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2020 Weekly No.26

Dear readers, Today is an unprecedented day, for it is the first time we are commemorating Tabernacle Bible -Presbyterian Church’s Anniversary via live-streaming. Who would have thought when Tabernacle BPC […]

2020 Weekly No.25

TikTok for the Christian? A Summary of a Message Preached by Rev Joseph Poon to Ebenezer Youth Fellowship Summary by Rachel Leong TikTok is the latest leading short-form mobile video […]

2020 Weekly No.24

Summary of “Union in Communion” Sermon preached by Rev (Dr) Jeffrey Khoo on 31st May 2020 at  True Life Bible-Presbyterian Church.  The Holy Communion cannot be observed virtually or in […]

2020 Weekly No.23

WHICH HEART? Summary of Sermon Preached by Pastor on 31 May 2020 Text: Jeremiah 17:5-11 The heart is critical to the function of a man. It functions by circulating life-giving […]

2020 Weekly No.22

WILL YOU ALSO GO AWAY? Summary of Sermon Preached by Pastor on 24 May 2020 Text: John 6:66-71 There are many who profess to be Christians today, wearing it like […]

2020 Weekly No.21

NEVER ALONE Read John 14:1-6; 18 I have preached recently on this topic on 10 May 2020. And I thought it was most appropriate to be preached also at the […]

2020 Weekly No.20

DIVINE HARDENING In the sermon entitled, “Unbelievable Unbelief”, we saw how the children of Israel refused to receive Christ as their Lord and Saviour, despite the perfect preaching and great […]

2020 Weekly No.19

SPIRITUAL SPECTACLES Those of us who have myopia (i.e. short-sightedness) will know the importance of our spectacles. Without them, we are not able to see or discern clearly. There will […]

2020 Weekly No.18

RECENT ABUSE OF THE LORD’S SUPPER The rapid spread of the SARS-COV-2 has made it impossible for churches to gather physically as the congregation of God, to partake of the […]

2020 Weekly No.17

THE WORST FAMINE Text: Amos 8:11-12 The COVID-19 global outbreak has caused supply chains around the world to be disrupted. Farmers who have harvested their food are unable to transport […]