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).
Gene Higgins preaches on the question, “How Long Will Your Journey Be?” from Nehemiah 2, using it as a springboard to warn about the brevity of life and the sobering reality of eternity (Preached in Bicester 15th Nov 2007).
Gene Higgins preaches on the question, “Who Shall Deliver Me?” from Romans 7. He looks at the problem of sin under 4 metaphors and gives the answer through the delivering power of the gospel (Preached in Bicester 13th Nov 2007).
Gene Higgins preaches on the question, “How Can I be Born Again?” from John 3. He outlines the essential need for and the Biblical nature of the salvation experience called the ‘new birth’ (Message preached 12th Nov 2007).
John McCann preaches a solemn gospel message on the subject of hell, and Elton Fairfield closes the meeting with a word on the glorious subject of salvation (Messages preached in Bicester 6th Sept 2007)
John McCann preaches a searching message on the uncleanness of sin and Elton Fairfield adds further weight to it by concluding with a word on the judgment of God (Gospel messages preached in Bicester 3rd Aug 2007)
The Lord Jesus told Nicodemus “You must be born again” (John 3:7). But what does it mean to be born again? Michael Penfold preaches on how to be born again, outlining the need, nature and results of the new birth (Message preached in 2006)
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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