Category: Sermon Outlines (Page 25 of 25)

How to be baptized by the Holy Spirit and what to expect afterwards?

How to receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit and what to do afterwards?

Introduction

I was compelled to write this article because of two needs that the modern church seem to have.

(A) The high percentage of believers who have never received the Spirit baptism.

(B) Their inadequate knowledge about the Spirit baptism and its purpose.

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Sermon: Why we mustn’t worry or feel anxious?

Sermon - What the Bible teaches about worry and anxiety

Introduction

In this chapter Jesus recognized the three basic needs every man has. Namely clothes, food and medicine. In Jesus’ time the average life expectancy of an individual didn’t exceed 40 years due to sickness and hardships. Continuous supplies of food and clothes were rare and considered a luxury. People were often worried and anxious about how to meet these needs. Then one day Jesus told them to not to worry. He placed three reasons before them.

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Sermon: The Narrow and wide gates

Sermon Narrow and the wide gates Matthew 7:13-14

Introduction

The ancient Jewish temples had many entrances to them. Among those were broad and tall entrances as well as narrow and short. Entering through the wide gates was obviously easier while it was almost impossible to enter by the narrow gates without stooping down and  brushing one’s self against the wall.

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Sermon: The parable of the Vine and the branches

The parable of the Vine and the branches

Introduction

Jesus used the parable of the vine and vineyard, a common feature of Palestinian life that would have been familiar to the disciples in order to teach them the importance of the believer’s relationship with Christ.

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Sermon: David’s psychological battle with Goliath

Sermon David’s psychological battle with Goliath

Introduction

US military analysts say attacking the enemy’s mind is among the chief strategies many modern armies use in order to catch their adversaries off-guard. They say that psychological warfare is actually capable of defeating the enemy without even engaging them.

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