Michael Penfold preaches the gospel from three biblical statements: “it is written” – my condemnation (Rom 3:10); “it is appointed” – my destination (Heb 9:27); and “it is finished” – my salvation (John 19:30). (Message preached in Chalfont St Peter, 1st Jan 2023)
Tom West preaches on the greatest problem facing humanity – the sickness of sin. From Isaiah 1:18 he proclaims the only remedy available: not good works and religion, but the person and work of Christ. (Message preached in Chalfont St Peter, 27th Nov 2022)
Peter Orasuk (1948-2005) preaches on the “spiritual geography” of every man or woman “in Adam”. The following 4 things describe the spiritual position of human beings in their natural state outside of Christ. They have: “Wrath above” them (John 3:36) “Hell beneath” them (Isa 14:9) “Sin behind” them (Num 32:23) “Judgment ahead” of them (Heb 9:27) But, when a person becomes saved, everything changes. All things become new for those who are “in Christ” (2 Cor 15:22). In this message…
Frank Sona preaches on three absolutes. Absolute sufficiency (Acts 4:12); absolute certainty (John 10:28), and absolute solemnity (Acts 8:21). Ian Jackson closes with a look at two people in the Bible who were asked “What is thy name?” A searching gospel meeting where the audience is directly and earnestly challenged as to sin, salvation and eternity (Messages preached 1st Apr 2018)
Wesley Martin preaches on “One sin and its verdict” (Jas 2:10); “One soul and its value” (Luke 15:7), and “One sacrifice and its virtue” (Heb 10:12). In the course of his message he gives a sound, weighty and thoroughgoing exposition of the guilt of mankind (Message preached in Bicester 12th July 2012)
Michael Penfold preaches on “man’s Fall” and “God’s Call”, answering the question “If there’s a God why is there evil in the world?” and challenging the audience as to their own sin and need (Message preached 28th Sept 2008)
Faced with an audience of people who considered themselves to be good-living upright people and who, at the same time, despised others who they considered lower than themselves, the Lord Jesus related the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector (Recorded in Luke’s gospel Ch 18:9-14). Michael Penfold preaches the gospel from this passage in a message directed at people who are religious but unconverted (Message preached 2008) (Painting: “The Pharisee and the Publican” by James Tissot, 1836-1902)
Gene Higgins preaches on the question, “Who Shall Deliver Me?” from Romans 7. He looks at the problem of sin under 4 metaphors and gives the answer through the delivering power of the gospel (Preached in Bicester 13th Nov 2007).
John McCann preaches a searching message on the uncleanness of sin and Elton Fairfield adds further weight to it by concluding with a word on the judgment of God (Gospel messages preached in Bicester 3rd Aug 2007)
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