SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON TRUTH

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


TRUTH SERMON OUTLINES

by James Merritt

We live not in one world but in reality two worlds. We live in a world that is seen and we live in a world that is unseen. There is a world that is visible. There is a world that is invisible, there is the physical world. There is the spiritual world. There is that world that is natural and there is that world which is supernatural. The physical world...

by Jerry Vines

A great deal is said about the subject of words in this passage which I have read. Words have tremendous power. In the book of Proverbs, we are told, death and life are in the power of the tongue. Sometimes words can be very helpful. They can heal. They can uplift. They can encourage. On other occasions words can be very, very damaging. They can tear down. They...

by Frank Damazio

We have examined Ephesians 6:10-13, we now go on to Ephesians 6:14 and begin our study of each piece of the armor of God for the believer. The believer is to put on the ''whole armor'' of God, leave no piece out. It is God alone who knows the enemy and exactly the piece that is essential to you if you are to continue standing. Every single part of this armor is absolutely...

by J. Gerald Harris

In my hand I have a tract that was given to me by Greg Brezina. In this tract Greg Brezina tells how he came to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Greg Brezina played football for the Atlanta Falcons. He was on the Falcons team in 1978 when they played Philadelphia in the first round of the NFC playoffs. Greg Brezina was paid to...

by Robert Walker

Around 1528, Martin Luther, beset on every side by terror and trouble, the death of his dear daughter, his deepest melancholia, the siege of Vienna by the Turk, wrote the great battle hymn of the reformation, in which he confesses that no matter what the world, the flesh or the devil would wrest away from him, goods, honor, child or spouse, he was free because all his strength...

by Stan Coffey

We've been talking about values. Today I want to talk about the value of truth. I was reading an article in this week's Amarillo Globe News that talked about how Americans no longer value the truth. They were talking about an entertainer who went on the Jay Leno program and this particular young lady made up a story that wasn't true, yet she went on that program and told it for...

by Johnny Hunt

In this one chapter alone, Jesus forgives the woman taken in adultery; He encourages those in darkness to look to Him, as the Light of the world; He told the Jews that God the Father sent Him; Jesus spoke of His death and the fact that they would die in their sins and could not come to where He was; He said He was from above and...

by Chris Walls

John here focuses on the belief in God's truth. He emphasizes the need to teach sound doctrinal and the greater need to obey that doctrine. Scripture always presents stern warnings against false doctrine. Satan, since the Garden of Eden has attempted to distort and deny God's word. He is the ultimate force behind all-false teachers and false doctrine. Jesus warned in...

by Adrian Rogers

Would you take your bible this morning and turn to First Corinthians chapter fifteen and if you know anything about God's word right away you know that is the great chapter in the bible on the resurrection of Jesus Christ and right in the very heart of the gospel is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Today I want to speak to you on what I'm going to call the gospel truth, the gospel truth...

by Dr. Ed Young

We know that swearing and the hearing of-oaths; making commitments and covenants are common today - and so it was in the days of Jesus Christ. The Jews were an oath-making people. They would swear they would make a covenant because this was prior to the time of a lot of legal instrumentality. Primarily, it was just a verbal, interpersonal...

by Robert Dawson

Peter Falk (1927-2011) was an actor who played a variety of comedic and dramatic roles throughout his carry. One of his best known roles, characters, was the eccentric, rumpled but always triumphant detective Colombo, which you can still watch on Sunday nights on MeTv. In real life Falk had a glass eye. He lost his eye due to...

by Patrick Edwards

For almost three years we've been talking as a church about the calling we have to represent God in our community and serve Him in His mission both near and far. Our present series, the Church at Ephesus, has really highlighted this calling and has focused on the mission of the Church. If you think back to a year ago when we...

by David Cawston

Jesus makes a profound statement to his disciples that reflects bondage and unhappiness. If Truth sets us free then lack thereof produces the opposite of freedom. - Bondage, unhappiness etc. God Calls us as his disciples to be Handlers of truth. We are so impacted by the world around us having been born in it...

by Terry J. Hallock

Proverbs 23:23 contains the most powerful guidepost that we can ever learn. ''Buy the truth and do not sell it; get wisdom, discipline and understanding.'' Without personal possession of truth it will make no difference what you do following your graduation from this institution. You may climb the heights of...

by Jerry Watts

This past week I heard several things which I think will impact me for years to come, if not until the day I die. First, Tom Eliff began his messages by telling us exactly what the invitation would be at the end of his message and second, he spoke to us about the altar which will be open for an altar call. With every word he...

by John Barnett

As you open your copy of God's Divine Truth this morning, turn to Psalm 19:9. History records one tragic life lived off the pathway of truth. Let’s heed it! Who really cared? His was a routine admission to busy Bellevue Hospital. A charity case, one among hundreds. A bum from the Bowery with a slashed throat. The Bowery...last stop...

by Rick White