SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA FOR LABOR DAY

Our sermon ideas on Labor Day will help you preach a powerful message. Prepare your messages on Labor Day and the value of work with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


LABOR DAY SERMON OUTLINES

by Bob Wickizer

As you enter the living quarters of the Jesuit priests at Boston College you pass from the foyer into a network of halls where above the entrance to the main hall you admire this ornate Italian metal work containing the Latin words ''Orare est Labore'' - To pray is to work. Today's Gospel teaching stands on its own almost without any need for elaboration. But on a holiday weekend where we honor the contribution of laborers in building our nation and in a larger sense the contributions of workers everywhere who have created history, what do our lessons tell us about labors? Where do we find Good News in this? And how does this mystical intersection of prayer and labor help us?

by Stan Coffey

OUTLINE: I. FULFILL YOUR RESPONSIBILITY II. MAINTAIN YOUR INTEGRITY III. TRUST IN GOD'S SOVEREIGNTY If you have your Bible, I want you to turn again to the book of Genesis chapter 45. This morning we are going to speak on ''Succeeding In Spite Of Your Circumstances.'' Everyone who has ever succeed has had circumstances that were unfavorable to overcome and to deal with. Now, one of the problems and one of the reasons we get depressed is because we feel we are the only ones in that situation.

by Glenn Mollette

''And on the seventh day God ended His work which He had done, and He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had done. 3 Then God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it, because in it He rested from all His work which God had created and made.'' Genesis 2: 2 - 3 (NKJV) We are living in an age of unemployment. The statistics vary. Some researchers say twenty million Americans are not employed while one website stated as many as one hundred million Americans are not employed.

by Jeff Strite

OPEN: (Asking the Crowd) What is this weekend? That's right - it's Labor Day Weekend. And our sermon today is the beginning of a series on ''What Made America Great''. This first sermon deals with the greatness that has been brought to our nation because of how and why our people have learned to work.

by Nelson Price

JESUS CHRIST said, ''I must work the works of Him Who sent Me'' (John 9:4). If it was incumbent upon Jesus to do the work assigned by the Father, it is imperative that we do the work unto which He has appointed us. What is your work ethic?

by Johnny Hunt

INTRODUCTION: Only one who knows something of the conditions prevailing in the Roman Empire at the time this letter was written can realize how revolutionary they were. In those days wives, children, and slaves had practically no standing before the law, except as husbands, fathers, or masters desire to recognize them, but this glorious truth of the new creation, touched with glory every earthly relationship in which the Christian was found.

by Jerry Vines

Some of the most enjoyable programs on television, to me, are reruns. I watch a lot of old reruns. Maybe one you run into is Gilligan's Island. The character that Bob Denver played on Gilligan's Island - when anyone used the word, ''work,'' around him - his character acted liked that was the worse thing that ever happened. He would react, ''WORK!!!'' As if it was a horrible thing.

by Rick Ferguson

Do you know that every day of the week we send church members into the two greatest mission fields in our country? Every day we send members of our church into the public school systems, where there are hundreds and hundreds of young people who have never been saved. What an opportunity our young people have to touch other young people for Christ.

by Bailey Smith

Presidential Address, SBC - The first ''Bold Mission Thrust'' is recorded in Acts 4. ''Now when they saw the boldness of Peter and John . . . . ''In other words, their boldness was obvious and that boldness came from the fact that they believed the work of Christ was worth whatever the price. They said, ''For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard.''

by Adrian Rogers

Take God's Word please and be finding Ephesians chapter six. Were in a series entitled ''Lord Of All''. And we've been thinking of our Lord Jesus Christ as Lord of all of our work, and Lord of all of our wealth, and Lord of all of our worship. Today were continuing the theme, ''Lord of all our work.'' Lord of our work.