Sermons on preaching
Matthew 5:1-2 Matthew records for us the greatest Sermon ever preached, with much to teach us about the kingdom of God.
John 8:12 Jesus makes an astounding statement none would fail to grasp its meaning.
Matthew 4:12-17 Jesus withdrew from Judea to Galilee where He began to preach. His message, that same message we saw John the Baptist preach.
Galatians 1:6-9 Paul writing to a group of churches he planted skips all pleasantries and moves straight to a harsh rebuke for their deserting God by acceptance of a false gospel which had been preach to them after his departure. Paul’s message: do not tolerate any message claiming to be a gospel unless it aligns perfectly with the message Paul himself preached. We should take that same council today!
Ephesians 2:1-10 The good News of Jesus also contains some really bad news, and it is not until we understand that bad news that the good news will ever be desired or embraced. Once our spiritual condition apart from Christ is seen, the gospel does truly become the greatest good news we could ever hear.
Acts 21:40-22:22 The apostle Paul, witnesses to a crowd seeking to kill him, and he shares his testimony.
Luke 20:1-8 Jesus is confronted by the religious leadership who are seeking to destroy Him and commanded to tell by what authority He does the things He is doing? His answer leaves little wiggle room for these.
Luke 19:45-48 Jesus clears the Temple of those buying and selling, and replaces these with His own teaching. Not everyone was in favor of the change.
Luke 15:1-10 Jesus continues his message on commitment to Christ, and as the Pharisees grumble that Jesus welcomes sinners, He tells a series of three parables to show the true purpose of Jesus in this world.
Luke 11:29-36 Jesus speak of the generation in Israel at His time as being evil. These actively choose to remain in darkness rather than walk in the light. They have been given ample evidence, yet they demand more signs in order to believe. Jesus offers nothing but the sign of Jonah, which might not be what you think it is upon first reading of this text.