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Zondervan Lectures to My Students, Complete and Unabridged

Your chance to get a front-row seat in Charles Spurgeon's homiletics class. Twenty-eight of his insightful lectures are presented in their entirety to provide you with practical wisdom and sage advice. Among his topics are "The Preacher's Private Prayer," "On the Choice of a Text," "The Uses of Anecdotes and Illustrations," and "Posture, Action, Gesture." 443 pages, softcover from Zondervan.
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Review 1 for Lectures to My Students, Complete and Unabridged
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Date:March 12, 2010
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Ardis Jensen
Great Price! I ordered it for our future son-in-law as he is off to seminary and requested it.
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Date:September 11, 2000
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Justin Childers
Yes! This book is super practical and will answer 100 questions you have about the ministry. Here is your chance to sit under the teaching of the "Prince of Preachers." I wish I could make this book a requirement for all people going into vocational ministry. Hurry! Click the 'Order Now' button.
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Date:July 19, 2000
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Matt
My only regret is that there are only five stars to rate this magnificent volume. This book gives more meat than most seminary classes --- that is why Spurgeon is one of my heroes. He gives such marvelous insight, wisdom, and nurture to his students (both students that lived under Spurgeon as well as his students today). If you are a pastor or lay minister, do not delay -- get this masterpiece. Other than his "Treasury of David" commentaries on the Psalms, this is triumphant work. How I wish he had lived longer than his 57 years (1834-1892).
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