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"evangelism" Tagged Sermons

“Christ’s Kingdom Citizens Are Salt & Light” Matthew 5:13-16

An Expositional Sermon Matthew 5:13-16 “Christ’s Kingdom Citizens Are Salt & Light” Theme/Big Idea: Christ’s people are salt and light. Aim/Appropriation/Application: Pray that God would help us to understand our identity in Christ and that we would live courageously in harmony with who we are in Christ. Outline: (1) In Christ, You Were Made to Be Something…

“Slaves Honor Masters” 1 Timothy 6:1-2a

An Expositional Sermon 1 Timothy 6:1-2a “Slaves Honor Masters” Theme/Big Idea: Believers who are bond-servants honor their masters. Aim/Appropriation/Application: Show all honor to the authorities that the Lord has placed over you in your life. Outline: (1) Give All Honor to Masters (1 Timothy 5:17-18) (2) Giving Honor Where Honor May Not Be Due (1 Timothy 5:19-21) (3) Honor…

“Blessed Is He Who Waits & Arrives” Daniel 12:1-13

An Expositional Sermon Daniel 12:1-13 “Blessed Is He Who Waits & Arrives” Big Idea/Theme: God will bring history to a close in final judgment adjudging the wicked to endless punishment and the righteous to endless joy. Application/Aim: Pray that God would preserve us to the end and that in the face of trials and persecutions each of…

“The Essence of the Kingdom” Mark 4:1-41

Theme: God’s kingdom will be revealed, grows through God’s Word, is not to be underestimated, and has a King Jesus Christ.
Aim: To grow in our understanding about God’s kingdom and pray that He will use His Word to establish His kingdom in and through us.
(1) Parables & Sharing the Gospel (Mark 4:1-13; 21-22)
a. Parables
b. Sharing the Gospel – Evangelism
(2) Response to the Gospel (Mark 4:14-20; 23-25)
a. The Response of the People – 4 Soils
b. Two ways to live
(3) The Power of the Gospel (Mark 4:26-29)
(4) Don’t Underestimate God’s Kingdom (Mark 4:30-34)
(5) Jesus, The King of God’s Kingdom (Mark 4:35-41)

“Gospel Partnership, Prayer, & Progress” Philippians 1:1-26

Theme: The gospel creates membership, fuels our prayers, and defines our progress.
Aim: Let’s ask God to strengthen us to have the gospel drive every aspect of our lives.
1. Partnership: The Gospel creates and sustains the Church (Philippians 1:1-8)
2. Prayer: The Gospel fuels Prayer (Philippians 1:3-11, particularly v. 4, 9)
3. Progress: The Gospel empowers our growth (Philippians 1:12-26)