10 & 11 Jul 2021 Jeremy Choy
In this sermon, Jeremy Choy teaches that putting God in remembrance evokes gratitude, intimacy and h...
In this sermon, Jeremy Choy teaches that putting God in remembrance evokes gratitude, intimacy and hope. Illustrating with impactful testimonies, Pastor Jeremy spells out the power of remembering what God has done for you, what He is doing and what He will be doing for you. Remembrance is part of the process through which we are transformed to be more like Christ. Listen and be encouraged by this message to remember God daily.
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Pastor Jeremy Choy was refreshing, dynamic and wholesome in his sermon.
If the Lord is our Shepherd, we can only have no wants.
If God is sitting and listening to the sermons, He can only get the preachers to preach great.
The online sermon yielded many² screenshots of Bible verses for meditation and it'd be good to listen to the sermon one more time.
We see God as invisible and tangibly unspeaking and a time and tide that waits for no man and see that God/Jesus didn't heal sicknesses as cancer and Parkinson's Disease and not quite know that Satan, just as invisible, was equally in the equation as well - why the Israelis with Jehovah'd lose sometimes or even many times.
And so, we have to remember God as said in Pastor Jeremy Choy's sermon to put things in our personal altars to God - To remember that God is the great Creator and He has helped us, to have faith that He will help us and to believe in miracles and the incredibles as having rocks producing water in the desert and to have cancer and Parkinson's Disease cured in Jesus' name in the physical/spiritual warfare till Kingdom comes.
If we can care for the invisible and tangibly unspeaking God, we can care for the least of our fellow men.