E. J. Waggoner provides a brief exposition of Hebrews 4:9. What is the rest that remains for the people of God. The document is read by Sherman Haywood Cox II. Download file at this link
Month: February 2008
What is the Three Points and a Poem Sermonic form? How can I use it in my preaching? Pastor Cox describes a method for doing just that in this Audio post.
Another one of the sources of Biblical Preaching is literature of all kinds. The preacher should have a knowledge found only in reading a wide variety of literature. This would include “devotional readings, some bibliography, poetry, fiction, archeology, studies in arts and sciences, and other general reading.”
After having looked at Scripture, one can find help in preaching the Biblical message from the next source for Biblical Preaching is History. This includes both an understanding of the history of the empires and people who interacted with the Biblical characters.
Charles Koller’s book How to Preach Without Notes is a goldmine of homiletical insight in a short amount of space. Not only does it attempt to teach how to preach without notes, but it also provides information on how to preach any kind of sermon.
When one expands the outline of the sermon, one normally uses some processes naturally. Charles Koller in his little work How To Preach Without notes attempts to explicitly show them so that preachers can make better use of them.