‘Do you know the Resurrected Savior?’ by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani (Resurrection Sunday, Odia), 12-04-2020

On the Resurrection Sunday afternoon Odia Online Worship Service, we have Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani sharing God’s Word from Luke 24:1-12. The theme of his message was ‘Do you truly know the Resurrected Christ?’ We need to understand what the Resurrection truly means to us today? Resurrection proves: 1) Jesus is the Son of God (John 10:17-18) 2) It verifies the Truth of the Scripture 3) It assures us of our own future Resurrection 4) About the future judgement 5) The basis of Christ’s Heavenly Priesthood 6) Gives believers the power to lead the Christian life 7) A victorious hope …

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‘Remember the Risen Savior’ by Rev. Songram Keshari Singh (Resurrection Sunday, English), 12-04-2020

On this Resurrection Sunday (English Worship), we had Rev. Songram Keshari Singh sharing God’s Word from 2 Timothy 2:7-10, though the focus was solely on verse 8. The theme of the message was ‘Remember the Risen Savior’. Let us dwell on the fact about the Resurrection of Jesus Christ: 1) The Resurrection of our Lord was a tangible proof that there is another life. 2) His Resurrection is a pledge that the body will surely live again, and rise to a superior condition. 3) The Resurrection of the Lord, according to the Scripture, was acceptance of His sacrifice. 4) His …

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‘Reaction at Jesus’ burial’ by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani (Holy Saturday Service), 11-04-2020

On this Holy Saturday (Special Worship Service), we had Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani sharing a powerful Word on the burial of Christ. The Scripture portion was taken from Matthew 27:57-66 and the theme of his message was ‘Reactions at Jesus’ burial’. There are 3 reactions from 3 people at the burial of JESUS. 1) Reaction of Joseph of Arimathea: He did not fear the anger of the religious community on that day. He was a secret disciple of the Lord. Now, he comes out in the open and expresses his love, loyalty for Jesus Christ. He is standing with the …

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‘Why have you Forsaken Me?’ by Rev. Songram Keshari Singh (Good Friday, Odia), 10-04-2020

Due to COVID – 19, we are locked down in our homes. But, Praise God that we can worship HIM online in our homes. The Good Friday Odia Service was presided by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani and we had our Pastor Rev. Songram Keshari Singh sharing God’s Word. The Scripture portion was taken from Matthew 27:45-49 and the theme was ‘Why have you Forsaken Me?’. When Jesus took all our sins on His behalf, he was all alone. He is crying out to God, Why have you forsaken me Lord? 1) There was darkness around the Cross: There was a …

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‘Significance of Christ’s Death’ by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani (Good Friday, English), 10-04-2020

Due to COVID – 19, we are lock down in our homes. But, Praise God that we can worship online in our homes. The Good Friday English Service was presided by Rev. Songram Keshari Singh and we had our Pastor Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani sharing God’s Word. The Scripture portion is taken from Romans 3:23-26 and the theme is ‘Significance of the Death of Christ’. Please let us remember that His death was pre-determined in eternity. There are 3 things we see in the Death of Christ on the Cross: 1) To turn away God’s wrath. 2) To demonstrate God’s …

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‘JESUS came to Serve’ by Rev. Songram Keshari Singh Passion Week (Maundy Thursday Worship), 09-04-2020

Today is Maundy Thursday. Let us continue on Jesus’ journey to the Cross. Rev. Songram Keshari Singh is sharing God’s Word tonight from John 13:1-11. The theme is ‘JESUS came to Serve’. There are 3 things we see in the life of Jesus before going to the Cross. Preparation of the Lord’s Table at the upper room; Prayer at Garden of Gethsemane and then his arrest. Only John’s Gospel tells us about Jesus washing the feet of His disciples. Here we see the great love, compassion of Jesus to His people; moreover we see the truth that Jesus came to …

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‘Have you surrendered all to HIM?’ by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani (Passion Wednesday), 08-04-2020

Today is Passion Wednesday. Let us continue on Jesus’ journey to the Cross. Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani is sharing God’s Word tonight from Mark 14:3-9. The theme is ‘She gave what she could!’ In this passage we see the great love and passion of this woman towards the Lord. There are three areas that the Lord expects from us as believers: 1) Area of Sacrifice 2) Area of Service 3) Area of Surrender. Let us listen to God’s Word and be blessed.

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‘The Fruitless Life’ by Rev. Songram K. Singh (Passion Tuesday), 07-04-2020

Today is Passion Tuesday. Let us continue on Jesus’ journey to the Cross. Rev. Songram Keshari is sharing from God’s Word tonight from Matthew 21:18-22. The theme is ‘The Fruitless Life’. In this passage we see the cursing of the fig tree by the Lord Jesus. This is a miracle of a parable. It is an Acted Parable. Here we will see… 1) There are cases of forward but fruitless life in the world. 2) These people will be inspected by the Lord Jesus Christ. 3) The result of the inspection of such fruitless life will be very terrible. Let …

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Palm Sunday (Odia Worship Service) by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani (5th April, 2020)

Let’s Watch the Palm Sunday Odia Worship Service @ 4 pm. Rev. Songram Keshari Singh conducted the Service, while Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani preached from God’s Word. The theme of his message was ‘Worship the King’ from John 12:12-19. As we celebrate Palm Sunday this year amidst lock down, we need to welcome the King truly in our heart. Are we sharing about Christ to others? Are you sharing the Light of the Gospel to others? It is time to set right our relationship with Him.

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Palm Sunday (English Worship Service) by Rev. Songram Keshari Singh (5th April, 2020)

Let’s Watch the Palm Sunday English Worship Service @ 10 am. Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani conducted the Service, while Rev. Songram Keshari Singh preached from God’s Word. The theme of his message was ‘The King enters into His city’ from Matthew 21:1-11. As we celebrate Palm Sunday this year amidst lock down, let us rejoice in the fact that Jesus is alive and well. Are we sharing about Christ to others? Do we truly acknowledge Him as our Savior? Are you sharing the Light of the Gospel to others? Time to retrospect.

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‘The Power of Resurrection’ by Rev. Susanta Patra, Resurrection Sunday – Odia, 21st April, 2019

Rev. Susanta Patra preached on the theme ‘The Power of Resurrection’ from 1 Corinthians 15. On this special day, we are not remembering a Death God; but we are remembering a Living and a Risen Savior. How is that power relevant in our lives today? Let us see briefly 4 important teachings from the Resurrection of christ: a) The Ressurection of Jesus Christ has crushed death. The power of death could not hold Him. There was no death for mankind before Adam and Eve; it started after man sinned. There are 3 things about death we should know: Physical death …

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‘Experiencing the Resurrection’ by Rev. Susanta Patra, Resurrection Sunday – English, 21st April, 2019

Rev. Susanta Patra preached on the theme ‘Experiencing Resurrection’ from John 11:17-27. The Bible says He is not here; He is Risen. 3 thoughts can be drawn from Matthew 28 and John’s Gospel. 1) By confronting death: a) Certainty of death as given in John 11:17,21,23; Romans 5:12-14 and Hebrews 9:27. b) Cause of death is given in John 11:1,4; Romans 3:23 and 6:23. c) Anguish of Death as recorded in John 11:31-35. 2) By Believing what He said: What? Why? How did He say what He said? Jesus said in John 11:25 ‘I am the Resurrection and the Life.’ …

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‘Experiencing Forgiveness’, by Rev. Susanta Patra, Special Worship – Saturday, 20th April, 2019

Rev. Susanta Patra preached on the theme ‘Experiencing the Power of Forgiveness’ taken from Colossians 2:9-15. Why are you hiding yourself? We all come to a situation in life, where we try to hide from God. The Bible says; Come, receive your forgiveness. (Psalm 139:7-12). Bible also says, your sin shall find you out given in Numbers 32:32. Sin is not just a mistake, not maya (illusion); it is actually in the attitude. Sin is an act. It is in the nature/attitude. The Bible says, one who sins is a slave to sin. It is committed physically, but it is …

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‘Experiencing life’ by Rev. Susanta Patra, Special Women’s Meeting, Passion Week, 20th April, 2019

Rev. Susanta Patra preached on the theme ‘Experiencing Life’ taken from various portions from the book of Philippians. The core text was from Philippians 1:21 where Paul is saying ‘For me to live is Christ, to die is gain.’ The ladies are an integral part of any church because of their dedicated prayer life. They are the ones who hold things together. Christ has asked us to live in abundance and to live to the fullest. The role of mothers and sisters in the body of Christ can never be ignored. They are regarded very highly by the Lord. Ladies …

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‘The Blood of Jesus’ by Rev. Susanta Patra, (Good Friday, Odia Service), 19th April, 2019

Rev. Susanta Patra preached on the theme ‘The Blood of Jesus Christ’ from Ephesians 1:7-10. Let us remember one thing on this very day; when God sees us today; when He answers our prayers; when He blesses us, When He gives peace in our life, He sees us through His Blood. When we talk about Blood; we need to understand these 3 things about the Blood: 1) The Identity of the Blood; 2) The Reaction of the Blood; 3) The Talent of the Blood. 1) Identity of the Blood: When we talk on this; we need to consider 3 things: …

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‘The Beauty of the Cross’ by Rev. Susanta Patra, (Good Friday, English Service), 19-04-19

Rev. Susanta Patra preached on the theme ‘Beauty of the Cross’ from Galatians 6:12-16. Paul is saying clearly here that I will boast only in the Cross of Jesus Christ. The Cross reveals to us: the character of God. His love for lost sinners; reveals to us the purpose of God. His salvation for lost sinners; reveals to us the Sacrifice of God; His payment for lost sinners; reveals to us the Glory of God. His majesty for lost sinners. Cross has a message too: It is…Forgiveness (Lk 23:34); Assurance (Luke 23:43); Relationship (John 19:26-27). In God of the Cross, …

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‘The feeling of Gethsemane’ by Rev. Susanta Patra, (Maundy Thursday), 18th April, 2019

Rev. Susanta Patra preached on the theme ‘The feeling of Gethsemane’ from Matthew 26:36-46 on Maundy Thursday Special Worship. Gethsemane is derived from 2 Hebrew words, gat means a place for pressing oil, shamanim means oils. 4 experiences Jesus went through in the garden: a. Struggles of Jesus: The 1st picture we see here: From His own to loneliness; Captured/tested by the enemy; b. Surrendering of Jesus: Kiss of deception; In the hand of the sinners; Why he surrendered? He was the Sacrificed Lamb of God; He was denied & rejected by the people. c. Strengthening of Jesus: Lk 22:43; …

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‘Christ, not Tradition matters’ by Mr. Paresh Das, Special Worship (Wednesday), 17th April, 2019

Mr. Paresh Kumar Das preached on the theme ‘Christ, not Tradition is important’ taken from 1 Peter 1:18-19. Many today cling on to tradition; but they have no change of heart. What matters most to God is a changed heart, a repentant heart. We can celebrate Passion Week year after year, but if there is no change in us spiritually, we are dead on the inside. Let us remember, we are protected by Jesus Christ. We are redeemed by His precious blood shed on the cross more than 2000 years for your sins and mine. What the Lord wants to …

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‘Are we bearing fruit?’ by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani, Special Service (Tuesday), 16th April, 2019

Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani preached on the them ‘Fruitless life/Are we bearing fruits?’ taken from Mark’s Gospel 11:20-26. While this text speaks primarily to Israel, there is also a word of warning here for all people. The Lord Jesus wants us all to know that He is examining our lives. He wants us to know that He is looking for genuine spiritual fruit in our lives. When He finds that fruit, we are blessed. When He does not find it, there is a high price to pay. Let us see the 3 things from this passage and see what it …

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