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A sermon outline is road map that you follow when writing your sermon. Never write a sermon without a sermon outline.

Writing a sermon outline involves the main preaching point with the sermon sub-points, which expand and explain the main preaching point.

For example, if your main preaching point is Allowing The Bible To Speak, then your sermon sub-points could be: (1) the Bible speaks in the area of sin, (2) the Bible speaks in the area of death, and (3) the Bible speaks in the area of life.

Your sermon outline could look like this...

There are three areas in which the Bible speaks (Romans 5:12-14). They are:

  1. The Bible speaks in the area of sin (Romans 5:12a)
  2. The Bible speaks in the area of death (Romans 5:12b-14a)
  3. The Bible speaks in the area of life (Romans 5:14b-15)

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Allowing the Bible To Speak
(Romans 5:12-14)

Agricultural scientist Dr. Brian Sindel writes, "Christianity makes sense of the world in which I live--the environment, my personal relationships, my moral failures, conflict, suffering, the existence of good and evil, human dignity and equality, sexuality and work. All are given perspective in a world created by God but ravaged by the consequences of human sin."

When faced with difficult questions or situations in life, some people look within for answers, others look to the sciences for answers. But still others look to God and His word to find answers. In that sense, the Bible is our text book on life. After all, the Bible speaks about sin, death, and life. At the same time, these three important issues give meaning and understanding to our existence on earth. In this passage, there are three areas in which the Bible speaks. They are:

  1. The Bible speaks in the area of sin (5:12) Two questions:

    1. Where does sin come from? (5:12a)
    2. Why do I sin? (5:12d)

  2. The Bible speaks in the area of death (5:12-14a) Three statements:

    1. Death comes through sin (5:12b)
    2. Death comes to all men (5:12c)
    3. Death reigns from Adam to Moses and beyond (5:13-14a)

  3. The Bible speaks in the area of life (5:14b) Two facts:

    1. Adam brought death (5:12)
    2. Jesus brings life (5:14b)

Conclusion: The content of allowing the Bible to speak consists of the instructions in the area of sin, death, and life. These three issues give meaning and purpose to life.


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