• Psalm 100:1-5 – Time to Shout for Joy to the Lord!

    On November 11, NYC Immanuel Community Church held a graceful Sunday service, delivered by  Dr. DeVries. Being a Month of the thanksgiving, his sermon highlighted 4 attitudes of believers; to shout, to serve, to seek and to celebrate in thanksgiving toward God through Psalm 100. Below is the summary of his sermon. “Psalm 100 is…

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  • Dr. De Vries Preached to Embrace the Grace of Living in Christ

    On September 9th, Immanuel Community Church in NYC held a gracious Sunday service with Dr. De Veries preaching the sermon from II Corinthians 5:14-21 with the title of ‘Embracing the Grace of Living in Christ’. He emphasized that God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting people’s sins against them. And he…

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  • Psalm 51:10-15 – King David’s Amazing Personal Renewal and Discipleship

    KEY: Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a determined, prepared spirit within me. = Psalm 51:10 King David had a “heart according to God’s own heart” (Acts 13:22; I Samuel 13:13-14), a quality that endeared him to God – and now still endears David to all of us, too! David’s Godliness…

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  • Acts 2:22-41 = Peter’s Pointed, Passionate Message Pays Off

    KEY: “Therefore let all Israel be assured of this: God has made this Jesus, whom you crucified, both Lord and Messiah.” = Acts 2:36 In our walk with God by grace on earth, discipleship and renewal are essential themes.        When by grace we faithfully disciple others – discipling one another or new believers – we ourselves are renewed in grace and faith/faithfulness.       Then, being renewed in grace and faith/faithfulness…

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  • What Is Natural Law?

    From a jail in Birmingham, Alabama, Martin Luther King Jr. discussed civil disobedience, noting that “there are two kinds of laws: just and unjust” and that there is a “natural law” to which we are subject. He was right: We shouldn’t say we know right and wrong only because “the Bible says so.” Romans 2:15…

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