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Dave Stone: How I Prepare a Sermon

Helping you develop your signature method of preparing a message

Editor's note: As preachers develop their signature method of sermon preparation over the years, they often enhance their process by "cherry picking" from the sermon prep schedules and checklists of others. When someone preaches in a way that consistently intrigues and speaks to us, and we wonder how ...

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Elizabeth Havill

January 09, 2012  11:20am

I think Dave Stone has some very excellent suggestions in regard to preparing a message. It sounds like he's operating with a well oiled machine, and several good operators, However, I wonder how much He engaged the Holy Spirit in all of this. I'm sure he did, but with our modern technology, and so many helps for those of us who speak, we have to be so careful we're not organizing the Holy Spirit out of a job entirely! I would like to hear our brother say he spent several hours in prayer as he anticipated standing Sunday by Sunday between the living and the Dead!! May God give us less confidence in all our planning and more in our Powerful source, God Himself and His blessed Holy Spirit.

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