So when we talk about the Word, don’t just think of your Bible. Think of who is inside that book—Christ. Why is this important? Because many Christians, yes, they read their Bibles, they believe that the Bible is the Word of God, but when they read the Bible, they are just looking for moral principles, things to do, so that they can be a better husband, or wife, or student, or employee, or neighbor. Kung ganyan lang ang approach mo sa Bible, the Word cannot be an anchor for your soul.
I hope itong two prayers sa Psalm 119:41-48—for the gospel to go deeper sa puso natin at for the gospel to overflow para masabi natin ito sa iba—ang maging prayers din natin. At itong four commitments—in obeying, proclaiming, treasuring and meditating on God’s Word—ang maging commitments din natin. Not just occasionally, but daily.
To celebrate the historical, doctrinal and practical significance of the 500 years of Protestant Reformation (1517-2017), ang sermon series natin … More
Pangalawang bahagi na tayo ngayon ng pag-aaral natin sa Sola Scriptura for this month of August. Hanggang December, Five Solas … More
As your heart treasures the Word of God, you listen to him when you open your Bible, when you close your Bible, and live a life of intimate relationship with him 24/7. Malinaw yan sa unang awit na pag-aaralan natin, sa Psalm 19.
Here are the audio recordings of the stories we are using in sharing The Story of God to others. Listen … More