SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS ON SALVATION

Our sermon ideas on Salvation will help you preach a powerful message on the redemption of the sons and daughters of God. Prepare your messages about receiving forgiveness and salvation from God with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


SALVATION SERMON OUTLINES

by Jeff Schreve

Many years ago in San Francisco they were building a bridge. It was a massive project called the Golden Gate Bridge, a thirty-five million dollar project at that time, a great, great sum of money. How many people have ever been on the Golden Gate Bridge? You know that it's an incredible structure that man built. Well, the workers on that bridge were very, very...

by Eddie Snipes

In our post modern culture, the question frequently arises, "Why do you say Jesus is the only way?" or "Who are you to say Jesus is the only way?" We can expect the culture to ask questions like this, but in the last few years the Christian church itself has begun to ask these same questions. I watched an interview on MSNBC with a very prominent ex-politician…

by David Cawston

The boy was given his first slingshot. He practiced in the woods, but he could never hit his target. As he came back to Grandma's back yard, he spied her pet duck. On an impulse he took aim and let it fly. The stone hit, and the duck fell dead. The boy panicked. Desperately he hid the dead duck in the woodpile, only to look up and see his sister watching...

by Steve Jones

INTRO: A teacher wrote on the sentence on her blackboard "I ain't had no fun all Summer". Then she faced her class and said "Class what can I do to correct this?" Jimmy raised his hand and said "Get a boyfriend?" I want to draw your attention to certain parts of speech in today's sermon. Walter Scott caught the imagination of the Western Reserve in…

by Daniel Rodgers

INTRODUCTION: This evening, I want to begin a series of messages on faith. Faith is the essential element that connects us to God. We are saved by faith, we live by faith, and we receive the things necessary to life by our faith in God and His faithfulness to us. Matthew 21:22 says, "And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall…

by Jesse Hendley

Friends, I want you to turn in your Bibles to Second Corinthians 5:10, and today we are studying one of the most important truths that come to the human mind, The Judgment Seat of Christ, when Christians shall stand before the Lord Jesus to give an account of their lives since they were saved. There is confusion in the thinking of people about this matter of…

by Jerry Vines

These verses hold together and you have to have the whole picture to really understand what is being said. We know that the chapter and verse divisions, although they are very helpful to us in locating passages of Scripture, were added much later than when these writers inspired by the Holy Spirit wrote them. Sometimes the chapter divisions are helpful and…

by Ernest Easley

For the last few Sundays .. we have been thinking about salvation .. and more particular the assurance of it! And yes .. I'm talking about the Bible doctrine of the Security of the Believer. That once you are saved .. you are saved forever! And that is a wonderful truth taught in the Bible. But just as there is the Security of the Believer .. there is also the Security of the Believer .. there is also the Security of the Unbeliever. That's the doctrine that says that a person can walk an isle .. say a prayer .. get baptized and join the church and…

by Jesse Hendley

Friends, I want you to turn with me in the Word of God to Romans, the eighth chapter, and today we are going to take up the greatest word in the human language - SALVATION. This word salvation is used many, many times by people who talk about their souls and the things of God and the things of the Bible. And certainly there is nothing more important, because it involves not...

by Ronnie Floyd

1 Peter is a book about suffering. Through our first two messages in this book we have learned about, "The Trinity In Your Salvation." The entire first section of this book, 1 Peter 1:1-2:12, we are studying about "The Power Of Salvation." Peter instructs us about the power of salvation so we will prepare our hearts spiritually for suffering in life. How secure is your…

by Robert Dawson

We have just had a wonderful time celebrating Christmas, a season where we turn our hearts and minds to the amazing story of Jesus Christ and His miraculous birth. It was in that amazing event that the God of this vast universe clothed Himself in human flesh. That is good news that brings to all of us a great joy because that babe in the....

by Adrian Rogers

Would you take God's Word and turn please to Romans, the book of Romans, which has been called the constitution of Christianity. And open please to Romans chapter 10. When you've found it look up here and I want to ask you a question. Romans chapter 10. What is man's greatest need? What is it? Is it education? Is it...

by Jesse Hendley

The other day in Benton, Alabama, when I was in a meeting, at the close of service after a number of gatherings together, a lady came over to meet with a group of friends. She posed this question, "If a Christian sins and dies and has no time to ask God for forgiveness, where will he go?" Now that's an important thing for us to...

by Jerry Watts

It still rings in my mind: One of our godly men came in from visitation beaming, ''John just prayed to received Christ.'' Certainly, even the angels in heaven rejoice when a lost soul finds their way to the foot of the cross, repents of their sin, believes in Jesus, and follows Him by faith with their trust and with their life. When I reflect on...

by Nelson Price

Man is sinful. We no longer think of man as sinful but sick, not wicked, but weak. He is to be pitied but not blamed. For instance we hear: ''Take the keys out of your car so a good boy won't go wrong.'' In reality take the keys out of your car so some punk won't steal your car.Trace your ancestry, it goes back to a...

by David Cawston

In the New Testament the word salvation in the Greek "Soteria" means: Deliverance, preservation, soundness, prosperity, happiness, rescue, general well being. The word salvation has often been reduced to less than what the Bible really teaches. Salvation is God's power at wok in every area of a person's life. In preaching the...

by Marvin D. Patterson

We are looking again tonight at the first epistle that the big fisherman, Simon Peter, wrote to those Christians who were scattered all over the Roman Empire, and were suffering for the cause of Christ. Peter wrote to them to bring instruction and comfort, for some had even been killed because of their stand for the...

by Charles H. Spurgeon

The subject of this morning's discourse will be "Infant Salvation." It may not possibly be interesting to all present, but I do not remember to have preached upon this subject to this congregation, and I am anxious moreover that the printed series should contain sermons upon the whole range of theology. I think there is no...