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David M. England
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This is a great compilation of some of the greatest sermons from some of the greatest Southern Baptist preachers of our time, such as: Earl Allen, W.A. Criswell, Earl Davis, James Draper, Joel Gregory, Adrian Rogers, Charles Stanley, Jerry Vines, Charles Stanley, etc. The sermons are taken from scripture ranging from Genesis to Revelation. The topics are just as varied and speak to our times. This is a good resource for pastors, Sunday School teachers, and lay persons. The book has a unique section at the end that takes each pastor and has them explain just how they go about their sermon preparation. This is one of the best parts of the book, to learn how these great preachers actually go about their planning, background study, and delivery of their sermons. While some may read this as a novel, I have used it as a great pick up book to turn to a sermon and do a Bible Study one at a time. I have also used it as a resource for Sunday School lesson preparation. Sermon titles such as "Any Old Bush Will Do", "The Stance of the Immoral Majority", "The Seven Stages of Spiritual Growth", "Barren Branches", "The Power of Prevailing Prayer", "A Portrait of Christ", "When the Trumpet Sounds", "Behold the Lamb", "The Mind of Christ", "The Preservation of the Word of God", "On Letting Go and Trusting God", "Overcomers", "And in Hell...", Will You Go?", "A Glimpse of Glory", "All Things New", Faith Is the Victory", When God's Servant Is Depressed", "Help For the Whole Person", "All I Need and More", "Who Shall Reign OVer Us?", "From Whence Cometh the Power?", "A Portrait of Christ", "Mending Broken Brothers", "How God Helps Us", "Victory Over Depression", "The Call to Humility", "Building Blocks", "Rejoice", "Daybreak at Midnight", "The Gift of A New Name", "An Ageless Christ In An Aging World", "What Kind of Church?--A Believing Church", etc. I have almost worn my copy out. I can't believe there are still pristine used copies out there. The white cover with the brown pulpit and white lettering on a blue background is the original version.