Dead, Dieing and Alive Forever

Just added, a new message from Mr Don Stewart (Prestwick) from Ecclesiastes chapter 3 and Ephesians chapter 2:

Dead Dieing and Alive Forever – Ephesians Chapter 2

A Bomb in a Basket

Sometimes we might be tempted to look at the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ and at those who preach the Son of God, crucified, buried, rejected and resurrected, and to scratch our head and wonder; ‘Is that it?’

God was about to change the world forever, through the service of a converted persecutor of the church;Saul of Tarsus. In Acts chapter 9 Pauls ministry gets off to an ignoble start as he is bundled into a basket and lowered down a city wall at night! Is this the man that will turn the western world upside down? Where is the power in that? The ‘dynamite’ of God lay not in who Paul was but in what he had found in Jesus Christ! This was a Bomb in a Basket. Taken from :

The Bomb in the Basket

Gods Last Call – Acts Chapter 9 – Just Added

The Damascus Road conversion of Saul of Tarsus represented a great beginning for both the Apostle Paul, as well as for the spread of the Gospel to the western world. Gods call to Saul not only signalled the beginning of great things to come but it also sealed the end of God calling so clearly from heaven and constantly troubling Sauls conscience. Illumination for Saul in his state of spiritual darkness would come at a painful cost. God would bring him from darkness to light by illuminating him with a darkness yet darker still, a blindness so impenetrably black that God alone could reach through the bleakness of his hungry despair. This was the final opportunity to respond to the God who called from heaven.

Just added a new message preached from Acts chapter 9:

Acts chapter 9 – Gods Last Call – J Stewart Gillespie – 06042014.mp3

A Great Invitation to A Great Salvation

In tonights message Mr David Dunn from Castle Douglas hears again the great invitation of God to all men and women to come and enjoy what He has provided in Jesus Christ. David gives us 4 perspectives on the greatness of this salvation of God:

1 – This Salvation saves you from Hell
2 – This Salvation saves you for eternal Glory
3 – This Salvation comes at Great cost
4 – This Salvation is Great because of the Saviour who provides it

Luke Chp 14 – Great invitation to a Great Salvation – David Dunn – 23032014.mp3

Tell me There’s a Heaven – Just added

Just added, a recording of this evenings Gospel message preached by Mr Robert Revie (Tarbolton):

Tell me theres a Heaven – Robert Revie – 16032014.mp3

Robert examines some of the great questions posed in the book of Job:

“man dies and wasteth away yea man giveth up the ghost and where is he?” (Job 14:10)
“if a man die shall he live again?” (Job 14:14)

and answers them in the light of Jobs trust in a living Redeemer and His expectation of one day seeing God “in the flesh.”