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Rebecca Ang

Rebecca Ang• Timely Word •
8 December 2018

Brokenness

Very often when we see something broken, we discard it. We associate brokenness with something that is imperfect, disconnected, or damaged – a state that is undesirable. We do not…
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Rebecca Ang• Timely Word •
9 December 2017

Learning from the early church…

In Romans 15:14-33, Paul described the qualities of the early church community in Rome. Here I would like to focus on five aspects. In the first three, Paul described the…
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Rebecca Ang• Timely Word •
10 December 2016

Shalom

Shalom is used as a greeting and is commonly translated as "peace". But the Hebrew word for "shalom" encompasses more than just an absence of conflict; rather, it conveys wholeness,…
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Rebecca Ang• Timely Word •
12 December 2015

A Reflection on Suffering

Believers and non-believers suffer because all of us live in a world marred by sin. Death, toil, pain and suffering are consequences of sin (Gen 3; Rom 6:23). Suffering is…
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Rebecca Ang• Timely Word •
7 June 2014

Lessons on Forgiveness

Forgiveness is not easy. Our basic instinct is typically to retreat, harbour resentment, anger and bitterness, or to take things into our own hands and to fight back. Yet, Jesus…
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Rebecca Ang• Timely Word •
8 June 2013

Cultivating a Life of Progressive Holiness

On the theme of personal holiness and sanctification, there are three aspects to consider. First, upon salvation, we are once-for-all separated eternally unto Christ (Heb 10:10; Rom 6:17-18) – we…
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