How to Preach

How to Preach

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G. Campbell Morgan's classic guide to making and delivering religious sermons retains all of its authority and usefulness in the modern day.
This book contains a simple series of instructions which focus and instruct upon key attributes all good sermons must possess. Using the Bible itself as a guide to dispensing wisdom in speech, Morgan introduces a number of points: how a sermon should commence by setting an atmosphere and receiving the audience's attention; continue by presenting a message that resounds; and finish by affirming the wise truth of the words as presented by God.
The author was himself a famous preacher, who would famously captivate congregations with his passionately delivered sermons. Unlike many, less organized churchmen, Morgan wrote his own unique and strikingly eloquent sermons. These original works gained the admiration of scholars and lay worshipers, were influential in the evangelical movement of the early 20th century. As the pastor of Westminster Chapel for fifteen years between 1904 and 1919, G. Campbell Morgan was a public figure known in Britain and the wider Christian world.
Additionally, he taught theology at the world famous Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, and he wrote many well-received books on Biblical truths and their everlasting nature. For Morgan, preaching was a timeless act with great relevance at any moment in time. In this book, he coins a phrase:
"Nothing can happen today to which the truth of God has not something to say."
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Product details

  • Paperback | 132 pages
  • 150 x 226 x 10mm | 181g
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • 154535653X
  • 9781545356531
  • 2,743,360

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