Different Sermons For Different Purposes

The anointing sermon is a message that is specifically designed to give God’s people a fresh touch from heaven. It’s a time when people come with their needs and burdens and you minister directly to them.

The anointing sermon is different from the teaching or exhortation sermon in that it focuses on specific needs of individual people, rather than general needs of the whole body. There will be times when you’ll need to do both, but if you’re not sure about what type of message you’re giving, ask yourself if it’s focused on the whole or if it’s targeted at one person or one group of people.

The sermon is the most important part of the service. The purpose of the anointing sermon is to help people understand what they should do with their lives in order to be happy and successful.

The purpose of the call to worship sermon is to remind listeners that God has already called them, and that they are already worshipping Him. They just need to remember how awesome His love is, how much He has provided for them and how good He has been to them.

The purpose of the communion sermon is to remind people about Jesus’ sacrifice for us on the cross. It’s also an opportunity for us to confess our sins and ask for forgiveness.

The purpose of the baptism sermon is to remind people that they are children of God and have been given a new name. It’s also an opportunity for us to encourage them to live their lives as Christians by living out their baptismal vows.

The purpose of the marriage sermon is to remind people that they are married now, and should be faithful to each other until death do them part.


These are just a few of the many types of sermons that you can give. The important thing is to pick a topic that will help people grow closer to God and live their lives better.

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