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New Year’s Resolution versus New Year’s Reconciliation

Which one is better? Resolution or reconciliation? What are the differences? New Year’s resolutions are a tradition in the Western World. A New Year’s resolution is where a person resolves to continue good practices, change an undesired trait or behavior, accomplish a personal goal, or otherwise improve their behavior at the beginning of a calendar Read More

God’s Amazing Promises About His Light

God’s Amazing Promises About His Light

Hanukkah 2022 starts on December 18th and ends on the evening of the 26th. We will celebrate Hanukkah in our Sunday Services by lighting the Menorah Candles. It is a reminder of God’s miracles and promises. Hanukkah remembers the battle of light and dark recorded in the Book of Daniel, a historical event when good Read More

It’s Friday, but Sunday is Coming with Joy

It’s Friday, but Sunday is Coming with Joy

I have JOY, but I am not happy. Does that sound like a contradiction? It all depends on our understanding of JOY and HAPPINESS. The two words are often used as synonyms when the Bible teaches us that they are different. According to our secular definition (Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary), joy and happiness is the emotion evoked Read More

The Advent of Peace

John 14:25-27, “All this I have spoken while still with you. But the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you. Peace, I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give Read More

God’s Grace

As a young boy, around the age of seven, all I wanted was to be Superman. I can still remember my birthday when I received a red Superman cape. The minute I put on the cape, I knew I was stronger than a locomotive, faster than a speeding bullet, and able to leap over tall Read More

Waiting Is Hoping

Waiting Is Hoping

When Timex (the watch company) asked people how long they would wait before taking action in a wide variety of situations, researchers discovered that we’ll consent to wait only: Thirteen seconds before, we honk at a car in front of us that’s stopped at a green light. Twenty-six seconds before we silence people who are Read More

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