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Five Tips for Illustrating the Atonement

How to make sure your illustrations are grounded in Scripture and connect with your people.

Introduction

Let's face it, good sermon illustrations are tough to come by. Every week preachers wrestle with a key question during sermon prep: "How do I craft illustrations that are compelling, credible, and theologically sound?" All three criteria are important, but we often focus ...

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