• Religion & Spirituality

    Acts Volume 1 and 2: From Jerusalem to Rome, Chapters 1-28

    Synopsis: Acts is a sequel to the gospel of Luke, written by Luke between 70-90 AD, in Rome. It is a historical narrative of the first-century Christian church from 33 to 60 AD. It is an action-packed, fast-moving, Hollywood-style narrative on the adventures of Peter, Paul and others. You will see how the gospel traveled from Jerusalem to Samaria, Lydda, Joppa, Caesarea Maritima, Damascus, Antioch Syria, Cyprus, Lystra, Iconium, Derbe, Antioch Pisidia, Philippi, Thessalonica, Berea, Athens, Corinth, Ephesus, etc. to Rome. You will see the amazing miracles and hear the amazing sermons and testimonies of Peter and Paul. You will come across many “first” in Acts, e.g., birth of the first-century Christian church, first miracle, first sermon, first Christian martyr, first Christian burial, first Gentile convert, first European Christian convert, Antioch, the city where disciples were first called Christians, etc. You will read about Paul’s first, second, and third missionary journeys, mobbed at Jerusalem, jailed at Caesarea Maritima, shipwrecked at Malta, and jailed in Rome. This is a Christ centred, Holy Spirit-enabled, exciting, life-changing book. About the Author Dr Andrew C S Koh is an Author, Publisher, Blogger, Retired Cardiologist, & Bible Expositor. He is the Author of 26 books, including, Memoirs of a Doctor, Daily devotion Gospel of Mark, Expository Preaching, Philippians, Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon, Daily Devotion Gospel of John Volumes 1, 2, 3, 4, 1 to 4, Galatians, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, & Jude, Romans, Hebrews, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians & Philemon, Pastoral Epistles, Prison Epistles,1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, General Epistles, How I publish 22 books in a pandemic, ABCs to Amazon self publishing, and Acts, volume 1, and Acts, volume 2. Swipe Up, Add to Ca Read more
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  • Religion & Spirituality

    1 Corinthians : But the greatest of these is love

    Foreword by Archbishop Ng Moon Hing, Anglican Archbishop of Southeast Asia Many people, including Christians, are looking for a perfect church. Someone once said this aptly: ‘If you find a perfect church, please do not join it; because once you join it, it will become imperfect.’ Christians today are always very critical of their own church and leadership. They seem to think that the grass is greener next door. They are unconsciously hoping for a ‘Garden of Eden’ within their church. Unfortunately, some Christians resolve to leave their church, which is imperfect, and journey to the next church, which they think is better. Apostle Paul has dealt with an imperfect church such as the Church in Corinth. There were full of problems and sins. Some of them “are not even named among the Gentiles”. He did not mince his words when he reprimanded the Corinthian Christians, and even calling them carnal or immature. It was a church full of spiritual gifts but lack of ‘agape’ love. Never at any moment, Paul has hinted to the Corinthian Christians to leave and form another church, rather he urged them to trust God to overcome the difficulties and to bring about change – “Imitate me, just as I also imitate Christ”. The secret of this imitation is anchored in the embrace of the concept of the LOVE of Christ in all things, including the mind, heart, emotion, action, relationship, obedience, learning, personal living and ministry. The author has rightly reminded his readers that Paul’s firm affirmation and strong advocacy on ‘living righteously and avoid reckless living’ is the main pursuit for the Corinthian Christians. This is also true to us today, failing which our churches will only be left with the empty structure of yesteryears. The answer is not in the ‘once for all’ solution in getting rid of all problems, rather in the life-long process of sanctification i.e. becoming like Christ, until His coming again. About the Author Dr Andrew C S Koh is an Author, Publisher, Blogger, Retired Cardiologist, & Bible Expositor. He is the Author of 25 book, including, Memoirs of a Doctor, Daily devotion Gospel of Mark, Expository Preaching, Philippians, Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon, Daily Devotion Gospel of John Volumes 1, 2, 3, 4, 1 to 4, Galatians, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, & Jude, Romans, Hebrews, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians & Philemon, Pastoral Epistles, Prison Epistles,1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, General Epistles, How I publish 22 books in a pandemic, ABCs to Amazon self publishing, and Acts, volume 1. You can understand 1 Corinthians 1 Corinthians is a Christ centred, life changing, verse-by-verse expositional commentary, Bible study guide and daily devotional guide for readers from all walks of life. The book is divided into 18 chapters, with 18 lessons, with prayer, exposition, and application. A careful reading, study, meditation, and application of scripture will enable readers to grow spiritually, mature in the faith, and be able to rightly divide the word of truth. All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work, 2 Timothy 3: 16-17. Christ centred Life changing Verse-by-verse Exposition Experience Christ Experience God Encounter the Word of eternal life Profitable for doctrine, reproof, and correction Instruction in righteousness Bible Study guide Devotional challenge Exegesis, hermeneutics, applications Swipe up, Add to Cart Read more
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