A Collection of Preaching Sermons That Work

A COLLECTION OF PREACHING SERMONS THAT WORK are snippets from sermons from the book of Romans. These snippets may give you ideas for preparing preaching sermons for your congregation.

A Collection of Preaching Sermons That Work From Romans

A Collection of Preaching Sermons That Work

A collection of preaching sermons that work from Romans are snippetts from sermons that may help you prepare preaching sermons for you congregation.

Preaching Sermons That Work From Romans 1

While D.L. Moody was attending a convention in Indianapolis on mass evangelism, he asked his song leader Ira Sankey to meet him at 6 o’clock one evening at a certain street corner. When Sankey arrived, Mr. Moody asked him to stand on a box and sing. Once a crowd had gathered, Moody spoke briefly and then invited the people to follow him to the nearby convention hall. Soon the auditorium was filled with spiritually hungry people, and the great evangelist preached the gospel to them. Then the convention delegates began to arrive. Moody stopped preaching and said, “Now we must close, as the brethren of the convention wish to come and discuss the topic, ‘How to reach the masses.’” Moody graphically illustrated the difference between talking about doing something and going out and doing it.

Times have no changed. We still talk a great deal about sharing Christ, but are we actually sharing Christ as a church and as individuals?

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Preaching Sermons That Work From Romans 2

One writer said, “Many people mistakenly believe that one’s religious preference is irrelevant because all religions eventually lead to the same spiritual destination. Such thinking is sheer folly because Scripture declares that no one comes to God apart from Jesus (John 14:6). He is the only source of salvation (Acts 4:12) and the only One powerful enough to redeem us and hold us secure forever (John 10:28).”

In an age, when people are searching for spiritual reality, it is important that we realise that there are differences between religions. Why? Because the differences will have eternal consequences. To say that all religions lead to the same God and that all religions are similar are misleading. In many ways, we need to be aware of these differences so that we can recognise the shallowness of religion. In this passage, Paul wanted his readers to realise the hypocrisy of religion.

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Preaching Sermons That Work From Romans 5

Sometimes a gift can be very special and it can leave a life-time impression. At the age of six, Lora was diagnosed with insulin-dependent diabetes. Over the next 25 years, her diabetes degenerated into severe diabetic neuropathy-that is, her diabetes affected her nervous system. Eventually, she was placed on dialysis waiting for a transplant. On April 22, 1996, Lora received the call that lead to a kidney and pancreas transplant.

For Lora, the gift of a kidney and pancreas meant another change at life. Without them she would have died. She commented, “I will never forget the gift that was given to me, and the giver of that gift.” In many ways, she understood the enormity of the gift because she knew the cost to the donor and his family. Also, she was experiencing a quality of life that the gift had given her. Likewise the gift of God, which is eternal life through Jesus Christ, is a very special gift, a gift that leaves a life-time impression.

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Preaching Sermons That Work From Romans 8

Someone said, “God’s justice condemns us, but His mercy redeems us.” In Australia’s justice system, it’s important that jurors have an open mind. They can’t have their minds made up before they get into the courtroom. They must always remember that a person is considered innocent until proven guilty. And yet, this system of justice is not like the one God has devised for mankind. We are declared guilty before we even enter His courtroom! And though that may not sound fair, it is because God’s perfect law demands it.

In a courtroom, when a person is found guilty, he or she faces punishment. But the wonderful thing about God’s courtroom is that when we admit our guilt, we are offered mercy! We are all guilty and face an eternal life-sentence of death. Yet the penalty for sin is meted out only to those who refuse to acknowledge their sin, and who reject God’s forgiveness through Jesus Christ. Guilty-that’s our status. But we can be granted forgiveness and be pardoned from our sin through the person of Jesus Christ.

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Peaching Sermons That Work From Romans 13

A young sailor called his parents after his release from the military service. He said he was bringing his buddy home to stay with him. “You see, Mom,” he said, “My friend is pretty badly broken up. He was severely wounded and has only one leg, one arm, and one eye.” After a little reflection, the mother said grudginigly, “Of course, Son, I guess he can stay with us a little while.” Her voice, however, carried the message that they would not like to be burdened very long with such a severely handicapped fellow.

Two days later they received a telegram from the admiral’s office, saying their son had plunged to his death from a hotel window. When his body arrived for burial, his parents saw that he had only one arm, one leg and one eye! The memory of her last conversation with him lingered with that mother her whole life. She often cried out, “Why didn’t I speak more carefully, more lovingly! If only I could take back those thoughtless words ‘he can stay with us a little while.’ But it was too late now!” Although this is a fictitious story, nevertheless, the point that the writer makes is very clear. All he needed was love...someone to love him.

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