Sermons on Easter Conference 2014 - 10 Messages with Ian Jackson and David Vallance

Sermons on Easter Conference 2014 - 10 Messages with Ian Jackson and David Vallance

His Will – Your Sanctification (42 min)

EASTER CONF 2014 – Ian Jackson preaches on “His Will, Your Sanctification”, and gives a timely and challenging exposition of 1 Thess 4:1-8, highlighting the need for holiness in the life of the believer. He addresses matters of importance amid a climate of moral change in Western culture (Message preached 21st Apr 2014)

Contending for the Faith (41 min)

EASTER CONF 2014 – David Vallance preaches a timely message from the epistle of Jude in which he addresses many of the false teachings that abound in our day. From Jude’s key verse 11, he applies the rebellion of Cain, the greed of Balaam and the pride of Korah to today’s world and makes challenging applications for godly living (Message preached 21st Apr 2014)

The True Meaning of “Christian Liberty” Explained (37 min)

EASTER CONF 2014 – Does “grace” mean a Christian is free to do as he pleases? If we are not under law, does that mean there are no rules at all? What is legalism and what is Christian freedom? David Vallance answers all these questions as he outlines the origin, location, paradox and discipline of Biblical Christian liberty. A vital message (Message preached 21st April 2014)

Save Only in the Matter of Uriah the Hittite (46 min)

EASTER CONF 2014 – Ian Jackson delivers a stirring and sobering warning about the danger of moral failure in the life of a believer. If David can fall (1 Kings 15:1-5) none of us can afford to be complacent. Ian also gives a helpful explanation of Christ’s work as “the advocate” who works for the restoration of erring believers (Message preached 21st April 2014)

GOSPEL The Prodigal Son and Few Are Saved (49 min)

EASTER CONF 2014 – GOSPEL – David Vallance preaches on the lostness of humanity from the 3 parables in Luke 15, and Ian Jackson presses home the import of the question posed to the Lord Jesus in Luke 13:23, “Lord, are there few that be saved?” (Messages preached 20th April 2014)

What Kind of Music and Singing are Suitable for Christians? (36 min)

EASTER CONF 2014 – David Vallance gives useful guidelines to help Christians make godly music and hymn singing choices. He examines CCM (“Contemporary Christian Music”), and on numerous levels – lyrics, music style, authors – finds it to be greatly inferior to that which preceded it…the “great hymns of the faith”. Despite the emotive nature of this topic, David approaches it dispassionately, intelligently and informatively. This message will repay repeated listening (Message preached 20th April 2014)

Bible Reading in Hebrews Ch 2 (1 hour 33 min)

EASTER CONF 2014 – Ian Jackson opens up Hebrews Ch 2 and leads the company through a study of this glorious passage which portrays the Son of man as greater than angels in both rule and redemption. A profitable and helpful session of teaching and discussion (Bible Reading from April 20th 2014)

Is Matthew 18:20 really about our “Ground of Gathering”?

EASTER CONF 2014 – David Vallance preaches on Matthew 18:20 (“For where 2 or 3 are gathered together in My name…”) and defends the view of this verse which takes it to be foundational in relation to the gathering together of the local assembly throughout the church dispensation. This message is deliberately technical in some parts and includes an in depth examination of the Greek text behind the verse (Message preached 19th Apr 2014)

He Endured! (36 min)

EASTER CONF 2014 – Ian Jackson preaches on the endurance of Christ in the face of the “contradiction of sinners against Himself” and urges his audience to likewise endure, looking to Him and considering Him (Message preached 19th Apr 2014)

What is Fellowship? (45 min)

EASTER CONF 2014 – David Vallance preaches on the vital Biblical subject of fellowship. He distinguishes between “family fellowship” on the one hand, which all believers enjoy by virtue of being saved and in the family of God, and “assembly fellowship” on the other hand, which can be enjoyed by those who have been baptised and added to a local company of believers (Message preached 17th Apr 2014)