SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON MATTHEW

Our sermon ideas on Matthew will help you preach a powerful message on Jesus as the Messiah. Preach on topics including Jesus as the fulfillment of OT prophecy, Jesus' life and ministry, the Sermon on the Mount, and the great commission. Prepare your messages on God's Word in Matthew with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


MATTHEW SERMON OUTLINES

by Steve Jones

The Sunday School Teacher asked little Jimmy if he prayed every night. He said "No Maam. Some nights I don't need nothing." We're often better at "asking" in prayer than we are at "thanking". A man dreamed he went to heaven and Peter gave him the tour. The first room they stopped at was large and full of bustling activity with angels flitting to and…

by James Merritt

I am beginning a brand new series of messages today on the Sermon on the Mount that I have entitled, "The Only Way to Live." The reason I have given it that title is because that is exactly what Jesus tells us in the greatest sermon ever preached in the history of the world—the Sermon on the Mount. A Chinese Christian came to a missionary one time and...

by Adrian Rogers

Take God's word and turn with me, if you would please to Matthew Chapter 2. There we have the story of the visit of the wise men and gifts that they brought to the Lord Jesus. Do you have difficulty finding just the right gift for just the right person? Have you ever thought about the gift that you may give to the...

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: Matthew 1 is probably the most read chapter in the entire Bible. You read most books by starting at the beginning. So people start reading the New Testament in the same way. Unfortunately, a lot of folk open the New Testament to Matthew 1:1. They confront what seems like an endless list of impossible to pronounce names. They quickly give up...

by Jeff Strite

An extremely nervous patient came to his dentist for root canal surgery. He was brought into the examining room and made comfortable in the reclining dental chair. The dentist then injected a numbing agent around the patient's tooth, and left the room for a few minutes while the medication took hold. When the dentist returned, the patient...

by Stan Coffey

I know you are ready to hear God's word today and I want you to take word and turn to Matthew Chapter 13 and we've been looking at God's lost and found department and today I want us to move into thinking about the strange mysteries of the kingdom of heaven. Now if you are a part of the kingdom of heaven, you can understand the mysterious...

by Johnny Hunt

A disciple is a learner, but also a follower. At Gardner-Webb College, I was invited as ministerial student of the year to preach in one of our convocation services (Chapel). I chose Acts 16:25-31 on the Philippian Jailer. In this text, I talked about the ABC's of coming to Christ: Acknowledge Your Need, Believe On The Lord Jesus and Conversion...

by Jeff Schreve

If you have your Bible today, turn to Matthew chapter 7. We're in a series on the parables. Today, we want to look at the Parable of the Builders. Now, when my kids were little, still in grade school, if I remember correctly, I took Amy and Sarah, my second and third. Jill didn't go with us. But I went to a friend's house. Mark Holifield lived in...

by Marvin D. Patterson

There was a farmer who grew watermelons. He was doing pretty well, but he was disturbed by some local kids who would sneak into his watermelon patch at night and eat his watermelons. After some careful thought, he came up with a clever idea that he thought would scare the kids away for sure. He made up a sign and posted it in the field. The next...

by Stuart Briscoe

Anyone observing Jesus at work could see He was on a mission—like a farmer gathering the harvest. Because His disciples did not share His vision, He had to teach them their role. He is still instructing His church about the harvest, harvesting, and the need for harvesters. Jesus shared His vision of human need with His disciples, and He expected them...