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Preaching have made use of the Three Points and a Poem method for years. Even today it is one of the most often used methods. Many attack it, but it will outlast us all.

In this E-Book, Pastor Sherman Haywood Cox II provides the fundamentals of putting together a three point sermon. He also includes an extended sermon example with commentary.
Kindle Edition, 22 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by Soul Preaching
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