Hell Under Fire

This sobering but highly illuminating sermon sheds light on the biblical doctrine of hell. Highlighting the deficiencies of some of the popular alternatives to hell today, a case is put forth for the historic Christian position on eternal conscious punishment. Christian listeners will bask in the profound and beautiful grace of the cross of Jesus … Continue reading Hell Under Fire

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The Judgement Seat of Christ

If you are saved by grace through faith you have already been declared righteous by faith in Christ; this means that heaven awaits you. Yet whilst it is right to revel in this magnificent truth, often we forget that there will be a judgement of believers too. This sermon unpacks what will happen on that … Continue reading The Judgement Seat of Christ

A Great White Throne

At the great white throne the the unsaved dead of all the ages will receive their final sentence: eternal punishment in the lake of fire. This sermon unpacks what Revelation 20 has to say about this final act of judgement. Unbelievers will be challenged as they listen to ponder just exactly where they will be … Continue reading A Great White Throne

One Minute After You Die

One minute after you die you will either be in a state of indescribable joy or unbearable misery. Where and how you end up depends on the investments into eternity that you have made in this life, not least whether you have made Jesus the Saviour and Lord of your life. This eye-opening sermon unpacks … Continue reading One Minute After You Die

A Song in the Midnight

Do you know how to praise God in your midnight hour? Paul and Silas did; as they faced one of their darkest times, they chose not to complain but instead to pray and to praise - and they literally prayed and praised their way to deliverance! An atmosphere of praise - especially when created together with … Continue reading A Song in the Midnight

Touching Jesus

Many people were healed by the touch of Jesus; usually He touched them but this sermon tells the story of a woman who actually touched Him. Oftentimes Christians can have a passive, one-dimensional approach to their relationship with God: "well, if it be God's will, then I guess He'll just do it for me".  But … Continue reading Touching Jesus

But the Church Prayed

For many Christians and many churches corporate prayer has become an extra-curricular activity, not the indispensable component that it is in the Bible. Drawing on the example of the early church, this sermon reminds us that if we are to be a powerful church then we must also be a prayerful church. You will see … Continue reading But the Church Prayed

Something Missing

The Pentecostal understanding of the baptism of the Spirit is that there is a definite experience of the Holy Spirit to be sought and enjoyed subsequent to conversion that is different from the indwelling of the Holy Spirit which happens at the point of salvation. This means it is possible to be a Christian and … Continue reading Something Missing