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2018 Weekly No.31

LETTERS TO THE SEVEN CHURCHES THE HEAD OF THE CHURCH (II) Text: Revelation 1:11-20 In the previous section we saw the Lord describe the seven churches of Asia as seven […]

2018 Weekly No.30

VIETNAM MISSION TRIP 3-7 July 2018 Testimony by sister Sarah Chng I went for this mission trip with the expectation that it was going to be like any other VBS […]

2018 Weekly No.29

RESOLVING MARITAL QUARRELS Courting couples usually look forward to married life with joyful expectations. They say in their hearts, “We are made for each other. O how wonderful it will […]

2018 Weekly No.28

PARTAKING THE LORD’S SUPPER Text: 1 Corinthians 11:23-30 The sacrament of the Lord’s Supper was instituted just before the death of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ (Matthew 26:26-28; Mark […]

2018 Weekly No.27

LETTERS TO THE SEVEN CHURCHES THE HEAD OF THE CHURCH (I) Text: Revelation 1:11-20 The Church The term “church” is translated from the Greek noun ekklēsia. This Greek term is […]

2018 Weekly No.26

CHILDREN’S BIBLE CAMP 2018 (Report by Shermaine Tan Peck Suan) We praise and thank God for bringing 27 children to join us for the camp this year. Among them are […]

2018 Weekly No.25

ANNIVERSARY MESSAGE On the 31st Anniversary of Tabernacle Bible-Presbyterian Church, we remember and rejoice in the goodness of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. “Bless the LORD, O my soul: […]

2018 Weekly No.24

COOPERATIVE PREACHING? I have been asked the following question a few times recently – “Should a pastor preach in a Charismatic Church if the opportunity arises?” This question is not […]

2018 Weekly No.23

A COMPANION IN CHRIST Text: Revelation 1:9 Revelation 1:9 introduces us to the theme and thrust of the Book of Revelation – “I John, who also am your brother, and […]

2018 Weekly No.22

LETTERS TO THE SEVEN CHURCHES INTRODUCTION AND GREETINGS (II) – THE COMMISSIONED SERVANT Text: Revelation 1:4-8 The Apostle John desired his readers to understand that he did not send himself […]