Wednesday, October 28, 2015

The Unexpected Blessing of Expository Preaching

“Exposition is something of an adventure for the preacher. . . . You can’t completely predetermine what your people will be hearing over the next few weeks and months. As the texts are opened, questions and answers emerge that no one might have seen coming. We tend to think of the Bible as a book of answers to our questions, and it is that. However, if we really let the text speak, we may find that God will show us that we are not even asking the right questions.” Timothy Keller, "Preaching: Communicating Faith in an Age of Skepticism", p.

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