Monthly Archives: August 2010

Sermon in a Nutshell: Matthew 3:13-17

Sermon in a Nutshell: Matthew 3:13-17 We are God’s children, the Beloved. God is well pleased with us. Do you also feel that way? When Jesus was baptized at the Jordan River that was the voice that Jesus heard from … Continue reading

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I would read Psalms in this Fall

I would read Psamls, In this season of harvest. I have enough of Laws In the winter When the snow made A heavy blanket over me silently I have seen Those young green sprouts Died and suffered Through the jealous … Continue reading

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To a fellow sinner

Have you raised a child? You have given her everything you have but she would say that she has not received anything. Have you planted a tree? You have labored in the garden all year but it has not grown … Continue reading

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God’s Love Letter

I love to hear birds singing, praising God up high in sky every morning when God yawns at dawn! I love to smell flowers blooming, praising God fresh in the garden every morning as the sun sprouts out from its … Continue reading

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After Thunder and Shower

My Love, It is always like this: Without shower, there will be no flower! My Love, Come to me with peace When there is thunder there will be also wonder! My Love, Would you walk with me in the garden? … Continue reading

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The Love that matters

I can’t remember but I am sure that I was mad over some cookies that does not matter any more I do not know exactly when I was so angry about some behaviors that does not matter now but I … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 3:1-12

Sermon in a nutshell: Baptism of the Holy Spirit and Fire (Matthew 3:1-12) What is baptism and what do we do after being baptized? Baptism means the change of status. Before being baptized, before we publicly announce our trust in … Continue reading

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