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Spirit-Led Preaching: The Holy Spirit's Role in Sermon Preparation and Delivery

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In the words of author Greg Heisler, “Spirit-Led Preaching is a call issued to preachers, pastors, and teachers of homiletics to recover the Holy Spirit for expository preaching in the same way we have recovered the biblical text. . . . My plan for doing this is to recover the doctrine of pneumatology (the study of spiritual beings/phenomena) for our theology of preaching, ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by B&H Academic
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Eric Molicki
Aug 26, 2013 Eric Molicki rated it liked it
Shelves: theology, church
This was a good effort on a tough subject. It's tough, because the Lord has not given us as much info on it as we would like- which is a good thing! We want 7 steps to getting the Spirit's power, but the Spirit is a person as this work helpfully reminds us, and not subject to preacher's efforts to codify his enablement.

That said, there were some tangible takeaways from this work- just not enough to earn a fourth star.
Sam
Aug 04, 2011 Sam rated it liked it
It was a very good book. I could definitely tell that it was written by a seminary teacher/pastor. I found it very helpful and practically very useful. I plan to incorporate it's principles.

Preaching Holiness.
Joey Rosado
Nov 22, 2013 Joey Rosado rated it really liked it
Great book that truly meets preaching where it needs to begin and end, and that is through the Holy Spirit. I would recommend this book to anyone who needs to be reminded, and learn how to be a spirit led preacher. For no other way to preach will suffice.
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A refreshing reminder of the Spirit's role in the preparation and delivery of sermons.
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