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SERMONS & MEDIA ON FREEDOM

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FREEDOM SERMON OUTLINES

by Stan Coffey

I want to continue our thoughts about ''Journey Into Freedom''. We're following the Israelites on a journey into freedom as they claim the Promised Land. Today I want to invite your attention to the book of Joshua chapter 6 and verse 1. Joshua is the book of victory. The Old Testament name Joshua is equivalent to the New Testament name...

by Robert Walker

William Knob on July 31, 1838, gathered together ten thousand slaves on the island of Jamaica, for a praise meeting and for the putting into effect the Emancipation Act. An immense coffin was prepared. They filled that huge coffin with whips, branding irons, handcuffs, fetters, slave garments and all other memorials belonging to the horrid enslavement system when human beings were...

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 Terry J. Hallock

Freedom! What a powerful word! Along with love and security, freedom is the deepest desire of each human heart. Throughout the ages people have laid down their very lives to win it. In this very hour our best, bravest, and brightest spill their blood on foreign soil so that others might know it. In the words of an old gospel song, ''All...

by Ernest Easley

Now join me tonight in Matthew chapter 18. As you are finding Matthew 18, I want to ask you a question: How long has it been since somebody hurt your feelings? Ripped you off? Stolen from you? Slandered you? Gossiped about you? or just plain offended you? Well, if you live long enough, sooner or later, you're going to be hurt by somebody you counted...

by Christopher Harbin

We like to think of freedom during this week of July. Our fireworks displays and patriotic displays will lend credibility to the theme of a nation founded on principles of ''freedom and justice for all.'' We will wave our flags, enjoy our cookouts, apple pie, watch fireworks, and celebrate the blessings we have come to enjoy and associate...

by Jesse Hendley

Our Freedom in Christ! Galatians 4:31 says, 'We are FREE.'' Then in chapter 5, ''Stand fast, therefore, IN THE FREEDOM wherewith Christ hath MADE us free, and be not ENTANGLED again with the yoke of bondage.'' We are free! Christ made us free! Be not entangled again! Verse 31: ''So, then, brethren, we are not children of the BOND-woman...

by David Cawston

The desire for freedom is one of the strongest desires of the human soul. Men over the centuries have given their very lives and fortunes for this desire. It was the desire of Hebrew salves in Egypt! It was the desire of Babylonian Captives. It was the desire of a group of pilgrims that founded our nation! Recorded in the first Document the Mayflower Pact, it was the desire…

by Randal Ross

There is one sacred word to Americans: It is freedom. Freedom is the IDEAL of our nation. The ''Holy Grail'' which our forefathers sought. There is no other word that matters as much to Americans than the land of freedom. America was born of a hunter for freedom. The PILGRIMS...

by Ken Trivette

One of the worst evils in the history of humanity was slavery. In the first century world in the Roman Empire, there were more than 6 million people who were regarded as slaves. One in five people served as a slave. Therefore, one of the most productive economic businesses at the time of this writing was the...

by Ron Clarkson

When Ann and I were on our honeymoon in Hawaii, she thought it would be fun and exciting to go para-sailing. I laughed and waited for her to get serious, but I found out all too soon that she was serious. I said, wait a second, there was nothing in the prenuptial about me having to do this. But she made the reservations anyway, so we...

by Robert Dawson

It is with much regret and sorrow that I'm telling you I've run away with my new boyfriend. I know how upset you'll be, but I'm truly happy. So please find it in your heart to be happy for me. I have found real passion with Ahmed. He is so nice, with all his piercings and tattoos and his big motorcycle. But that's not all...

by Ron Dunn

Last Sunday morning we began talking about God's plan for His people to be financially free. There are two verses of Scripture that I want to read again just as a platform for what we're going to say this morning.The first one is a culmination of all that Jesus has been talking about in this particular chapter about our attitude toward...

by David Burns

Our ultimate purpose as a church is to Glorify God--that is done primarily in our worship of God. Not just our cooperate worship, here. But how well we each worship God during the weekday. Out of our Worship, our purpose, comes our work. Our ultimate work is to reach our communities and this world for Christ...

by Roger Thomas

William Wallace asked the right question. If you saw the movie Braveheart, you know the story of the Scottish patriot. Mel Gibson directed and starred in the 1995 movie about the Scottish revolt in the 1400's. At one point in the movie, Wallace prepares a rag tag band of rebels for battle. They must face a...

by Joe Alain

There are some institutions that are vital to every civil society, even more so to societies that are founded on the principles of liberty and freedom. Christians, when they have lived up to the highest ideals of their faith, have defended the weak and the vulnerable and worked tirelessly to protect and strengthen vital institutions of...

by Johnny Hunt

In this one chapter alone, Jesus forgives the woman taken in adultery; He encourages those in darkness to look to Him, as the Light of the world; He told the Jews that God the Father sent Him; Jesus spoke of His death and the fact that they would die in their sins and could not come to where He was; He said He was from above and...

by Rick White

Then Peter came and said to Him, ''Lord, how often shall my brother sin against me and I forgive him? Up to seven times?'' 22 Jesus said to him, ''I do not say to you, up to seven times, but up to seventy times seven. 23 ''For this reason the kingdom of heaven may be compared to a certain king who wished to settle accounts with...

by Adrian Rogers

Take your Bibles and today we're going to find two Bible texts. Put a bookmark first of all in Galatians three three and then turn to First Corinthians fifteen and we're going to start in verse nine there. I'm going to read Galatians three three first and then First Corinthians fifteen beginning in verse nine. Today, I want to...

by Marvin D. Patterson