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SERMONS & MEDIA ON COURAGE

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COURAGE SERMON OUTLINES

by Christopher Harbin

Today is Resurrection Sunday. We gather to tell the story of Jesus coming out of the tomb, walking among the disciples and sharing the news that death had no hold upon him. Jesus is risen! He is risen indeed! That is good news! It is reason for celebration! It is reason for joy and...

by Stan Coffey

We are beginning a new series of message entitled, ''Jesus Said'' In the next few weeks we will read some of the most important words that ever came from the mouth Lord. Today's message is, ''Take Courage.'' Jesus spoke these words to his disciple when He came walking to them on...

by Jerry Vines

This story is probably familiar to most of you who have been going to church for any period of time. It is the familiar account in the Old Testament of the three Hebrew young people, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, who were thrown into the fiery furnace. I heard about a preacher...

by Kerry Shook

''Meanwhile, the disciples were in trouble far away from land, for a strong wind had risen, and they were fighting heavy waves. About three o'clock in the morning Jesus came toward them, walking on the water. When the disciples saw Him walking on the water, they were terrified. In their fear, they...

by Jim Perdue

This evening, we continue our sermon series through the OT book of Esther. This is our fifth message in a series we've entitled God's Perfect Work Through Imperfect People. Remember what we've seen so far in Esther. In a miraculous way, a poor Jewish orphan girl named Esther...

by Dennis Marquardt

INTRO: We need ''COURAGEOUS PEOPLE'' today! Today people are afraid to stand up for moral righteousness, we live in a time when moral absolutes are frowned upon. The standard of the day is to simply ''accept'' everything in the name of ''tolerance.'' The truth is that we need...

by Frank Damazio

INTRODUCTION: We have identified 18 things that could be in your bag and asked the question, ''Who packed your bag?'' From Luke 4:18-19, we examined six kinds of people with baggage. In this message, we will concentrate on how we unpack our bags. Fallen man has taken...

by Steve Jones

INTRODUCTION: In his book, AMERICAN CEASER, William Manchester tells of a time during WWI when Brigadier General Douglas MacArthur and Major George Patton were standing together in the heat of battle at Saint-Mihiel, France. They were under fire, but neither took...

by George H. Morrison

There are three qualities, says Emerson1 in a familiar essay, which attract the wonder and reverence of mankind. The first is disinterestedness, the second is practical power, and the third is courage. Every mythology has got its Hercules.2 Every history its Wallace3 or its Cid.4 There...

by Johnny Hunt

INTRODUCTION: The way you look at your ministry helps to determine how you will fulfill it. If you look at serving Christ as a burden instead of a privilege, you will be hindered and do only what is required of you. When Paul looked at ministry and the fact that he was called by God to...