SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON 2 THESSALONIANS

Our sermon ideas for 2 Thessalonians will help you prepare a life giving message on choosing good work ethic over laziness, maintaining faithfulness despite hardship, and warning your congregants of false teachings. Paul was concerned that God’s glory is always exemplified to all the listeners lives, yesterday and today. Prepare your messages on God's Word in 2 Thessalonians with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


2 THESSALONIANS SERMON OUTLINES

by Jerry Vines

Our overall theme in this series in II Thessalonians is ''Hope for the End Times.'' This is the follow-up letter which Paul, under the Holy Spirit, wrote to the young believers in Corinth. The first letter was written to address some of the questions which had arisen in the minds of young believers around the coming again of the Lord Jesus Christ. This letter...

by Stan Coffey

AUTHORSHIP: The overwhelming evidence is in support of Pauline authorship of 2 Thessalonians. DATE: Shortly after writing 1 Thessalonians in. 51-52 A.D., Paul writes a second letter to them under very similar circumstances. He is still in Corinth and is eager to communicate with the believers in Thessalonica...

by John Barnett

UNDERSTANDING THIS BOOK OF BOOKS IS FOUNDATIONAL TO OUR SPIRITUAL MATURITY. May I impress upon your heart that the book you hold in your hands is unlike any other in the Universe? And with that truth deeply upon our hearts, in the days ahead, shouldn't we treat it differently, read it diligently, wait before it expectantly and from it learn to live...

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: A university student was seen with a large ''K'' printed on his T- shirt. When someone asked him what the ''K'' stood for, he said, ''Confused.'' ''But,'' the questioner replied, ''you don't spell ''confused'' with a ''K.'' The student answered, ''You don't know how confused I am.'' Confusion is a good word...

by Jeff Schreve

If you have your Bible, please turn to 2nd Thessalonians. If you've been with us on Wednesday nights, you know we're going through the Book of Thessalonians. We finished 1st Thessalonians right before Christmas and now we are into 2nd Thessalonians, just three chapters. Second Thessalonians was written...

by Nelson Price

JESUS CHRIST said, ''I must work the work of Him that sent me...'' (Acts 9:4). He also said, ''My father worketh hitherto, and I must work.'' (John 5:17). If Jesus worked, who am I to think I shouldn't? If Jesus worked because the Father worked, who am I that I should not emulate my Heavenly Father...

by Adrian Rogers

Yes, the clouds will be rolled back like a scroll, the trump shall resound, and the Lord shall descend, even so it is well with my soul. We are talking about that day, when our Lord shall come again. And this morning is the last in our series of messages from First and Second Thessalonians on the second coming of Jesus Christ, Our Coming King. The Lord shall...

by Ken Trivette

The words "missions" and "missionary" are not found in the Bible; however, the words have become a part of our Christian vocabulary (or at least should be). Where do the words come from and what do they mean? Our English word "mission" comes from the Latin word "missio" which was derived from the Greek word "apostello" which means "to send, one sent...

by Thomas Swope

I am a believer in my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Who came to this world born of a virgin. He walked this earth fully human and fully God. He died on a cross outside the city of Jerusalem for my sins and rose again from the dead. He ascended into Heaven and He now sits at the right hand of The Father God. As a pledge that I am His son, He sent The Holy Spirit...

by Jeff Strite

The title for our sermon this morning is ''Can You Fall So Far Down You Can't Get Up?'' In other words: ''Can you mess up your life so badly that you can't undo the damage?'' And the answer from Scripture is YES. You can mess things up so badly you can't undo the damage. (pause) And the answer from Scripture is NO. You can't mess things up so badly...