John Dennison preaches on the reason why God sent His Son, Jesus Christ, into the world: because humanity is dead, in debt and lost, and can do nothing to save itself. Are you saved? Readings: 1 John 4:9-10, 14. (Sermon preached at the Jackson Gospel Hall annual conference, Michigan, USA, Feb 2023)
Mervyn Hall preaches the gospel from 4 triplets in 1 Peter 2:24: “Who His own self, bare our sins, in His own body, on the tree.” Nothing more is needed: nothing less will do. Are you saved? (Message preached in Chalfont St Peter, 26th Feb 2023).
Mervyn Hall preaches on the text “Christ died for our sins” (1 Cor 15:1-8). The death of Christ was “recorded in history”, “predicted in prophecy”, “verified by personal testimony”, “on behalf of humanity” and “on account of iniquity”. (Message preached in Chalfont St Peter 16th Oct 2022)
Frank Sona preaches the gospel from the contrasting responses of the two thieves who died either side of the Lord Jesus on the day of His crucifixion. (Message was preached in Nash Road Gospel Hall, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 17th April 2022).
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?…
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)
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)
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)
Wesley Martin preaches the gospel from two small expressions in the Bible: “Me the sinner” (Luke 18:13) and “Himself for me” (Gal 2:20). Only if you understand the first, can you really appreciate the second. (Message preached in 2nd Aug 2009)
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