SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON 1 JOHN

Our sermon ideas on the book of 1 John will help you preach a powerful message on the topic of combating false-truths with Christ-like relational equity. We learn from John that in Christ no darkness will prevail and Christ will shine through our search of Truth. Prepare your messages on God's Word in 1 John with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


1 JOHN SERMON OUTLINES

by Roger Thomas

These three verses near the end of 1 John provide a bird's eye view of the entire book. Note the five indisputable facts contained in these lines: Fact 1: God gives eternal life. Eternal life is more than living long. It is a quality of life. The Greeks had two words for life. Bios described physical life. Zoe referred to...

by J.D. Greear

The book of 1 John is one of my favorites because it is all about assurance. John, who was one of the closest disciples to Jesus, deals with subject a lot: covering things like how you can know for sure you are saved (at peace with God); how you can know that what you believe is true; how you be assured of God's...

by Jeff Strite

OPEN: The cartoon ''Peanuts'' has been in newspapers for years. The author of that delightful comic strip actually died some time back… but the comic was so powerful and amusing that newspapers have simply reran the comics of the past...

by Ernest Easley

Now join me in the New Testament book of First John where we are thinking today about ''The Vital Signs of Life.'' Just as there are clear indicators of physical life … there are clear indicators of spiritual life. There is such a thing as The Vital Signs of Life. For instance...

by Jonathan McLeod

The author of 1 John was probably the apostle John. (There are many similarities between 1 John and the Gospel of John.) John probably wrote this letter while he was living in Ephesus. It was probably sent to churches in cities near Ephesus. A possible...

by Johnny Hunt

John wasted no time in this letter to speak of ''the Word of life, the life was manifested...'' to reveal, to make visible what was hidden. God did not reveal Himself in human flesh until Christ's earthly ministry when the divine or eternal life became visible to mankind. It is one thing to say...

by Ken Trivette

In recent years DNA tests have become an important part of our culture. DNA, simply defined, is material that governs each person's inheritance of eye color, hair color, stature, bone density along with many other human traits. The cells of the human body contain a complete sample of a person's DNA. A single string or strand of DNA is packed into a space...

by Larry Osborne

As we saw, John's big picture purposes for writing 1 John were to widen the circle of people who shared fellowship with him and with the Lord (see 1 John 1:3-4) and to make it easier to tell the difference between a spiritual poser and a genuine Christian...

by Stuart Briscoe

"Love" is a common theme both of Christian and secular thought and interest. Because of this, Christians need to be careful to understand the uniqueness of the love that characterizes the children of God: what it is, what it does, and what it says...

by Stan Coffey

I want you to take your Bible and turn to I John chapter 5. And I want you to keep your Bibles open to that chapter because I want to share several passages out of I John with you. I know that some of you, maybe many of you have been wondering how can you tell the difference between a backslider and a church member...