Parables of Jesus, Free Printable Outlines and audio downloadable podcasts for Today’s Short sermon outlines pdf from Bible Teacher, Ken Birks. Blessed are the people who know the joyful sound!
Teacher in the Body of Christ and is one of the staff pastors at The Rock of Roseville in Roseville, California where he also functions as an elder. Before becoming a part of The Rock of Roseville, Ken was the Sr. Pastor of Golden Valley Chrstian Center in Roseville, CA. He has been a born again Christian for over 35 years.
Parable of the Talents – Pt. Jesus used the sower, the seed and the soil to teach about mankind’s reception of God’s Word. There are many who hear God’s Word, but very few live it. Some accept it for a short time, only to allow sin and self to choke out the Word. In the Parable of the Prodigal Son Jesus emphasizes the importance of a lost soul returning to the heavenly Father. In the Parable of the Vine and Branches we see that the new birth is not the end, but rather the beginning of a new life abiding in Christ.
In the Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus we see that we all have a choice concerning our eternal destiny – whether we will have God’s heavenly reward or the fiery destructionof the wicked after death. This parable paints a graphic picture of what Hell is going to be like. You will receive an encouraging devotional word of faith each day on your home page of Facebook. May God bless you richly. Abortion: What Does God Think? Expository sermon outlines, lessons, lectures and homilies for preachers and ministers.
Christians, Baptists, Pentecostal, Apostolic and members of the Church of Christ welcome. These free sermon outlines are in PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reade 8. These sermon outlines may not be placed on any othe website. The series deal with challenges to face, enemies to defeat and oportunities to take as well as other themes. Preaching to and about young people is often neglected in the pulpit.
The Bible has many lessons and even entire books addressed to the young. Some of our most admired heroes from the Bible were in their youth when when they demonstrated greatness, zeal and spirituality. Sadly, some of the most wicked were among the young as well. Jesus during His betrayal, arrest, trial and crucifixion. This lesson gives a good explanation of “grace,” and explains that the definition of the word is more than the simple “unmerited favor” explanation given by many preachers.
Some have erroneously argued that grace and law are mutually exclusive, i. This lesson points out that numerous factors are involved in our salvation, including faith, repentance, confess, the blood of Christ, the gospel, grace and baptism. Sin separated man from God. Alienated from Him, if man were ever going to be in fellowship with God, reconciliation would have to take place.
Of all people, Christians should be the most grateful for they have the greatest blessings. Sadly, some who claim to be disciples of Christ are guilty of the sin of ingratitude. This outline is a study of the conversions of multitudes of men and women in the early days of Christianity following the establishment of the Church on Pentecost. The numbers of converted went from a thousands, to ten thousands, to innumerable multitudes in just a short while. Why and how were so many converted? Conversion is arguably one of the most important subjects of Scripture when considered from the perspective of man’s needs.
Unless you are converted and become as little children, you will by no means enter into the kingdom of heaven. Many people equate being moral with being a Christian. The second recorded sermon of Peter which resulted in the conversion of above five thousand men, and that in the face of severe public opposition. Christians, Baptists, Pentecostal, Apostolic and members of the Church of Christ are all welcome.
Faith settles all the questions we have about authority, necessity and purpose. Love settles all questions arising over opinion or preference. We will never motivate one another or the unbeliever with continual harangues about “duty” apart from the proper motivation that must rest upon faith and love. I am persuaded that the problem men have with serving the Lord is not so much ignorance about what they must do as it is them finding in their hearts the motivation to do it. It is not that they do not know they should, it is that they aren’t concerned that they don’t. How shall we deal with that reality?
The evidence for the resurrection of Jesus from the dead is strong and credible. This lesson is a study of Acts chapter two emphasizing the details of the conversion of the 3,000 on Pentecost. They were the very first people who ever heard the gospel and became Christians. If there are any Christians in the world today, we would expect them to emulate the “original” Christians. We should never be reluctant to talk about being “saved” or “born again” when people obey the gospel of Christ.