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Welcome to the weekly sermon podcast of Grace Christian Church of the Philippines! We’re an evangelical Bible church in Quezon City. Our hope is that this podcast may help you know more about Jesus Christ and know better the truths of the Bible, whatever your life stage and wherever you are in your faith walk. Visit us at gccp.org.ph.
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Patience is a cornerstone of spiritual maturity and growth, as emphasized by the apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 13. To become better followers of Jesus and beacons of God's love and grace, we need to practice patience. Rev. Jonathan Banzuelo expounds on what practicing patience involves and highlights practical was on how we grow in patience.…
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Life often throws unexpected challenges our way, disrupting our plans and causing us to question God's goodness. The prophet Habakkuk's journey from questioning to trust is a powerful lesson for how we are are to respond when things don't go our way.Rev. Eyriche Cortez
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Throughout our lives, we invest time, effort, and resources in pursuits we believe will satisfy us physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Yet, the satisfaction often fades quickly. How can we achieve true and lasting fulfillment? Jesus' answers to three questions in John 6:22-40 provide us with three essential principles.…
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If the foundation and source of strength for the Christian life is a believer's connection with Jesus, and if that connection results in amazing things, then we should be motivated to abide in Christ and draw close to Him every day. What does this connection look like and how does it play out in one's life? Dr. Stephen Go Tan delves into Jesus' own…
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Here's a travel tip for your journey through life: Ask yourself two important questions: "Where am I going?" and "How do I get there?" For the first question, ensure that your destination is truly worth the journey. For the second, make sure you understand the path you need to take and the costs involved in getting there.…
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Life is often compared to a race, and for a follower of Jesus, running the race of faith requires a big heart of devotion in order to finish well. Two key practices we need to develop are demonstrated by Joshua as recorded in the Bible.Dr. Timothy Warren
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Everyone loves having the freedom to choose, but that freedom comes with the tough task of making decisions. In fact, the more options we have, the harder it gets to figure out the best one. So, how can we make decision-making easier? It boils down to asking ourselves three simple questions, each with just two choices.…
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Insecurities can plague anyone, regardless of their status or accomplishments. They often stem from feelings of inadequacy, fear of rejection, and other unfounded fears, and shows in how they perceive their identity, their future, their body image; how others love and accept them; their own success and ability to succeed.These insecurities can lead…
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What makes a person worthy to be honored? We tend to admire, honor, and associate with people we perceive to be great, powerful, and famous regardless of their character, but Proverbs 31:10-31 reminds us of eight biblical qualities that we should celebrate and praise, look for in a person, and cultivate in ourselves.…
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Watching the downfall of someone exceptional and remarkably influential, who seemed to have it all, is undeniably heart-breaking. It hits even harder if that person claims to be a follower of Jesus Christ. How do we avoid being checkmated into a downward spiral like what happened to King Solomon? We look at five unspiritual ingredients that make up…
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What if, for the sake of Jesus, you were tasked to do something you would never choose to do? What if you suddenly find yourself carrying a heavy burden you never wanted nor expected to bear? Here’s what we can learn from Simon of Cyrene, the man who was forced to help Jesus carry the cross beam on the way to Calvary.…
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Can the pursuit of wealth, power, and reputation, if driven by noble intentions, truly be harmless? In this sermon, we'll explore how the very accomplishments that defined King Solomon's reign also posed significant spiritual risks that eventually led to his downfall, serving as a reminder to us of the temporary nature of earthly success and the en…
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A life that radiates joy, gladness, and gratitude comes from recognizing God's majesty and sovereignty and living in the light of His character and promises. It inspires joyful living and worship that draws others to Him, as demonstrated by King Solomon in 1 Kings 8:1-66.Dr. Stephen Tan
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The reality for many Christians is that we say God is worthy of the highest, most excellent level of service we can give because of the love and grace He has shown us through the sending of His Son Jesus Christ to die in our place, but our actions do not match what we say. What does it mean to serve the Lord with excellence and what does it look li…
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There are days when everything that’s happening feels like it’s too much to handle and you just need a little TLC to make you feel better. What can a resurrected Savior do for you to calm and assure your heart during those times that you need it most? Let’s take a look at this account of a poignant encounter between Jesus and His disciples in John …
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Fangirling or fanboying over some famous person is not a new concept. We see this happen in biblical times as Jesus went about His earthly ministry. As Jesus taught Scripture and performed miracles, His fame and follower count grew and grew. But there’s a big difference between being a fan and being a genuine follower. John 12:12-26 gives us three …
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Jesus Christ demonstrated the greatest act of love when He died in our place to save us from our sins and grant us eternal life. This is why we place our trust and commit our lives to Him. As a follower of Jesus Christ, how far are you willing to go in your devotion to God in a world where honoring Him and following His Word is offensive? Mark 14:1…
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To forgive those who've done you wrong is one thing. To reconcile with them is another. As Christians living as ambassadors on behalf of Jesus Christ, how do we show others what the grace of God looks like through forgiveness and reconciliation?Rev. Eric Ickes
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What can cause a loving, gracious, and forgiving God to distance Himself from the people He loves? What does it look like when His patience runs out? Here are three biblical principles to remember to avoid toxic or destructive behaviors that would justifiably drive God away.Dr. Stephen Tan
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Shifting priorities, unclear direction, unstable processes, unhappy and disengaged people---this can happen in any organizational unit, even among family and friendship groups. How can we avoid organizational dysfunction and build thriving relationships in the organizational units we belong? Here are four actions we can emulate from King Solomon.…
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What practical tips can the Bible give us on how to live wisely as it relates to the every day things we encounter, like what we decide to do or not do, to say or not say, to believe or not to believe? We take a look at King Solomon's experience in 1 Kings 3:16-28.Dr. Stephen Tan
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It’s not easy to follow Jesus, especially in the face of challenging experiences, discouraging circumstances, and hardships. Here are three encouragements for Christians so that we don’t lose heart in our walk of faith.Rev. Vince Burke
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We all desire to have our wishes come true. As Christians we often pray and hope that our all-powerful God would grant our wishes. Is it OK to wish for these things, and will God grant our wishes? 1 Kings 3:1-15 gives us four biblical principles to help answer these questions.Dr. Stephen Tan
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Any relationship can become toxic, including relationships with coworkers, in-laws, parents, siblings, and friends. So how do we detox from toxic people? Here are 4 things we need to watch out for as demonstrated by King Solomon in 1 Kings 2:1-46.Dr. Stephen Tan
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Every follower of Jesus has an opportunity to be greatly used by God in this lifetime. How does God select those He will use for His glorious purpose? What is it that God is looking for to choose people to make an impact in this world? Here are four biblical principles.Dr. Stephen Tan
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The book of Proverbs offers practical guidance for wise and righteous living. Here are three biblical principles from Proverbs 16:1-9 that you can follow to help you plan your year.Dr. Stephen G. Tan
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It is important to understand the complex issue of gender identy from both the biblical and secular worldviews to engage in impactful conversations. Central to this issue is the question: Can I be what I feel? How would you answer?Dr. Stephen G. Tan
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As with all things and especially with passionate topics such as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict where differing perspectives and opinions can divide, it is very important for a follower of Jesus to look in the Bible and see these issues through the lenses of God’s attributes, to know what God has done in the past, is doing in the present, and wil…
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For many followers of Jesus, the freedom we have in Christ is synonymous with the ability to make our own decisions and choose our own path in life and to do whatever we want, whenever we want. But Scripture reminds us that “All things are permitted, but not all things are of benefit. All things are permitted, but not all things build people up.” (…
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Knowing God’s plans for the future teaches us how to live in the present. Scripture gives us glimpses of glory that God has in store for us in the future to encourage us to live rightly in the midst of earthly chaos and problems and to remind us that our eyes should be pointed heavenward.Dr. Stephen G. Tan
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God is omnipresent, meaning He is present everywhere; and for those who have placed their trust in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, there is an assurance that God is with us always. But because God is also holy, it means that while we can never be out of God's reach, we can lose His favor and damage our relationship with Him if we sin, and th…
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For people who call themselves followers of Jesus, God’s Word is not simply a book of guidelines. What is written is expected to be lived out. In Colossians 4:2-6 there are four mandates all followers of Jesus must follow. *Correction on 16:14 - verse read is 2 Corinthians 11:3Rev. Mike Van Prooyen
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We all have hopes and dreams of how life should or could be, and expectations of how it will come to fruition. But at some point in our lives, our dreams seem to turn into nightmares. What can we do when our dreams turn into nightmares, especially as a follower of Jesus?Dr. Tom Roxas
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In this achievement culture we live in, we are never satisfied, we want what others have, and we think that everyone in the world has the same desires we do. This is the sin of coveting, an act so sinister that can lead to the destruction of our lives. Here are important principles to help you identify and deal with covetousness in your life.…
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In the race called life, there will be many roadblocks and challenges that will come your way which may greatly discourage you. The Bible gives us reminders to inspire to press on to the end, to finish the race, and to finish it well.Dr. Stephen G. Tan
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The wrong assumptions we make about God, about other people’s relationship with God, and even about how God views us can oftentimes lead to broken relationships. As Christians, how do we avoid making wrong spiritual assumptions?Dr. Stephen G. Tan
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Sometimes it's difficult to find the right balance in talking about normal things and talking about Christ. This message talks about four questions Christians need to ask so that we can be an effective witness for Christ.Dr. Stephen G. Tan
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When we are wronged or people inflict harm on us, our natural response is to take revenge, take matters into our own hands, and get even. As followers of Jesus, how do we respond to our enemies wisely and effectively?Rev. Victory Ramoy
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It is easy to live the Christian life when everything is going well. But when the stresses and anxieties of life hit, when things don’t go as planned, how do you feel? What are we supposed to do when nothing seems to go the way we want it to? How do we respond when none of our plans go our way?Dr. Stephen G. Tan
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