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Sermons on Sin

Below you’ll find a library of Sin sermons. All of the sermons on represent some of the best preaching in the world today. We pray you’ll find these to be a helpful resource in your own preaching and teaching.
  • Victor Pentz
    (September 2014)
    Was Judas misunderstood? Purely evil? Or just like us?
  • Michael A. Milton
    (June 2010)
    The Bible is very practical and plain, sometimes disturbingly so. As in the case of the historical account of King David and his son Absalom. David was a great man, but he was guilty of great sin, which infected his home.
  • David O. Dykes
    (June 2010)
    When I served as pastor of a church in North Alabama during the early 1980s, there was an usher in our church named John. He was a sweet man who was always present in his regular spot to greet people and hand out bulletins, but John was a very troubled man. On several occasions, I met with him, and he began to weep as he told me that during World War II he had done something he thought was so evil that he was certain he had committed the unforgivable sin.
  • Richard E. Nystrom
    (February 2008)
    "Then the eyes of both were opened and they knew that they were naked" (Genesis 3:7a) Let us look inside this human experience...this first experience with guilt and shame.
  • Charles Stanley
    (September 2007)
    Many times, we begin our Christian walk well. Our focus is set on God, and our hearts are fully committed to Him. Then without warning, pride begins to rise up...
  • John A. Huffman, Jr.
    (May 2006)
    We don't want to spend all our time judging others, so we pretend we don't see what we see. ... In fact, we tear down the signs that say, "Danger. Do not swim. Waters are polluted."
  • Leland Johnson
    (October 2005)
    Ruth 1:1-5 Now it came about in the days when the judges governed, that there was a famine in the land. And a certain man of Bethlehem in Judah went to sojourn in the land of Moab with his wife and his two sons. And the name of the man was Elimelech, and the name of his wife, Naomi; and ...
  • John A. Huffman, Jr.
    (March 2005)
    1 Timothy 6:6-10 It is overwhelming because our covenant group study book titled Life Lessons with Max Lucado, in its final chapter on 1 Timothy, concentrates on 1 Timothy 6:6-19, dealing with the theme of "contentment." At the same time, in my efforts to be a faithful preacher, I cannot neglect the...
  • William L. Self
    (March 2005)
    1 John 1:8-10; Romans 3:8 Several months ago I, like you, sat in front of the television set listening as former President Bill Clinton was being interviewed by Dan Rather and was reflecting on his life. Obviously, he was promoting his book. Dan Rather put the microphone in his face and asked him the question that...
  • Max Lucado
    (January 2005)
    Isaiah 53:6 In October of 1347, a Genoese fleet returned from the Black Sea, carrying in her cargo the death sentence for Europe. By the time the ships landed in Messina, Italy, most of the sailors were dead. The few who survived wished they hadn't. Fever racked their bodies. Festering boils v
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