SERMONS ON THE 4TH COMMANDMENT

Our sermon ideas on the 4th Commandment will help you preach a powerful message. The 4th Commandment tells us to remember the Sabbath and to keep it holy. Prepare your message on the 4th Commandment with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


4TH COMMANDMENT SERMON OUTLINES

by Robert Dawson

Many of you know I love music and not just music in general but music that exalts and honors God as well as communicating the great truths of what God has done in our lives. Though I am not exactly musically talented or gifted I occasionally enjoy leading worship. For years...

by Jeff Ginn

Children are funny. Have you ever tried to get a cranky, tired toddler to take a nap? They will resist you at every turn. They need a rest. The people around them need to rest! The more the toddler presses ahead, the worse the situation becomes. We wonder why they resist...

by Joe Alain

The fourth commandment seems completely out of step with our modern world. Set aside the Sabbath day (which is the seventh day) for God, for rest, as a special and holy day! And yet the Sabbath day was established by God to be a blessing to people. It wasn't...

by Stan Coffey

We have been studying a series of messages on ''Timeless Values For Today's Family''. We have been talking about returning to the values that many of us grew up with. The values, that in large part, many of the people of our nation have drifted away from. Many of the...

by Miles Seaborn

Do you ever get tired just thinking of what you have to do? Are you as fatigued on Monday mornings as you are on Friday afternoon? Have you ever brought homework in a brief case and used the weekends to ''catch up''? Do you ever feel guilty when you relax? Today we are...

by M. Kenneth Lyon

How many of you have ever bought a used car, otherwise known as a previously owned vehicle? Would you raise your hand? The rest of you all bought new cars your whole life! I'm impressed. That's really good! That's good! Wow! Well, you know if you've ever bought a used...

by Ernest Easley

So ... how are things going on the home front these days? I was in a home Monday night of a family who has recently been visiting our church. The conversation soon turned to the challenge Christian parents have today in raising godly children in a godless society. Well, I've got...

by Andrew McQuitty

''Sabbath is the biblical tool for protecting time against desecration. It is the rhythmic setting apart of one day each week for praying and playing--the two activities fort which we don't get paid, but which are necessary for a blessed life'' (Eugene Peterson). The Sabbath is God's...

by Ken Trivette

Someone who had noticed the change in the way people observed Sunday gave these comments. ''Our great-grandfathers called it the Holy Sabbath; our grandfathers, the Sabbath; our fathers, Sunday; but today we call it the weekend. And many think it is getting...

by James Merritt

I want you to think about something I just recently read. It will make you tired just listening to it, but think about it. There are 365 days in the year, but you take weekends off, so you have to subtract 104 days. That leaves you with 261 working days, but you only work 8 hours...

by Adrian Rogers

Now, take your Bibles please and turn to Exodus chapter twenty as we continue our sojourn through the Ten Commandments. I don't know about you but my heart has been refreshed and my heart has been challenged as we have studied these ten commandments and I will begin reading in chapter twenty, verse one, read the...

by Jesse Hendley

Now, friends, if you have your Bibles, turn with me to Exodus 16:22, and we have the Sabbath coming up now as God speaks to the people in the desert in the wilderness. He has fed them with quail's flesh, and bread, the manna; and now we come to the Sabbath rest. And they were to gather on Friday enough for the...

by Marvin D. Patterson

A man and his young son went to church, and when they came out the father was complaining that the service was too long, the preacher was no good, and the singing was off-key. Finally the little boy said, "Daddy, I thought it was pretty good for a dime." The preacher's 5 year-old daughter noticed that her...

by Dennis Marquardt

This was probably the final commandment on tablet #1 -- those dealing with man's relationship to God, the final six commandments dealt with man's relationship to man -- and thus likely on tablet #2. Ironically, nearly every time Israel backslid they started with breaking command #4 as several of the texts we will look at...

by Ike Reighard

William Wilberforce was a member of the English Parliament in the early years of the nineteenth century. He was also a committed, outspoken Christian, especially concerning the political hot potato called slavery. He was the man who helped to pass the historic bill outlawing slavery. It took him 20 years to accomplish the...