Sermon Outlines on Books of the Bible Verse by
The Holy Spirit
The word of God
Song of Solomon
Introduction to Leviticus - Leviticus 1:1-2:
Leviticus is a wonderful book. If it was studied and
meditated on like it should be, we would experience
great revival. This sermon gives an overview of this
Five Major Offerings
- Leviticus 1:1-2: The Levitical sacrificial system had five separate
and distinct offerings that could be made to the Lord. These are the five
major offerings that are introduced in the first five chapters of Leviticus.
Each of these offerings provide a practical application for a godly walk and
a beautiful picture of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Acceptance of the Offering - Leviticus 1:1-4:
This sermon is a continuation of the study
of the book of Leviticus. It is not enough that the offering is brought; it
must be acceptable to God. God must receive it.
Bringing of the Burnt Offering - Leviticus 1:4-9: Although the
burnt offering is a picture of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, it is also a
picture of the believer who gives himself unto the Lord. In this message, we
will look at this second way of understanding the meaning of the burnt
offering. We are to give ourselves entirely and without reserve to God.
The Meat Offering - Leviticus 2:1-3:
The meat offering has a very special typology that is revealed plainly
by the cross references to the word meat as used by Christ. The
meat offering is the offering of a “living sacrifice”—the kind
Christians are supposed to give (Romans 12:1). It is also the kind of
sacrifice Christ gave during His earthly ministry.
The Meat Offering -
Part 2 - Leviticus 2: Almost every scholar
wants to change the meat offering to something else—although they cannot
decide what else. The name is said to be confusing to Bible readers. The
meat offering has no animal flesh. In fact, it is the only major offering
in which no animals are killed. Why is it called the meat offering?
Actually, there are very good reasons for calling it the meat offering.
The Meat Offering
Conclusion - Leviticus 2: At the
Feast of Pentecost there was to be offered a new meat offering. The new meat
offering was like other meat offerings in most regards. There was, however, to be one major difference. The new
meat offering was to be offered with leaven. Leaven, the
type of sin, was to be included. Why?
A Thing Most Holy -
Leviticus 2:1-8: The Meat Offering is a picture of the life
of our Lord Jesus Christ and even points to His incarnation.
Song of Solomon
A Man Sent From
God - John 1:6-7: There is a great famine
in the land for men who will take a stand for God.
John the Baptist was such a man, what about you?
of Christ - John 1:16-17: The demands of
the Christian life are great. You are not sure if
you can match up. The truth is, you cannot. We can
only serve the Lord fully through His enabling grace
and power. That is the message of this sermon.
Temptations of John the Baptist - John 1:19-22:
We often focus on the temptations of the flesh and
the world and what they offer. However, many of our
greatest struggles come from the temptations of
life. We wonder who we are, what we have
accomplished, and if followed the right path. John
the Baptist dealt with these temptations. We need to
learn to handle them as he did.
Like a Dove - John
1:32-33: Many of the teachings about the
Holy Ghost are false. But that is no reason to
ignore Him. The Bible says much about the Holy
Spirit and His working in the life of the believer.
In scripture, the dove is given as a type and
picture of the Holy Ghost. This type provides much
valuable teaching and direction.