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All articles by Jack Sin

He is pastor of Sovereign Hope Bible-Presbyterian  Ministry and an adjunct lecturer at Biblical Reformed Seminary Yangon, Myanmar, and Indian Reformed Biblical Seminary, Bangalore.

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Don’t be a VIP!

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May 2010
Articles > Biblical/theological

Don’t be a VIP!

Don't be a VIP! The world makes much of VIPs (very important persons) - sometimes rightly. But there are other kinds of VIP. Christians should resolve not to be a:    Very indolent person  One major problem for teachers is students who have a slothful attitude. We should never be indolent in our daily work or…

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What is a Christian?

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January 2010
Articles > Biblical/theological

What is a Christian?

What is a Christian? This question can be answered by examining the Bible's first use of the word 'Christian'. Acts 11:26 says, 'And the disciples were first called Christians in Antioch'.  The Roman dictators of the first three centuries AD expected people to worship them as Caesar. There are many so-called 'saviours' in this world…

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The good Shepherd

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October 2009
Articles > Biblical/theological

The good Shepherd

The good Shepherd One of the most powerful metaphors in the Word of God to describe the relationship between believers and the Saviour is that of the sheep and shepherd. In the Old Testament, Jehovah is called the 'Shepherd of Israel' (Psalm 80:1) and his covenant people the 'sheep of his pasture' (Psalm 100:3). When God…

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Don’t neglect the powerhouse

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July 2009
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

Don’t neglect the powerhouse

Don't neglect the powerhouse Prayer is the powerhouse of the church. It is said that the spirituality of a church can be measured by the substance and demeanour of its weekly prayer meeting.  We need to ask ourselves if there is a genuine evangelistic concern. Is there a heartfelt longing for the conversion of the…

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News – Rev. Timothy Tow (1920-2009)

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June 2009
Obituaries

News – Rev. Timothy Tow (1920-2009)

Rev. Timothy Tow (1920-2009)   Rev. Dr Timothy Tow was taken to be with the Lord on 20 April. He was born in Swatow in South China, and was deeply influenced by Dr John Sung during a 1935 revival in Singapore, and by Dr Carl McIntire. In 1950, after ordination in Geneva, he seceded…

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Witness at work

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May 2009
Articles > Cultural and Ethical

Witness at work

Witness at work One gets the impression sometimes that Christian believers consider work to be a necessary evil rather than a blessing from God. This is both bad theology and bad psychology. Remember that work was given to man in his perfect state - before the Fall and not after (Genesis 2:15).  Work is an…

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True security

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November 2008
Articles > Biblical/theological

True security

True security We live in a precarious world and perilous times. We witness calamitous events from disastrous hurricanes to wars, destructive earthquakes to financial upheavals. Our Lord predicted economic woes, international conflicts and natural disasters would preceding his second coming (Matthew 24:1-13; Luke 21:1-20). For Christians, such fearful events ought to turn our thoughts to Christ…

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