Sermons on Gospel Sermons on the Cross

Sermons on Gospel Sermons on the Cross

The Death of the Cross (20 min)

Andrew Steele preaches the gospel from Philippians 2:5-11, and in particular the expression in v8 “the death of the cross”. The preaching of the cross, though foolishness to the world, is central to the gospel of the Bible and it is precious to those who know Christ as their Saviour. The cross showed the extent of man’s hatred; is the exhibition of God’s heart; and is the essence of the believer’s hope. Do you know the Christ of the cross?…

“Christ Suffered” (48 min)

John Dennison preaches on 1 Pet 3:18 (“Christ has once suffered for sins the just for the unjust that He might bring us to God”), and emphasises the two words “Christ suffered”. The sufferings of Christ were unmatched, were necessary, and accomplished what they were designed for – meeting the claims of God against sin and providing salvation for sinners (Message preached 1st Mar 2020)

The Cross: The Answer (49 min)

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)

The Son of Man Lifted Up (37 min)

Eugene Higgins preaches on the “serpent lifted up in the wilderness” as a picture of Christ on the cross. He explains why the dying people needed to look, what they looked at and how they looked. A helpful gospel message (Message preached 13th April 2011)

The Cross (38 min)

Stan Wells preaches the gospel on the Cross of Christ under the headings: the weight, the women, the writing, the work, the wonder and the words of “the Cross” (Message preached 30th August 2009)

“Himself for Me” (46 min)

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)