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Getting the Gold from the Text

How to capitalize on the inexhaustible riches of Scripture in your preaching without sounding like a Bible commentary.

Foundational to all good exposition is the conviction that where the Word of God is faithfully taught, the voice of God is authentically heard. In a generation demanding a "now" word from God, as though that would be in some way separate from, or even superior to, the living and enduring Word of Scripture, ...

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Dwight B.

August 21, 2012  12:36pm

Excellent. Though covered in many books on homiletics.

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frances talattad

August 20, 2012  8:22pm

Very Informative! Thank you brother.

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ndobe mosima

February 07, 2012  8:15am

it;s fantastic to know that one can get tips like these more greats to you

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Elizabeth Neh Asaa epouse Babatunde

February 07, 2012  6:03am

Wonderful guide to Biblical exposition. A must for every Christian. Thank you my brother.

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Elizabeth Neh Asaa epouse Babatunde

February 07, 2012  5:50am

Wonderful guide to Biblical exposition. A must for every Christian. Thank you my brother.

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