Excerpt from History, Prophecy, and Gospel: Expository Sermons on the International Sunday-School Lessons for 1891
To every reader. It is not meant to sup plant the usual lesson helps, but to supplement them. The expositions purposely avoid all specially fine exegesis, only presenting, so to speak, the gross anatomy of the passages. Good teachers are aware that this is quite as important as the more minute work, and much less likely to be well set forth in those discussions of the lessons which are accessible to all. By such a treatment we have succeeded in keeping up throughout a strong homi letical interest along with the exegetical. It is hoped that the volume will do something to stimu late among Baptists the habit of expository preach ing. It certainly contains a number of sermons which may not inappropriately be taken as models of this. With the numerous amenities of a minis ter's lot goes this hardship, that he can rarely hear his brethren preach, particularly those resident at a distance from him. The opportunity of reading one.
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