Valentine’s Day is coming up quick, leaving many preachers scrambling to put together a powerful sermon. If this is you, or if you need some extra help coming up with a Valentine’s Day theme, sermon outline, or PowerPoint, here are our top 5 sermon themes on LOVE.
God loves us unconditionally, and without measure. What better Valentine’s Day sermon is there than on God’s love for us? As Christians we all know that He loved us so much that he sent His only begotten Son to save us from our sins. But do we often feel His love? How can we show His love to each other? Even if, as Christians, we’ve heard it all before, it’s always a good reminder to hear about His love.
While most Christians probably only have one or two love languages that we understand, God speaks all of them. A sermon on the love languages will get the attention of your congregation, keep them engaged, and give them practical actions to take in their everyday lives.
When God sent his Son to die for our sins, He declared a spiritual war on our behalf. Ask God if your congregation needs to hear a deeper sermon for Valentine’s Day, on His love for us and the spiritual aspects surrounding that love.
Does your congregation have a plethora of couples? Married or otherwise? If so this may be a good sermon to encourage, inspire, and give hope for people in relationships. Make sure to tailor it to your congregation, and be inclusive towards those who don’t have a significant other on Valentine’s Day.
If you would like a Valentine’s Day sermon that is less about romantic love and more about friendship, showing God’s love, and kindness, this is the perfect sermon. It features a wonderful story that expresses one of the greatest needs in our world today, and how God fulfills that need through us.
These are just a few ideas to help you get started on your Christmas sermon. If you’re still having trouble finding a topic, try our sermon search function.