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Sermon Outlines 11-14

Here are today's sermon outlines.  Audio links are here:

Morning Sermon: John 3:15-21

Evening Sermon: Exodus 4

Text: John 3:15-21

Theme: Judgment

Date: November 14 2010 AM

Location: FBC Almyra

Text

  1. Judgment is coming

    1. v. 18-19

    2. We tend to think of judgment as something that is 'coming'

    3. However, we see here that it is not that judgment is presented as accomplished

    4. It is not that God has put off judging the world

    5. Rather it is that judgment has happened

    6. And all people are guilty

      1. That they love darkness rather than light

      2. That their deeds are evil

  2. Judgment is not optional

    1. v. 17

    2. Without the coming of Christ, judgment would be the only thing possible

    3. Our loves and deeds have been offensive to the Holy God of the universe

    4. This is the sin that sends to eternal judgment: v. 18: not believing in the Son of God

      1. No other sin condemns you

      2. No other sin cannot be forgiven

  3. Judgment is escapable

    1. v. 16-17

    2. God sent His son that the world might be saved

    3. God gave His son that the world might not perish

    4. God gave His son that the world might have eternal life

  4. Judgment will be terrible

    1. Notice the terms

    2. Judgment:

    3. Saved:

  5. What are you going to do about it?

    1. Will you accept the offer of salvation that is presented to you?

    2. Everyone in the world needs to accept the offer

    3. The blood of Christ is sufficient for all of us

  6. Since the blood of Christ is sufficient for all who believe....

    1. Stop acting like it's not enough for you

    2. Stop acting like there's not enough for anyone else

    3. Share the news....here and beyond

 

Text: Exodus 4

Theme: Dealing with your weaknesses

Date: November 14 2010 PM

Location: FBC Almyra

  1. Picking up where we were

    1. Moses is on the side of a mountain, listening to God

    2. So far, God has told Moses to go to Egypt and:

      1. Take the people out of Egypt

      2. Tell them that “I am who I am” sent him

      3. Plunder the Egyptians (3:22)

    3. God has also told Moses that:

      1. Pharaoh will not let the people go

      2. The people will go anyway

      3. The people will not go empty handed

    4. Recognize that the Exodus is the showing of God's greatness among the nations

  2. Moses is now telling God he doesn't want to do it

    1. First: what if they don't believe what I say?---miracle of the staff and the hand

      1. People will often doubt when we say we think God has spoken

      2. Show them the power of God

        1. First greatest miracle: not a snake or a hand, but a changed life

        2. Then: the work of God in other lives

    2. Second: I lack the skills to do this! ---the provision of Aaron

      1. There are none of us with all of the skills to carry the Gospel everywhere

      2. So, God provides us with each other to fill out our mix of gifts

      3. Focus on what you can do more than what you cannot

    3. Third: I just don't want to do it.

      1. What has God commanded?

      2. What has He done for us?

      3. Why can we not obey?

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