SERMONS ON PEACE

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PEACE SERMON OUTLINES

by Robert Walker

A young boy was driving a hayrack down the road when the wagon fell over in front of a farmer's house. The farmer came out, saw the young boy crying and said, ''Son, don't worry about this, we can fix it. Right now dinner's ready...

by Jerry Vines

I speak to people in this building today who want to have personal peace. There's not a person in this building, if I were to talk to you on a one on one basis, who would not say to me that you would really want to have personal peace in your life. Many people are greatly troubled. They deal with inner turmoil. There are circumstances that so crowd in around them...

by Ernest Easley

We are inspecting fruit on these Sunday nights. And not just any fruit .. but our fruit! And of course .. the fruit I'm talking about is what the Apostle Paul calls, "the fruit of the Spirit." Now "the fruit of the Spirit" is not like "the gifts of the Spirit." God gives different gifts to different saints and no saint has all 19 spiritual gifts. To some He gives the gift of teaching…

by Curt Dodd

The idea of peace dominates the Bible. In fact, the very first pages of Scripture indicate that peace was the common denominator in the Garden of Eden. That is, before sin. Man was at peace. The animals were at peace. The earth was at peace. God was at peace with mankind. Then when man's sin interrupted that peace there in the Garden there…

by Frank Damazio

Amazing Jesus touches our lives with His amazing touch of grace, forgiveness, and hope. Jesus is the amazing one who gave the most amazing sacrifice, His life on the cross that we might receive a new life and a new destiny. Today we examine the amazing peace that Jesus gives to each person specifically and uniquely...

by Nelson Price

Jesus Christ said, "I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd gives His life for the sheep" (John 10:11). Nothing does more to increase your opinion of Christ as "the good shepherd" than a visit to the Bible Lands. Seeing the land that was the setting for shepherds makes one all the more appreciative of a good shepherd. Knowing your own dry, arid wasteland, those…

by Terry J. Hallock

The two scenes from Mark that form the Scriptural foundation for this message do not describe the first time the Disciples had been on the Sea of Galilee. Most of them were fisherman and had been out on those waters hundreds of times since their childhood. They knew that Sea like the back of their hand and they knew how to manage a boat in its rough waters...

by George H. Morrison

It is a question we ought to ask ourselves, in our quiet hours of meditation, whether we really know the joy and peace which are the benediction of our text. It is a great thing to be resigned amid the various buffetings of life. Resignation is better than rebellion. But resignation, however fair it be, is not peculiarly a Christian virtue; it marks the Stoic1 rather…

by Stan Coffey

INTRODUCTION: One of the greatest problems we as believers face is that of anxiety concerning the future. It is easy to get caught up in the practice of the world in worrying about what is going to happen in the financial market, real estate market and what might take place concerning our health or our families. Jesus spent much of his time in the Sermon…

by Ken Trivette

When I think of God I have to say with Moses, "Who is like unto thee, O Lord, among the gods? who is like thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders" (Exodus 15:11). God may be like many things, but we have to say that there is no one or nothing like Him. Because He is a God like no other, it is my desire that we get to know Him better. I want to…

by David Cawston

Isaiah 9:6 (KJV)6 For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.This statement seems unbelievable in today's world! Story of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow on...

by Robert Dawson

I have never been very fond of heights and for the longest time was not that thrilled when I had to fly in an airplane. One of the first times that I flew was when I was on staff at PGBC in Creedmoor, NC. The church had found out that my dad was having surgery for prostate cancer and I wanted to be there for the surgery and they...

by Christopher Harbin

Peace is something we do not really understand. It is something we rarely, if ever have experienced. When we have, it has generally been only a partial experience of peace. We understand the cessation of hostilities. We recognize a lack of warring, but often mistake the conflict hiding under the surface for its non-existence. Instead of...

by Johnny Hunt

A media professional in Fort Worth, Texas, who holds a Ph.D. in church history, by the name of Gregory Tomlin, wrote a review of Barbara Walters' Tuesday night special, which was a documentary on ''Do all roads really lead to heaven?'' Dr. Tomlin wrote: ''So, from the onstart of the program, the goal is clear: present what you can in...

by Ken Trivette

Over the past several days we have all carried heavy hearts for the literally thousands of people that have been affected by hurricane Katrina. The images we have seen of the destruction Katrina brought are staggering. I have heard several that were interviewed say that what we were seeing on TV does not tell half the...

by Jesse Hendley

Our subject is "Peace with God." I do not believe that there are many people who have peace with God. I think there are many people who want peace with God and are willing to come God's way, which is absolutely necessary, if they know what it is. Our subject is "Peace with God." I do not believe that there are...

by M. Jolaine Szymkowiak

Though many people have dedicated themselves to banish war, no one has ever objected to "peace" -- personal peace and peace among nations. Every aspect of life benefits from the tranquility of a life without trouble, sickness, sadness or frustration. So it is that part of the worship among members of the Episcopal Church is the...

by Roger Thomas

We live in a world of war. Our nation is at war with terrorism and in all likelihood will soon be at war with Iraq. But this is nothing new. Historians tell us that within the last 300 years there have been 286 wars in Europe alone. From 1500 B.C. to A.D. 1860 more than 8,000 treaties of peace were signed by various nations. Each was...

by Stephen Whitney

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the German pastor who risked his life to oppose Hitler because of the persecution he brought upon the Jews, said, ''Peace is the opposite of security.'' Security is doing everything you can personally and physically to make yourself safe from danger, disaster or something that would harm you. We tend to hold tightly to...

by Dave Gustavsen

Good morning! I want to talk specifically about how the event of Easter relates to the concept of peace-something we desperately need in our world, don't we? So let's look at one of the most famous accounts of the resurrection. It's in Matthew chapter 28-the last chapter of Matthew's Gospel. Matthew 28, starting in...