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Discussion in 'A Puritan's Mind Updates' started by C. Matthew McMahon, May 1, 2017.
Please, please, please don't bring "your study" into the sermon.
What are the specific parts of the sermon?
What does it mean to make a good argument in your sermon?
Are you persuasive in your preaching? Why should people listen to you?
How do you deal with transition in your sermons? Without good transitions, you'll instantly lose your hearer.
How well do you deal with the application? People will say to me, your sermon was too long. I'll ask them, what part should I cut out? They'll respond, the last 15 minutes or so. Of course.
What should the form of preaching take?
How has your study of elocution impacted your preaching style?
What is your style of preaching? This doesn't mean you are not expository when you preach (all good preaching is expository). It does mean that you have a specific style. Do you know what it is?
Fundamentals of style expanded into part 2.
Qualities of style expanded into part 3.
Are you simple in your sermons? Simple doesn't mean "not deep." It means understandable.
What should you consider in the style of the actual language you use in preaching?
How does one use "color" in preaching?
One of the most critical aspects of good expository preaching is movement. The sermon ought to be MOOOOOOVING the whole way through.
The last video and the conclusion of the series.