Saturday, March 9, 2019
A Sermon Review
The preachers approach in delivering his sermon was rather argumentative than expository. The first devil main points were built around sub-points which argued that beau ideal neer change. First, unlike spell and incessantlyything on earth that alters changes, the preacher says matinee idol is perpetually the equal.Although we do non know what substance that is which we call God, the preacher emphasized that his essence never change. Second, Spurgeons Argued that Gods attribute never changes. He meant that Gods moral attributes such as his mighty situation, his omnipotence, his wisdom, and all the powers of God during the starting signal of the land never ever changes eve with the passing of time.God is ever the same and he never grow old, He never becomes weak nor has his power diminished as the time passed. Third, the preacher argues that Gods computer program never changed. That is, his plan for the world and for every creations including the human beings and He is c aboodle to fulfill his plan.The fourth sub-point talks abtaboo Gods promises in which Spurgeons argued that God never change his promises. That we can count on Gods promise and the best way of living in this world is to trust in Gods promises.Finally, Spurgeons argued that God is unchanging in his threatenings against ungodly and sinners. That is, when God says Those who will not believe shall be bring up and when they be thrown to hell, it will forever and will never ever change despite of the passing of million ages.The preacher emphasized that Gods unchanging character is a depiction of Gods perfection and eternity. That is, if God changes, He could not be perfect anymore and he could not also be eternal. Spurgeons also argued that God as infinite being sees to it that all his words in the past are fulfilled despite of times that passed. Citing the towns and cities that God said will fall, and it happened, it doer that God promises and the fulfillment of his words transcend b eyond time and ages.The heart and soul and extensiveness of the sermon The content and breadth of the sermon was more of a devotional rather than theological although the sermon also reflects significant theological issues. However, it appears that the content of the sermon was not meant to give a lecture on theology but to emphasize on Gods changeless characteristic so that we can trust God for He is a very reliable God. That is, the sermon was intended to strengthen the faith of the flock rather that to feed them with theological arguments.The context by which the sermon was minded(p) was the period of the great industrialization which means that people during this period were astonished by the introduction of new technologies. This was the time when people look at knowledge as power. In view of this, I could say that the breadth of the sermon was deep and sound with the preacher contending that despite of everything that was coming out of society, God is still the same powerf ul God and everyone must mind his words and threatening.The depth of his sermonThe depth of his sermon as it appears to me was just give-up the ghost to the situation and to need of the people during his time. The sermon was neither narrow nor too deep but was more practical and easy to understand even by the least educated listener. Nevertheless the sermon was powerful adequate to convince the listeners that God do exist eternally, that He never change, and that we could make on to his promises.