Weekend Worship: Till The End of Time (City Harvest Church)

“I will be your God throughout your lifetime— until your hair is white with age. I made you, and I will care for you. I will carry you along and save you.” ‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭46:4‬ ‭NLT‬‬

What are the things or circumstances that we are afraid of? Earthquake scare, end of the world apocalypse, loss of job, singleness, lack of security. All these things at one point of our life scare (or will scare) us – but what is so wonderful with God is that He will never leave us until the end of time. We may not see Him working, or not felt Him just what had happened to Job, and yet, God says in Isaiah that He will be our God until our lifetime. He will carry us until the end of time. I hope in this love song to our God, we come to acknowledge and accept the truth that no circumstance will ever make God abandon us – because He is our Faithful God.

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Weekend Worship – Hosanna (PlanetShakers)

Did you know that the Hebrew word “Hosanna” actually means “save now”? Today we commemorate the day Jesus entered Jerusalem seated on a donkey. Palm Sunday marks a significant truth that we all need saving and God did not disappoint us. He gave us His son Jesus Christ to die on the cross to save us, redeemed us and give us new life, therefore, we can rejoice in this truth.

Zechariah 9:9 – Rejoice greatly, Daughter Zion! Shout, Daughter Jerusalem! See, your king comes to you, righteous and victorious, lowly and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey.

 

Weekend Worship – Came To My Rescue

 

For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. John 3:17 KJV

Many times we think that it is difficult to rise up and emerge from situations drowning us. It makes us think that we are alone in this world fighting our battle and we are losing our strength to stay afloat over our situations. But what a beautiful assurance that when we call out to God, He will surely respond and rescue us from the depths of our situations.

I will answer them before they even call to me. While they are still talking about their needs, I will go ahead and answer their prayers! Isaiah 65:24 NLT

I pray this weekend that may we have the rest we needed for the Lord our God is with us. He will fight the battle for us; He is our ever-present help in times of needs.

Call unto the Lord and surely, God will not disappoint us – He will answer. He will come to our rescue and give us rest.

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Came to My Rescue

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Weekend Worship – Raise A Hallelujah

Psalm 150:1 – Praise the Lord! Hallelujah!

Hallelujah is a Hebrew word which means “praise Yahweh”. Today is the first time I heard of this song and have meditated and reflected on the words. Singing “Hallelujah” despite our circumstances gives us hope that we will rise in victory, not because of our own strength but because God is going to fight the battle for us. Hallelujah also is a joyous boast of Yahweh’s great power and supremacy in our lives.

Bethel Community has also a powerful testimony on this when they were inspired to write the song. May this be the same inspiration to us all – those of us who are fighting our battles. God will not leave us nor forsake us – let us keep praising God for our help comes from the Lord the maker of heaven and earth.

Today, I speak blessings to all of us through this worship song and the testimony of the miracle healing of the baby Jaxon as we raise a Hallelujah to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, the Alpha and the Omega, the One who is and is to come forever and ever. Amen.

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Weekend Worship: First Loved Me – Covenant Worship

One of my favourite verses about love in the Bible was found in 1 John 4:19.

“We love because He first love us”.

It is not from our own doing that we are able to love, but God demonstrated love by giving up His only begotten Son so that we could have life and to have it in full. And because of what Jesus did on the cross, I couldn’t think of any reason why I couldn’t fall in love with Him. Thank You, Jesus, for loving me that while yet I am still a sinner, you have died for me.

Weekend Worship: Who You Say I Am

Sometimes, our identity in life is defined by our past mistakes. Other times, it is defined by our current circumstances.

If trials come, we call ourselves the “afflicted one”.

In a career setback, we call ourselves the “jobless one”.

When our health reports came unexpected, we call ourselves the”sickly one”.

When the desire for a child came later than expected, we call ourselves “the barren one”.

Dwelling in our circumstances takes our eyes off to who we really are. Jesus didn’t die on the cross for us to be called the “afflicted”, the “jobless”, the “sickly”, the “barren”. Jesus came for us so that in Him we can be called the “Child of God”. He came so that even though we may suffer afflictions, setbacks, sickness and barrenness so that we may have life despite all of these things. Jesus came so that we can have an identity in Him.

We are chosen.

We may experience affliction, but we will never be abandoned, never forsaken.

Jesus is for us. And because of this truth, we can put our identity into practice. Our faith in Jesus is secured. We are who God says in the Bible because of what Jesus did at the cross.

Blessed Sunday everyone.