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God's Holiness and what it means for us

Gan Jia Min (Garang Sheep)| Easter 2018 I have been reading the book of Leviticus for my quiet time. I think sometimes as Christians, we may be tempted to think that a book like Leviticus (which for the most part contains rules and regulations for how the Israelites are commanded to live) is irrelevant to our modern day lives as a Christian. I believe that is partially true, but I also believe that there are certainly some laws there that we still have to obey as modern Christians and definitely we can learn from the book the bigger principle of what it means to live a holy life which is very relevant to us. So what is holiness? Leviticus 20:26 says “You are to be holy to me because I, the L

Trials make us grow in our relationship with God

From the CCCF archives (written by Li Sheng Tan) | Easter 2004 Sometimes , it takes a really big source of distress such as exams - or possibly something more drastic, like doing badly in exams, or worse - to wake us up to the fact that we haven't been growing in our relationship with God. When the good times are rolling, we take Him for granted, and drift away on our own pursuits (many of them not honouring to Him). Sometimes, we need some distress in our lives to bring us back to our senses and cause us to call on God again. I know the tendency is to feel guilty for forgetting about God in the good times and only calling on Him when the going gets tough - and this is a very legitimate rebu

Finding our Worth in Christ

Timothy Ong (Anew CG)| Easter 2018 There's an interesting passage that I came across this week. It's from 2 Samuel 16-17, where (to cut a long story short) King David's son Absalom stages a revolt against him, and occupies Jerusalem with the help of some of David's former associates. One of them is a man named Ahithophel, a guy so wise that "the counsel that Ahithophel gave was as if one consulted the word of God; so was all the counsel of Ahithophel esteemed, both by David and by Absolom". High praise indeed, considering that David was a pretty wise king on his own merit. David's really scared that Absolom will become successful with the counsel of Ahithophel, and hatches his own plot to un