Sermons on Doctrinal Subjects (Page 3)

Sermons on Doctrinal Subjects (Page 3)

God’s Right to Judge Sin and Sinner (23 min)

Mervyn Hall expounds upon the theme of God’s eternal, creatorial and legal right to judge sin and sinners. He outlines three results of God’s holy character and His righteous demands against sin – death in Adam, eternal punishment, and the propitiatory satisfaction made in the death of Christ on the cross (Message preached 20th Mar 2011)

The World’s False Measures of Justice (30 min)

Mervyn Hall examines 4 of the world’s false philosophies – utilitarianism, libertarianism, Kantianism and Aristotelianism – and explains how these systems of thought have corrupted sinful man’s view of God’s justice and His judgment on sin (Message preached 13th Mar 2011)

An Examination of the Contemporary Gospel (43 min)

PART 3 – Michael Penfold examines the “contemporary gospel”. He argues that the modern message lacks essential elements in connection with repentance and faith, and that the modern methods involving drama and music are unbiblical and counterproductive. The mandate, method and message of the true gospel are outlined. (Message preached in the Gove Hall, Ealing, London, 5th Mar 2011)

Should Assemblies Embrace Contemporary Worship? (51 min)

PART 2 – Michael Penfold addresses the issue of the contemporary worship movement. He contends that rock music is worldly and unsuitable for use in the worship of God. New actions, appointments, arrangements and accompaniments are all examined. (Message preached in the Grove Hall, Ealing, London, 5th Mar 2011)

Tongues, Healing and Baptism in the Spirit (50 min)

PART 1 – Michael Penfold preaches on the subjects of speaking in tongues, miraculous healing and baptism in the Spirit, explaining the purpose, power, pattern and period of the apostolic sign gifts. He mentions the Alpha Course and other influential charismatic phenomena. (Message preached in the Gove Hall, Ealing, London, 5th Mar 2011)

The Nature of the Sinner’s Need (23 min)

Michael Penfold gives a 12-point description of the sinner (rebellious, dead, lost, guilty etc.), outlining the stark Biblical picture of the sinner’s true condition “under sin” and “under sentence” (Message preached 20th Feb 2011)

Man’s Position Before God (26 min)

“What is man?” Mervyn Hall expounds on the nature of man: uniquely privileged and blessed, yet falling into a state of sin, death and condemnation through his rebellion in the garden of Eden (Message preached 6th Feb 2011)

The Gospel Must be God-Centred (27 min)

Mervyn Hall expounds on the need to keep gospel preaching “God-centred”. He includes some interesting comments on the best-selling Campus Crusade tract “The 4 Spiritual Laws” (Message preached 9th Jan 2011)

Why God Chose Preaching (21 min)

Michael Penfold sets forth numerous reasons why drama is an unsuitable method of communicating the gospel, and explains why God specifically ordained the means of “preaching” (Message preached 21st Nov 2010)

The Source and Immutability of the Gospel (24 min)

Michael Penfold preaches on the source of the gospel message, explaining that it is a sacred immutable deposit that God gave to Paul, about man’s ruin, God’s remedy and man’s responsibility to repent and believe (Message preached 7th Nov 2010)

The Grace, Mercy and Love of God (43 min)

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD – Mervyn Hall preaches on the love, grace and mercy of God under the following headings – love, His position; grace, His disposition and mercy, His interposition (Message preached 4th Feb 2010)

The Omnicience of God (44 min)

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD – David West speaks from Psalm 139 on the omniscience of God past, present and future. He explains that each person in the Godhead shares the characteristic of omniscience in equal measure (Message preached 21st Jan 2010)

The Holiness of God (40 min)

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD – Working from Hebrews 10, Scott Dunn preaches on God’s holiness. He defines his subject and traces how God has revealed His holiness to His people and the world (Message preached 14th Jan 2010)

The Bible and Its Critics (35 min)

PART 3. Peter Scarsbrook preaches on “The Bible and Its Critics”. He traces 2,000 years of attacks on the Bible from ritualists, philosophers, scientists, historians, sects and scoffers and refutes them all (Message preached 18th December 2008)

The Bible and Its Capabilities (41 min)

PART 2. Peter Scarsbrook preaches on “The Bible and Its Capabilities”. The Bible is able to convict, convert, cleanse, counsel and comfort. An excellent, uplifting word of ministry (Message preached 11th December 2008)

The Bible and Its Contents (39 min)

PART 1. Peter Scarsbrook preaches on “The Bible and Its Contents”. He gives a broad outline of early Genesis before tracing four threads through the Bible – humanity, Israel, the Messiah and the church (Message preached 4th December 2008)

The Doctrine of Eternal Security (52 min)

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)

The Doctrine of Salvation (55 min)

FAITH & SALVATION – Walter Boyd preaches on the subjects of faith and salvation. He explains that salvation has a past, present and future aspect and reveals nine blessings that came to us the moment we were saved (Message preached 26th June 2008)

The Doctrine of the Afterlife (31 min)

HEAVEN & HELL – Kevin Oh preaches on the doctrine of the afterlife under the headings of Region, Reality, Recompense, Rejection and Relevance. A clear exposition of the subject (Message preached 19th June 2008)

What is Repentance? (41 min)

REPENTANCE – Michael Browne preaches on the vital doctrine of repentance. He contends there is no salvation without it. He defines the meaning and relevance of this subject in today’s evangelism (Message preached 12th June 2008)

The Doctrine of Sin (37 min)

SIN – Michael Penfold defines the doctrine of sin, outlining its origin, results & scope, as well as explaining its relation to the law & judgment of God. Also included is a look at the believer’s standing & state (Message preached 5th June 2008)

What is Redemption? (34 min)

REDEMPTION – Norman Clay teaches on the subject of redemption, outlining the price paid through the Saviour’s precious blood to set free the slaves of sin (Message preached 14th June 2007)

What is Justification? (23 min)

JUSTIFICATION – Gwyn Cummins teaches on the subject of justification by faith, expounding its significance as the way in which sinners are declared righteous before God (Message preached 7th June 2007)

What is Sanctification? (39 min)

SANCTIFICATION – Kevin Oh teaches on the subject of sanctification, outlining the difference between positional sanctification at conversion and ongoing daily sanctification in the life of a believer (Message preached 17th May 2007)

What is Election? (57 min)

ELECTION – Walter Boyd teaches on the difficult subject of election. He pays particular attention to Ephesians 1:4 where the saved are said to have been “chosen in Christ” (Message preached 10th May 2007)

What is Regeneration? (40 min)

REGENERATION – Scott Dunn teaches on the subject of regeneration and expounds on the meaning of the new birth by the instrumentality of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God (Message preached 3rd May 2007)

The Righteousness of God (50 min)

Ian Jackson expounds on the righteousness of God from the epistle to the Romans and gives an explanation of how the gospel should be preached (Ministry given 9th April 2007)

What is Propitiation? (37 min)

PROPITIATION – Michael Penfold teaches on the subject of propitiation – the sacrifice of Christ that satisfies the just demands of God against sin and appeases His wrath. He explains that ‘atonement’ is the Old Testament equivalent of the New Testament concept of ‘propitiation’ (Message preached 29th March 2007)

The Ministry of the Holy Spirit (32 min)

Dan Gillies outlines five references to the Holy Spirit in Ephesians and brings practical teaching to bear on subjects like the sealing, filling and grieving of the Holy Spirit (Message preached at Bicester, Easter 28th March 2005)