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Miracles of Healing Service

August 15, 2020 8:00 pm

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Welcome to Faith Church Singapore (FCS)

At our church, we hope that through His Word and by His Spirit, and through the fellowship of the saints you will get to know and experience the Heavenly Father’s unfailing love for you.

John 1:17 (AMP)
17 For while the Law was given through Moses, grace (unearned, undeserved favor and spiritual blessing) and truth came through Jesus Christ.

By our Father’s Grace, we endeavour to teach His Word of Truth that Faith be imparted to your life. Then through Faith you may access His Grace all the time for yourself and for others, thus helping you to develop spiritually and helping your faith grow exceedingly.

The Heavenly Father has given FCS this mandate, that is, “Prayer is Our Mission.” Through prayer we hope that you will fulfill the destiny that our Father God’s unfailing love has planned for you.

I pray that FCS will be a blessing to you. Let us help you fulfill this unique plan that God has for your life.
May our Heavenly Father’s Unfailing Love pour out His abundance of Grace upon you!

 

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Proverbs 8:35 (AMP) For whoever finds me [Wisdom] finds life and draws forth and obtains favor from the Lord.This Scripture talks about divine wisdom from God. If we find it, there is life from it. When we draw wisdom from the Heavenly Father, we will obtain favour; a supernatural favour that is beyond human favour, given to you unconditionally. The difference between supernatural favour and natural human favour is that the one from God will influence people to give you favour beyond what they would usually give. They do so without them even knowing the reason why. In other words, people like you for no reason at all.The Heavenly Father Who created the heavens and the earth has infinite wisdom, which is far beyond what we can comprehend or imagine. His is simply inexhaustible. Even the wisest man on earth should still ask Him for it. When we ask the Father for wisdom, we will have both His wisdom and our wisdom that we possess, and combining both the supernatural and the natural to tackle every issue of life. James says we can ask God for wisdom, for we will always lack in comparison to Him.James 1:5 (NIV) If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.Ask the Father for specific wisdom; for example, if you are facing a very challenging task that you have never come across before. Ask Him for wisdom to handle the challenges at hand. Then He will give you specific wisdom to deal with that issue. Proverbs 2:3–6 (KJV 1900)3 Yea, if thou criest after knowledge, And liftest up thy voice for understanding;4 If thou seekest her as silver, And searchest for her as for hid treasures;5 Then shalt thou understand the fear of the Lord, And find the knowledge of God.6 For the Lord giveth wisdom: Out of his mouth cometh knowledge and understanding.“To cry after knowledge” is like someone who cries out of his heart for knowledge. It is a passionate and honest appeal; not a casual asking. There is a longing for this knowledge of the Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus. “To lift up” means to surrender to someone. In this Scripture, it says surrender to the Lord for understanding because ours is futile, so we need the Lord’s. However, before that, there must be a surrendering of yourself to His understanding. Seek His knowledge and understanding because they are more precious than silver, and are like hidden treasures that need to be dug deep to retrieve them. As a result, we will have reverence for the Lord because there is no knowledge or understanding higher than His. When we begin to have reverence for Him, then we will find His knowledge.Hence this passage of Scriptures tells us to have a longing cry for deeper knowledge and understanding of the Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus, with an attitude of surrendering to Him. This attitude of the soul that seeks the Father and the Lord Jesus will result in much deeper wisdom, knowledge and understanding. With this comes a greater measure of His favour, together with wisdom. Prayer: Heavenly Father, by Your grace, grant us this deeper cry in our spirit and soul that we may have a deeper knowledge and understanding of You, and deeper wisdom from You. Rev. Cheong Yew KwongFaith Church SingaporePlease visit our website at faithchurch.sg#goodtoread ... See MoreSee Less

Proverbs 8:35 (AMP) For whoever finds me [Wisdom] finds life and draws forth and obtains favor from the Lord.

This Scripture talks about divine wisdom from God. If we find it, there is life from it. When we draw wisdom from the Heavenly Father, we will obtain favour;  a supernatural favour that is beyond human favour, given to you unconditionally. The difference between supernatural favour and natural human favour is that the one from God will influence people to give you favour beyond what they would usually give. They do so without them even knowing the reason why. In other words, people like you for no reason at all.

The Heavenly Father Who created the heavens and the earth has infinite wisdom, which is far beyond what we can comprehend or imagine. His is simply inexhaustible. Even the wisest man on earth should still ask Him for it. When we ask the Father for wisdom, we will have both His wisdom and our wisdom that we possess, and combining both the supernatural and the natural to tackle every issue of life. James says we can ask God for wisdom, for we will always lack in comparison to Him.

James 1:5 (NIV) If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.

Ask the Father for specific wisdom; for example, if you are facing a very challenging task that you have never come across before. Ask Him for wisdom to handle the challenges at hand. Then He will give you specific wisdom to deal with that issue. 

Proverbs 2:3–6 (KJV 1900)
3 Yea, if thou criest after knowledge, And liftest up thy voice for understanding;
4 If thou seekest her as silver, And searchest for her as for hid treasures;
5 Then shalt thou understand the fear of the Lord, And find the knowledge of God.
6 For the Lord giveth wisdom: Out of his mouth cometh knowledge and understanding.

“To cry after knowledge” is like someone who cries out of his heart for knowledge. It is a passionate and honest appeal; not a casual asking. There is a longing for this knowledge of the Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus. “To lift up” means to surrender to someone. In this Scripture, it says surrender to the Lord for understanding because ours is futile, so we need the Lord’s. However, before that, there must be a surrendering of yourself to His understanding. Seek His knowledge and understanding because they are more precious than silver, and are like hidden treasures that need to be dug deep to retrieve them. As a result, we will have reverence for the Lord because there is no knowledge or understanding higher than His. When we begin to have reverence for Him, then we will find His knowledge.

Hence this passage of Scriptures tells us to have a longing cry for deeper knowledge and understanding of the Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus, with an attitude of surrendering to Him. This attitude of the soul that seeks the Father and the Lord Jesus will result in much deeper wisdom, knowledge and understanding. With this comes a greater measure of His favour, together with wisdom. 

Prayer: Heavenly Father, by Your grace, grant us this deeper cry in our spirit and soul that we may have a deeper knowledge and understanding of You, and deeper wisdom from You. 

Rev. Cheong Yew Kwong
Faith Church Singapore
Please visit our website at http://faithchurch.sg
#goodtoread

Proverbs 3:1–4 (NIV)1 My son, do not forget my teaching, but keep my commands in your heart,2 for they will prolong your life many years and bring you peace and prosperity.3 Let love and faithfulness never leave you; bind them around your neck, write them on the tablet of your heart. 4 Then you will win favor and a good name in the sight of God and man.Proverbs tells us not to forget His Word (teaching) but to keep it in our spirits. The Word is God and God is the Word. The Word is Jesus and God is love, and the Word is love. When we keep His Word in our spirits, it will prolong our lives many years and bring peace and prosperity. When we obey His Word, it will not only prosper us spiritually and physically, but materially and financially as well. The Word of God will not make us fail; instead, it generates success. God is not a God of failure but success and prosperity. People put on precious jewels and gold around their necks. When the Scripture tells us to bind love and faithfulness around our neck, it is telling us how we should treat the Word. Be faithful in keeping it like precious jewels and gold. Let keeping the Word and faithfulness in obeying the Word, be seen as precious ornaments around our necks. Then we will have favour with both God and man. Notice the Scriptures consistently say that once we have favour with God, we will also have favour with man. We must seek to obey the Word of God so that we may have favour with Him. Consequently, favour with man follows. We must not seek the favour of man but disobey God; having favour with man does not mean you have favour with God. Since grace is favour from God, it is therefore multiplied through the knowledge of God and Jesus Christ as seen in this Scripture. 2 Peter 1:2 (AMP) May grace (God’s favor) and peace (which is perfect well-being, all necessary good, all spiritual prosperity, and freedom from fears and agitating passions and moral conflicts) be multiplied to you in [the full, personal, precise, and correct] knowledge of God and of Jesus our Lord.Knowledge that does not reveal God and the Lord Jesus does not multiply God’s grace to us. This kind of knowledge only puffs a person up. Knowledge that reveals the Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus must be believed and obeyed, then the favour of God will be multiplied to you. The knowledge of God not kept, is rejected knowledge. When you reject the knowledge from the Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus, you reject His favour. So determine in your heart to seek this knowledge. Believe the knowledge revealed to you, and then obey the knowledge entrusted to you. Thereupon, the favour of God multiplied to you will be seen, and you will have favour with God. Subsequently, others will be influenced by the favour of God upon you. Rev. Cheong Yew KwongFaith Church SingaporePlease visit our website at faithchurch.sg#goodtoread ... See MoreSee Less

Proverbs 3:1–4 (NIV)
1 My son, do not forget my teaching, but keep my commands in your heart,
2 for they will prolong your life many years and bring you peace and prosperity.
3 Let love and faithfulness never leave you; bind them around your neck, write them on the tablet of your heart. 
4 Then you will win favor and a good name in the sight of God and man.

Proverbs tells us not to forget His Word (teaching) but to keep it in our spirits. The Word is God and God is the Word. The Word is Jesus and God is love, and the Word is love. When we keep His Word in our spirits, it will prolong our lives many years and bring peace and prosperity. When we obey His Word, it will not only prosper us spiritually and physically, but materially and financially as well. The Word of God will not make us fail; instead, it generates success. God is not a God of failure but success and prosperity. 

People put on precious jewels and gold around their necks. When the Scripture tells us to bind love and faithfulness around our neck, it is telling us how we should treat the Word. Be faithful in keeping it like precious jewels and gold. Let keeping the Word and faithfulness in obeying the Word, be seen as precious ornaments around our necks. 

Then we will have favour with both God and man. Notice the Scriptures consistently say that once we have favour with God, we will also have favour with man. We must seek to obey the Word of God so that we may have favour with Him. Consequently, favour with man follows. We must not seek the favour of man but disobey God; having favour with man does not mean you have favour with God. 

Since grace is favour from God, it is therefore multiplied through the knowledge of God and Jesus Christ as seen in this Scripture. 

2 Peter 1:2 (AMP) May grace (God’s favor) and peace (which is perfect well-being, all necessary good, all spiritual prosperity, and freedom from fears and agitating passions and moral conflicts) be multiplied to you in [the full, personal, precise, and correct] knowledge of God and of Jesus our Lord.

Knowledge that does not reveal God and the Lord Jesus does not multiply God’s grace to us. This kind of knowledge only puffs a person up. Knowledge that reveals the Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus must be believed and obeyed, then the favour of God will be multiplied to you. The knowledge of God not kept, is rejected knowledge. When you reject the knowledge from the Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus, you reject His favour. So determine in your heart to seek this knowledge. Believe the knowledge revealed to you, and then obey the knowledge entrusted to you. Thereupon, the favour of God multiplied to you will be seen, and you will have favour with God. Subsequently, others will be influenced by the favour of God upon you. 

Rev. Cheong Yew Kwong
Faith Church Singapore
Please visit our website at http://faithchurch.sg
#goodtoread
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