Consider One Another
Audio
Delivered By
Phillip Rianwater
Delivered On
January 26, 2020
Central Passage
Hebrews 10:19-25
Subject
AM Sermon
Description

JANUARY 26, 2020 A.M. SERVICE

“CONSIDER ONE ANOTHER”

HEBREWS 10:19-25

INTRODUCTION:

A.  Influence is a part of our daily life:

1.  We will influence or be influenced; I Corinthians 15:33

2.  Paul warned; II Corinthians 6:14

B.  As children of God we must be careful to consider others before we act; Hebrews 10:24; James 1:19

C.  Our lesson “Consider One Another”

I. WE MUST “CONSIDER ONE ANOTHER”: Hebrews 10:24

A.  Greek word “katanŏĕō” – “to observe fully; behold; discover; perceive (to hear or see with                          understanding); consider”

1.  Every action has consequence and/or reaction; James 1:19-20

2.  We must consider how our actions will affect others; I Timothy 4:12

B.  The Christian is to be an example for good:

1.  Paul in his letter to Titus wrote; Titus 3:8

2.  We must remember that our influence may have eternal consequences; I Corinthians 15:33

II.  CONSIDER AND PROVOKE UNTO LOVE AND GOOD WORKS:

A.  Greek word “parŏxusmŏs” – “incitement (to good), provoke unto” 

B.  Provoke is defined “to arouse, excite, to call to action”

1.  It has been said, “No man ever saved his own soul who devoted all his time to saving it,” Hebrews             5:12-14

2.  The example and teachings of Jesus demand action; Mark 16:15; Matthew 5:38-42

C.  Christians must incite one another to love; Hebrews 10:24; I Peter 1:22-23

1.  Jesus taught; John 14:15

2.  We must consider Christ in all that we do and say; Hebrews 3:1

D.  Christians must provoke one another to good works; Hebrews 10:24

1.  Christians are meant to be workers; Titus 2:14

2.  Jesus described His people; Matthew 5:13-16

CONCLUSION:

A.  One cannot please God without considering how his actions will affect others

B.  How does my/your action speak; Hebrews 11:4