This website contains many of the messages preached by Rev. Eric J. Alexander during his time as minister of St Georges' Tron Parish Church, Glasgow, Scotland.
It is titled JesusFocus.com because that best describes the basic teaching in his messages. More specifically, Rev. Alexander's messages are timeless,
Bible centered, and focus upon the three-fold Trinity of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. With that foundation, they highlight
what the Bible says about our spiritual growth,
our dependence on God, and our responsibilities towards each other.
These messages have been authorized by Rev. Eric J Alexander for free distribution, provided that they are unaltered, copied in full and their
source properly acknowledged, and provided no charges are involved. Some of them are also available individually at his own website
Further information may be obtained from Laurence [at] TruBee.net
The audio player above is designed for use with your web browser. The following button demonstrates how to use it.
A different way to access the sermons is to download one or more of the series which contain them. Downloading sermons this way enables easier and faster phone access, plus independence from Internet availability and the unpredictability of changing times. It will also facilitates their use in different parts of the world, which is encouraged.
Instructions for unzipping the downloaded files and moving them to a music player on your phone or computer, are included below.
Clicking any of the buttons below will download a zipped file containing the sermons from a particular series. The files include mp3 file labels which enable easier organization and playback on modern smartphones.
New Testament Downloads
Old Testament links
The music player used in this website (v1.1.15) is based on demonstration code developed, and made available at no cost, by CodingNepal. In the spirit of his generosity, and that of the Rev. Eric J Alexander, the HTML coding for this website may be downloaded from this link.
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Click a sermon to play, or click the icon to send a link