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
0.06UNLIKELY
Disgust
0.05UNLIKELY
Fear
0.63LIKELY
Joy
0.64LIKELY
Sadness
0.17UNLIKELY
Language Tone
Analytical
0.71LIKELY
Confident
0UNLIKELY
Tentative
0.6LIKELY
Social Tone
Openness
0.74LIKELY
Conscientiousness
0.54LIKELY
Extraversion
0.12UNLIKELY
Agreeableness
0.85LIKELY
Emotional Range
0.33UNLIKELY

Tone of specific sentences

Tones
Emotion
Anger
Disgust
Fear
Joy
Sadness
Language
Analytical
Confident
Tentative
Social Tendencies
Openness
Conscientiousness
Extraversion
Agreeableness
Emotional Range
Anger
< .5
.5 - .6
.6 - .7
.7 - .8
.8 - .9
> .9
Welcome’s, thank you’s, etc.
“The greatest fear of a man is that he will be discovered for what he already knows, how truly insignificant He really is.” - unknown
The quote goes on to say that most men in their jobs, homes, relationships, don’t really know what they are doing and know that they don’t know what they are doing, but their greatest fear is that they will be found out or someone will figure out they don’t know it.
The worst news about the greatness of opportunities for women is this same fear is no longer a fear of men but it is a fear for women too.
“The greatest fear of a person is that person will be discovered for what they already know, and how truly insignificant they are as a person.”
How do I know this is true for 2 reasons.
One I feel it myself
All the time I get blasted with thoughts of you aren’t enough, you should’ve done so much more
It doesn’t matter what you list as my accomplishments because I knew what I haven’t accomplished and what I don’t know.
The other reason I know its true is because so many have come to me telling me about how awful you feel about yourselves because of fact that you don’t have something you think you should have
The worst thing about this feelings is we struggle but don’t seem to get over them just by psychological tricks.
It motivates our addications, motivates our faith and our life
Truth is it is awesome to be of value in this world, to matter, yet nothing seems valuable enough.
Yet even in this Church world, full of Christians, Pastors are on tv, youtube, books bestsellers, and great websites.
The attacks seem pretty smart and so smart their scary at times.
I need to learn so much more, to be so much of a better person and then maybe God will make my life matter
Most see this failure and see what is around them and so they choose to “follow their heart”.
There is a guy in the Bible who followed his heart.
Trying to be the best for God.
Back story of Saul
The only real hope I found had for dealing with this anxiety is in God and its right here in this story.
I see a huge answer to these feelings in this story in the Bible.
Its one of the scariest but simple and powerful story in there.
IT has been my hope when I get woke up and the hope in Christ that allows me to keep putting one step in front of the other.
Back story of Saul
aCTS 9:10-1
Acts 9:10
Ananias wasn't qualified by any title
(not a dr, not an apostle)
Billy Graham salvation story
Acts
you can have a good reputation but still feel worthless
Ananias qualification: “Here I am, Lord”
-Deborah and the dandelions, Deborah and the new cheer team
Before Ananias knew what was being asked his answer was yes
No figuring out how it would benefit him
No figuring out anything
Ananias was SCARED
(he reminded God of what God already knew)
He prayed it back to him and the Lord answered
The opposite of fear is faith
Acts 9:
(picture) The ride, I lost faith in the ride
The opposite of fear is fath
Talking with people
Going to be there with you
Dealing with your anxieties
When did Ananias show He had faith?
aCTS 9:17-19
Ananias had faith through his anxiety
God never lowered the intensity of what he was going to do.
God is our strength when we feel strong or weak.
Ananias likely connected Saul with the Damascus disciples.
Lead others to others.
Ananias got to be a part of God’s work because he said “Here I am”
Ananias received no other blessing other than to be a part of Saul's story
God I will trust you with my anxiety
We know God better by loving others, God will motivate us to get involved in others lives
Oxygen mask on a plane as we need to care in how we follow Christ.
God I will put you first and follow your ways
< .5
.5 - .6
.6 - .7
.7 - .8
.8 - .9
> .9