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  • Romans 8:18-27 Series

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Oct 7, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Three groanings

    Romans 8:18-27 John Shearhart October 10, 2010 We’re back in the book of Romans eight. Last time we read that there’s no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus because we’ve been set free from the law of sin and death; our sin debt has been paid! We finished up more

  • In God We Trust: Part Deux Series

    Contributed by Rev Dr Randall M Deal Sr on Jul 1, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    BIG IDEA: Trust God in time of trouble!

    Outline, Devotional, Audio and Video available at Life is full of trouble… Romans 8:18-24; Job 5:7a, 14:1b (NLT) Job’s Story… (NLT) • Disaster Took His Fortune (1:3, 13-17) • Disease Tortured His Flesh (2:7-8) • Death Touched His Family (1:18-19) • Deceit Turned Away more

  • Living In A Murphy's Law World Series

    Contributed by John Sears on Jul 22, 2011
    based on 21 ratings

    This is a message of encouragement to people who are facing struggles and trials. We live in a Murphy's Law world where trouble is always just around the corner. How do we deal with it when the troubles of life seem overwhelming?

    Introduction: Murphy’s law suggests that anything that can go wrong will go wrong. Some corollaries have been attached – they are true given the right circumstances: q At the most inopportune time q Because it is your fault q And Everyone will see it Every perceived more

  • Groans To Glory

    Contributed by Jason Bonnicksen on Jul 17, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    There’s times when we’re seemingly dealt one crummy hand after another. It’s in times like these when there’s really not much we can do but groan with deep frustration in prayer, and place our hope in in God that he’ll turn our groans to glory.

    INTRO The other day I needed to take my mind off things, so I opened my computer and played a game of hearts. Now, for those of you who’ve never played hearts, the object of the game is to score as few points as possible. You do this by trying to pass all your hearts to your three more

  • Grace And Future Glory Series

    Contributed by Martin Wiles on May 10, 2011
    based on 3 ratings

    God takes everything in our life-good and evil, and works it together for good in his purpose for our life.

    Romans 8:18-30 Introduction: A. There is a longing in humans that leads them to want something better and to believe there is more to life than experienced on earth. B. While we don’t necessarily want to die to attain the better experience, believers maintain taking this step is the only more

  • We Are What God Says We Are! We Need A Good Confession!

    Contributed by Tony Abram on Jun 11, 2010
    based on 16 ratings

    In this sermon out line we put some of the promises of God toward His people. He wants us to overcome in every area of our lives. To do this we must confess, believe and live in the Living Word of God. We are what God says we are. We are His sons and daug

    WE ARE WHAT GOD SAYS WE ARE! WE NEED A GOOD CONFESSION! In this sermon out line we put some of the promises of God toward His people. He wants us to overcome in every area of our lives. To do this we must confess, believe and live in the Living Word of God. We are what God says we are. We are more

  • The Shape Of Hope Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Aug 9, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    The shape of hope is not wishful or positive thinking, but rather action

    Romans 8:12-25 “The Shape of Hope” INTRODUCTION Some of the greatest Christian hymns are songs of hope: “My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less,” “Rock of Ages,” “Oh God, Our Help in Ages Past,” and many more. Christians are a people of hope. more

  • The Promised Blessings Of Those In Christ Series

    Contributed by Scott Kircher on Aug 8, 2011
    based on 26 ratings

    Paul finished Romans 7 discussing the struggle between the 2 natures we have as Christians. But even in the midst of those struggles, Paul goes on in Romans 8 to tell us of the promised blessings to all who are in Christ!

    The Promised Blessings of those in Christ! Romans 8:1-39 Those in Christ will not be Condemned (8:1-17) Those in Christ will not be Forgotten (8:18-34) Those in Christ will not be Separated (8:35-39) Good morning. Slide We are back into our Series, “Summer in Rome” after taking a week more

  • Unity Of Christians

    Contributed by Scott Jordan on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 164 ratings

    Proposition- Christians should dwell together in Unity.

    Proposition- Christians should dwell together in Unity. Transitional sentence- By looking in the psalm we see that Christians should dwell together in unity in the Local Church. Intro: Approach Sentence- Imagine that you are part of a United Nations peace keeping force sent into a war torn more

  • Why If Creation Groaning For Heaven Series

    Contributed by Rick Burdette on Apr 9, 2012

    Questions about Heaven

    WHY IS CREATION GROANING FOR HEAVEN? Romans 8: 18-25 (p800) January 8, 2012 INTRODUCTION: What would you want God to do for you if He told you your life is going to be filled with suffering and trials? I guess, first of all I’d ask---“Would you really want to know that more

  • Basic Training 04 Series

    Contributed by Greg Carr on Apr 10, 2012

    A 10 week study on the book of Romans to help every Christian be all they can be.

    Welcome back to Basic Training. We have 6 weeks remaining in our study of the book of Romans after today. Let’s pray, Father, Open my eyes so I can see Your truth. Open my ears so I can hear Your voice. Open my mind so I can understand Your Word. And open my heart so I may receive more

  • How Can All Things Work Together For Good?

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Dec 21, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    This message from the second half of Romans 8 uses Romans 8:28 as an anchor text to speak about all the things we inherit because we are in Christ.

    How can all things work together for good? TEXT: Romans 8:14-39 INTRODUCTION: Romans 8 is a chapter of victory for Christians. After hearing about the “Wretched Man” in chapter 7, who tries to overcome sin by his own fleshy power, Paul shifts gears and talks about our victory more

  • Supernatural Hope Series

    Contributed by Bruce B. Miller on Dec 29, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon dives into verses eighteen to twenty-five, a section in which we will discover supernatural hope.

    Supernatural Hope Romans 8:18-25 Bruce Miller Supernatural Hope I never get tired of hearing how God changes lives. That’s what we want to multiply – life change. We are engaged in a movement to multiply – multiply Christ fellowship so we can multiply life change. We know we will reach more more

  • The Hope Of Glory Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Jan 9, 2012
    based on 24 ratings

    This concept of future glory in relation to present suffering becomes the theme of our present passage. The afflictions which we are call on to endure are not only consistent to being a child of God but may come because we are a child of God. But they co

    ROMANS 8: 18-25-27 THE HOPE OF GLORY [2 Corinthians 4:15-18] The preceding verse introduced the thought of participating in the suffering of Christ so that we may participate in the glory of Christ (8:17). This concept of future glory in relation to present suffering becomes the theme of more

  • What We Learn From Creation's Groanings Series

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Oct 21, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    The sorrow we experience as we witness the devolution of culture creates a longing for Heaven and for Christ.

    “I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us. For the creation waits with eager longing for the revealing of the sons of God. For the creation was subjected to futility, not willingly, but because of him who subjected it, more