SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 17:16-34 Sermon #27 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON IN A SENTENCE Out of zeal for the Lord and compassion for the lost, we must engageour culture and point them to their only hope – the Lord Jesus Christ. SERMON OUTLINE 1. Paul’s Motive2. Paul’s Method3. Paul’s Message
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 17:1-15 Sermon #26 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON IN A SENTENCE The only hope for an upside-down world to be turned right side up is for the truth of God’s Word to be proclaimed, believed, and obeyed. SERMON OUTLINE Fearlessly declare the truth. Ground it in Scripture. Give it strategically. Guide our hearers to the Savior Faithfully devote ourselves to the truth. Receive it passionately. Research it prudently. Respond to it properly.
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Joshua 4:20-24 SERMON IN A SENTENCE May we always remember what the Lord has done and reveal His glory to our children and to the nations so that all may revere Him and rejoice in His salvation. SERMON OUTLINE Remembrance Revelation Reverence Rejoicing
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: 1 John 2:28-3:3 SERMON IN A SENTENCE As children of God who have been born of Him, belong to Him, and will one day be like Him, we must abide in Him and seek to live holy lives free from fear and shame. SERMON OUTLINE Confidence Identity Expectation
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: James 1:13-27 SERMON IN A SENTENCE Temptation can easily lead us away from God and entangle us in sin but if we know who our fight is against, rely on our ally, have a plan to overcome our temptation and know our strategy for continuing to walk away from our temptation, we will continually walk towards God, grow into the follower He has called us to be, and bring Him the glory He deserves. SERMON OUTLINE Know your…
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: John 3:1-9 SERMON IN A SENTENCE The miraculous birth of the believer is a work of God’s grace wherebynsinners gain eternal life by becoming new creatures through the convicting work of the Holy Spirit who leads them to repentance toward God and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. SERMON OUTLINE The Meaning The Method The Magnitude
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Luke 1:26-38; 2:1-7 SERMON IN A SENTENCE Jesus Christ is the most wonderful, life-changing, and marvelous gift of Christmas because He makes our salvation possible. SERMON OUTLINE Jesus’ miraculous conception makes the inconceivable possible Jesus’ physical birth makes our spiritual birth possible Jesus being divested of His splendor makes our deliverance from sin possible.
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Luke 1:5-25, 57 SERMON IN A SENTENCE The unexpected blessing of a son born to barren parents calls us to believe in Jesus and the promise of God’s Word. SERMON OUTLINE Barrenness Blessing Belief Birth
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: 1 Samuel 1:1-20 SERMON IN A SENTENCE God provided the solution to our greatest problem by devoting His own Son to be our sacrificial Savior. SERMON OUTLINE Hannah’s _______ Hannah’s _________ Hannah’s _________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Hannah’s Problem Hannah’s Payer Hannah’s Promise
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Judges 13:1-5, 24-25 SERMON IN A SENTENCE God sends an upright and undefiled Savior through an unlikely and unsuspecting woman to save an unholy and undeserving people. SERMON OUTLINE The _______ The _________ The _________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ The Setting The Surprise The Savior
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Colossians 2 :6-7 SERMON IN A SENTENCE Lord, help us to be thankful in all things not forgetting your faithfulness, nor being blinded by our circumstances, nor separated from you by our sin, but instead overflowing with gratitude that we are united with Christ. SERMON OUTLINE We are _______. We are _________. We are _________. _____________________________________________________________________________________ We are forgetful. We are blinded. We are separated.
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Psalm 113 SERMON IN A SENTENCE God’s greatness and goodness demand continual praise and thanksgiving. SERMON OUTLINE We should praise and thank the Lord ____ ______ _______. We should praise and thank the Lord because ______ _____ _________. We should praise and thank the Lord because ______ _____ _________. _____________________________________________________________________________________ We should praise and thank the Lord at all times. We should praise and thank the Lord because He is great. We should praise and thank the Lord…
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 16:11-40 Sermon #25 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON OUTLINE A __________________ ________________ Named Lydia An __________________________ ______________ Girl The ______________________ ________________ SERMON IN A SENTENCE The church is made up of very different people from all walks of life who are united together through faith in Jesus Christ.
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 15:36-16:10 Sermon #24 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON OUTLINE 1. The Lord is sovereign over our ________________________ . 2. The Lord is sovereign over our ________________________ . 3. The Lord is sovereign over our ________________________ . SERMON IN A SENTENCE Because the Lord is sovereign over all things that happen in our lives, we must trust and obey Him.
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 15:1-35 Sermon #23 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON OUTLINE The ____________________________________ The _____________________________________ The _____________________________________ SERMON IN A SENTENCE Because He is enough, Jesus plus anything else equals nothing, but Jesus plus nothing else equals everything!
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 14:1-28 Sermon #22 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON IN A SENTENCE Despite life’s roller coaster ride, God’s grace will sustain you as you maintain a commitment to the gospel. SERMON OUTLINE 1. ________________________ _________________________ 2. ________________________ _________________________ 3. ________________________ _________________________
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 13:13-52 SERMON IN A SENTENCE The apex of human history is the promised, crucified, buried, and resurrected Christ in whom we are called to believe, and through whom we are saved and given everlasting life. SERMON OUTLINE The ________________________ Israel’s __________________________________ __________________________________ __________ Story
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 12:25-13:12
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 12:1-24
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 11:18-30 SERMON IN A SENTENCE God prepares us by using every tool at His disposal to make us into humble servants who are increasingly surrendered to the lordship of Jesus. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SERMON OUTLINE ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________