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Preaching Evaluation

Here are some questions a preacher might ask him/herself when preparing a sermon.

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A Homily Regarding Homiletics

The following thoughts are straight talk to those who want to go into the ministry - who desire to be preachers.

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Trust and Obey

It has been well-stated that “If God built you a bridge even a mile ahead, it wouldn’t be a bridge of faith.” We walk by faith not by sight. God demands our willingness to obey without fully explaining His intentions.

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Don’t Worry   Psalm 37

Psalm 37 is a protest against pessimism. It is the Psalm of the optimist. It addresses the riddle of the prosperity of the wicked and the affliction of the righteous. This Psalm could be titled “Don’t Fret!” or “The Security of the Believer.”

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Commenting on Commentaries

What Spurgeon wrote regarding Biblical commentaries has great relevance in the 21st century

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Studying a Bible Text: The Four Primary Steps

Here are the four primary steps to follow in studying a Scripture text.
These steps can be applied to any passage in the Bible.

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Biblical Preaching - Part 2

This is Part 2 in learning how to use a Strong’s Concordance.

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Biblical Preaching - Part 1

This is an introduction on how to use a Strong’s Concordance.

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Study Methods That Work…All The Time

The following study methods have been set up for those attending college, however the principles can be adapted for individuals who prepare studies as well.

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The Inspiration of the Word of God

It is one thing to claim authority. It is another to confirm it. What the Bible claims to be, it proves itself to be.

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