SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON JOB

Our sermon ideas on Job will help you preach a powerful message on the value of speaking to God in honest integrity and complaint. Preach on topics including trials and tribulations, remaining faithful in the midst of the storm, and the surety of God and his promises. Prepare your messages on God's Word in Job with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


JOB SERMON OUTLINES

by Jerry Vines

His friends will accuse Job and then, Job will answer them. In the opening dialogues that were going on between them as they were dealing with the problem of Job's tragedy and Job's suffering. They are rather civil and somewhat polite in what they have to say to him, but as the controversy continues and as they talk with one another and the heat rises and the...

by Dr. J. Vernon McGee

The Book of Job tells a true story but, since it comes out of the ancient Middle East, you may get the impression that it's far removed from life in modern America, that the story, and even Job's experience, are out of step. But it's very interesting that one of the most successful plays to appear on Broadway was a play entitled J.B. It's the story of the Book of Job...

by Stan Coffey

I want you to turn to Job chapter 1. Most of us know the story of Job. He lost everything he had. He had everything and then he lost everything and this is a verse when Job is faced with this terrible trial of having lost everything. This is his response as he tries to evaluate what has happened to him and possibly why it has happened to him. In Job chapter 1...

by Jeff Schreve

He said, "Well, I've got to tell you my story." He said, "I'm a brick layer." And he said, "I was laying brick and making a brick wall." And he said, "It was pretty high up, about three stories up." And he said, "I got finished with my wall and I had quite a number of bricks, left over on the scaffolding." And so he said, "I wanted to get them down. But he said, "I didn't have a...

by Ernest Easley

Today’s Sunday School lesson focused on the cross and the sufferings of the Lord Jesus Christ! As Jesus became sin upon that cross, He cried out, ''My God, My God, why have you forsaken Me?'' And on this Palm Sunday, Christians around the world remember the suffering Jesus went through so that we might have salvation! That He became sin so that our sin would be forgiven...

by Jesse Hendley

Job's question is the greatest facing every human being. All earth's two billion souls are vitally concerned in its answer! Is there life after death? What is waiting for you out yonder just beyond the grave? Where will YOU BE WHEN YOUR HEART STOPS BEATING? Where will you be a million years from now?What will be your condition THIRTY SECONDS...

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: Between these two texts is recorded one of the world's classic stories and one of faith's enduring lessons. This is the life of Job. A man was once having one of those days when everything goes wrong. One thing after another. At end of day he's laying in bed exhausted. He cries out: "Why me, God? What have I done to deserve this? Why does everything always go wrong for me?"...

by James Merritt

Most of us don't remember, but many years ago doctors used to make house calls. That is, they would actually come to your house with their little black bag, and they would examine you. One day a man took deathly ill, and his wife called the doctor and the doctor came out to the house. When he walked in, the wife told him that her husband was upstairs. He told...

by Charles H. Spurgeon

Thus Job speaks of himself, not by way of vaunting, but by way of vindication. Eliphaz the Temanite and his two companions had brought distinct charges against Job's character. Because they saw him in such utter misery, they concluded that his adversity must have been sent as a punishment for his sin, and therefore they judged him to be a hypocrite who, under cover...

by Daniel Rodgers

In the three verses I just read, we find a man just about as discouraged as someone can possibly be. When we think about Job we automatically think of suffering: The Christian and the non-Christian alike, have for centuries, drawn on the experiences, heartaches and disappointments of Job. More than any other thought, Job has been remembered for...