Sermons by Rob Mullins

Sermons by Rob Mullins

LET’S SET THE WORLD ON FIRE FOR JESUS’ SAKE

LET’S SET THE WORLD ON FIRE FOR JESUS’ SAKE LUKE 5:27-32 Jesus, the Light of the world, has called us to be salt and light as well. Jesus so often loves and does exactly the opposite of us, loving those we would not love, recruit, or share the gospel with. As His disciples, we must follow his example and step out of the darkness of our own comfort zones and “carry the light of Jesus” to a lost and dying…

MAKING YOUR FINANCE BLESS RATHER THAN STRESS

MAKING YOUR FINANCE BLESS RATHER THAN STRESS PHILIPPIANS 4:10-20 Financial stress dominates most homes and businesses. Allegedly, the average American toils at work from January 1 to May 1 to pay his taxes to the IRS. Interest rates are rising, and inflation is soaring. Today, our focus is on Paul’s cure for financial stress. In this passage, Paul was in prison in Rome. He had learned what to do when in dire financial circumstances. Paul’s ability to be free from…

THANKFUL

THANKFUL 1 THESSALONIANS 5:16-28 MATTHEW 26:26-30 Why should we be thankful? These passages explain the needed resolve for thankfulness, the reach of thankfulness, the rationale for thankfulness, and the reward of thankfulness. SOURCES/ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Blevins, Jim. (2005). The Alliterated Bible. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Carr, Alan. (2003). The Greatest of These is Love. [Sermon.]  Sermon Notebook. https://sermonnotebook.org/new%20testament/Mark%2012_28-34.htm Catt, Michael. Chambers, Oswald. Daugherty, Bob. (2013-2017). The Message Builder. Wordsearch Publishers. Gangel, Kenneth. (1998). The Holman New Testament Commentary. B&H Publishing Group. Kennedy,…

EVERY MEMBER A MINISTER

EVERY MEMBER A MINISTER MARK 10:35-45 SOURCES/ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Blevins, Jim. (2005). The Alliterated Bible. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Chestnut, Roddy. (n.d.) Servant Leadership. Sermon Central. [Sermon]. https://maker.sermoncentral.com/builderpreview/8109 Daugherty, Bob, (2013-2017). The Message Builder. Wordsearch Publishing. Dickard, Daniel. Kircher, Scott. Newland, Melvin. Pruitt, Shane. Su’a, Justin. Willington, Harold. (2000) The Outline Bible. Tyndale House Publishers Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. I make every effort to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

THE CRY OF THE RIGHTEOUS REMNANT

THE CRY OF THE RIGHTEOUS REMNANT ISAIAH 64 For the survival of our world, revival is not only critical but is a NECESSITY. Why is it so desperately needed today? What does revival look like for an individual and for the church? Learn more as Rob teaches from Isaiah 64. SOURCES/ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Benge, Dustin. Blevins, Jim. (2005). The Alliterated Bible. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Daugherty, Bob, (2013-2017). The Message Builder. Wordsearch Publishing. Goering, David. Gotthardt, Paul. (August 24, 2018). The Container…

GOD IS A MERCIFUL GOD

GOD IS A MERCIFUL GOD JONAH 4 Have you ever been upset when God has bestowed a blessing on someone totally undeserving? After Jonah disobeyed God and repented, God gave Jonah a second chance, sending him to Nineveh again. He was undistracted, unafraid, and boldly proclaimed God’s message in Nineveh. The people believed God, repented, and turned from their evil and violent ways. God spared them. Yet Jonah was in misery! That was not what he wanted to happen. It…

REVIVAL IN NINEVEH

REVIVAL IN NINEVEH JONAH 3 Jonah chose to disobey God by jumping on a ship to Tarshish, going in the opposite direction of Nineveh, and ending up in the belly of a great fish. God is a God of second chances, and after the great fish regurgitated Jonah, God sent Jonah to Ninevah again. Same call, but this time Jonah chose to obey. He was undistracted, unafraid, and boldly proclaimed God’s message in Nineveh. The people believed God, repented, and…

JONAH: CHOICES, CONSEQUENCES, SECOND CHANCES

JONAH: CHOICES, CONSEQUENCES, SECOND CHANCES JONAH 2 Choices have consequences. We are free to make our choices, but we don’t get to choose the consequences of those choices. Jonah chose to disobey God by jumping on a ship to Tarshish, going in the opposite direction of Nineveh, and ending up in the belly of a great fish. Jonah did not pray during the storm, when his shipmates exposed him as a rebel, or even when they threw him overboard. But,…

WANTED: IMPERFECT MEN TO BE DEACONs

WANTED: IMPERFECT MEN TO BE DEACONS ACTS 6:1-7 The 8,000-member early church at Jerusalem had experienced a phenomenal explosion in changed lives and the longing of the newly saved to serve Jesus. Yet, the early church encountered problems that were pulling the Apostles away from their priorities of preaching, teaching, and prayer. This passage covers their solution and the solution we use today – deacons. What was the purpose of deacons, and what were their qualifications? SOURCES/ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Mark Copeland The…

JONAH: CHOICES AND CONSEQUENCES

JONAH: CHOICES AND CONSEQUENCES JONAH 1:1-13 Choices have consequences. We are free to make our choices, but we don’t get to choose the consequences of those choices. We have the choice to obey or disobey God’s commands and His call on our life. It has been estimated that 99% of the time, obedience starts with pain or discomfort in some form. Yet the final result of obedience is peace. In this passage, God called Jonah personally to a particular place,…