Few things are as encouraging when doing exegetical work for a sermon as finding that your thoughts aare not original, but stand in line with what the church has confessed about a passage before.
One of the things that’s weird about writing sermons for a class is the requirement to turn in a summary of my preparation. Why, you ask? Because it tends to look like this…
Stayed up way too late tonight, working on a sermon on Judges 3. Yes. Judges 3. Should be interesting.
Writing a sermon on Philippians 2:1–10 and listening to Howard Shore’s The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers – The Complete Recordings. Delightful.