This book, “God’s Word From My Heart To My Lips “contains great and proven reflections on the Church’s Mass reading of Sundays and Solemnities, for Year C. It is a wonderful tool for preparing for weekly Homilies.
Preaching is the art of communicating Divine truth through human personality. Homiletic is the art of preaching and involves the study of everything related to the art of preaching. There are two distinct aspects involved in preaching: the Divine and the Human. Homiletic is how god uses the human aspect. He receives the truth from God and communicates it effectively to men.
In the Letter to Titus, Paul describes a kind of preacher who practices "worthless preaching"; literally teaching "non-things", Read: nonsense for the sake of "sordid gain" (read, "Mula", tsha-ching! $ and R). Don't be one of those. God did not leave us without directives on what constitutes legitimate preaching.
A Preacher's Manifesto presents ten commitments that should drive biblical preaching. These ten commitments will guide pastors in creating their preaching calendar, help steer their sermon preparation, and remind them of the vital place preaching occupies in the local church. The commitments include topics ranging from pastoral theology, hermeneutics, and pastoral ministry.