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A Cup Running Over

Learning to preach from the overflow of your deeply satisfying relationship with the Savior

In my early days of ministry I spent huge amounts of time absorbed in Scripture and great spiritual writers. The Lord made it possible for me to spend whole days—without any issue of preparing for something or taking an examination—soaking up the Scripture. I literally wore out the books ...

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michael

September 17, 2012  9:51pm

An incredibly insightful and informative article. Broken with emotion and comfort, I read carefully the heart of a man that's found the key to "his yoke is easy and his burden is light". Your passion for encouraging, not just those seeking that enhanced realm, but those presently experiencing it and needing affirmation as to its effectiveness; you richly provided that element. I thank God first for your obedience, and secondly, for the class in which it was rendered. I'm sure we, at Impact Ministries, will make this a necessary reading for all our Word ministers. It entails the essence of what true ministry should look like; a minister spiritually filled and pouring out of his belly the Grace of this transformative Gospel. This article was forwarded to me from a fellow minister, who also senses the divine expressiveness of the overflow of which you've alluded. Normally, I've been skeptical of larger volume media due to subject generalities; I'll be more open to material such as this!

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Barton McElroy

March 12, 2012  10:45am

Excellent! It is time that preaching be from the life of the preacher as centered in the Word of God.

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Abigail

February 12, 2012  7:20pm

Thanks for sharing this truth that God has led you to write. I agree with you one hundred percent! It is the only way, for results that show, and for the group or congregation to receive from the Lord. Pastor, I give God praise for you.

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S.H

January 31, 2012  5:36pm

It sound that it comes from a deep well of satisfaction in the Lord - thank Dr. Willard for such wisdom filled words. It encouraged me.

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Ricky Ray Taylor

January 30, 2012  9:14am

Keeping God and His message at the forefront of "us" is key.

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