Free Bible Sermons

Free Bible sermons is a collection of sermons for preachers to get ideas to develop sermons for their congregations.


Free Bible Sermons

These Free Bible Sermons are brief snippets from the original sermons and will help you get ideas to develop bible sermons for your people.


Free Bible Sermons From Luke 5

We don’t always like being told what to do. For some reason, we tend to resist when someone tells us to do something. We may not always let on but in the quietness of our hearts we struggle to come to grips with being told what to do.

It seems Simon Peter struggled with being told what to do. When Jesus asked Simon Peter to put the boat out from the shore, he was very obliging. However, when Jesus told Simon Peter to launch out into the deep to fish, we see a different response. At first, he resisted. You can sense the resistance in the words. “We’ve toiled all night and caught nothing” (5:5a).

Nevertheless, in that moment of resistance, Peter conceded and got a glimpse of Jesus’ majesty. In spite of Peter’s professional view of the situation, he let down the net and got a first-hand glimpse of Jesus’ majesty. This glimpse of Jesus’ majesty transformed Peter’s life. “So when they had brought their boats to land, they forsook all and followed Jesus” (5:11).

This story could have had a different ending if Peter did not concede to Jesus’ command. How many times have we missed out seeing the majesty of Jesus and experience His transforming power in our lives because we failed to follow Jesus’ commands? All it takes is a step of obedience.

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Free Bible Sermons From Genesis 22

Dr. David Livingstone wrote, “People talk of the sacrifice I have made in spending so much of my time in Africa. Can that be called sacrifice which is simply paid back as a small part of a great debt owing our God, which we can never repay?” Again, he wrote, “My birthday--My Jesus, My King, My Life, My All, again I dedicate my whole self to Thee. Accept me and grant, gracious Father, that before this year is gone I may finish my work. In Jesus’ Name I ask it. Amen.”

When we read of his sacrifice and his desire to serve God, we see a man who put God first in everything in his life. On May 1, 1873, David Livingstone was found dead in his hut upon his knees beside his bed in an attitude of prayer. It is said that his heart was removed from his body and buried in a tin box underneath a tree in Chitambo’s village for in Africa was where his heart belonged. The rest of his body was wrapped in sail-cloth and carried 1,300 miles to the coast by his two loyal African companions. From there it was taken to England, and 11 months after his death, on April 18, 1874, a day of national mourning was proclaimed in England and the remains of this great man were entombed at Westminster Abbey.

While reflecting on his life, one writer said, “His motivation, first and foremost, was his strong, unswerving Christian faith. He was not a mighty evangelist...but he was faithful in his God-given task.” May this be our testimony: Putting God first in everything so that we will be faithful in our service for Him.

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Free Bible Sermons From Galatians 1

In the Western World, we champion the cause of freedom. After all, we want to be free, and there’s certainly nothing wrong with that. But are we really free? When I survey our modern society, I don’t necessarily see freedom. In fact, I see the opposite. I see enslavement. I see enslavement to debt, I see enslavement to pleasure, which often involves alcohol and drugs; and I see enslavement to the multimedia industry, which often involves promiscuity, profanity, and pornography (eg. TV, Video, and Internet).

Is that freedom when we are enslaved to debt, to pleasure, and the multimedia industry with all its sinful trappings? Let’s face it. Freedom that leads to enslavement is not freedom at all. Freedom is when you can say no to excessive debt, when you can say no to alcohol and drugs, and when you can say no to promiscuity, profanity, and pornography. True freedom enables us to stand against the sinful trappings of the world.

However, I believe that true freedom is only found in the gospel. As the apostle Paul said, “Christ gave Himself for our sins, that He might deliver us from this present evil age” (Gal. 1:4). When we put our faith in Christ, He will give us the strength to say no to the excesses of this sinful world. If you are struggling with enslavement to some sin, trust Christ to deliver you today.

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Free Bible Sermons From 2 Timothy 1

Sometimes, we all go through times of struggle and discouragement. When young Timothy pastored the church at Ephesus, he went through a time of struggle and discouragement. He suffered from health problems (1 Timothy 5:23) and also encountered difficulties and opposition. In fact, some false teachers gave him a hard time. It seemed they were determined to wear him down.

These struggles really affected Timothy even to the point where his spiritual fervor was beginning to wane. But the apostle Paul was not willing to give up on him. This young man whom Paul led to the Lord, this young man who worked alongside of Him, he was not willing to give up on him. So, Paul wrote to Timothy and encouraged him to rekindle the spiritual fire within.

You know we all need to rekindle the spiritual fire within. When people become Christians, they usually serve God with great fervor and passion; and they follow God at any cost. However, as time passes, the fire within begins to wane, the spiritual fire begins to waver. And before long our passion for God is seriously affected. However, we can overcome this problem by rekindling the spiritual fire within. Don’t let your passion for God die. Don’t let your fervor for God diminish. Rekindle the spiritual fire within (2 Timothy 1:1-18).

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Free Bible Sermons From Revelation 21

A little girl was taking an evening walk with her father. Wonderingly, she looked up at the stars and exclaimed; “Oh, Daddy, if the wrong side of heaven is so beautiful, what must the right side be!”

Heaven! The very word is synonymous with beauty, comfort, peace, satisfaction, and contentment. However, when we read the Bible, we see that eternal heaven is much more than this. Heaven is a real place—a place where God dwells with His people (Rev. 21:3). Of course, these people are believers—people who know God personally through faith in Jesus Christ.

You know, statistics tell us that most people believe that they are going to heaven when their life on earth is over. However, the Bible tells us that only believers will be in heaven. “But there shall by no means enter it [heaven] anything that defiles, or causes an abomination or a lie, but only those who are written in the Lamb’s Book of Life” (Rev. 21:27). Is your name written in the Lamb’s Book of Life? Are you bound for the wonders of heaven when your time on earth is over?

The Bible tells us that we can be sure that we are bound for heaven. “And this is the testimony: that God has given us eternal life, and this life is in His Son. He who has the Son has life; he who does not have the Son of God does not have life. These things I have written to you who believe in the name of the Son of God, that you may know that you have eternal life, and that you may continue to believe in the name of the Son of God” (1 John 5:11-13). Believing in Jesus Christ is the only way we can be sure that we are bound for heaven.

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