Wesley Methodist Church Klang

Welcome! We are delighted that you are visiting our website. We hope you will come visit us in person at our church. It is our sincere prayer that you will encounter Jesus Christ and that your life will be spiritually refreshed through your experience with us.

Please take time to look through our site and what is offered at Wesley Methodist Church, Klang. We are a church that desires to take Jesus to our community and world. We believe our website will help you get to know us even before we have the pleasure of welcoming you in person.

You are important to us because Jesus Christ loves you and died for the forgiveness of your sin. We want to make your time with us pleasurable and enriching, answer your questions, and assist you spiritually. Let us know how we can serve you.

God bless you!

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Fresh Encounter With The Holy Spirit Seminar

FreshEncounterDrBernardTehAbout The Speaker
Rev Dr Bernard Teh is an encourager and a great man of faith. He is the Senior Pastor of FGA Taiping, which he pioneered since 1984 and now has one of the largest congregations in the North. Known for opening barren wombs (creative miracle) for the glory of God, he operates accurately in the gifts of the Holy Spirit and is a mentor to many pastors, leaders and youths. Rev Dr Bernard Teh actively engages in the marketplace, social work, community projects, mission and evangelism to advance the Kingdom of God. To date FGA has planted many outreaches which are located in Kuala Kangsar, Bukit Mertajam, Sitiawan, Nibong Tebal, Tanjung Rambutan and Batu Gajah.

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Church Camp 2017 – Reconciling Man To God


 Church Camp 2017
Reconciling Man To God

Speaker: Dato’ Dr Daniel Ho
Date: Friday-Sunday, July 7-9, 2017
Venue: The Haven Resort Hotel, Tambun, Ipoh
Jalan Haven (Persiaran Lembah Perpaduan),
31150 Tambun, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia

Cost: RM446 (Adult Twin Sharing)
RM265 (Children 4-12 years)

Please check out the campsite at www.thehavenresorts.com

Organised by Wesley Methodist Church Klang,
4 Jalan Bukit Jawa, 41000 Klang, Selangor
 3372 2698  general@klangwesley.com
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Under The Same Yoke

“Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light.”


Matthew 11:28-30 contains a beautiful description of the purpose and pace of the Spirit-filled walk. Jesus invites you to a restful walk in tandem with Him, just as two oxen walk together under the same yoke. “How can a yoke be restful?” you ask. Because Jesus’ yoke is an easy yoke. As the lead ox, Jesus walks at a steady pace. If you pace yourself with Him, your burden will be easy. But if you take a passive approach to the relationship, you’ll be painfully dragged along in the yoke because Jesus keeps walking. Or if you try to race ahead or turn off in another direction the yoke will chafe your neck and your life will be uncomfortable. The key to a restful yoke-relationship with Jesus is to learn from Him and open yourself to His gentleness and humility.

The picture of walking in the Spirit in tandem with Jesus also helps us understand our service to God. How much will you get done without Jesus pulling on His side of the yoke? Nothing. And how much will be accomplished without you on your side? Nothing. A yoke can only work if both are pulling together.

Paul said, “I planted, Apollos watered, but God was causing the growth” (1 Corinthians 3:6). You and I have the privilege to plant and water, but if God isn’t in it, nothing will grow. However, if we don’t plant and water, nothing will grow. God has chosen to work through the church, in partnership with you to do His work in the world today. He’s the lead ox. Let’s learn from Him.


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The Proper Use Of Words

Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, so that it will give grace to those who hear. (Ephesians 4:29, NEW AMERICAN STANDARD BIBLE)

How do we express our perceptions of people? Primarily by what we say to them. Studies have shown that, in the average home, for every positive statement, a child receives ten negative statements. The school environment is only slightly better; students hear seven negative statements from their teachers for every one positive statement. No wonder so many children are growing up feeling that they are losers. Parents and teachers are conveying that perception every day in how they talk to their children.

These studies go on to point out that it takes four positive statements to negate the effect of one negative statement. You probably verify that finding every time you wear a new suit or dress. A number of your friends may say, “Oh, what a good-looking outfit.” But it only takes one comment like “It’s not really you” to send you scurrying back to the store for
a refund. We affect others significantly by what we say about them, and what we say is significantly determined by how we perceive them.

If we could memorize just one verse from the New Testament, put it into practice and never violate it, I believe we would resolve half to three-fourths of the problems in our homes and churches. The verse is Ephesians 4:29. Isn’t it amazing that you and I have the power to give grace to others through the proper use of our words? If we say nothing to put others down, and only built up others as Ephesians 4:29 commands, we would be part of God’s construction crew in the church instead of members of Satan’s wrecking crew.                                       (DAILY IN CHRIST by NEIL & JOANNE ANDERSON))

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Mother’s Love

There is no love, like a mother’s love,
no stronger bond on earth…
like the precious bond that comes from God,
to a mother, when she gives birth.
A mother’s love is forever strong,
never changing for all time…
and when her children need her most,
a mother’s love will shine.
God bless these special mothers,
God bless them every one…
for all the tears and heartache,
and for the special work they’ve done.
When her days on earth are over,
a mother’s love lives on…
through many generations,
with God’s blessings on each one.
Be thankful for our mothers,
for they love with a higher love…
from the power God has given,
and the strength from up above.


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Breaking Bread At Emmaus

We all, each one of us, are walking on our individual journeys through life dealing with our questions either by ourselves or with others. Many times we ask, “Where is God in all of this?”

The disciples walking on the road to Emmaus were talking about all of the stupendous events that had occurred surrounding the crucifixion and death of Jesus. They were terribly upset because they had thought Jesus of Nazareth was the Messiah that God had sent, and look what had happened! They were dazed and bewildered by it all; they were trying to make sense out of it, “Where was God in all of this,” they wondered?

The Gospel account then takes us to the one thing that opened their eyes, the event that allowed them to make all of the connections, the central piece in the puzzle. It was the breaking of the bread, when the “Stranger” who was among them took bread, said the blessing, broke it and gave it to them to eat. Suddenly, their eyes of recognition were opened. They no longer saw Him with just their eyes, but they recognized Him with their hearts. They saw Him with their newly awakened faith. They saw Him now in that event where He promised to be with them always.

Jesus comes to you and me in ways we least expect. We know of our own moments of surprise, our own moments of wonder, when suddenly we are aware of God’s presence to us, when out of the blue we hear what He’s saying to us. To deny that He is, in fact, present to us is to deny the testimony of countless numbers of people who, down through 2,000 years of Christian history, tell us of their similar “Walks to Emmaus,” telling us of their similar moments of coming to recognize Jesus and their encounters with Him.

May you soon have some time to walk your own road to Emmaus. For without His presence with us, we certainly will feel depressed and defeated. Without His presence, we will not be journeying to a destination, we will simply be wandering.

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The Unchanging Power Of The Gospel

God’s Word never changes, and that’s why the Gospel is never emptied of its power.

To this day, it is setting the most hopeless drug addicts free and delivering the most hate-filled terrorists. That’s the power of the Gospel!

To this day, it is convicting the self-righteous of their sin and revealing the mercy of God to the worst sinner.

To this day, it is declaring that Jesus alone is Lord—not the gods of the nations and not the prophets and leaders of the false religions—and it is promising forgiveness and new life to everyone who will turn to Him.

And the moment they truly turn, they are changed, from death to life in a moment of time, and from the kingdom of Satan into the kingdom of God, from lost to saved and from unclean to holy.

That’s the power of the Gospel!

I want to encourage you to share the good news with confidence, knowing that God’s Word will not return void, knowing that the message of salvation through the death and resurrection of Jesus will be relevant and fresh until the last moment of human history, knowing that heaven and earth will pass away but Jesus’ words will never pass away (Matthew 24:35), and knowing that God’s mercy never wanes.

Until Jesus returns, the message of the cross will be transforming lives as we proclaim it boldly and without shame.

And while the tune to the hymn “There Is Power in the Blood” may be old, the message is as fresh today as it was 2,000 years ago: There is power, power, wonder-working power in the precious blood of the Lamb.

Preach the cross, preach the resurrection, preach the message of new life in Jesus, and you will witness firsthand the unchanging power of the Gospel.

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Knowing Jesus Is A Greater Pursuit Than Avoiding Death

Jesus’ friend Lazarus had just died, and now Jesus is speaking to Lazarus’ sister Martha. And there are some inescapable lessons to learn from this situation, and from Jesus’ response to it.

First, death is a reality. Death is the end of every person (Ecclesiastes 7:2). Death is not unexpected. The manner of it may be unknown, the timing of it may come as a surprise, but the fact of it is not. The fact is that death is eventually coming for us all, unless Jesus Christ returns before that time.

Yet in Jesus’ response we also learn this: Jesus is an even more foundational reality than death. Jesus existed before death ever entered the world, He conquered death through His own death and resurrection, and He will outlive, outlast death itself… by such a long stretch that in eternity death will be only a speck in the rear-view mirror.

At first glance, in John 11:21-27, the scene could be from almost any Christian funeral we might have attended ourselves. Verse 23 sounds very much like the kind of accurate, well-worn statement we might fall back on when we are trying to comfort a loved one and are not sure what else to say: “Your brother will rise again.”

And in verse 24 Martha replies with a good, faithful, orthodox confirmation that even in the face of death she has not lost her faith: “I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection at the last day.”

But then verse 25 is where things suddenly get very unusual. Jesus moves Martha from a very general, correct affirmation of life-after-death, to the very specific and outrageous claim: “I AM the Resurrection, and the Life!”

It is as if death ran from Jesus like darkness flees from the presence of the sun. And Jesus insists that those believers in Christ like Lazarus who have already died with faith in Christ will yet live (John 11:25), and those who are living (speaking to Martha, and now to you today!) and believe in Jesus will never die (John 11:26). Verse 26 is actually a double negative in the original language: whoever is living and believes on me will never, never die.

Knowing Jesus is an even greater pursuit than avoiding death. In Jesus is life: essentially (because there is no life outside of Him), originally (because all life comes from Him), and terminally (because He is the end / object of life). Eternal life is knowing Jesus. Do you know Him? Are you pursuing Him?

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