Sermon #7 from the Series: Ruth: From Ruin to Redemption Sermon Outline 1. The Plan2. The Proposal 3. The Problem 4. The Promise 5. The Provision Sermon in a Sentence In His pure and holy love, our Great Redeemer protects us from the penalty of sin and provides us with abundant grace by paying the price for our redemption.
Sermon #6 from the Series: Ruth: From Ruin to Redemption Sermon Outline 1. Complaint 2. Confrontation 3. Curiosity 4. Confession 5. Caution Sermon in a Sentence Today can make a difference in your life if you will choose to look at your circumstances through the lens of God’s providence and behold the lovingkindness of Jesus Christ the Redeemer.
Sermon #5 from the Series: Ruth: From Ruin to Redemption Sermon Outline 1. The Weightiness of Favor 2. The Wonder of Favor 3. The “Why” of Favor Sermon in a Sentence God demonstrates His favor by pursuing the outcast, protecting the weak, providing for the hungry, and pouring His grace upon the needy so that our faith may be strengthened, and our souls may be satisfied.
Sermon #4 from the Series: Ruth: From Ruin to Redemption Sermon Outline 1. Afflicted by the Almighty2. Appointed by the Almighty Sermon in a Sentence To say that God is sovereign but not good – or to say that good exists apart from God’s sovereignty – are both theological fallacies that can lead to bitterness and blindness.
Sermon #3 from the Series: Ruth: From Ruin to Redemption Sermon Outline 1. In despair, Naomi returned bitter.2. In desertion, Orpah returned backward.3. In devotion, Ruth returned blessed. Sermon in a Sentence Often paved with loss, sacrifice, and uncertainty, the road to return can tempt us to abandon our faith in God, or to become bitter at Him; yet when embraced by faith in full devotion to Him, it will ultimately lead us to eternal blessing, satisfaction, and joy in…
Sermon Outline 1. Crisis: Dark Days and Deprivation2. Compromise: A Detour Became a Destination3. Consequences: Death and Desperation4. Choice: A Decisive Step in the Right Direction Sermon in a Sentence When your detour away from the Lord has brought you to a dead end, you must decide to turn back and take a step in the right direction.
Sermon Outline 1. A Story of Loss and Grief2. A Story of Loyalty and Faithfulness3. A Story of Redemption and Blessing Sermon in a Sentence Through Jesus our Redeemer, God demonstrates faithful kindness to those who are far off from HIm because of their sin.
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Mark 2:1-12 Sermon Outline 1. They Have a Desire to be in the Presence of Jesus – v1 – 22. They have a Devotion to the Word of God – Mark 2 v 2b3. They have Dedicated People to the Work of God – v3
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 Sermon Outline 1. Repetition2. Unity3. Remembrance4. Proclamation5. Examination SERMON IN A SENTENCE The repeated celebration of the Lord’s Supper unites believers together in remembrance of Christ’s sacrifice, proclamation of the gospel, and obedience to the Lord Jesus.
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Romans 12:2-21
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: James 2:1-13 Sermon #3 from the series: Letter to the Dispersed Church Sermon Outline 1. We are captivated by the glory of Christ.2. We are gripped by the grace of Christ.3. We are devoted to the law of Christ.4. We are cognizant of the judgement of Christ.5. We are a reflection of the mercy of Christ SERMON IN A SENTENCE When we recognize that we are the image bearers of God filled with the grace ofGod while focusing…
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 28:30-31, 2 Timothy 4:6-8 Sermon #44 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel Sermon Outline 1. Epilogue 2. Epitaph SERMON IN A SENTENCE May your epilogue and epitaph be that you were a faithful follower of Jesus to the very end.
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 28:11-31 Sermon #43 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel 1. An Undeniable Fulfillment 2. An Unwavering Commitment 3. An Unhindered Gospel SERMON IN A SENTENCE Knowing that the gospel cannot be stopped and will ultimately triumph over every worldly and spiritual hindrance, the unending mission of the church is to stand on God’s promises and proclaim the life-giving message of forgiveness of sins through faith in Christ until He comes.
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: John 6 SERMON IN A SENTENCE God’s tests are designed to show His character and strengthen our faith Sermon Outline 1. God’s tests are revealed in our __________________________ situations. 2. Our ______________________________ response reveals our level of faith. 3. God’s __________________________ overrides our can’t. 4. God’s tests _________________________ His character
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 27:1-44 Sermon #41 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON IN A SENTENCE When navigating life’s storms, we behave most like Christians when we honestly acknowledge the storms and actively, boldly, and confidently trust God in the midst of them.
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 25:13 – 26:32 Sermon #40 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON IN A SENTENCE While the prideful and foolish world views the resurrection of Jesus as crazy and inconsequential, the humble and wise Christian recognizes it as the most important event in history SERMON OUTLINE Tricky Problem Turning Point Tragic Pride
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 24:27 – 25:12 Sermon #39 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON IN A SENTENCE God knows what He’s doing, so trust in His plan, His power, and His promises. SERMON OUTLINE Though God’s plan may be puzzling, it is still perfect. Though God’s sovereignty may be shrouded, it is still supreme. Though God’s decrees may be delayed, they are still dependable.
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 24:1-27 Sermon #38 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON IN A SENTENCE The gospel of Christ must be fearlessly proclaimed and never foolishly postponed. SERMON OUTLINE The Flattering and Falsifying Prosecutor The Forthright and Factual Prisoner The Flagrant and Foolish Procrastinator The Faithful and Fearless Preacher
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 23:12-35 Sermon #37 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON IN A SENTENCE Our circumstances may be difficult and our burdens heavy, but we can rest the full weight of our every concern on the One who holds the whole world in His hands. SERMON OUTLINE Nefarious Conspiracy Necessary Conjunction Nephew’s Confession Numerous Chaperones
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Acts 22:30 – 23:11 Sermon #36 from the series: Acts: The Advance of the Gospel SERMON IN A SENTENCE When the pain of your past, the prospect of your future, or the problems of today discourage you, be encouraged by the Lord’s presence, praise, and promise – He is with you, He is for you, and He is not finished with you. SERMON OUTLINE We should be encouraged by His presence: The Lord is with us. We should…