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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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Work, leisure and the Christian

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September 2005
Articles > Cultural and Ethical

Work, leisure and the Christian

Work and leisure are God’s gifts to the human race, yet within Christian churches they are neglected topics and young people receive no clear direction in these areas. Society’s attitude towards them is dominated by a secular and pragmatic outlook. The way people spend their leisure time often reflects the decline of moral and…

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An unusual announcement

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December 2004
Evangelistic

An unusual announcement

We are bombarded daily with information and announcements - some relevant, some not. We learn to ignore most of them! But there is one announcement we must heed, for it has eternal consequences.It is the angel's announcement of the coming of Jesus Christ, the Saviour of the world. We must look beyond the seasonal…

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Antidote for anxiety

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July 2004
Articles > Biblical/theological

Antidote for anxiety

'For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength: and ye would not' (Isaiah 30:15)We are living in a hectic world of stress and strain. More and more people are seeing psychiatrists and counsellors for…

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The cutting edge-An occasional series on doctrinal issues today

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February 2004
Articles > Biblical/theological

The cutting edge-An occasional series on doctrinal issues today

The late twentieth and early twenty-first century have witnessed the proliferation of churches, some of which have mushroomed overnight into mega ecclesiastical outfits with aggressive marketing policies.Amissionary to India, Donald McGavran, had already formulated the main principles of church growth theory in the 1930s, but it was not until the 1970s that his ideas…

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The joy of searching the Scriptures

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January 2004
Articles > Biblical/theological

The joy of searching the Scriptures

The Holy Bible is the Word of the living God - providentially preserved, inspired, indestructible, incorruptible, indispensable, infallible and inexhaustible. Jesus our Lord instructed us to search the Scriptures (John 5:39). What does this mean, and how can we do it practically? We can use the phrase 'Search the Scriptures' as an acrostic (S-E-A-R…etc)…

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Christian contentment

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September 2003
Articles > Biblical/theological

Christian contentment

One of the great problems for a 21st-century Christian in a highly materialistic society is the issue of contentment. We are bombarded daily with seductive offers and attractions — better jobs, flashy cars, new kitchens, health club memberships, fashionable clothes and so on.How can the believer overcome the temptation to seek more and more…

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Contemplate

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March 2003
Articles > Biblical/theological

Contemplate

Most of us live our lives in the hustle and bustle of a demanding economic and international environment. Singaporeans are going through difficult and trying times in varying ways. Our economy is in the doldrums, with 4.8% unemployment, economic retrenchment, and the looming prospect of war with Iraq. Families are also under siege, with…

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