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"Preaching is not people hearing you, it's you hearing from God." Dalton was bewildered at his father's presumption that he could tell him about ministry, and he turned to walk away.
"Enjoyed your message, pastor," say the many who meet and greet him at the church's door. All the while, the pastor is curiously racking his grey matter to figure out just what they enjoyed. Wonder why? It must be because this sermon really was good. After all, it sounded so good on the Internet that the pastor "borrowed" it so that his congregation could be as blessed by it as he was.
Activists, repudiating the obvious meaning of Scripture, run the risk of the sin of unbelief.
Preaching Thoughts for Pastors
A dull preacher is a contradiction; if he is dull he is not a preacher-Bible dullness is impossible.
The following is something I put together for myself after reading John Stott's book Between Two Worlds on preaching.
Some Valuable NOTES on BIBLICAL PREACHING by the foremost expert on the subject!
Those who hear us preach ought to be able to go back to the Scriptures, Berean like (Acts 17:11), tracing the same truth we have brought out from them, and see that what has been preached is not only true in general, but truth drawn from the preaching portion we have used.
Hermeneutics is about how to prepare sermons. Hermeneutics is the science and art of Biblical interpretation. It is a science because it is guided by rules within a system; and it is an art because the application of the rules is by skill, and not by mechanical imitation. Here is a complete guide to how to effectively research and prepare biblical, impacting, true and relevant sermons to your congregation. All the tools you need to know!
Burnout for pastors is perhaps one of the main reasons why we quit and leave the ministry. But we can prevent this!
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