3 edition of Preaching from the Prophets found in the catalog.
Preaching from the Prophets
Kyle Monroe Yates
|Statement||[by] Kyle M. Yates.|
|LC Classifications||BS1505 .Y3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 225 p.|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||42051220|
According to the Book of Mormon, Zenos (/ ˈ z iː n ə s /) was an old world prophet whose pre-Christian era writings were recorded upon the plates of is quoted or paraphrased a number of times by writers in the Book of Mormon, including Nephi, Jacob, Alma, son of Alma, Nephi, son of Helaman, Samuel the Lamanite, and Mormon.. Zenos is reported to have written on a variety of. Known as the Weeping Prophet, Jeremiah was a prophet to the southern kingdom of Judah in the Old Testament, right before Judah ultimately fell to Babylon and was led away into captivity. Jeremiah’s most lasting legacy may in fact be one of hope. One of the most oft-quoted verses in the Bible, Jeremiah , has offered hope to believers for centuries.
"Preaching Like the Prophets is an excellent book for preachers seeking greater audience impact. Through integrating rhetorical analysis of the prophets with current homiletical scholarship, Carlson shows how the prophets model for us relevance and creative style. We need the challenging and inspiring message of the prophets. May God inspire you to speak their words with courage and prophetic wisdom. Helpful Articles and Books. Piety and Preparation for New Life-- A lesson on prophetic boldness for modern pastors from Delores Williams. Preaching on Ethical Issues by Thomas Troeger and D. W. Wilbanks.
When your faith in God is challenged, do the Minor Prophets have the answers? Find out with Nathan Jones and Steve Howell on the show Christ in Prophecy. Air Date: March 5, Resources To order, call (M-F, 8 a.m p.m. CST), or select the resource below to order online. Transcript Dr. Reagan: Can you name a single one of the Minor Prophets? Have you ever read one of their. The book of Ezekiel represents the message of the prophet by that name who was taken captive in the second deportation of the Jews to Babylon; this occurred around B.C. (2 Kings ). Ezekiel began his ministry in the fifth year of his captivity (about seven or eight years before the final destruction of the temple).
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If properly approached, a sermon-series from the book of Joel could lead a congregation to a deeper depth than that which they have previously experienced in any of the Minor Prophets before. Preaching successfully from Joel, requires a proper understanding of context, key themes of the book, while giving preaching pointers for Joel, consisting.
out of 5 stars Preaching from the Prophets a must have for preachers, bible teachers, OT History students Reviewed in the United States on April 6, Yates, an OT scholar, writes an incredibly interesting volume on the OT Prophets.5/5(9).
He concludes with a helpful chapter giving guidelines for preaching from the Prophets―including advice on choosing the texts, making appropriate analogies, and the potential problems and common pitfalls to avoid.
The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more. /5(8). In this sermon series, we spend 12 weeks looking at each of the minor prophets. Since all Scripture is inspired by God and profitable, we should hear from all of God’s Word.
These books are called “minor” because they are shorter, not because they are less important. Furthermore, theologically we need the prophets because ultimately their message brings hope—hope of a new day to come when justice will roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.
My own preferred working definition of prophetic preaching comes from Walter Brueggemann’s now classic book, The Prophetic Imagination. Loving God and Disturbing Men: Preaching from the Prophets por Donald A Leggett,disponible en Book Depository con envío gratis. In making the decision to preach through the prophetic book of Isaiah on Sunday evenings, it may well represent the proverbial “Biting off more than I can chew” kind of decisions.
Isaiah contains several challenges for us. First of all, in length this is a sprawling text. After the Book of Psalms, Isaiah. The book of Micah bears the name of its author, Micah, the prophet. Preaching from the Prophets book was an Old Testament prophet during the time of the Isaiah, Hosea, and Amos.
He prophesied during the reins of Jotham, Ahaz and King Hezekiah. All of these kings were kings of Judah, and Micah was a prophet to Judah. We might refer to the minor prophets as minor because they are under-preached. For several years my only exposure to the book of Habakkuk came from well-meaning people quoting the prophet’s words from The text says “You are of purer eyes than to behold evil, and cannot look on wickedness” (NKJV).
The Divisions of the Book The book of Amos is divided into three sections: 1. A series of 8 “oracles” concerning sin and judgment of eight nations (Chapter ). A series of 3 “sermons” concerning the sin and judgment of Israel (Chapter ). A series of 6 “visions” regarding the sin and judgment of Israel (Chapter ).
In many churches, the least-preached part of the Bible is the prophetic literature. Few sermons draw from Zechariah, Nahum, or how can we preach the prophets well. In fact, what does it Author: Elizabeth Achtemeier.
“Chalmers orients Christian readers to Old Testament prophecy, providing insights into the role of prophets and the books that arose from their ministry, as well as strategies for reading and preaching the prophetic collection.
While engaging the best in recent scholarship, this book. Is prophecy the same as preaching. Is teaching different from preaching. Prophets and teachers seem to be distinguished from one another in Actswhich notes: “Now in the church at Antioch there were prophets and teachers: Barnabas, Simeon called Niger, Lucius of Cyrene, Manaen (who had been brought up with Herod the tetrarch) and Saul.”.
The prophet Amos was similar to the prophets of the Old Testament in some ways and quite different in others. Amos has been referred to as the “Classic Prophet of Doom” because of both his message of repentance and the general dislike and unwant of his message.
Amos preached of the impending judgment of God upon Israel and Judah. The Old Testament prophetic books arguably are amongst either some of the more overlooked books of the Bible or the most misunderstood.
Filled with symbolism, historical accounts, vivid imagery, and often very pointed declarations of Gods displeasure with His people, fully grasping what the prophets are saying, who they were addressing, and to a large degree who these prophets were on a /5(5). The Book of Amos.
by Jesse Hendley. THE BOOK OF AMOS is a very wonderful book. Amos is a man who reminds us what God is really like. We are living in days when people need to know what God is really like. Amos was one of the great prophets of God and he, together with Hosea, prophesied about the same time.
They were contemporaneous. What are good first steps for pastors to begin preaching on the minor prophets. First, prophetic books can feel repetitive. Thus, instead of trying to preach through the whole book, pick two or three key texts that reflect the dominant themes. Second, prophetic books tend to alternate between judgment and salvation.
"Chalmers orients Christian readers to Old Testament prophecy, providing insights into the role of prophets and the books that arose from their ministry, as well as strategies for reading and preaching the prophetic collection.
While engaging the best in recent scholarship, this book is accessible to the uninitiated. In the Book of Joel, the Prophet Joel uses a current event, a plague of Locusts, to describe how the Day of the Lord would come upon at that time Judah and Israel.
This warning is also applicable to us today and the modern world with the prophesied Day of the Lord or God's Judgement being poured out on the world unless all mankind repents of its sins.
The Prophet Isaiah is probably one of the better known Prophets of the 8 th Century B.C. Two other Prophets were at work during the time of Isaiah, but they (Amos and Hosea) were primarily sent to preach to the Northern Kingdom.
Micah and Isaiah were primarily sent to Judah. The Book of Isaiah is one of the longest of Old Testament books. The Prophets of Israel Viewed as a Whole Their Designation The first division of the Old Testament was known as the Law with the second being called the Former Prophets, but these included four books which have already been outlined—Joshua, Judges, Samuel, and Kings.
Though these books deal with the history of Israel, they were composed from a prophetic viewpoint and possibly even the. For More Information on the ministry visit our website: Stay Tuned & Follow Jay Israel Senior on: Youtube: Jay Israel Official h.His training --His call --His mission --His personal life --His character --An appraisal --The book: -The psychological approach --The style --The outline --The integrity of the book --The value of the book --Preaching values: -The prophet's idea of God --The peril of privilege --Justice is elemental and eternal --Thoughtless unconcern.