"Repentance" Tagged Sermons

"Repentance" Tagged Sermons

“God’s Providence & Man’s Repentance” Acts 11:18

Big Idea/Main Point: Repentance is a gift from God not from our works so that no one may boast.Introduction: Don’t separate what God has joined: Providence & Repentance; Also Repentance & Faith. (1) God Grants Repentance that Leads to Life (Isaiah 44:22; Lamentations 5:21; Acts 11:18; Romans 2:4; 2 Timothy 2:24-26) (2) Repentance & Faith/Belief Are Twin Gifts – Repentance & Faith are two sides of the same coin (Mark 1:15; Acts 19:4; James 2; Hebrews 6:1).– Where genuine faith…

“The Expulsive Power of a New Affection” 1 John 2:15

This is an edited version of the original for the sake of clarity in reading and more ease in comprehension. The original this is adapted from can be found here at Monergism.com. In the future I will plan to post both a companion outline I created and a manuscript for this updated version.

“Four Soils and Two Ways to Live” Matthew 13:1-17

An Expositional Sermon Matthew 13:1-17 “Four Soils and Two Ways to Live” Big Idea: Don’t let what you think you know about Jesus blind and deafen you to who He really is and to what He taught. Application: Is your heart good soil receiving the gospel of the kingdom and bearing fruit in your life? Sermon Outline (1) The Purpose of Jesus Teaching in Parables (Matthew 13:10-15) a. To Undermine Self-Deception and Teach Truth to Hard Closed Hearts b. To Separate…

“Jesus Is King” Matthew 7:28-29

An Expositional Sermon Matthew 7:28-29 “Jesus Is King” Big Idea: Jesus’ authoritative teaching requires everyone to bow in humility before Him in repentance and faith. Application: Don’t be merely astonished by Jesus’ authority, bow down to His rule by turing from embracing yourself as king and submitting to Him as King. Sermon Outline 1. Astonishment is not Necessarily Faith and Repentance 2. Jesus Is King, Listen to Him

“Christ’s Herald” Matthew 3:1-12

An Expositional Sermon Matthew 3:1-12 “Christ’s Herald” Theme/Big Idea: Flee God’s wrath to come by turning from your sin and trusting in the one who John the Baptist pointed to, Jesus Christ. Aim/Appropriation/Application: Warning: God’s judgment is coming, repent and believe in Jesus Christ. Encouragement: Christ will clear his threshing floor and gather his wheat, His people, into the barn. He will bring His people home to be with Him forever. He will surely do it. Cling to this. Outline: (1) God’s Herald Is Here (Matthew…

“Bring One Another Back” James 5:19-20

An Expositional Sermon James 5:19-20 “Bring One Another Back” Big Idea: Give your life to bringing sinners back from wandering from the truth of the gospel. Sermon Outline The Christian life is… (1) A Life Where We are Prone to Wander (James 5:19) (2) A Life Where We are Prone to Wander into Death (James 5:19-20) (3) A Life of Being Brought Back and Bringing Others Back (James 5:20)

“Confess Your Sins to One Another” James 5:13-18

An Expositional Sermon James 5:13-18 “Confess Your Sins to One Another” Big Idea: God has given us to each other in the church to be His instruments to grow us in dependence upon Him. Application: Pursue to grow in childlike dependence upon Christ, a genuine love for one another, and in a zealous imitation of Christ and His faithful people. Sermon Outline (1) A Life of Prayer (James 5:13-15) (2) A Life of Relationships (James 5:16) (3) A Life of Imitation (James 5:17-18)

“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 Judge 2. God Is Angry 3. God Is Wrathful 4. God Wars Against Sin 5. God’s Word is Pivotal 6. God is the Only Source of Comfort…

“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)
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