Sermon About God’s Word: The Power Of The Word

 The Power Of The Word Of God

The Bible is the most important book in history. It is the Word of God, which is the only thing that matters.

Some, like Satan, will take a scripture out of context to suit their purpose (Mt. 4:6; Psa. 91:11-12). Some will not handle the word of God accurately (2 Tim. 2:15) God’s word is not to be changed (2 Thess. 2:15; 2 Tim. 1:13)

God is the source of the word. Reverence and respect for word

No right to change. Can’t separate God from his word

Why does the Bible matter?

The Bible is the word of God. It was written by men who were inspired by God. It tells us how we should live as Christians. It teaches us what Jesus did for us on the cross. It gives us hope when things seem hopeless. It helps us understand why bad things happen to good people. It shows us how to overcome sin. And it gives us guidance on how to live a life pleasing to God.

The word of God provides us with everything needed to know the path of salvation and how to

live the Christian life in a manner pleasing to God.

 Our goal is to read through it continually to ensure we are serving God as we ought -Ac 17:11


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I. The God's Word helps me (resist) temptation Psalm 119:11

The Word of God is a powerful shield against the allure of temptation. As Psalm 119:11 reminds us, hiding God's Word in our hearts equips us to resist temptation. By saturating our minds with His truth, we develop a spiritual resilience that empowers us to stand firm when faced with the enticements of the world.

II. The God's Word  helps me (make) wise decisions.       Psalm 119:105

In a world filled with competing voices and conflicting values, the Word of God serves as our unwavering guide. Psalm 119:105 portrays God's Word as a lamp to our feet and a light to our path, illuminating the way and enabling us to make wise decisions. It offers divine wisdom that surpasses human understanding.

III. The God's Word (strengthens) me when I am under stress.     Psalm 119:49-50

Life's challenges can leave us feeling weak and overwhelmed. Psalm 119:49-50 reveals that God's Word provides comfort and strength during difficult times. It becomes our source of solace, a balm to heal our wounds and renew our spirits, reminding us of God's unchanging love and sovereignty.

IV. The God's Word (comforts) me when I am sad. Jeremiah 15:16

GriefThe God's Word  and sorrow are part of the human experience, but God's Word offers a unique source of comfort. Jeremiah 15:16 portrays God's Word as the joy and delight of the prophet's heart in the midst of adversity. It brings solace, transforming our sadness into a deep and abiding joy.

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V. The God's Word helps me (witness) to unbelievers. I Peter 3:15

The Word of God equips us to share our faith with confidence. 1 Peter 3:15 encourages us to always be prepared to give an answer to anyone who asks about the hope we have. Through the truths found in Scripture, we are equipped to lovingly and effectively share the Gospel with unbelievers.

VI. The God's Word is the key to (becoming) like Christ. Proverbs 4:23; Romans 12:1-2; 1Corinthians 3:18

Transformation into Christ's likeness begins with the Word of God. Proverbs 4:23 instructs us to guard our hearts diligently, as they are the wellspring of life. Romans 12:1-2 urges us to renew our minds to discern God's perfect will, while 1 Corinthians 3:18 emphasizes that embracing God's wisdom transforms our thinking.

VII.The God's Word is the key to (answered) prayer.  John 15:6-7

God's Word holds the key to effective prayer. In John 15:6-7, Jesus teaches that abiding in Him through His Word leads to answered prayers. When our desires align with His will, our petitions become powerful and aligned with His purpose.

VIII. The God's Word is the key to (successful) living. Josh. 1:7-8 

Success in life is intricately linked to our relationship with God and His Word. Joshua 1:7-8 emphasizes the importance of meditating on God's Word day and night, promising prosperity, wisdom, and guidance for a successful journey.

How can we apply this knowledge to our daily life?

We need to read the Bible every day. We must study it so we can learn more about God and His ways. We must pray about it so we can ask Him to help us follow His will. We must share it with others so they too can benefit from it.

  • Written for the simple (Psa. 119:130)
  • Appeals to the simple (Mark 12:37)

Power is in word – not messenger. Word can change the wicked. Must believe in that power!

The Bible's Impact on Our Lives Today.

  • It is able to make us wise to salvation -2Ti 3:15
  •  It makes us complete for every good work -2Ti 3:16, 17
  •  We have all things needed for life and godliness -2Pe 1:3

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The Bible is the word of God. It was written by men who were inspired by God. It contains everything we need to live a life pleasing to God. It tells us how to live as Christians. It gives us guidance on what to do when faced with difficult situations. It teaches us how to love one another. It helps us understand why bad things happen to good people. It shows us how to overcome evil. It teaches us how we should treat each other. It tells us how we should respond to those who hurt us. It tells us how much we owe to God. It tells how we should live. It tells us how God wants us to live. It tells us where we came from. It tells us where God wants us to go. It tells us how He wants us to live.

How Many Corrupt the Word

They mix some truth with some error

The word Paul used is found in the LXX of Isa. 1:22 and refers to mixing or diluting

Some, like Satan, will adulterate divine truth with error (Gen. 3:4-5)

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