Monthly Archives: March 2011

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 13:1-23

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 13:1-23 We can bear fruits. We will bear fruits abundantly with the grace of God. Who are we? We are the children of God and citizens of the Kingdom of God. We are created by … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 12:38-50

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 12:38-50 Last Sunday we examined the Bible to see who Jesus was and is. By his actions, we concluded that even though he was humble and meek in his personality and character he was and … Continue reading

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A Prayer for Japan

Prayer for Japanese People   O LORD, who loves the world even to give His only begotten Son, Jesus! We pray for the brothers and sisters of Japan. They had this sudden attack of tsunami and earthquakes and lost their … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 12:15-37

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 12:15-37 Last Sunday’s Bible passage ends like this: “But the Pharisees went out and conspired against him, how to destroy him.” Why did they try to kill Jesus? What did Jesus do? Who is Jesus? … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 12:9-14

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 12:9-14 God wants us to live abundant life. Last Sunday we have examined two traps that we have to avoid to enjoy true rest and abundant life. When we committed sins, we have to confess … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 11:20-12:8

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 11:20-12:8 Jesus promised us to give rest in our life. Jesus invites us, who are weary and are carrying heavy burdens. Why are we weary and carrying heavy burdens? How can we have rest that … Continue reading

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