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- Author: Jowett, J H
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Jowett, J H
In April 1912 John Henry Jowett had the privledge to give the Yale Lectures on Preaching and those lectures are given to us in The Preacher: His Life and Work.
Jowett used to say..."Preaching that costs nothing accomplishes nothing."
Wiersbe says this in his "Living with the Giants" pg. 192..."I try to reread Jowett's lectures annually, if only to catch his passion for preaching. Some books on preaching and pastoral work almost make you want to turn in your ordination certificate; this is not one of them. 'I love my calling,' he said on the first page. ' I have a glowing delight in its service...I have had but one passion, and I have lived for it -- absorbingly arduous yet glorious work of proclaiming the grace and love of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.' "
I. The Call to be a Preacher – “Separated unto the Gospel of God”
II. The Perils of the Preacher – “Lest…I myself should be a castaway”
III. The Preacher’s Themes –“Feed my sheep”
IV. The Preacher in his Study –“A wise master-builder”
V. The Preacher in his Pulpit –“The service of the sanctuary”
VI. The Preacher in the Home –“From house to house”
VII. The Preacher as a Man of Affairs –“Like unto a merchantman”