SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON PASSION

Our sermon ideas on Passion will help you preach a powerful message. Prepare your messages on passion with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


PASSION SERMON OUTLINES

by Rex Yancey

Two cowboys had fallen on hard times. They had heard about the U. S. Calvary. They were hired as bounty hunters and offered ten dollars for each Apache they brought in. Their first night out, they camped in the open plain. When one of them woke the next morning, he saw a thousand apaches’s surrounding their camp, armed to the teeth. He shook his partner awake and said, ‘‘Wake up, Tex. We’re rich!’’...

by Stan Coffey

Today we are going to talk about ‘‘Renewing Your Passion For America.’’ I trust you have a passion for America. But I believe among believers that passion needs to be renewed in a spiritual sense. So I want us to look at the message today ‘‘Renewing Your Passion For America’’ in Psalm 33:12 and Psalm 9:17. Psalm 33:12 ‘‘Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD; and the people...

by Frank Damazio

INTRODUCTION: ‘‘Who is this Jesus? He lived two thousand years ago, in an obscure town, in an obscure country, during a relatively dark period in human history that was dominated by the Roman Empire. Yet He stands unequaled and unparalleled in the phenomenal greatness of His life as well as in the stunning impact He has had on history...

by Donald Cantrell

Charlie Brown - True Friendships. On one occasion, Peppermint Patty said to Marcie: ''I'd like to read this book, Marcie, but I'm kind of afraid. I had a grandfather who didn't think much of reading.'' She continued by saying, ''He always said that if you read too many books, your head would fall off.'' Marcie responds, ''You start the first chapter, and I'll hold onto your head!''...

by David Cawston

One of the greatest tragedies of the century in the church has been has been the divisions that have remained among us. A great strategy for warfare is to divide and conquer. If it is possible to take the enemies troops and cause them to concentrate on several fronts at one time, it is possible to defeat them...

by Michael Romero

Introduction: We are continuing to discuss the idea of ‘‘Experiencing Holy Spirit Power’’ in our lives and in our church. I find that when groups of people become God-watchers and there is a hum among God’s people about the latest thing God is doing in someone’s life or in the church things get pretty exciting. It completely changes the meaning of what church means. It is not only something that is good for you and as many people might...

by Kerry Shook

The television show Dancing With The Stars is a big hit again this season and of course, it’s the show where professional ballroom dancers are paired with celebrities that usually can’t dance very well. Some of them are just pathetic and you know there are times when the professional dancers must get so frustrated as they’re always getting their feet stepped on and sometimes they almost get dropped on their heads and they probably...

by Dave Gustavsen

Okay…back in early November we started reading a letter that Paul the Apostle wrote to a young pastor named Timothy. And these guys had spent a lot of time together, but now Paul had moved on, and he had left Timothy in charge of this church in Ephesus. So Paul wrote this letter to Timothy to remind him how church is supposed to work. Jesus said, I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it. So this movement that Timothy was...

by Rick White

Message Truth: God calls every believer to be His spokesperson and to carry the message of Jesus to other people. Introduction: In his book Christian Counter-Culture, John R.W. Stott has this to say: ‘‘If the beatitudes describe the essential character of the disciples of Jesus, the salt and light metaphors indicate their influence for good in the world. Yet the very notion that Christians can...

by Dan Hill

"One day the group of prophets came to Elisha and told him, 'As you can see, this place where we meet with you is too small. Let's go down to the Jordan River, where there are plenty of logs. There we can build a new place for us to meet.' 'All right,' he told them, 'go ahead.' 'Please come with us,' someone suggested. 'I will,' he said. So he went with them. When they arrived...

by Kenneth Boa

Just turn right after the railroad tracks. You can't miss it." Locals have a quaint way of giving directions to lost motorists. They make a lot of assumptions. "Go past the Johnson's old farm to where the grocery store used to be." They forget about the fork in the road or the new traffic signal. "You can't miss it," they...

by J. Gerald Harris

There is a bumper sticker that reads: ''Get involved - the world is run by those who show up.'' Little is accomplished by those who sleep in. By those who are stuck in their ''comfort zone.'' By the spectators. By those who sit on the sidelines. And may I say that the change agents in our society are not just those who...

by Stan Coffey

We are continuing our series on ''Renewing Your Passion For Life.'' Today we want to talk about ''A Passion For The Lost.'' We have been known through the years as a church that has a passion for the lost, and that is because you as individuals have had a passion for the lost. It is not a church that has a passion, but it is...

by Stephen Whitney

Our word telephone comes from the Greek word meaning far voice as a persons voice is transmitted over a long distance on a wire. On March, 10, 1876 the first successful telephone transmission of clear speech using a liquid transmitter when Alexander Graham Bell spoke into his device, ‘‘Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see...

by T. Carlton Richardson

Viewed from a prayer perspective Jesus' ordeal from His arrest at Gethsemane to His crucifixion at Calvary provides a most striking example of the interrelationship between the act or struggle in prayer and how God responds or expresses His love for us because we are obedient to ask. Throughout His period of trial...

by Jonathan McLeod

This week I caught a few minutes of Oprah’s Favorite Things episode. You have probably seen one of these episodes. Oprah reveals all of her favorite things and gives them for free to ecstatic audience members. Obviously, these are very nice things and it’s always nice to get free stuff, but isn’t it true that these things can only bring temporary joy? As I watched the excitement of the studio audience, I thought of the indifference many people show toward the message of Jesus Christ...

by Miles McPherson

Tucson? Tucson. Where in Arizona? Gilbert, you know where Gilbert, Arizona is? Far away from Tucson? A little town. Ok, Minnesota, Minnesota. See you can't say Minnesota, you got to say Minnesowta. There's a w in Minnesota. Yes. Anybody else? Yes? Germany. How do you say hello in German? Did she say...

by Zach Terry

The Roman Cross was a despised object in the day of our Lord - but today it has become the logo of the Christian faith and our object of greatest joy. No other device of death and torture has ever been devised to surpass the agony of Roman crucifixion. I must warn you that what you are about to hear is grotesque. In my...

by Donald Cantrell

Jesus was nailed to a cross with heavy, square wrought-iron nails through His wrists and through His feet. He hung there for several hours. When His body slumped, excruciating, fiery pain would shoot along the fingers and up the arms to explode in the brain - the nails in the wrists were putting pressure on the...

by Jesse Hendley

This is not the first time Peter really came in contact with the Lord Jesus. You remember, he met Him down in Judea when his own brother brought him to the Lord (John 1:28, 40-42), but he had gone back to his fishing nets in Galilee. Peter was saved in Judea, he loved the Lord, but he was not winning souls. The Lord came to...