Often we do not understand what we are saved to. We think that it is for eternity when we go to heaven. Scripture reminds us that heaven wants to come to us today here and now. Therefore, we do not need to wait to go to heaven but we should be ready to receive heavenly realities here and now.
Jesus' fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies is a clear indication and display of His divinity and love for all humanity. His feats are beyond that of a good teacher, prophet or rabbi. To place our faith in Him is by far the most secure decision any individual can make in their lifetime. About the speaker:
Ps Victor is an itinerant speaker, preacher and evangelist who happens to be a Gospel singer as well. In 2010, he gave up his company and career as a businessman, began traveling extensively around the world to preach the Word and share the Gospel. His ministry's focus is predominantly in the Asia region. Since 2012, he has had the privilege to work with over 100 churches in Singapo
Too often we don’t know what we are saved from. We just think that we are saved to be blessed and to live a good life as well as to die and go to heaven. Is this what salvation is all about? Rev Francis shares about the reality of what God has saved us from.
Has 2017 been a year of joy and hope or has it been one of pain, sorrow and tears? Regardless what it may be, the past carries lessons for us to learn so that history does not repeat itself in our future. Romans 5:3-5, reminds us that we are to “…glory in tribulations, knowing that tribulations produces perseverance ; and perseverance , character; and character hope. Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us.” What then as we look forward in 2018? Rev Francis shares with us some handles we need to respond correctly to the Prophetic Word. In doing so, then and only then, can we experience the future and hope