Today’s post is part of a series entitled “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Evangelists” by Ministry Council member Rob Wolgemuth. Read the introduction here, Habit #1 here, Habit #2 here, Habit #3 here, and Habit #4 here.
Habit #5: Don’t shy away from preaching on difficult, challenging (and convicting) topics.
Here are some sermon titles from each man I found interesting and indicative of their desire to not shy away from difficult passages/sermon topics:
The Folly and Danger of Being Not Righteous Enough
The Benefits of an Early Piety
The Heinous Sin of Profane Cursing and Swearing
Marks of a True Conversion
“The Eternity of Hell-Torments”
The Indwelling of the Spirit, the Common Privilege of All Believers
Marks of Having Received the Holy Ghost
Of Justification by Christ
Christians, Temples of the Living God
Christ the Only Preservative Against a Reprobate Spirit
The Heinous Sin of Drunkenness
Intercession Every Christian’s Duty
Persecution Every Christian’s Lot
An Exhortation to the People of God Not to Be Discouraged in Their Way, by the Scoffs and Contempt of Wicked Men
D. L. Moody:
The Qualifications for Soul Winning
Does God Answer Prayer?
Tomorrow May Be Too Late
Heaven – Its Hope
Shall We Meet Our Loved Ones Again?
What Must I Do To Be Saved?
The Precious Blood
The Christian’s Warfare
The Prayers of the Bible
Witnessing in Power
When a Man Sows, He expects To Reap
Christ Seeking Sinners
The Thief on the Cross
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