Bibleden consists of Bible talks and sermons for you to use freely. It is gradually being developed (commenced February 2013), so some sections are in a more advanced state than others. Much of the material has been taken more-or-less directly from sermon notes, outlines of messages and activities with children.

As always, it is essential to be prayerful and careful in handling eternal issues. Only the Holy Spirit can reveal truth and expose error so, as with all things, a reliance on his guidance and authority to effect change in people’s lives remains the priority. I urge readers to approach these truths with an open heart and mind.

Categories in Bibleden include: Old Testament, New Testament, general Themes and Topics, the person of Jesus, and resources for children and family services.

Someone has said of the Bible:

It contains the mind of God, the state of man, the way of salvation and the happiness of believers. It is a light to direct you, food to nourish you and comfort to cheer you. It is the traveller’s road map, the pilot’s compass, the soldier’s weapon and the player’s game plan. It is a mine of incredible joy. Its doctrines are holy; its precepts are binding; its histories are true and its decisions immutable. Christ is its grand subject, your good its design, and the glory of God its end. Read it to be wise; believe it to be safe; practise it to be spiritually healthy. Read it slowly, frequently and prayerfully. Let it fill your memory, rule your heart and guide your steps. It is given to you in life; it will be opened at the judgement and be remembered forever. It involves the highest responsibility; it will reward the greatest labour; and will judge those who trifle with its sacred contents. The Bible is “The word of our God, which shall stand forever” (I Peter 1: 25). (Anonymous)

The site is being created by a preacher from Devon, England, who has been privileged to spend over forty years in speaking and teaching in churches and chapels. The author was previously a teacher and university professor. Naturally, the content of this site, its format, illustrations and spelling, reflects the background and experience of the author. Readers outside the UK will have to persevere with the terminology and examples! Nevertheless, I trust that it will be a blessing, comfort and challenge to anyone who uses it. To God be the glory. Jesus is coming again: Will you be pleased to see Him?