Category Archives: Thabiti Anyabwile

Lucidity…not style…

Lucidity becomes the lingua franca of preaching and must become the measure of the sermon, not style. Anyabwile, RtBC, 59 Advertisements

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Mind meets coal…

The expositor is the man who stands with a lump of coal in his hand, hammering that dark resistant rock with the hammer of his mind until it reveals the diamond buried inside. Thabiti Anyabwile, RtBC, 42

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Dying an ignoble death…

Where the Bible is not believed, and where the preaching does not manifest a belief in the Bible, the preaching itself dies an ignoble death. And if the pulpit dies, the pew won’t be far in joining it. Thabibi Anyabwile, … Continue reading

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Gospel gossip…

We might say that a church that centers the Bible in its congregational life will be filled with people who gossip the gospel. Thabiti Anyabwile, RtBC, 30

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Fulcrum of Change…

Without question, the pulpit is the fulcrum of change in the church. Thatbiti Anyabwile, Reviving the Black Church, 11

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Fulcrum of change…

Without question, the pulpit is the fulcrum of change in the church. Thatbiti Anyabwile, Reviving the Black Church, 11

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The best exposition on exposition I have heard in a long time…

Thabiti Anyabwile on Nehemiah 8:4-8… So Ezra the scribe stood on a platform of wood which they had made for the purpose; and beside him, at his right hand, stood Mattithiah, Shema, Anaiah, Urijah, Hilkiah, and Maaseiah; and at his … Continue reading

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