In heaven, you will not be alien dogs, but kings who will reign for eternity (Rev 5:10). You will be counted among God’s chosen, holy nation (1 Pet 2:9). You will not be given crumbs, but will eat rich food and choice wine in a heavenly feast.
Four kinds of soil: Deaf and Dead; Shallow and Skin-Deep; Depraved and Decadent; Fertile and Fruitful. The good soil will bear fruit in an honest and good heart, but it will be a struggle so that they have to be steadfast in what they have heard. But with patience through the choking thorns of our earthly life, God has promised that we will surely bear fruit.
Scripture Readings: Isaiah 9:6-7; Luke 2:8-14 December 16, 2018 • Download this sermon (PDF) Today is the third Sunday of the Advent season. This season, the month of December, I’m preaching on the beautiful songs of Christmas, and how they refer to the Bible. In the last two Sundays, we studied the hymns, “O Come, […]Read More
How can one man’s atoning sacrifice cover these multitudes of sins of multitudes of people? Because Jesus Christ is also infinite God, so his sacrifice has infinite and eternal value (John 1:29; Hebrews 10:14).
Isaiah 7:14; Matthew 1:18-23; Revelation 21:1-4 December 2, 2018 • Download this sermon (PDF) Dear Congregation of Christ: Today, the first Sunday of Advent 2018, we will begin a series of studies on the Scriptural basis for four of the most beautiful Christmas songs churches sing. Most Christmas songs that are popularly sung in […]
Readings: Psalm 118:22; Isaiah 53:10-12; Luke 24:25-27, 44-47 (text) April 1, 2018 • Download this sermon (PDF) Beloved Congregation: In our text, Jesus is not like the typical street preacher who stands in a street corner with a sign saying, “Repent, for Jesus is Coming with a Vengeance!” Rather, he came alongside two disciples […]Read More
A Short Meditation on Isaiah 53:1-3 March 30, 2018 (Good Friday) · Download this article (PDF) In our meditations this Good Friday, we divided Isaiah 53 into three parts. In verses 1-3, the Suffering Servant is despised and rejected by his people. In verses 4-6, he bore the sins of his people in his […]Read More
Genesis 3:15; Isaiah 53:1-12; Matthew 5:10-12 (text) March 11, 2018 • Download this sermon (PDF) Beloved Congregation of Christ: Are Christians and Christian churches really being persecuted in our nation? Most non-Christians say that we Christians have it good in America. We still meet in churches every Lord’s Day without fear of violence. We […]
Isaiah 40:1-5; Malachi 4:5-6; Matthew 3:1-12; 11:11-15 January 21, 2018 • Download this sermon (PDF) Beloved Congregation of Christ: Did you know that the Olympic marathon event started about 2,500 years ago? Well, sort of. The marathon, a long-distance running event of 26 miles, 385 yards, was a commemoration of the run of an […]Read More
Isaiah 53:1-12; Hebrews 11:30-40 May 7, 2017 • Download this sermon (PDF) Congregation of Christ: “Start calling yourself healed, happy, whole, blessed, and prosperous. Stop talking to God about how big your mountains are, and start talking to your mountains about how big your God is! Don’t just accept whatever comes your way in life. […]