Sermons on Sin

Sermons on Sin

Psalms 136-138 – Singing Songs Of Sorrow Or Praise

We see in Psalms 136 and 138 a call to praise God and a reminder why we should do so. Sandwiched between these Psalms is a Psalm detailing a time when the Jews had no song to sing, when they sat in captivity in Babylon. It’s a picture of the results of sin. It will rob us of a song to sing.

Galatians 5:17-26 – Life In The Spirit

As Christians, we have an internal battle going on – the flesh is fighting against the Spirit. How do we gain any ground in this fight? How do we see the fruit of the Spirit grow? We answer these questions and more in this study through Galatians 5:17-26.

Romans 1:18-32 – The Black Backdrop Of Humanity

We need to understand why we need saving if we’re going to receive salvation at all. Unless there is something to be saved from, there is no point in talking about salvation. This is exactly where Paul takes us here in this passage as he reveals the wrath of God, how we deserve that, but also how the gospel reveals the way to be saved. Bible Text: Romans 1:18-32
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Sin’s Seductive Power

Once more we look at Solomon’s instruction to his son to take in and treasure God’s Word. This will keep him (and us) from falling prey to the pull of sin. Solomon illustrates how easy sin can lure us in if we’re not wising up to it. Bible Text: Proverbs 7:1-27
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Avoiding Pitfalls

In this chapter Solomon lays out some practical warnings to his son, and they’re lessons that everyone should heed to avoid various pitfalls in life. Bible Text: Proverbs 6:1-35
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Buyer Beware

Solomon gives a very strong warning to his son in this chapter to beware of sin – specifically sexual sin. Though it can seem very enticing, it will leave you devastated. Sin can never deliver on what it promises you. Bible Text: Proverbs 5:1-23
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The Good Life

In this study we see how the life of wisdom brings the blessed life. Wisdom is greater than the richest treasure, and adds quality to life. It is something definitely worth attaining. Bible Text: Proverbs 3:13-4:27
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The End Result of Sin

The book of Lamentations is a continuation from Jeremiah. Jeremiah warned the people of Judah that her sin and idolatry was paving the way for God’s judgment. The book of Lamentation is written in the aftermath of this judgment as Jerusalem and the temple is destroyed and the grief and mourning is heavy. Jeremiah writes to express this heartache of anguish yet reveals the hope we have in God in times of calamity. Bible Text: Lamentations 1:1-22
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