Gospel Meetings 2010

Gospel Meetings 2010

He Saved Others (45 min)

GOSPEL – Ian Jackson preaches on Matt 27:42 and the three words “He saved others”. He demonstrates that this statement is on the one hand a glorious fact, but if you don’t get saved, could be an eternal expression of regret (Message preached 5th Mar 2010 in Ambrosden Village Hall)

Almost Persuaded (47 min)

GOSPEL – Ian Jackson preaches a stirring message on the text Acts 26:28, “Almost persuaded to be a Christian”. He explains the tragic fact that it is possible to ‘believe’ the whole Bible yet still be lost and go to hell (Message preached 4th Mar 2010 in Ambrosden Village Hall)

Look Unto Me and Be Ye Saved (48 min)

GOSPEL – Ian Jackson preaches on the text, Isaiah 45:22, and relates the story of Charles Spurgeon’s conversion through this verse. He urges his audience to look to the one and only Saviour, the Lord Jesus (Message preached 2nd Mar 2010 in Ambrosden Village Hall)

By Grace You Are Saved (50 min)

GOSPEL – Ian Jackson preaches on the text – Eph 2:8-9 – His points were: 1. You can be saved 2. You can know you are saved 3. You weren’t born saved, and 4. You don’t deserve to be saved (Message preached 28th Feb 2010 in Ambrosden Village Hall)

What Must I Do to be Saved? (49 min)

GOSPEL – Ian Jackson preaches on the text – Acts 16:30-31 – “What must I do to be saved?” He makes an earnest appeal to his audience, asking “What will it take for you to be saved?” Indeed, what will it take? (Message preached 27th Feb 2010 in Ambrosden Village Hall)

Enter In At The Strait Gate (47 min)

GOSPEL – Ian Jackson preaches on the text – Matt 7:13 – “Enter in at the strait gate”. A searching message on eternity, and the broad and narrow way. Which road are you on? (Message preached 23rd Feb 2010 in Ambrosden Village Hall)

He That Believeth Hath (48 min)

GOSPEL – Ian Jackson preaches on the text – John 3:36 – and the contrast “believeth” or “believeth not”? A challenging message that urges sinners to face up to where they stand. Where do you stand? (Message preached 21st Feb 2010)