Faithlife Sermons

Sermon Tone Analysis

Overall tone of the sermon

This automated analysis scores the text on the likely presence of emotional, language, and social tones. There are no right or wrong scores; this is just an indication of tones readers or listeners may pick up from the text.
A score of 0.5 or higher indicates the tone is likely present.
Emotion Tone
Anger
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Disgust
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Fear
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Joy
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Sadness
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Analytical
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Confident
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Tentative
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Social Tone
Openness
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Conscientiousness
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Extraversion
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Agreeableness
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Emotional Range
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Emotion
Anger
Disgust
Fear
Joy
Sadness
Language
Analytical
Confident
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Social Tendencies
Openness
Conscientiousness
Extraversion
Agreeableness
Emotional Range
Anger
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Keeping Up with the Joneses
Word got around about Barnabas
Pride is the issue
Not a new tactic - we feel we’re missing out
Gen
Big S versus little s
Not giving all was not issue - heart was issue
Big S versus little s
Chance to repent - pride had taken hold
Gates can’t be beaten - then attack on the inside
Seems harsh - but God takes sin seriously
Seduction of Sin
I’m not that bad
Severity of Sin
It is all encompassing - everyone everywhere
Solution of Sin
We can’t fix it but there is one who did
No self help
If you want to know what God thinks of sin look at the cross
I am convinced that the first step towards attaining a higher standard of holiness is to realize more fully the amazing sinfulness of sin.
J.C. Ryle
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