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  • Confession Of Sin

    Contributed by Jeff Hughes on Mar 17, 2003
    based on 11 ratings

    Confession of Sin

    Confession of Sin 1st John 1:8-2:2 Jeff Hughes I. Introduction a. By way of introduction, let’s briefly go over the three verses we studied last time. b. First, we looked at The Message - God’s sinless perfection, and how God’s message to us is a promise, and not just a message, by looking at the more

  • Confession Of Sin

    Contributed by James R. Rice on Feb 6, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Confession of sin is an absolute necessity to restore fellowship between God and His children. However, many confess their sins, but receive no forgiveness. The message reveals different types of confessions.

    CONFESSION OF SIN 1 Samuel 15:24 A. Our text consists of three words: “I have sinned.” 1. This statement is found seven times in the Bible and they are arranged so as to cover, as nearly as possible, the whole field of sin. 2. The three sweetest words in the English language are more

  • Confession Of Sin Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 5, 2021

    All sin is sin against God. If we sin against people it is only sin because we violate a law of God. All confession, therefore, is legitimate before God, but not all sin should be confessed before men. Confession is to go as far as the sin.

    Charles Francis Berry, a major league umpire, was once asked if he ever made mistakes in calling balls and strikes. He looked at the person as if he were joking, and said, "Of course I may mistakes. My only trouble is I can't admit it." The tragedy is that the inability to admit more

  • Confession Of Sin Series

    Contributed by Dr. Tom Badia on Feb 18, 2024

    We cannot pay the penalty of our sins. The penalty or "wage of sin is death." Therefore God has provided a better way. We lay our sins on Jesus. Isaiah 53 But what happens to confessed sins?

    Series: Intercessory Prayer Training - Lesson 2 Topic; Confession of sin Last week we began a spiritual journey on intercession. The objective of this lesson is to enable us to be more effective in our prayer lives. It is designed to take us from praying for 60 seconds to at least 60 more

  • Integrity Is Confession Of Sin Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Sep 25, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    If we are to live a life of Integrity we must confess the sin in our lives to God!

    Sermon Brief Date Written: September 21, 2006 Date Preached: September 24, 2006 Where Preached: OZHBC (AM) Sermon Details: Sermon Series: Living a Life of Integrity Sermon Title: Integrity is being willing to confess your sin! Sermon Text: Daniel 9:5-6 5…we have sinned, committed iniquity, more

  • Confessing Our Sins Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Jul 19, 2006
    based on 8 ratings

    This sermon shows us another key that will help us glorify God and grow spiritually. That key is confessing our sins.

    Scripture All Christians are in the process of spiritual growth regardless of how long we have been saved. Some Christians grow slowly; other Christians grow quickly. The desire of every Christian is to become more and more like his or her Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. The master key to more

  • Confessing Your Sins Series

    Contributed by Gary Landsberg on Dec 16, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    There is cleansing found in the confession of our sins to one another, and especially unto God. Unconfessed sin creates emotional distress and spiritual illness.

    CONFESSING YOUR SINS TEXT: James 5:14-16 INTRODUCTION 1. What a wonderful day, this day is. I am so glad, and grateful. You see, I have reason to be happy and excited. My mighty Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, has seen fit to redeem me from my sin and destruction. 2. I serve a risen Savior, more

  • Confessing Our Sins Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 31, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Before approaching communion, we are admonished to be in right relation with God and the Church; this is accomplished through Reconciliation.

    Feast of the Purification/Presentation February 2, 2009 Sacramentum Caritatis St. Luke must have had a terrific sense of humor, history and irony. He also knew his Bible–especially the prophets like Malachi. The picture here in Malachi is apocalyptic. The Lord visits His temple and purifies the more

  • Confessing Our Sins

    Contributed by Timothy Craver on Apr 21, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermon reminds us of the importance of confessing our sins to God and to each other.

    Last week we looked at the message that was given to the women who came to the empty tomb after Jesus had risen from the dead. We looked at the implications of the empty tomb, the fulfilled promises, and the command to go and tell. Today, I want to continue the conversation about the implications more

  • Our Confession Of Sin Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 14, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    Like Abraham, Jacob and David, and like all of our individual ancestors, we fall short of the mark too often–committing venial sins of omission and commission, and perhaps even total turn-aways from God’s plan.

    Tuesday of the 3rd Week in Advent 2019 Our Confession of Sin I have to admit that this is one of my favorite weekday Masses in the whole Lectionary, because we hear the genealogy of Our Lord Jesus. These old Hebrew names don’t necessarily roll off the tongue, but the list is important, because more

  • "Farfrumcheatin” (Confession)

    Contributed by Sheila Crowe on Aug 6, 2009

    confessing our sins to God

    When we have done something wrong it fester insides, gnawing away at our subconscious. It keeps us awake, makes us irritable, cross and quick tempered. It depresses us and grinds at self confidence. The guilt eats at us and we begin to get desperate to rid ourselves of it. So we hide it, more

  • What Is Confession? Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on May 8, 2001
    based on 41 ratings

    What is confession and how does it fit in God’s plan of salvation?

    INTRODUCTION  As we started our “Christianity 101” series last week, we started off by looking at faith. We learned that faith is:  Faith is whole-souled trust in God’s Word because of the sufficiency of the evidence, which leads to doing what God says.  If you go to a more

  • Confession And Cleansing

    Contributed by Tim Huie on Apr 22, 2008

    There is a Bible principle connected to confession of sin: The confession should go as far as the injury from the sin goes.

    1. Illus. of Dad fixing car • Couldn’t afford to send mechanic work out if he could fix it. • Worked on car all afternoon, came in dirty and greasy from one end to the other. • Went up to my mom and said, “how about a little hug and a kiss?” • Chased my mom all over the house, with her shrieking more

  • Confession

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Dec 3, 2010
    based on 39 ratings

    God's first choice is to use goodness to lead us to Him, but if we insist, He will use judgment to bring us back to Him in repentance. Link inc. to formatted text, audio/video, PowerPoint.

    Confession Nehemiah 9 Confession leads to Consecration, and ultimately to Celebration. If you were in Jerusalem at this time in our text you would have seen some very unusual sights, and heard some very unusual sounds. Like people in the streets more

  • Benefits Of Confessing Our Sins

    Contributed by John Kapteyn on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 34 ratings

    Part of our weekly worship includes the corporate confession of our sins. This message considers the benefits of confession and the components of proper confession.

    Introductory Considerations 1. Illustration of person who felt need to confess terrible sin. (see illustrations at end). Teaching 1. Confessing sin to pastor or priest - isn’t that a Roman Catholic thing? Didn’t that go out with the Reformation? Perhaps but the felt need we have to confess our more