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Preaching Notes and Memory Verses
Robinson's Step 1
Choose the Text
What passage of Scripture should I preach?
What are my congregagtion's needs?
What phase is your church in
: renewal, transition, death, or growth?
What is happening in our culture that needs to be addressed?
Robinson's Step 2
Study Your Text and Gather Your Notes
Study the context of your text
Interrogate the text; discovery questions who, what, why, and where
Use of tools
: lexicon, concordance, grammar-syntax, word study, Bible dictionary, commenatries
Robinson's Step 3
Discover Exegetical Subject and Complement
Subject answers, "what are you talking about?"
Complement answers, "what are you going to say about what you are talking about?
What is your message's focus?
What is your message's function?
Robinson's Step 4
Analyze the Exegetical Idea
What does this mean?
Is it true?
What difference does it make?
How does it apply?
Robinson's Step 5
Formulate the Homiletical Idea
The statement of a biblical concept in such a way that it accurately reflects the Bible and meaningfully relates to the congregation (state, explain why, and maybe an illustration).
Robinson's Step 6
Crafting the Sermon's Purpose
Why am I preaching this sermon?
Why did the author write this?
Must be in conjuction with the rest of the Bible.
Why was this passage included in the BIble?
Robinson's Step 7
Shaping the Homiletical Idea
Explains the idea
A proposition to be proved
A principle to be applied
A subject to be complemented
Robinson's Step 8
Outline the Sermon
Robinson's Step 9
Fill in the sermon outline
Robinson's Step 10
Prepare the Introduction and Conclusion
Central Task of the Introduction:
To engage your liesteners in such a way that they will want to listen to the rest of the message and move smoothly into the body of the message.
Central Task of the Conclusion:
To conclude and call for a decision. You must drive home the goal of the sermon. Answers, "So what?" and "Now what"?