Sermons on Gospel Meetings '11 with Gene Higgins - Selected messages

Sermons on Gospel Meetings '11 with Gene Higgins - Selected messages

When I See the Blood (40 min)

GOSPEL – On the closing night of the series, Eugene Higgins preaches on the Passover as a picture of salvation. The blood of the lamb made the people safe; the word of the Lord made them sure. A clear gospel presentation (Message preached 15th April 2011)

The Cities of Refuge (48 min)

GOSPEL – Eugene Higgins preaches an earnest message of warning and entreaty, based on the “cities of refuge” in the Old Testament. He urges his audience to “run and live” or “delay and die” (Message preached 14th April 2011)

The Serpent on the Pole (37 min)

GOSPEL – Eugene Higgins preaches on the “serpent lifted up in the wilderness” as a picture of Christ on the cross. He explains why the dying people needed to look, what they looked at and how they looked. A helpful gospel message (Message preached 13th April 2011)

The 2 Sons and the 1 Son (38 min)

GOSPEL – Eugene Higgins preaches on the two sons and the one Son in the parables of Matthew 21. He delivers a probing perceptive message, ideally suited to children of believers who struggle to find salvation (Message given 9th April 2011)

The Stronger than the Strong Man (38 min)

GOSPEL – In a weighty message about the deceptive power of the evil one to delude and damn souls, Gene Higgins preaches on Christ as the One “stronger than the strong one” (Satan) from Luke 11:21 (Message preached 7th April 2011)

The Good Samaritan (42 min)

GOSPEL – Gene Higgins preaches on the man who lay half dead on the road to Jericho, a picture of the helpless condition of the sinner on the road to ruin without Christ. He closes with a striking section called “It doesn’t have to be this way” (Message preached 6th April 2011)

The Deliverance of Legion (35 min)

GOSPEL – Gene Higgins preaches on the deliverance of the demon possessed man named Legion and exalts Christ as the only one able to deliver from the slavery and tyranny of sin. (Message preached 4th April 2011)