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SERMONS & MEDIA ON FAITH

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FAITH SERMON OUTLINES

by Mark Baker

Reading through the Bible from the very beginning, you will see that there is one consistent theme, and that is God's great love and compassion towards us. He is unchangeable, and in this we can have great confidence. It seems there is no greater motivation for faith than knowing this, God is absolutely for us. He wants us to succeed. It makes it easier to…

by Stan Coffey

We begin a brand new series of messages today that we will be talking about over the next several weeks. And I do that on Easter because I hope that many of you will come back and want to hear the rest of the series of messages. Today we start a series of messages entitled, "Renewing Your Passion For Life." Jesus' passion caused Him to go to the…

by Jerry Vines

Excitement fills the air at the First Baptist Church of Antioch. Paul and Barnabas, the first missionaries, have just returned from their missionary journey and the church has been called together. They are going to have a great missionary conference. The apostle Paul and his associate, Barnabas, have gone on that journey and now they are returning…

by Robert Walker

A large crowd followed and pressed around him. And a woman was there who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years. She had suffered a great deal under the care of many doctors and had spent all she had, yet instead of getting better she grew worse. When she heard about Jesus, she came up behind him in the crowd and touched his cloak…

by James Merritt

Jude has written a letter that could have easily been written yesterday or last week. Or it could have been written back in the 1920's when the Fundamentalist were doing battle against the so-called Modernists. It is relevant to the debate between creation and evolution. It is relevant to the debate between conservatism and liberalism-it is relevant…

by Adrian Rogers

Turn, please, to Hebrews, Chapter 11, and our verse this morning is Verse 23, as we continue our series in God's Hall of Fame. And, of course, the way to be in God's Hall of Fame is to exercise faith in Him, for their Bible says "but without faith it is impossible to please Him." And Hebrews, Chapter 11 is a listing of the heroes of the faith. And today we come to two…

by Frank Damazio

Introduction: The psalm we turn to today is Psalms 46, a psalm of the sons of Korah. This psalm encourages us to hope and trust in God and His power as providence and His gracious presence are on us and around us in the most difficult times. This psalm directs us to give Him the glory for what He has done for us and what He will do. We are taught...

by Brad Whitt

Enoch: An Undying Faith (2 of 10) by Brad Whitt
I want you to take God's Word now this morning and be finding your place at Hebrews chapter 11. We are in a series of studies from God's Great Hall of Great Faith that we have entitled "Walking With The Giants." Hebrews 11 gives to us the definition and the description and the demonstrations of what real faith is. And if you'll remember, I shared with you last week a simple working definition of what...

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: These last two verses may sound like advice from Martha Stewart or some HGTV secrets from the kitchen show. Not so! Jesus, of course, wasn't talking about patches and wineskins. Those were simply illustrations. His critics didn't like the fact that he hung out with the wrong people and didn't always do things the way they did. In…

by Rick Ferguson

Well today I have come to the base of this mountain once again, and this time I am not turning back. I intend to climb this mountain, and I want to take all of you with me. The mountain of which I speak is the beautiful, incomprehensible, powerful New Testament book of Romans. I have wanted to preach through the book of Romans for many many…

by Robert Dawson

Many years ago a boat wrecked off the shores of one of the Great Lakes. The boat began to sink and rescue teams were sent to help. One team was a group of students from North Western University. One young man, Edward Spencer, rescued at least 16 people. Time after time he would plunge into the frigid water. Time and time again he would...

by Christopher Harbin

Economics and prosperity are persistent themes in the Bible. They are consistent topics that come up in our own daily existence. We concern ourselves with preparing for a future and with more basic issues of survival from day to day. In the process, we worry over paying bills, purchasing at a discount, interest rates, insurance against major losses, protecting ourselves from those wanting to cheat or steal...

by Richard Bradley

I thank God, whom I serve with a pure conscience, as my forefathers did, as without ceasing I remember you in my prayers night and day, 4 greatly desiring to see you, being mindful of your tears, that I may be filled with joy, 5 when I call to remembrance the genuine faith that is in you, which dwelt first in...

by Stephen Whitney

We live in a world where the real thing is counterfeited so that it looks like the real thing, but is really just a cheaper imitation. You can buy imitations of designer clothes, purses, shoes and watches which may look similar to the real thing, but they are not. Usually because they are...

by Jeff Schreve

We're in a series on the Book of Ruth. We started it last week. We're entitling this series Beauty for Ashes. And today, we want to talk about a very important subject in the Bible. It's the subject of faith.Now the word faith - I did a little word search - the word faith in the New American Standard Bible, that word is...

by Jim Perdue

Today, we begin a brand new series on the life of Elisha. This could be considered a sequel to the series on Elijah at the end of 2015. Of course, as many of you know, Elisha's ministry immediately followed Elijah's. I've entitled this series, A Life of Amazing Faith. And if you look at Elisha's life, you will discover it was truly amazing...

by Dennis Marquardt

Symbols can be powerful - and they can produce powerful and meaningful commitments in our lives even when the symbol itself is a simple one. Take for example the American flag, it is only a piece of cloth with 3 colors on it, but when that flag is flown it has powerful meaning, and produces a powerful commitment for those who...

by Claude Thomas

If you were to list your greatest assets, what would they be? Cash, CD's, IRA's, real estate? You could list these and many others and still leave out the most important asset you could have -- your faith. In Matthew 9:29, Jesus said "According to your faith be it unto you." Life is a product of thought, and thought reflects your faith. The title of this message, "Way of Faith," implies that there is another way....

by Bob Wickizer

Fast food, 24x7, instant messaging, email, overnight delivery, global access, lunch in ten or it's free, Gigahertz PCs, zero to sixty in six seconds, e-business, just in time delivery, even church services that finish in one hour or less all form the cultural backdrop for how we approach the season of taking stock of our lives and making...

by Ernest Easley

On this Sunday before Thanksgiving .. what are you most thankful for? The Apostle Paul tells us in 1 Thessalonians 5.18, ''in everything give thanks, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.'' And then in 1 Chronicles 16.8 we find recorded a psalm of David which says, ''Oh, give thanks to the LORD! Call upon His name; Make known His deeds among the peoples...