8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “Expositional Preaching” by David Helm

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Is blogging dead? Is it time bloggers to throw the towel? Read my response with a few dozen other bloggers on these questions on this article.

Anyways, here are my favorite quotes from the book, Expositional Preaching by David Helm published by Crossway. If you like these quotes, please get a copy of the book by clicking here.

“Knowing the historical and literary contexts can change everything for you. Good biblical expositors allow these contexts to control the meaning of the text. “

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Warren W. Wiersbe on Divine Sovereignty and Human Responsibility

From his “Be” book series, Warren Wiersbe commenting on Romans 9: 30-33:

“No one will deny that there are many mysteries connected with divine sovereignty and human responsibility. Nowhere does God ask us to choose between these two truths, because they are both come from God and are part of God’s plan. They do not compete, they cooperate. The fact that we cannot fully understand how they work together does not deny the fact that they do. When a man asked Charles Spurgeon how he reconciled divine sovereignty and responsibility, Spurgeon replied:” I never try to reconcile friends!”

(Be Right, An Expository Study of Romans by Warren W. Wiersbe, pp. 109, Victor Books 1977)