and the last Adam (Christ) and how this affects our lives.
Most of the world’s crises arise from a relationship crisis—the broken relationship between man and God. We try to compensate by boasting about worthless things, but in the end, these are futile. In this message, Rev. Jeremiah Cheung points us to the real good that we believers can put our boast in.