Today's Message

Father God, teach us to love our neighbour even if it is not how we feel. May Your Spirit, who dwells in us, point us to the right path. It is difficult, LORD, to forget and to forgive the bad that we feel may have been done to us. Shine Your grace on us, LORD, that we may be reminded how it can change the world around us and in us. Let us not forget You loved us when we were unlovable with sin. In Jesus’s name. Amen.

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Christian Education

Failure Is Not The End

19 Jan 2020

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I am sure failure in what we have done and our relationships have always got us down. No two ways about it. We would have been disappointed. We would have been angered. We would have been exasperated. We would have been depressed. We would have felt let down by people who we thought could be trusted and we loved. Sometimes, we would have felt like giving up. But, looking back, and mostly after having “fought” back or got back on our feet when we could, we would have always got up wiser and stronger. By the grace of God.

We will always be in broken situations. No two ways about it. But I have also come to learn that the Spirit in us is what will revive and re-energise us. If we call on It with all our heart! Praise God that He is always here for us. He is the potter. We are His clay. He is continuously forming us. We should be grateful we are always in His hands. In His hands! How wonderful that is! How marvellous!

– Colin Chee


From 10 October 2020

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The Holy Spirit, a Neglected Source of Teaching and Counselling

9 Oct 2020

But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, He will teach you all things and bring to your remembrance all that I have said to you. Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid. John 14:26-27

Recently I have been reflecting on the Holy Spirit as a Teacher.

Over the years, in my conversation with believers, I realised that this Teacher has been neglected. But this Teacher is also known as the Helper and Counsellor in the New Testament.

When Christ spoke to His disciples about this Teacher, it was in the context of His impending departure from earth [John14:1-27]. He said He would not leave them as spiritual orphans [14:18]. The Holy Spirit would be sent to live within them.

Why is the Holy Spirit neglected as a Teacher? We neglect what we are ignorant about.

We could have missed or ignored such passages in the Bible. It could also be that it has not been highlighted and taught. Or it could have been taught but it never registered in our minds and spirit.

Today we are flooded with several sources of bible teachings that are useful and some not so useful. They are accessible through the click of our finger. Technology has opened the floodgates of teaching materials. We can listen to a buffet spread of services and teachings that are on websites. We can also physically be present on site for church services and teachings.

All these sources are external to us.

But the Holy Spirit as a Teacher is special. This Person lives within us.

Sadly, we tend to ignore what we do not see or hear.

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