Psalms 42-43 is the cry of a man far removed from the place where he can worship God; and at the same time it is the voice of a spiritual believer, fighting depression, longing for the renewal of the divine presence, struggling with doubts and fears, but yet holding his ground by faith in the living God. Our best response to depression is our hope in God. We are confident that our pain does not have the final word. God is yet to unfold the most beautiful chapters of our lives. Video for this message is now available.
Chapters 42 and 43 of Psalms reveal a man who suffers while he is separated from fellow believers and his place of worship. This week, Ptr. Jared Co highlights what the psalmist did to persevere and urges us to adopt these same practices when we cross our own spiritual deserts to find our Hope and Salvation in God. Audio and video for this message are now available.
This week, Rev. Jeremiah Cheung re-examines this much-loved and familiar Psalm by showing us how the Lord provides, disciplines, blesses, and remains with us when we draw near our Shepherd and abide in Him. Audio and video for this message are now available.
God speaks to us through His creation and through His Word but listening for His voice does not come naturally to us. In this week’s message, Rev. Jeremiah Cheung calls us to look, listen, and respond to our Lord and Redeemer. Audio and video for this message are now available.