Posts Tagged ‘love’

Philophobia

Sunday, July 28th, 2019

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: 1 John 4:7-18

Description: We already have read many books, listened to multitude of stories, heard countless messages about love. But what exactly is love in its perfection? Why do love and fear tie in so closely together? How is it that we can love because of God’s preceding love for us?

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The Greatest of These is Love

Sunday, March 10th, 2019

Message by Pastor Sam Wong

Text: 1 John 4:9-12; 18-21

Sermon Outline:

Why is love the greatest?
1. The Nature of Love
-The most unnatural act
-Agape: To lay down the greatest sacrifice for the least deserved

2. The Implication of Love
-Why John only writes about loving brothers and sisters?
-Why those who hate their brothers are still in darkness?
-Ethics or Theology

3. The Practice of Love
-Perfect or complete

4. The Effect of Love
-Who loves who
-Who fears what

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Crazy Love

Sunday, April 1st, 2018

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: Luke 15: 11-32

Easter is usually a time where we come together and get to hear some lovely and really warm messages about how God has saved us and God has this crazy love coming pursuing for us. But since today is April 1, I decided to do something different, that’s actually not the title, the actual title of the sermon is ridiculously offensive. Okay now that the April Fool’s stuff is out of the way, and come on this is probably the only time in my life where I’ll preach an Easter sermon on April Fool’s day. So I hope you didn’t get offended in that little prank that I pulled there, but a lot of the times we do get offended by a lot of different things in life. One that happened recently was circulating on the internet, and maybe some of you knew about this.

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God’s Love Shown To Us

Sunday, December 13th, 2015

Message by Pastor Gilbert Nigh

Text: John 3:16-18, 34-35; John 14:1-6

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Some Rest

Sunday, October 13th, 2013

Message by Rev. Dr. Gary Roosma, guest speaker

The focus is on the theme of Jesus giving rest, as the Good Shepherd, to His people in the desert. We’ll especially be looking at the deep compassion/love of Jesus for His people, and indeed for all those in “desert” places. Especially as His provision of food is a sign of the messianic banquet that we all look forward to. And of course, the challenge is for us, as His followers, to also be “feeding” His people throughout the world.

Text: Mark 6:30-44

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