Wesley Martin preaches on “One sin and its verdict” (Jas 2:10); “One soul and its value” (Luke 15:7), and “One sacrifice and its virtue” (Heb 10:12). In the course of his message he gives a sound, weighty and thoroughgoing exposition of the guilt of mankind (Message preached in Bicester 12th July 2012)
Wesley Martin preaches on lessons for the assembly from Philippians Ch. 1 “Fellowship in the gospel enjoyed”; Ch 2. “friction in the gathering exposed”; Ch 3. “focus on the goal encouraged”; and Ch. 4 “fragrance of giving exercised” (Message preached in Bicester, Easter 25th April 2011)
Wesley Martin gives a very helpful and wise address on raising godly children under 4 headings; praying for our children, protecting our children, preparing our children and being a pattern for our children (Message given in Bicester, Easter 25th April 2011)
Wesley Martin delivers a challenging practical word of ministry on the blood of Christ which demands our sanctification; the reproach of Christ that declares our calculation; and the love of Christ that directs our consecration (Message preached in Bicester, Easter 24th April 2011)
Ian Jackson preaches on how the cross answers the problem raised by the issue of God’s unutterable holiness versus man’s total ruin. Wesley Martin continues with the value of man’s soul, Calvary’s sacrifice and the precious Saviour (Messages preached in Bicester, Easter 24th April 2011)
Wesley Martin preaches a comprehensive and helpful message called “A first century template for 21st century testimony”. He outlines “salvation and its reality”, “baptism and its necessity”, “gathering and its authority” and “commitment and its priority” (Message preached in Bicester, Easter 23rd April 2011)
Tommy Wright preaches on “Go to the ant thou sluggard” and Wesley Martin follows with a very helpful message highlighting two expressions in the Bible: “Me a sinner” and “Himself for me”. (Gospel messages preached in Bicester 2nd Aug 2009)
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