Past Gospel Messages

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Evangelistic Sermons: Messages about the gospel, the good news about Jesus Christ. Who is He? Why did He come to earth? Why did He die? Why do we need Him?

A sermon by Rev. Colin Lewis:

The Truth and the Fruit of the Gospel

Colossians 1.4-5

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A sermon by Rev. Alun McNabb:

How can I be a real Christian?

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Sermons by David Price:

What is your life?

James 4.14: What is your life? The scripture compares it to ‘a vapour’ that will soon ‘vanish away’. Do you presume that you are immortal? Do you not have a premonition that you face judgement? Are you prepared for eternity?

What mean these stones?

A sermon for Remembrance Sunday, based on Joshua 4:21

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Sermons by Jonathan Hunt:

Whose time is it anyway?

From Ecclesiastes 3: We examine King Solomon’s well-known words, and we see the supremacy of God in all matters of time and space. What are you doing with your life – and whose time is it anyway?

Remember your Creator … now!

The great King Solomon urges us to remember our Creator while we are young, and paints a graphic picture of the inevitable ravages of old age. These things teach us the certainty of death and judgment. How can we avoid the tragedy of growing old, and even dying, without God?

Behold the Lamb of God

We look at John the Baptist’s well-known words together. This is a statement that is both startling and stunning, a command, and also a source of great hope and expectation. Why was Christ called ‘The Lamb of God’? What does it mean to us today? Should we not obey the emphatic command to look to Jesus?

The Veil Torn in two

This passage records an extraordinary, meaningful event which occurred at the very moment the Lord Jesus Christ died on Calvary’s cross. He had cried ‘It is finished’ and an amazing work was done. The price for sin was paid for all who believe on Him, and the veil was torn from top to bottom. What does this teach us? Is our trust in Christ alone, who opened up the way into His Father’s presence for sinners like us?

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