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Weekly Reflection

Intentional Discipleship

Discipleship involves prayer, teaching, compassion, commitment, and the ability to lead by a godly example; some portions are passive, while others are extremely active and intentional. When Barnabas saw how Paul was being rejected in Jerusalem, he “took him and … Continue reading

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Walk On The Wet Side

“So Peter went over the side of the boat and walked on the water toward Jesus. But when he saw the strong wind and the waves, he was terrified and began to sink. ‘Save me, Lord!’ he shouted.” Matthew 14:29-30 … Continue reading

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Beauty And Strength

Many years ago, when I attended a youth conference, a young man came to me and took me aside. We stood together underneath a great Douglas fir tree, and he said, “Pastor, I don’t know what is the matter with … Continue reading

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Reasons To Pray

What motivates you to talk with God? Throughout the Scriptures, we are commanded to pray. In fact, Jesus—the Son of God—considered prayer so essential that He regularly left the crowds to seek time alone with His Father (Mark 1:35; Luke … Continue reading

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God Wants To Work A Miracle In You

In John 2: 1-11, Jesus was attending a wedding just like you and I do. Although weddings are expensive today, they were even more so in Jesus’ day. The feast would last for many days and the guests who were … Continue reading

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The Stewardship Of Christ

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. (John 1:1) The Incarnation of Christ has profound implications for Christian stewardship. In the wisdom of God, to redeem man from his sin … Continue reading

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The Discipline In Discipleship

Did you know that to be a disciple literally means to be disciplined? A disciple means a disciplined or trained one, and to be trained means to do something that isn’t natural or easy. Passion is natural, but faithfulness is … Continue reading

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LCEC Members’ Covenant

We as members of the LCEC of Wesley Methodist Church Klang, join in covenant this day to the following: We submit to the commandment of our Lord Jesus Christ reflected in John 13:34-35 that we will be known by our … Continue reading

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