A Collection of Bible Sermons

A collection of Bible sermons provides snippets from sermons in order to help preachers get ideas to develop sermons for their congregations.

A Collection of Bible Sermons

A Collection of Bible Sermons

These Bible Sermons are brief snippets of the original sermons. Hopefully these Bible Sermons will help you get ideas to develop sermons for your congregation.

Bible Sermons From Luke 5

I believe we all struggle with being told what to do. For some reason, we resist when someone tells us to do something.

Now, we may not always let on that we are battling with that command (whatever it may be). But in the quietness of our heart we are struggling to come to grips with being told what to do (sometimes, it can be just a little thing). A good sign of this struggle is when we walk away mumbling under our breathe. You know there is a battle going on.

I know in my late teens and early adulthood, I really struggled with being told what to do. In fact, I would do the opposite of what I was told to do. Isn’t that amazing? I would do the very opposite of what I was told to do. However, my mother had worked me out. Instead of telling me what to do, she would ask or suggest with pleasing results.

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Bible Sermons From Genesis 22

What happens when your stability in life is shattered? I mean, what happens when an incident comes into your life (it may not be your doing) and that incident totally turns your life upside down? What do we do? To whom do we go? How do we react when our stability in life is shattered?

Tom & Cheryl were high school sweethearts. Their love for one another eventually led to marriage. After they were married, Tom started training as a Top Gun pilot in the Navy. During that time, they had two wonderful children--Jennifer and Tommy Jr.

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Bible Sermons From Galatians 1

Freedom is the cry of the WESTERN WORLD—we want to be free. The WESTERN WORLD champions the cause of freedom. In fact, our society is obsessed with freedom. But are we really free?

Sometimes, I wonder just how free we are. When I survey our society, I don’t necessarily see freedom. In fact, I see the opposite—I see enslavement. I see enslavement to debt. For example: it seems that the mobile phone industry has created a groundswell of debt for our young people. Some of our young people will be bankrupt before they even get their first job. Is that freedom? I see enslavement to pleasure. Our society is preoccupied with pleasure. We will do almost anything to feel good or enjoy ourselves.

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Bible Sermons From 2 Timothy 1

Some people love camping—I have not worked out why people would love camping, especially when you read some horrendous stories about camping. And I have read some horrendous story about camping. When I read these stories, I wonder why would people go camping?

For some reason, it will be fine—beautiful weather. Then you decide to go camping, and all of a sudden wet weather sets in. How many times have you gone camping and wet-weather set in?

If you go camping on the beach, it doesn’t matter where you go, you cannot escape the sand, sand in your tent, in your sleeping bag, on your plate, in your cup, in the shower, and in the toilet—that’s if you have one.

Don’t get me wrong. I do like the beach except for the sand and water. As you can see, I am not much of a beach camper. Nevertheless, there is one aspect of camping I really do like.

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Bible Sermons From Revelation 21

You could sense the sorrow and the sadness. Their faces expressed the tragedy, the horror of a beautiful, young lady cut down in the prime of her life by cancer. The tears and the sobbing were a reminder of the solemnity of death and the shortness of life. She was dead at 47.

As we gathered around her gravesite, we were reminded of these things and the fact that death was not the end of our existence. For the Bible says, “it is appointed unto men to die once, but after this the judgment” (Heb 9:27). In other words, this verse tells us that death is not the end of our existence.

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