Monthly Archives: May 2024

Title Podcast#533: Journey Of Faith | 18/05/24

Faith can be built upon many things, but true faith is built upon love. Love for others and love for God. There are many that consolidate their faith based on miracles, and their own experiences, or scientific facts. This is not a solid foundation for faith, because, what happens when these miracles cease? What happens when these experiences go away? What happens when these scientific facts are disproved by someone? There is no faith afterwards. But a faith built solely on love for God is one that is unshakeable. There is nothing that can take this faith away because it has a deep connection, not just a surface level one. We will delve further into how to develop a good foundation for your faith in this week’s program, the journey of faith.

Title Podcast#532: Thomas Sunday & Mother’s Day | 11/05/24

Thomas Sunday, in all traditions of Christianity, is celebrated the Sunday after Resurrection Sunday. All the disciples had witnessed and seen the resurrected Lord, except for the disciple Thomas, saying, “I will not believe unless I see Him, and touch His wounds.” Thus, when Christ visited the disciples again, Thomas came up to Him and believed after seeing. Accordingly, Christ says, “Blessed are those who believe without seeing.” So, in a way, Thomas allowed us to all receive a blessing.

Fortunately, Mother’s Day also falls on this Sunday! We celebrate and are grateful for all the many things that our mothers do for us, as well as what they have done for us. Today is a day where we mark the importance of realising all the amazing things that our mothers do, and even just a thank you can brighten her day a little. Happy Mothers’ Day to all mothers, and to the mothers that listen to our program. May the Lord bless you all abundantly.

Title Podcast#531: Resurrection Special 2024 | 04/05/24

The Resurrection of Our Lord from the Tomb is a feast that holds profound meaning to all who celebrate it. This joyful season continues for the next 50 days; we do not fast on Wednesdays and Fridays, the Church’s curtains are changed to white, and all the hymns are changed to their joyful tunes instead of the mournful tunes we are used to during Lent. A hymn commonly chanted in the church; “Christ is risen from the dead, trampling down death by death, and upon those in the tombs bestowing life.” Let us all rise with Christ, in celebrating His resurrection and enjoy this period of joy in the Church.