The One Question You're Asking Every Sunday
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Preacher, there's really only one question that you're asking every week. It's the same question God posed to Ezekiel: Son of man, can these dry bones live? Everything hangs on that question. Can God speak through you and bring life out of death? In this week's free article, we've transcribed a classic address given by the master preacher Dr. Gardner Taylor. Rev. Taylor asks all of us preachers, "Can that first fresh resolve of enthusiasm [for preaching] come again to you? Can you get again the glory and promise of the morning bruised now and scarred by the years, wounded by opposition, hurt by our own shortcomings?" His answer is a resounding YES—but a yes that comes only from our All-powerful Lord. Read it and be inspired.
This week we also feature:
- Featured Sermon: Who Am I When I Sin? by James Emery White
- Illustration: The Man Who Made the Greatest Impact on Poverty
- Video: All About Him
Managing Editor, PreachingToday.com
P.S. As you get ready to preach during Lent or Holy Week, check out this month's excellent 3-part sermon series by Lee Eclov—"The Power of the Cross."
After pastoring churches in Minnesota and on Long Island (most recently the Three Village Church), Matt Woodley now lives in Chicago and serves as the Managing Editor for PreachingToday.com.
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