Pastoral Letters are weekly communications from our church pastor to the congregation.  They are mostly original reflections on the Word of God in response to church events or current affairs, local or beyond, with the primary intent to exhort Christians to live rightly before God in the real world.  Short bibliographies are sometimes featured towards the same end.

We pray that these writings will be a great blessing to you!

Coming Back to the Lord’s Temple

Starting first Lord’s Day of November, our brothers and sisters-in-Christ could return to church for worship and Sunday school, for this we thank God! The feeling of worshipping the Lord together with our brothers and sisters-in-Christ is totally different from that of attending worship alone online in our homes. Seeing...

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Year End Reflection

Time flies and we are now coming to the close of year 2020. Some of us would have completed our year end examinations or performance evaluation. Some may have done well in their respective areas of occupation—whether as students or as employees. However, whether you have or have not done...

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The Dissolving of Doubts—Part 4/8

This series of eight articles was written by Dr Peter Masters and are extracted from https://www.metropolitantabernacle.org/The-Dissolving-of-Doubts-Doubting-Salvation. A Sense of Our Own Condition A second indication that there is, in all likelihood, spiritual life in us is found in 1 John 1.8-9—“If we say that we have no sin, we deceive...

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Reformation Day

Christians commemorate Reformation Day on 31st Oct. On this day in the year 1517, Martin Luther wrote his 95 theses and affixed them to the door of the Castle of Wittenberg on 31st Oct 1517. Born in Germany in 1483, Martin Luther became one of the most influential figures in...

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The Danger Of Disobeying The Truth

We live in an age of an explosion of information. These information and knowledge we have, to a certain extent, made our lives more convenient and even help us make better decisions. However, if the information we possess is wrong, no matter how much information we have, it would not...

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“My Soul Yearns, Even Faints, For The Courts of The Lord”

“SINGAPORE: As community cases of COVID-19 remain low in Singapore, authorities will allow more people to go back to the workplace from Sep 28, subject to conditions.” Among employees who are able to work from home, no more than half should return to the workplace at any point in time,...

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The Dissolving of Doubts—Part 3/8

These series of eight articles were written by Dr Peter Masters and are extracted from https://www.metropolitantabernacle.org/The-Dissolving-of-Doubts-Doubting-Salvation. A Sense of God’s Perfections Here are the apostle John’s signs that spiritual life is in us, the first being found in 1 John 1.5-7— This then is the message which we have heard...

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The Dissolving of Doubts—Part 2/8

These series of eight articles were written by Dr Peter Masters and are extracted from https://www.metropolitantabernacle.org/The-Dissolving-of-Doubts-Doubting-Salvation. You may be a fairly stubborn person, having a tough streak in you, and that may work to your advantage in much of your life. But Satan knows it. He realises that as soon...

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Stay Alert

The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc around the world, causing thousands of lives lost. A minority number of countries achieved good results in containing the virus. Of these, some experienced a second and a third waves of attack after months of remission. Some countries saw drastic deterioration since the pandemic,...

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God is Faithful

Life is full of uncertainties in health, jobs, relationships, economy and political stability. With the uncertainties, come much anxiety. The CoViD-19 pandemic has had devastating impact on lives and livelihood on a global scale. Nearer home, the impact of the pandemic on air travel has reduced the normal bustle in...

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