Sermons

The Servant Who Reveals God's Triumph Through Humility

God's glory was displayed through Christ who did not count equality with God something to be grasped but in stead laid aside his tights to obey God to the point of death on a cross. Jesus emptied himself to save us from our sin and pride, so how can we not now count others more significant than ourselves?
Philippians 2:5-11
31 Dec 2017
Geoff Jelley

The Servant Who Reveals God's Triumph Through Humility

God's glory was displayed through Christ who did not count equality with God something to be grasped but in stead laid aside his tights to obey God to the point of death on a cross. Jesus emptied himself to save us from our sin and pride, so how can we not now count others more significant than ourselves?
Philippians 2:5-11
31 Dec 2017
Elliot Pang

The Servant Who Reveals God's Triumph Through Humility

God's glory was displayed through Christ who did not count equality with God something to be grasped but in stead laid aside his tights to obey God to the point of death on a cross. Jesus emptied himself to save us from our sin and pride, so how can we not now count others more significant than ourselves?
Philippians 2:5-11
31 Dec 2017
Lim Lian Arn

The Child who Reveals God's Salvation

God is alive. He is an active agent in human history and uses his Holy Spirit to move God-fearing people to work together as part of his salvation plan. He is not silent, not absent, not powerless to accomplish his purposes but rather does so in his perfect time. He has provided a one way of salvation, through his Son Jesus Christ, to save the entire world from sin. We cannot be neutral towards Jesus and our attitude reveals whether we believe him or not.
Luke 2:22-35
25 Dec 2017
Simon Murphy

The Son Who Reveals The Father's Glory

Every human is born with a sense of inner angst, an unresolved internal desire to be seen, valued, and praised. This search is a search for glory, and any attempt to find it outside of the true God of glory will prove to be futile. But this God of glory has taken on flesh, and come to us, to reveal it to us, and show us how we might live with true glory.
John 1:14-18
17 Dec 2017
Simon Murphy

The Grace that Makes Us Sing

Only God is faithful to his promises, fulfulling them in as he reverses his people's fortunes, inviting us all to rejoice as we find satisfying life in him.
Isaiah 54:1-17, 55:1-13
10 Dec 2017
Simon Murphy

Behold the Lamb of God who Takes Away Sin

Sinners are enemies of God. However, through the vicarious suffering of the Servant, we can have peace with God. Because the Servant was pierced for our transgressions and crushed for our iniquities, we are healed of the disease of sin. Because God has accepted Jesus' sacrifice on our behalf, we are accounted righteous in his eyes.
52:13-15, Isaiah 53:1-12
3 Dec 2017
Jeremy Lee

The Greatest Hero of All

The fourth servant song in Isaiah presents a picture of a hero that is perplexing yet powerful. Centuries before Jesus walked the Earth, these sacred words were penned to show us how while he may not look like the heroes we usually look for, he would be the hero that brings us what we really need.
Isaiah 52:13-15, Isaiah 53:1-12
3 Dec 2017
Jacob Abraham

Awake!

God's triumphant grace in our lives awakes us to be set apart for holiness and live for his higher purposes in this world.
Isaiah 51:9-23, Isaiah 52:1-12
26 Nov 2017
Jacob Ng

Listen!

God has promised to send a perfectly obedient servant who will be committed to save God's people from sin and death. Those who trust in the Lord and listen to his teaching will receive everlasting salvation and not be put to shame.
Isaiah 50:4-11, Isaiah 51:1-8
19 Nov 2017
Seow Aik Keong

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