The key issue between God and you is righteousness. In your natural human condition, you are unrighteous. Says the Bible, “There is none righteous, no not one.” Religion cannot change this basic fact. Righteousness is not obtainable by law, works or human effort. However, as Frank Sona explains, through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, God can declare you righteous, without works on your part. Place your faith for salvation in Jesus Christ alone and God will credit righteousness…
On the last night of a series of gospel meetings in Buckinghamshire, England, in 1980, Mr Jim Hutchinson (1920-2011) preached a message on the Philippian jailer who started off asleep, was then awakened, became anxious and was finally assured of his salvation through the person and work of Christ, about which he heard from Paul and Silas in the prison. In over 500 series of gospel meetings, Mr Hutchinson was always the same – steady, simple and earnest in the…
“Salvation was completely different to how I imagined it would be.” Eugene Higgins explains the way of salvation from the last verse of John’s Gospel chapter 3, which reads: “He who believes in the Son has everlasting life; and he who does not believe the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God abides on him” (Jn 3.36). He develops his presentation of the gospel around 4 contrasts in this verse: “Whom”, not “How” “Him”, not “you” “Having”,…
John Fleck preaches from John 4, and in particular v42, on Christ as “the Saviour of the world”, a title used by Leonardo da Vinci in 1500AD for one of his famous paintings. Andrew Steele follows with a contrast between heaven and hell, the two destinies that lie before every one of us. Quote: “The worst thing about hell is to have missed heaven” (Messages preached in Bicester 28th June 2019)
John Fleck preaches on the topic of “rest”. The Requirement, Expense, Simplicity and Time of rest, from Isa 57:20-21, Matt 11:28, Heb 3:3 and Rev 14:9-11. Andrew Steele follows with a look at three “unexpected happenings”: someone privileged who perished; Someone perfect but pierced, and someone poor but pardoned. Note especially the three things the man in hell learnt in Luke Ch 16 (Messages preached in Bicester 25th June 2019)
John Fleck preaches from Acts 16 – the narrative of the Philippian jailer – on the subject of salvation. What we need to be saved from, why we need to be saved and how we can be saved. Andrew Steele follows with a message on “the gift of God” from Romans 6:23. The opposite of the gift, the origin of the gift and the offer of the gift (Messages preached in Bicester 22nd June 2019)
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)
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)
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)
Ian Jackson preaches on the thief on the cross, who was “saved at the last minute”. Mervyn Hall continues the theme with a look at a rebel son who took “a long outbound journey further and further into sin” but repented and began the “hard inbound journey home”. (Message preached 18th July 2014)
Ian Jackson preaches a “back to basics” gospel message giving a clear, straightforward and challenging presentation of three key Bible texts: 1 Timothy 1:15 – “Christ Jesus Came into the World to Save Sinners” Isaiah 53:5 – “But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities, the chastisement of our peace was upon Him, and with His stripes we are healed.” John 3:16 – “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten…
David Gilliland preaches on the gospel sound, settlement, supper, sureness and season, from Isaiah 55. He announces the free offer of salvation in the words of the prophet: “Ho, everyone that thirsteth…come, buy…without money and without price” (Message preached 15th May 2011)
Eugene Higgins preaches on the Passover as a picture of salvation. The blood of the lamb made the people safe; the word of the Lord made them sure. A clear gospel presentation (Message preached in Bicester 15th Apr 2011)
Crawford Brown preaches on a need above every other need (the new birth), a name above every other name (the Lord Jesus), and a night above every other night (salvation) (Message preached Sun 23rd Jan 2011)
Sandy Higgins preaches on the fact and the forgiveness of sins, using Ephesians 1:7 as his text – “In Whom we have redemption through His blood, even the forgiveness of sins.” (Message preached Sunday 17th Oct 2010)
Gene Higgins preaches on the question, “What Shall I Do with Jesus Who is Called Christ?” He highlights the reactions of numerous Bible characters to Christ and asks the hearer to make their own choice. (Preached in Bicester 18th Nov 2007)
Gene Higgins preaches on the Philippian Jailor’s question, “What Must I Do To Be Saved?” from Acts 16 and delivers a helpful message pointing to Christ as the only way of salvation. (Preached in Bicester 16th Nov 2007).
Harold Paisley (1924-2015) preaches the gospel from Luke 15 with particular emphasis on the parable of the Prodigal Son which he likens to himself and his own conversion at the age of 20 (Message preached 4th Nov 2002)
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