Monthly Archives: August 2010

God is… humble!

By: Jerry Tan “Let no one deceive himself. If anyone among you seems to be wise in this age, let him become a fool that he may become wise. For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For … Continue reading

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Psalm 1

By: Danny Chua Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the LORD; … Continue reading

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Calling… Learning from Jesus

By: Dev Menon So continuing to think about calling, How then do we begin to discern our calling? Realising that it is fundamentally more important to know our primary calling, and then only through that to get to our particular … Continue reading

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God is… Transparent!

By: Jerry Tan From my previous post (God is… Community!), the Latin word is “Circumincessio” 🙂 Circumincessio describes the shared life of mutual indwelling between Father, Son, and Spirit. It attempts to capture the profound reality communicated by Jesus in … Continue reading

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How God is a Calvinist Dad

By: Ng Shaowen Jesus died on the cross for an ultimate substitutionary death. But the question of who Jesus died for continues till today. The classic Arminianism vs Calvinism debate is as follows: (By a man called Jacobus Arminius) Arminianism: … Continue reading

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Calling… Primary vs Secondary

By: Dev Menon Continuing on the series on ‘calling’…. Previous posts – here, here, here & here Very often you will hear the terminology of primary/internal calling and secondary/external calling Primary calling is often ignored since it is a generic … Continue reading

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A Suffering Friend

By: Ruth Jamir He … began to wash the disciples feet. (John 13:5) At the Last Supper, before Jesus was betrayed, before He was crucified, before He was killed … … He washed His disciples feet. He was suffering inwardly … Continue reading

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