Sermons on Gospel
Acts 12:12 Mark 14:50-52 1 Peter 5:13 Acts 12:25, 15:37-39; Philemon 1:24, 2 Timothy 4:11, Colossians 4:10 Mark 1:1 1 Samuel 31:9, 2 Samuel 4:10 Isaiah 41:27, Isaiah 61:1 Isaiah 40:9, Isaiah 52:7 The Gospel isn’t meant to massage your life. It is meant to save your soul.
John 21:1-12 I. Be faithful in spite of the past John 21:15-17 II. Be Faithful in Spite of the Present John 21:18-19 III. Be Faithful in Light of the Future Ephesians 5:18
Big Idea: The gospel message breaks down before it builds up. Acts 24:1-9 The truth of the Gospel offends people as it breaks down their foundational beliefs. Acts 24:10-21 The foundational truth of the Gospel is that it doesn’t break down the law, it fulfills it. Acts 24:22-27 The foundation of the Gospel is righteousness, self-control, and preparing for Jesus’ return. People either love or hate that God is asking for faith and surrender.
Acts 14 Sermon Big Idea: Paul and Barnabas were not swayed in preaching the gospel, just like a Christian mother is not swayed in training her kids in the way of Jesus. V. 1-7 Paul and Barnabas had a routine, and so did Satan. V. 8-18 Miracles don’t save, the Word of God does. V. 19-23 Satan was persistent, but so were Paul and Barnabas. V. 24-28 A good report is when it is focused on God. Mom’s reflect Jesus How COVID has affected us
Sermon Scripture: Acts 9:32-43 Sermon Big Idea: The power of Jesus is still active through his disciples. Acts 9:32-43 From one perspective, these stories are about the healing of two faithful witnesses. From another perspective, these stories are about Peter following Jesus’ example. From still another perspective, these stories are about a place where God was disobeyed becoming a place where God will be obeyed and proclaimed. Our perspective: God has called us to be faithful servants. God has called How COVID has affected us
Native missionary Ahtapa Sinlee shares his passion for evangelism and work in Thailand with Asian Gospel Outreach.
Sermon Scripture: Luke 21; Acts 2 Sermon Big Idea: Peter, the fisherman, is called to fish for men. He shares his testimony of Jesus while frying fish on an open fire. Why did Jesus say 2 swords were enough? Do you think Peter’s denial of Christ was prompted by fear or confusion? What is your comfort zone or security blanket that may be hindering you from serving Christ fully? Was 153 the largest catch Peter and the Apostles were involved How COVID has affected us
Romans 12:9-15:21 Marks of a Christian Matthew 22:36-40 John 13:35 John 3:16 Love each other (12:9-21; 13:8-14; 14:1-23; 15:1-7) With actions Without judgment With inaction Respect the laws of the land (13:1-7) With humility Without ignorance Preach the Gospel (15:8-21 and Isaiah 66:19; 2 Timothy 4:1-2) With words With new ears
Shoes and Socks God loves you – John 3:16, Romans 5:8The Gospel – 1 Corinthians 15:1-10a, Mark 1:16, Isaiah 52:7 Mission: …helping people journey with Jesus – 1 John 2:6, Matthew 28:18-20 Vision: Seek Scripture – Mark 1:21-22 Sharpen and be Sharpened – Mark 1:16-20, 3:13-14 Show Compassion – Mark 1:40-41, Matthew 14:13-14 Serve Sacrificially – Mark 10:43-44, John 13:14, 1 Corinthians 12:14,27 Practically Speaking:Always Celebrate Bible reading and teach from the BibleBe a part of: Life Groups, Titus 2, How COVID has affected us
Luke 19:1-10 Sermon Big Idea: Truly inviting Jesus to our feast is to let him be the host. Short in stature, short in morals, but a tall stack of money had he. Zacchaeus couldn’t resist the desire to see Jesus. What identified Zacchaeus was replaced with Jesus. Jesus healed another blind man. Jesus became the host of Zacchaeus’ house by way of salvation.