Phil Coulson introduces the pivotal subject of Daniel’s 70 weeks. It is the backbone of all prophetic Scripture, and holds the key to understanding the great purpose and plan of God for Israel past, present and future. Reading: Daniel 9. (Message preached in Mount Sterling, WI, USA, Spring 2023)
Phil Coulson preaches on the key issues every believer needs to be aware of in order to understand future events. This is what theologians would call a “biblical eschatological hermeneutic”, or in simpler terms “How to go about interpreting and understanding what the Bible says about the future in books like Daniel and Revelation”. Without these keys, you will be at the mercy of a host of conflicting views (pre-trib , mid-trib, post-trib, pre-mill, a-mill, post-mill etc). Readings: Rev 19:10,…
Phil Coulson preaches on the moral standards of behaviour expected of the regenerated child of God from Ephesians 4:17-5:22. The new birth brings about a change of life that evidences a real work of God in salvation. (Message preached in Ballymena, 29th Nov 2008). 2-part series: Why the moral decline (in the nation)? The Christian and morals
Phil Coulson preaches on the condition of the nation and what lies behind its moral decline. Behind every moral decline is a spiritual decline. Reading: Psalm 2:1-3. (Message preached in Ballymena, 22nd Nov 2008). 2-part series: Why the moral decline (in the nation)? The Christian and morals
Phil Coulson preaches on the future of Christ – starting with the rapture and heading on into the Millennium and the eternal state. Reading: Zech 6:1-15. (Message preached in River Road Gospel Hall, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada, June 2023) Complete series: The sinlessness of Christ The high priesthood of Christ The greatness of Christ The future of Christ
Phil Coulson preaches on the greatness of Christ from the beginning of the Bible to the end. Reading: Heb 7:1-4. (Message preached in River Road Gospel Hall, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada, June 2023) Complete series: The sinlessness of Christ The high priesthood of Christ The greatness of Christ The future of Christ
Phil Coulson preaches on the high priesthood of the Lord Jesus Christ. What is priesthood? Why do we need Christ to be our great high priest? In what was are believers priests? Reading: Heb 5:1-14. (Message preached in Roseisle, Manitoba, Canada, June 2023) Complete series: The sinlessness of Christ The high priesthood of Christ The greatness of Christ The future of Christ
Phil Coulson preaches on the sinlessness of Christ. The Lord was tested in all points like we are, sin apart, and is thus able to sympathise with us and bear our infirmities. Readings: Matt 1:1-5, 13-17, 4:1-11, Heb 4:14-16. (Message preached in Roseisle, Manitoba, Canada, June 2023) Complete series: The sinlessness of Christ The high priesthood of Christ The greatness of Christ The future of Christ
Phil Coulson preaches on the three related topics of priesthood, sacrifice and worship. He outlines the biblical teaching of “the priesthood of all believers” and opens up various important principles connected with our approach to God. (Message preached in Ballymena on 7th Dec 2019)
Phil Coulson preaches on the topic of the inspiration and development of Scripture, from the key Bible passages of 1 Pet 1:9-12, 2 Pet 1:19-21 and 1 Cor 2:1-16. (Message preached in Ballymena, 26th Jan 2019)
Phil Coulson tells how the Lord saved him. An early childhood experience taught him that “God is real”. Later the preaching of the gospel from Isaiah 53 opened the eyes of his understanding to the fact that “Christ died for me”. (Testimony given in Highland, WI, USA, March 2023)
Phil Coulson preaches on the danger of mechanical formality in worship and service. The Lord neither needs nor wants what we can give Him unless it comes from a heart of devotion. God wants our devotion, our diligence and our dependence. Reading: Psalm 50:5. (Message preached in Belfast 2009)
Phil Coulson preaches on the prophetic days of Scripture: the day of man, the day of the Lord, the day of Christ and the day of God. He traces the history of the Gentile nations, the nation of Israel and the Church, in the various stages of the dealings of God with mankind from the Tower of Babel to the new heavens and the new earth. (Message preached in Stark Road Gospel Hall, Livonia, MI, USA, 2nd June 2022)
Phil Coulson preaches on the great “drama of redemption” whereby God purposes to undo the works of Satan (in causing the fall through the first Adam’s sin in Eden), by bringing in redemption and restoration through the last Adam, the Man Christ Jesus. Reading: Heb 2:1-4. (Message preached at the Garnavillo Conference, Iowa, USA, 2022)
PART 2 – Phil Coulson looks at the “book of the generation of Jesus Christ”. The New Testament begins with a long list of names – a genealogy – which is seldom addressed in ministry. Mr Coulson expounds the topic to profit. Reading: Matt 1:1-17 (Preached in Edmonton, Canada, 2019).
PART 1 – Phil Coulson takes a broad sweeping look at the course of history from Adam to Christ, taking a particular interest in the early chapters of Genesis and the “generations of Adam”. A thought provoking message. Reading: Gen 5:1-3, Matt 1:1 (Preached in Edmonton, Canada, 2019).
Phil Coulson preaches on the incarnation of Christ, and the profound stoop of the eternal Son of God in becoming flesh. Mr Coulson addresses the question of whether the Lord took anything from Mary and what the Bible means when it says of Christ “a body hast Thou prepared Me”. Readings: John 1:14, Phil 2:5-8, Heb 10:5-7, Eph 4:9-10, Psa 139:1-16. (Messages preached in Kingsmoss, Northern Ireland)
Phil Coulson speaks on half a verse in John’s gospel (John 6:17b) – “It was now dark, and Jesus was not come to them”. Why does the Lord allow us to go through dark times? Why, when we can’t see the right way – when we feel lost – does He sometimes leave us alone and not come to us? Why do some believers who don’t seem very keen in spiritual matters seem to fare all right, while others who…
Phil Coulson preaches on the neglected subject of “the world” and the believer’s relation to it. After providing some technical information about the various words used in the New Testament for “world”, Phil deals with 4 items. The believer is “out of the world” in salvation; “in the world” in situation; “not of the world” in sanctification, and “into the world” in service. A helpful, practical and challenging word of ministry. Readings: John 17:4-5, Eph 2:1-2, Rev 12:7-9. (Message preached…
Phil Coulson preaches from Gal 1:5 on the purpose of Christ giving Himself for us – “to deliver us from this present evil age”. In other words, we were saved primarily to be set apart to “Himself” from the world and its ways. God’s will for us is sanctification/holiness – “Be ye holy, for I am holy”. Mr Coulson then applies this principle to the issue of screen time, social media and the online distractions and addictions of the digital…
Phil Coulson preaches a weighty message from Acts 28 on the dignity of public preaching and the purity of the message of the gospel. He passes comment on the use of PowerPoint in gospel preaching (Message preached in Bicester, Easter 5th April 2010)
Phil Coulson preaches on the unchanging gospel. He traces (in Acts) the way the apostles always preached the same message but adapted it to different audiences, without ever lowering the gospel by the use of drama (Message preached in Bicester, Easter 5th April 2010)
Phil Coulson preaches on serving the Lord in a busy world where our heavy life commitments often leave us with little time for the things of the Lord. How are we to navigate the difficult choices in the work place, and all the demands of a mortgage and other financial commitments, so that we can still be useful to the Lord? Reading: Mark 1:16-20 (Message preached 17th April 2006)
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