The Preaching Demanded by the Gospel (Season 1, Episode 1)

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The Preaching Demanded by the Gospel (Season 1, Episode 1)

This episode discusses the characteristics that our preaching must have if we are to proclaim the gospel as God expects. There are five characteristics that must be true of our preaching.

  1. Gospel preaching must be Bible-based.
  2. Gospel preaching must be distinct.
  3. Gospel preaching must be simple.
  4. Gospel preaching must be direct.
  5. Gospel preaching must call hearers to respond.

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New Bible


When I was in college I bought a New Testament that would fit in my back pocket. I wanted to have a Bible with me wherever I was in case an opportunity came up where it would be handy to have one. I have carried this New Testament in my back pocket for the last nine years.

Naturally, after years of regular use, this Bible slowly began to wear out. Recently it reached the point where pages were falling out. It was time to replace it. After searching the internet and receiving suggestions from others, I found an acceptable replacement. After receiving it, one of the first things I did was tear out a couple of pages.
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Have you made a resolution to spend more time reading your Bible? Or would you just like to have a more structured plan in reading through the word of God?

Bible study is important. But sadly it’s something that we often neglect as time goes on. Even with the work I do in preparing sermons and articles every week, I still always feel like I’m missing something. In all the study and preparation I do, the thing that becomes hard to keep up with is simply reading the Bible.

If you have a busy schedule too, you may well run into this problem as well – habitual reading and casual study of God’s word.
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The True Word of God

Old Bible

The Bible makes the claim: “All Scripture is inspired by God” (2 Timothy 3:16). Since God is perfect, it would stand to reason that His word is perfect.

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