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Sermon Notes: Lessons on the Gifts of the Spirit

Sermon notes: Lessons on the Gifts of the Spirit

Introduction

The famous song “Nobody’s Perfect” by Miley Cyrus says “Everybody makes mistakes & everybody has those days.” She is right. None of us are perfect. All of us are prone to error and mistakes. The church in Corinth was not an exception. From our studies on the Corinthian Epistles so far, we know our friends in Corinth had some serious issues needed resolving. One of the issues were divisions rooted deep in the lack of a biblically grounded understanding of the spiritual gifts. Paul addressed this issue in depth in 1 Corinthians chapter 12 on which this sermon is based.

Sermon Notes: The Gospel and its Supernatural Power

Sermon Notes: The Supernatural Power in the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Introduction

Research indicates 80% of evangelicals in the US know they are called to evangelize, but 61% have admitted to not having a spiritual conversation with anyone for the past six months. Although church leaders often introduce fresh methods to solve the problem, actually our hesitation to evangelize rests on our unawareness of the supernatural power of the gospel.

Sermon Notes: Jesus feeds five thousand Men

Sermon Notes: Jesus feeds five thousand Men

Introduction

In the New Testament, there are only two miracles recorded in all four gospels. The resurrection and feeding of the 5,000. Today’s message is based on the latter.

Although the four gospels describe the miracle in slightly different ways, all of them describe the outcome in a similar fashion – “And they did all eat, and were filled.” Productivity is a notable fact in Jesus’ ministry and the ministry of the twelve.

Sermon Notes: The Parable of the Sower

Sermon Notes: The Parable of the Sower

Introduction

In Sri Lanka where I was born and raised the people living in the Northern, Eastern and Southern provinces grow Rice for a livelihood. Rice is in great demand in the local market because it is our main diet. To grow Rice you must sow the seeds called Paddy. The sowing is carried out by professional Sowers. Hence the Sower is a common sight in my country. This reminds me of the Parable of the Sower.

There are 46 Parables in the New Testament. The Parable of the Sower is one of the few parables that appear in all three Synoptic Gospels. Let’s consider the narration in the Gospel of Luke Chapter 8. We will read from verses 1 to 15.

Sermon Notes: The Psalm that the Devil can Quote

Sermon notes: The Psalm that the Devil can quote

Introduction

While Psalm 23 (which I covered here) is definitely the most popular Psalm of all, surveys prove Psalm 91 is among the 50 favorite passages of many Christians. Hilariously, some call it the Psalm that the devil can quote because the devil actually quoted it when he tempted Jesus.

Sermon notes: Abraham intercedes for Sodom

Sermon notes: Abraham intercedes for Sodom & Gormorrah

Introduction

There are two cities in the Bible, known even to people who know almost nothing of it. These are the twin cities Sodom and Gomorrah. We can find many sermons based on the destruction of these cities as well as Abraham’s intercessory prayer for their deliverance. This sermon is based on the same, but I want to share some different insights.

Sermon Notes: The Parable of the Rich Fool

Sermon notes: The parable of the rich fool

Introduction

A certain ungodly tavern-keeper who liked music decided to attend one of John Wesley’s meetings to hear the singing. He had resolved, however, not to listen to the sermon. He sat with his head down and fingers in his ears. But when God wants to speak to a man’s soul, He has His ways.

A Fly flew on the man’s nose and when he attempted to drive it away, he heard nine words that changed his life. He heard Mr. Wesley say, “He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.” From that moment he had no rest in his soul. He returned the next night, listened intently and was converted.

Sermon notes: Naaman healed of Leprosy

Sermon notes: Naaman healed of Leprosy

Introduction

In the ancient world, leprosy was a deadly disease because it was incurable. The many references to it in the Bible indicate the decease was widespread. In today’s sermon, we are going to consider an incident surrounding the miraculous healing of one such Leper that lived centuries ago. His name is Naaman.

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