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The Family As God Would Have It. (New) Just as He has given guidelines to govern conduct in His spiritual family, the church, God has also given guidelines to govern conduct in the physical family. The will of God given through Jesus Christ should guide the family in all things. This booklet has been prepared to help people know understand and apply the will of God that pertains to the family and each relationship in it. (File size: 640k)

A Study Of Premillenialism (New) is an eight lesson series of studies on this false doctrine. These lessons may be presented from the pulpit, studied in a Bible class setting, or used in private studies. The lessons are: "An Introduction;" "Has the Kingdom Prophesied by OT Writers Been Established?;" "The Kingship of Jesus;" "Fulfillment of the Land Promise and the Restoration of the Jews to That Land;" "The Conversion of Israel;" "The Rapture;" "Armageddon;" and "An Analysis of Revelation 20:1-6." (File size 344k)

free sermon outlinesSermons of Truth and Reason, Volume VI is a collection of twenty Bible-based sermon outlines that are ready to preach. The lessons are on a variety of topics including "The One Approved of God;" "The Influence of Baal on Our Worship;" "Growing as a Christian;" "Self-Righteousness;" "Who Is a Christian?" and "Resisting the Devil." (File size: 364k)

The Work Of The Lord. Ephesians 2:10 tells us that Christians are "created in Christ Jesus for good works." Titus 2:14 says Christians are to be "zealous for good works." Titus 3:8 tells them to "be careful to maintain good works." 1 Corinthians 15:58 commands them to be "always abounding in the work of the Lord." This series of lessons was designed to help Christians live up to those responsibilities whether individually or collectively in the local church. Sermon topics include: "The Autopsy of a Dead Body;" "Why Aren't More Christians Involved in the Work of the Lord?" "Essentials to the Work of the Lord;" "The Work of the Church;" "The Success of the Early Church;" "Working and Cooperating with Other Christians;" and "Back to the Basics." (File size: 248k)

His Banner Over Us Is Love. This series of five sermons is on love. Is there any greater theme than love? If we learn to appreciate the boundless love that God has shown toward us, we will have no problem at all in returning that love through obedience to His divine word. Christ said, "If you love me you will keep my commandments." (John 14:15) In the Bible God has given us the many qualities of love and numerous examples of that love. The lessons in this series will help all ages to better understand the love God has for mankind and the love we need to manifest toward Him and our fellow man. These sermons may be presented as a series or independently for each lesson is complete in and of itself and does not build on previous lessons. (File size: 184k)

Making Your Call and Election Sure. This series of sermons focuses on those things the Scriptures tell us that as Christians we need to do to make certain our salvation. The apostle Peter wrote, "Therefore, brethren, be even more diligent to make your call and election sure, for if you do these things you will never stumble; for so an entrance will be supplied to you abundantly into the everlasting kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ." (2 Peter 1:10-11) To help make "our call and election sure" and secure our hearts before God, these lessons suggest we should "Put on the Armor of God," "Love Your Neighbor as Yourself," "Choose Good Companions," "Use Your Talents Wisely," and "Grow in Jesus Every Day." These sermons may be presented as a series or independently for each lesson is complete in and of itself and does not build on previous lessons. (File size: 308k)

free sermonsLiving In God's World. The aim of this series is to firmly establish the supreme authority of God as the creator and ruler of the universe and all that is in it and to show us how we are to live in response to Him and His provisions for us and our well-being. The lessons are designed to contain basic values useful in establishing a pattern for righteous living. The series begins by examining "The Godhead." It then considers, in order, "The World - God’s Creation," "The Bible - God’s Revelation," "The Families of God," and "Civil Government - A Plan of God." These sermons may be presented as a series or independently for each lesson is complete in and of itself and does not build on previous lessons. (File size: 244k)

Sermons of Truth and Reason: Volume V. This fifth volume of sermons contains 15 complete and detailed outlines which are ready to preach. They are on a variety of Biblical topics and include three lessons which focus on Jesus: "Jesus Christ: The Son of God;" "Jesus Christ: The Son of Man;" and "Jesus Christ: The Sacrifice for Sin." (File size: 340k)

Bible Greats Volume I: Great Bible Wonders. The theme for this series of lessons is Great Bible Wonders. The Bible contains many miracles that were performed in order that people would see God’s awesome power and believe His word. Although God doesn’t demonstrate His power in the same way today, He has given us a permanent record of these miraculous events in His inspired word. By studying some of these fascinating stories in the Old and New Testaments we can strengthen our faith and better appreciate God’s marvelous power. These sermons may be presented as a series or independently for each lesson is complete in and of itself and does not build on previous lessons. (File size: 336k)

Bible Greats Volume II: Great Bible Examples. The theme for this five lesson series of sermons is: Great Bible Examples. This series focuses on four of the many great examples in the Bible—Abraham, Joseph, Moses, and David— and then closes with the greatest example, Jesus Christ. These sermons may be presented as a series or independently for each lesson is complete in and of itself and does not build on previous lessons. (File size: 299k)

Bible Greats III: Great Champions for God. This series of sermons emphasizes the theme: "Champions For God." The Bible records the lives of many contenders for the faith who became "champions" in every sense of the word—champions for God. This series focuses on five of them—Gideon, Nehemiah, Esther, Peter and Paul. These champions offer lessons in obedience, faith, courage, patience, perseverance, spiritual growth and evangelism that will enrich the lives of all who hear them. These sermons may be presented as a series or independently for each lesson is complete in and of itself and does not build on previous lessons. (File size: 328k)

sermon bookBecause Jesus Died for Me. This series focuses on Jesus and our responsibilities to Him. Since He made the supreme sacrifice for us by leaving heaven, coming to earth, living a sinless life, then dying a sacrificial death on the cross, we should live our lives for Him and His glory. These sermons may be presented as a series or independently for each lesson is complete in and of itself and does not build on previous lessons. (File size: 290k)

Jesus: The Miracle Worker. A series of sermons on the Miracles of Jesus. This series of sermons considers the miracles of Jesus and their purpose; the relationship of His miracles to Old Testament prophecy; how His miracles validated both His teaching and person; and how they demonstrated a power superior to that of Satan. (File size: 420k)

sermon bookMore Than Conquerors. This series of five sermons emphasizes the theme expressed in Romans 8:37, where the apostle Paul wrote, "Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us." These lessons cover five distinct areas which demonstrate not only the victories that God granted to His people in every age but also the victories that are available to us today in Jesus Christ. These sermons may be presented as a series or independently for each lesson is complete in and of itself and does not build on previous lessons. (File size: 388k)

Sermons of Truth and Reason: Volume I. This book contains 26 capsule sermon outlines on various Bible topics. Included are lessons on happiness, the authority of Jesus, the fear of the Lord, impenitence, prayer, overcoming sin, walking by faith, the temptation of Jesus, the parent-child relationship, wisdom, forgiveness and salvation. (File size: 178k)

Sermons of Truth and Reason: Volume II. This book contains 27 full sermon outlines on various Bible topics including a seven lesson series on worship. Some of the other topics are "Measuring Spiritual Maturity," "Learning and Teaching Proper Respect," "Laziness," "Worldliness," "Making Wise Choices," and "In the World Not of the World." (File size: 409k)

Sermons of Truth and Reason: Volume III. This book contains 20 full outlines which are ready to preach. Topics, which range from very basic to deeper studies, include "Calling On the Name of the Lord;" "The Power of the Word of God;" "Building a Strong Congregation;" "The Antichrist;" "The Millennial Reign;" and "The Example of Youth." (File size: 344k)

Sermons of Truth and Reason: Volume IV. This book contains 20 full outlines which are ready to preach. It includes such topics as "The Power of Example." "The Blessing of Forgiveness," "Can I Know That I Am Saved?" "By Nature Children of Wrath," "Preparing for Death," and "A Christian's Responsibilities to Local Church Members." (File size: 346k)

Sermons on Local Church Government: Elders and Deacons. New This book contains seven lessons on this important topic. Its lessons are designed to help Christians come to an understanding of the will of God in relation to the organization of the local church. The lessons are (1) "Why This Church Needs Elders;" (2) "'Elders' in the OT: An Historical Perspective;" (3) "The NT Designations of Elders;" (4) "Eldership Responsibilities;" (5) "The Qualifications for Elders;" (6) "Developing Elders;" and (7) "The Qualifications and Work of Deacons." (File size: 306k)

Preaching on Prayer. This book contains 8 sermons on the vital topic of prayer. Topics include: "What Is Prayer?", "The Elements of Prayer," "Assumptions of Prayer," "The Power of Prayer - Its Blessings," "Things for Which to Pray," "Keys to Acceptable Prayer," "The Model Prayer," and "Common Questions on Prayer." (File size: 356k)

Every Man Under His Fig Tree: Glimpses Of Life In Bible Times, by David Padfield. This series of sermons draws valuable lessons for us from life in Bible times. The sermons include: 1) "Every Man Under His Fig Tree," based on Micah 4:4. It discusses the peace that only God can provide. 2) "The Potter And The Clay," based on Jeremiah 18:1-10, where God told Jeremiah to visit the potter's house and learn a lesson on how He deals with men and nations. 3) "Women Grinding At The Mill," based on Matthew 24:36-42. The lesson deals with the return of Christ. 4) "On The Doorposts Of Your House," based on Deuteronomy 6:4-5, which is the opening of the Shema, the fundamental creed of Judaism. 5) "What The Centurion Saw," based upon the centurion's confession that Jesus is the Son of God. Normally, as we discuss the death of Christ we approach it from the standpoint of Messianic prophecy, but the Centurion at the cross knew nothing about the Old Testament. How did he conclude that Jesus Christ was indeed the Son of God? (File size: 572k).