Monthly Archives: July 2010

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 2:1-13

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 2:1-12 Who is Jesus? Many people who go to church cannot answer the simple question. Some say that he is one of the four saints: Jesus, Confucius, Buddha, and Mohammed. They say this because Christianity, … Continue reading

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Come home!

Come home, my daughter! I am waiting for you! Some say that you are a prodigal child, You are always my precious girl in my mind. You have come all the way from the foreign land and gone through thistles … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 1:18-25

God is among us! God is among us to make sure that we have abundant life in God. When God is with us, who can destroy us or harm us? When God care for our well-being what or who would … Continue reading

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Life is short and unstable

Life is short and unstable These days I am going around meeting our church members, especially the shut-ins and the elderly people. They cannot come to the worship service and I go to them and deliver God’s love and grace. … Continue reading

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Why We Give

“Why We Give” Today, I received an email from our UMC denomination’s Communications office. They want to put my statement in the quotation in the booklet called “Why We Give.” “I give because I cannot waste any penny that I … Continue reading

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You are nice to the elderly!

You are nice to the elderly! One of my church members came to me today and said, “I heard that you are nice to the elderly!” Yes, I am. Why? You may want to ask to me. I would say … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 1: 12-17

In the Bible, life went on after the national crisis of the Israel. After 14 generations, we can see Messiah. God is always working in our lives especially when it looks like the most difficult times. So, let us have hope and faith to go through all the problems, which are always smaller than God’s mighty power! Continue reading

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