2016-03

Last Friday we observed Good Friday in remembrance of our Lord’s crucifixion and death on the cross. By tasting death for every man, Jesus took our penalty as He erased our guilt. Now God can forgive. Indeed we can echo with Paul when he said “the Son of God loved me and gave Himself for … » Read the Rest…




We live in a world of distractions. Drivers on the road tend to slow down when they see the unexpected; like an accident that had happened or a beautiful sunset that amazes which causes them to miss an exit. The dominance of technology such as smartphones are often major distractions for us during work or … » Read the Rest…


When we read through the Psalm, we find almost all kinds of emotions being expressed through the various psalmists – cries of loneliness, deep anguish and discouragement from illness or betrayal. There are also deep expression of joy and thanksgiving found in the Psalm, fear and anxiety, and shouts of joy from relief given to … » Read the Rest…


On Thursday, I received the following picture from a sister in this church and with the caption “NAILED TO THE CROSS ON A FRIDAY. HOW IS THAT GOOD?”. It is a banner outside a church along Orchard Road. What a reminder and good news for the public!