Monthly Archives: December 2010

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 8:23-34

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 8:23-34 Jesus was born not only in a manger two thousand years ago but also in our hearts and in our lives today! That Jesus who was born is God! He is not just cute … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 8:14-22

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 8:14-22 Tonight, we come to celebrate the birth of Jesus, our Messiah. Jesus came to give us life. Jesus has conquered the darkness in the world. We symbolize the life that Jesus has brought into … Continue reading

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Are you God-centered or Human-centered?

Are you God-centered or Human-centered? People say that there are two kinds of theologies. One is God-centered theology and the other is Human-centered theology. There are many different characteristics between the two. However, one striking difference is found in our … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 8:1-13

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 8:1-13 Today is the 4th Sunday of Advent. Our church celebrates and waits for the coming of the Lord with Christmas Cantata. The music and words have Christmas message already. However, I would like meditate … Continue reading

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Dialogues with a searching soul

Dialogues with a searching soul The other day I met a young lady. She was ready to be baptized but hesitated. I asked the reason why. She said that she still had trouble with the thought that the loving God … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 7:21-28

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 7:21-28 God promises us joy! However, the joy comes to us when we actually follow God’s words and do accordingly. Someone said to me the other day this story. One man kept praying that he … Continue reading

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Hope

The barren land after the fall harvest is the heart of a mother. With the proud memory of field-full vegetables, scars from the muscle fights against the summer storms, wrinkles from the protective frowns at the lightening nights, holes scattered … Continue reading

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