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Published by [Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House] in Nashville, Tenn .
Written in English

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  • Pastoral theology

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StatementBy T.C. Blake.
The Physical Object
Pagination280 p.
Number of Pages280
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22890954M

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Attention Pulpit & Pew. 1 Timothy Preachers need to spend a lot of time in first and second Timothy and Titus. The apostle Paul wrote to these two evangelists, instructing them about their work, their conduct and the content of their preaching. Every . The preacher is the golden pipe through which the divine oil flows. The pipe must not only be golden, but open and flawless, that oil may have a full, unhindered, unwasted flow. The man makes the preacher. God must make the man. The messenger is, if possible, more than the message. The preacher is more than the sermon. The preacher makes the File Size: KB. A down-to-earth, practical introduction to the ins and outs of preaching for lay preachers, bivocational pastors, and others newly arrived in the pulpit. Recent years have seen a considerable increase in the amount of financial resources required to support a full-time pastor in the local congregation. In addition, large numbers of full-time, seminary trained clergy are retiring, without. Get this book in print. Fleming H. Revell Company, - Clergy - 76 pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. By Rev. J. WILBUR CHAPMAN, DD THE PEW TO THE PULPIT. Suggestions to the ministry from a layman's point of view. By Hon. DAVID J. BREWER.