Mindset of Hope in Crisis

At an online Chapel organised by the EAST Student Council on 25 March 2020, the President of EAST, Rev Dr Chan Chong Hiok or CCH as he is also known, spoke on “Mindset of Hope in Crisis.” He was on Zoom being broadcasted online to listeners who were observing safe distancing.

In the midst of COVID-19 pandemic, he spoke words of hope and encouragement to all present online. Quoting from Habakkuk 3, he exhorted all to continue trusting the LORD amidst challenging situations. The LORD is everpresent in our midst, and we can rejoice in Him. He also referred to Psalm 91 where the faithfulness of God is truly our shield and rampart in times of need. As we meditate on His Word, we will discover afresh that He is indeed our refuge.

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The Love of God

Design: Blessed Ong

“The love of God is greater far
Than tongue or pen can ever tell
It goes beyond the highest star
And reaches to the lowest hell…”

To hear the song, “The Love of God,” by Frederick Lehman, click here or the picture above.

 

New Testament Resources Free During COVID-19

There are some generous publishers and resource providers who have made their books and journal articles available online for free during the present COVID-19 outbreak. See the listing below (valid as of 20 March 2020) or click this Google Doc link for the most updated list. The list is originally compiled by Steve Walton.

Anyone can also add more links to the list for other New Testament studies free resources. May this be a blessing to many during this challenging season.

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Being Born Anew!

“As is true of man who is born naturally and receives a human nature from his parents, so man born anew receives a new nature, a new capacity for service and devotion to God.” – John F. Walvoord

 

What Love is This

Design: Blessed Ong

“What love is this, that You gave Your life for me, and made a way for me to know You.”

The song, “What Love is This,” reminds us of how deep and wide the love of God is for us.

To hear the song as sung by Kari Jobe, click here or the picture above. Shalom.

 

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