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Nothing you do,

can stop God from loving you.

Stop looking for pseudo love

in all the wrong places.

Do you know why God will

freely and abundantly forgive?

It’s all paid for!

The cross answers it all!

You see, our thoughts

are not like His thoughts.

“The way you think of Me,”

“the way you think of My”

“forgiveness is not like”

“the way I think.”

We think God tore the veil

for man to come in.

God tore the veil to step out!

The same blood that tore the veil,

removed your sins perfectly!

There’s nothing for us to do

but to believe.

God’s not mad at you.

Come home!

I’m going to read to you a
testimony, and it’s an amazing

testimony, and I believe the
couple is here. Ariel if you are

here just acknowledge, wave. Oh,
right here under my nose, praise

the Lord. And Kevin, they are
from Taiwan, and Ariel has been

doing translation for me for my
broadcast in China alright. It’s

not her voice, she helps to
translate. And she has been

doing this for nearly five years
now. Anyway, this is her

testimony, it’s so good to have
you both here. Still looking

good. “My family and I had
always wanted another child. But

as the time went by, I gave up
because I was already past

forty, and it is not easy for
women my age to conceive in the

natural. One day my younger
daughter asked me when I would

have another child. So, I told
her to pray and that God would

give us one. That night I
couldn’t sleep. I did a

pregnancy test and realized that
I was pregnant. However, during

the first check up with the
gynaecologist, we were told that

the fetus had no heart beat and
that it was common for women of

my age to produce eggs that were
not as healthy as younger

mothers. Furthermore, it would
not be my first time losing a

child as I have had two
miscarriages before. We were

told to wait for another week to
see if the fetus had any

heartbeat. If not, I should have
a procedure to remove it. By

then I had been listening to and
translating Pastor Prince’s

messages for four and a half
years.” So, I believe she knows

all our Singlish by now.
“Besides being blessed by his

preaching on the grace of God, I
was also deeply impacted by his

teachings on the Holy Communion.
Though I have been a Christian

almost all my life, I had never
known the true meaning of the

Communion until I heard Pastor
Prince’s teachings. During the

following week, we prayed,
partook of the Holy Communion

and believed God for a miracle.
At the next check-up, the fetus

still had no heartbeat, and I
was told to make an appointment

for the procedure. I hesitated
because I had not worked out our

daughter’s childcare
arrangements with my husband.

But the gynaecologist thought it
was because I was too heart

broken and said I could wait for
another week before going on for

the procedure. During this time,
we prayed with the girls and

told them that we would still
get to see the baby in heaven

even if he was not born. I
continued to pray for peace in

my heart and listened to Pastor
Prince’s messages. I went for a

third check-up and this time
there was a heartbeat. Praise

the Lord! Even the doctor was
surprised. By that time,” I love

it when doctors are surprised
amen? “By that time, I should

have been eight weeks pregnant
but the doctor said that my baby

was the size of a six- week old
fetus. I believed it was because

the baby was revived and started
to grow again when we started to

partake of the Communion. Our
miracle baby boy was born

healthy and happy.” Amen? In the
year of the latter rain, this is

going to happen you. You’re
going to partake the same way,

amen don’t give up. They could
have given up amen? Now I lost a

baby like this in the sense that
no heartbeat okay. She’s now in

heaven, and I think it’s a she.
She’s now in heaven. She’s

growing up there and like David,
I say she can’t come to me, but

one day I’ll go to her. Amen, in
the rapture I’ll go to her

right? So, we have had losses,
but the losses should not cause

us not to believe the best that
God has for us. You know for the

Christian, even when you lose,
you win. If somebody doesn’t get

their manifestation and they
pass on to be with Jesus, they

are in a better place than we
are! We have grown accustomed to

this encumbrance of this body.
We have grown accustomed to the

limitations in this world that
we, we learn to be at home in

this world but we do not know
what it’s like there. Amen? And

best of all, Jesus is there.
Amen. So, and one day we will

all be there. Praise the Lord.
So, it’s the year where there’s

gonna be abundance of
revelation. The Bible says when

the rain comes, the threshing
floor should be full of wheat,

and the vats shall overflow with
new wine and oil. Bread, wine

and oil. The revelation of the
Communion and the anointing of

the Holy Spirit leading you and
guiding you in the affairs of

life. Amen. All the people said,
amen. Now how does the thoughts,

you know people say, “Pastor
Prince, you need to teach more

on repentance.” What is
repentance? In the Hebrew in the

Old Testament, it’s the word
‘teshuva’, right? In the Greek,

repentance is the word
‘metanoia’. Now ‘meta’ is

‘behind’ or ‘to change’. ‘Noi’
is your mind, ‘naus’, ‘noi’.

‘Metanoia’ means ‘change your
mind’, it’s that. But of course,

like many other definitions down
through the years some people

say I think I wanna add this to
it so people will not take

advantage of this simple
statement. Or I’ll try to… So,

it becomes so confounded that
the whole thing is just simply

changing your mind. Amen. Just
like grace right now people are

trying to redefine grace, they
say that grace is not just

unmerited favour. It is! The
Bible defines it, if it is by

grace it is no more of works,
otherwise grace is no more

grace. If it is of works it is
no more grace, otherwise works

is no more works. Unmerited
favour, amen! Unmerited favour

will empower you, but it’s
unmerited favour. You cannot

define it as enablement or
whatever, amen it is not. It is

actually unmerited favour. So,
people like to add to it and add

to it and add to it until it is
beyond recognition. Same thing

here, what is repentance? Look
at this, Isaiah 55, it says,

“Let the wicked forsake his way,
and the unrighteous man his

thoughts.” So, ways and
thoughts, how do I forsake my

way and how do I forsake my
thoughts? “Let him return to the

Lord, and He will have mercy on
him; and to our God, for He will

abundantly pardon.” Now man’s
ways and man’s thoughts. That’s

where he needs to turn away
from, man’s ways and man’s

thoughts. “But Pastor Prince, I
do not know what kinds of

thoughts God wants me to turn
from. And what are my ways

that’s wrong or in error that I
have to turn away from? So, what

is it?” It is all in the
context. If we read the Bible,

the Bible always explains
itself. Here it says, “Return to

the Lord, and He will have mercy
on him; and to our God, for He

will abundantly pardon. For My
thoughts,” God says, “’Are not

your thoughts. Nor are your
ways, My ways,’ says the Lord.”

Did you get that? I’ll try it
again. “For He will abundantly

pardon. For My thoughts are not
your thoughts.” Notice, He will

abundantly pardon. In other
words, “My thoughts are not like

your thoughts. You think I will
pardon you grudgingly, but I

will pardon you abundantly.” In
the Hebrew, the word there is

‘freely and abundantly forgive’.
So, God says, “Your thoughts are

not like My thoughts. Your
thoughts are too low. My

thoughts are like the heavens
higher than the earth. So are My

thoughts. You are thinking, I
will forgive you. Some of you

think that yes, I’m a forgiving
God, but I only forgive after

you go through a lot of
spiritual exercises, after you

feel bad enough, after you do
this, after you do that.” “You

don’t think that I forgive
willingly. You don’t think that

I forgive freely. But I’m here
to tell you, God is saying, My

thoughts are far above your
thoughts! I will freely and

abundantly pardon! Because My
thoughts are not your thoughts.”

Do you get it? The ‘for’ there
means ‘because’. It is tied up

to the preceding verse that
says, “He will abundantly

pardon.” Because God says, “I
will freely forgive. I will

abundantly forgive because My
thoughts are not your thoughts.”

Do you know why God will freely
and abundantly forgive? It’s all

paid for. God loved you so much,
God sent His Son to become your

sin substitute on that cross.
And when He was on that cross,

everything that was meant for
you in judgment, terror,

punishment, all fell on Jesus
instead. Now through the blood

of Jesus, God has a righteous
foundation. It was God who

planned this. It was God who
loved His Son so. You will never

know how much God loves you
until you know how much God

loves His Son, because God gave
up His Son for you. The very

same Son that He opened up the
heavens, and I love the way the

Bible says, “He opened the
heavens to him,” at the river of

baptism, the River Jordan. And
Jesus came out of the river, and

the Father says, “You are My
Beloved Son in You I am well

pleased.” I now have a son
Justin, and I have a beautiful

daughter. And I love them both
with a passion. And they are

well pleasing to me. Even now I
can say this from my heart, they

are well pleasing to me. But
imagine God saying to His Son,

“In You I am well pleased.” And
this Son, He sent to die for our

sins. How much God loves you.
You can tell how you are loved

by what you are willing to give
up. And God is willing to give

up Jesus. Not because He didn’t
love Jesus. He loved Jesus with

a passion amen. But He gave Him
up for you. Now do you

understand why God will freely
and abundantly pardon? Many a

times our thoughts don’t come
high enough. You know we will

still, yeah, I believe God
forgives, but you must do this,

you must do that, you must do
that, you must do this. And when

God forgives right, it is just
that He forgives you, and He

says, “You better watch out from
now ah.” It’s not a freely, it’s

not a free forgiveness, it’s not
an abundant forgiveness. Many a

times, the act is spoilt by the
style. Let me explain. Have you

ever got a treat from people?
People give you a treat? But

then they give you – “Ok nah,
you ask me for a treat last time

right? I give you already.” They
bought you a treat. The act is

there, but the style mars the
act. It spoils the act. It is

not just the act, it is the
style. So when God forgives, it

is the style that He forgives;
freely and abundantly. That our

thoughts don’t come high enough
to His thoughts. Remember the

story of a woman, who came to a
pharisee’s house when Jesus was

there dining with the pharisee,
and she wept at Jesus feet and

she wiped His feet with her
hair, and then Jesus perceived

the thoughts of the pharisee
against this woman, and how he

was thinking – “If this is a
holy man, if he is a prophet, he

will know what kind of woman
this is.” Obviously she was a

woman of ill repute. And Jesus
says, “Simon…” the name of the

pharisee. “There was once…”
Let’s follow the story. It says,

“There was a certain creditor
who had two debtors. One owed

five hundred denarii” And that
is about one and half, slightly

more than one and half year’s
wage. “And the other fifty.”

About two months plus wage. “And
when they had nothing with which

to repay, he freely forgave them
both. Tell Me, therefore, which

of them will love him more?” The
one who is forgiven less or the

one that is forgiven more? More
right? The one who is forgiven

more will love Him more. It is
not a trick question people, it

is not a trick question it is a
simple straight forward

question. Alright, so, the
pharisee does not think of

showing Jesus much love, because
he doesn’t think he has much

sin, but actually he did. That
woman knew her sin which were

much, many, were freely
forgiven. But I love the style

of the forgiveness. “When they
had nothing with which to repay,

he freely forgave.” Look at the
style of forgiveness, look at

the way the Lord forgives, look
at the way God forgives us.

Freely forgive. Now it is free
to us, but it cost God His Son,

amen? For us… God cannot just
say boys will be boys, sweep

everything under the carpet, no!
Sin must be punished. We must be

forgiven on a righteous
foundation. God has to forgive

us judiciously. Amen? When He
forgives us it must glorify all

His attributes of holiness and
righteousness as well; all the

claims of divine holiness on our
lives must be fully met – and

Jesus met it all at the cross,
the cross answers it all, amen?

But look at the way God
forgives, freely forgive. In one

of the greatest chapters in the
Bible, I consider it as one of

the greatest chapter, chapter
15. Right after the pharisees

came near to Jesus, the Bible
says the first verse, then drew

near to Jesus the sinners.
Obviously they are the social

outcast, and then Jesus shared
this parable. And in this

parable, three parables in Luke
15, you have the good shepherd

who left the 99 to find the one,
then you have the woman who lost

her coin, out of ten coins, lost
the silver coin, and the third,

you all know the famous story of
the prodigal son and the father.

Do you see the triune God here?
Father? Son, Father and Holy

Spirit. You see Jesus the good
shepherd, the woman who sweep

the house to find the lost coin,
all over the Earth, the Spirit

is moving, He is sweeping, amen?
Looking for you. And the Father.

So you have the Father, you have
the Son, you have the Holy

Spirit, the triune God in one
chapter, and what a lovely

chapter, it wins the heart. It
starts off with a shepherd, and

don’t forget, Jesus Himself is
sharing these parables to

illustrate His love and the
Father’s love. He says that a

shepherd, if he lost one sheep
and he has a hundred sheep, will

he not leave the 99? And find
the one? Answer is no. No

shepherd will do that, except
one – the good Shepherd. Most

shepherd will not risk losing
another one, they will factor in

their cost and say ok, one lost
today. Ok, but they will not

leave the 99, but Jesus will
look out for you, even if you

are one. Amen. He will leave the
99 and He will look for the one.

And I love the way the Bible
says, he will look until he

finds it. Friend! He will find
you! Amen! You say, “You know

what, I found the Lord last
night at this meeting.” No He is

not lost, actually He found you.
Amen. The Lord arrange such a

way that you will be found. And
He will seek you until He finds

it. But notice, after he finds
it, there is a lot of ways to

deal with a sheep right or not?
You can actually scold the

sheep, amen? And do a
Singaporean style of scolding

right? “Learn your lesson or
not? Huh! See what happen? Now

you smell right, smelly right?
Cold right? Hungry right?” You

see, you forgive because you
went to look for him what, so

obviously you still love him,
the sheep knows you love him,

but the style is spoiled, and
you carry him. Now is the sheep

safe now? Yes! Does it matter
how you put the sheep on your

shoulder? Whether you do it
happily or grudgingly or

angrily? Let me tell you this,
no matter how you put the sheep,

the sheep is safe. The sheep is
still safe, regardless of how

you put it, but who dare, who
can part with that one beautiful

word – he lays it on his
shoulders ‘rejoicing’. Who will

part with this word ‘rejoicing’?
The style of the forgiveness, it

is like – I found you! I found
you! Baaaaaaaaaa. I found you!

Hey hey! I found you! I am so
sorry! I am so bad. I found you!

You are found! I am so happy!
The style of it. You see whether

he rejoice, or he is grumpy, the
sheep is still safe on his

shoulders, but no one will dare
want to part with that beautiful

word, ‘rejoicing’. Our thoughts
of his forgiveness, even though

we are Christians; we say that
we understand his forgiveness –

it is still very low. We think
that, you know, “Ya He forgive,

finally He will forgive I know”.
You see our thoughts are not

like His thoughts. His thoughts
like… The heavens are higher

than the earth. Amen. Not just
freely forgive, but forgive

rejoicing. He finds you, He
rejoices. Not one word about,

“Huh”. Then the next one is the
woman who lost one out of ten

coins, silver coins, and a coin
is distinctive by its image,

amen. Man was created in the
image of God, that image has

been marred and that coin is
lost, but the Bible says this

woman, “What woman, having ten
silver coins, if she loses one

coin, does not light a lamp,
sweep the house, and search

‘carefully’ until she finds it?”
Does she seek it diligently or

carelessly? By the way the Old
King James, I should have stuck

to the Old King James, which I
study a lot, it says, “She seeks

it ‘diligently’” Here it says
‘search carefully’, she ‘search

carefully’, does she look for it
carelessly? With indifference?

With a slipshod attitude? No.
She search carefully. Old King

James, seek diligently. Or else
we will never be found, God put

His heart and soul to it. And
then we have the father. You all

know the story of the prodigal
son, he left home, in essence he

is telling his father, give me
my inheritance, in other words,

you are too strong, you are too
healthy, I can’t wait for you to

die. And then the father gave
him his inheritance, you all

know the story, he went into
riotous living with harlots and

careless lifestyle, and when his
money ran out – his friends ran

out, you all know the story, and
he found himself in the pig pen.

Finally he says you know, “I
will rise and go to my father,

in my father’s house there is
bread enough and to spare.” And

the Bible says this, when the
Father saw him… “He arose and

came to his father. But when he
was still a great way off,” This

is not just a way off, it is a
great way off, “His father saw

him.” That tells us that the
father was always and every day

scanning the horizon. Do you see
a God that is always waiting?

Even though your life has been
messed up, you purposely turned

your back against him, in
essence you say I don’t want

anything to do with you, and He
is still scanning the horizon

for you. And he saw him, “A
great way off, his father saw

him and had compassion, and
ran.” Not stop here. Run. That

means the father, they are
usually quite elderly, he has to

lift up his robe right? So in
other words, he will lay aside

his parental dignity to give way
to his parental love and

affections. That was what God
did for us, He laid aside His

glory and came down to save us.
Amen? So the father ran! Look at

the style. I mean forgiveness
enough, “Wait wait for him to

come, wait, ahhh, now walk slow…
Can’t even walk straight. Serve

him right, ok finally come
close. Huh.” And we Singaporeans

are famous for our monosyllable,
with one word huh? ‘How’? Then

look at the son, the son is all
smelly and dirty and holes

everywhere. ‘Ok?’, ‘Ok.’, ‘Ok
go.’, then the son stop half

way, ‘Can?’, ‘Go.’, hey! It is
still good enough isn’t it? That

means the father did not say,
you know I’m sorry, forget it,

you know, you can’t come back, I
mean it is still forgiveness,

right? But the style of it, it
is cold. This not, this doesn’t

satisfy God’s heart, this does
not satisfy the God of the

universe, the God who loves us
so, who sent His Son die for us,

the one who says, “My thoughts
are not like your thoughts. The

way you think of Me? The way you
think of my forgiveness, it is

not like the way I think.” Amen?
Oh for words to express God’s

thoughts. How can just mere men
express His thoughts and His

ways. God give me the words in
Jesus’ name. How is it so that a

God who has myriad of angels
care so much for the one that is

lost, and will search for that
one diligently, and don’t even

wait for the one to walk towards
Him, but He will run to the

person, alright, now, the Bible
says he ran, but you see, let’s

say your son coming back right,
you see the father running

right, “Oh he is running to
whack me up.” Right? It can be

like that isn’t it? Am I right?
Come on, “Oh he can’t wait to

beat me up. Oh my goodness, see
the way he run, he is going to

beat me up!” Right? Right?

Father is running, father is

running running, and then the
Bible says he fell on his neck,

in the Greek, it is one word,
‘embrace’ him. It is the same

word used when Peter preached in
Cornelius’ house in Caesarea,

and the Bible says when Peter
said these parts, these words,

“Through Jesus you receive the
forgiveness of sins.” The Bible

said when they heard these
words, the Holy Spirit ‘fell’.

Same word used in the Greek, it
is the word: The Holy Spirit

‘embraced’. That’s why when you
preach on the word of grace, the

Holy Spirit loves it, He comes
and embrace the people into

wholeness, and they started
speaking in tongues in

Cornelius’ house. Does that
satisfy God? No. He need to show

the son the kind of forgiveness
he has, and the Bible says, he

“kissed him.” In the Amplified
Bible, A.T. Robertson comments,

and all the rest in the Greek,
it is not just to kiss him, but

to kiss him again and again, and
not only that! Kiss him

passionately, kiss him
fervently, kiss him, kiss him,

kiss him again and again and
again, do you see the heart of

God! But he use your money
father? Father, he said in

essence drop dead. Father he
doesn’t care about you. We can

say a lot of things, but our
thoughts are not like His

thoughts. We demand justice!
Unless it is us la. We demand

justice for other people – we
judge others by their actions,

we judge ourselves by our
intention. My intention – I

didn’t mean it that way, but we
judge others by their… So our

thoughts are so lowly, we don’t
come high enough to His

thoughts. How does God forgive?
He kisses you repeatedly. The

son doesn’t have to say
anything, from then on actually,

there was not one word recorded
of the son anymore. After he

said make me one of your hired
servants, the father ignored

those words, from then on, there
was not one word from him.

“Bring forth the best robe, put
the ring on his finger.” Not,

“If you qualify, you will be on
probation for one month, or

three months, or six months.”
Still got time right? I mean

still forgiveness right? But
those thoughts are not His

thoughts. There once stood a
wall, deep and wide,

tall and

strong, there it stood, built of
all our uncleanness. But this

Man, by His blood, broke the
wall, loosed the flood of the

mercies of God for all mankind.
And it has been loosed ever

since, hallelujah, and the heart
of God flows like a torrential

flood, unabated, unheld, we
think God tore the veil for men

to come in, God tore the veil to
step out! The very thing He

cannot step out but to kill men,
because when He steps out in His

holiness, men will die! He
cannot step out because of mercy

to man, because man cannot come
up to His standard, so He kept

Himself in the holy of holies,
but when Jesus died, the veil

was torn by an unseen hand from
top to bottom, to signify that

man didn’t tear it, God tore it,
and God stepped out and God

says, welcome home! The same
blood that tore the veil,

removed your sins perfectly,
whiter than snow. Snow can blind

you already; whiter than snow.

What a great God. “Well Pastor

Prince, if you keep on preaching
like this, people will say, ‘Wah

if God freely forgives, I can do
whatever I want!’”, again, your

thoughts are not like His
thoughts, His thoughts is like:

Preach the truth! And people
will live the truth. When people

believe right, they will live
right. It is because they don’t

understand the forgiveness of
God, they have a low concept of

the forgiveness of God, and
that’s why they are still going

on in sin! But Jesus Himself
said, those who know that they

are forgiven much, will love Him
much, isn’t that the fulfilment

of the very first commandment?
“You shall love God with all

your heart, all your soul, all
your mind, all your strength.” A

few days ago, I was at, this
time, Indian restaurant, in

little India, I love to eat
there, and I am a very simple

guy. You go to a hawker centre,
most likely you will meet me,

ok. I was there, and a lady step
in, beautiful lady, she was a

mother and all, and she had a
baby in her arms, so we started

talking and fellowshipping, she
was from our church and all

that. And she asked me a
question about how we don’t

teach like too much on
lifestyle; for example taming

the tongue, about taming the
tongue, and did you know it is

amazing that she just came not
too long ago, it is not like she

has been here for ten years, so
I had to explain to her, and she

was a beautiful lady, she
understood clearly, and I told

her that how the tongue, for
example, the tongue, have you

tried that, have you tried
taming your tongue? In fact the

Bible says, the passage about
taming the tongue, the passage

says, “The tongue can no man
tame.” The more you try to tame

your tongue, the more you see
yourself speaking caustically,

bitingly or sarcasm comes out,
to your love ones even, to your

family members. The more you try
to tame, the worst it is. The

trying is putting yourself under
the law. “So does that mean that

I let go and let nothing
happen?” No the thing is this,

if you know the new covenant is
that He will do the willingness

and the performance of it. You
rest in Him. You say, “Lord I

got a tongue problem, but I am
not going to focus on it, I am

going to trust You to tame it. I
am going to trust You to put the

words in my mouth.” Amen. You
got a colleague you don’t like –

and every time the colleague say
something and you burst? Before

you go, say, “Lord, You love the
colleague through me. I rest in

You.” When you rest, He works.
When you work, He rest. Remember

that principle. Amen? And she
brought up also like for

example, “Put to death the deeds
of the body.” I said that it

does not say that actually. It
says, “If you therefore mortify

the deeds.” The ‘therefore’ is
always the first few chapters;

you must know who you are in
Christ, you must know how

forgiven you are, you must know
your place – seated in Christ,

then comes the walk. If the seat
is faulty, the walk is faulty.

If the seat is good, the walk is
good. But the walk never comes

before the seat, and that’s why
in this pulpit we emphasis a lot

on the seat – because if the
seat is right, the walk will be

right. Do we understand this
phrase for example, “If you

through the Spirit, mortify the
deeds of the body, you shall

live.” Romans 8. Do we
understand that? We say, “Ya ya,

Pastor Prince, we must mortify
the deeds.” No it does not say

we mortify the deeds. Read
carefully. “If you through the

Spirit, mortify the deeds of the
body.” What does that mean?

Follow the promptings of the
Spirit; the oil – the grain the

wine and then the oil, which I
will be doing in my future

teachings. When you learn to
follow the Spirit, the deeds of

the body will be mortified.
Amen. Amen. Are you learning

people? So we go back to Isaiah
55. So how many love the Lord?

Why do you love the Lord?
Imagine me telling Justin,

“Justin – if you don’t love me,
I will beat you up.” Now does

that inspire love in him? Of
course not. You know people have

this idea that you know, you can
threaten people into love. You

cannot! But you know what I can
do? “Justin I love you, even you

have done wrong, I will always
love you. Remember Justin… Look

here look here Justin, look
here, daddy loves you, always

remember, daddy loves you. Even
when you do wrong, daddy loves

you. I don’t want you to do
wrong because I love you, but

even if you do wrong, I still
love you.” There will be some

tears in his eyes sometimes.
Amen? Now we love because He

first loved us. So it is easy to
preach – “Don’t do this, don’t

do that, do this, do that.” Very
easy, don’t need the Holy

Spirit. But to talk about the
beauty of Jesus and to elucidate

on His finish work, that takes
the Holy Spirit. Ok? Thank God

you are in a good church. So
let’s go on. “For My thoughts

are not your thoughts, nor are
your ways…” Don’t forget, this

is connected with abundantly
pardon. Drop down, verse nine,

“For as the heavens are higher
than the earth, so are My ways

higher than your ways, and My
thoughts than your thoughts.” So

we like to use this verse out of
context, you know, as the

heavens are higher than the
earth, so are God’s ways and

God’s thoughts than our ways and
thoughts. Right? You hear this

sometimes? As if no one can
understand. No, it tells us the

thoughts of God is always about
forgiveness, our thoughts are

about justice, judgement,
fairness, until we are in the

picture. We cannot believe that
God will forgive freely. He will

kiss us repeatedly. “For as the
rain comes down, and the snow

from heaven,” Good thing that
God didn’t drop all His

concentrated wisdom, condensed
wisdom on all of us, we can’t

take it, our minds are too
finite, but He let it drop, a

drop at a time like rain and
snow from heaven. “And does not

return there…” “As the rain
comes down, and the snow from

heaven and does not return
there, but water the earth, and

make it bring forth and bud,
that it may give seed to the

sower and bread to the eater.” I
love this. Always remember, you

know why you have bread? There
has been some sowing. It is not

just seed to the one who sowed,
past tense, it is seed to the

sower, make your life a life of
sowing. And then you will always

be harvesting. And also, “Bread
to the eater” Oh Singaporeans

fit the category of eaters. They
are good eaters. They freely

eat. They abundantly eat. They
eat repeatedly, imperfect, again

and again. And it “Give seed to
the sower and bread to the

eater, so shall My word be”,
that is how My word is, My word

will go… That’s how My word will
be, “That goes forth from My

mouth; It shall not return to Me
void, but it shall accomplish

what I please, and it shall
prosper in the thing for which I

sent it.” Amen. So God promise
that His word will prosper

wherever it goes. If you receive
God’s word, you will prosper in

your life. Amen. But have you
received God’s word? You see –

you want to be wet, but you are
not under the rain. Let’s say

rain is the showers of blessing,
and you are so dry, and you feel

dry. You life is dry, your
pocket is dry, everything is

dry, but you are not under the
rain. Get under the rain! Can I

get a good amen? What is the
rain? The word of God.

Deuteronomy 32:2, “My doctrine
will drop as the rain, it will

distill as the dew of heaven.”
Amen? So rain is a picture of

teaching. And abundance of rain
in the year of the latter rain,

it is actually abundance of good
teachings that will cause you to

inherit all that Jesus died for
you to have. Amen? Amen? And

then it says this, next verse,
“For you shall go out with joy

and be led out with peace.”
Right after you receive the word

of God, the word of forgiveness,
the word of grace, you will go

out with joy and be led led led
led with peace! Don’t be led by

voices outside, don’t be led by
signs outside. One lady, she got

married because she was praying
about someone, to marry, someone

that has been proposing to her
and going after her, she was not

too sure, and she prayed and she
saw a shooting star. Instead of

listening to the peace or the
lack of peace within… Why God

will lead you from within?
Because He is in you. Greater is

He that is in you. You are a
child of God now, in the Old

Testament, what they didn’t
have. Even David, a man after

God’s heart, never had the Holy
Spirit inside him. But the blood

of Jesus has so cleanse you that
the Holy Spirit can indwell you.

In the upper room Jesus said,
“The Holy Spirit who is with

you, shall be in you forever.”
And that’s where he’s gonna lead

us. Not with a voice. Closeness
sometimes, I look at my wife, my

wife look at me, we understand.
When look across a crowded room

you don’t understand. We
understand. Amen? It’s very

close communication. There’s a
peace or lack of peace. You

shall go out with joy The result
of receiving the word of grace

is that you will go out with
joy, and be led forth with

peace. Always be led by peace.
Before you sign I, anything, be

led by peace. Before you make a
purchase, be led by peace. You

say that “I’d really like to
have that thing, but I’m not so

sure whether, you know, I, I
have enough money to pay” and

all that, it’s better to have
the peace than that object.

Sometimes downsizing a little
bit, giving up one car, for the

peace, it’s better than having
something for the appearance, to

impress people who don’t care.
We live such a life, you know,

of social media, trying to get
people to like like us, please

press “like”, please press
“like”, “like”, “like”, “like”,

you know.

How did all this
monstrosity start? I really do

not know. But since when you
live your life in front of

people who don’t really care?
Whose comments you not take

seriously, who never spoke into
your life, nor should you take

their comments seriously. Don’t
give gravitas, don’t give weight

to what they are saying. Because
you are the one that gives

weight. He doesn’t have the
weight. You have the glory, not

him. Jesus gave you the glory.
Glory means weight. Be careful

who you give weight to. When you
talk about a comment, you

actually publicise and give
weight to the comment. You look

at a group and you talk about
them all the time, they

flourish. “Pastor, why don’t you
address this group?” Because I

don’t want to lend my glory.
“Pastor, these people are saying

about you there.” I don’t want
to mention them. Why? I’ll,

I’ll, I’ll lend them my glory.
Glory is kavod, which means

“weightiness”. Be careful who
you give weight to. When your

wife talks, give weight. There’s
one guy, you know, he was

quarrelling with his wife and he
came to his pastor, he says, “My

wife always quarrels with me,
you know, and, and, and she gets

historical.” The pastor say,
“What? You mean hysterical.”

“No, historical. She always
brings up my past.” The word

“curse” in the Hebrew is to make
light, the opposite of weight.

If you take lightly what someone
says, you don’t pay attention to

their presence, you are, in
essence, you are cursing them.

So, when your child is in front
of you, give weight. Put down

the newspaper. Look at them.
Don’t take them lightly. Give

gravitas. Give weight. Be led
with peace. Follow the peace.

It’s better for you not to do
something, what, what, what’s

the point, you know, you, you
have that extra, nice car, or

whatever and all that, and you
are excited about it for a few

months, you friends are excited
for a few months, one, one day,

you know, you gonna pay, pay for
it and finish paying and you are

struggling, no one cares
anymore. Isn’t it better to have

the peace? And doesn’t mean you
downsize you’re always like

that, at that level. First of
all, there’s a land of debt,

then there’s a land of even,
then there’s a land of milk and

honey. Overflowing. Land of
prosperity. No one jumps from

the land of, the land of debt to
the land of prosperity. You must

come to the land of even. Pay
off your debts one by one. Pay

off your credit cards debt. Then
from the land of even, you’ll go

to the land of prosperity. Amen?
Praise the Lord. Good preaching.

Good, preach, preach it, Pastor
Prince. Hallelujah. Alright,

alright. Ok. Don’t take up much
time, my time, ok? It’s vital

that we understand that the
primary way God leads us is the

presence or absence of peace.
That’s why children are very

good at this. They intuitively
like a person, they don’t like.

But sometimes if Justin doesn’t
like someone, I don’t blame him.

He runs away from someone,
alright, and I don’t always tell

him, “Ok, you must be friendly,
must be friendly.” Kids

sometimes can tell when someone
is, my, my kid run away from

you, please don’t get personal,
ok? He’s not always right

either. But I’m saying,
sometimes there are people who

say, “Come, come. Let me bring
you home. Come, your, your

mother is sick. Uh, uh, or, or
kids that are prone to just

believing everything. So, it’s
good your child has a bit of

when their spirit is alive. The
relative must not force them to

like, say, “It’s ok uh”,
alright, I won’t say “he’s using

his discernment on you”. And I
won’t say that, of course. Kids

gravitate towards Jesus and the
Gospels. They will sit on his

lap. Then what’s going to
happen? The mountains and the

hills will break forth into
singing before you People that

really matter in your life,
people with, with uh, uh,

weightage in your, uh, your
family, or, you know, people who

really matter to you, because
uh, mountains are always

pictures of kingdoms or, or
people in high places, Mountains

and hills will break forth into
singing When you receive the

word and you step out being led,
step out in joy and being led

with peace, the mountains and
the hills will break forth with

singing before you. And all the
trees of the fields Trees of the

fields speaks of people. They’ll
clap their hands when you pass

by. Amen? That’s why, trees, God
made trees to signify man.

That’s why their hands are like
that, their branches. They

praise God all the time. Whereas
sometimes they sway in the wind

and they are praising God. And
God made man and man is like

that. After they are like that
for a while, they are like that.

They are like that for a while,
they are like that. For eighteen

years that woman was like that.
Eighteen is six plus six plus

six, by the way. And, and the
first person that she, when

Jesus raised her up and healed
her of that condition, was the

face of Jesus. It’s time to face
up, look up, trust God, the year

of the Latter Rain is going to
be a great year for you. Amen?

I’m bringing this to a close. In
case you are wondering, well,

Pastor Prince, uh, uh, if people
think that, people know that

they are forgiven so much, even
their tomorrow sins are

forgiven, won’t this cause a
lifestyle of, of sins in their

lives? Uh, careless living?
Well, remember the new covenant?

We are under the new covenant.
Show them the portion of the new

covenant. Behold the days are
coming, says the LORD, when I’ll

make a new covenant with the
house of Israel and the house of

Judah – not according to the
(Mosaic) covenant the Ten

Commandments, that I made with
their fathers in the day that I

took them by the hand to lead
them out of the land of Egypt;

because they did not continue in
my covenant, and I disregarded

them, says the LORD. God cannot
but disregard them because they

were under the commandment of
the, the Law. They were under

the Law. For this is the
covenant that I will make with

the house of Israel after those
days, says the LORD: I will put

My laws in their mind, and write
them on their hearts; In other

words, there will be an internal
guidance. See, the Law says,

“don’t commit adultery”. It does
not say “love your wife”. There

are those who don’t commit
adultery, but they don’t love

their wives. There are those who
don’t commit adultery, because

no money. There are those who
don’t commit adultery because no

opportunity. There are a lot of
reasons. God doesn’t want you,

heh heh, nobody gives the
opportunity, you know what I’m

saying? I mean there are, but
the right reason is that, the

new covenant, God performs the
desire inside a new love for

your husband, the new love for
your wife and then you don’t

want to commit adultery because
deep down in your heart, even

the very thought of, in your
mind, she doesn’t even know your

mind, right? But even the very
thought of it, it, it, it repels

you. That is true holiness.
That’s what God works in you.

So, God promised He will put His
internal guidance in us. Number

One. Alright? I’ll put my law in
their hearts and write them

Fleshly hearts, tables, fleshly
tables of hearts And I’ll be

their God and they shall be my
people What does it mean “I’ll

be their God”? When you are sick
and God says, “I am your God.”

You are healed. If you are broke
and God says, “I am your God.”

He’ll be your Shepherd and you
will not lack. When you are

confused and, and troubled and
stressed out, and He says, “I’ll

be your God.” You’ll have
shalom. Jehovah Shalom. When He

says, “I’ll be your God”, it
signifies: All My resources will

be at your disposal. Your need
is just the place for my supply.

Wow! “I will” – the first one.
Internal guidance. “I will be

their God.” – second clause.
Third one, in new, all these

your new covenant. You better
study, study this, you know.

It’s amazing that many places
they sell the Ten Commandments

in Christian bookshops. They
should sell this. This is my

idea, by the way. If you see it
uh, give some credit uh, in this

form. The third clause. None of
them shall teach his neighbour

and none his brother, saying,
know the Lord: And the word

“know” here, is ginosko, know by
effort, know by trial and error,

know by effort, alright? But
they shall all know Me None

shall teach, know the Lord, know
the Lord by effort. But all

shall know me, this “know” here
is different. Oida – they will

know me intuitively. Why?
Because, “For”, in the Greek, is

the word “chorti”, which means
because of this. Is the reason.

The reason is because I’ll be
merciful to their

unrighteousness and their sins
and their lawless deeds I will

remember no more. God is no more
dealing with you and I based on

sin. Because the sin is all
taken cor, care of at the Cross

and the more you believe that,
this is what activates God

writing on your heart. The
internal guidance. This is what

activates God being your God
when you’re in trouble. Amen.

This is what causes you to know
God, is the forgiveness of sins.

But, if the last clause is
faulty, you don’t really believe

He forgives all your sins, or
you believe He forgives you with

conditions, or you’ve heard
teachings that says, “you’re

forgiven from the day you are
born until the day you received

Christ, from then on it’s a
piecemeal basis, you must catch

your sins, confess them and that
which you don’t confess, you

don’t know about, conveniently
they say God will understand.

You know, I mean, that kind of
teaching is faulty, then, God

cannot write on your heart. If
the last clause is faulty, the

other clauses is, becomes
faulty. There’s nothing for us

to do but to believe. Do you see
that? So, there’s a safety

clause here. People will not go
crazy. The more they know the

forgiveness of God, the more
they fall in love with Him. The

more they fall in love with Him,
the more they fall out of love

with sin. Amen? The safety is
there. The problem is that we

don’t preach the last clause.
People are so scared because

their thoughts are so lowly that
they dare not preach God’s high

thoughts. Even though God has
brought down the gospel like

rain and snow, they’re so
afraid. No, no. If I tell people

their sins are forgiven, there’s
no telling what they will do.

No, there’s no telling what YOU
will do. It’s always others.

Friend, let’s be courageous with
the gospel. Tell the world that

they are forgiven. They are not
saved. They have to believe on

Christ but they are forgiven
because the blood of Jesus has

forgiven them. They must come
home. They must put their trust

in Christ, to receive what he
has done for them. God is not

mad at you. Come home. Amen? In
closing, let me show you this.

Two verses, we’ll close. Go
back, go to uh, uh, Isaiah 55,

the last part, after you go out
with joy and be led out with

peace, verse 13 tells us Instead
of the thorn bush will come up

the cypress tree. Instead of
brier shall come up the myrtle

tree; And it shall be to the
LORD for a name, For an

everlasting, lasting sign that
shall not be cut off. So, when

you go out, the mountains and
the hills are rejoicing, the

trees of the fields are
clapping, you are a blessing

everywhere you go. You bring joy
everywhere you go. Instead of

the curse, the thorn bush, there
shall be the cypress tree.

Thorn, thorn bush is what they
use for a sheepfold to keep the

sheep inside. Many a times it’s
not a wooden fence. Like in

Texas, right? It’s just a thorn
bush. Let me show you a picture

of thorn bush. It’s very thorny.
So, they build this around the

perimeter and the sheep doesn’t
go across. In fact, in Isaiah,

it tells you if your husband is
unfaithful, I, I teach you how

to pray, ok? In Isaiah, uh, the
wife was unfaithful. So, God

says, “I will surround her with
a hedge of thorns.” Amen? So,

for your husband, stop praying
for favour for him. If he’s uh,

uh, not faithful, ok? Pray for a
hedge of thorns around him and

around that woman. So, when they
come together, hoooowl! Alright?

And then, you pray for favour
around yourself. You pray for

favour. Then slowly, slowly, he
spends time with the woman, Urh!

Don’t know why it hurts. He
looks at you, Wah. Slowly,

slowly. Erh! Wah. Erh! Wah. And
keep on praying like crazy. And

when he comes, whenever,
whenever he comes and see you or

talks to you and all that, ok, I
know you are desperate, “Wah!

How can you do that?!” Be calm.
Be calm. Be like the swan, ok?

Serene on the water outside.
Underneath, paddle like crazy.

Amen? Or pray like cra. Pray,
but never show him you’re

desperate. Never beg him to come
back. Never beg him. Amen.

Alright? But keep on praying.
Thorns. Hedge of thorns. Hedge

of thorns around her and him.
And for you, what? Circle of

favour. Amen? Amen. Only God can
get you out. Just one thought

can drop into his mind. All of a
sudden when he sees the women,

why, why, what did I see in her
in the first place? Amen? Ah, if

he does come back, be a swan.
Amen? Don’t beat him up. Swan,

heh. So, instead of the thorn
bush will come the cypress tree.

You know cypress tree? How about
this in your backyard? Cypress

tree. In other words, the
blessing will be all around you.

There’ll be no curse. Cypress is
part of the coniferous trees,

you know, your Christmas tree is
a cypress tree. It can grow very

tall. By the way, David made all
his harps and other instruments

from cypress trees because they
have a sonorous sound, they,

they provide a very, and they
are very stately and very tall

so that he made his instruments
all, the first occurrence of

cypress, for fir tree, in the
Bible is actually David making

all the instruments. So, instead
of the thorny bush, Ow, ee, ah,

ow! You know, no melody, you
have beautiful songs, beautiful

melody. Amen. In this year of
the Latter Rain. Melodies like,

listen to the rhythm of the
falling rain, amen. I sang that

song in, in Sec. 4 and I got 1st
prize. Talent Time. Actually, my

brother was supposed to sing but
he backed out last moment and

they asked me to take over. So,
I was trembling and all that. I

don’t know how I got 1st but I
sang that song. Praise God.

Because I like another girl down
there. She left me so my heart

was broken, so I sang with
passion and feeling. Amen?

Where’s Wendy? Long time ago.
Long time ago. Praise God. Amen.

So, this is the cypress tree.
Instead of the brier, back to

the verse, Instead of the brier,
Brier is nettle tree, shall come

up the myrtle tree. Now, let me
show you a brier. It’s very

sharp. It’s a nettle tree. They
call “stinging nettle”? That

stinging nettle? You know when
you brush against it, it, it, it

cause a, the whole body to itch
and, and it’s poisonous.

Alright? Nettle. It’s called
stinging nettle. Instead of

stinging nettle, you know what
will come up? Myrtle tree. This

is the myrtle tree. Myrtle tree
or hadassah. Hadas, in uh,

Hebrew, whose name is Hadassah?
Whose name? A lady’s name. Who

is that? Esther. Very good. Her
Hebrew name is Hadassah. Myrtle

tree. Amen? And, in the, in the,
in Israel, this is the white

colour one. The bottom left.
Usually it’s the white one but

it can come in purple and
different colours. It is said

that the myrtle flower emits a
fragrance more exquisite than

the rose. And that’s the myrtle
tree. So, you will come out and

be led out with peace, joy and
you know what? People will

rejoice around you, you’ll be a
blessing everywhere you go,

Amen? Some people are, brings
joy when they step into the

room. Some people bring joy when
they step out. Don’t be the

latter in the Year of the Latter
Rain. Amen? Amen? So, be a

blessing everywhere we go,
instead of the thorn bush, Amen,

will come up the cypress.
Instead of the brier, when

people feel like, you know,
uncomfortable around you, they

feel like, you know, uh, they,
they are blessed. Amen. Be a

myrtle tree. What a feast for
even the sight, the fragrance.

Amen. So, that’s going to happen
this year as you allow the words

of God to change you. Friend,
one last verse about the

sufferings of Jesus. I want you
to see something about this is

that when God loves you, many a
time we see the suffering, but

we forget about the love. Many
years ago, when I came up with a

video on the sufferings of
Jesus, I saw in the spirit that

all the sins of the world and,
like skewers, skewers being

released, dark sewers and they
converge upon Jesus, all our

sins, all converged upon Jesus.
At that time, I didn’t have a

verse to really show that, but,
to my delight, I found, not too

long ago, I found a verse, Paga
in Hebrew for, Isaiah 53, the

famous chapter on his
sufferings, it says this: The

Lord laid on Jesus, the last
part, The Lord has laid on him

the iniquity of us all And I
found out that in the Hebrew is

the word “Paga” and even the
commentators says that the word

“Paga” is a strong word, it’s a
violent word and New English

Translation bring this out. All
our sins, the Lord caused the

sin of all of us to attack him.
Exactly what I saw. It’s as if

all the sin of the world were
going to just one place, one

location, into one body. That
lonely figure on Calvary, on the

cross and all the sins of the
world, pssstch, went into him.

He shuddered. You know, we can
never understand the love that

God has for us. God, who loved
us was not willing to part with

us, God gave us His Son, knowing
there’s no other way. And His

Son loved us and gave his life
for us. The Holy Spirit, called

the Love of the Spirit, loved
us, to bring us back to the

Father, knowing that we cannot,
can never be happy anywhere else

but in the Father’s bosom. And
the love that you are looking

for in all the wrong places can
be found in His heart, in His

bosom. And when I realised that
all the sins of the world fell

on him, I just think about, a
few days earlier, in Gethsemane,

when he prayed, and the very
thought of becoming sin on the

cross, the very thought of
becoming sin, not yet sin, not

yet becoming our sin that we
might, that we might become the

righteousness of God in him, he
became sin. But, the very

thought of becoming sin, how the
holiness that knew no sin,

shuddered at the thought, that
the Bible says, he wept

violently. Strong crying, the
Bible says. And he sweat blood,

which medical science says only
in extreme stress your

capillaries burst. Just the very
thought of becoming sin, not sin

yet, just the very thought of
becoming sin, he sweat blood.

How much more at the Cross when
he became sin. This is the love.

I want you to sit back, watch
this video one more time but

this time, I want you to focus
on the love of God the Father

for you and Jesus’ love for you.
Will you do that? Sit back.



What love,
precious love. (Pastor sings)

Precious Lamb of glory, Love’s
most wonderous story Heart of

God’s redemption of man Glory to
the Lamb of Glory. Every head

bowed, every eye closed all
across this place and everywhere

that’s watching this right now,
friend, we can never understand

or fully comprehend this amazing
love. A love that loves us

continuously. He calls it like
this “I’ve loved you with an

everlasting love.” Nothing you
do can stop God loving you and

He’s calling you home. He’s
calling you to His house where

there is bread enough and to
spare, where there’s provisions.

Stop looking for leftovers. Stop
looking for pseudo love in all

the wrong places. Come home to
His love. Amen? If that is you,

wherever you are right now, you
say “Pastor, I want this

wonderful Jesus to be my saviour
and Lord. Pray for me.” Pray

this prayer right now from your
heart, say: Heavenly Father,

thank You for loving me. Let’s
do it together. Heavenly Father,

thank You for sending Your Son,
my Lord Jesus, as the Lamb of

God to take away all my sins.
Thank You that he took my place,

died in my state, bore my
punishment and redeemed me from

the curse on that Cross. Lord
Jesus, thank you for taking away

all my sins. Thank you for
loving me even when I didn’t

care about you, you loved me.
You are risen from the dead, far

above all principality and
power, crowned with glory and

honour and you are my Saviour
and my Lord. Thank you, Lord

Jesus, forever more in your
embrace, in your love. In Jesus

Name. Precious Lamb of Glory,
Love’s most wonderous story

Heart of God’s redemption for
man Glory to the Lamb of Glory.

Lift your hands all across this
place. Remember this, you are

not alone as you face this week.
The Lord is with you and be

sensitive to the prod, prod,
proddings and the leadings of

the Spirit, the promptings on
the inside, will you? Amen? Live

the high life based on that.
Don’t just do the ordinary

ethical thing but go beyond that
moral excellence, listen to the

Spirit. Lift your hands all
across this place. This coming

week, the Lord bless you and the
Lord keep you. The Lord makes

his face to shine on you and be
favourable to you. The Lord

lifts up his countenance on you
and grant to you and your

families his shalom health,
peace and wellbeing. In the Name

of the Lord Jesus Christ, and
all the people say, Amen.

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