In-depth Bible Teaching from Derek & Hilary Walker, Pastors of Oxford Bible Church, Oxford, England.
Deliverance from the Occult - Peter Hockley
Peter Hockley shares his dramatic testimony of salvation and deliverance from demonic powers after being involved with the occult through automatic handwriting. Hear how Jesus set Peter free from a deep demonic deception and possession. Peter's book 'Four nights with the devil' is available on Amazon.
The GOOD NEWS
The central message of the Bible is the Good News of how we can receive Eternal Life in Heaven as a free gift, even though we are all sinners deserving of Hell. Derek shares how Jesus made it possible for us to be forgiven, and how we can receive salvation by faith. We only have this life to receive God's offer of life, because once we die it will be too late to turn to God.
Encountering Jesus - Peter Hockley
Using many illustrations from the Bible, Peter shares what it is like to encounter Jesus, and how you can encounter Him also. Encountering Jesus is (1) PERSONAL, (2) POWERFUL, (3) PENETRATING, and (4) PERMANENT. He is the light of the world, able to change our darkness into the light of life (John 8:12).
Does the Bible Teach a Pre-Tribulation Rapture? - DEBATE
Debate between Pastor Derek Walker and Dr. Michael Brown. Pastor Derek makes the case for the Pre-Tribulation Rapture, and Dr. Brown for the Post-Tribulation Rapture. Is the Church called to go through the future time of God's wrath? Is the Coming of Christ imminent, or will we face the antichrist first?
Being Willing and Obedient - Hilary Walker
“If you are WILLING and OBEDIENT you shall eat the good of the Land” (Isaiah 1:19). The first key to blessing is a submitted heart, WILLING to do the will of God, whereas unwillingness always produces failure. Hilary illustrates this in the experiences of (1) Caleb and Israel, (2) Jesus' disciples, and (3) Jonah.
The Principles of Prayer (21): Praying in the Spirit
We have a powerful Helper and Prayer Partner, the Holy Spirit. Together with Him we form a Dynamic Duo, for as we call on His help in prayer and depend on Him, He fills us and empowers our praying. We are told to always 'pray in the Spirit' (Ephesians 6:18), so His help must always be available to us, as we trust in Him.