Sermon Illustrations about Atonement
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Happy 50th Birthday, Cell Phones
It might be hard to imagine a world without cell phones, but there was most definitely a time when they remained the stuff of science fiction. That is, ...
US Records One Millionth Organ Transplant
The United States recorded its one millionth organ transplant in September of 2022, a historic milestone for the medical procedure that has saved thousands ...
Man Tries to Negotiate with Death
In the opening scene of the 2016 film Collateral Beauty, advertising CEO Howard Inlet explains that his strategy is driven by three things. At the end ...
She Being Dead Yet Heals
In 1951, Henrietta Lacks visited John Hopkins Hospital complaining of bleeding. Doctors discovered a large, malignant tumor on her cervix. Lacks began ...
Crossing Guard Saves Child from Speeding Car
When police officer Cpl. Annette L. Goodyear holds up her hand to direct traffic in front of the local middle school, drivers usually stop. But when one ...
The Reason for Christ’s Anguish in the Garden
How are we to understand Jesus’ cry of dereliction, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” along with his desperate prayer in the ...
The Wealthy in China Use Body Doubles
In China, the extremely wealthy can avoid prison terms by hiring body doubles. Incredibly, this is true! Slate.com originally broke the story of how the ...
Atonement Is in Our Blood
In a sermon on the Atonement, Will Anderson used the following illustration:
Food demonstrates how everyone benefits from a form of atonement, whether ...
Christ Has Blazed the Trail
Max Lucado tells the story of a missionary in Brazil who discovered a tribe of Indians in a remote part of the jungle. They lived near a large river. ...
Forgiveness Always Comes at A Cost
Pastor and author J.D. Greear writes:
I remember a Muslim asking me when I lived in Southeast Asia, why would God need somebody to die in order to forgive ...