Monthly Archives: December 2013

Psalm 33

Psalm 33 The Greatness and Goodness of God What would happen if the great God is not good? We are all in deep trouble because we do not know what God would do with great power. What would happen if … Continue reading

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Psalm 32

Psalm 32 Why do we go to church? Why do we need God? This psalmist shares the most fundamental reason for our longing for God: We want to be forgiven! In our lives, we have committed sins. We are not … Continue reading

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Psalm 31

Psalm 31 What is shame? Shame is feeling of unworthiness and an effort to cover up true self. When we do not know that we are children of God, the Creator and the King of all kings, we try to … Continue reading

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Psalm 30

Psalm 30 Life is not always a peaceful sea. It has ups and downs. A seasoned sea-person would not rejoice or cry out over all the storms. God is in control. It is the nature of sea to make all … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: “Be bold to be a witness to the nations” (Acts 24:1-27)

Sermon in a nutshell: “Be bold to be a witness to the nations” (Acts 24:1-27) When I had a vacation, I went to the University of Alabama. I met the group of campus ministers and share my testimony with the … Continue reading

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Psalm 29

Psalm 29 What was at the beginning of the universe? The voice of God! The holy vibration was there and everything started with that holy vibration. These days, the physicists talk about “string theory.” They say that the vibration of … Continue reading

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Psalm 28

Psalm 28 How often should I pray to God? It seems to me David prayed to God constantly. Actually in the Bible, Paul also advised us to pray continuously (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in … Continue reading

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