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At 7:13am this morning, my pastor and spiritual father, Dr David Yonggi Cho (1936-2021), just went home to the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ. I love you, Dr Cho.
Indonesia has been experiencing great hardship in this pandemic. There’s a recent spike of cases & increased fatalities. Let us intercede for our families & friends in Indonesia, especially for those who have been tested positive, or who have lost loved ones during this pandemic.
The Bible is clear that speaking in tongues is uttering, by the Spirit, in a language unknown to the speaker. It could well be an intelligible, earthly language. But it could also be an angelic language, in which case, it will probably not be known to any human (1 Cor 13:1).
The secret to Jesus’ powerful prayer life is that He meditates a lot on God’s Word.
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Prayer is conversation–it is a fellowship and communion with God. Only when there is a conversation is there a full encounter.
Conversation in our prayer time turns theology into experience.
Bible meditation goes straight into the inner rooms of our hearts, reveals clearly all that is there, and tunes it towards God.
Everything great in the kingdom of God comes by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone.
There is nothing richer, more important, and life-changing, than prayer. Without it, there can be no personal revival or church revival.
Through prayer, we can freely pour out our hearts and deepest thoughts to him. Prayer tunes us to God.
Prayer calibrates our heart to the right spiritual temperature. It melts a heart of stone and softens it into a heart of flesh, so that we can relate to God with love, affection, and passion.
The cross is a “minus” that has become a “plus”. The cross is about Jesus cancelling all the “minuses” of our lives, and turning them into “pluses”.
God will abundantly provide us with everything that we need, both to bless us and to make us a blessing to others. But our faith in Him must grow, and we must develop an inner capacity so that we are able to accept sufferings, delays and disappointments.
As you listen in to each podcast, I pray that you will be encouraged by the Word and the Holy Spirit, and grow in the grace of the Lord. Remember, knowing God and being known by Him is the greatest pursuit of life!
To this end, I have recorded some short teachings, to present our doctrine with as much clarity as possible, and address the different questions concerning them. All these are now available on audio clips, via Spotify, Apple, and Google podcast platforms.
The Word of God has always been a big part of my life. In this season when God is strengthening CHC, preparing us for another wave of revival, it is most important that we clearly understand the gospel that is entrusted to us.
It’s not enough just to be passive and waiting for the leading of the spirit, so that you can surrender to His control. You must walk actively and intentionally in the way of the spirit, only then would the fruit of the spirit be developed.
We must carefully guard the visions and dreams the Holy Spirit has put into our hearts because they will determine the destinies of our lives.
A Christian is not a person who experiences no bad desires. A Christian is simply a person who is at war with those bad desires and is trying to win it with the power of the spirit.
All our struggles and hardships in this lifetime are only temporary. Our love, obedience, and faithfulness will cause us to reap eternal rewards.
We must daily live with heaven in mind.
“Teach me Your way, O Lord; I will walk in Your truth; unite my heart to fear Your name” (Ps 86:11).
Our heart speaks of our affections–it is the seat of our emotions. We are to love God with all our hearts, which means that we are not to love God coldly or mechanically, but with all the excitement and passion we can muster.
Remember, inner peace is not the absence of trouble. If you wait for all your problems to end, hoping to get peace after that, you may be sorely disappointed. Genuine peace is the presence of God.
Take time to sleep, to rest, to pray, to worship, to enjoy your family and friends. Take time to meditate. Plan for the future but don’t over-plan it; make yourself live in the present–learn to enjoy today to the fullest.
Without inner peace, a storm constantly rages in our soul. This is why we need Jesus–He is the Prince of Peace (Is 9:6).
Only when we have inner peace, do we have true freedom, because we are no longer taken captive by worries or anxieties.
Joy comes directly from God. It is not dependent on external people, things and situations. Joy is fully packaged in God.
Peace is not the absence of worries and conflicts, but it is when we are not tormented by anxiety, fear or conflict.
Joy is the atmosphere of heaven.
Meditation is really doing all your thinking in the presence of God. Learn to take time each day, in quietness and solitude, to commit all your worries to the Lord.
The way to tap into this joy is by learning to meditate on God and His Word of God. Ps 119 says, “Your statutes [words] are my heritage forever; they are the joy of my heart.”
Joy is the character of the kingdom of God.
We must redefine our understanding of happiness. True happiness is not triggered by the pleasurable sensation from achievement, acquisition, attention, acceptance and affections from people, things or situations. True happiness is internal; it is spiritual.
Last weekend, some were able to join us at our multiple on-site services while others celebrated online. Although we were all socially distanced, there was an abundance of love and joy in the atmosphere of our spiritual family. Truly, there is no distance in the Spirit!
The doctrine of the Trinity is a crucial ingredient of our Christian faith because it explains who God is, what He is like, how He works, and how He is to be approached.
Make it a point to encourage the people you meet everyday. When we believe in people, telling them they can do whatever God has put in their hearts, we put faith into them. They will start believing in God & in themselves; ordinary people are transformed into extraordinary ones.
God gives each one the freedom to decide whether to have a personal relationship with Him or not. He wants His relationship with us to be genuine. Only with free will can it be real. Only with free will can our love for Him be real.
If, for some reasons, our prayers are unanswered, then God wants us to trust Him; that if the outcome is not what we have expected, it is only because He, in His sovereignty, is working things out for our eternal good.
If something is important to us, it is also important to Him. If it hurts us, it touches Him deeply. This is what a personal, love relationship is all about. God wants us to share with Him our hearts’ desire, fully believing that our prayer of faith can move mountains.
Jesus carries a strong anointing of God because He carries a spirit of honor. By the grace of God, let’s learn to be honoring of people around us.
The spirit of honor is about keeping focus on the present situation, to be specific; be factual. Learn to focus on the problem, not the person.
Learn to remove “always” and “never” from your relationship vocabulary, they are rarely factual. When these phrases are used, it can make someone feel discouraged and condemned.
On the other hand, we mustn't conflate it with sanctification but allow it to lead us to sanctification. All believers are perfectly justified in this life, but none of us are perfectly sanctified in this life.
Not for a single moment should we struggle with condemnation, unworthiness, and keep thinking that we're still not good enough for God. Once you're justified before God, you're completely justified!
We must learn to appreciate; there is tremendous power in words. When something appreciates, it rises in value. When you do that to your spouse, they increase in value! Be generous with your praises.
The multivitamins of love—attention, appreciation, and affection—keep a marriage healthy and happy. It feeds a day-to-day relationship, and we need to take them daily.
Sanctification is the lifelong process whereby we die daily to sin and learn to live more and more like Christ, to keep “growing in grace”.
But what we must be very clear about is that justification doesn’t suddenly make a sinner virtuous. A bad person doesn’t become a good person overnight. Justification is a legal declaration, not a moral transformation.
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