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Sermons and expository lectures

by Logan, John

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Published by D. Appleton and company in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsWhedon, D. D. (Daniel Denison), 1808-1885, Minister"s library association, ed
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX9178.L7 S4
The Physical Object
Pagination188 p.
Number of Pages188
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25620144M
LC Control Number18004912

  Verse by verse (for lack of a better title, but also called paragraph or through-a-book) expository preaching finds its message in two or more verses in a literary unit. Whereas the textual preacher finds the sermon's message in a sentence, usually taken arbitrarily, the verse-by-verse preacher works from a literary unit, like a paragraph or. There are many advantages to attending The Institute for Expository Preaching. In addition to personal training time with Dr. Steven J. Lawson in the art of biblical exposition, attendees will takeaway the following: 1. A biblical understanding of expository preaching 2. The role of expository preaching 3. How to prepare an expository sermon 4.

Expository Preaching With Word Pictures: With Illustrations from the Sermons of Thomas Watson - eBook () by Jack Hughes Hear about sales, receive special offers & more. You can unsubscribe at any time. Join Steven Lawson as he lectures on the phases and some examples of expository preaching along with Q&A and helpful preaching tips.

  This book has two parts, both of which contain material not previously published. The first part contains Charles Hodge's exegetical and expository notes on the letter to the Hebrews. These date from , the year of his ordination, and , when he delivered a series of lectures on Hebrews at Princeton Theological s: 5. In his second book, Preaching Christ from the Old Testament: A Contemporary Hermeneutical Method, Greidanus develops his step-by-step approach to creating expository sermons from Old Testament texts. First, he explores the passage on its own, discovering what it reveals about God, and identifying the text’s main theme or take-away.


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Sermons and expository lectures by Logan, John Download PDF EPUB FB2

Excerpt from Sermons and Expository Lectures IT is now about three quarters of a century Since the following discourses were delivered by their eloquent and accomplished author in the ordi nary routine Of pulpit duty in one of the provincial towns of Scotland.

He wrote that expository preaching is "the art of preaching a series of sermons, either consecutive or selective, from a Bible book" (39). The majority of the book addressed the task of doing just that, especially with respect to preaching Bible book series/5(6).

Book Description This book has two parts, both of which contain material not previously published. The first part contains Charles Hodge’s exegetical and expository notes on the letter to the Hebrews.

These date fromthe year of his ordination, andwhen he delivered a series of lectures on Hebrews at Princeton Theological : Charles Hodge. 10 Books on Expository Preaching (Best Preaching Books).

I am often asked by young aspiring preachers how to put together an expository sermon. I teach a semester-long class at The Master’s Seminary entitled “The Mechanics of Expository Preaching,” in which I lecture on this very subject.

By way of analogy, as a mechanic must know each individual part of. Free sermon outlines, expository lessons, lectures and homilies for preachers and ministers. Christians, Baptists, Pentecostal, Apostolic and members of the Church of Christ welcome.

Outlines that are designed to be used as expository preaching sermons or as Bible study teaching lessons - for free download in assorted, series, evangelistic, and Christmas topics in the New Testament, biblical, editable (), printable, can be easily customized or projected, available in 3 file formats .htm.doc.pdf), NIV-based.

Expository sermons are constructed from a thorough investigation of a text or texts of Scripture. To put it another way, expository sermons simply explain the Scriptures or a passage of Scripture verse by verse.

Usually, expository sermons are the means by which preachers teach through a book of the Bible. Though expository sermons explain the Scriptures verse by verse; nevertheless, it is still important to have structure to your sermon.

The word “lecture” was not used in any pejorative sense, it simply meant what is now commonly meant by “expository preaching,” namely, the consecutive treatment of a passage or book. The commentaries of John Brown of. This book has two parts, both of which contain material not previously published.

The first part contains Charles Hodge’s exegetical and expository notes on the letter to the Hebrews. These date fromthe year of his ordination, andwhen he delivered a series of lectures on Hebrews at Princeton Theological Seminary. In expository preaching, the preacher is generally interested in taking a passage—or strophe—of Scripture and then reading, explaining, illustrating, and applying that passage of Scripture to the lives of the hearers.

Thus, careful attention to the context of the text is crucial to good expository preaching. George O. Wood Sermons > New Testament Expository Sermons.

New Testament Expository Sermons. Mark. Good News For Any Year (Audio) Download File. Good News For Any Year (Transcript) Download File. Opening The Book Of Romans (Audio) Download File. Opening The Book Of Romans (Transcript) Download File.

The Prayer That Pleases God (Audio). Stephen Olford in a seminar given at Luther Rice Seminary began a lecture on expository preaching with the following working definition: Expository Preaching is the spirit empowered (anointed) explanation (exposition) and proclamation of the text of God's word with due regard to the historical, contextual, dramatic and doctrinal significance of a given passage with a specific.

Model sermons available onin biblical order. A plea for expository preaching. Why I Prefer Expository Preaching To say that there is a great division in the church today over styles of preaching may be somewhat of an understatement. Among Fundamentalists, there is almost an all out war.

Expository Sermon Examples, Page 4 6. 10 Let them "Use" The Office - Too many men merely fill the office. God says use it. The office of a Deacon is something that is to be used, actively for the glory of God. 11 Wives - Must be qualified too. Can cause great harm in the church if a Deacon's wife is evil spirited or long-tongued.

Postage: UK & Ireland: £ per book up to 4 books | £ per book after Abroad: £5 per book up to 4 books | £3 per book after. Home / Product / Expository Lectures. Expository Lectures Sermons £ Add to cart.

Christ-Centered Preaching: Redeeming the Expository Sermon (Bryan Chapell) There are dozens of books on expository preaching, but Chappell’s is the most thorough I’ve read. It’s meant to be a total guide to the craft, and I remember it as such.

Chapell also has Mobile Ed courses on the same subject. The Book of 1 Samuel $ $ Expository Lectures on the Book of First Samuel by William G.

Blaikie (Paperback) $ $ Expository Lectures on the Book of Joshua by William G. Blaikie (Paperback) $ $ Product Description. This book has two parts, both of which contain material not previously published.

The first part contains Charles Hodge’s exegetical and expository notes on the letter to the Hebrews. These date fromthe year of his ordination, andwhen he delivered a series of lectures on Hebrews at Princeton Theological Seminary.

This bestselling text by Haddon Robinson, considered by many to be the “teacher of preachers,” has sold overcopies and is a contemporary classic in the field. It offers students, pastors, and Bible teachers expert guidance in the development and delivery of expository sermons.Text Sermons: A text message is one where a singular passage of the Bible is used as a jumping point to discuss a particular thesis.

(eg. 1 Corinthians 13 to discuss Love is an Action) Expository Sermons: An expository sermon is following a book of the Bible, passage-by-passage to allow the text to determine the point.

(eg.But the main object of preaching is to change people's lives through the use of the Scriptures. If I think of the sermon as an information dump, it moves me away from being dramatic, and it moves me away from the mood of the text.

A good expository sermon is true to the text, its basic idea, its general development, its tensions—and also its.