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  • Adam And Christ Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Apr 12, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    In Romans 5:12-21 the apostle Paul contrasts the work of Adam with the work of Christ. This sermon examines the contrast between two men, two acts, and two results.

  • Adam And Christ

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Aug 30, 2013
    based on 6 ratings

    The entrance of sin, and the wages of sin, compared and contrasted with the free gift of Jesus Christ.

    ADAM AND CHRIST. Romans 5:12-21. 1. THE ENTRANCE OF SIN. We are told in the book of Genesis that when God created the world “it was all very good” (Genesis 1:31). Yet the world as we know it is full of moral evil, as quoted by Paul in Romans 3:10-18. How did such a situation come about? In more

  • A Comparison Of Adam And Christ Series

    Contributed by Bruce Willis on Mar 5, 2008
    based on 14 ratings

    This sermon communicates the truth that Christ has completely overturned the effects of Adam’s sin by comparing and contrasting Adam’s death-dealing sin and Jesus Life-giving gift.

    The context of the message today has to do with your justification by faith in which you’ve benefited by receiving peace with God, access to God’s grace, rejoicing in God’s glory which means God will reveal Himself in you for who He really is thereby enabling you to become all that He intended you more

  • Grace, Adam And Christ Series

    Contributed by Martin Wiles on Apr 20, 2011

    Adam and Eve's choice to disobey God has influenced all their descendants.

    Introduction: A. Do you ever think about how your sinful actions or attitudes affect others? B. Actions always have consequences and sinful actions do as well. I. Sin and the Law (13-14) A. Consider the question: Is it possible to break a law even when there is no law against what you have more

  • From Adam To Christ.

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on May 15, 2021
    based on 3 ratings

    From Adam, where are you? to victory in Jesus.

    FROM ADAM TO CHRIST. Genesis 3:8-15. Adam was the representative head of the human race, and when he partook of the forbidden fruit, he brought disaster and death upon all of his descendants. Spiritual death, separation from God, was immediate. Suddenly man and his wife realised that they were more

  • The Greatness Of Grace

    Contributed by Jonathan Mcleod on Jul 22, 2001
    based on 157 ratings

    A contrast between Adam and Christ.

    A man was trying to convince an acquaintance that one individual can make a lasting impression on others. After a rather heated discussion, his friend continued to doubt this principle. To prove his point, the first man declared that he would introduce a new word into the English language. more

  • The Two Adams

    Contributed by Paul Steffens on Dec 11, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Some beautiful similarities between the first Adam and the last Adam; Jesus Christ with one exceptional difference.

    The Two Adams (Romans 5:12-18) I. Both Adams: (a) had a bride: Adam-Eve & Christ-His Church (b) had a tree of death in their lives: Adam-the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Christ-the cross (c) knew sin by that tree. (d) ate out of love for their bride. (The more

  • Two Men, Two Destinies Series

    Contributed by Paul Barreca on Feb 22, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    In the comparision of Adam and Christ, we see JESUS as our redeemer, overcoming in his death the destruction brought by Adam’s sin.

    Sermon Notes January 13, 2008 Two Men, Two Destinies Romans 5:12-14 “Was it fair for God to condemn the whole world just for one man’s disobedience?” The SCOFFER objects that if there was such a God, he would not be worthy of worship. The SCEPTIC wonders how such conferred guilt can be more

  • Hope For The Future

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Mar 2, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    The doctrine of solidarity says that all humanity is under the leadership of two men: Adam and Christ. Connection with Adam leads to death. Connection with Christ leads to life.

    The reading from Romans 5:12-19 reinforces the idea that those who trust Christ have hope for the future. Let me explain. Adam’s sin led to condemnation of the entire human race because his sinful nature was passed on to all of his descendants. Christ overcame that condemnation. As a more

  • Cross Purposes 6: New Life In Christ Series

    Contributed by Vic Folkert on Dec 13, 2019

    Jesus died AS A MAN to give life TO HUMANITY. Christ is the new Adam. New identity in Christ.

    CROSS PURPOSES 6: NEW LIFE IN CHRIST In our study, “Cross Purposes,” we have asked, “Why did Jesus die on the cross?” The answer is multi-faceted, and every angle we take yields profound insight into the grace of God: The cross demonstrates the love of God. The cross is God’s answer to human more

  • Contrast

    Contributed by Lou Nicholes on Dec 10, 2004
    based on 8 ratings

    If you want to know the heart of the Bible, and the central truth about world history from God’s point of view, you only need to know two people. This section of Scripture shows a contrast between Adam and Christ.

    THOUGHTS ABOUT THE PASSAGE: Several years ago Billy Graham preached in St. Petersburg, Russia. During the crusade a very brilliant architect, an atheist, came to hear him. Night after night he listened to the preaching of the gospel. He didn’t make a decision during the crusade. As he thought more

  • Naturalized Citizens

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Oct 28, 2019

    All of us are viewed by God as either in Adam or in Christ; if we are in Adam, we are doomed to eternal death (separation from God); if we are in Christ, we are destined for eternal life.

    Naturalized Citizens Romans 5:12-21 1. What do you call a bear with extreme mood swings? – A bi-polar-bear. 2. Polarization is a good description of America’s political climate. 3. Polarization, however, can occur in many areas. 4. For example, some people are law abiding citizens, some hold no more

  • Life For All Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Jul 29, 2017

    The difference in the 1) Effectiveness (Romans 5:15), 2) Extent (Romans 5:16), 3) Efficacy (Romans 5:17), 4) Essence (Romans 5:18–19), and 5) Energy (Romans 5:20–21) between the works of Adam vs. Christ.

    In the world of sports, most sports today are seasonal. We wait for the warmer weather for field sports. But in an effort to transcend the unpredictability of weather, more and more sports are being played on turf instead of grass. Although they have the ability to not flood, don’t need fertilizer, more

  • Who Is Your Proxy? Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jun 1, 2004
    based on 23 ratings

    The human race has only two proxies: Adam and Jesus Christ. Adam is the default proxy, for we are all born “in Adam.” Jesus Christ is the proxy for all who are born again, “in Christ.” Today, we are going to look at the how’s of original sin and its remed

    Who is Your Proxy? (Romans 5:12-21) 1.. Two old friends bumped into one another on the street one day. One of them looked forlorn, almost on the verge of tears. His friend asked, "What has the world done to you, my old friend?" The sad fellow said, "Let me tell you. Three weeks ago, my uncle more

  • Will The Church Survive Covid 19 And Why?

    Contributed by Otis Mcmillan on Mar 5, 2021

    In the kingdom of God, the whole world, every continent, every foot and everything lost through the first Adam’s sin, will be reconciled to God through the Second Adam, Jesus Christ and that the instrument used to banish the gross darkness in the world is His Spirit filled Church.

    Sermon. Will the Church Survive Covid 19? Text: Revelation 1:1-20 Introduction: Of all the writing of the Bible, the book of Revelations is the only book that assigns a special blessing to those who read, hear, understand and keep the word of these sayings. The theme of the book is the mystery of more