ETERNAL SECURITY – Marcus Hall preaches on ‘eternal security’ and proves from multiple texts that believers cannot lose their salvation. He also explains the real meaning of the difficult Hebrews passages (Ch 6 & 10) (Message preached 10th July 2008)
FAITH & SALVATION – Walter Boyd preaches on the subjects of faith and salvation. He explains that salvation has a past, present and future aspect and reveals nine blessings that came to us the moment we were saved (Message preached 26th June 2008)
HEAVEN & HELL – Kevin Oh preaches on the doctrine of the afterlife under the headings of Region, Reality, Recompense, Rejection and Relevance. A clear exposition of the subject (Message preached 19th June 2008)
REPENTANCE – Michael Browne preaches on the vital doctrine of repentance. He contends there is no salvation without it. He defines the meaning and relevance of this subject in today’s evangelism (Message preached 12th June 2008)
SIN – Michael Penfold defines the doctrine of sin, outlining its origin, results & scope, as well as explaining its relation to the law & judgment of God. Also included is a look at the believer’s standing & state (Message preached 5th June 2008)
JUSTIFICATION – Gwyn Cummins teaches on the subject of justification by faith, expounding its significance as the way in which sinners are declared righteous before God (Message preached 7th June 2007)
SANCTIFICATION – Kevin Oh teaches on the subject of sanctification, outlining the difference between positional sanctification at conversion and ongoing daily sanctification in the life of a believer (Message preached 17th May 2007)
ELECTION – Walter Boyd teaches on the difficult subject of election. He pays particular attention to Ephesians 1:4 where the saved are said to have been “chosen in Christ” (Message preached 10th May 2007)
REGENERATION – Scott Dunn teaches on the subject of regeneration and expounds on the meaning of the new birth by the instrumentality of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God (Message preached 3rd May 2007)
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