God Is So Good To Me

“God is so good, God is so good, God is so good, He’s so good to me!” That’s the core message of Christianity – God is so good to me! He is and He will always be. In Him, there is no lack. In Him, we are nourished, refreshed, guided and protected. Even during the…

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

Well-loved hymn that contains timeless truths – this is true worship, offering, surrender and sacrifice in response to the finished work of Christ – nothing here about material favours or worldly gains reserved for me, instead the desire of the true worshipper is expressed this way, “demands my soul, my life, my all”. “When I…

Our Primary Focus in Corporate Worship

When we gather to worship the Lord, our primary focus is to offer ourselves to the Lord in worship in view of His offering of Himself to us first. Thus, we sing songs about surrendering ourselves and our hearts to God as living sacrifices. When we listen to His Word preached, we respond with a…

Effortless Christianity?

“This is what I command you: Love one another.” – John‬ ‭15:17‬ ‭CSB If loving one another doesn’t require effort and if it is an easy thing to do, Jesus wouldn’t need to command His disciples then and us now to love one another. Neither the Holy Spirit in us nor the finished work of…

敞开我心 (Open Wide My Heart)I’m

So deeply affected and moved the last weekend by this song, 敞开我心 (Open Wide My Heart) written by Taiwanese pastor, Rev 葛兆昕. The worship teams at Seremban Praise Sanctuary where I spoke last weekend included this song in their worship sets on both Sat and Sun. The entire song has amazing lyrics but in particular,…

Do I Love Jesus?

Do I love Jesus? That’s the question I asked myself recently. If so, what does my love for Jesus look like? What should it look like? I must admit, for a while it troubled me, do I really love the Lord? How have I loved Him? Then, two things came to mind. First, that warm…

Why Do Worship Teams Like to End Their Set Loud?

Why do worship teams always end their set loud?? My guess is that they want an inspired and maybe perspired end. That’s good sometimes – ending on a high and passionately loud note plus applause. But are there not other ways to end our worship set especially if we often say worship is about encountering…