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#20. Loving the Lord Jesus, Excerpt #1

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

If we are to love God, we surely must know who He is. The apostle John has three crucial statements that speak of what God is in Himself, telling us that God is Spirit (John 4:24), Light (1 John 1:5), and love (1 John 4:8, 16).

In addition, in this message we also consider briefly the three ministries of Peter, Paul, and John. Peter’s ministry was one of revival and Paul’s ministry stressed the truth, while John’s ministry stressed the reality of Christ; that is, how real is Christ to you?

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#19. Our Divine Commitment According to God’s Eternal Purpose • Message 5

Monday, January 4th, 2016

Paul’s epistles of Galatians and Colossians show us that the Christian life must be a matter of following Christ as our unique Lord. We should only tell others, “Just come to Christ!” If we ever fall into believing that just by doing a certain thing, such keeping days and months and seasons and years, or any such practices (Gal. 4:10), we will be fine, then we are in religion. If we insist of such things, other than Christ, they become an ideology, by which we force others to depart from following after Christ. Again we must say, the local churches are for Christ alone!

In this conference Brother Titus’ burden was to remind us that, as believers in Christ individually and as the churches of Christ corporately, we should only care for and exhibit Christ Himself. How wonderful is this divine commitment!These messages have been edited, primary to remove personal references to the saints attending.

 


#18. Our Divine Commitment According to God’s Eternal Purpose • Message 4

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015

In this message, Brother Titus began by considering the picture of the golden lampstands in Revelation 2-3, with the Lord in their midst. He then went on to consider some of the apostle Paul’s letters to the churches. In all this we see that the local churches must focus on nothing but Christ Himself!

In this conference Brother Titus’ burden was to remind us that, as believers in Christ individually and as the churches of Christ corporately, we should only care for and exhibit Christ Himself. How wonderful is this divine commitment!

These messages have been edited, primary to remove personal references to the saints attending.

 


#17. Our Divine Commitment According to God’s Eternal Purpose • Message 3

Thursday, December 17th, 2015

The book of Revelation shows us how Christ walks in the midst of the golden lampstands, the local churches, burning and purging away anything that is not of Him. This also applies to our personal spiritual experience. Once Christ shines His light on us, we will realize how much that we possess is actually for ourselves, not for Christ. Even our spiritual exercises, such as praying or reading the Bible, can be for our own adornment, rather than for Christ and His church.

In this conference Brother Titus’ burden was to remind us that, as believers in Christ individually and as the churches of Christ corporately, we should only care for and exhibit Christ Himself. How wonderful is this divine commitment!

 


#16. Our Divine Commitment According to God’s Eternal Purpose • Message 2

Monday, December 7th, 2015

God cares only for Christ, and Christ cares only for His Body, the church, which is practically expressed in the local churches. In this message, Brother Titus considers how we can know whether a local church is genuinely standing for the testimony of Christ, or standing instead on some sectarian ground. We should ask, first, is the Spirit the authority of that local church? Second, is the church there inclusive or exclusive? And finally, is Christ the content of that church?

In this conference Brother Titus’ burden was to remind us that, as believers in Christ individually and as the churches of Christ corporately, we should only care for and exhibit Christ Himself. How wonderful is this divine commitment!

 


#15. Our Divine Commitment According to God’s Eternal Purpose • Message 1

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015

There is often pressure on the churches to care for something other than the Lord’s testimony, such as certain practices, and to make those things our center of fellowship.

Therefore, in this conference Brother Titus’ burden was to remind us that, as believers in Christ individually and as the churches of Christ corporately, we should only care for and exhibit Christ Himself. How wonderful is this divine commitment!

In this message, he reviews the history of the church in Jerusalem, which had such a marvelous beginning, but then declined because some brothers focused on keeping the law. He then speaks of 1 John 2, and how the aged Apostle John reminds us that in all things, we must focus on having Christ Himself as our reality; otherwise, everything is vain.

 


#14. Psalm 24 – From the Psalms, Book 1: Message 11

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

This message is from the series, The Psalms, Book 1. The book of Psalms gives us, in figure and in prophecy, many high revelations of Christ. It is also so precious for showing us many examples of how the Old Testament believers sought God, trusted in Him, and cried out to Him in their sufferings. To fully appreciate this book, however, we must also see that it portrays, in the most practical way, the steps by which we may enter into the real experience of Christ. In this series of messages, given in December of 2005, Titus Chu covers the first book of the Psalms from the standpoint of the believer’s growth in Christ.

Note: This message has been edited, primarily to remove personal references.

 


#13. Psalm 23 – From the Psalms, Book 1: Message 10

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

Psalm 23 is one of the most well-know portions in the Bible, but the experience spoken of in this psalm is really only for those who are willing to follow the Lord in the way of the cross.

This message is from the series, The Psalms, Book 1. The book of Psalms gives us, in figure and in prophecy, many high revelations of Christ. It is also so precious for showing us many examples of how the Old Testament believers sought God, trusted in Him, and cried out to Him in their sufferings. To fully appreciate this book, however, we must also see that it portrays, in the most practical way, the steps by which we may enter into the real experience of Christ. In this series of messages, given in December of 2005, Titus Chu covers the first book of the Psalms from the standpoint of the believer’s growth in Christ.

Note: This message has been edited, primarily to remove personal references.

 


#12. Psalm 22 – From the Psalms, Book 1: Message 9

Tuesday, November 10th, 2015

Psalm 22 is the most graphic depiction in the Bible of the sufferings of Christ on our behalf. And while the redemption work of Christ belongs to Him alone, this psalm also depicts our experience as we follow Him in the way of the cross.

This message is from the series, The Psalms, Book 1. The book of Psalms gives us, in figure and in prophecy, many high revelations of Christ. It is also so precious for showing us many examples of how the Old Testament believers sought God, trusted in Him, and cried out to Him in their sufferings. To fully appreciate this book, however, we must also see that it portrays, in the most practical way, the steps by which we may enter into the real experience of Christ. In this series of messages, given in December of 2005, Titus Chu covers the first book of the Psalms from the standpoint of the believer’s growth in Christ.

Note: This message has been edited, primarily to remove personal references.

 


#11. The Psalms, Book 1: Message 8

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

The book of Psalms gives us, in figure and in prophecy, many high revelations of Christ. It is also so precious for showing us many examples of how the Old Testament believers sought God, trusted in Him, and cried out to Him in their sufferings. To fully appreciate this book, however, we must also see that it portrays, in the most practical way, the steps by which we may enter into the real experience of Christ. In this series of messages, given in December of 2005, Titus Chu covers the first book of the Psalms from the standpoint of the believer’s growth in Christ.

Note: This message has been edited, primarily to remove personal references.

 


#10. The Psalms, Book 1: Message 7

Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

The book of Psalms gives us, in figure and in prophecy, many high revelations of Christ. It is also so precious for showing us many examples of how the Old Testament believers sought God, trusted in Him, and cried out to Him in their sufferings. To fully appreciate this book, however, we must also see that it portrays, in the most practical way, the steps by which we may enter into the real experience of Christ. In this series of messages, given in December of 2005, Titus Chu covers the first book of the Psalms from the standpoint of the believer’s growth in Christ.

Note: This message has been edited, primarily to remove personal references.

 


#9. The Psalms, Book 1: Message 6

Tuesday, October 20th, 2015

The book of Psalms gives us, in figure and in prophecy, many high revelations of Christ. It is also so precious for showing us many examples of how the Old Testament believers sought God, trusted in Him, and cried out to Him in their sufferings. To fully appreciate this book, however, we must also see that it portrays, in the most practical way, the steps by which we may enter into the real experience of Christ. In this series of messages, given in December of 2005, Titus Chu covers the first book of the Psalms from the standpoint of the believer’s growth in Christ.

Note: This message has been edited, primarily to remove personal references.

 


#8. The Psalms, Book 1: Message 5

Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

The book of Psalms gives us, in figure and in prophecy, many high revelations of Christ. It is also so precious for showing us many examples of how the Old Testament believers sought God, trusted in Him, and cried out to Him in their sufferings. To fully appreciate this book, however, we must also see that it portrays, in the most practical way, the steps by which we may enter into the real experience of Christ. In this series of messages, given in December of 2005, Titus Chu covers the first book of the Psalms from the standpoint of the believer’s growth in Christ.

Note: This message has been edited, primarily to remove personal references.

 


#7. The Psalms, Book 1: Message 4

Monday, October 5th, 2015

The book of Psalms gives us, in figure and in prophecy, many high revelations of Christ. It is also so precious for showing us many examples of how the Old Testament believers sought God, trusted in Him, and cried out to Him in their sufferings. To fully appreciate this book, however, we must also see that it portrays, in the most practical way, the steps by which we may enter into the real experience of Christ. In this series of messages, given in December of 2005, Titus Chu covers the first book of the Psalms from the standpoint of the believer’s growth in Christ.

Note: This message has been edited, primarily to remove personal references.

 


#6. The Psalms, Book 1: Message 3

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

The book of Psalms gives us, in figure and in prophecy, many high revelations of Christ. It is also so precious for showing us many examples of how the Old Testament believers sought God, trusted in Him, and cried out to Him in their sufferings. To fully appreciate this book, however, we must also see that it portrays, in the most practical way, the steps by which we may enter into the real experience of Christ. In this series of messages, given in December of 2005, Titus Chu covers the first book of the Psalms from the standpoint of the believer’s growth in Christ.

Note: This message has been edited, primarily to remove personal references.

 


#5. The Psalms, Book 1: Message 2

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

The book of Psalms gives us, in figure and in prophecy, many high revelations of Christ. It is also so precious for showing us many examples of how the Old Testament believers sought God, trusted in Him, and cried out to Him in their sufferings. To fully appreciate this book, however, we must also see that it portrays, in the most practical way, the steps by which we may enter into the real experience of Christ. In this series of messages, given in December of 2005, Titus Chu covers the first book of the Psalms from the standpoint of the believer’s growth in Christ.

Note: This message has been edited, primarily to remove personal references.

 


#4. The Psalms, Book 1: Message 1

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

The book of Psalms gives us, in figure and in prophecy, many high revelations of Christ. It is also so precious for showing us many examples of how the Old Testament believers sought God, trusted in Him, and cried out to Him in their sufferings. To fully appreciate this book, however, we must also see that it portrays, in the most practical way, the steps by which we may enter into the real experience of Christ. In this series of messages, given in December of 2005, Titus Chu covers the first book of the Psalms from the standpoint of the believer’s growth in Christ.

 


#3. The Body of Christ, Message 3: The Practicality of the Body of Christ in the Local Churches

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

We may know the term “the Body of Christ,” and even have the proper teaching concerning the Body, and yet be without the reality of the Body of Christ in our experience.

Therefore, in these messages brother Titus is burdened to point us to the reality, the expression, and the practicality of the Body of Christ in our church life.

Note: This message has been edited, mainly to remove personal references.

 


#2. The Body of Christ, Message 2: The Expression of the Body of Christ

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

We may know the term “the Body of Christ,” and even have the proper teaching concerning the Body, and yet be without the reality of the Body of Christ in our experience.

Therefore, in these messages brother Titus is burdened to point us to the reality, the expression, and the practicality of the Body of Christ in our church life.

Note: This message has been edited, mainly to remove some personal references.

 


#1. The Body of Christ, Message 1: The Reality of the Body of Christ

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

We may know the term “the Body of Christ,” and even have the proper teaching concerning the Body, and yet be without the reality of the Body of Christ in our experience.

Therefore, in these messages brother Titus is burdened to point us to the reality, the expression, and the practicality of the Body of Christ in our church life.

Note: This message has been edited, mainly to remove personal references.

 


 

 

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