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Tag: Preaching
As God sends out Christ as the life and delight of the saints—the Bridegroom that the Bride is invited to enjoy—so we send him out in our preaching.
Only after seeing the glory of God in Christ, his own unworthiness, and the stunning beauty of salvation will he find a message to preach that is as “a fire shut in his bones” and cause him to delight in preaching. Only from this place can he genuinely be in a position to minister to anyone.
Authentic ministry is not simply a matter of mastering professional skills or of endlessly pouring oneself out in works of service. Rather, it springs from joyful union with the heart of Christ.
Peter Mead shows why preaching matters, examining three relationships: between the preacher and God, between the preacher and the listeners, and between the listers and God. 
Michael Reeves consider the way the Reformation has influenced and changed the way the Church understands the task of preaching. 
Daniel Hames reminds us that the great theologians of the early church were first and foremost pastors who opened the Bible week-by-week to preach Christ to their flocks. 
Michael Reeves consider the way the Reformation has influenced and changed the way the Church understands the task of preaching. 
Sinclair Ferguson gives preachers plenty to think about when 'preaching Christ'. 
Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr. sets out a vision for biblical preaching at the heart of the Church's worship. 
Mike Reeves' short film shows that, amid confusion and fear, Christians desperately need to hear more of Jesus.