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SERMONS & MEDIA ON ABRAHAM

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ABRAHAM SERMON OUTLINES

by Stan Coffey

I would like to begin in Romans Chapter 4. Tonight we are going to begin reading with verse 18 and keep in mind that the apostle Paul has been holding out the life of a man named Abraham as an example of one was made right with God, justified because He believed God. He was justified by faith in God. So in Romans Chapter...

by Ernest Easley

We are tracing the scarlet thread through the Bible on these Wednesday nights. And that scarlet thread is the blood covenant that God made with man. A blood covenant was an unbreakable promise. In fact...when two people made a blood covenant, it was dissolved only by death. God did more than cut a deal with man, He cut a covenant with man! The scarlet...

by Miles Seaborn

I never knew before that God ever needed a friend - I need companionship. I need advice and council and correction. I need to be cheered and comforted. I often feel lonely - I often miss my way of life. Often I commit myself to rash ill-considered steps. I often hurt both myself and other men with me. And therefore I need near me a faithful friend, a friend to speak to me in time...

by Clarence E. Macartney

Abraham is the loftiest character of the Bible, but for that very reason he is the loneliest, even as the loftiest mountains are the most isolated and solitary. In his great oration delivered at the unveiling of the Lincoln Memorial at Hodgenville, Kentucky, President Wilson said of Abraham Lincoln: ''I have read many biographies of Lincoln; I have sought out with the greatest interest the...

by Tony Nester

What did Jesus ask people to do more than anything else? He said, ''Follow me! To follow is to go on a journey. Faith is a journey with Jesus. Our faith journey, like Abraham's faith journey, takes us into new and unfamiliar territory. The Apostle Paul sums up the Christian walk in 2 Corinthian 5:7: For we walk by faith, not by sight...

by Ken Trivette

A recent Barna Report showed that most professing Christians in this country live in the South. 42% of evangelicals in this country live in the South, while 24% live in the West, 24% live in the Midwest, and only 10% live in the Northeast. Barna found that those in the South are most likely to be involved and, in most cases, those in the Northeast are least likely to be involved...

by Johnny Hunt

INTRODUCTION: In Gal. 3:1-5, Paul shows the Galatian believers, from their own experience, that they were justified by faith and not by works of the law. Paul now defends that doctrine from Scripture. Paul turns from subjective experience to the objective evidence of the Word of God. We never judge the Scriptures by our experience; we...

by Jeff Strite

A little over a fourth of Genesis is dedicated to telling Abraham's story. And much of the rest of the Old Testament testifies to his importance (it's always Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob). And the reason Abraham is so important to the people of Old Testament is because God began His covenant with Israel thru him. Now, this relationship...

by Daniel Rodgers

Paul's letter is addressed to the saints at Rome - and of course, his message is to us, as well. In the very first verse he asks a rhetorical question (read vs. 1). The ''what shall we say, then'' part has to do with his earlier discussion in the preceding chapter - that salvation is not just for the circumcision--the Jews, but also for the uncircumcised--the Gentles...

by Jerry Vines

This is somewhat repetitious but I want you to be sure to understand how the book of Genesis is laid out. There are two main divisions in Genesis, the first 11 chapters. Then you have chapters 12 to the conclusion. The first 11 chapters have to do with the history of the human race in general. There you have in those chapters four great historical events. There is the creation, which explains to us where we came from. There is...