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January 30, 2021 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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THE FATHER'S EXTREME UNFAILING LOVE The Book of Job is neither about Job's suffering nor about God giving and taking away. Instead, it is about the Father's unfailing love and man's need for a mediator and a saviour. In the first place, God did not give to Job to take it away from him. The book of James shows us the purpose of the book of Job.James 5:8–11 (NKJV)8 You also be patient. Establish your hearts, for the coming of the Lord is at hand.9 Do not grumble against one another, brethren, lest you be condemned. Behold, the Judge is standing at the door! 10 My brethren, take the prophets, who spoke in the name of the Lord, as an example of suffering and patience. 11 Indeed we count them blessed who endure. You have heard of the perseverance of Job and seen the end intended by the Lord—that the Lord is very compassionate and merciful.This chapter in the book of James tells us about Christians who suffered injustice from the unjust rich. James encouraged them to be patient and endure in the midst of suffering, because blessed are those who endure, remain steadfast and not moved by suffering. James reminded the church how Job suffered, how he endured in the midst of what he went through.Job was neither a descendant of Abraham, nor was he one of the ancestors of Jesus. He also had nothing to do with the first coming of Jesus. But the Heavenly Father recorded and placed the book of Job among the others in the Old Testament. What is the purpose of the book, then?James summarised Job's suffering and gave three purposes for the Book of Job.The first purpose of the book of Job is about endurance during suffering. The word "endurance" has the meanings of "endurance", "patience", "perseverance", "steadfast waiting for", and "constancy". The meanings expressed how Job endured during the most difficult times of his life, but he ended up doubly blessed. God's purpose for writing this book is for us to learn never to give up, and always endure, especially when injustice has been done to us.The second purpose of the book of Job is about the outcome of Job's endurance. Those who endure will be richly blessed. Job was richly blessed when he endured to the end without succumbing to the calamities. We should develop GRIT in our lives besides having perseverance and endurance in our character. Greater blessings of the Father await us after we have endured and persevered, and come out of every trial of life.The third thing James mentioned about Job is concerning the Lord's life. James said the Lord was full of pity and compassion, and tender and merciful towards Job. It would be hypocritical of the Lord if at one moment He blessed Job, and the next moment He destroyed all Job had. On the contrary, when Job lost everything, the Lord was pitiful, compassionate and merciful towards him, and from these expressions of the Father's love, He restored to Job double what he lost. This is the Father's unfailing love. When we endure and wait for the Lord to restore us, He will work out something good, and we will turn out better and be more blessed after the suffering, if we endure. The word "compassion" in the original Greek has the meaning of "extreme compassion." It goes to say, God had extreme compassion on Job seeing his situation, which God Himself could not prevent. Seeing Job's intense suffering, it stirred up an extreme compassion. He is an infinite God, a God with no limits; hence His compassion is unlimited and can only be expressed as extreme when it is bestowed upon man. James said God was not only compassionate towards Job but was extremely compassionate, and He restored to Job twice what he had lost. We need to study Job to understand why God was extremely compassionate towards him. This will reveal the nature of the Heavenly Father's love to us in our spirit, and our relationship with Him will only go deeper. With a deeper and more intimate relationship with the Father, we will fear nothing on earth. And with a better understanding of the Father's love for us, it will cast all fear away.When we have a deeper revelation of the extreme compassion of the Father's love, we can extremely endure and be patient by the grace of God. And we will receive His extreme compassion to go through any situation, without giving in to fear.The devil instils fear to rule this world with fear. Fear is a spirit, and the devil is the source of all fear. He releases his demonic spirits of fear to oppress mankind with every kind of evil thought. Fear is a spiritual force.The Father's love is a mighty spiritual force that is far greater than any fear. The power of the Father's love casts away all fear. When we understand the extreme compassion of the Father's love, we will be able to stand against fear and rise beyond the power of fear.Be encouraged. If you are experiencing the most extreme suffering, know that the Father will invoke His extreme compassion upon you from His extreme unfailing love.Rev. Cheong Yew KwongFaith Church SingaporePlease visit our website at faithchurch.sg#goodtoread ... See MoreSee Less

THE FATHERS EXTREME UNFAILING LOVE 

The Book of Job is neither about Jobs suffering nor about God giving and taking away. Instead, it is about the Fathers unfailing love and mans need for a mediator and a saviour. 

In the first place, God did not give to Job to take it away from him. The book of James shows us the purpose of the book of Job.

James 5:8–11 (NKJV)
8 You also be patient. Establish your hearts, for the coming of the Lord is at hand.
9 Do not grumble against one another, brethren, lest you be condemned. Behold, the Judge is standing at the door! 
10 My brethren, take the prophets, who spoke in the name of the Lord, as an example of suffering and patience. 
11 Indeed we count them blessed who endure. You have heard of the perseverance of Job and seen the end intended by the Lord—that the Lord is very compassionate and merciful.

This chapter in the book of James tells us about Christians who suffered injustice from the unjust rich. James encouraged them to be patient and endure in the midst of suffering, because blessed are those who endure, remain steadfast and not moved by suffering. James reminded the church how Job suffered, how he endured in the midst of what he went through.

Job was neither a descendant of Abraham, nor was he one of the ancestors of Jesus. He also had nothing to do with the first coming of Jesus. But the Heavenly Father recorded and placed the book of Job among the others in the Old Testament. What is the purpose of the book, then?

James summarised Jobs suffering and gave three purposes for the Book of Job.

The first purpose of the book of Job is about endurance during suffering. The word endurance has the meanings of endurance, patience, perseverance, steadfast waiting for, and constancy. The meanings expressed how Job endured during the most difficult times of his life, but he ended up doubly blessed. Gods purpose for writing this book is for us to learn never to give up, and always endure, especially when injustice has been done to us.

The second purpose of the book of Job is about the outcome of Jobs endurance. Those who endure will be richly blessed. Job was richly blessed when he endured to the end without succumbing to the calamities. We should develop GRIT in our lives besides having perseverance and endurance in our character. Greater blessings of the Father await us after we have endured and persevered, and come out of every trial of life.

The third thing James mentioned about Job is concerning the Lords life. James said the Lord was full of pity and compassion, and tender and merciful towards Job. It would be hypocritical of the Lord if at one moment He blessed Job, and the next moment He destroyed all Job had. On the contrary, when Job lost everything, the Lord was pitiful, compassionate and merciful towards him, and from these expressions of the Fathers love, He restored to Job double what he lost. This is the Fathers unfailing love. When we endure and wait for the Lord to restore us, He will work out something good, and we will turn out better and be more blessed after the suffering, if we endure. 

The word compassion in the original Greek has the meaning of extreme compassion. It goes to say, God had extreme compassion on Job seeing his situation, which God Himself could not prevent. Seeing Jobs intense suffering, it stirred up an extreme compassion. He is an infinite God, a God with no limits; hence His compassion is unlimited and can only be expressed as extreme when it is bestowed upon man. James said God was not only compassionate towards Job but was extremely compassionate, and He restored to Job twice what he had lost. 

We need to study Job to understand why God was extremely compassionate towards him. This will reveal the nature of the Heavenly Fathers love to us in our spirit, and our relationship with Him will only go deeper. With a deeper and more intimate relationship with the Father, we will fear nothing on earth. And with a better understanding of the Fathers love for us, it will cast all fear away.

When we have a deeper revelation of the extreme compassion of the Fathers love, we can extremely endure and be patient by the grace of God. And we will receive His extreme compassion to go through 
any situation, without giving in to fear.

The devil instils fear to rule this world with fear. Fear is a spirit, and the devil is the source of all fear. He releases his demonic spirits of fear to oppress mankind with every kind of evil thought. Fear is a spiritual force.

The Fathers love is a mighty spiritual force that is far greater than any fear. The power of the Fathers love casts away all fear. When we understand the extreme compassion of the Fathers love, we will be able to stand against fear and rise beyond the power of fear.

Be encouraged. If you are experiencing the most extreme suffering, know that the Father will invoke His extreme compassion upon you from His extreme unfailing love.

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

HOW DO YOU PREVENT THE DEVIL FROM STEALING THE WORD OF GOD FROM YOU? During Paul's missionary journeys, he preached and taught anointed by the Holy Ghost because God sent him. Yet many did not accept Paul's preaching and teachings.Similarly, Jesus said the same with the sower's parable and explained it to His disciples. He categorised them into four kinds of Christians.Luke 8:11–15 (NIV)11 "This is the meaning of the parable: The seed is the word of God. 12 Those along the path are the ones who hear, and then the devil comes and takes away the word from their hearts, so that they may not believe and be saved. 13 Those on the rocky ground are the ones who receive the word with joy when they hear it, but they have no root. They believe for a while, but in the time of testing they fall away. 14 The seed that fell among thorns stands for those who hear, but as they go on their way they are choked by life's worries, riches and pleasures, and they do not mature. 15 But the seed on good soil stands for those with a noble and good heart, who hear the word, retain it, and by persevering produce a crop.THE FIRST KIND OF SOIL: The devil will sow doubt and unbelief, instil thoughts that contradict the Word, and the hearer will immediately reject what he hears. Often, the person has already had all kinds of negative thinking due to wrong teachings, which blocks the Word of truth from entering into his spirit.THE SECOND KIND OF SOIL: They heard the truth taught for the first time, but there were no roots. What was taught had not sunk deep enough into their spirit. The word "testing" has the meaning of examination - the act of examining something closely (as for mistake). The hearer had no roots (no depth) and examined the truth received based on circumstances, causing him to reject the truth. He examined the Word of God with the wrong understanding or with erroneous teachings imparted to him in the past. It is the most common problem among Christians and preachers who have been taught wrongly. Although they love and serve God, they cannot move forward with the Holy Spirit, which is a serious problem. Thoughts, contrary to God's Word, have its origins in the devil. It is the devil who stole the Word sown into their spirits. This kind of Christian believed for a little while, but later rejected what they received and believed. It would be better if they did not hear the Word of Truth taught and imparted into their spirits.THE THIRD KIND OF SOIL: Christians who still have one foot in the world. They are not fully committed and are carnal Christians. The world is under the authority and influenced by the power of the devil. The devil uses the worldly things to tempt and deceive, to choke them, causing them not to mature. THE FOURTH KIND OF SOIL: Christians who will produce fruits with the Word of God they receive. But we have to be patient because many of them are persevering in producing fruits.How do we prevent the devil from stealing the Word of God from us? There is only one way, that is, by the grace of God. But only the humble can receive His grace. Men of faith who are prideful cannot receive His grace, only the humble can. When we have humility, then are we able to submit to man and God. The Heavenly Father mainly uses man to impart His Word of Truth into our lives. When we cannot submit to man whom we can see, there will come a time when we cannot submit to God who is unseen. We must continue to have a humble mind to submit and receive the Word of Truth. This is the reason why some receive more readily than others. Pride is always the cause of someone's downfall. The devil will try to steal God's plan from you. He will cause you to stray from it. Hence, we need the wisdom of God to deal with every issue of life and ministry. We need to conscientiously use the authority we have in the Name of Jesus to stop every work of the devil. We need to pray in the spirit because of the unseen realm of the spirit where the devil operates; it is a mystery to the naked eye. When we do so, the devil's schemes will be thwarted, and we will continue in God's Word and God's plan.Rev. Cheong Yew KwongFaith Church SingaporePlease visit our website at faithchurch.sg#goodtoread ... See MoreSee Less

HOW DO YOU PREVENT THE DEVIL FROM STEALING THE WORD OF GOD FROM YOU? 

During Pauls missionary journeys, he preached and taught anointed by the Holy Ghost because God sent him. Yet many did not accept Pauls preaching and teachings.

Similarly, Jesus said the same with the sowers parable and explained it to His disciples. He categorised them into four kinds of Christians.

Luke 8:11–15 (NIV)
11 This is the meaning of the parable: The seed is the word of God. 
12 Those along the path are the ones who hear, and then the devil comes and takes away the word from their hearts, so that they may not believe and be saved. 
13 Those on the rocky ground are the ones who receive the word with joy when they hear it, but they have no root. They believe for a while, but in the time of testing they fall away. 
14 The seed that fell among thorns stands for those who hear, but as they go on their way they are choked by lifes worries, riches and pleasures, and they do not mature. 
15 But the seed on good soil stands for those with a noble and good heart, who hear the word, retain it, and by persevering produce a crop.

THE FIRST KIND OF SOIL: 
The devil will sow doubt and unbelief, instil thoughts that contradict the Word, and the hearer will immediately reject what he hears. Often, the person has already had all kinds of negative thinking due to wrong teachings, which blocks the Word of truth from entering into his spirit.

THE SECOND KIND OF SOIL: 
They heard the truth taught for the first time, but there were no roots. What was taught had not sunk deep enough into their spirit. The word testing has the meaning of examination - the act of examining something closely (as for mistake). The hearer had no roots (no depth) and examined the truth received based on circumstances, causing him to reject the truth. He examined the Word of God with the wrong understanding or with erroneous teachings imparted to him in the past. It is the most common problem among Christians and preachers who have been taught wrongly. Although they love and serve God, they cannot move forward with the Holy Spirit, which is a serious problem. Thoughts, contrary to Gods Word, have its origins in the devil. It is the devil who stole the Word sown into their spirits. This kind of Christian believed for a little while, but later rejected what they received and believed. It would be better if they did not hear the Word of Truth taught and imparted into their spirits.

THE THIRD KIND OF SOIL: 
Christians who still have one foot in the world. They are not fully committed and are carnal Christians. The world is under the authority and influenced by the power of the devil. The devil uses the worldly things to tempt and deceive, to choke them, causing them not to mature. 

THE FOURTH KIND OF SOIL: 
Christians who will produce fruits with the Word of God they receive. But we have to be patient because many of them are persevering in producing fruits.

How do we prevent the devil from stealing the Word of God from us? There is only one way, that is, by the grace of God. But only the humble can receive His grace. Men of faith who are prideful cannot receive His grace, only the humble can. When we have humility, then are we able to submit to man and God. The Heavenly Father mainly uses man to impart His Word of Truth into our lives. When we cannot submit to man whom we can see, there will come a time when we cannot submit to God who is unseen. We must continue to have a humble mind to submit and receive the Word of Truth. This is the reason why some receive more readily than others. Pride is always the cause of someones downfall. 

The devil will try to steal Gods plan from you. He will cause you to stray from it. Hence, we need the wisdom of God to deal with every issue of life and ministry. We need to conscientiously use the authority we have in the Name of Jesus to stop every work of the devil. We need to pray in the spirit because of the unseen realm of the spirit where the devil operates; it is a mystery to the naked eye. 

When we do so, the devils schemes will be thwarted, and we will continue in Gods Word and Gods plan.

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