The Cross of Christ

9 sermons

Is Time Running Out?

Robert Cunville

keywords: cross, life, trust, tests

Time and life are tied together; they are a trust and a test, and the foot of the Cross marks the dividing line of time!

Wisdom In The Cross!

Alex Ross

keywords: cross, power, wisdom, philosophy

In this compelling sermon, Alex demonstrates how wisdom, scholarship and philosophy by themselves have to give way to the preaching of the Cross - when God's Wisdom and power take over!

Why is the Cross Powerful?

Alex Ross

keywords: The cross, gospel offence, power

Stories and illustrations about in this sermon, as Alex demonstrates how, across history, the message of the Cross- stands its early image as a stumbling block and an offence right on its head!

A Finished Work

Paul Blackham

keywords: Finished, the cross, rest

The dying word of Christ – ‘Tetelestai!’ (Finished) is taken up by Paul Blackham, and – with stories from Christian history, coupled with enthralling references from Genesis onwards - we gain an awareness of how the finished work can apply to an individual, a household, a nation, the world!

Having 'Calvary' to ourselves

Richard Bewes

keywords: The Cross, Peter, Judas Iscariot

Richard Bewes contrasts Judas Iscariot with the disciple Peter, at the time of Christ's arrest, and then shows how the Cross can make a life-time impact upon ourselves

The God Who Can Forget Sins!

Robert Cunville

keywords: The Cross, sin, forgivness, freedom

Here Robert Cunville draws on this vivid account of the Cross- and the people involved, including the dying thief next to Jesus.

Take up your Cross

Mark Prentice

keywords: Take up the Cross, Fear, Rejection, the World, Likeness to Jesus

The servant is to be like the Master. In this world two camps face each other; don’t then expect the accolades; yet we need not be afraid. Those who are intimate with God are not intimidated!

The eve of the Crucifixion

Rodney Queen

keywords: Falling away, Shepherd, The Father, the Cross, scattered sheep

In this riveting sermon, the disciples - in confusion and even bravado at the prospect of Jesus’ coming ordeal – were challenged by just five words from Jesus: “I will strike the Shepherd” – recalling the prophecy of Zechariah 13:7. What is the Cross all about? May the five words be enough to open or re-open our own eyes!

How do we qualify for Jesus?

Roger Carswell

keywords: Tax collectors and sinners, Pharisees, Lost sheep, Lost son, Penitent Thief, Saul of Tarsus, the Cross

Roger Carswell draws upon numerous events and people, during Christ’s ministry, as he counters the opinion that Jesus – and Christianity - are for the supposedly ‘good people’ of this world. If Jesus came for sinners, declares Roger, then we all qualify! And if it was not nails, what was it that that kept him on the Cross?