New audio sermons
- KICS talks updated. Two new talks are added weekly.
- Christ: The Author of eternal salvation, a message preached in Garvagh FPC, October 19th, 2017.
- The Ecumenical attempt to undo the Reformation, A message preached in Newtownabbey FPC, October 16th, 2017.
- Matthew’s record of the last words of the Saviour. A message preached in Garvagh FPC, Oct 1st, 2017.
- Nicodemus in the dark, the dawn and the daylight. A message preached in the Lisbellaw Mission, Oct 5th, 2017.
- Putting on Christ, a message preached in Kilskeery FPC.
- The Christian’s duty in a day of national crisis, a message preached in Kilskeery FPC.
Sunday October 29th, 2017
Archbishop’s fears as more Catholic children shun Catholic schools
The price of the betrayal of their people by wicked, abusive priests!!!!! Read more…
Time has to be called on Stormont soap opera: Former Secretary of State Peter Hain
Wisest thing the man has ever uttered!! Read more…
Where is the money, Caitriona? Answers sought over ex-SF MLA’s £55k salary
Answers will be as forthcoming as the response to requests for information put by the families of the ‘Disappeared”!!! Read more…
‘Stormont is no longer fit for purpose’: Wilson
From ‘day one’ Sam, it was unfitted for the government of Northern Ireland for it was an alien, undemocratic form of administration!!! Read more…
Judge rules against student who said homosexuality is sin
This is a foretaste of the anti-christian injustice which is to increasingly come! Read more…
March of Witness & Open Air in Belfast to commemorate the Reformation
Today in commemoration of Luther’s stand for truth and to mark the 500th anniversary of the commencement of the Reformation, despite the inclement weather, a march of witness left John Knox Memorial Free Presbyterian Church and walked down into Belfast City centre and held an open-air outside the gates of the City Hall. Rev Gordon Dane, Deputy Moderator of the Presbytery of the Free Presbyterian Church, was the preacher at the Open-air.
Photographs and a short video have been posted here.
Leo Varadkar (Dublin premier) in dock over Nazi neutrality comments
Worth a read as it reminds us of the pro-Nazi stance of the Irish Republic during WW2. Read the report here.
DUP’s Donaldson appears to welcome possible Pope visit to Northern Ireland: I don’t think the Protestant community reaction would be negative
The DUP is setting out the ‘Welcome Mat’ for the pope. Changed days indeed and not for the better!
Mr Donaldson’s Church Confession states: “There is no other head of the Church, but the Lord Jesus Christ; nor can the Pope of Rome, in any sense, be head thereof; but is that Antichrist, that man of sin, and son of perdition, that exalteth himself, in the Church. against Christ and all that is called God.” (WCF chapter 25:Paragraph 6.)
How can he welcome one such as is described here. Read the Belfast Telegraph report here.
NI abortion law ‘degrades women,’ Supreme Court is told
If these evil people call measures to safeguard the unborn, “degrading”, just what do they call the murder of the unborn???
“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” Isaiah 5:20.
Read BBC news report here.
A barrister has claimed that Northern Ireland’s abortion legislation has “saved 100,000 lives”.
Read the BBC news report here.
‘Big questions’ hover over how republican spent five-figure sum of public cash
There are many questions about Sinn Fein’s ‘finances’! Where there funds came from and what they were spent on???? Read more…
SF disowns issue of ex-MLA’s £55,500 salary as she finally quits post
Sinn Feiner Catriona Ruane came to the conclusion that “now is the time to tender my resignation” just a day after Jim Allister exposed her shameful claiming of Speaker’s wages while not even a member of the Assembly!!!! Read more…
Paul Quinn murder: ‘There was nothing left of Paul to fix after IRA beating’
Sinn Fein has covered up for these murderers. Read more…
The Reformation – A Blessing sent from God and no Tragedy
All this week, the Belfast Telegraph will be carrying a series of articles to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
Today, Mr Alban Maginness, a former barrister, MLA and Lord Mayor of Belfast, writes that the Reformation was “a tragedy that still divides us”
A sermon preached by Rev Brian McClung, minister of Newtownabbey Free Presbyterian Church. More…
The Vision of the Sins of the Rulers of Jerusalem
(Ezekiel 11 – 14)
A message preached by Dr John Douglas at the Sovereign Grace Advent Testimony afternoon meeting of its Spring Conference, April 28th, 2017.
The chapters chosen for our subject are plainly instructive and carry words particularly pertinent to the age in which we live. Yet Ezekiel is a prophecy avoided by all too many of God’s people who feel these visions and these prophecies are beyond them. We do well to remember Romans 15:4, ‘Whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning… ’ Here are words we ought to keep in mind because the Lord says them. While the verse is in the New Testament, the reference is primarily to that which is written in the Old Testament. We are talking about things written specifically for our learning. When you think of that instruction in terms of Ezekiel, it is amazing. The Lord had us in mind in the writing of these chapters in Ezekiel. We can each look at chapters 11 and 12 etc. and say, Here are chapters of the Word of God given for my own edification. Read more…
‘Priests should be allowed to marry’ says Derry clergyman
His reasoning is utterly devoid of any conviction that the doctrine of celibacy, like every other aspect of his church’s teaching, is unscriptural!!!! Read more…
Jim Allister: SF wants Irish language legislation that opens the way to endless legal challenges
Mr Allister emphasises a very important point regarding the Sinn Fein’s demand for an ‘Irish Language Act’.
Readers should understand that in Northern Ireland the Irish Language is taught in every Roman Catholic controlled school and that by public funding. In fact teachers’ wages, building costs and all school supplies have been provided out of public funding for over 50 years, something that does not happen for Protestant schools such as our own here in Kilskeery Free Presbyterian Church. We must finance ALL our expenses. As well as this, there are 29 fully funded ‘Irish-medium’ schools in Northern Ireland. Such favourable financial provision is totally beyond the reach of the Protestant population.
Only Rome would have the brass neck to continue whining and bleating about discrimination and demanding more, of what others never had, in such circumstances!
They are indeed like the crocodile – insatiable!!!! Read more….
Number of Catholics living in Ireland falling, Census data reveals
The number of Roman Catholics in the Republic of Ireland has dropped over the last 5 years by 132,220 while the number of those who said that they had no religion rose to 481,388, over twice that recorded in the census 5 years previously.
I have no doubt that this is the harvest of the awful scandals within the Roman Catholic Church. Read more…
Bishop resigns after Vatican probe into cash and mistress claims
No comment is needed!! Read more…
LTBS for October
During the month of October, 2017, Rev Ivan Foster speaks each Lord’s Day on the 9-00 am ‘Let The Bible Speak’ weekly broadcast on Q101 FM radio, which can be heard online here. The broadcast can be heard in the Omagh/Enniskillen area.
His text is: “And the land shall tremble and sorrow: for every purpose of the LORD shall be performed against Babylon, to make the land of Babylon a desolation without an inhabitant,” Jeremiah 51:29.
There is a prophetic and gospel application to each broadcast. Please pray for this witness.
Message for October 1
Message for October 8
Message for October 15
Message for October 22
Message for October 29
“I am a companion of all them that fear thee, and of them that keep thy precepts,” Psalm 119:63.
A study based upon a sermon preached at the morning meeting in Kilskeery Free Presbyterian Church, 2nd September 1990, by Rev Ivan Foster.
This section of the psalm (verses 57-64) is headed by the Hebrew letter ‘Cheth’. It refers to a ‘fence’ or ‘an allotted portion’. Job 1:8-10 illustrates this. “And the LORD said unto Satan, Hast thou considered my servant Job, that there is none like him in the earth, a perfect and an upright man, one that feareth God, and escheweth evil? Then Satan answered the LORD, and said, Doth Job fear God for nought? Hast not thou made an hedge about him, and about his house, and about all that he hath on every side? thou hast blessed the work of his hands, and his substance is increased in the land,” Job 1:8-10. The word ‘hedge’ is translated ‘fenced’ in Job 10:11. Read more…
Why was ‘celebration of IRA terror’ allowed to go ahead? TUV’s Allister asks police chief
The placatory attitude of our police force under the leadership of Chief Constable George Hamilton, toward murder-glorifing Irish Republicanism, is truly sickening!! Read more…
Republican rally at Stormont child exploitation, says Allister
Mr Allister provides information which is rarely highlighted in the ongoing deceitful campaign by Sinn Fein in which it demands more money for the promotion of a language that is already fully funded in every Roman Catholic state-funded school! Read more…
Defenders of democracy must now unite against extremes of Sinn Fein
Interesting comments in a Dublin-based newspaper. Read the article here.
First same-sex wedding in a UK church exposes rift within Anglicanism
What it will NOT bring about amongst the complainers is an OBEYING OF GOD and a separating from this vile apostasy! The abandoning of God’s Law will continue!
“ . . . . . all the foundations of the earth are out of course. . . . . Arise, O God, judge the earth: for thou shalt inherit all nations,” Psalm82:5, 8. Read more…
Unionists slam EU bid to move border in Ireland – Sinn Fein backs motion
At every turn, republicans, aided by the Dublin government, seek to remove Northern Ireland from the UK. Read more here…
Nelson McCausland: Throwing some light on to the long-standing republican connections of Gaelic League
Read the article here.