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SERMONS & MEDIA ON ADDICTION

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ADDICTION SERMON OUTLINES

by Robert Walker

Tradition tells us that Abraham Lincoln went to a slave auction, and he noticed a rather attractive black woman who was about to be auctioned off. So he began bidding. The bidding went back and forth until finally he had purchased her. They brought her over to him, and he instructed them to take the shackles off her wrists and ankles. Then he...

by Jeff Schreve

Well, I remember back a number of years ago, Debbie and, and I and the girls went on our first real big vacation. We went to Breckinridge, Colorado for spring break. It was the first time that the kids had ever been on an airplane. It was the first time I'd ever spent that much money on a vacation for the five of us (laughter). And...

by Ernest Easley

We're learning these days from the gospel of Mark about Jesus: the Life Changer, Soul Saver. So take Gods Word and join me in Mark 5 where we're going to discover that Jesus not only has authority over disease and death, but also over demons. Now as you find Mark 5, I want you to look up...

by David Cawston

INTRODUCTION: The one thing about temptation is: A little goes a long way. Temptation usually starts in a small way - it's just ''one little area.'' We reach out to touch it, and get a little bit of it on us. We try to shake off and find out it's sticky. No matter what we do, it doesn't let go. In fact, it starts moving up our arms and eating our way...

by Stephen Whitney

People desire to be free, but laws and regulations take away our individual freedom. Laws and rules are used by governments to control people's behavior. The goal is to make people conform to a certain standard of behavior. Rules can change a person's behavior, but not change their sinful heart. The same is true when people impose their religious laws and rules...

by Ken Trivette

I am sure you have heard the old saying, ''One bad apple can spoil the whole barrel.'' Of course, the proverb is speaking of how one rotten apple in a barrel will cause the other apples in the barrel to rot as well. The idea is that one person on a team, in an office, or among a group can have a negative influence on all...

by Jerry Vines

These are the words of Paul and he is being autobiographical in these first chapters. You have to keep in mind that Paul is a man under intense pressure. His ministry is under attack. The message he preaches is under attack. So in these first two chapters he is responding personally and is giving you an autobiography...

by David Cook

Intro: It was only a little comma, but it cost the Lockheed corporation millions of dollars! An error was made in a contract with an international customer-a misplaced comma in a crucial number. The company insisted that the manufacturer honor the contract as written. Unfortunately for Lockheed, the error was made in an equation that adjusted the sales...

by Stan Coffey

If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and His word is not in us. My little children, these things write I unto you, that ye sin not...

by Jerry Watts

What is it about being told ''not to'' that cause us to ''want to?'' For some, reason, just the knowledge that we are not supposed to do ''a thing'' is enough to motivate us to ''do it''. As children, we remember the old ''dare you'' game. Better yet, it was the ''double-dog dare you'' that got most of us. Think about that. We...

by Patrick Edwards

The apostle John records in his gospel the following event: As [Jesus] passed by, he saw a man blind from birth. And his disciples asked him, ''Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?'' Jesus answered, ''It was not that this man sinned, or his parents, but that the works of God might be displayed in...

by Ron Dunn

Would you open your Bibles tonight to the Old Testament, the book of Joshua, chapter 7? The book of Joshua is comparable to the New Testament book of Ephesians in that both books have to do with our inheritance in the Lord. Ephesians has to do with describing the inheritance that is ours through the...

by Bob Wickizer

The trouble with computers these days is that engineers can design almost anything from an electronic component to a highway bridge using sophisticated software design tools. As long as the load and environment on the designed item stay within prescribed limits, the engineers can tell you exactly how long the thing will last...

by James Merritt

‘‘You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can And will be used against you in a court of law. You have the Right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will Be provided for you. Do you understand these rights?’’ If you’ve ever seen a TV show, or a movie, or if you’ve Unfortunately been arrested, you...

by Eddie Snipes

The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him, and said, ''Behold! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!'' Jesus did not merely come to suppress sin, but to make an end of it. Sin was defeated in Christ, and any who are in Christ have been freed from sin. Romans 6:7 concludes that since we were buried with....