Sermons on Job

Sermons on Job

Faith in a Great God (34 min)

EASTER CONF 2018 – Craig Munro preaches on how to make spiritual progress in the midst of loss and disappointment (from Job 36:24-37:24). We need to remember that though God is beyond comprehension, He’s always great; though He is beyond prediction, He always has a purpose; and though He is beyond explanation, He is always just. In his 3 conferences messages, Craig spoke on faith (here), then hope and finally love (Message preached 31st Mar 2018)

Faith in a Great God (34 min)

EASTER CONF 2018 – Craig Munro preaches on how to make spiritual progress in the midst of loss and disappointment (from Job 36:24-37:24). We need to remember that though God is beyond comprehension, He’s always great; though He is beyond prediction, He always has a purpose; and though He is beyond explanation, He is always just. In his 3 conferences messages, Craig spoke on faith (here), then hope and finally love (Message preached 31st Mar 2018)

The Glory of God – His Creation (37 min)

PART 2 – David West preaches on the glory of God in His creation. He takes a tour through Job Chapters 38-41 and surveys God’s three challenges to Job. 1). Can you explain My creation? 2). Can you oversee My creation? 3). Can you subdue My creation? The power, greatness, wisdom and providential care of God, which are manifested in creation, all speak of His glory. All of this is on display 24 hours a day! (Message preached 10th Nov…

A Date that Cannot be Changed (37 min)

Wesley Martin preaches on some things that cannot happen. A date that cannot be changed (Job 14:5), a demand that cannot be challenged (John 3:3) and a divide that cannot be crossed (Luke 16:26). A solemn, powerful message (Message preached 19th July 2012)

Salvation Movements (40 min)

Wesley Martin preaches on “salvation movements” in the Bible – “A Saviour passing by” (Luke 19), “A Sinner passing in” (John 5:24), and “A Soul passing away” (Job 34:20). A clear presentation of the gospel as a final opportunity, a personal opportunity and an eternal destiny (Message preached 17th July 2012)