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Expository sermon dealing with Pilateís decision. Movie clip from the "Patriot" illustrates the importance of making courageous decisions.
Series: Book of John
Contributor: Richard Tow (180 sermons shared)
Why would the world hate Jesus? What is there about His message that makes them so upset? Uses the advertisement against Christmas the American Humanist Organization used 5 years ago to explore those questions.
Series: Living Like Jesus
Scripture: John 15:18-15:25
Jesus despised the Pharisees. But why? These guys were simply trying to please God by honoring His rules. What was it about them that angered God so much and how do we avoid becoming like them?
Series: Not A Fan
Scripture: John 8:1-8:11
Unless we look like the picture God describes for us here in I Peter, the world will reject our witness. What does God say I need to look like and how can that help win the unsaved to Jesus?
Series: This World Is Not My Home
Scripture: 1 Peter 1:13-2:3
Pilate questioned Jesusí version truth, but heís not the only one who ever questioned "truth?" What lay at the heart of his objections is the same reason many reject truth today.
Series: Whose Line Is It?
Scripture: John 18:28-19:22
Fornication is not just a sin against another person, it is also a sin against ourselves.
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 6:18
God is color blind. Are you?
Scripture: Acts 10:34-10:35
Adultery is a cruel sin whose pain and destruction strikes twice, both now and in eternity.
Scripture: Hebrews 13:4
God had promised a son, but Abraham had waited so long, he was bewildered, disappointed, and working on a "plan B." The sermon had a powerful impact on people struggling with their faith.
Scripture: Genesis 15:1-15:21
Jesus commanded His disciples to "teach everything I have commanded you." But, what exactly does that entail?
Series: Discipling Into Christ
Scripture: Matthew 28:18-28:20