Gospel Light Christian Church

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Podcast episodes

  • Psalm 23

    Psalm 23

    By Pastor Chee Keen The Psalms is the songbook of God's people in gathered worship. The songs cover a range of experience and emotions, giving God's people the words to express them. The psalms also help shape the emotions of the godly. The Psalms provide guidance to approach worship, showing profound respect and uninhibited delight in Him. They enable God's people to fully enjoy His care, desire holiness and purity.

  • Forsaken for Forgiveness [Psalm 22]

    Forsaken for Forgiveness [Psalm 22]

    By Pastor Kay Hong The Psalms is the songbook of God's people in gathered worship. The songs cover a range of experience and emotions, giving God's people the words to express them. The psalms also help shape the emotions of the godly. The Psalms provide guidance to approach worship, showing profound respect and uninhibited delight in Him. They enable God's people to fully enjoy His care, desire holiness and purity.

  • Why Then The Law? [Galatians 3:15-21]

    Why Then The Law? [Galatians 3:15-21]

    By Pastor Jason Lim Justification is by faith, and not by the works of the Law. So why then did God give the Law (of Moses)? Has God changed His mind? Is the Law an alternative way to spiritual life? The answer is no. Let's learn why. 1. The Independence of the Law. The Law does not affect, change, nor nullify the Promise (that God blesses those who are of faith). Even after the Law, justification is still by faith. The Promise still stands. God's covenant with Abraham remains. 2. The Intention of the Law. The Law was added because of transgressions- it was given not to remove sin, but to reveal sin (& our helplessness). It is given so that we despair of self-righteousness, and turn to Christ for life and righteousness. 3. The Inferiority of the Law. This does not mean the Law is lousy or useless! But the Promise is superior. The Law was given through angels and Moses. The Promise was given directly by God. The Law required the fulfilment of God and man (who is weak and who fails). The covenant is unilaterally fulfilled by God alone. 4. The Impotence of the Law. The Law cannot give life nor righteousness. It is not a viable alternative to life to God. In all this, we see the primacy and superiority of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Christ is the solid rock we must stand on. All others are sinking sand. May your faith find a resting place in Jesus alone!

  • True Repentance [Psalm 51]

    True Repentance [Psalm 51]

    By Brother Simon Lim The Psalms is the songbook of God's people in gathered worship. The songs cover a range of experience and emotions, giving God's people the words to express them. The psalms also help shape the emotions of the godly. The Psalms provide guidance to approach worship, showing profound respect and uninhibited delight in Him. They enable God's people to fully enjoy His care, desire holiness and purity.

  • The Blessing of Abraham by Faith [Galatians 3:6-14]

    The Blessing of Abraham by Faith [Galatians 3:6-14]

    By Pastor Jason Lim Paul proves justification is by faith via 3 facts in Galatians 3:1-12. 1. Practical Experience- he reminded the Galatians how they received the Spirit by faith. 2. Patriarchal Example- Abraham was declared righteous by faith. 3. Practical Explanation- No one can keep ALL the Law to be made righteous by himself. In verses 13 and 14, Paul then brings his proofs together and shows that it is Christ Jesus who can free us from the curse of the Law, grant us the Abrahamic blessing and send the blessed Spirit into our lives. Jesus redeemed us from the curse, by becoming a curse for us. He took our place and suffered for us. So here, we learn about the very heart of God- He is the generous, merciful and loving blesser- He is so keen to bless, that He freely pays it all through His own Son's sacrifice. Let us then turn to Jesus in repentance and faith!