Jan 27, 2010
Preaching Expositionally Without Preaching Exhaustively
Peter Mead offers the following helpful points on how one can do an expositional study of a book and not cover every verse in the book.
Foundation – Know the message, flow and structure of the book.
1. Select key moments in the book.
2. Select key examples in the book.
3. Select an example in a sequence, but show the whole progression.
4. Select passages you want to preach.
5. Keep the big idea of the book clear throughout.
While I still have preference for verse-by-verse studies, this does offer a way to cover longer books without spending an inordinate time in a series. Read Peter's entire post here.
Posted by Charles Savelle at 7:23 AM
Labels: Expository Preaching, Sermons
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