Preaching From the Overflow

Preach from the overflow.

My homiletics instructor told us. Preach from the overflow.

And I encourage you to take this to heart…

Always go for depth. Whether it be in your exegesis…

Whether it be in your sermon construction…

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No Fake Celebration

OK, folks, I’m fixing to put a stake in the ground that is gonna anger some of yall…Forgive me, but I gotta do it…

When you present the truth of the Gospel in all of its implications the people must respond. It may be a calm resolve to follow the word. It may be shouting. It may also include a tear, but there will be a response.

Sometimes you may not even see the response…but there will be a response…

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Are You a Bully?

Are You Using Your Bully-Pulput

You can almost always tell when a preacher is verbally beating up on a member.

“Don’t send me an email that says XXXXX…”

Huh? So you are clowning a member who sent you an email from the pulpit and you think this is productive?

“A member told me XXXX, how are you going to tell me that and you are supposed to be a child of God?”

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Revised Common Lectionary
5th Sunday of Lent (February 26, 2017)
  • OT: Ezekiel 37:1-14
  • Psalm: Psalm 130
  • Epistle: Romans 8:6-11
  • Gospel: John 11:1-45
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