This sub-point could also be a standalone point. It is an invitation. An invitation to restoration. Mark failed miserably and yet he was restored. I may have failed miserably. You may have fallen flat on your Christian face. But the Bible shows us God can restore.
So there’s a deeper look into one of my sermon outlines. These are the outlines I actually take into the pulpit when I preach. I use an iPad, where I blow the notes up with a large font size for easier viewing.
Of course, as with every sermon, I don’t preach these exact words. I use the notes more as a way of staying on track and not succumbing to chasing rabbits. And I always want to be open to the Holy Spirit’s leading while in the pulpit.
I’m curious. Would you mind answering the questions below?
- How do you structure your sermon outlines?
- How detailed are they?
- What are your tips for preparing sermon outlines?
I’m sure we would all love to hear from you. Share in the comments below.
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