These sermons are a few of the ones I've written over the years preaching as a pastor and as pulpit supply. You will not see a consecutive set of the expositional sermons going through a book due mainly to my years of pulpit supply. Rather, you will see various topics. Also, I have experimented with different methods of arranging sermons. Some are in outline form (more exegetical), and others in block form (more expositional). Each has advantages and disadvantages.
I do not claim to be a great preacher, but I hope that these sermons may help other preachers during those periods when time is short and spiritual energy is low. Please feel free to print the outlines, modify them, and use them.
If you are not a preacher, reading through some of these outlines may or may not be beneficial. They are, after all, only outlines and as such are intended as aides in keeping the preachers thoughts coherent and on topic. They also serve as a reminder and stimulus for other thoughts that, Lord willing, the Holy Spirit would anoint during the preaching of God's Word.
I consider myself very privileged to be able to stand in the pulpit and address God's people out of His word. It is both intimidating as a responsibility and exhilarating as a calling. By His Grace, He has blessed the words preached and people have grown in Christ.
One last note: I used a conversion program to move these from WordPerfect into HTML. I tried to catch the flaws in the conversion. If you see any, please forgive me my oversight.
To His glory . . .