Mervyn Hall preaches from Hebrews 9:27-28. on “the sinner’s vital five”: Man is mortal Sin is fatal The soul is immortal Judgment is unavoidable Salvation is essential (Message preached in Chalfont St Peter, 16th Apr 2023)
Joseph Baker highlights three of the most effective scams Satan uses to prevent people being saved from their sins. Don’t be scammed. Readings: Prov 3;5-6, Gen 3:1-6 (Message preached in the Gospel Hall, Jackson, MI, USA, 15th Jan 2023)
Michael Penfold preaches on Christ’s words about the “many” people who will, to their great surprise, be shut out of heaven despite a profession of salvation, and despite a lifetime of religious activity (Matt 7:21-23). Then from Romans 10:1-4 there’s a principle such people need to learn, a performance they need to stop, and a Person they need to trust (Message preached in Chalfont St Peter Gospel Hall, 13th Nov 2022)
In a powerful gospel meeting, Peter Orasuk opens by describing the court scene in the epistle to the Romans that culminates in “every mouth being stopped” as the sentence of condemnation rings out. Mr Murray McCandless follows with a second message in which he preaches on Christ as the door to heaven. Messages preached in Feb 2001 in Ballymena.
Peter Orasuk preaches on “an awakening and a quickening”. How long have you known the gospel, yet you are still not saved? It is time to wake up before it is too late. Reading: Eph 5:14 (Message preached in June 2003)
Andrew Steele preaches from Luke Ch 13 on three object lessons that illustrate gospel truth. A tower that collapsed (“Except you repent you will all likewise perish”); a door that closed (Don’t be left outside); and a hen that called (“I would…but you would not”). The Lord Jesus is seen as the “prince of preachers” in this powerful chapter of the Bible (Message preached 6th July 2019)
This earnest and searching message by Andrew Steele brings the listener back to the only thing that really matters: heaven or hell for eternity? In the fog of daily life, news coverage and social media feeds, it’s easy to lose sight of the greatest reality of all – where will I be 5 seconds after I die? Where will I be a billion centuries from now? Take time today to find a peaceful undisturbed spot and think deeply and seriously…
David Gilliland preaches a powerful and pointed warning message on the danger of perishing and the divine rescue provided in Christ. John Grant closes with a fresh look at John 3:16, assuring sinners of a welcome for the whosoever will (Messages preached in Ambrosden 31st Mar 2013)
Eugene Higgins preaches an earnest message of warning and entreaty, based on the “cities of refuge” in the Old Testament. He urges his audience to “run and live” or “delay and die” (Message preached 14th April 2011)
In a weighty message about the deceptive power of the evil one to delude and damn souls, Gene Higgins preaches on Christ as the One “stronger than the strong one” (Satan) from Luke 11:21 (Message preached in Bicester 7th April 2011)
Tom Armstrong preaches on 3 mentions of the word ‘perish’, followed by a word on Isaiah 53:6 from John Dennison. Two very clear presentations of the gospel (Messages preached in Bicester, Easter 4th April 2010)
Ian Jackson preaches a stirring message on the text Acts 26:28, “Almost persuaded to be a Christian”. He explains the tragic fact that it is possible to ‘believe’ the whole Bible yet still be lost and go to hell (Message preached in Ambrosden 4th Mar 2010).
On September 15th 2008 the unthinkable happened. The famous investment bank Lehman Brothers collapsed, setting off an international banking crisis that threatened the entire world financial system. There followed a stock market meltdown, a global economic downturn and the greatest world recession since the 1930’s. During this time, Ian Jackson preached a powerful gospel message which he entitled A Matter of History, a Matter of Necessity and a Matter of Eternity (Based on John Ch 3:14-15). Find somewhere quiet and…
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