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SERMONS & MEDIA ON PROMISES

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PROMISES SERMON OUTLINES

by Jeff Strite

As children we learned that promises are were important and needed to be kept. And God understands that and so He repeatedly tells us throughout the Bible that if He makes a promise He'll keep it. And in the Bible one of the most significant kind of promises God made were called ''Covenants.'' A covenant was the kind of promise thatt God ...

by Frank Damazio

We're feeling the Spirit of God breathing freshness into our spirit, a new wind of expectation. Jesus said, ''The thief comes to steal, kill, and destroy, but I give you real life, more and better life than you ever dreamed of.'' I expect that life. I expect good and very good things to come my way. When I pray, I expect something to happen. When I give, I expect...

by Johnny Hunt

God keeps all His promises according to His truthful, faithful character. Five of the seven churches in Revelation have received ''rebukes'' from the Lord Himself; however, He offers promises of encouragement to each one that will ''hear what the Spirit says to the churches.'' Our help and our hope is all predicated on God's...

by Miles Seaborn

The story of the nation of Israel is not only an account of an infant nation in history, but it is also a parable of our lives today. The text, Joshua 3 that we read is only one part of that story. In order to rightly understand the boldness of this experience, this venture of faith by God's people, let me remind you of the circumstances that surround this great event...

by Ron Dunn

''Bible promises,'' said Spurgeon, ''are checks drawn on Heaven's Bank that we endorse with faith and present to God for payment. True-but sometimes the checks are postdated! It's upsetting to find that God doesn't operate according to our time schedule. Assuming God will respond immediately to our prayers, we rise from our knees expecting to find the answer...

by Larry Osborne

This week we heard that God's promises are what give us hope and vision to take the next steps in the new opportunities and challenges God offers us. We also heard that God's promises come with conditions. As you read John 14, what promises and conditions does Jesus offer to the disciples prior to his crucifixion (and the challenges he knew they would encounter...

by Benny Perez

I want to start a New Series called Fight. The Bible talks about Fighting the Good Fight of Faith! That Jesus has secured the Victory but at times there is still a Fight. We might be Fighting the Flesh (Our Will), Fighting The Devil, Fighting For What Is Right. But make no mistake about it, there is a Fight. The difference is that we are not fighting in our ability or might. Rather we fight from a position of...

by Stan Coffey

Today we continue in our series, ''New Beginnings,'' and I'm speaking today on this subject, ''Claiming God's Promises.'' God gave a man named Caleb a promise, but that promised had to be claimed. God has given promises to all of us, but we need to know how to claim them and make them real in our lives. We read in Numbers the story of when the twelve spies that Moses sent over into the promised land...

by Stephen Whitney

Reverend John Harper was traveling to America aboard the Titanic to minister at Moody Memorial Church in Chicago when it sank on April 15, 1912 in the icy waters 700 miles off the coast of Canada. His wife had died a few years earlier, so his six-year-old daughter, Nana and her nanny, Miss Leitch, had accompanied him on the trip. When the ship began sinking, he placed is daughter and her nanny into a lifeboat and they were saved, but...

by Keith Krell

Have you ever been pulled over by a police officer? (Come on, confession is good for the soul.) Now tell me if this has ever happened to you. A police officer pulls you over, gets out of his car, slowly makes his way up to the driver's window, and says, ''I couldn't help but notice on my radar that you were going the speed limit. So I just wanted to pull you over and let you know how blessed the police department of this city is to...

by Richard Bradley

People make us promises all the time. Sometimes those people mean to keep their promises and sometimes they don't. Sometimes people (like politicians) promise us something just to get us off their backs. The question comes down to ''who do you trust?'' A promise is only as good as the person making the promise. What is his...

by Zach Terry

If you could go and visit any decade of your life which would it be? How many say the 80's? 90's? any 60's? That's the crowd you have to watch out for...Here's the point - in each of us there is a longing for a time long since gone. I don't mean the 80's I mean LONG since gone. You sense it every time you go to a funeral. It's not...

by Patrick Edwards

As we read earlier this morning, the Lord says to His people in Isaiah 43, ''Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by name, you are mine. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and through the rivers, they shall not overwhelm you; when you walk through fire you shall not be burned, and the flame shall not...

by Steve Jones

The minister of the wedding said to the bride: "Do you take this man, for better for worse, richer for poorer, in sickness in health?" She said "I'll take better, richer and health." I'm not sure she understood the promise. Christians are people of promise and it's important that we understand our promises. Today we want to explore the...

by Terry J. Hallock

I recently read an article in Reader's Digest about the growing anger of airline passengers. It seems that the larger the number of airline passengers grows, the more they are experiencing broken promises. The airlines promise reserved seats and then bump those who have them. They promise on-time arrivals and then...

by Tony Nester

by Robert Walker

There was a tightrope walker, who did incredible aerial feats. All over Paris, he would do tightrope acts at tremendously scary heights. Then he had succeeding acts; he would do it blindfolded, then he would go across the tightrope, blindfolded, pushing a wheelbarrow. An American promoter read about this in the papers and wrote a...

by George H. Morrison

Out of all the riches of these verses let us take what the Lord says about Himself. Let us select the words He uses of Himself. We may not disentangle in experience the acting of the Father and the Son, but often we may disengage in thought what we cannot disentangle in experience. So here we may reverently lay aside, in thought...

by Jules Boquet

The message deals with the promises which God has given to us in His word. These promises which includes the promise of the spirit; the promise of your family; and the promise of God's revelation are for us to stand upon as we live in these end times.We are living in the end times. There are many broadcasts on...

by Ernest Easley

We're thinking today about Pillows, Pillars, and Promises. Take your Bible and turn please to Genesis 28.Now it was last Sunday we learned about Jacob's Departure. Because Jacob had taken his brother's birthright by determination and then took his brother's blessing by deceit, his brother Esau declared: "I will kill my brother Jacob...