KICS assembly talks. New series of KICS studies: “They were Bright and Shining Lights.”
- Bright and shining lights: Part 5, Part 6
- Download a zip file of all the recent studies in the Parables here.
- See all the KICS assembly talks listed here
Reading the time on the face of God’s clock Part 5: The utter rejection of God!
Man has ever been pressing toward the utter rejection of God but he has been restricted in his efforts at denial.
Genesis 11:1-9, is an illustration of this fact. Here man is recorded as defying God’s purpose, and that but a short time after the destruction of defiant and rebellious humanity in the days of Noah. Then, as here in this account, God hindered the attempt of ungodly men to initiate their own regime in preference to God and His order.
At the ‘Tower of Babel’ mankind was resolved on rejecting God’s command to repopulate the earth. “Go forth of the ark, thou, and thy wife, and thy sons, and thy sons’ wives with thee. Bring forth with thee every living thing that is with thee, of all flesh, both of fowl, and of cattle, and of every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth; that they may breed abundantly in the earth, and be fruitful, and multiply upon the earth,” Genesis 8:16-17. Read more…
Kilskeery Conference 2019 messages
This year’s conference meetings marked the 70th anniversary 0f the special prolonged season of prayer over four days and nights held in the old Ravenhil church at which the Lord gave assurance that He had heard the prayer for revival. The answers to those prayers saw rich times of God’s blessing in the 1960s and 1970s in the Free Presbyterian Church.
Click on the links below to listen to the conference messages.
- Looking back, looking up, looking forward, Pt1. Preacher: Dr. John Douglas
- Looking back, looking up, looking forward, Pt2. Preacher: Rev. Gordon Dane
- Looking back, looking up, looking forward, Pt3. Preacher: Rev. David McMillan
- Looking back, looking up, looking forward, Pt4. Preacher: Rev. Ivan Foster
The corruption at work in the heart of the FPC!
A message by Rev. Ivan Foster.
O Israel, thou hast destroyed thyself; but in me is thine help, Hosea 13:9.
The word ‘destroyed’ in our text appears first in our Bible in Genesis 6:11. “The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.” The ailment that has ever wrought destruction amongst the people of God is that which was at work in Noah’s day – SIN! We must bear in mind that the Lord Jesus said that the circumstances which brought about the judgment of the world by the flood will return to dominate mankind just before His return! “But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only. But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be,” Matthew 24:36-37. While no man knows the exact day of the Saviour’s return, we are given to understand the atmosphere which will develop just before that day – Rebellion against the word of God and violence!
I think we see just such an atmosphere developing WORLDWIDE today.
Sadly, it must be noted that within the professing Church of Christ this atmosphere is having its effect! Many Christians are persuaded to compromise with the trends of today in order to avoid confrontation and conflict with society. Read more and listen…
The Ulster Protestant and the Williamite wars in Ireland Pt 6: The Protestantism of the Prince of Orange
A man’s faith is not displayed by one word nor is it destroyed by one act. Otherwise we must consider Judas a true believer and David and Peter false and empty professors.
William, Prince of Orange, was not a perfect man. Faults and sins are to be found by those who study his words and actions. Yet I believe it can be truthfully said that the general spirit of William’s words and life is that of a Christian Statesman.
Sam McBride: It is the DUP, not the EU, which has blinked – but Arlene Foster can’t admit that
Even in the world of politics, known for spinning and massaging the facts to suit, the DUP’s denial of a massive Brexit U-turn this week is audacious.
Three weeks ago, The Times’ front page reported that the DUP had handed Boris Johnson a lifeline by agreeing to “shift its red lines in a move that could help to unlock a Brexit deal”.
It reported that “significantly, the DUP has also said privately that it would drop its objection to regulatory checks in the Irish Sea, a measure that it previously claimed was unacceptable as it would separate Northern Ireland ‘politically and economically’ from the mainland.”
The paper said it had been told that the reciprocal move from Brussels would have to be an acceptance that Northern Ireland would not be remaining in the EU customs union.
The story was immediately met with a response from Arlene Foster which was intended to sound dismissive, but was in fact vacuous. Read more…