Saturday, August 17, 2013

~ 20 Amazing Things Jesus Said

This site contains many good information and articles as well as bible scriptures suitable for daily meditation. Lets read the 20 things that Jesus had said. Click the link below.

It is not what goes into a man from outside that can make him unclean. It’s what comes out of him that makes him unclean. – Mark 7:15

As a man thinks all along in his heart, so he is at last in act.


Tuesday, August 14, 2012

~ The Official RBC Youth Cristian blog

Finally, there is an official Christian blog set up by RBC. Sorry for the not updating my blog. You may follow this new blog for more news about GOD, Christian music and share your thoughts with other youths !!!

Click here >>> RBC Youth blog

Friday, December 30, 2011

~ Son of Saudi mosque builder leaves Islam

A great testimonial from Saudi mosque builder. Praise the LORD JESUS CHRIST, AMEN.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

~ Forgiveness Talk (July 2011)

There will be a talk show held in July at two different locations by Rev.Dr. Gary Inrig. Please refer the image below for more information and maps.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

~ How To Become Rich

Sept 9,2009

Luke 12:13-21

Take heed and beware of covetousness, for one's life does not consist in the abundance of things he posesses.
-Luke 12:15

I find it interesting that Jesus taught more about money than anything else. And He wasn't trying to ratchet up the the treasury. As far as we know, He never even asked for an offering. The reson He taught extensively on the subject is that nothing clogs our spiritual arteries more quickly than money - either working to have a lot of it or wishing that we had.

Think of the man who brazenly asked Jesus, "Teacher, tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me" (Luke 12:13). Amazing! He had an opportunity to "go deep" with Jesus, but instead he wanted deep pockets.

Jesus responded with a stunning, counterintuitive statement: " Beware of covertousness, for one's life does not consist in the abundance of the things he possesses" (v.15). He then went on to tell the parable of a rich man who was wildly successful from a worldly stanpoint - having so many crops that had to keep building bigger barns - but who, in God's eyes, was actually a "fool." Not because he was rich, but because he was not rich toward God.

You'll hear a lot of advice about how to become rich. But only Jesus tells it to us straight. It's not about the money. It's of turning our greed into generosity. -Joe Stowell

The riches of this world are vain,
They vanish in a day,
But sweet the treasures of God's love -
They never pass away. - Bosch

Learning to be rich toward God yields eternal dividends.

Thursday, December 31, 2009

~ Beware The Rupert

Aug 18,2009

2 Corinthians 11:3-4, 12-15

Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light.
-2 Corinthians 11:14

In the June 6, 1944, D-Day invasion of Europ, an armada of Allied ships assaulted the beaches of Normandy, France. Simultaneously, thousands of airplanes dropped hundreds of rubber dummies behind the enermy lines. Called "Ruperts," these dummies were intended to simulate an attack to confuse the enermy. As the Ruperts, landed, some German outpost were tricked into fighting the "paradummies," creating a vital crack in the walls of Fotress Europe.

We accept that kind of deception as part of a legitimate militaty operation designed to thwart oppressive forces. What we should not accept is the deception Satan throws our way. Paul explained that the devil "transforms himself into an angel of light" ( 2 Cor. 11:14), and his servants appear to be people who are promoting righteousness (v. 15).

We must be alert! Our spiritual enermy would love to have followers of Christ distracted by false teaching and faulty doctrine. But as we keep our eyes on Jesus and the clear teachings Scripture, our Lord can keep us aimed in the right direction.

Don't be tricked by Satan's Ruperts. - Bill Crowder

Each day amid life's noisy throng
We're bound to hear this world's case,
And if we're not alert to wrong,
The Saviour's name we may disgrace. - D. De Haan

God's truth uncovers Satan's lies.

Saturday, July 11, 2009

~ Our Legacy

June 21,2009

Psalm 127

Children are a heritage from the Lord.
-Psalm 127:3

A friend of mine wrote recently, "If we died tomorrow, the company that we are working for could easily replace us in a matter of days. But the family left behind would feel the loss for the rest of their lives. Why then do we invest so much in out work and so little in our children's lives?"

Why do we sometimes exhaust ourselves rising up early and going late to rest, "eating the bread of anxious toil" (Ps. 127:1-2 ESV), busying ourselves to make our mark on this world, and overlooking the one investment that matters beyond everthing else- our children?

Solomon declared, "Children are a heritage from the LORD"- an invaluable legacy He has bequathed us." Like arrows in the hand of a warrior, so are the childten of one's youth" (v.4) is his striking simile. Nothing is more worthy of our energy and time.

There is no need for "anxious toil," working night and day, the wise man Solomon proclaimed, for the Lord does take care of us (Ps. 127:2). We can make time for our children and trust the Lord will provide for all our physical needs. Children, whether our own or those we disciple, are our lasting legacy- an investment we'll never regret. - David Roper

Our children are a heritage,
A blessing from the Lord;
They bring a richness to our lives-
In each, a treasure stored. - Fasick

Time spent with your children is time wisely invested.