The Feast of Booths, Water and Lights

  Leviticus 23:33-36, 39-43; Zechariah 14:16-19; John 1:14; 7:1-2, 37-39; 8:12 (texts); Revelation 21:1-4 © November 17, 2013 (Pasig) • Download this PDF sermon Introduction Beloved congregation of Christ: … [Read more...]

The Ninth Commandment: Lies, Truth, and Faith

The Harlot of Jericho and the Two Spies by James Tissot

  The devil is the father of liars, deceivers, slanderers, and false accusers. But our God is the God of truth. Who do you believe and obey? Genesis 2:15-17, 3:1-13; John 8:39-47 (text); HC Lord's Day 43 November … [Read more...]

His Life for His Sheep (John 10:14-16)

The Bible says that Jesus accomplished the salvation of those whom the Father has chosen. He did not just make possible salvation to all—sheep and goats alike—but he actually saved all the sheep. Scripture Readings: … [Read more...]

“It is Finished”

Scripture Readings: Isaiah 53:10-11; John 19:28-30 (text); Hebrews 10:12-14 Good Friday Meditation, April 6, 2012 Ever wondered why this day, a commemoration of the Lord’s crucifixion c. A.D. 33, is called “Good”? … [Read more...]

“I Thirst”: The Three Cups of Christ

"I Thirst, Vinegar Given To Jesus," by James Tissot

Christ was offered two "cups." But he has blessed believers with one precious cup. Psalm 69:20-21; Matthew 27:34, 48; John 19:28-30 (text) April 1, 2012 Download PDF sermon Children, if you were … [Read more...]

“Behold Your Son… Behold Your Mother!”

Mater Dolorosa (Sorrowful Mother) by James Tissot

  All your loving and caring for and obedience to your mothers, fathers and other authorities would never be pleasing to God if you have no faith in the atoning work of Jesus for your sins. For as Hebrews 11:6 … [Read more...]

Chosen, Not to Be Frozen, But …

A Sermon Preached on the Occasion of the Eighth Founding Anniversary of the Reformed Christian Life Church in Maragondon, Cavite, Philippines Scroll down for gallery of pictures. More pictures here. Download … [Read more...]

“Brother, are you born again?”

  To our surprise, all those who raised their hands were herded into a room where there were some other people waiting. After a few friendly questions about who we are and where we came from, they asked us, “Are … [Read more...]