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Bill Acton :: Romans 11:33-36

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Sermon Outline for Romans 11:33-36

  1. Intro to Preaching
    1. Involves lots of time
    2. Homiletics
    3. Grace Fellowship Method – expository
    4. Privilege
    5. Responsibility
    6. Calling
  2. The Approach
    1. Text entering the heart
    2. Must find the purpose
    3. Must study the grammar
    4. Must study the historical setting
    5. Must find the one dominant thought – emphasis
    6. Must know the context
    7. Must expose the truth
  3. Real Good Sermon
    1. Your job – my job
    2. Two ladies
    3. Read the text – Romans 11:33-36
  4. The Context
    1. Reveals Paul’s response to Rom 1:1-11:32
      1. For God’s sovereignty
      2. For God’s grace
      3. For God’s commitment to His elect
  5. The Response Adoration
    1. Highest form of love, worship, respect, reverence, esteem, honor, praise
  6. The Proper Response to God Is Adoration
    1. This is dominant
  7. Why important?
    1. Because it reveals what kind of people we are to be –
    2. People who adore God!
    3. Being – doing
      1. Explain internal – external
  8. Our Text
    1. The repetitions
    2. Sets of triple statements
  9. The Depth of God’s Riches
    1. The depth of God’s wisdom
    2. The depth of God’s knowledge
  10. Who Has Been God’s Counselor
    1. Who has known God’s mind
    2. Who gives to God that God should repay him
  11. All Things Are from God
    1. All things are through God
    2. All things are to God
  12. The Weaving Together
    1. Related statements
  13. The Theme – The Adoration of God
    1. I want to explain this text in this way
    2. The expression of adoration to God includes
  14. The Consideration of the Riches of God
    1. Oh! – The emotional response
      1. Response to truth
      2. “Oh, my!”
    2. The depth of the riches
    3. General concept of riches
    4. God’s riches – in Himself
      1. His being
      2. His attributes
      3. Christ – the revelation
    5. Adore Him for who He is in Himself
  15. The Expression of Adoration to God Includes
    1. The realization of God’s freedom from obligation
    2. “Who has ever given...”
    3. Prosperity theology
    4. Obligation theology
    5. Performance theology
    6. Dave Lusk
    7. God is free from obligation
  16. Grace – God Only Gives
    1. We only receive
      1. Christian giving – 2Co 8:9
    2. Generosity – tithing without expectation
      1. Includes all believers
      2. Proportionate
      3. Regular – consistent commitment
      4. Generously
    3. God’s giving
    4. God has given His riches to His elect
      1. Our inheritance – 2Co 8:9
      2. He – Rich became poor
      3. We – Poor became rich
    5. Oh the depth of the riches of God
  17. The Expression of Adoration to God
    1. Includes acknowledgement – “all things are of and from God”
    2. God is God
      1. All things from Him
        1. Control
        2. Authority
        3. Power
        4. Right
    3. 3B.God in relation to
      1. Creation
      2. Material universe
      3. Angels
      4. Humans
      5. All from Him
    4. Problem today
      1. God is not really sovereign
        1. Less than
        2. Limited
        3. Dominated by human will
          1. God can’t until you...
    5. All things include all things –
      1. All people and angels
      2. Christ – Satan
      3. Heaven – Hell
      4. Righteousness – Sin and Evil
      5. Good – Tragedies
    6. Nothing is an accident
      1. A surprise
      2. No plan B
    7. God is perfect
      1. Holy and righteous
    8. He had to create the opposite of Himself to reveal his perfection
      1. All under His control
      2. Why? – Rom 9:10-24
        1. Display of divine power
        2. Name proclaimed
        3. Display His right
        4. To show His wrath toward the objects of wrath
        5. To make known the riches of His glory
        6. To reveal His mercy to His elect
  18. Conclusion – The Response to God Is Adoration
    1. The experience includes –
      1. The consideration
      2. The realization
      3. The acknowledgement
    2. Oh the depth – Are we being the people who adore God?
      1. Being – Doing
      2. Prayer
        1. “Father I Adore You”
        2. “Lord change me”
        3. “Cause me to adore You”
        4. “Cause me to express adoration”
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The Blue Letter Bible ministry and the BLB Institute hold to the historical, conservative Christian faith, which includes a firm belief in the inerrancy of Scripture. Since the text and audio content provided by BLB represent a range of evangelical traditions, all of the ideas and principles conveyed in the resource materials are not necessarily affirmed, in total, by this ministry.

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