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SERMONS & MEDIA FOR SANCTITY OF HUMAN LIFE SUNDAY

Our sermon ideas on Sanctity of Human Life will help you preach a powerful message on the beauty and gift of life. Prepare your messages for this Sunday honoring life with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


SANCTITY OF HUMAN LIFE SERMON OUTLINES

by Stan Coffey

In his book, "A Nation Without Conscience", Dr. Tim LaHaye and Beverly LaHaye quote Mother Teresa when she spoke January 3, 1994 at the President's Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. At that time of course, President Clinton and his wife Hillary were present. And President Clinton at that time was President of the United States. And she got to speak and spoke…

by Jerry Vines

To get us into the sixth commandment, I want to read verse 12 which is the fifth commandment. Then we'll follow the flow of the commandments right on into verse 13. Honor thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee. Thou shalt not kill. In that statement our God, for all time, has established the…

by Doug Tegner

Sanctity of Human Life Sunday...A day we take to celebrate and acknowledge God's image that has been set within the human race. This day to celebrate the sanctity and value of human life is intentionally planned to coincide with the Sunday closest to Jan. 22, the day, twenty years ago in 1973, when the Roe vs. Wade decision in our Supreme Court legalized Abortion on demand…

by Ike Reighard

On August 9 and 10, 1969, at 10050 Cielo Drive in Bel Air, California, a horrible crime took place that shocked a nation. Police who investigated the murder site stated that the horror was beyond human comprehension. One officer said, "It was unimaginable that someone could do such things to another human being." Corpses lay in the yard; the house smelled of blood and…

by Ernest Easley

We're thinking these days under the general heading: The Moral Collapse of America! This nation was built on a moral and spiritual foundation, and that foundation is crumbling! If the restoring of our moral values don't begin now, it may never begin. And that restoring begins by getting back to the Bible! Morality is not determined by the vote of the people…

by John Barnett

Open with me to our starting place for Biblical Convictions, Romans 13. As Paul sat to write perhaps the clearest words to frame the Biblical convictions of a Citizen of Heaven, living on earth--he was sitting in Corinth. Looking down across the city must have grieved his soul. Paul lived around gymnasiums filled with nude men were wrestling, boxing, and sprinting. In the…

by Dr. Ed Young

I hope you already have your Bibles open to Exodus, Chapter Number 20. In studying the life of Moses, we have paused these weeks to look at the Decalogue, the Ten Commandments, the foundation principles of life, so I trust you've been following along. This morning we consider the sixth commandment, and I'm reading in the American ...

by Rick White

Introduction: Perhaps not since the controversial issue of slavery ripped America apart at the seams has one subject troubled our country like abortion. It is virtually impossible to pick up a newspaper, a national periodical, or see a television newscast without reading or hearing something about abortion. It has been the hot issue for the past two decades and it is not…

by Jim Henry

If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness. This is not an easy message, and anything so tied in with life carries with it an emotional impact. Yet, we cannot remove emotion from our lives, or the impact of our sins or our…

by Stuart Briscoe

"Thou shalt not kill" appears, on the surface, to be an easy to understand Commandment, but careful study will show how far reaching it really is. I. The Significance of This Law. A. Its meaning. 1. Not a blanket prohibition against taking human life. e.g. Exodus 21:12-17; Numbers 35:6-21; Deuteronomy 20:10-15 2. Prohibition of acts of premeditation, vengeance and malice…