It is a great way to summarize the idea that God is acting on these themes. Sometimes, sermons are given with personal experiences witnessing the work of God so that the audience can understand the glory of God’s way. Comparing real events to the narrative stories is necessary so that it can help guide the audience to focus on their thought with the scriptures. Very often, each audience has experienced something in their lives to relate to the stories in scriptures. I believe that everyone have their own point of view when listening to a sermon and relate it to their life.
It is important to tell our audience that every human being is not perfect and has sins, that they cannot receive eternal life from God ...
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... emphasize to my audience and without God’s grace no success in our lives will be worthy. Overall, I like this course a lot, because it benefits to my ministry in many ways. For example, it show me the main purpose of each passage on the beginning and on the end that supports the passage to be understandable to the audience when preach.
I thank God for giving us such a great professor who opens his hearts to let us know when the unit begins and when to submit our homework each week. He also provided how much each question needs to be answer and explain clearly what to do and where to look for the purposes of each question. He also talked to us friendly by letting us know after he graded our homework and he provided good service to us. May God bless him and his work so that future students of his will receive the blessing I have received. Thank you very much.
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