Marcus Hall preaches on the deity and personality of the Holy Spirit. He takes a survey of these two vital subjects through the Bible, showing that the Holy Spirit is a person not just an influence; a distinct person in the Trinity but nevertheless coequal and co-eternal with the Father and the Son; and characterised therefore by omniscience, omnipotence and omnipresence (Message preached 3rd Sept 2015)
PART 3 – Marcus Hall preaches on Israel’s third annual feast, “The Feast of Firstfruits”. He expounds Lev 23:9-14 and points out that this feast has its fulfillment in the resurrection of Christ. In the words of 1 Cor 15:23 “Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at His coming (Message preached 8th Nov 2012)
Marcus Hall delivers a helpful message on the discipline of godly parenting. He takes examples from Old and New Testaments and gives wise advice to parents and grandparents on the vital subject of raising children (Message preached 26th May 2011)
PART 1 of 9 – Marcus Hall (1938-2021) from Pamber Heath, often visited us in Bicester. In this message he expounds Genesis Ch 1. He stands by a literal interpretation of the entire chapter and, among other things, explains why he does not accept the so-called ‘gap theory’. A solid, helpful exposition from a careful student and teacher (Message preached Thursday 15th April 2010)
Marcus Hall introduces a series of ministry meetings on the book of Judges and gives practical and helpful ministry on the first three Judges – Othniel, Ehud and Shamgar (Ministry given Thur 10th September 2009)
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)
Marcus Hall outlines the Bible’s teaching on the relationship between assembly elders and the flock over which then Holy Spirit has made them overseers. A vital, warm and discerning message from an experienced elder (Message given in 2007)
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