by Rev. Jeremiah Cheung Psalm 23 is one of the favorite psalms of believers because its content is true-to-life: it is a portrait of David’s life and it is the story of David’s life. It is, in addition, also the story of the life of every believer. Every one of us can find ourselves in this psalm. The theme of this psalm is found in verse one – The Lord is my shepherd and I shall not lack. Is the Lord your Shepherd? The Lord is David’s shepherd and David says he lacks nothing. The most important point to ask is, “Is the Lord your shepherd?” David referred to the Lord as the shepherd and himself as the sheep. David […]
Today, we face a grave trial. This present trial not only tests us in the area of our physical health, but also our souls – our mind, our feelings, and our will. It is also a test of our spirit – our relationship with God and our faith. In peaceful times, our faith is superficial, but during times of adversity, our faith is reformed. The coronavirus is a wake-up call.
The year 2020 will be an important year for us. The path ahead of us is one that we had never tread before. It is not important how many people meet in the discipleship center; what is most important to us is how many people become the Lord’s disciples, how many become the salt and light of the world.
Not everyone can take part in building God’s temple. Even David, the man after God’s heart, did not have the opportunity. Today, God is giving us this opportunity. Do you want to be a part of building God’s sanctuary?