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SERMONS & MEDIA ON MERCY

Our sermon ideas on Mercy will help you preach a powerful message. Prepare your messages about God's mercy, grace, and salvation with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


MERCY SERMON OUTLINES

by Kerry Shook

You're still breathing, so you still have a chance. A chance to live the life you were made for. A chance to become the person God created you to be. As long as you still have breath, you still have a chance because we have a God of the second chance. We're in a series in the book of Jonah and today we are covering Jonah chapter 3 and we see all through the book…

by Ernest Easley

We come to the final five verses of the book of Amos! And what promising words they are! Amos has been painting a picture of doom, but suddenly, this prophet of doom becomes a prophet of delight. The victims become victors and for one reason: God remembers his mercy! That's what I want to talk to you about as we conclude our study of the book of...

by Ken Trivette

In the 2003 Hospital Honor Roll of U.S. News & World Report, the following hospitals were ranked as the top five in the United States: 5) The Cleveland Clinic, 4) Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 3) UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, 2) Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, and the number one hospital in America; John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland...

by Rick Ferguson

Introduction: Jesus Christ will turn your life inside-out and upside-down if you will let Him. The Christian life is something that is radical and revolutionary. It is so counter-cultural. A true disciple of Jesus "stands out" from the culture, because he/she is being transformed into this radical, re-born person. A true disciple of Jesus, is a person who has experienced…

by Stan Coffey

Let's look at what Paul says again about spiritual gifts as far as the motivational gifts are concerned. Verse 6 "Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us, whether prophecy, let us prophesy according to the proportion of faith: Or ministry, let us wait on our ministering: or he that teacheth, on teaching; Or he that exhorteth, on exhortation…

by Jerry Vines

We continue in our studies of people who met Jesus in the New Testament—people who had particular problems, particular needs and they brought these needs to Jesus. When they met Jesus those needs were satisfied. This morning it’s Need Some Mercy—Meet Jesus. Along the way in the ministry of our Lord, His journeys carried Him to the city of Jericho. Jericho…

by James Merritt

In government circles it is known as "WITSEC." That stands for "Witness Security" program or what you and I would know as the "Witness Protection Program." It was established in 1970 and allows for the United States Attorney General to provide for the relocation and protection of a witness of a federal...

by Dr. Ed Young

I believe if we took a poll as to which Beatitude was the most popular one - the 5th Beatitude would win, hands down. Now we have trouble understanding the poor in spirit. It's hard to perceive how the meek will inherit the earth and to think about mourning, agony, sorrow, we have some difficulty. We look at these early...

by Joe Alain

Thus far, in Romans chapter one we have seen clearly that man needs God because there is moral order in the world and because of man's fatal attraction to God-substitutes. Romans 1:26-32 shows us our need for God because of sin's enslaving power. In seeking to be free, man apart from God becomes enslaved. Only in Christ are we truly free persons. In this…

by Daniel Rodgers

As we pick up our study of the Beatitudes, we come to lesson number four, or the 5th blessing: "Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy." With that, let us consider our main two points: To have mercy means "to have compassion on someone" or "to have pity on someone." Particularly in the South, it is not unusual to still hear someone say, "Lord, have…