Nov 15, 2010

In Conclusion

“Good conclusions require careful craftsmanship. G. Campbell Morgan said, ‘Every conclusion must conclude, include, and preclude.’ To conclude the conclusion must truly end the message. To do this well the conclusion must include what had been previously said and preclude the possibility that the implications and the consequences of the message will escape the listeners.”

Bryan Chapell, Christ-Centered Preaching: Redeeming the Expository Sermon (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1994), 245.

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