Sermons by John Stubbs

Sermons by John Stubbs

John Stubbs – Christ is the Answer (49 min)

John Stubbs went home to heaven in 2019 after spending decades in the service of the Lord, teaching the Word and preaching the gospel. As a newborn baby, John was not expected to live…but God spared his life and we are all the richer for that intervention of the Lord. Overcoming physical disabilities, John fervently served, studied, preached and wrote – leaving behind a rich and fragrant ministry of Christ. In this wonderful message, John takes the hearer on a…

The Day of Atonement (38 min)

PART 5 – John Stubbs preaches on the High Priest’s attire, attitude and actions on the annual Day of Atonement in Israel. He draws 7 contrasts between Aaron and Christ, while explaining the significance of the removal of sin, remorse for sin and rest from sin seen in Leviticus Ch 16.(Message preached 9th Mar 2014)

The Mitre and the Crown (41 min)

PART 4 – John Stubbs preaches on the High Priest’s mitre and crown. “Holiness unto the LORD” was engraved on the crown, and from it Mr Stubbs teaches many precious truths about the holiness of Christ and our acceptance in Him who appears for us in the presence of God. “As He is, so are we in this world” (Message preached 8th Mar 2014)

The Ephod and Breastplate (49 min)

PART 3 – John Stubbs preaches on the ephod and the breastplate. In the ephod is seen the suitability of our High Priest – in His perfect manhood – and in the breastplate are seen the subjects of our High Priest, His people near His heart and under His care. Mr Stubbs examines the stones – their rarity, representation, radiance and resting places (Message preached 8th Mar 2014)

The Robe of Blue (49 min)

PART 2 – John Stubbs preaches on the robe of blue, called the “robe of [connected with] the ephod”. He speaks of the “symbol of the blue”, the “strength of the binding”, the “shape of the border” and the “sound of the bells”. This garment spells out the sphere of our Great High Priest’s ministry in heaven (Message preached 7th Mar 2014)

The Linen Coat (60 min)

PART 1 – John Stubbs introduces the subject of the High Priest’s garments – garments that were holy, harmonious, hereditary and hand-made, and which contain much precious typological teaching on the person of Christ. The white linen coat speaks of His sinlessness, and the unseen linen girdle of His service (Message preached 6th Mar 2014)

The Feast of Trumpets (48 min)

PART 5 – John Stubbs preaches on Israel’s fifth annual feast, “The Feast of Trumpets”. This is the first of the last 3 feasts which all have a future fufillment. The feast points to the coming of the Lord and the regathering of the nation of Israel. Readings: Lev 23:22-25, Num 10:1-10.

The Occupations of the Priests in the Tabernacle (59 min)

PART 8 – John Stubbs takes up the various functions and occupations of the sons of Aaron – the priests – in the Tabernacle of Moses, and draws instructive lessons therefrom relative to worship and service for the Christian today (Message preached 4th Dec 2009)

The Omissions of Note in the Tabernacle (56 min)

PART 7 – John Stubbs preaches on a number of things that are omitted in the Bible’s description of the Tabernacle. The reason why the Holy Spirit omits each of these items is helpfully brought out by Mr Stubbs to profit (no seats for the priests etc.) (Message preached 3rd Dec 2009)

The Order of Truth in the Tabernacle (56 min)

PART 6 – John Stubbs preaches on the ‘order’ of the Tabernacle – in the approach to the Tabernacle, in the arrangement of the Tabernacle and in the advancement of the Tabernacle (Message preached 2nd Dec 2009)

The Occupant in the Tabernacle (51 min)

PART 4 – John Stubbs expounds numerous powerful and practical lessons from the fact that the Lord’s presence was known inside the Holy of Holies in the Tabernacle of Moses (Message preached 30th Nov 2009)

The Gospels and the Tabernacle (24 min)

PART 2 – John Stubbs preaches on 4 passages about the Tabernacle from the book of Exodus and links them with each of the 4 gospels; Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Precious typological teaching about the person of Christ is highlighted (Message preached 29th Nov 2009)

The Offerings for the Tabernacle (51 min)

PART 1 – John Stubbs introduces a series of teaching meetings on the subject of “the Tabernacle of Moses”. He explains its importance: its making in Exodus, its ministry in Leviticus, its movements in Numbers and its meaning in Hebrews. In this opening message, Mr Stubbs brings out typical teaching in connection with the materials that the people brought to facilitate the construction of the Tabernacle (Message preached 28th Nov 2009)

Egypt to Canaan Part 5 (44 min)

John Stubbs preaches on the “parables of Balaam” and draws practical teaching for the Christian from these typical passages of the Old Testament (Message preached on 29th Nov 2006)

Egypt to Canaan Part 4 (40 min)

John Stubbs preaches on the “bread from heaven”, know as “Manna” in the Old Testament book of Numbers. From the Manna Mr Stubbs draws pictures of Christ and lessons for the Christian relative to feeding on Him (Message preached on 28th Nov 2006)

Egypt to Canaan Part 3 (47 min)

John Stubbs preaches on the incident of the crossing of the Red Sea by the children of Israel as they escaped from Egypt. He applies numerous pertinent lessons from this very instructive narrative (Message preached on 27th Nov 2006)

Egypt to Canaan Part 2 (34 min)

John Stubbs preaches the gospel from the incident of the “serpent on the pole” from Number Ch 21. This is a striking message drawn from a pivotal narrative recorded during the journey of the children of Israel from Egypt to Canaan (Message preached on 26th Nov 2006)

Egypt to Canaan Part 1 (47 min)

John Stubbs preaches on the journey of the children of Israel from Egypt to Canaan. In this introductory message he outlines the first section of 1 Cor Ch 10 wherein several incidents from Israel’s journey are highlighted, and from which the apostle Paul draws valuable practical lessons as inspired by the Holy Spirit (Message preached on 25th Nov 2006)