Cory Collins has a good outline of Hebrews 10, “Because He Did, We Therefore Must.” Here are his main points: What the law could not do, 1-4. What Jesus did, 5-18. What we therefore must do, 19-25.
Gary Hampton of Mississippi shared the slides from his Christmas sermon, “Beneath the Star.” He graciously gave us permission to share them with subscribers of SermonLines. Beneath the Star.pptx
Luke 24.13-17 When Jesus conquered death? When God works providentially in your life? When God has made forgiveness available to you? —Bobby Cloyd, Keltonburg TN congregation
They Turned Away in Apostasy: Jeremiah 8:4-5 They Turned Away from God’s Word: Jeremiah 8:9 They Turned to Greed and Gain: Jeremiah 8:10 They Turned to Deceit: Jeremiah 8:10-12 —John Henson, Dibrell Church of Christ, McMinnville, TN
David: 1 Samuel 17:45-47 Lazarus’ Sister Mary: Mark 14:3-9 The Widow: Mark 12:41-44 You as a Christian: 1 Peter 4:16 John Henson, Dibrell Church of Christ 95 Gills Rd., McMinnville, TN 37110-4456
Distinctive in its Power: Romans 1:16-17 Distinctive in its Message: Galatians 1:11-12; 2 Peter 1:20-21 Distinctive in its Importance: Matthew 16:26; 1 Timothy 1:15-16 John Henson Dibrell Church of Christ 95 Gills Rd. McMinnville, TN 37110-4456
So says Rick Kelley: … context should not be abandoned altogether, and expository preaching/study is an excellent form of communicating the text – perhaps the most excellent form; but remote and immediate context doesn’t always need to be explored deeply… Continue Reading →
By John Henson, Dibrell congregation, McMinnville TN John 10:7-11 Jesus came that we might have life: John 10:10. Jesus came that we might have purpose: John 12:23-27. Jesus is coming again to take us home: John 14:1-3
Jas 5.19-20 Spiritual objective: our purpose is to bring forgiveness of sins and salvation from eternal death. Community objective: the responsibility belongs to all. Optimistic objective: restoration can happen.