SERMONS ON GRACE

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GRACE SERMON OUTLINES

by Adrian Rogers

Would you take God's Word this morning please and turn to Titus chapter 2, and in a moment we'll begin reading in verse 11. Before we begin to read, I want to tell you what happened many years ago. There was a young man named John, a boy whose mother died when John was 6 years old. He was orphaned from his mother. His father was a sailor, a sea-faring man. He sailed the Mediterranean. And when...

by James Merritt

Everything about the American way of life teaches us this simple truth. In life you get what you earn. You get what you work for. You get what you pay for. There is nothing wrong with that at all. That should be the American way. The problem is many people think the same way you relate to your paycheck or to your possessions is the way you relate to God. But God does not relate to us on the basis of our goodness. He...

by Stan Coffey

If you have your Bible, we are looking at Titus 2:11. How sweet it is to know that not only does Jesus save us, not only does Jesus sacrifice for us, but also Jesus secures us. We cannot lose that salvation that is eternal in Christ. But on the other side, Satan comes along and he tells us another lie. He comes along and tells us...

by Johnny Hunt

Introduction: Simply defined, theology is the study of God; who He is and what He does. For many Christians theology is somewhat mysterious; it suggests ideas and concepts that are deep, profound, and often confusing. The doctrines that comprise theology basically consist of statements about God's character and will in human history. The purpose of…

by Stephen Whitney

In 1506 Pope Julius laid the foundations for an imposing church in Rome which he called St. Peter's Basilica because it was where they believed the apostle Peter was buried. The church was going to be built on almost 6 acres of land. The church was going to be a very large structure...

by John Barnett

As we open to Isaiah 6, think about the balance sheet of your life. As one famous missionary once said while laying on his deathbed, “Only one life, t’will soon be past; and only what’s done for Christ will last”! That means the most important measure of life is how useful we are to God. The only enduring parts of our life will be those spent serving God. Just about…

by Robert Walker

The Cathedrals quartet sings one of the greatest songs I have ever heard about the grace that saves a wretched sinner like myself: He looked beyond my faults and saw my needs, Amazing Grace shall always be my song of praise, For it was grace that brought my liberty, I do not know just why he cared to love me so. He looked beyond my faults and he saw my need…

by Lenny Ports

Grace is God's unmerited favor upon our lives. The Bible says that: Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord. Moses also found grace in God's sight. This story takes place in the book of Exodus which is the book written of the Exodus of the children of Israel out of Egyptian bondage, delivered through the Red Sea, and on...

by Fred Lowery

The Favor of God, remember, is when God sets His gaze upon you or upon me; any one of us ordinary people. God, for reasons known only to Him, at certain times in your life for His purposes, He sets His gaze upon you, even the little details of your life and gives you favor. I'm telling you, many times it happens and you're not even...

by Ken Trivette

The Bible has much to say about grace. It is a word that found more than 150 times in the New Testament. What a magnificent word it is. What a glorious subject it is. The more you learn about grace the more you agree with John Newton that grace is indeed amazing. A few years ago there came out a song that said that there is no other word for grace but…

by Robert Dawson

I have never been the smartest person in the room, truth be told I am not even close. No need to feel sorry for me it is a condition I have had since I was a little child and I have learned to live with it. There were some lessons in school that I had difficulty learning. I did not think I would ever learn to tell time on my own and...

by Johnny Hunt

In introductions one must use brevity and clarity. Here, Paul has 25 verses, which serve as the shortest of Paul's inspired writings. It is the only one of the prison epistles addressed to an individual. The Lord is about to speak through the aged apostle and in doing so, he will deal with a very important, yet practical, issue. Paul is...

by Robert Walker

On the museum wall of the concentration camp at Dachau is a large and moving photograph of a mother and her little girl standing in line for the gas chamber. The child, who is walking in front of her mother, does not know where she's going. The mother, following behind, looks...

by Jim Perdue

As we've studied the New Testament book of 1 John together, we've been introduced to what it means to encounter Authentic Christianity. John teaches about who Jesus really is, what faith really means and what love really looks like. Here, John introduces us to the concept of God's incredible grace. In 1 John 3:1-3 we see...

by Bob Wickizer

To be a real Christian, we must recognize God's grace at every moment of our lives and not just the big events, but also the everyday stuff. We must understand that God's grace creates the complex web of relationships and events that sustain us. As fallible humans however, we easily slide into one of three situations where we deny the...

by Patrick Edwards

Do you ever look around you and find yourself overwhelmed by the amount of sin and evil that stands in the way of the promises of God? For example, when we gather on Monday and Friday mornings for corporate prayer and we begin praying for our world and for the nations, how often our conversations and prayers begin to...

by Lenny Ports

The grace of God is a huge subject that cannot be exhausted especially in one sermon. We have been talking about the gifts of God contained in that one gift of salvation. We learned that we are saved by GRACE through faith. Ephesians 2:8For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the...

by Jerry Vines

For most people the subject of giving is really a grind. A lot people when they think in terms of giving have a little natural reluctance to even talk about the subject. I suppose the reasons for this is that there is a streak of stinginess in all of us and we really don't want to talk too much about giving and depriving ourselves of...

by David Cawston

Grace is a greatly misunderstood word in our culture. Our culture builds worth on talent, education achievement and wealth. We teach people to look deep inside and find something of value and then they can be accepted. Haven't got to grace yet...A conversation was overheard by a man between the young woman sitting next to...

by Adrian Rogers

I want to speak to you today on this subject, ''Dying Grace.'' Now, God gives us living grace and saving grace and so God who saves us and God who keeps us is the God who will give to us dying grace. And I read here in the word of God, ''And Jacob lived in the land of Egypt seventeen years, so the whole age of Jacob was an...