GOSPEL CENTERED LIFE – Br. Binoi Samuel – [Audio- Video Sermon]

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Paul, in his letter to Timothy, notes that the mystery of godliness is the gospel. That is, the most essential ingredient for godliness is the gospel.It is important, therefore, that the church sing, teach, and preach the gospel. This is the message the church must cherish the most. And if so, the life of the church should revolve around this message – That is, every church service is gospel-centric. The church celebrates the gospel each time it gathers together. It affects what we sing, how we preach, what we teach, and how we relate to those in the church and out of the church. We have no church without the gospel, and no gospel without Christ.Gospel-centric living is a call to return to the message that we have forgotten, or rather, we have looked down on.

THE GLORY OF NEW COVENANT – John Boyd Nicholson Jr. – [Audio sermon]

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Conducting a study on 2 Corinthians 3 & 4, Br. Nicholson contrasts the glories of the 2 Testaments. One that faded away like the glory on the face of Moses and the other that shone through the coming of Jesus in to this World- ‘Glory full of Grace and truth’. This glory today has God instilled in His children, in order to show that the supreme power belongs to God, not to us. And so its the Will of God for His Children to shine this glorious light out.


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Posted here is the enacted skit by the youth of Borivali Assembly on the true story behind the famous song- “I HAVE DECIDED TO FOLLOW JESUS”

The story of the song is covered in the Book by Dr. P.P. Job and Indian preacher in His book “Why God Why” About 150 years ago, there was a great revival in Wales, England. As a result of this, many missionaries came from England and Germany to North-East India to spread the Gospel. At the time, north-east India was not divided into many states as it is today. The region was known as Assam and comprised hundreds of tribes. The tribal communities were quite primitive and aggressive by nature.