Sermons by Tom Armstrong

Sermons by Tom Armstrong

Are You Saved? (51 min)

Tom Armstrong preaches on the great matter of being “saved”. The Bible says you must be saved (Acts 4:12); it says you can be saved (John 3:17), and it tells you how to be saved (Acts 16:31). David Vallance continues with a look at salvation “in the Son” from the last few verses of John Ch 3 (Messages preached 3rd Mar 2019)

Christ in Colossians (40 min)

PART 10 – Tom Armstrong preaches on “Christ in the epistle to the Colossians” – personally, positionally and practically. He spends some profitable time looking at the various titles of Christ in Ch 1 – “His dear Son”, “the image of the invisible God”, “the head of the body”, “firstborn of all creation” etc. before taking up some of the practical challenges that the apostle Paul brings out later in the epistle (Message preached 16th Nov 2017)

Eternal Salvation in Christ (52 min)

Tom Armstrong preaches on “eternal salvation” and “eternal judgment” – you need one to avoid the other. Ian Jackson follows with a message called “Jesus saves”. You don’t need “help”, or “education” or “religion”…you need to be saved! (Messages preached 19th Feb 2017)

The Local Assembly Overview (38 min)

Tom Armstrong outlines the truth of the “local assembly” from 1 Corinthians. Look out for the 10 C’s from the epistle – community, construction, commemoration, care etc. This is a good introduction to the basics of assembly testimony, its character, function and purpose – vital truth for every believer (Message preached in Bicester 28th Mar 2016)

Salvation is Free (51 min)

Tom Armstrong preaches on a ransom “for all” (1 Tim 2:6), “for free” (Eph 2:8-9) and for ever (Isa 51:6). John Rogers continues with a look at the story of Abraham and Isaac in Genesis 22 and draws pertinent lessons about salvation from the passage (Messages preached in Bicester 14th July 2015)

The Everlasting Burnings (48 min)

John Rogers takes up a solemn and searching text from Isaiah 33:14 – “Who among us shall dwell with everlasting burnings?” Tom Armstrong closes by pointing to Jesus Christ, the one and only Saviour of sinners, who humbled Himself to suffer the death of the cross that we might be saved (Messages preached in Bicester 13th July 2015)