Most Amen'd Sermons on Sermon Cloud This Month
Jesus dies for our sins. What exactly does that mean? How should this direct and change my life?
An introduction to Philippians 1:18-26. The Apostle Paul's reckless abandonment led to abundant life.
We are called to love one another with a deep and abiding mutual love, and with complete sincerity. What does that look like? What can we do in order to love more completely? Maybe we cannot do anything? Maybe it is something that must happen supernaturally?
We are called to be holy. What does that mean/ how do we do that? What does it look like? Peter gives us the motivation and the origination of holiness. And then he tells us to be holy because God is holy. Is this possible?
The Procurement of Redemption - 4:1-12 The Product of Redemption - 4:13-16 The Picture of Redemption - 4:17-22
What does it mean when we say that we are saved? How do we communicate our salvation to the world. Peter gives us beautiful language in this text. Grace has come to us. The question is are we obsessed with it?
What is our identity? Peter covers the entire Gospel in the first 2 verses of I Peter. He tells us WHY he is writing this letter. And that purpose should give us great hope in the midst of suffering. Life is like a furnace. Will we come out crispy and consumed, or beautiful like gold?
In Philippians 1:1Paul's greeting cultivates: 1. Christ Exalting Humility 2. Christ Exalting Unity "Remember that the Master who calls you into blessed slavery is the Savior who purchased you for eternity!"
How does Satan work? How can he gain access into our lives?