Sermons on Historical Recordings

Sermons on Historical Recordings

Albert Hull – “One Unique Unrivalled Man” (22 min)

YESTERDAY’S VOICES – PART 7 – Albert Hull (1936-2015) preached the gospel and taught the truth of God for several decades mainly in Nova Scotia and other parts of Canada and North America. He was a warm-hearted, earnest and much loved servant of the Lord, who was never happier than when he was preaching the gospel of Christ to perishing sinners. Here he is, just 2 years before his homecall, preaching the gospel to a large audience at the “Island…

Jack Hunter – “Enoch Walked With God” (28 min)

YESTERDAY’S VOICES – PART 6 – Jack Hunter (1916-1994) from Kilmarnock, Scotland, was a gifted and much used preacher of the Word of God. A man short of stature, with a tiny Bible and no notes; yet to hear him was never to forget the challenge of the verses he expounded. In this classic sermon on the life of Enoch, Mr Hunter brings the challenge of living to this one standard – “pleasing God”. That was the secret of Enoch’s…

Sydney Maxwell – How I was Saved, Baptised, and Gathered unto Him (27 min)

YESTERDAY’S VOICES – PART 5 – Sydney Maxwell (1919-1993) relates the thrilling story of his salvation and how he saw the truth of baptism and gathering to the Lord’s name. Sydney was willing to go where the Word of God led him, no matter the cost, so when he learnt the truth of the local assembly (under the wing of a “Sunderland” in the Shorts aircraft factory in Belfast) he did not hesitate to go “unto Him, outside the camp,…

Harold Paisley’s Testimony and Call to the Work (83 min)

YESTERDAY’S VOICES – PART 4 – In Toronto, Canada, in 1956, on the final night of 5 weeks of gospel meetings, Harold Paisley (1924-2015) related how, when and where he was saved by the grace of God. At the outbreak of World War 2, at age 15, running from his godly upbringing, he joined the RAF, afterwards joining the Mercantile Navy. Then, coming home, he joined the Police in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, but was dismissed due to a lifestyle of…

Frank Knox’s Testimony (57 min)

YESTERDAY’S VOICES – PART 3 – The evangelist Frank Knox (1894-1975) preached annually for many years in a large Tent in Belfast to thousands of people. His labours were blessed with many souls being awakened and delivered, even as World War 2 raged on. His own story of conversion, recounted by Mr Knox in this old recording, is full of interest and power. Awakened to see he was “condemned already” – under the preaching of David Rea and Alex Jardine…

Albert Ramsay’s Testimony and Call to the Work (50 min)

YESTERDAY’S VOICES – PART 2 – In 1985 Mr Albert Ramsay (1913-1933) came from Canada to preach in various parts of the UK. While there he recounted the thrilling story of his conversion to Christ back in June 1934 at “Gambles Corner” in Prince Edward Island under the preaching of Albert Joyce and the Harris brothers (Herb and Russell). Around 30 souls were saved during that series of Tent meetings and a New Testament assembly was formed on the island.…

Eddie Fairfield’s Testimony and Call to the Work (86 min)

YESTERDAY’S VOICES – PART 1 – In 1983 Mr Eddie Fairfield (1902-1994) came to Hebron Gospel Hall, Bicester, and on a Saturday afternoon told the remarkable story of his conversion to Christ and his subsequent call to the Lord’s work in Venezuela (back in the 1930’s). It proved to be an unforgettable meeting, full of interest and power, as Mr Fairfield giving eloquent testimony to the reality of the work of God in a life surrendered to Him.

Daniel’s 70 Weeks Expounded (79 min)

Tom Ledger gives an 80 minute exposition of Daniel’s ’70 weeks’ from Daniel Ch 9. This passage forms the backbone of prophetic truth, and an understanding of it opens up the whole scheme of prophecy to the Bible student. Mr Ledger gives a thorough explanation of the subject from a pre-tribulational pre-millennial position (Message given 26th Dec 1985)

Ecumenical “Crusade” Evangelism Exposed (54 min)

Tom Ledger gives an hour-long exposé of ecumenical “crusade evangelism” of the type conducted by Billy Graham and others in the second half of the 20th century. Mr Ledger, once an enthusiastic supporter of such things, examines both the message and the methods employed at such events, especially the emotional appeals and altar calls that promote “easy-believism” and lead to widespread false profession (Message given 26th Dec 1984)

How The Lord Was Sustained (46 min)

Northern Irish evangelist Albert McShane, on his first ever visit to an assembly in England, gave a unique devotional message on the life of Christ at our August Conference in 1977. He then stayed on for a week of Bible readings and gospel meetings (Message preached 7th Aug 1977)