Sermon Series
  • 1. Angels Affirm An Anointed's Advancement

    Contributed on Aug 16, 2007
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    Angles are a part of the Christian Theology, they due service for God and to man; yet they are inferior to Christ who is above all celestial beings.

    HEBREWS 1:1-14 ANGELS AFFIRM AN ANOINTED’S ADVANCEMENT I. THE ANOINTED: Hebrews 1:1-3 A. Announces. B. Accomplishes. C. Administrates. II. THE ARGUMENT: Hebrews 1:4, 5 A. Advantageous. B. more

  • 2. Pursuing Perfection Produces Protection

    Contributed on Aug 23, 2007
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    The writer of the book of Hebrews gives us good reasons to stay a Christian. It not only helps us in our journey to heaven, but helps keep us safe from falling away.

    HEBREWS 6:9 PURSUING PERFECTION PRODUCES PROTECTION I. THE POSSIBILITES: Hebrews 6:1-8 A.Permanence. 6:1-3 B.Prevaricating. 6:4-7 C.Perishing. 6:8 II. THE PERSPECTIVE: more

  • 3. Patriarch, Potentate Predict Perfected Person

    Contributed on Sep 1, 2007

    The Patriarch Abraham and the Potentate Melchisedec predicted and pointed to the Perfect Person who would later come and supercede their time on this Earth.

    HEBREWS 7:1-10 PATRIARCH, POTENTATE PREDICT PERFECTED PERSON I. PATRIARCH: A. Progenitor. B. Prostration. C. Passing. II. POTENTATE: A. Positions. B. Pronouncement. C. Prototype. III. PERSON: A. Promise. B. Provision. C. Permanence. We come to the more

  • 4. Having Healthy Hopes Helps Humanity

    Contributed on Sep 15, 2007
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    The Old Covenant could not offer the new and better hope that came with the arrival of Jesus.

    HEBREWS 7:8-21 HAVING HEALTHY HOPES HELPS HURTING HUMANITY I. THE HAPPENINGS: A. Humiliated. B. Hated. C. Hungry. II. THE HEALINGS: A. Hurts. B. Hindrances. C. Hollowness. III. THE HORIZON: A. Harmony. B. Happiness. C. Hope. The writer to the more

  • 5. Righteous Redeemer Receiving Recognition

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2007

    Jesus came to the Earth in near obsurity; He lived in almost the same manner; he died a criminals death; and, yet, He was/is better than all and someday He will receive the acolades of this world.

    HEBREWS 7:22-28 RIGHTEOUS REDEEMER RECEIVING RECOGNITION I. HIS RITUAL: A. Revelator. B. Realm. C. Reach. II. HIS RESULTS: A. Redemption. B. Reconciliation. C. Resilience. III. HIS RENUMERATION: A. Recognition. B. Reverence. C. Rest. The writer to the more

  • 6. Almight's Attested Assurances Accomplish Anointed Allegiance

    Contributed on Sep 28, 2007

    The Jewish people had a set way of worshipping God, but there was no inner personal presence of God until the fulfilmment of the Better Promise came and made His entry into the heart of the redeemed one.

    HEBREWS 8:6-13 ALMIGHTY’S ATTESTED ASSURANCES ACCOMPLISH ANOINTED ALLEGIANCE I. THE ASSEMBLING: A. Adoration. B. Accessibility. C. Accountability. II. THE ACCEPTANCE: A. Affirmation. B. Affinity. C. Acquirement. III. THE ATONEMENT: A. Advocate. B. more

  • 7. Limitless Love Lasts Longest

    Contributed on Oct 9, 2007
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    From the restricted worship of the Old Covenant to the all encompassing love and universal saving grace of Jesus, the writer to the Hebrews shows why Jesus is able to offer Limitless Love to a lost and dying world.

    HEBREWS 9:18-28 LIMITLESS LOVE LASTS LONGEST I. LIMITED ATONEMENT: Hebrews 9:18-23 A. Legalistic. B. Laborious. C. Labyrinthine. II. LATTER ATONEMENT: Hebrews 9:23-27 A. Luminary. B. Last. C. Locales. III. LIMITLESS ATONEMENT: more

  • 8. Suffering Saints Shall Surely Survive

    Contributed on Oct 16, 2007

    We need to stop and remember that our forefathers suffered much for thier faith in Christ, yet they bore the affliction with grace and dignity and through their trials, they made it through to Glory Land. The record they left teaches us much.

    HEBREWS 10:32-39 SUFFERING SAINTS SHALL SURELY SURVIVE I. SUFFERINGS: Hebrews 10:32-34 A. Severity. B. Solidifying. C. Spoliation. II. SELFLESSNESS: Hebrews 10:34-37 A. Succor. B. Steadfastness. C. Surety. III. more

  • 9. Earnest Endeavors Encourage Exalted Expectations

    Contributed on Oct 26, 2007

    The writer to the Hebrews explains faith in a very unique manner by first going back to the first book of the Bible and then moving forward from there. Along the way, he gives good support to the fact that the, "Just shall live by faith."

    HEBREWS 11:1-16 EARNEST ENDEAVORS ENCOURAGE EXALTED EXPECTATIONS I. FAITH EXPLAINED: Hebrews 11:1-6 A. Elucidated. B. Essential. C. Elementary. II. FAITH EXEMPLIFIED: Hebrews 11:7-14 A. Entrusted. B. Enacted. C. more

  • 10. Former Failures Fortifies Future Faith

    Contributed on Nov 1, 2007
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    WE Christians can learn a great deal about our coming "Better Resurrection" as is stated in Hebrews by studying about those who once lived died and were resurrected back to this temporal life.

    HEBREWS 11:21-39 FORMER FAILURES FORTIFIES FUTURE FAITH I. FORERUNNERS: A. Frailty. B. Foretelling. C. Future. II. FREEDOM: A. Feebleness. B. Failure. C. Fear. III. FACT: A. Fellowship. B. Fulfilling. C. Fragrant. A Better Resurrection is the promise more

  • 11. Pious People Procure Perfected Promises

    Contributed on Nov 4, 2007
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    The writer to the Hebrews tried to give confort to the Early Christians that the new converts to the faith were on an equal basis with those of the Old Testament and for the millions to come to Jesus.

    HEBREWS 11:40 PIOUS PEOPLE PROCURE PERFECTED PROMISES I. THE PANORAMA: A. Past. B. Present. C. Promise. II. THE PATTERN: A. Person. B. Pardon. C. Partnership. III. THE PERFECTION: A. Plan. B. Provisional. C. Permanent. The writer now brings this part of more

  • 12. Audacious Actions Advocate Atonement

    Contributed on Nov 11, 2007

    The writer to the Hebrews attempts to show that the Offering of Christ at Calvary was far better than that of Abel. Abel offered up the first human animal sacrifice to atone for his sins, as good as that was-it pales in comparison to what Christ offered.

    HEBREWS 12:1-24 AUDACIOUS ACTIONS ADVOCATE AN ATONEMENT I. ADAM’S ADVERSITY: A. Acknowledgement. B. Atonement. C. Adorning. II. ABEL’S ACTIONS: A. Acquaintance. B. Attestation. C. more