SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON PURPOSE

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PURPOSE SERMON OUTLINES

by J.D. Greear

WELCOME: If you are just joining us, we are at the end of a 4-week series on the book of Psalms called Question Everything, in which we're seeing how an ancient collection of songs engages some of our most pressing questions today. Week 1: Can I be Happy? Week 2: Is Something Wrong with Me? Week 3: Will Life Ever Get...

by Stan Coffey

We have been talking about how to be a spiritual champion like the Lord Jesus Christ and the victory we have with Him. This is our eighth message in this series called God's Olympics. We have been talking about how to go for the spiritual gold, how to be a spiritual champion. When all the sports, professional, collegiate, and high school...

by Benny Perez

I Declare There Is More Purpose for you and you are called to change the world!! Text: Jeremiah 1:1-10 NLT I. God Knows You v. 5 A. God says I knew you 1. Knew - Yada - it is more than intellectual knowledge 2. It speaks of personal and intimate relationship. 3. This word is used to describe a relationship between husband...

by Christopher Harbin

There are many reasons we give for our existence. There are many objectives we set forth in life as giving our lives meaning and purpose beyond simple existence. Beyond questions of having a reason to live, however, there is always the question of how our lives can contribute to a worthwhile mission. Do we live...

by Jeff Schreve

We‘re here at the Grapevine Mills Mall in Grapevine, Texas. And we are going to be talking to different people at the mall asking them this one question: What is your primary purpose in life? What do you think your primary purpose in life is? To get rich. All right, that‘s a good answer. To do something good. Make something better...

by Kerry Shook

You can't really have a firsthand relationship with God until you first discover your firsthand purpose. And so what I want to do is sort of go back to the first person, Adam, because we can learn so much about our purpose by looking at the first person that God created. In fact when we look at Adam, we can answer the two greatest...

by Tony Nester

Jeremiah is famous for his words of judgment and doom against the people of Judah. Here's is a sample of his prophecy. (Jeremiah 6:16-26 NRSV) God was giving Jeremiah a vision of the coming destruction of Jerusalem. It was a painful vision to bear. Jeremiah would look at the City of Jerusalem and see its future: the crops burned and people going hungry, men, women and...

by Jerry Watts

When I was a kid, watching WW2 movies and TV shows was a big thing. One of the things I remember is hearing a guard raise his gun and say, "State your purpose." Whether someone gained entry or not, depending on them having a stated purpose which was consistent with admission to the building, camp, or headquarters...

by David Cawston

Introduction: Today I want to Share with you a message about vision. Personal Vision. Corporate vision as a Church. A. What is a vision? It is a divine destiny! A Divine purpose! Prov 29:18 18 Where there is no vision, the people perish: (KJV) B. God has a vision or purpose for every man...

by Jeff Strite

OPEN: One woman shared a story of her childhood as a victim of polio. She said, ''When my mother left me in Sunday School I always asked to wear her locket. She thought I liked the locket, but that wasn't it at all. I knew I wasn't worth coming back for, but I knew she would come back...

by Johnny Hunt

Matthew 28:19-20 ''Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age. Amen.'' In the Great Commission, the Lord offered us...

by Ron Dunn

If God is going to use you, Sunday School teacher, deacon, Christian, you must choose one great purpose in life. I think the great purpose that every Christian ought to have for his life is the purpose that Paul revealed in the twentieth verse of Philippians, chapter one. According to my earnest expectation and my hope, that in nothing I shall...

by Mark Baker

James 4:14 whereas you do not know what will happen tomorrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away.The older I get the more I realize how precious and valuable my time is. Time is something we only have once, so we have to make good use of it...

by Stephen Whitney

In January 2012 the Lutheran Church of All Saints in Stockholm Sweden added a Friday night "techno mass' accompanied by ultraviolet lights where the young dance in the isles to the beat of the rock band up on the stage.This Friday night mass is the church's latest attempt to attract young people in a country where attendance at...

by Ernest Easley

As you are turning to the 14th chapter of Acts ... I am encouraging every member of our fellowship and in addition .. every person who is prayerfully considering RSBC as their church home .. to be back tonight at 6:00 p.m. in the Worship Center as we share what our Advisory Council has been doing and its impact on our church...

by John McKain

How will we praise our Lord this Christmas season? Will we praise him by simply attending the Christmas pageantry hosted by a multitude of churches? Will we seize the spirit of love and giving, at this time of the year, to reach out to others? Will we praise him with renewed commitments of obedience to his...

by Ron Clarkson

Good morning and welcome to Oakdale Community Church. This morning I'm introducing a series I'll be doing next fall entitled "Living Life on Purpose". Join us next week as Tim Ayers, our Pastor of Creative Communication will begin a three week series on "Great Expectations." Let's join together in prayer as we...

by Terry J. Hallock

As David stood in the Valley of Elah where the battle between Israel and the Philistines, led by their giant Goliath, was about to come a head, David's older brother Eliab angrily demanded, "Why camest thou down hither?" In other words, "What are you doing here? You don't belong here! You're the little brother and you're supposed to...

by Dick Onarecker

Mediocrity is defined as "middling, straddling the fence, neither good nor bad; second-rate, without intention." Depression, floundering, listless, aimless: these words characterize the life lived in mediocrity.These words also characterize lives without an all-consuming relationship with Jesus Christ.John Mark, the writer of the...

by Zach Terry