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  • The Strong And The Weak Glorify God

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 37 ratings


    THE STRONG AND THE WEAK GLORIFY GOD WHEN HELD TOGETHER BY DIVINE ENCOURAGEMENT 1. The Strong are Obligated to Encourage the Weak (:1-5a) a. How can we encourage the weak? 1) by bearing with their failings (:1a) 2) by preferring them (not living for self) (:1-2) 3) by building up our neighbor 4) more

  • My Brother's Keeper: Bearing Up For The Weak PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 26, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Understand and exercise our Christian liberty responsibly, using it to support the weak and build a harmonious community, as guided by Romans 15:1-3.

    Good morning, beloved! Imagine a world where the weak are not overlooked but loved, where the strong are not arrogant but humble, and where all of us, despite our differences, live in harmony. This is the kind of world that we as Christians are called to build. And today, we're going to explore how more

  • The Blessings Of Believing Series

    Contributed by Mitchell Skelton on Jun 9, 2003
    based on 15 ratings

    Just as there are blessings of Justification (Romans 5), there are also blessings that God pours out because of our faith.

    The Blessings of Believing Romans 15:1–13 INTRODUCTION Just as there are blessings of Justification (Romans 5), there are also blessings that God pours out because of our faith. MAIN BODY I. We are filled with Joy. A. An example of Joyful believers. Acts 8:5, 8, 39 1. Philip proclaimed more

  • The Marks Of Strength

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Jun 28, 2004
    based on 19 ratings

    This passage before us teaches us that a display of spiritual maturity is not always a display of love towards someone else, but a display of love towards someone else is always a display of spiritual maturity. So lets look at marks of strength and how a

    THE MARKS OF STRENGTH Romans 15:1-13 INTRODUCTION: When one speaks of liberty in Christ, it is normal to think of all the things that are ours to do, because we are free in Christ. Yet, it is important to note that Liberty does not exist to satisfy our do’s and don’ts, but as a conduit for God to more

  • Bear With One Another Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Mar 17, 2003
    based on 87 ratings

    As we put up with each other, and forgive when we need to, the body will be built up. Is there anyone you need to bear with?

    Bear With One Another I have some good news and some bad news this morning. The good news is that everyone who has received Jesus Christ is going to heaven. The bad news is that we’re traveling there together. It’s easy to get out of sorts with those around us, isn’t it? The story is told of a more

  • 7 Habits Of Welcoming Churches Series

    Contributed by Wes Richard on May 9, 2004
    based on 37 ratings

    God expects his people to welcome both the weak in faith and the strong.

    One of my fond childhood experiences is that of watching my mother work in the kitchen preparing to bake cookies, cakes, or cinnamon rolls. With her apron on she would take the ingredients and mix them, sometimes with my help, and then put them into a pan or on a cookie sheet and put them into more

  • The Filling Station Series

    Contributed by Douglas Dudley on Feb 6, 2005
    based on 44 ratings


    The Filling Station Text: Romans, Chapter 15 The last two Sundays, Larry Grounds and I have gone to Palestine and preached in prison in prison and worshipped God with the congregation of the Lord’s people at the Powledge Unit. It has been a great two weeks. The first Sunday we preached more

  • When Christian Disagree (Part 3) Series

    Contributed by Dan Borchert on Sep 22, 2004
    based on 1 rating

    Part 3 of 3. Sometimes there is a weeker christian, in oder to maintain unity and to act in love and not to negatively affect the weeker, we have to give up some of our freedoms

    Romans 15:1-7 Getting on the Same Page as God about When Christians Disagree (Part 3) Introduction A. If I am going to do something I want to know what I am doing how to do it and why I am doing it B. If you ever want to annoy me, ask me to do something that I don’t know how to do and I don’t know more

  • Selfish And Loving It!

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Feb 13, 2006
    based on 18 ratings

    We will have one of two mindsets in life either we will be selfish and loving it or we will be servants and love it. Which mindset best describes yours?

    “Selfish and loving it!” On the Lighter side of life: See funny power point pictures. Thesis: We will have one of two mindsets in life either we will be selfish and loving it or we will be servants and love it. Which mindset best describes yours? Introduction: I titled my sermon today selfish more

  • Standing On The Promises

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Nov 17, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermon, on the importance of the Bible in the life of the Christian, was preached on Bible Sunday 2007.

    Standing on the Promises --Romans 15:1-6 [Text: verse 4] When I was a teenager I remember that the pastor of my home Church Eugene F. Black would often observe Bible Sunday sometime near the holy days of Thanksgiving and Christmas. I have long wanted to observe such a day in my own ministry and more

  • Romans 15:1-3

    Contributed by Zak Saenz on Jan 7, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Romans 15:1-3

    Romans 15:1-3 (Read 1-13) 1We who are strong ought to bear with the failings of the weak and not to please ourselves. 2Each of us should please his neighbor for his good, to build him up. 3For even Christ did not please himself but, as it is written: "The insults of those who insult you have more

  • The Life Of A Strong Believer Series

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry N. Watts on May 16, 2009
    based on 14 ratings

    A Strong or weak believer, what’s the difference and what am I?

    The Life of a Strong Believer Romans 15:1-13 * If you are given a choice, which would you choose, to be weak or to be strong? It’s kind of a useless question because everyone desires to be strong and for good reason. In the matter of our health we know that if our body gets weak we become more

  • Accept One Another Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Oct 10, 2009
    based on 8 ratings

    One of the keys to learning to accept one another is to attempt to treat each person as if they are Jesus.

    Introduction: A. The story is told of an old, disheveled cleaning woman who visited a local church one day. 1. When the invitation was given at the end of the service, she went forward wanting to become a member. 2. The preacher listened as she told him how she believed in Jesus and wanted to be more

  • Reality Check

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Apr 29, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Adherence to the Bible will teach us neither to be overly optimistic nor overly negative about human nature, but will give us both hope and harmony. Thus we must be serious Bible students.

    Twenty-five years ago, Neil Armstrong stepped out of that lunar module and set foot where no person had ever gone before, on the surface of the moon. "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." We were fascinated, and we still are. Nothing like that had ever been done; nothing quite like more

  • Remedy Part 7: The Remedy For Brokenness Series

    Contributed by Stephen Collins on Jun 1, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Final sermon of the Remedy series through Romans. Broken. Many of us are. We carry the burden of pain and regret of yesterday with us wherever we go. We’re broken. Can’t anybody fix us? God can. And He does it through the Church.

    REMEDY The Remedy for Brokenness “Our life is full of brokenness - broken relationships, broken promises, broken expectations. How can we live with that brokenness without becoming bitter and resentful except by returning again and again to God’s faithful presence in our lives?” -Henri more