Albert Leckie (1920 – 1988)
Albert Leckie was born of believing parents in 1920 in the town of Coatbridge in Lanarkshire. He moved to Airdrie with his parents soon afterward and lived the majority of his life there. God saved him when he was only four and a half years old.
He was very studious at school, topping the class in most subjects. However, his parents, especially his father, placed greater emphasis on reading his bible. When Albert spoke to him about not having the desire to read he stressed that this was reason that he should read more. When he considered that his son was then reading too much he suggested reading less and meditating on it more.
At the age of fourteen, he was employed in a solicitor's office but also attended evening classes in Latin and Greek. He was baptised and received into the fellowship of Hebron Hall in Airdrie when he was fifteen years of age. He studied the scriptures for eight to nine hours each day while he was taking meetings.
His ministry was profitable to all. He preached the gospel in several series of meetings but was better known in the ministry of God's word. His emphasis in the Gospel meetings was on the sufferings of Christ. He would often say "The Lord Jesus endured in three hours what the unrepentant sinner will never exhaust through eternity". He spoke in the opening series of Gospel meetings in Lossiemouth in the North of Scotland in 1954 when five souls were saved. He was also well known for leading many Bible Readings in Largs, Eastbourne, Ayr and London, in conjunction with his close friend Mr. E. W. Rogers.
Albert Leckie was a sympathetic man and was “a succourer of many” who turned to him for advice throughout life. He never married. Despite having a pacemaker fitted he did not slow down teaching and preaching until his death. He was engaged in service on the very evening that he went home to meet his Saviour in 1988.
All messages by Albert Leckie, All messages in English
|Speaker||Title and Tags||Date||Place||Lang|
|Leckie, Albert||The Church-05 Historically p1 Acts 1_1 ~ Westbank Acts||-- 1986 --||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Church-06 Historically p2 Acts 1_9 ~ Westbank Acts||-- 1986 --||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Church-07 Historically p3 Acts 7 ~ Westbank Acts||-- 1986 --||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Church-08 Doctrinally p1 Eph 1 ~ Westbank||-- 1986 --||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Church-09 Doctrinally p2 ~ Westbank||-- 1986 --||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Church-10 Prophetically Rev 1 ~ Westbank||-- 1986 --||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Circle Of Divine Love ~ John 13 John Love||unavailable||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Crucifiction and Death Of Christ ~ John 19 Christ||unavailable||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Day Of The Lord||unavailable||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Deity Of Our Lord Jesus Christ ~ 1John 5 Christ Jesus||unavailable||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Disciple Jesus Loved John 13 ~ Deep Cove Jesus Love||-- 1986 --||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Early Church-01Forty Days Between Resurrection And Ascension Resurrection||unavailable||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Early Church-02 10 Days Between Lords Ascension And Holypirit||unavailable||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Early Church-03 Formation Of The Church||unavailable||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Early Church-04_Problems In TheChurch||unavailable||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Early Church-05-Stephens Address||unavailable||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Early Church-06_The Passing Of The Apostolic Age||unavailable||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Ecumenical Church||-- 1983 --||Trimsaran|
|Leckie, Albert||The Ecumenical Church 1Tim 3_14 ~ Westbank||-- 1984 --||unavailable|
|Leckie, Albert||The Final Rebellion ~ Rev 20||unavailable||unavailable|