This is a significant message by the late Albert McShane (1914-2002) on lessons to be learned from unexplained trials. Taking up the story of Job, Mr. McShane describes a man who wished he’d never been born, or at least wished he could now be finished with life. The thing that he feared had arrived – tragedy, and unexplained loss of family, possessions and health. Added to this were the wounds inflicted by his friends. Yet, having lost everything, Job exclaims,…
Mr Albert McShane (1914-2002) was a mighty expositor of the Word of God and a much used gospel preacher. Awakened to his need of salvation in a prayer meeting in January 1929, he sought salvation at once. After a struggle that same evening, his thoughts finally turned to John 3:36 “He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life”. Considering the death of Christ he realised, “Now if the Son has satisfied God for me, and what He has done…
Albert McShane (1914-2002), a Bible teacher and evangelist from Northern Ireland, had a wide range of preaching material, to the point where his frequent hearers felt he hardly ever repeated himself. In this message he gives a unique devotional message on the life of Christ, explaining how He was sustained during His life here on earth (Message preached in Bicester 7th Aug 1977)
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