Monthly Archives: January 2011

Let us expect the best and the final gift from God!

Let us expect the best and the final gift from God! God has promised us to give an eternal life! God has actually given us eternal life through Jesus, our Lord. When Jesus was raised from the dead, God showed … Continue reading

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Lenten Bible Study

Lenten Bible Study Concord UMC                                                          by Pastor Sungho Lee   1. Introduction Lent is a season to prepare the Easter. It starts on the Ash Wednesday and ends on Easter. It has 40 days. We do not count 6 Sundays … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 10:1-15

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 10:1-15 God wants to save everybody. So, God has chosen you and me to tell the Good News to everybody. We have answered the call because we had experienced Grace (Sermon on Jan. 9th) and … Continue reading

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Everything has a time

Everything has a time   God sets up time for everything. The Bible says that there is a season for every activity under heaven. Yes, there is a time to be born and a time to die. Our sister Betty … Continue reading

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Shall We Sing a Love Song?

Shall we Sing a Love Song? Carefully, very cautiously, I lift up my little head over the ground, looking around asking myself, “Am I too early?” I heard a sprout coming out here and there even in Delaware Spring is … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 9:18-38

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 9:18-38 Our God is compassionate. When Jesus was doing ministry on earth, he demonstrated Gods’ compassion in many different ways. Today’s Bible passages show God’s compassion. Jesus first showed compassion for a ruler. A ruler … Continue reading

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If our great grandchildren ask…

If our great grand children ask, “Why did the church disappear in USA?” We have to say because we loved winning than loving! If our grand children ask, “Why are our churches so small and weak?” We would answer that … Continue reading

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