By Haddon W. Robinson
Famous preacher and instructor of preachers, Haddon Robinson, drawing on his twenty years of training, stocks his insights into what is going into an efficient sermon--as good as what might be passed over.
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A l w a y s treat younger w o m e n with propriety, as if they w e r e your sisters. I Tim. 5:1-2 Subject: Complement: 8. Walking is the exercise that needs no g y m . It is the prescription without medicine, the w e i g h t control without diet, the cosmetic found in no drugstore. It is the tranquilizer without a pill, the therapy without a psychoanalyst, the fountain of youth that is no legend. A w a l k is the vacation that does not cost a cent. Subject: Complement: . 9. T h e nation's latest interest in astrology, brought to public attention in the 60s, is still very much alive.
A l s o p . A l o n g with this lexicon the e x e g e t e will see coloring of Greek words through James H o p e Moulton's and G e o r g e Milligan's examination of The Vocabulary tament Illustrated from the Papyri of the Greek Tes- and Other Non-Literary Tools of the Trade Sources. F o r a grasp of h o w a w o r d was used throughout the broad sweep of Greek literature from the classical era to A . D . 600, the student must turn to A Greek-English Lexicon by H e n r y G e o r g e L i d d e l l and R o b e r t Scott.
27. Biblical Preaching plements to his subject. T h e L o r d should be praised first because His l o v e is strong and also because His faithfulness is eternal. In this short psalm the psalmist states his naked idea, stripped o f any development, but in its bare bones it has a definite subject and t w o complements. L o n g e r passages in which the idea receives extensive dev e l o p m e n t can be harder to analyze for subject and complement, but the w o r k must be done. In H e b r e w s 10:19-25 the author applies a previous discussion of the high-priestly w o r k of Jesus: Having therefore, brethren, boldness to enter into the holy place by the blood of Jesus, by the way which he dedicated for us, a new and living way, through the veil, that is to say, his flesh; and having a great [high] priest over the house of God; let us draw near with a true heart in fulness of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience: and having our body washed with pure water, let us hold fast the confession of our hope that it waver not; for he is faithful that promised: and let us consider one another to provoke unto love and good works; not forsaking our own assembling together, as the custom of some is, but exhorting one another; and so much the more, as ye see the day drawing nigh, (ASV) While many details in this passage demand explanation, a careful student w i l l separate the branches from the trees.