"The Message Preached" - (1 Corinthians 1:21)


  • Introduction
    Thank you for your kind and patient attention to a very long lesson last week. In return, I'd like to present a five second sermon at this time.
  1. Second Covenant
    1. Hebrews 8:7
      The first covenant, the one God gave Israel through Moses, was not intended to be permanent.
    2. Isaiah 55:3; Hebrews 13:20-21
      While the first covenant was in force, God offered to establish an everlasting one. We can be complete in this covenant.
    3. Hebrews 7:22; 8:6
      The covenant of Christ is better than the old one because it was established upon better promises.
    4. Hebrews 10:9-10
      The existence of this covenant shows that the old one is done away.
  2. Second Man
    1. 1st Corinthians 15:47
      Whereas Adam was the first man, Christ is the second man.
    2. 1st Corinthians 15:22, 45
      The actions of the first man introduced death, but the actions of the second man provide life everlasting.
    3. 1st John 5:11
      Christ gives life.
  3. Second Commandment
    1. Matthew 22:37-40
      The second commandment, subservient only to the love we must have for God, is to love our neighbors.
    2. Luke 10:25-37
      The second commandment is exemplified by the good Samaritan.
    3. James 2:8-9; Romans 13:9-10
      Through love, we can fulfill the law. This requires that we do no harm to our neighbor.
  4. Second Coming
    1. Hebrews 9:27-28
      Christ will come again to save those of us who are waiting for Him!
    2. John 14:1-3
      He promised to come again.
    3. Acts 1:9-11
      He will come as He left.
    4. Mark 13:32; 2nd Peter 3:10
      He will come unexpectedly.
    5. Matthew 16:27; 2nd Thessalonians 1:7-9
      He will come to reward the faithful and punish the disobedient.
  5. Second Death
    1. Revelation 21:8
      The second death is the ultimate punishment for those guilty of sin.
    2. Revelation 2:11; 20:6
      The second death will have no effect on the obedient.
    3. Romans 6:23
      In contrast to death as the punishment for sin, life is offered through Christ. Will you accept it?

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