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Expository Exultation

Christian Preaching as Worship
Written by: John Piper
Narrated by: George W. Sarris
Length: 12 hrs and 19 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Well-known around the world for his passionate and powerful preaching, John Piper has distilled over 30 years of preaching experience into one book for the benefit of pastors and other Bible teachers. Building on the foundation laid by his previous two books, A Peculiar Glory and Reading the Bible Supernaturally, Piper makes a compelling claim about the purpose of a sermon: not just an explanation of the text, but awakening worship by being worship.

Christian preaching is a God-appointed means of transforming its hearers in both head and heart, not only in intellect but also in affections. With clear examples of specific methods, Piper shows preachers how and what to communicate from the pulpit in a way that takes seriously the task of handling the word of God week in and week out in the context of, and as, Christian worship.

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  • mahlon smith
  • 21-09-19

I'm so glad for this book! A great resource

Expository exultation is an excellent resource for anyone wanting to improve their preaching of the Bible. The copious reference to scripture made it wonderful during my runs. The repetition of themes made retention easy.

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  • Joshua David Snell
  • 18-01-20

Dense but good

This book not only talks about expository preaching but also gives real world examples of how to breakdown a text for different purposes. Very helpful but not a light read!

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 02-04-19

good but redundant

good points, elegant language, but somewhat boring. the book didn't for into any great reveal either. kind of felt like a textbook.