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Three possible Sermon outlines are based on this verse.

"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."

This verse is a powerful declaration of God's love for humanity and how people can obtain salvation. Here are three possible sermon outlines based on this verse:

Sermon Outline 1: "God's Love for the World"

  1. Introduction: Discuss the concept of love and how it is often misunderstood or misused in our world.

  2. Exposition: Explore the meaning of John 3:16, emphasizing the extent of God's love for all people, regardless of their background or circumstances.

  3. Application: Discuss the implications of this love for our own lives and how we should respond to it.

  4. Conclusion: Encourage the congregation to embrace God's love and share it with others.

Sermon Outline 2: "The Gift of Salvation"

  1. Introduction: Discuss the importance of gifts in our culture and how they can impact our lives.

  2. Exposition: Explore the meaning of John 3:16, emphasizing the gift of salvation that God has provided through Jesus Christ.

  3. Application: Discuss the importance of accepting this gift and the benefits that come with it, such as forgiveness of sins and eternal life.

  4. Conclusion: Encourage the congregation to accept and share the gift of salvation with others.

Sermon Outline 3: "Believing in Jesus"

  1. Introduction: Discuss the concept of belief and how it can be not easy to trust in something we cannot see.

  2. Exposition: Explore the meaning of John 3:16, emphasizing the importance of believing in Jesus as the means of salvation.

  3. Application: Discuss the obstacles that can prevent us from believing and the importance of overcoming them through prayer and faith.

  4. Conclusion: Encourage the congregation to trust Jesus and experience the transformative power of his love and grace.



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