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Vancouver, BC

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Cain, Abel, and the Sin Crouching at Your Door – Gen 4:1-16
Written by John Tsang   
Wednesday, 31 May 2017 08:10


We continue with the story of Genesis; after the fall in Gen 3, we see the effects of sin on the next generation – Cain and Abel. Cyrus pointed out three major themes in this story: The nature of sin, the Character of God, and a favourable offering.


The Nature of Sin. Sin is not simply an impersonal force or a set of destructive behaviours. Sin is dynamic and active and it seeks to defeat us. Like computer hackers trying to break into a system, the adversary is creative, intelligent, and crafty. When a lion is crouching, it tries to appear small and hidden, and then it pounces and attacks at the most strategic moment. We need to take sin seriously and be aware of the danger. How do we guard against sin? 1 John 1:7 speaks of the importance of community in helping one another from falling into sin.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 May 2017 08:13
Our Tangled Web, Our Tangled Selves – Gen 3:1-24
Written by John Tsang   
Wednesday, 24 May 2017 08:19


The Garden of Eden didn’t remain in its pristine condition for long. By the third chapter of Genesis, we see how sin resulted in a tangled mess of toxic relationships - humanity’s relationship with God and humanity’s relationship with one another.


In Genesis 1 and 2, we learned that humanity was created to be in relationship with God and with one another. In Genesis 3, we see that at the center of the fall was Adam and Eve’s mistrust of God. They did not trust that the world God created was the best for them. Trust in all relationships requires a freedom of choice to respond in love. Therefore, God placed one tree that was off limits to Adam and Eve in order to build or test that trust.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 May 2017 08:29
So What is it That Really Holds Us Together? – Ecc 4:9-12, Col 1:15-20
Written by John Tsang   
Friday, 19 May 2017 11:05


What a wonderful way to celebrate Mother’s day! It started with a homemade breakfast of scrambled eggs, waffles, muffins, and fruit; followed by a meaningful time of worship and communion. We had the privilege of having Dr. Paul Stevens as our guest speaker and he shared from a very familiar passage from Ecclesiastes 4:9-12,


9 Two are better than one,

because they have a good return for their labor:

10 If either of them falls down,

one can help the other up.

But pity anyone who falls

and has no one to help them up.

11 Also, if two lie down together, they will keep warm.

But how can one keep warm alone?

12 Though one may be overpowered,

two can defend themselves.

A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.


From this passage, we see that there is synergy, sustaining help, comfort, and security. What is that third strand and what does it represent?


Last Updated on Friday, 19 May 2017 11:15
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