Category Archives: Expository Preaching

How to study the Bible

The five basic steps of Bible study will provide a helpful guide to keep you on the right track in understanding and applying the Bible. Each step answers a particular question in relation to Bible study. Continue reading

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10 Methods of Bible Study

The Bible is a rich treasure to be explored! Here are ten ways to dig into this great treasure. Continue reading

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3 themes in the teaching of Jesus

The teaching of Jesus was consistently pointed and powerful. He was never hesitant to challenge deeply held assumptions, traditions or the establishment. I think there were a number of times that his disciples cringed at the ways he exposed the hypocrisy of religious leaders. Three significant emphases stand out in the teaching of Jesus. Continue reading

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Learning from the Master teacher

Jesus connected what they could see in creation and life with truths about eternal life to come. Through endless object lessons, he turned his listeners ears into eyes to help them see the truths he taught. Continue reading

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Should we always use the Bible in witnessing for Christ?

My title for this post might be a bit misleading… I think the diversity of models for outreach in Acts 17 deserves more thoughtful dialogue in the Church today. Continue reading

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When pastors study scripture

I find it invigorating when I hear a sermon based on a combination of thorough biblical exegesis, theological maturity and perceptive contemporary application. But I am sadly reticent to believe that messages of this kind are easily found in our Churches. Continue reading

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Expository Preaching

Some have been wrongly taught that the only way exposition can happen is by teaching through books of the Bible verse by verse. Continue reading

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