Free Sermons

FREE SERMONS are available for download and generally follow a deductive paradigm.


How To Write A Sermon With Ease

Free sermons are constructed using the main preaching point or the big idea. Moreover, the sermon sub-points expand and explain the main preaching point.

1. The Main Preaching Point

The main preaching point is the big idea of your sermon. You may be writing a sermon on the power of Godís word. The main preaching point could be: Grasping The Power of Godís Word.

The main preaching point is what you are going to speak about in your sermon. In the above example, you are going to speak about grasping the power of Godís word.

2. The Sermon Sub-points

The sermon sub-points consists of what you are going to say about the main preaching point and therefore they expand and explain the main preaching point. For example, if you are going to speak about grasping the power of Godís word, you may use the following sub-points. Godís word is inspired. Godís word is profitable, and Godís word is dependable.

Your sermon outline may look like this:

There are three reasons why we need to grasp the power of God's word. They are:

  1. God's word is inspired (2 Timothy 3:16a)

    1. It cuts to the heart (Acts 2:37)
    2. It reveals the heart (Hebrews 4:12)

  2. God's word is profitable (2 Timothy 3:16b)

    1. It establishes the right doctrine
    2. It establishes the right behavior

  3. God's word is dependable (2 Timothy 3:17)

    1. It brings you to maturity (2 Timothy 3:17a)
    2. It equips you for Christian service (2 Timothy 3:17b)

As you can see from this example, the sermon sub-points expand and explain the main preaching point.



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