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The Healing Ministry – Sept. 30, 2018

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James 5:13-20 Two weeks ago, hundreds of delegates, representing various areas of South Korea, visited Pyongyang and the three-day summit meetings were lively broadcasted. It was their third meeting between the two Korean leaders within a year. Unfortunately, none of this was broadcasted in our country but I could watch some video clips from Youtube […]

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Deepening Our Prayer – September 23, 2018

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Psalm 1:1-6 Everyone knows that working out physically is good for our health. It is my goal to go to LA Fitness twice a week, but last week, I could exercise only once. I went there yesterday around 2 o’clock and came back home around 8. Yes, I spent 6 hours there. Wow! Can you […]

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Blessing of Animals – Sept 16, 2018

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Genesis 1:20-31 Friends…, welcome! Welcome to every one of you today, no matter how young or old you are, no matter how many legs you have, or don’t have! We are here to celebrate our Rally Day today and we are also here to be a blessing for others by blessing our animal friends together! […]

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“Ephphatha! Be Opened!” – September 9, 2018

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Mark 7:24-37 In our Gospel lesson, the writer chose not to translate one Aramaic word, “EPHPHATHA” which means “Be opened.” Why do you think Mark did not translate this word? I think, this is Mark’s way of emphasizing this story, insuring that no one would ever miss it. We need to be reminded that these […]

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What Really Matters – September 2, 2018

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Mark 7:1-8, 21-23 We all know that there are good reasons for keeping our hands clean. With all the germs and diseases out there, we are all concerned about that. And that’s why the first thing all our preschool children do when they come in the morning is washing their hands. Knowing that we are […]