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SERMONS & MEDIA ON SACRIFICE

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SACRIFICE SERMON OUTLINES

by Daniel Rodgers

This morning, I want to discuss with you two very important subjects; stewardship and sacrifice. We all understand what stewardship is; it is to be a steward or caretaker of something. To sacrifice means to give up something, usually at great expense or cost to ourselves. Keep in mind; God has never asked the unsaved world to sacrifice anything, but He has said that we, as believers, are to be willing...

by Jeff Strite

The true story is told of a banquet where a famous religious leader found himself seated next to an extremely beautiful woman who was wearing a gown with a perilously low neckline. He introduced himself to her… and then offered her an apple. She was a little surprised, but he explained with a smile, ''Please do take it, Madame. It was only after Eve...

by Stan Coffey

Our verse for this series has been Deuteronomy 26. ''There God said to the children of Israel, 'When you come into the land take some of the first fruits of all that you produced. Put them in a basket, place the basket before the Lord your God and bow down before Him.'' And that's what we are going to do tonight. Now, the text for today is 2 Corinthians chapter 8..

by Ken Trivette

Last Sunday morning we saw from the words of Peter that as believers we are priests and as priests we are to offer spiritual sacrifices. As we continue that thought I point out that Peter speaks of the believer as a "holy" priests (2:5), and "royal" priests" (2:9). As a holy priesthood we see our purpose. The word "holy" speaks of that which is sacred. The…

by Jerry Branch

If you and I know Jesus Christ, as our Savior and Lord, THEN, does it not then not make sense, THAT WE, whom He came into this world to save, to redeem us to Himself as we're told in Titus 2:14- ''...who gave Himself for us, that He might redeem us from every lawless deed and purify for Himself His own special people''-does it not...

by John Barnett

Let's open in our Bibles to continue our study of James by opening to Hebrews 11. Now isn't that interesting? That should get your attention. We are looking this morning as we continue through the book of James at the attitude that these first century Christians had that made them so powerful. I think that in order to understand the words of James we have to see the background...

by Rick White

Message Truth: The scripture teaches us that Jesus is not so impressed by the amount we may give, but He is interested in our heart, motive, and passion. (Mat 26:6-13 NIV) While Jesus was in Bethany in the home of a man known as Simon the Leper, {7} a woman came to him with an alabaster jar of very expensive perfume, which she poured on his head as he was reclining at the table. {8} When...

by Ernest Easley

This morning we're continuing our series of messages through the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes. So take God's infallible word and join me in the book of Ecclesiastes. What we find in Ecclesiastes is the testimony of King Solomon. Like some of you, Solomon set out on a Quest for the Best! He looked at everything he had accumulated and accomplished and realized that none of those things had brought...

by Wayne Hinson

Very few preachers, or at least those that I have had the privilege of either reading behind or listening to, have ever combined verse 3 with verses 1 and 2. However, verse one deals with what it takes to make a suitable sacrifice of our bodies to the Lord. Verse 2 deals with what it takes to make a solid separation from the life of the world. Verse 3 deals with what it takes to maintain...

by Jesse Hendley

Now, friends, if you have your Bibles, turn with me to Genesis 3:21 and we are beginning a study of the wonderful truth of Sacrifice For Sin, or what Sacrifice means in the Bible, what the meaning of the Blood is, in the Bible, and the meaning of the Cross. We find it all through the Bible. Someone has well said that there are two threads that run through the Bible. One is the golden thread of the Coming of the Lord, and the other is the scarlet...