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    pulpit from among the pews in the sanctuary described by Long is one that resonates with me, because it is genuinely where I am entering from. Perhaps it is to be expected when someone answers the call to ministry later in life, but I approach homiletics as a member of the body of Christ first and foremost. Experience as a member of the congregation and a Member in Discernment have taught me that the pastor has many responsibilities, but good, solid preaching is of the greatest import. The two

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    Now that I have completed this course, I can see the course applying to my ministry in the following ways so that I may understand the text and the different ways of preaching each subject. As a preacher, it is necessary to understand how to explain God’s promise in which he will pour His Spirit upon people in every special way so that every man receives a different gift that he who has ears and hearts will listen to God’s words and come to Him. The most significant things to my ministry are that

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    The Founder of the House of Mercy George Whitefield is often mentioned as a great religious figure and the founder of Methodism. This was because of his preaching in early America during “The Great Awakening, which was an 18th century movement of Christian revivals. As a great religious figure, he had the desire to do as much good as he could in the world and to bring as many souls as possible into the Redeemer’s Kingdom. He was a successful preacher because of the way he treated others and how

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    My book report is on “Communicating for a Change” by Andy Stanley and. The key idea is when your preaching seems weak and frustrating, cut your sermon to one point. Why? it helps you condense the goal of your preaching. Just make your sermon say one thing. If you need cover an idea that has more than more point. break up your sermon into to a series of sermons. They say most sermons have a series stuffed into them and no one catches any of it. If they miss part of the series they still caught more

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    The first chapter in part one of Andy Stanley’s book titled Communicating For a Change, is about people not listening. This chapter, and the first part of the book for that matter are written like a story, with the main character being Pastor Ray Martin. In the beginning of this chapter, pastor Martin is preaching when he begins to realize that the crowd is not listening at all. In fact, they are so unentertained that it is starting to throw off his whole sermon, so he makes a brilliant decision;

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    and anyone interested in the art of good black preaching. Becoming a true theologian and scholar deals with not limiting the extents of homiletics. The assumption is that the black preaching tradition is distinct and identifiable. What is interesting for any African American student of homiletics is that while many argue for a defined set of African American homiletic characteristics, there is little agreement on what these characteristics are? When people try to characterize what makes African Ame

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    poets used to sing them. Now Lyric poetry is meant to be read. Lyric poetry is a short poem that reveals a speaker's feelings, emotions, mode, state of mind, expressions, thoughts, and attitude. The devices of Anglo-Saxon poetry are caesurae , homiletic passage, mutability theme, stoicism, ubi sunt, kennings, and alliteration. The Wanderer uses all of these devices to fulfill all the requirements of an Anglo-Saxon Lyric Poem, Caesura. Caesura is a pause or break between words within a metrical

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    Biblical preaching by Haddon W. Robinson helped me improve my ability to deliver a message that will make an impact, improved my delivery, and gave me the tools to effectively write and exegete scripture to write a sermon that will make a difference in the Kingdom of God. Delivering and preparing a sermon is not all spiritual formation as Robinson demonstrates in his book. We need to develop concise logical trains of thought, supported with scripture. Even controlling our voice, body and breathing

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    The Letter to the Hebrews By: Emily Maiers, Sarah Meyer, Grace Natoli, Maggie Sanders, Amara Voss Among one of the most favored letters in the Bible, both by Christians and Mr. Tahany, is the Letter to the Hebrews. The letter to the Hebrews was written by Paul the Apostle (1 of the 12) in 80 AD. Paul wrote it to the Jewish Christian community in Jerusalem, the letter to the Hebrews is one of the most important in the New Testament. They are followed by the Universal Letters in

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    The Two Voices of The Seafarer There is much argument in the literary field as to whether there is more than one speaker in the Old English poem The Seafarer. In this brief essay we will look at some of the previous criticisms of the last two centuries, and through them attempt to prove that the speaker of the poem is the same one throughout. The author of The Seafarer is unknown. Its manuscript is untitled and unique, and is thought to have been inscribed around 975 AD. It survives on four

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