Sermons on Greatest Words 2008 with Gene Higgins - 8 Messages

Sermons on Greatest Words 2008 with Gene Higgins - 8 Messages

Words of Assurance (37 min)

Words of Assurance – Gene Higgins preaches on how to be saved and sure you are saved from the Lord’s words in John 5:24 “Verily Verily…he that heareth…and believeth…hath evelasting life” (Message preached 14th Nov 2008)

Words of Warning (42 min)

Words of Warning – Gene Higgins preaches a searching, solemn and powerful message on the Lord’s memorable and startling words: “Remember Lot’s wife” (Message preached 12th November 2008)

Words of Life (38 min)

Words of Life – Gene Higgins preaches on the “serpent on the pole” and the Lord’s words, “As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up” (Message preached 11th Nov 2008)

Words of Encouragement (42 min)

Words of Encouragement – Gene Higgins preaches on Saviour’s words in Mark 12:34: “Thou art not very far from the Kingdom of God.” Prepare for a solemn and searching end to this message (Message preached 10th Nov 2008)

Words of Joy (37 min)

Words of Joy – Gene Higgins preaches on the unique characteristic of the gospel – joy – as illustrated in the Prodigal Son’s experience: “This my son…was lost and is found” (Message preached 8th Nov 2008)

Words of Love (42 min)

Words of Love – Gene Higgins preaches on those most well known of words, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life” (Message preached 9th Nov 2008)

Words of Assessment (38 min)

Words of Assessment – Gene Higgins preaches on the value of the soul from the words of the Lord Jesus: “What shall it profit a man if he shall gain the whole world but lose his own soul” (Message preached 7th Nov 2008)

Words of Salvation (41 min)

Words of Salvation – Gene Higgins preaches on the universal need and availability of salvation from “For God sent not His Son into the world to condemn the world but that the world should be saved” (Message preached 6th Nov 2008)