Evangelistic Sermon

EVANGELISTIC SERMON provides an example of an evangelistic sermon and explains how to write an evangelistic sermon.


How To Write An Evangelistic Sermon

Evangelistic sermons are sermons that focus on bringing peopel to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ by explaining to people the gospel message.

To write an evangelistic sermon, you will need to choose a passage of Scripture that clearly promotes or supports the gospel. For example, Galatians 1:4 clearly promotes the gospel message.

The Main Preaching Point

The main preaching point or big idea is Finding Freedom In The Gospel of Jesus Christ.

The Sermon Sub-points

The sermon sub-points expand and explain the main preaching point, otherwise the sermon will seem disjointed.

Galatians 1:4 tells you WHY you can find freedom in the gospel of Jesus Christ.

So, the sub-points would be...

  • the gospel points to a deliver (1:4a)
  • the gospel points to a deliverance (1:4b)
  • the gospel points to a divine plan (1:4c)

Therefore, your evangelistic sermon would be as follows:

There are three reasons why we can find freedom in the gospel of Jesus Christ. They are:

  1. The gospel points to a deliver (Galatians 1:4a)
  2. The gospel points to a deliverance (Galatians 1:4b)
  3. The gospel points to a divine plan (Galatians 1:4c)

Of course, you would need to write sermon content to these sub-points in order to preach your evangelistic sermon.



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