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30 June 2020 - Song Of Solomon 1:1-17

30 June 2020 Today’s passage is from Song of Solomon 1:1-17 1 Kings 4:32, says of Solomon, "He spoke three thousand proverbs and his songs were a thousand and five." That’s a lot of songs! The Book Song of Solomon/Song of Songs is a very unique one; It is primarily an allegory describing the love relationship between God and His people. This great Song of Songs illustrates the love, the intensity, and the beauty of a relationship that should exist between Christ and the believer. “The chief speakers are not Solomon and the Shulamite… but Christ and his Church.” – Chuck Swindoll It is important to understand there is a huge difference between knowing that God loves you and experiencing God’s love in your life. It is intimate and personal, with that understanding when you read this passage, it sure is an exclusive experience. MY BELOVED IS MINE AND I AM HIS Verses 1-7. The dialogue between the maiden and the young man begins with this passionate desire of

29 June 2020 - 2 Samuel 13:23-39

Today’s devotion is taken from 2 Samuel 13:23-39 We have in 2 Samuel 13 a tragic story in the life of David where he lost two of his sons, Amnon and Absalom. David’s first born son was Amnon, the crown prince. Amnon had a half sister and half brother called Tamar and Absalom. In the first half of this chapter, we read about the rape of David’s daughter, Tamar by her half brother, Amnon. In the second half of this chapter, we read about the murder of Amnon by Absalom who was avenging what was done to his sister, Tamar. After murdering Amnon, Absalom fled because he was afraid what David might do to him. David experienced great sorrow when he learned of Amnon’s death and Absalom’s flight. This passage is a tragic story but what is this passage teaching us? Doing what is right When David found out about the rape of Tamar by Amnon, David neglected his responsibility to execute justice on Amnon. We only read in V.21-22 that David got angry but takes no action to punish a wrong

28 June 2020 - Saturday & Sunday English Services

Hi Church! Here is the videos of our Saturday Liturgical Service and our Sunday Contemporary Service. Have a blessed day of rest with your loved ones. 27.06.2020 - Saturday Liturgical Service 28.06.2020 - Sunday Contemporary Service

27 June 2020 - Just "Very Angry"

27 June 2020 - Just "Very Angry" 2 Samuel 13:1-22 This chapter records the story after David committed the sin of adultery and murder. It tells of a shocking and tragic story in the life and family of a great man of God. What can be more heart breaking to any family than what happened in this story. To add to the whole pain, the author added this line, "But when King David heard of all these things, he was very angry." (II Samuel 13:21) No justice, no discipline, no healing and no closure. Just 'very angry'. I am speechless when I read this dark and tragic story of   the family.   The man who led Israel to victories could not do more for his family than just 'very angry'.   This mere 'very angry' became the seed of destruction, revenge, betrayal and murder to the family of David. Why just 'very angry'? Where is that godly anger and courageous act we read of when he heard Goliath insulting God and Israel? Where is the