SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON NUMBERS

Our sermon ideas on Numbers will help you preach a powerful message on God's purpose in bringing Israel out of the wilderness to a land of promise. Preach on topics including disobedience and lack of faith, the promises of God, and the sure redemptive purposes of God for his people. Prepare your messages on God's Word in Numbers with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


NUMBERS SERMON OUTLINES

by Jeff Strite

In Winchester, Ohio there's a church called the Bethlehem Church of Christ. It's been in existence for over 150 years, and over the years different events have been recorded in their ''history'' book. One of their recent ministers was reading back over the different entries in this book when he ran across...

by Dennis Marquardt

After traveling only about 2 months from Mount Sinai Israel was on the threshold of experiencing God's great blessing and promise to them, the land of promise was just across the river, the place of blessing - full of milk and honey! They were excited...

by Jerry Vines

The Bible deals with timeless, eternal truths. The problems you and I face on a daily basis in our lives are really no different from the problems that people faced back in those days. Human existence is basically the same. The problems the people experience are basically the same kinds of problems. The lessons we learn in the Old Testament can be applied...

by Stan Coffey

Today we are in our second lesson from the Ed Young series ''Know Fear.'' Our Scripture for today is Numbers 11:5-6, what the Israelites said when they got in to the wilderness. They had been delivered out of Egypt and into the wilderness. They had been in bondage...

by Daniel Rodgers

God's will for us is not a game. When He reveals His will, we are smart to act upon it. We can complain and present our arguments; we can give God all the reasons why we should be allowed to do things our way or take another path; but in the end, if we are not careful, we can wind up with God's permissive will rather than what was best for us...

by Ken Trivette

Vance Havner used to describe the average Christian life as that of an old bed; firm on both ends, but sagging in the middle. As Christians, we are settled about our salvation. That end is firm. We know that we saved and that Christ is our Saviour. On the other end we know that we have a heavenly home awaiting us...

by James Merritt

I read a story about a man who was taking his small daughter on a cruise out to California's Catalina Island. It was one of those beautiful clear Southern California days, and suddenly the little girl exclaimed, ''Daddy, I can look farther than my eyes can see!'' I wish our churches were filled with people like that little girl who could look farther than they could see...

by Roger Thomas

The very opening of the Bible begins with numbers. Day one, day two, day three-so on throughout the chronicle of creation. The last chapters of the Bible number the city limits of the New Jerusalem, the Gates of Pearl, and the be-jeweled foundations of the heavenly home...

by Adrian Rogers

What is depression? A psychologist has described depression this way: a feeling of helplessness and hopelessness that leads to sadness. I think that's a good definition. A person who is depressed has problems real or imagined and he doesn't seem to be able to get a handle on them...

by Christopher Harbin

Conflict is inevitable. What is not inevitable is how we respond to it. We may murmur or complain when things do not happen as we want them to. We may fight in secret, hiding in our cowardice. It may be that we take our concerns before God, knowing that only God is faithful to hear us...