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Why I Gave Up Sermon Application

Much of Scripture is meant to be enjoyed, not applied.

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Matt

January 11, 2018  6:01am

The passages you mention that question the ability to apply to our lives are easily applied. Are you going to find yourself in the belly of a large fish? Probably not, but it also shows us how we need to listen to God and if He has something for us to do that He wants us to do, He will find a way for us to do it. I know that's just one example, but I do believe the Bible is meant to both inspire us and guide us in our daily living. Perhaps a particular passage is just meant to inspire or lift up the reader, but perhaps there are those that are meant for application, too? Either way, I don't see throwing the baby out with the bath water to be the answer. Just my opinion, though.

Clemence Olaoluwa

January 10, 2018  6:30pm

Quite insightful and revolutionary!

Paul Limato, Jr.

January 10, 2018  11:46am

Thank you for this insightful article. How often have parents said to their children, “The world does NOT revolve around you!”? As a pastor, I’ve not thought about this in connection with preaching a sermon. Thank you for reminding me of what Jesus said to His Disciples, “And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me.”

John Smith

January 09, 2018  1:22pm

I've always enjoyed Rutledge's sermons and online posts.

Mark de Kluyver

January 09, 2018  12:25pm

I have recently discovered that when people tell me that a sermon is "very practical" it almost always means it has been interpreted to be about them and what they can do. It has become man centred.

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