SERMONS ON SIN

Our sermon ideas on Sin will help you preach a powerful message on the fallen nature of the flesh. Preach on topics including what it means to live by the Spirit, reconciliation in relationship to God, freedom from sin, and true life in Christ. Prepare your messages on sin and redemption in Jesus Christ with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


SIN SERMON OUTLINES

by Jerry Vines

"For as much then as Christ hath suffered for us in the flesh, arm yourselves likewise with the same mind: for he that hath suffered in the flesh hath ceased from sin; what in the world does he mean by that? That he no longer should live the rest of his time in the flesh to the lusts of men, but to the will of God. For the time past of our life may suffice us to have…

by Jim Henry

There was a little cartoon of a couple leaving church one Sunday. They had made their way around the preacher. Sometimes folks do that. But in this particular church, the preacher was out in the front and the couple was going around him. The man's wife was about a half-step in front of him. He was going out with his head bowed, dejected. She was kind of…

by David Cawston

Put yourself in the picture. We're in a small sleepy fishing village of Capernaum. The main road runs through the village. Beside it and next to the seashore is line of box shaped houses built of stones. The roofs are made of saplings, intertwined with sand and mud and a tar like substance. Tiles were overlaid to make a roof about two feet in depth...

by Dr. Ed Young

In our study of the book of Romans, this morning we look at an exceedingly difficult chapter, one that has caused great controversy among Christian theologians through the years. I invite you to open your Bibles if you would to Romans, Chapter Number 7, and we'll look at these words together. Romans 7. Let's bow for prayer. "Father, this morning we do indeed…

by Ken Trivette

D.L. Moody speaking on covetousness said, "Whoever heard it confessed as sin? I have heard many confessions, in public and private, during the past 40 years, but never have I heard a man confess that he was guilty of this sin." Another minister said, "Among all the prayers in prayer meeting and deep confessions of sin in times of searching, I have never…

by James Merritt

‘‘You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can And will be used against you in a court of law. You have the Right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will Be provided for you. Do you understand these rights?’’ If you’ve ever seen a TV show, or a movie, or if you’ve Unfortunately been arrested, you...

by Johnny Hunt

INTRODUCTION: This text is dealing primarily w/temptation to do evil. There is a difference in temptation and trials. Satan tempts and God tries our faith. Within every trial, designed to strengthen and test our faith, there is also a temptation to evil. ILLUSTRATION: Lady loses job and someone offers her a job as a bartender or stripper; new Christian. "When"…

by Robert Walker

J. Edwin Orr, a professor of Church history has described the great outpouring of the Holy Spirit during the Welsh Revivals of the nineteenth century. As people sought to be filled with the Spirit, they did all they could to confess their wrongdoing and to make restitution. But it unexpectedly created serious problems for the shipyards along the coast of Wales. Over…

by Charles H. Spurgeon

I daresay I have preached from this text several times in your hearing. If my life be spared, I hope to preach from it twice as many more. The doctrine it teaches, like salt upon the table, must never be left out; or like bread, which is the staff of life, it is proper at every meal. See here the foundation-truth of Christianity, the rock on which our hopes are built. It is the…

by Ronnie Floyd

Somewhere in your prayer time you must deal with your sin. The only way to be filled with the Spirit and have your prayers answered is to be cleansed from your sin by the blood of Jesus. What I do personally each morning in regard to confession of sin. *Visualize with me - The sin debt Christ paid for you. (2 Corinthians 5:21)T.S.: In order to grasp the major trust of…

by Jerry Branch

We're continuing to work through the letter, 1 John, and last week, you'll recall, that we saw in verse 5 that God must be central in our lives...and how close we're walking with Him is reflected in our level of holiness which in turn is a determining factor of the quality of joy we are experiencing...

by Zach Terry

If you could go and visit any decade of your life which would it be? How many say the 80's? 90's? any 60's? That's the crowd you have to watch out for...Here's the point - in each of us there is a longing for a time long since gone. I don't mean the 80's I mean LONG since gone. You sense it every time you go to a funeral. It's not...

by Patrick Edwards

The apostle John records in his gospel the following event: As [Jesus] passed by, he saw a man blind from birth. And his disciples asked him, ''Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?'' Jesus answered, ''It was not that this man sinned, or his parents, but that the works of God might be displayed in...

by Adrian Rogers

Genesis chapter three and we're going to look today at these next six verses. "Now the serpent was more subtle than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God said, ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden? And the woman said unto the serpent, we may eat of the...

by Ron Dunn

Would you open your Bibles tonight to the Old Testament, the book of Joshua, chapter 7? The book of Joshua is comparable to the New Testament book of Ephesians in that both books have to do with our inheritance in the Lord. Ephesians has to do with describing the inheritance that is ours through the...

by Robert Walker

Tradition tells us that Abraham Lincoln went to a slave auction, and he noticed a rather attractive black woman who was about to be auctioned off. So he began bidding. The bidding went back and forth until finally he had purchased her. They brought her over to him, and he instructed them to take the shackles off her wrists and ankles. Then he...

by George H. Morrison

There is perhaps no statement in all the writings of Paul that has done more to discredit his authority than this one. That death, whenever it touches man, is the wages of sin; that had there been no sin man would not have died is one of the sweeping statements of the apostle that is rejected by many as ridiculous. That there are...

by Rex Yancey

Jesus performed a double miracle on the Sabbath day. He went to a church that was filled with lost members, hypocritical preachers, and cold and unconcerned sinners. These people accused Jesus of working miracles in the power of Satan. These words brought from the lips of Jesus the message of the...

by Dr. J. Vernon McGee

Nevertheless, I tell you the truth: It is expedient for you that I go away; for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you. And when he is come, he will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment. (John 16:7, 8) Our entire system of jurisprudence is undergoing a...

by Patrick Edwards

For some weeks now we've been looking at the foundation, the purpose, and the heart of the local church. Paul has shown us throughout 1 Timothy simply why we exist, what we are supposed to look like, and what we are supposed to do. Two weeks ago we tackled particularly the question of leadership and administration over the...