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Sermon Outlines  March - April of 1999             

04/25/1999  "Why Can't a Woman Be Like a Man?"   Dr. Don Sunukjian
04/18/1999  "Our Resurrection from His Resurrection"  -  Dr. Timothy Lin
04/18/1999  "How to Get Your Husband To Do What You Want Him To Do"  -  Dr. Don Sunukjian
04/11/1999  "The Disciple's Rest"  -  Pastor Andrew Ho
04/11/1999   "Be Transformed By Renewing Your Mind"  -  Pastor Howard Hsieh
04/04/1999  "The Resurrected Life"  -  Pastor Andrew Ho
04/04/1999  "Christ Is Risen!"  -  Pastor Howard Hsieh
03/21/1999  "Preach the Gospel, Prepare for Christ's Return"  -  Dr. David Hock Tey
03/21/1999  "Personal Missions"  -  Mr. G. H. Lee
03/14/1999  "How Do We Commit Ourselves To Be God's Disciple?"  - Pastor Andrew Ho
03/14/1999  "The Essential Principles of Evangelism"    -  Pastor Murphy Lum
03/07/1999  "Your Ultimate Values:  What Really Should Matter?"  - Dr. Murphy Lum

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04/25/1999  "Why Can't a Woman Be Like a Man?"   Dr. Don Sunukjian
1 Pet.3:7

I. The instructions

II. The reward

III. The Fear

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04/18/1999  "Our Resurrection from His Resurrection"  -  Dr. Timothy Lin
Acts 13:33-40

1.  First Resurrection
a.  Raised up for our justification - Rom 4:25; 5:18
b.  Raised up for our seating in heaven  -  Eph 2:6; Col 3:1-4

2.  Second Resurrection
a.  Perishable becomes imperishable  -  1 Cor 15:52-54
b.  Raptured with Him forever  -  1 Thes 4:16-17

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04/18/1999  "How to Get Your Husband To Do What You Want Him To Do"  -  Dr. Don Sunukjian
1 Peter 3:1-6

1.  The Question
2.  The Answer
3.  The Fear
4.  The Protection

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04/11/1999  "The Disciple's Rest"  -  Pastor Andrew Ho
Mt.11:25-30

   I. Come to Him by faith for the Rest given -   Mt.11:25-28; cf. Acts15:11; Eph.2:8

 II. Come to Him and take His yoke to find Rest  - Mt.11:29a; cf. Lam.3:27-29; Eph. 2:10; Phil.4:6-8

III. Come to Him and learn (be discipled in) meekness and humbleness  - Mt.11:29b-30; cf. Gal.5:22-23; Eph. 4:20, 24; Phil. 2:3ff; 1 Pet.2:21-25

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04/11/1999   "Be Transformed By Renewing Your Mind"  -  Pastor Howard Hsieh
Rom. 12:2; Eph. 3:21-24
Main point: One of the most important keys in living the new life is to conform our thinking to the truths of God's Word (Prov. 23:7).

I. The Word of God tells us that adopting false beliefs leads to sinful action (Rom. 1:18, 25, 28; 2 Cor. 4:4; Eph. 4:17-18)

II. The key then, is to replace false beliefs by God's truths and then appropriate God's truths into our daily lives (Jn. 8:31-32; Rom.12:2;Josh. 1:8; Eph. 3:21-24; Col. 3:9-10)

III. 3 False beliefs and God's Truths: (Adapted from Robert McGee, The Search for Significance. Word, 1998)

False belief #1: I must meet certain standards to feel good about myself
Truth: Because God has declared me righteous in Christ, therefore I am fully pleasing to the Father (Rom. 5:1; Rom. 3:21-22)

False belief #2: I must be approved by certain others to feel good about myself
Truth: Because Christ has reconciled me to God, I am totally accepted by God (Rom. 5:10-11; 2 Cor. 5:18-19)

False belief #3: I am what I am; I cannot change
Truth: Because I am a new creation in Christ, I can put on the new nature and live a holy life (2 Cor. 5:17; Col. 3:9-10; Eph. 3:21-24)

IV. The result: We can be able to love God and love our fellow man, and live a holy life in obedience to God's Word

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04/04/1999  "The Resurrected Life"  -  Pastor Andrew Ho
Rom.6:5-14

I. Its condition

A. Negative: The old-self was dead  - Rom.6:5a, 6; 8:13

B. Positive: The new-life inside, free by the Holy Spirit  -   Rom.6:5b; Rom. 8:9, 11; Col. 3:3, 5

II. Its characteristic

A. With a united new life with Christ   -   Rom.6:7-8; 2 Cor.5:17

B. With a united long lasting purpose towards God   -   Rom.6:9-11

III. Its challenge

A. To live a holy life   -   Rom.6:12; Col.3:1-4

B. To dedicate yourself to God   -   Rom.6:13-14; 12:1

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04/04/1999  "Christ Is Risen!"  -  Pastor Howard Hsieh
Lk. 24:1-48

Main Idea: Christ is risen from the dead!

I. The resurrection is the foundational evidence for Christianity.  -  (1 Cor. 15:12-19)

II. 3 aspects of Christ's resurrection:

A. His tomb is empty (Lk. 24:1-12; Mt. 28:5-7; Mk. 16:1-8)

B. His death and resurrection fulfilled the Scriptures (Lk. 24:13-35; 44-41; 1 Cor. 15:3-8)

C. He rose bodily from the dead (Lk. 24:36-43; Acts 2:31-33)

III. Why the doctrine of the Resurrection is important for our lives:

A. It shows us that God exists and validates Christ's claim to be the Messiah and the Son of God. (Lk. 24:44-48; Rom.1:4)

B. It demonstrates Christ's victory over sin, death, and Satan, and assures us of His Second Coming.
(Heb. 2:14-15; Eph. 1:20-21; Acts 1:11; 2 Thess. 1:6-10)

C. It gives us the marvelous hope of the resurrection and of being united with our loved ones who have died in Christ.
(1 Thess. 4:13-18; 1 Cor. 15:20-22; Jn. 5:28-29)

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03/21/1999  "Preach the Gospel, Prepare for Christ's Return"  -  Dr. David Hock Tey
Matt 9:35-38; 10:1-4

1.  Obey God's will to preach the gospel.

2.  For such a time as this?

a.  Seize the opportunity

b.  Work the works of Him .... as long as it is day.

c.  Preach the word; be ready i season and out of season

3.  Prepare for Christ's return

a.  When is Christ coming back?

b.  How to preach the gospel to the whole world?

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03/21/1999  "Personal Missions"  -  Mr. G. H. Lee
Luke 18:18-23,29-30; Rom 10:13-15; 15:17-20
  1. How do we _feel_  about personal missions?

  2. How do we _fear_  personal missions?

  3. How do we _respond_  to personal missions?

Four methods of missions:

  1. Voluntary going of believers, calling by God.

  2. Involuntary going of believers, scattered.

  3. Voluntary coming of unbelievers into the midst of Christians

  4. Involuntary coming of unbelievers - God brought people to them.

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03/14/1999  "How Do We Commit Ourselves To Be God's Disciple?"  - Pastor Andrew Ho
Mt. 9:35-38; 10:1-4

I. By having the compassion of the Lord  -  Mt. 9:35-36a; 14:14; Heb.4:15-16; Lk.19:41-42

II. By seeing the condition of the los t -   Mt. 9:36b; Rom 10:14

III. By carrying out the commission of laborers  -  Mt. 9:37-38; 10:1-4; 1 Cor. 12:11; Jas. 1:5

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03/14/1999   "The Essential Principles of Evangelism"    -  Pastor Murphy Lum
Acts 8:26-39

I. The principle of proper preparation

A. We must be directed by the Holy Spirit   -   Acts 8:26, 29; Jonah 1:1-2

B. We must respond in obedience   -  Acts 8:27a, 30

C. We must meet the seeker  -  Acts 8:27b

II. The principle of proper presentation

A. It must be constructed on Scripture  -   Acts 8:32; Isa. 53:7

B. It must be centered on Christ (interpretation through a Guide)  -   Acts 8:32-33; cf. Dan. 2:4; Gen. 40:5, 8; Mt. 1:23

C. It must be concerned with salvation, Acts 8:35

III. The principle of proper response

A. We must have faith  -   Acts 8:37

B. We must confess through baptism  -   Acts 8:38-39

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03/07/1999  "Your Ultimate Values:  What Really Should Matter?"  - Dr. Murphy Lum
Prov 15:33 - 16:7
1.  You should please the Lord through embracing His Decrees.  Prov 15:33, 16:5; 1Ki 3:3-15; Mt 11:29; Jas 4:6

2.  You should please the Lord through avoiding what God Detests.  Prov 16:5, 6:16, 15:8, 28:9

3.  You should please the Lord through doing what He Desires.  Prov 16:7, 28:13; Psa 32:1

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