Sermons

Self Denial (Matthew 16:24-26, Matthew 4:8-10, John 6:38, Philippians 2:6-8, Matthew 10:36-38, Luke 9:23-25, Luke 14:27-33, Philippians 3:7-8, Acts 20:34-35, 1 Corinthians 10:33)

Jack Graham, 03/19/2017
Part of the Various Sermons series, preached at a Sunday Evening service

"SELF DENIAL"
Sunday (PM), March 19, 2017

Matthew 16:24-26
"When you die, you either fill a hole or leave one. The only thing that will matter after you're gone is what you've done for Jesus." Dr. Jack Graham

Defining Self-denial: "The denial of one's own interest and needs; self sacrifice."

Jesus set the example we should follow.
Matthew 2:6-8

Are you all in that is are you devoted?
Matthew 9:23-25

What is necessary to follow Jesus Christ?
Luke 14:27-33

What about the Apostle Paul:
1. His denying self: Philippians 3:7-8
2. His labors of love: Acts Corinthians 10:33

Quote of the evening: "When Christ calls a man, He bids him come and die." Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Tags: , Apostle Paul, devoted, example, Jesus, self denial, self sacrifice

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