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SERMONS & MEDIA ON PETER

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PETER SERMON OUTLINES

by Stan Coffey

THE FAILURE OF THE SAINT. Luke 22:57 (CSV) - But he denied it: ''Woman, I don't know Him!'' A. We Fail Because of Pride. Luke 22:33-34 - (33) ''Lord,'' he told Him, ''I'm ready to go with You both to prison and to death!'' (34)''I tell you, Peter,'' He said, ''the rooster will not crow today until you deny three times that you...

by Charles H. Spurgeon

Peter had terribly fallen. He had denied his Master, denied Him repeatedly, denied Him with oaths, denied Him in His presence while his Master was being smitten and falsely charged. He had denied Him, though he was an apostle, denied Him, though he had declared that should all men forsake Him, yet would he...

by Dennis Marquardt

There is a certain law of nature that goes like this: "everything takes the path of least resistance." Whether it is electricity flowing, rocks falling, or water running, things follow the path of least resistance when left to themselves. Have you ever noticed a river and how it differs from a canal? Canals are straight because they are man made - the shortest distance between two points created by man. A river however meanders...

by Brad Whitt

I want you to take God's precious, inspired and holy Word now this morning and be finding your place at Luke chapter 22 if you would. We are in a series of studies on 12 ordinary men who were called by Jesus to do some very extraordinary things, and of course, we're talking and learning about the 12 disciples (or the 12 apostles). And as I shared with you last week, one of the things that makes these men so...

by Jeff Strite

I recently heard a radio announcer tell about a man who went through a drive up at a KFC restaurant. He ordered about $6 worth of food and then pulled up to give his money to the teller. He handed her a $200 bill. It had President George Bush's picture on the front and on the back was a picture of a vegetable with the words beneath it declaring ''I hate broccoli!'' She took the bill and gave him his food and exact change. He drove away, apparently never to be seen...

by Chris Brown

The church suffers a loss. Acts 12:1-4 The church uses its power. Acts 12:5-12 The church shows its faith? Acts 12:13-19 The church out lives us all. Acts 12:20-25 FOUR THINGS TO REMEMBER IN A CRISIS...

by John Barnett

If we will watch and listen closely, John 21 can become a school with Jesus Christ Himself as our instructor, training us in loving Him with all our hearts and lives. Christ's final lesson focused on just one area of Peter's life-LOVE. The question was pointed, focused, and simple: ''Peter do you love Me?''...

by Clarence E. Macartney

That is the story of the trial of Peter: how Christ transformed a man of clay into a stone. The geologist tells us that much of the rock that now forms the surface of the earth was once clay. So every human soul has in it the capacity, under divine grace, to become a redeemed soul, to become a character and personality upon whom men can build. One of the joys of heaven to which we can look...

by Steve Jones

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists created a Doomsday Clock in 1947 to warn the world of the dangers of nuclear weapons. This past Wednesday, they moved the clock two minutes closer to midnight, symbolizing the annihilation of civilization and adding the perils of global warming for the first time...

by Robert Walker

Here are some of the most disappointing words in the bible, ''Then all the disciples forsook Him, and fled.'' Now the Lord said this would happen. He sees and he knows and yet he still loves these disciples with a steadfast love. Notice thee words ''I will smite the Shepherd, and the sheep shall be scattered.'' Now God is in complete control of the situation but Peter did not...

by Brian Fletcher

What was Peter doing? Just a few hours before this he was ready to single-handedly take on several hundred Roman soldiers. But now, Peter is denying that he even knows Jesus. Was Peter just in shock over what had taken place in the last few hours? Was Peter scared? Was he confused? Had Peter lost hope? More than...

by Ron Clarkson

by Marvin D. Patterson

One day, a teacher was talking to her first grade class about whales when a little girl had a question. Little Girl: ''Do whales swallow people?'' Teacher: ''No, even though they are much bigger than a person, they have throat pleats that filter their food of krill and plankton. Little Girl: ''But Mrs. Thurston says Jonah was...

by Dennis Marquardt

When you stop and think about the Apostles you probably have in your mind a picture of great men of God who healed the sick, raised the dead, did great miracles everywhere they went, and exercised faith that was unshakable and perfect – and if you do, you are not thinking about the 12 apostles that followed Jesus...

by Robert Dawson

Have you ever been in a situation where you did not respond appropriately or did not know how to respond appropriately? Let me see that hand!! Yes. We have all been there.I remember working for Whitehead Hardware my first year in college loading and unloading trucks and stocking warehouse shelves...

by John Barnett

Peter reached the bottom and came to his darkest hour. Alone and unprepared for temptation, he forgot Christ's warning and plunged into waters too deep for him. Drowning in fear, Peter succeeds in denying Jesus firmly and openly three times. But Jesus, who warned him, also prayed for him, and now comes to Peter and...

by Richard Laue

My intent today is for the Holy Spirit to give you a hunger and thirst to live with me in the next few months in I Peter; not just on Sunday mornings, but through the week as well.After the Gospels and Acts the remainder of the New Testament is made up of twenty-two Epistles, and I would like to show you how these letters...

by Daniel Rodgers

Last week's lesson came from chapter four, (vv. 12-19); dealing with the fiery trials the early Christians were enduring. We talked about the certainty of trials—that will come. We talked about what our attitude should be toward them; and then we discussed how God sometimes uses trials as a tool for chastening...