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The Power of Weakness

The Power of Weakness

preached September 4, 2002
added February 25, 2008
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scripture 2 Corinthians 12:1-10, Genesis 1:1
topic Faith
type Sermon
id 0113
Long Suffering Community

Long Suffering Community

added February 25, 2008
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scripture Revelation 2:8, Revelation 3:7
type Sermon
id 0108
Loyal Community

Loyal Community

added February 25, 2008
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scripture Revelation 2:12
type Sermon
id 0111
Living Community

Living Community

added February 25, 2008
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scripture Revelation 3:1, Revelation 3:14
type Sermon
id 2308
Loving Community

Loving Community

added February 25, 2008
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scripture Revelation 2:1
type Sermon
id 2309
Preach The Word

Preach The Word

added February 25, 2008
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scripture 2 Corinthians 4:1
type Sermon
id 0116
Benefits Of Expository Preaching

Benefits Of Expository Preaching

added February 25, 2008
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scripture 2 Corinthians 2:12
type Sermon
id 2244
The Strength Of Weakness

The Strength Of Weakness

added February 25, 2008
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scripture 2 Corinthians 12:1
type Sermon
id 2245
The Preacher: John The Baptist

The Preacher: John The Baptist

added February 25, 2008
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scripture Luke 3:1
topics Dependence on God, Meekness, Preaching
type Sermon
id 2154

John the Baptist was not an exquisite and distinguished preacher, but he had received the Word of the Lord. His character was marked by integrity and humility; he always pointed people away from himself and towards Christ. This is what made him so significant in preparing the way for Jesus. Like John the Baptist, those who preach the Gospel on a regular basis need to realize that they are only servants through whom people come to believe.

What Happened to Expository Preaching

What Happened to Expository Preaching

added February 25, 2008
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topics Preaching, Word of God
type Sermon
id 2155

Every pulpit must allow the Bible, not the pew, to control what is preached. Many pastors are confronted with the temptation to entertain the congregation, or turn the Bible into a product they are trying to sell. It is essential not to lose confidence in the Bible’s ability to save the lost and edify the church. The preacher’s duty is to uncover what the text means, then relay his findings to the people of God in a way that does not compromise the true meaning of the passage.

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