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CMIN 301 (Su '17) T02 - Preaching a Biblical Sermon

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Hartmut Scherer

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Transcript of CMIN 301 (Su '17) T02 - Preaching a Biblical Sermon

Introduction
Preaching a Biblical Sermon
Building Blocks of a Sermon
Reading of the Bible passage
Main points
Explanation
Illustration
Application
Conclusion
Choosing the Passage
Personal Reading
and Study of Scripture
Needs
of the Congregation
A
Complete Unit
of a Biblical Thought
The
Selection
of Texts Should Be
Varied
Specific
Occasions
(church year)
Consider the
Time
(20-30 Min?)
Purpose
of the
Introduction

...
stimulates
interest
...
introduces
the subject of the message
... makes the subject
personal
...
prepares
for the sermon idea
“Every conclusion must conclude, include, and preclude.”
G. Campbell Morgan, Preaching (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1974), 87.
1
1
Components
of Conclusions

Recapitulation
(concise summary)
Exhortation

(final application)
Elevation
(climax)
Termination
(definite end)
Types
of Conclusions

Grand Style
Human-interest account
(life-situation illustration)
End on a high note
Guidelines
for Conclusions

Quotations
Anticlimax
Rhetorical Question
around
Wrap
http://www.desiringgod.org/resource-library/sermons/the-great-invitation-gods-triumphant-word#/listen/full
Analyse an Introduction
Sample Conclusions
Watch the video at
http://www.sagu.edu/thoughthub/6-attention-getting-sermon-introduction-techniques
Full transcript