Sermon Outline – April 3, 2016

Sermon Outline – April 3, 2016

“My Lord and My God” John 20: 24-28, Romans 12:1 Introduction: When Thomas “the doubter” believed, he confessed Jesus as “My Lord and my God.” (John 20:28) I. Seeing the Risen Savior convinced Thomas that “He is Lord” (John 20:28) II. His confession of Jesus as “Lord” described a personal relationship that changed his life. (Romans 12: 1-2) III. […]

Sermon Outline – March 27, 2017

Sermon Outline – March 27, 2017

“The Promise of Easter” Scripture Reference: John 14: 15-23 Introduction: The promise of Easter is the promise of Life. I. The Resurrection of Jesus fulfilled a promise. (John 2:19, Matthew 20:19) Everybody knew it. (Matthew 27:63) Nobody expected it. (Luke 24: 11, 21, John 20:25) Jesus kept His promise. (Matthew 28:6, Psalms 16:10) II. The […]

Sermon Outline – March 20, 2016

Sermon Outline – March 20, 2016

“CRUCIFIED” Scripture Reference: Galatians 2: 16-21, 5:24 Introduction: We all know Jesus was crucified on a cross, but how does that affect us today? (Galatians 2:20, 5:24) I. Have been means it has already happened. (Galatians 2:20) II. In what way were we crucified with Christ? III. As a result, “I” no longer lives. (Galatians […]

Sermon Outline – March 13, 2016

Sermon Outline – March 13, 2016

“Jesus In The Garden” Scripture Reference: Matthew 26: 36-46 Introduction: The agony of Christ began in the Garden of Gethsemane. I. Jesus experienced tremendous grief in the Garden. (Matthew 26:38) The grief of rejection. (John 1:11, Isaiah 53:3) The grief of betrayal. (Matthew 26: 45-49) The grief of separation from God the Father. (Matthew 27:46, […]

Sermon Outline – March 6, 2016

Sermon Outline – March 6, 2016

“A Woman Who Worshipped” Scripture Reference: Luke 10:38-42, John 12: 1-3 Introduction: Mary, the sister of Martha and Lazarus, gives us some beautiful examples of worship. I. Mary demonstrated her love for Jesus. She loved Jesus too much to be distracted. (Luke 10: 38-42) She loved Jesus more than money. (John 12: 3,5) She loved […]

Sermon Outline – February 28, 2016

Sermon Outline – February 28, 2016

“The Earth is the Lord’s” Scripture Reference: Psalms 24: 1-10 Introduction: God’s Word tells us the world and everything in it, including us, belongs to the Lord. Do we really believe this? I. I belong to God. (Psalms 24: 1-2) II. I was created to live in His presence. (Psalms 24: 3-6)      A. Who […]

Sermon Outline – February 21, 2016

Sermon Outline – February 21, 2016

“Parables : Mixtures” Scripture Reference: Matthew 13: 24-30, 47-50 Introduction: Jesus was a Realist and He told us the absolute truth. Here He describes the kingdom as good and evil together. I. Wheat and Tares (Matthew 13:24,27)     A. Why is there evil in the world and in “the kingdom?” (Matt. 13: 24, 27) “Tares” […]

February 14, 2016 – Sermon Outline

February 14, 2016 – Sermon Outline

“The Fire of God” Scripture Reference: Genesis 15: 6-11, 17-18, Hebrews 12:29 Introduction: Several times in Scripture God revealed himself as fire. I. Covenant Love on fire (Genesis 15: 17-18) II. The Burning Bush (Exodus 3:2-6) A God of miracles (Exodus 3:2) Holy, not harmful (Exodus 3:2,5, Matthew 3:12) III. A Pillar of Fire (Exodus […]

February 7, 2016 – Sermon Outline

February 7, 2016 – Sermon Outline

“Growing Inside Out” Scripture Reference: Mark 4:30-32, Matthew 13:33 I. “A mustard seed” God starts small. (Mark 4:31) The “mustard seed” is faith. (Matthew 17:20)                      -God’s Work starts with faith. (Acts 16:31)                      -Faith should grow.                      -Faith enables us to receive. (Hebrews 11:33, Matthew 13:58)                      -Faith results from hearing God’s Word. II. The […]

January 31, 2016 Sermon Outline

January 31, 2016 Sermon Outline

“The Motive for Murder” Matthew 5: 21-28 Introduction: The Sermon on the Mount is full of Kingdom principles, how to live in the Kingdom of Heaven. The first is: how to handle anger. I. Anger and Murder (Matthew 5: 21-22) Jesus equated anger with murder. (Matt. 5: 21-22, 1 John 3:15) Anger is the motive […]