Monthly Archives: May 2014

Psalm 82

Psalm 82 We have the supreme Judge to rely on! When things are getting worse here on earth, we feel frustration. Whatever we do, we cannot make the world a better place and we feel hopeless. However, as soon as … Continue reading

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Psalm 81

Psalm 81 We have reasons to praise God! The psalmist commands us to praise God and provides the reasons for our praise in the history of Israel. “Sing aloud to God our strength; shout for joy to the God of … Continue reading

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Psalm 80

Psalm 80 When you have hard times in life, to whom do you call? Some people talk to friends and some to their teachers. Some went to bars and some went to gym. Or some commit suicide. However, psalmist always … Continue reading

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Psalm 79

Psalm 79 What do you do when the foundation of your existence was shattered? For the Israelites, Jerusalem Temple was the center of their national life. In 587 BC it was destroyed by the Babylonians. It was not just physical … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Ask Forgiveness to God (Lev. 5:14-19)

Sermon in a nutshell: Ask Forgiveness to God (Lev. 5:14-19) We live in the sight of God! In the world, we are responsible only for our intentional wrongdoings and negligence. When we commit crimes, we go to prison or pay … Continue reading

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Psalm 78

Psalm 78 What would be the appropriate response to God’s grace? It is gratitude. Our whole life depends on God. Whatever we have and enjoy now comes from God. Once we lose the attitude of gratitude, we lose our joy … Continue reading

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Psalm 77

Psalm 77 Sometimes we feel that God is far away. When our life is going through tough times, we feel that God is far away. When we are in serious trouble, we feel that we are lonely and nobody cares … Continue reading

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