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Sermons on Judgment

“Bondage/Desires of the Flesh” Galatians 5:13-21

An Expositional Sermon Galatians 5:13-21 “Bondage/Desires of the Flesh” Theme/Big Idea: The desires and works of the flesh are opposed to the freedom we have in the gospel Aim/Appropriation/Application: Walk in the Spirit. Outline: (1) God’s People Were Called to Freedom (Galatians 5:13-15) (2) We Are at War (Galatians 5:16-18) (3) God’s People Fight Their Sin (Galatians 5:19-21) Questions for…

“God Is the Eternal King” Psalm 10:1-18

An Expositional Sermon Psalm 10:1-18 “God Is the Eternal King” Theme/Big Idea: God won’t let suffering and injustice last forever. Aim/Appropriation/Application: Go to God with your difficulties, and put your hope in His eternal rule when trials come. Outline: (1) God’s People Take Their Questions to God (Psalm 10:1) (2) God’s People Take Their Complaints to God (Psalm 10:2-11)…

“God Is a Stronghold for the Oppressed” Psalm 9:1-20

An Expositional Sermon Psalm 9:1-20 “God Is a Stronghold for the Oppressed” Theme/Big Idea: God’s people respond to God with thanks, trust, telling, asking for God’s grace, acknowledging His judgment, and asking Him to not let men prevail Aim/Appropriation/Application: Pursue maturity in Christ by responding to God in the 5 ways listed below in the outline. Outline: (1) Give…

“God Is a Just Warrior” Lamentations 1:1-5:22 (Overview)

An Expositional Sermon Lamentations 1:1-5:22 “God Is a Just Warrior” Theme/Big Idea: God warns disciplines His people and warns of His coming just judgment for sin. Aim/Appropriation/Application: Don’t fail to listen to the warning of what is coming for those who reject God. Outline: Six things we learn about God in Lamentations… 1. God Is a Just…

“Confession of Sin” Daniel 9:1-19

Big Idea: God’s people go to His word and respond in confession and pleading.
Application: Pray that God would give us the gifts of repentance and faith. Ask God to forgive you and others for sin. Come to God not based upon our insufficient righteousness, but based upon the righteousness of Jesus Christ alone.
(1) God’s People Go to God’s Word (Daniel 9:1-2)
(2) God’s People Respond to God’s Word – Confession (Daniel 9:3-14)
A. Our confession of sin is a response to the difference between who God is and who we are. We see this 4 times in vv. 4-14.
B. God’s appointed leaders will be held to account (v. 6 and 8)
C. God’s People Pray Prayers of Confession
(3) God’s People Respond to God’s Word – Intercession (Daniel 9:15-19)

“God Most High – Ancient of Days” Daniel 7:1-12

Theme: God is sovereign over all and will judge the nations.
Aim: Be comforted and consoled as God’s people as we walk in exile in this world. The world will persecute you, and seek to destroy you, the world will lash out at God by coming against His people. If you trust in Christ that doesn’t mean you will live “your best life now.” Life here may not get easier if you trust in Christ, but your hope for God’s eternal kingdom will squelch out the empty promises of this fallen world. We will suffer, life will not be easy for God’s people in this world, but God’s perfect justice and judgment is coming. And He will usher His people into His eternal kingdom.
(1) God Reveals (Daniel 7:1-3)
(2) God Has Enemies (Daniel 7:4-8)
(3) God Judges & Destroys His Enemies (Daniel 7:9-12)

“Jesus Christ, Fully God” Matthew 1:21-23; 2:11; 14:33; 28:9, 17; John 9:38

A Topical Sermon This time of year is often called “Advent” which means the time that we wait for the coming of Jesus in His birth. But there’s more to it than that. Even now we wait. Jesus, fully God and fully man, is going to come back one day. This Christmas remember how Jesus…

“Deliver Me, Lord” Psalm 140:1-13

Theme: God is our hope of salvation in the face of evil and wickedness.
Aim: Be encouraged that God is more powerful than what comes against us, and praise God that He is more powerful than our sin and our wickedness.
(1) Prayer for Deliverance and Defense (Psalm 140:1-3)
(2) The Lord Is the Strength of Our Salvation (Psalm 140:6-8)
(3) Prayer for God to Judge the Wicked (Psalm 140:9-13)
(4) Christ is the Fulfillment of this Psalm