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SERMONS & MEDIA ON VICTORY

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VICTORY SERMON OUTLINES

by Jerry Vines

Sometimes I like to think about I Corinthians 15 as a mighty, majestic symphony. It is a symphony about the glorious resurrection which awaits the believer. Sometimes, in a symphony, there is a recurring refrain. As you read this great chapter about the believers' resurrection you will discover that all the way through there recurs the great song, the great refrain, of the resurrection of the...

by Adrian Rogers

Turn please to the book of Hebrews, chapter 11, and we begin our reading in verse 27. Now as we do that, I've spotted Dr. and Mrs. Ramsey Pollard in the congregation this morning-our pastor emeritus and his wife. What a joy Dr. Pollard and Mrs. Pollard, to have you have you here today. We love you and thank God for you. We're delighted you could be here.'' Hebrews, chapter...

by Stan Coffey

Israel would go through a cycle of rebellion against God. Then the second part of the cycle was that God's judgment always comes when we rebel against Him. Whether we're a nation or an individual, ''Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.'' So there was the cycle of rebellion, and then there was retribution: God would bring...

by Ernest Easley

Now take your Bible and open it to the table of contents. You'll find there the books of Bible listed in alphabetical order. Look down the list to the books beginning with the letter ''H.'' The first one listed is Habakkuk (sometimes pronounced : Habakkah, Habakook). We not only struggle pronouncing it and locating it, we know...

by James Merritt

Someone once asked general Douglas MacArthur what is the most important lesson a soldier fighting a war needs to learn? And Douglas MacArthur replied, ''he must learn quickly that there is no substitute for victory.'' no statement ever uttered has been more true about the Christian life than that one. If you try to substitute anything for victory as you live for...

by Jerry Watts

Last Sunday Tiger Woods tied Jack Nicolas' record for winning 73 times on the Pro Golf Tour. Ironically, he tied Jack by winning the Memorial Tournament which is 'Jack's tourney.' The final round was very interested. The cloud which surrounds Tiger looms large today. The revelation of his lifestyle and personal problems reveal to me his deep spiritual need. This deep need in...

by Joe Alain

Temptation is one of the realities that we have to deal with as Christians. Being a Christian does not mean that we will not face temptations. In fact, we may face even greater temptations. The problem of temptation is real and the struggle sometime is overwhelming. Temptation often plays out like the following scenario: We are tempted, enticed, then we fall...

by Johnny Hunt

Peter hastens to remind us of our invincible Lord, ''The God of all grace,'' who enables his willing servants to overcome the subtle attacks of the devil. For this reason we are not to look about with fear and dismay, but to look up with the assurance of hope and victory. The believer may say with confidence, ''I will lift up my...

by Lenny Ports

Here is what I believe God is saying to us today. 1) Without knowledge, there can be no victory. There are many who are defeated because of a lack of knowledge. Hosea 4:6 says ''My people are destroyed for a lack of knowledge.'' What is this lack of knowledge. It is what I tell you week after week after week...

by Miles Seaborn

One way to give into temptations is what one guy said to me. He said, ''Preacher, I figured out how to deal with temptation.'' I said, ''Really? Tell me.'' He said, ''Give in to it, just don't worry about it, just go ahead. The natural urge is beautiful, therefore it feels good, do it.'' And so, spurred by animal and natural instincts some people live that...

by Robert Dawson

Jesus' life was no different. As you read the Gospels you walk away with the distinct impression that Jesus life was on a schedule. There was a deadline or appointment that His life from the moment of His birth was moving toward. He was born for a purpose. He was born to die. This appointment, deadline that loomed over all of...

by Patrick Edwards

The 19th century French poem, ''The Generous Gambler,'' by Charles Baudelaire tells the story of the narrator meeting the Devil, but in this meeting finding that the Devil is no where near as gruesome and terrifying as the medieval poets might have him believe. Instead, in speaking with the Devil, the narrator finds the Devil to be...

by Jim Henry

One of the great Christian men of this age put it this way: ''There is no time for soft Christianity.'' We live in an age in which I believe, the lines are being drawn. God's chosen, those who really love Him, are going to have to stand more boldly for Him than ever before. Those who are not Christians and are lost are going to...

by J. Gerald Harris

You can hardly think of the thrill of victory without thinking of the agony of defeat. For many years ABC television had a program entitled "Wild World of Sports." The program was introduced by a film clip that graphically pictured athletes celebrating their victories. The agony of defeat was pictured by a skier coming down one of...

by Rex Yancey

For the past few weeks we have been studying one of the finest pieces of literature in the world. It is an ocean of thought in an economy of words. We know it as the love chapter. But this word must have its own definition. It is God's kind of love. It is a John 3:16 kind of word. It is not a fleshly love or a brotherly love. It is a...

by David Cawston

by Jimmy Evans

One of the most important issues of ministry is the area of financial provision and integrity. With God's principles at work, ministry is facilitated and God is honored. Without proper financial understanding, ministry is frustrated and God' s Name and work are often damaged as a result. With these things in mind, we study the seven foundations for...