Preaching For God's Glory
Recognizing the importance of handling the Word of God correctly, Alistair Begg instructs pastors and laypeople alike as he defines Bible-based preaching. Every Christian, from the pastor to the newest believer, is to study the Scriptures and learn to handle...
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Recognizing the importance of handling the Word of God correctly, Alistair Begg instructs pastors and laypeople alike as he defines Bible-based preaching. Every Christian, from the pastor to the newest believer, is to study the Scriptures and learn to handle the Word of God correctly. Yet far too many congregations are being fed sweet but empty words that leave them spiritually malnourished and ill-prepared to stand firm in their faith. Alistair Begg calls for a fresh commitment to biblical preaching in this newly formatted re-release. Drawing on his thirty-five years of pastoral ministry and the lessons of great preachers, Begg defines Bible-based preaching and outlines its practical implications within a local church.
Seasoned pastor Alistair Begg observes that much of what is said from today’s pulpits cannot be counted as Bible-based, God-glorifying, and life-changing. Rather than preparing a steady diet of spiritual meat, pastors are mistakenly serving up a self-focused snack—ultimately leaving congregations malnourished and ill prepared to stand firm when their faith is challenged.
Recognizing the need for a return to biblical preaching, Begg has written this practical book, outlining the nature of power-filled, expository preaching and demonstrating its importance in the life of the church.
ALISTAIR BEGG (Trent University; London School of Theology; Westminster Seminary) was born in Scotland and spent the first 30 years of life in the United Kingdom. Since September of 1983, he has been the senior pastor at Parkside Church in suburban Cleveland, Ohio. He is the daily speaker on the national radio program "Truth For Life" which stems from his weekly Bible teaching at Parkside, and is the author of "Made For His Pleasure, Lasting Love, " and "What Angels Wish They Knew." He and his wife, Susan, have three grown children.