Sermons on Self-will


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Deny Ability
Deny Ability

Introduction

Years ago Clarence Jordan started an interracial Christian community, Koinonia Farm, down in Georgia. He suffered greatly for his stand, ...


Being a true disciple means following Jesus on his own terms instead of your own.


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What Child Is This Who Came Not to Bring Peace?

From the editor

One of the more popular texts in the Advent and Christmas season is Isaiah 9:1–7. Preachers love to explore the beauty of our having ...


Jesus came not to bring immediate peace, but to divide us from our illegitimate allegiances.


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The House of Expectancy

Introduction

Have you wondered what makes one person open to God and the next person closed? What makes Sally receptive, attentive, responsive to God's ...


When we live in expectancy, rather than expectation, we are open to the person of Christ.


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Beyond Will and Grace
Beyond Will and Grace

Texts: Genesis 1:1–2:28; Leviticus 18:22 and 20:13; Romans 1:24–26; 1 Corinthians 6:9
Topic: What should we think about homosexuality?


When considering the issue of homosexuality, we must push past the will and grace of primetime to embrace the will and grace of God.


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Don't You Believe It! Our Lives Are Not Our Own

Introduction:

A new missionary recruit went to Venezuela for the first time. He was struggling with language and didn't understand a whole lot of what ...


The command to not murder is more than a prohibition against unjust killing; it is the command for us to cherish human life—every human life—just as God does.


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Freedom

by John Stott

There are two reasons why I have chosen the topic of freedom. The first is that everybody is thinking and talking about freedom today, and ...


Jesus Christ sets us free from sin, guilt, and self-centeredness.


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