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SERMONS ON CHRIST ALONE

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"We see that our whole salvation and all its parts are comprehended in Christ. We should therefore take care not to derive the least portion of it from anywhere else." - John Calvin


CHRIST ALONE SERMON OUTLINES

by Stephen Whitney

The Wittenberg church in Germany where Luther had posted his Ninety-five Theses held one of Europe's largest collections of religious artifacts or holy relics which were preserved as memento or souvenir of a saint. Usually they were a bone or some part of their clothing by which the...

by Donald Cantrell

I live in North Georgia and if I want to go to Atlanta, Georgia I can get there through numerous routes. I could simply go to Dalton, Georgia and get on I-75 and drive due south and be in Atlanta in less than 90 minutes. I could drive east and get on I-575 in Ellijay and travel south...

by Dave Gustavsen

There's a legendary story about a little life-saving station on a dangerous stretch of coast, where there were a lot of shipwrecks. And this little life-saving station was really no more than a hut. They only had one boat. And there were a few highly-devoted members who constantly...

by Jason Dees

So our scripture reading for today is from Romans 1:16-17: 16 For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek. 17 For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith for faith, as it is...

by Jerry Watts

Jesus came to earth to bring us the ''Gospel of the Kingdom.'' Since the word 'gospel' means 'good news', it is safe to say that Jesus came to earth to bring us the 'good news about the Kingdom of heaven.'' It might be better to say that ''Jesus came to be the good news.'' His words...

by Johnny Hunt

The Gospel is the most important message that the church ever proclaims. At the heart of the gospel is the resurrection of Christ. No other religion is based upon the historical fact of a bodily resurrection. The resurrection is the focal point of every other truth Christ taught...

by Patrick Edwards

The wise modern lyricist Paul Hewson once wrote, ''a house doesn't make a home.'' Now if you're trying to figure out who Paul Hewson is, you mostly likely know him not by his proper name but by the stage name he goes by: Bono of the band U2. Bono quotes the well-known saying...

by Robert Dawson

One of the Christmas classics that finds its way onto most TV sets during the Christmas season is the 1946 classic It's a Wonderful Life starring Jimmy Stewart. In the movie Jimmy Stewart has the unique opportunity to see what life would have been like without him. The main point...

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 Stuart Briscoe

The fact of Christ's coming is more or less accepted by most people. But the significance of the event is largely lost on people. That He came "to save sinners" is the burden of our study today. I. The Meaning of It All. A. The meaning of "sinner."Note: Paul says he is No. 1...

by Jerry Vines

Let's talk a little bit about how trouble relates to the Christian life. Bro. Dawson and I were visiting in the home of a young couple the other week. We were talking about the Christian life. I said to them that the Christian life begins with the supernatural birth. You invite the Lord Jesus into your heart and you are instantaneously born into the...

by Keith Krell

Fortunately, Jesus doesn't expect mere raw determination or dogged discipline from us to pull off His commands. Instead, He seems to say: As you attempt to obey Me, I will give you My enablement—the Holy Spirit. Jesus puts it like this: "I will ask the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He may be with you...

by Stan Coffey

Today we are talking about ''A Good Soldier of Jesus Christ.'' In the scripture, the Bible has much to say about the Christian life in terms of military service. The apostle Paul wrote about the things that he knew and he used those things to illustrate the Christian life. He knew about athletics because in Paul's world they had a...

by Ernest Easley

We're thinking these days about our CHURCHLIFE and what it means to be a church member. So, what is the condition of the church today? Would you say that it's striving and thriving or would you say that it's limping and lagging? You say, "Pastor, it looks to me that the church is more limping and lagging than striving and...

by Jason Dees

Well of course this is our last Sunday at Valleydale and of course the end is an interesting time. This whole process has been an interesting one for us. It has truly never been so hard to leave a place but at the same time I have never been so resolved that leaving is exactly what I am supposed to do…It has kind of caused me to...

by Lenny Ports

God is using you. You don’t have to be credentialed just called which you are. You don’t have to be a veteran just available. Your equipment is not in the flesh but in the power of the Spirit. When you were saved you became a new creation in Christ. That means that who you were is no longer alive because the new creation of you is...

by Christopher Harbin

We like to be right, to feel we are justified in what we think and do. The news this week is a good example of people claiming to be right in regard to the attacks in France upon a hyper-satirical publication which bore the brunt of a terror attack. The terrorists claimed to be rightfully acting in defense of the...