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Triple-Decker Answered Prayer

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Our upcoming ReNew Conference theme, “Immeasurably More,” comes from Ephesians 3:20. It’s one of the greatest glimpses of God’s heart and His desire to amaze and astound us with His goodness. “Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or...

The Holy Sound of Silence

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We are in the middle of the Holy Week, the Passion Week, the final days before the Crucifixion. A brief summary of the preceding days:Palm Sunday: Jesus, riding humbly on a donkey, enters Jerusalem to throngs of people waving palm branches and shouting, cheering, “Hosanna in the...

The Gravity of Anonymity

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And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near. Hebrews 10:24-25 I went to a missions conference in Vancouver last weekend, had a great...

Fear No More

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Among the colourful cast of characters, the shepherds, angels, wise men, Joseph and Mary, Zechariah is usually overlooked in the Christmas story. “Who?” Exactly. But of all the above, Zechariah was the first one to be given a preview that God was planning something huge and...

The Aroma of Autumn

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There is a scent in the streets of Hong Kong that signals the beginning of autumn: the sweet burnt smell of roasted chestnuts. The dry, crisp air of the season seems to carry the aroma farther and more effortlessly, and I can pretty much track down the location of chestnut cart once I catch the...

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How We Reject Those We Love

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Love must be sincere. Romans 12:9 We have all experienced rejection and those experiences could have left us deeply wounded, even years after the experience. According the US Surgeon General’s 2001 report, it has been shown “Rejection is a greater risk for adolescent violence than...

Look Upward and Outward

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It is uncomfortable getting stuck "in-between normals." The inability to see the future feels like a lingering low-grade fever that never goes away, reminding us of our predicament and needs. This often drives us to look inward. The only thing we can think of is "me." But it doesn't need to be...

In-Between Normal

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The “normal” we are so familiar with no longer exists. Many hope and pray to "go back to normal" soon. We miss the comfort and routine that we are so used to; work, school, hobbies, church, social life ... Others talk about a "new normal," a new world that is very different from...

Who Are You blessing?

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Our society has become more and more individualistic. "Everyone for themselves" seems to be the modus operandi. It's all about me. It's my right. This, however, is anything but Jesus' teaching. Jesus says, "by this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another." (John...

Lesson from Ps. John Sung Shang Chieh

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While teaching a class on Philippians, we studied how Paul’s view of life has changed to such an extend that he said, “For to me to live is Christ and to die is gain.” Philippians 1:21 This reminds me of the Chinese evangelist Sung Shang Chieh (宋尙節), or...


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