From the Church in New Cumnock @ Bridgend Gospel Hall

A Soul worth Saving - Mark chapter 7 - JS Gillespie  


Mark chapter 7 verses 24 to 30 record the encounter if a Syrophencian woman with the Lord Jesus at the border of Tyre and Sidon. This woman grasps the opportunity to meet Christ, an opportunity which was quickly to pass. Like blind Bartimaeus, the two blind men at Jericho, Zacchaeus, the woman with the issue of blood and the blind man at the temple in John chpater 9, the passing Jesus of Nazareth was an opportunity to encounter God and find salvation, a once in a lifetime opportunity not to be missed. In humility she comes to Jesus on behalf of her demon possessed daughter seeking just a few crumbs from the masters table. This woman appreciated that it was not her great grasp of a small God that would save and deliver but rather her small, weak grasp of a great God. God does the saving we come in faith. 

Dr J Stewart Gillespie 

A gospel message preached at Bridgend Gospel Hall New Cumnock Scotland

I don't know what I'm looking for but I will know when I find it! Jesus and the feeding of the 5000 - JS Gillespie  


Thousands flock to the Lord Jesus in Mark chapter 6. Whilst this is teh chapter in which we read of the miraculous feeding of the 5000 with 5 loaves and two fishes, yet the emphasis in this section is not on the feeding but on the feeder! The thousands who flock to the desert, find Christ as the supreme draw and attraction and nothing else! As sheep without a shepherd, it would seem that whilst they were drawn to Christ they hardly knew what it was they were looking for! Once they found that peace, meaning, satisfaction and salvation in Jesus then they would know they had found it! In Mark chapter 6 we have Jesus as Saviour, as Shepherd and as Satisfier as He alone feeds and meets the needs of the 5000. 

Dr J Stewart Gillespie 

God's Great Invitation - Matthew chapter 22 - Iain Jamieson  

Matthew chapter 22 describes God's Great Invitation still open to you and I today. We see also the consequences of rejecting that invitation. Upon our response to that invitation hangs our destiny, heaven or hell, to be saved or to be lost. 

Iain Jamieson at Bridgend Gospel Hall New Cumnock

Drawn to Heaven Dragged to Hell - The Man of the Gadarenes - Mark chapter 5 - JS Gillespie  

From the mountain tops to the depths of the grave the man of the gaderenes demon possessed life swung widely between madness and despair. Out of control, out of his mind and out of the city he was left under the the repressive shadow of death and the grave to await his inevitable Satan determined fate. Self harming, self destructive, spiritually chained and ensnared by devils, the worlds only offering was for further chains, physical shackles to add to his spiritual shackles, burden upon burden! Only Christ could and would set him free from the sin and suffering and Satan who had entrapped him. Faith drew him to Christ and to heaven, fear dragged him to hell. The power of the Son of God was all sufficient and His salvation, liberating and life changing. 

A gospel message preached by Dr J Stewart Gillespie Bridgend Gospel Hall New Cumnock.

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