Precept Upon Precept Study on Joshua

7 Lessons-Study: God said, “Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed.” Increase your faith in God who has put you in His grip and will never let you go! This study will charge you up and encourage you to press on!
Course Fees: $30 ( worksheets, refreshments and admin charges ) If need a 3-holes file – add $4
Class is on alternate Thursday nite, 7.45pm. Orientation commenced on 4 July, followed by lessons on 18 Jul, 1, 15 & 29 Aug, 19 Sep, 3 & 17 Oct 2019. Register https://bfec.sg/PUP-Joshua by 23 May so that the materials can be procured in time for orientation. Pay and Collect your materials during Orientation.

Pulpit Series 1 (c) on Isaiah 50 to 55

The prophecy of Isaiah addressed sinful Judah, who had forsaken the Lord & thus suffered God’s judgment in their conquest and exile by the Babylonians. Continuing from Isa 50 – 55, the faithful and compassionate God further reveals how through the Servant of the Lord, he will save both the remnant of Israel and the nations of the world from their sin and unrighteousness. God continues to speak today through Isaiah’s message. He is calling on everyone to trust and hope in Him for the salvation accomplished by the Servant, and to be ready to depart in the new exodus. Will we listen?

Pulpit Series Three: 2-part sermons

How do we tell others about something as precious as our faith without fearing being tongue tied?

And how do we get around the obstacle of hearts that claim no need for Christ?

Yet the truth is we are His witnesses empowered by His very Holy Spirit.

Let us learn from Dr Ng Tjoh Dju over 2 Sundays, the spiritual weapons we have to effectively pray for lost ones and simple handles to help us winsomely share the Good News.

Pulpit Series 1 (b) on Isaiah 46 to 49 — Supreme God, Suffering Servant – Our Sure Hope of Salvation

The prophecy of Isaiah addressed sinful Judah. They had forsaken the Lord and thus suffered God’s judgement by the Babylonians. In Isaiah 40-55 (which we are covering for the first half of the year), God spoke to the future of the people of Judah. Despite their sinfulness, God would not abandon them. He wanted them to trust in Him, reminding them ofHis majestic sovereignty over the world, and His steadfast love and commitment to them. A 2nd & greater exodus is promised through the Servant of the Lord. Isaiah’s message is still relevant today.