The Elder Brother.

Pastor Vic, with this message, shows us that the parable of the Prodigal Son is about law and grace.

It shows us that we no longer have to work for blessings from Our Father and that our sins are no longer imputed to us!

The elder brother is a picture of the Old Covenant Law that, as a born again believer, you are no longer under!


Law or Grace?

As a born again believer do you walk your Christian walk under law or grace?

Do you reach out to God through the law and not by faith?

Like John the Baptist, do you question the sufficiency of Christ?

With this message, Pastor Vic exhorts the born again believer to accept that we live under grace and not law; because of Jesus Christ the law is not for the New Covenant, post cross believer.

Listen and you will hear that John the Baptist is a shadow of the Old Covenant law and why it had to be John the Baptist to baptise Jesus!


You are an overcomer!

Do you allow circumstances to negatively influence what you know God has put on your heart?

Through sharing personal testimony, Nunsy Cameron shares how God's Word has given her strength, comfort and assurance during a recent period of doubt.

Just like John the Baptist, we are all capable of allowing circumstances to make us doubt God's plan and purpose for our life.

We need to keep on keeping on and trust the promises of God that are in His Word. He will never leave us nor forsake us. Hebrews 13 v 5.


The Gospel in 7 Churches!

Following up the series on the first 3 chapters of the Book of Revelation, Sean Mason-Corkery guides us through the meanings of the names of the 7 churches.

You will hear that the Gospel, the Good News, is revealed through the 7 churches and that the finished work of the cross is central to our faith in Jesus!

NB: Be prepared with pen & paper to write down the many scripture references!


Revelation #9

In the final message of this series, based on the first three chapters of the Book of Revelation, Pastor Vic once again exhorts the listener to know and understand that Our God is loving and compassionate.

We hear that the pastor of the church at Laodicea was lukewarm. This is pointed out to him and he is given loving advice and encouragement to help him get things in line with God.

Traditional teaching has given a wrong understanding of chastisement and repentance; we need to recognise that the Lord is a loving heavenly Father who wants the best for us; right here, right now!


Revelation #8

Are you a born again believer who believes that they are not 'good' enough to be used by God?

Do you think that you are not worthy; not strong enough; not mighty enough to be used by God?

Well the good news is that, if you are thinking along those lines, you can and will be used by God!

Listen to God through this message and begin to find out why you can be used by Him!


NB: At 25.06 into the message, Techy Dave reads out a line of Scripture; this has been done due to a recording glitch!



Sunday 12 August 2018

Greetings from Moray Grace Fellowship, northeast Scotland.

No message this week as we had a time of extended worship and fellowship business reports.

Be blessed and be a blessing!


Revelation #7

We move into chapter 3 of the Book of Revelation with this message.

We hear, from Pastor Vic, that the pastor of the church at Sardis is being told to stand fast and to not forget that the church is under grace and not law.

This pastor has had a good reputation but, just like the church today, needs to be careful and aware that grace is a gift of faith and not of works.

We are given a warning about slipping into legalism!


NB: Apologies for the electronic interference!



Revelation #6

In this message, Pastor Vic exhorts us to be aware of false teachers.

What does the Word say about false teachers and how can we identify a false teacher?

We are encouraged to look to Jesus as the 'real deal'; the one true teacher!


What has Jesus already done?

Through being open to God's direction, Pastor Vic, with this message, takes an unplanned break from The Book of Revelation.

This message exhorts us that we need to know, understand and believe, what the Word of God says about who Jesus is and why He came down to earth.

We need to be aware of, 'the tradition of men' - Colossians 2 v 8, and we need to be aware that we are, 'rightly dividing the word of truth.' - 2 Timothy 2 v 15.