SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS ON THE UPPER ROOM

Our sermon ideas on The Upper Room will help you preach a powerful message. After the ascension of Jesus, men and women gathered to devote themselves to prayer. What a powerful message the church could use today. Prepare your message on the upper room with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


THE UPPER ROOM SERMON OUTLINES

by Jerry Vines

When Jesus came from earth to heaven He was born, He lived, He rose again. We call those events ‘‘the incarnation.’’ When Jesus Christ got ready to go back from earth to heaven from whence He had come, He rose again, He spent 40 days on the earth appearing and disappearing...

by Dr. J. Vernon McGee

In the Upper Room our Lord began immediately to deal with those who were His own in a way He had never dealt with them or anyone else before. He began to talk about things He had never before talked about. He was attempting to lift their thinking to a high plane...

by Jerry Watts

I begin with a confession that I really don't have to make. Last Sunday's message (CAPE of the Christ Follower) drained me completely. When speaking of all those characteristics which make up the ''CAPE'' or 'dress' we wear as believers, I put everything I had into the message...

by Wayne Hinson

The promise of the coming of the Holy Ghost was a conditional promise, at least as far as the disciples were concerned. Their reception was contingent upon several actions that they had to make. Any time a divine manifestation is promised, there will always be certain...

by Ernest Easley

It is easy to get distracted in life by doing good things. Now there’s nothing wrong with doing good things ... that is ... unless those good things take the place of those best things. When those good things replace those best things .. then it’s those good things that rob us of those...

by Donald Cantrell

I like this illustration that came from the mighty man of God, M. Luther: ‘‘When Luther’s puppy happened to be at the table, he looked for a morsel from his master, and watched with open mouth and motionless eyes; he (Martin Luther) said, ‘Oh, if I could only pray the way this...

by David Cook

The Church of Jesus Christ is in need of revival. The fastest growing religion in our country is Islam. God’s Word and prayer are no longer desired in schools and government. Christian values such as family, prayer, believing the Word of God is now a rarity. God’s people are no longer...

by David Davis

Perhaps these men were overcome with the truth that Jesus had ascended into heaven. While they were looking up -- two men in white apparel spoke to them saying, ‘‘Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven.’’You know what these men were saying? ‘‘Get with it!’’...

by Roger Thomas

This is a New Testament church. We are part of a heritage commonly known as the Restoration Movement. This means that among our core value is the view that the Apostles Doctrine, the teachings of Jesus’ first followers, is intended to be the pattern of the church for...

by Jeff Lynn

Whenever the National Weather Service issues a wind advisory or a wind warning, they are communicating that unusually high winds are expected that could have a powerful effect. Boaters are warned to stay off the water. You are encouraged to secure certain items...

by Stan Coffey

In Romans the Bible says that when He comes He is going to bruise His enemies under His feet. In First Corinthians the Bible says that when Jesus comes He is coming in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye. In Second Corinthians the Bible says that when He comes we will stand before Him at the judgment seat of Christ...

by Christopher Harbin

Sometimes the hardest thing for us to hear is the phrase, "Wait." We get impatient, anxious. We feel like the waiting is unproductive. We feel we are losing something while waiting for something we anticipate. We truly don't know how to value and live in the moment. Rather, we live in anticipation. We try to live in the...

by Johnny Hunt

It is incredible truth that God being sovereign and omnipotent (all-powerful) works His will through ordinary people that have been changed by His power and are submissive to His will. His providential control over events takes into consideration all the acts of human wills, even those opposed to Him, such as...

by J. Gerald Harris

If you could get in a time machine and in some mysterious way travel back in time to the first century, you would be shocked at how much it was like the world you know today. First century Christians lived in an hour of high prices and hardship. Half the people were in slavery. Another multitude was on relief. No fewer than...

by Stan Coffey