a moment with the master a sermon preached from the gospel of john

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A Moment With The Master

Author : Angulus D. Wilson, Ph.d.
ISBN : 1534619909
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If there was one truth in all of the world that relates to everyone, it is the truth that everybody will one day have their one moment with the Master. In this one moment all men will have the privilege of excepting Him or rejecting him. Nicodemus is in the thick of his one moment, he has the attention of the creator God all to himself, and God in this moment reveals his plan, purpose and promise to Nicodemus concerning the redemption process for man.

Preaching The Gospel Of John

Author : Lamar Williamson
ISBN : 0664225330
Genre : Religion
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In this accessible treatment of the major themes of the Gospel of John, renowned New Testament scholar Lamar Williamson blends the best of biblical scholarship and a close reading of the Fourth Gospel to meet the practical needs of weekly preaching. A more reflective Gospel in which the risen Jesus speaks in signs and discourses, John does not simply tell stories, but allows us to experience the Word and to see Jesus offering living water to the aridity of the institutional church and bread to the hungry hearts of individual disciples. More than mere exposition,Preaching the Gospel of Johnincludes at the end of each passage three to five possibilities for preaching the text--creative and pertinent suggestions that can help preachers apply the words of the Fourth Gospel to the lives of today's churchgoers. Proclaiming the living Word is a major theme of the Gospel of John, and this clear and insightful commentary captures that message in the preaching moment.

Masters Of Preaching

Author : Ray E. Atwood
ISBN : 9780761857815
Genre : Religion
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The history of Catholic homiletics is rich and layered with theology and spirituality. Every period of Church history contains preachers who have been blessed with oratorical skills and spiritual depth. They are saints, scholars, bishops, priests, and deacons from the Eastern and Western traditions. Masters of Preaching—the first book of its kind—lays the foundations for a deeper understanding of Christian preaching. It is an important contribution to the subjects of history and preaching. This exceptional text sheds light on the lives and sermons of the Church’s most talented preachers. Through the lives and works of thirty-one men, the reader will experience fine sermons from the most eloquent homilists. There is much to learn from this important book.

The New England Soul Preaching And Religious Culture In Colonial New England

Author : Harry S. Stout John B. Madden Master of Berkeley College and Jonathan Edwards Professor of American Christianity Yale University
ISBN : 9780198021018
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Throughout the colonial era, New England's only real public spokesmen were the Congregational ministers. One result is that the ideological origins of the American Revolution are nowhere more clearly seen than in the sermons they preached. The New England Soul is the first comprehensive analysis of preaching in New England from the founding of the Puritan colonies to the outbreak of the Revolution. Using a multi-disciplinary approach--including analysis of rhetorical style and concept of identity and community--Stout examines more than two thousand sermons spanning five generations of ministers, including such giants of the pulpit as John Cotton, Thomas Shepard, Increase and Cotton Mather, George Whitefield, Jonathan Edwards, Jonathan Mayhew, and Charles Chauncy. Equally important, however, are the manuscript sermons of many lesser known ministers, which never appeared in print. By integrating the sermons of ordinary ministers with the printed sermons of their more illustrious contemporaries, Stout reconstructs the full import of the colonial sermon as a multi-faceted institution that served both religious and political purposes, and explicated history and society to the New England Puritans for one and a half centuries.

Three Sermons Preached By Mr John Wilkinson

Author : John Wilkinson
ISBN : HARVARD:32044081825036
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Preaching Master Class

Author : William H. Willimon
ISBN : 9781606089156
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Selections from Will Willimon's quarterly column, "Five-Minute Preaching Workshop" published in Pulpit Resource.

Sermons Preached Chiefly In The Church Of St John The Baptist New Windsor

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