Why We Should Give Our Tithes and Offerings to God?

by: Pastor Isaias T. Songcuan Jr. Our God is the source of everything. Meaning, all that you have including your life, your possessions, your education, and work are  all provided by the Lord. Our God doesn’t need our money, but why do we have to give back to God from all the things He provided for us? The reason we give back to God is to show to the people around us that through our gifts the love of God can become evident reality  in our world. Our giving is a reminder of God’s blessings, especially when He gave His Only… Continue reading Why We Should Give Our Tithes and Offerings to God?

How True that our Lives on Earth are Temporary?

by: Pastor Isaias T. Songcuan Jr. The Scripture clearly tells us that “Life on this earth is temporary.” In Psalms 39:4 states, “Lord, remind me how brief my time on earth will be. Remind me that my days are numbered—how fleeting my life is (NLT).” In other words, every life on this earth has a limit. To make  the best use of our life is to never forget two things: First, Life is  extremely short on earth, and lastly, the earth is only our temporary  residence. So, don’t get too attached… Continue reading How True that our Lives on Earth are Temporary?

How to be the Greatest in the Kingdom of God?

by: Pastor Isaias T. Songcuan Jr. Our Scripture Study for today is found in Matthew 20:20-28. This is about the two sons of Zebedee namely James and John who are also the disciple of Jesus. These disciples wanted prestige, power, and to be important in the kingdom. We are all aware that the followers of Jesus were not paragons of virtue like the… Continue reading How to be the Greatest in the Kingdom of God?

Why We Should Give Thanks?

by: Pastor Isaias T. Songcuan Jr. Our Text for today is found in Psalms 92:1-3, “It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord, and to sing praises unto thy name, O Most High: To shew forth thy lovingkindness in the morning, and thy faithfulness every night, Upon an instrument of ten strings, and upon the psaltery; upon the harp… Continue reading Why We Should Give Thanks?

God’s Word is Valuable

by: Pastor Isaias T. Songcuan Jr. It is written in Proverbs 9:7-8, “Whoever corrects a mocker invites insults; whoever rebukes the wicked incurs abuse. Do not rebuke mockers or they will hate you; rebuke the wise and they will love you (NIV).” For more explanation regarding this Bible Verses, let us read Matthew 7:6.  “Do not give… Continue reading God’s Word is Valuable

Does God Really Care?

by Pastor Isaias T. Songcuan Jr. The life of Ruth has a big message to all who trust in the Lord. This is not a love story like Romeo and Juliet, but it is about God on how He restores those people who look to Him. The book of Ruth encourages us to view our… Continue reading Does God Really Care?

How Many Paths that Mankind Should Take?

by: Pastor Isaias T. Songcuan Jr. Jesus described  in Matthew 7:13-14  that we must make two ( 2 ) choices. First is about the narrow gate which opens to  a more difficult path, and the other path is the wide gate which opens to the easy way. The choice most people will make is “the wide gate” because it leads to an easy… Continue reading How Many Paths that Mankind Should Take?

Who Should We Run For Protection?

by: Pastor Isaias T. Songcuan Jr. One of the biggest problem that our generation facing today is insecurity which generated fear and panic. Many people find it difficult to sleep at night. For this reason others seek protection from spiritualist and some seek help from occult people who practices evil magic, witchcraft, or sorcery. There… Continue reading Who Should We Run For Protection?

What Happens When We Disobey God?

by: Pastor Isaias T. Songcuan Jr. When Achan sinned, God did not delayed in removing His favor to the Israelites and the effects were immediately. After Joshua’s success the pagan nations had given credit to God and Recognized that He was a God to be feared (Joshua 4:24 & Joshua 5:1). In the contrary, Joshua… Continue reading What Happens When We Disobey God?

How Should We Relate with One Another as Believers?

by: Pastor Isaias T. Songcuan Jr. In Ephesians 4: 32 states, “Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you (ESV).” Meaning, be quick to forgive. CHRIST’s forgiveness should always be the basis of our forgiveness to others. The way and manner we relate with one another as members of the body of… Continue reading How Should We Relate with One Another as Believers?