SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON HARVEST

Our sermon ideas on the Harvest will help you preach a powerful message on sowing and reaping in the kingdom of God. Prepare your messages on the harvest field and the workers needed for the harvest with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


HARVEST SERMON OUTLINES

by James Merritt

We all know the name Billy Graham. He has spoken publicly about Jesus Christ, and preached the gospel to more people than any person in human history. He is easily one of the most recognizable and famous people on the face of planet earth. If anybody knows anything about the harvest, it is…

by Adrian Rogers

We've been studying in the gospel of Mark. Today we come to a very wonderful and beautiful passage. And as I looked at it tremendously blessed my heart. Mark chapter four and I began in verse 26, "And he said, so is the kingdom of God as if a man...

by J. Gerald Harris

The one thing that interested the Lord Jesus more than anything else was the harvest. He calls himself, in Matthew 9:38, ''the Lord of the harvest.'' It was the harvest that moved Him to leave the ivory palaces of heaven and come to a world of woe. He said, in Luke 19:10, ''the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.''

by Stan Coffey

That's been a principle of my life. Now, the scripture tells us there is a law of the harvest. The law of the harvest is illustrated everywhere in life. As we look at the law of the harvest today, remember the law of the harvest says that you reap what you sow. ''Be mot deceived, God is not mocked, for whatsoever a man soweth...

by Jeff Schreve

Let me ask you a question. How many have ever gotten a speeding ticket? You know, you get a speeding ticket, and I've had my share, you get a speeding ticket when you break the law on the road, the speed limit law. You can only go so fast on the road. That's right. You'll be breaking it one day, too. But, you know man has set up laws to govern our highways…

by Roger Thomas

Haggai: The Law of the Harvest (18 of 20) by Roger Thomas
Before you can appreciate Haggai's message, you need to understand a principle that many find a bit foreign to our world. I will call it the Law of the Harvest. Simply put, the Law of the Harvest says ''Whatsoever a man sows that shall he also reap.'' In other words, life has consequences...

by Jerry Watts

When you go to the movie, you'll discover that the first 5-10 minutes contain previews of upcoming movies and attractions. Most of the time, I'm not interested in the previews because those movies don't interest me, but here I'm more than interested because this is a preview of the greatest battle of all times. This is a preview of the Battle of Armageddon...

by Ernest Easley

It is from the New Testament book of Galatians that we learn that the Lord Jesus Christ is the LORD OF LIBERTY! Jesus is the great liberator! He sets the captives free! When He steps into your heart, He liberates you from the bondage of the Law into the liberty of grace! Psalm 146.7 tells us that ''He gives food to the hungry and freedom to the prisoners.'' Jesus gives...

by Dr. Ed Young

Some here are tired of living in the shallows, a life surrounded with deceit and lies and immorality. Lord, deal with those. Others here, Father, are in the valley of despair and depression and despondency. Come and encourage these. May this be a moment in which all of us are strangely and uniquely in tune with Thee and with the real world of real value...

by Daniel Rodgers

Jeremiah was the major prophet during the decline and fall of the southern kingdom of Judah. He is the author of the book of Jeremiah, as well as the book of Lamentations...a record of his lament over the demise of Judah. He is often referred to as the ''Weeping Prophet of Israel.''...

by Claude Thomas

Is it true, "All we ever learn from history is that we never learn from history"? I certainly hope that is never true for us, the people of God. It was not true for the Psalmist. As a matter of fact, I am convinced the experiences of the past...

by David Cawston

Jesus had gone through Samaria to the village of Sychar. He had stopped at the well outside of the city while his disciples had gone into the city to get some food. He engaged in conversation with a Samaritan woman in conversation who had come out to the well for water.7 When a Samaritan woman came to draw...

by Robert Walker

His name was Fleming, and he was a poor Scottish farmer. One day, while trying to make a living for his family, he heard a cry for help coming from a nearby bog. He dropped his tools and ran to the bog. There, mired to his waist in black muck, was a terrified boy, screaming and struggling to free himself. Farmer Fleming saved the...

by Eddie Snipes

What a privilege and honor to be called and used by God to do His will. Our calling is not to put our focus on this earth, nor is it to make the world a better place. Our calling is to follow Jesus Christ on a pilgrimage to heaven. In doing so, we will also fulfill God's purpose for our life along the journey. If the church fulfills this role, our...

by George H. Morrison

One of the uses of the harvest festival is to waken us to things we take for granted. We are always in peril of taking things for granted, especially in organized communities. The tinker,1 tramping along the highway can never take his firewood for granted; nor can the desert traveler take his water, so he has to shape his course to reach the wells. But in...

by Rocco Badenhorst

A farmer makes his living by sowing and reaping, if he fails to plant a harvest he fails to reap a harvest...so it is in the spiritual realm, unless we sow into the kingdom of GOD we cannot reap life everlasting. Unless we sow repentance we cannot reap forgiveness. Unless we sow love we cannot reap love etc...

by Keith Krell

How many of you remember these from last week? [Hold up Jena's garden tools.] My wife, Lori, corrected me and informed me that these are not "purple female utensils." Rather, they are lavender garden tools. (Sometimes we can all get a bit tongue-tied.) I used these lavender garden tools to illustrate that we are...

by Donald Cantrell

Mr. Spurgeon tells of a visit he made to a public house in Nottingham, to see the landlord's wife who was dying, and found her rejoicing in the Saviour's love. He asked her how she found Christ. ''Reading that,'' she replied. Mr. Spurgeon looked at the paper and discovered that it was part of an American newspaper containing an...