“But he was wounded for our transgressions; he was crushed for our iniquities; upon him was the chastisement that brought us peace, and with his stripes we are healed.” (Isa 53:5 ESV)

Jenny was in trouble because a serious theft had occurred at the IT company where she worked. Although it was her subordinates who engineered the crime, the company was going to prosecute Jenny for allowing the security to lapse, which enabled them to steal valuable company data. There was a real risk that she may lose her job after working there for 24 years.

Rev Henry Hong


“I have loved you with an everlasting love;

therefore I have continued my faithfulness to you.”

Jeremiah 31:3 ESV


“I don’t need you, and I don’t ever want to see you again!” shouted Alex. These parting words broke the heart of his father. Whatever happened to the then 20-year-old Alex, no one knew.

Rev Henry Hong


Search me, O God, and know my heart!

Try me and know my thoughts!

And see if there be any grievous way in me and lead me in the way everlasting!”

(PSALM 139:23-24, ESV)


“David, take out the parking coupon and tear out the tabs for me. It’s 10am now. Tear out 10.15 for me.” “Mama, that’s cheating.” “It’s OK. It’s drizzling now. No one will come to check so it’s not likely we’ll get caught.”

Rev Goh Yong Kuang


“The Lord Almighty is with us;

the God of Jacob is our fortress”.



Psalm 46 was written to encourage the people of Israel who were threatened with destructions brought about by war (vss.8-9) and natural disaster (vss.2-3). There was no escape - defeat and death seemed inevitable. But in the midst of their ordeal, the people turned to God for help.

By Kelly New

Trinity Theological College Student


Today is a special Sunday as it stands between Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday, marking the beginning of Lent. This Valentine’s Day was also the first since the Covid pandemic that saw people celebrating kinships and friendships without their masks on. Similarly, the 2023 Lent season would be the first mask-free Lent since the pandemic hit our shores. This would be the first Lent season in the New Normal and what does that mean for you?



Powerful stories about love are often illustrated by the contrast between the lover & the one being loved. For eg, a person so unworthy yet so dearly loved by another. Or a person that is not only indifferent but totally unappreciative of the love shown towards him/her.


The Bible is God’s message of Love towards humankind. The Bible is not given to us merely for information but as we study who this God of the Bible is, we become changed from within. This transformative change is the result of the Holy Spirit working in our hearts to respond to His message of Love in the Holy Bible.