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“The Preeminence of Jesus”

I. The Predictions About Jesus (Genesis Thru Malachi)
A. The Pentateuch: The Pillar For Jesus (Genesis – Deuteronomy)
1. Jesus Is Our Source (Genesis)
2. Jesus Is Our Safety (Exodus)
3. Jesus Is Our Sacrifice (Leviticus)
4. Jesus Is Our Sustenance (Numbers)
5. Jesus Is Our Spokesman (Deuteronomy)

B. The Past: The Preparation For Jesus (Joshua – Esther)
1. Jesus Is Our Success (Joshua)
2. Jesus Is Our Supreme Court (Judges)
3. Jesus Is Our Successor (Ruth)
4. Jesus Is Our Sanctifier (1 Samuel)
5. Jesus Is Our Sovereign ((2 Samuel)
6. Jesus Is Our Sanctuary (1 Kings)
7. Jesus Is Our Splendor (2 Kings)
8. Jesus Is Our Straightener (1 Chronicles)
9. Jesus Is Our Significance (2 Chronicles)
10. Jesus Is Our Scribe (Ezra)
11. Jesus Is Our Stronghold (Nehemiah)
12. Jesus Is Our Supporter (Esther)

C. The Poets: The Passion of Jesus (Job – Song of Solomon)
1. Jesus Is Our Stamina (Job)
2. Jesus Is Our Song (Psalms)
3. Jesus Is Our Shrewdness (Proverbs)
4. Jesus Is Our Satisfaction (Ecclesiastes)
5. Jesus Is Our Spouse (Song of Solomon)

D. The Prophets: The Prophecies of Jesus (Isaiah – Malachi)
1. The Major Prophets (Isaiah – Daniel)
a. Jesus Is Our Sufferer (Isaiah)
b. Jesus Is Our Standard (Jeremiah)
c. Jesus Is Our Sympathy (Lamentations)
d. Jesus Is Our Scrutinizer (Ezekiel)
e. Jesus Is Our Stone (Daniel)

2. The Minor Prophets (Hosea – Malachi)
a. Jesus Is The Supreme Love of God (Hosea)
b. Jesus Is The Sure Day of God (Joel)
c. Jesus Is The Stubborn World of God (Amos)
d. Jesus Is The Sweeping Rule of God (Obadiah)
e. Jesus Is The Steadfast Grace of God (Jonah)
f. Jesus Is The Settled Will of God (Micah)
g. Jesus Is The Strict Judgments of God (Nahum)
h. Jesus Is The Superior Methods of God (Habakkuk)
i. Jesus Is The Strange Ways of God (Zephaniah)
j. Jesus Is The Simple Goal of God (Haggai)
k. Jesus Is The Successful Hope in God (Zechariah)
l. Jesus Is The Sworn Promise of God (Malachi)

II. The Presence of Jesus (Matthew – John)

A. Jesus Is The Sovereign of Man Who Came To Sway (Matthew)
B. Jesus Is The Servant of Man Who Came To Serve (Mark)
C. Jesus Is The Son of Man Who Came To Share (Luke)
D. Jesus Is The Son of God Who Came To Save(John)

III. The Pronouncements of Jesus (Acts)

IV. The Prescriptions of Jesus (Romans – Jude)

A. Jesus Is The Satisfaction of All Things (Romans)
B. Jesus Is The Solution To All Things, Part 1 (1 Corinthians:)
C. Jesus Is The Solution To All Things, Part 2 (2 Corinthians:)
D. Jesus Is The Sole Savior of All Things (Galatians)
E. Jesus Is The Sum of All Things (Ephesians)
F. Jesus Is The Supplier of All Things (Philippians)
G. Jesus Is The Source of All Things (Colossians)
H. Jesus Is The Stimulation of All Things, Part 1 (1 Thessalonians )
I. Jesus Is The Stimulation of All Things, Part 2 (2 Thessalonians )
J. Jesus Is The Singular Mediator of All Things (1 Timothy)
K. Jesus Is The Stability of All Things (2 Timothy)
L. Jesus Is The Structure of All Things (Titus)
M. Jesus Is The Sponsor of All Things (Philemon)
N. Jesus Is The Superior of All Things (Hebrews)
O. Jesus Is The Standard of All Things (James)
P. Jesus Is The Substance of All Things (1 Peter)
Q. Jesus Is The Stronger of All Things (2 Peter)
R. Jesus Is The Spring of All Things (1 John)
S. Jesus Is The Soundness of All Things (2 John)
T. Jesus Is The Sociability of All Things (3 John)
U. Jesus Is The Spectator of All Things (Jude)

IV. The Preeminence of Jesus (Revelation)

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O. S. Hawkins könyve, a The Pastor’s Primer egy nagyszerű könyv. Dr. Hawkins életét két rendkívüli ember határozta meg, Dr. W. Fred Swank és Dr. W. A. Criswell, főleg ez utóbbi neve mond sokat. A szerző még a GuideStone Financial Resources (www.GuideStone.org) igazgatója, ami több mint 175.000 lelkipásztor felé végez szolgálatot, és több mint 25 könyvet írt.

A The Pastor’s Primer ábécéskönyvként szolgál a lelkipásztoroknak, és a szerző szolgálattal kapcsolatos gondolatait és meggyőződéseit írja le és mutatja be „első osztályos szinten.” 26 fejezetből áll, és mindegyik fejezet öt részből áll:
 PowerPoint – ez az adott téma erősségét, hatókörét mutatja be
 PracticalPoint – ez az adott téma gyakorlatba ültetésével foglalkozik
 PressurePoint – ez olyan dolgokkal foglalkozik, melyeket kerülni kell vagy pedig lehetséges problémákra világít rá
 PulpitPoint – ebben a részben bibliai alapokat fogalmaz meg az író, expozícionális (értelmező) prédikációvázlatot              használva
 PersonalPont – ez a rész egy üresen hagyott rész arra nézve, hogy az olvasó saját gondolatait jegyezze fel

Az alábbi vázlatban csupán a PulpitPoint-ban található „prédikációk” vázlatait írtam ki. Jó csemegézést!

THE PASTOR’S PRIMER

1. The Pastor and His PURPOSE
The Call of God
Acts 13:2
a. The call of God is personal
b. The call of God is purposeful
c. The call of God is practical
d. The call of God is providential

2. The Pastor and His PREACHING
Turning the world upside down
Acts 17:1-16
a. Instead of telling us to avoid context… Paul says to be expository (v. 2)
b. Instead of telling us to avoid confessions … Paul says to be explanatory (v. 3)
c. Instead of telling us to avoid confrontation… Paul says to be expeditious (v. 2, 4)

3. The Pastor and His PREPARATION
The apostolic preaching model
Acts 2:14-47
a. Prophetic – This is what was spoken by the prophet Joel (v. 16)
b. Plain – Let this be known to you (v. 14)
c. Positive – This Jesus God raised up (v. 32)
d. Personal – You have taken by lawless hands (v. 23)
e. Penetrating – Now when they heard this they were cut to the heart (v. 37)
f. Persuasive – What shall we do? (v. 37)
g. Pointed – Repent (v. 38)
h. Pious – As many as the Lord our God will call (v. 39)
i. Persistent – With many other words he testified and exhorted them (v. 40)
j. Productive – Then those who gladly received the word were baptized (v. 41)

4. The Pastor and His PASSION
Coming to Christ
John 1:35-51
a. Pulpit proclamation (vv. 35-39)
b. Private visitation (vv. 43-44)
c. Personal confrontation (vv. 40-42, 45-51)

5. The Pastor and His PERSPECTIVE
A vision for the future
Proverbs 29:18
a. Vision brings definition
b. Vision brings design
c. Vision brings dynamic
d. Vision brings direction
e. Vision brings dependence

6. The Pastor and His POSITION
Essentials of pastoral leadership
Acts 13:36
a. Be a servant
b. Be a submissive servant
c. Be a contemporary submissive servant
d. Be a contemporary submissive servant with an eternal purpose

7. The Pastor and His PASTORATE
Never cut what you can unite
Nehemiah 5:1-19
a. There is a time to back off – “serious thought” (v. 7)
b. There is a time to stand up – “rebuked” (vv. 5-7)
c. There is a time to give in – (vv. 10-11)
d. There is a time to reach out – “we” and “us” (vv. 10-13)

8. The Pastor and His PEOPLE
The power of positive, productive, interpersonal relationships
Philemon 1-25
a. Affirmation of one another (vv.4-7)
b. Accommodation of one another (vv.8-11)
c. Acceptance of one another (vv. 12-16)
d. Allegiance to one another (vv. 17-21)
e. Accountability to one another (vv. 22-25)

9. The Pastor and His PRAYER LIFE
Praying for the pastor
Ephesians 6:19
a. Freedom in the delivery of the Word of God – “That utterance may be given to me”
b. Fearlessness in defense of the Word of God – “That I may open my mouth boldly”
c. Faithfulness to the doctrines of the Word of God – “To make known the mystery of the gospel”

10. The Pastor and His POWER
The proof is in the pudding
Ephesians 5:19-21
Introduction
– “The proof is in the pudding” is an abbreviation of the phrase, “The proof of the pudding is in the eating.” It           simply means that true value or quality of something can only be judged when actually put to use.
– There is a command in v. 18, “Be filled with the Spirit.” How can we or others know that we are being filled with the Spirit? Not by the reception and use of the “gifts of the Spirit” but by the evidences of it.
a. An inward evidence (v. 19) – “Singing… making melody in your heart to the Lord”
b. An upward evidence (v. 20) – “Giving thanks always for all things to God”
c. An outward evidence (v. 21) – “Submitting to one another in the fear of God”

11. The Pastor and His PRIVILEGE
The Lord’s Supper
1 Corinthians 11:23-28
a. A word of explanation (v. 23)
b. A word of exaltation (vv. 24-25)
c. A word of expectation (v. 26)
d. A word of examination (v. 28)

12. The Pastor and His PASSAGE
The Deacon Ordination
Acts 6:1-7
a. The deacon’s instigation (vv. 1-2)
b. The deacon’s initiation (v. 3)
c. The deacon’s integration (vv. 3b-4)
d. The deacon’s inspiration (vv. 5-7)

13. The Pastor and His PASTORAL MINISTRY
What I learned from the wedding
John 2:1-11
a. Lesson #1: The Lord Jesus is with us in our joys as well as our sorrows
b. Lesson #2: Life is about relationships
c. Lesson #3: Moms make things happen (vv. 3, 5)
d. Lesson #4: The best is yet to be

14. The Pastor and His PASTORAL CARE
The ministry of restoration
Galatians 6:1-2
a. We are to hunt them up! (v. 1)
b. We are to help them up! (v. 1b)
c. We are to hold them up! (v. 2)

15. The Pastor and His PARTNER
The Bible blueprint for a happy home
Ephesians 5:22-33
a. The wife’s role: a submissive lifestyle (vv. 22-24)
i. Mandate – v. 21 obey = submit
ii. Method – v. 22 “as unto the Lord”
iii. Motive – v. 23a
iv. Model – vv.23b-24
b. The husband’s responsibility: a sacrificial love (vv. 25-33)
i. Mandate – v. 25a “husbands love”
ii. Method – v. 25b (selflessly, sanctifying, satisfyingly and supremely)
iii. Mystery – vv. 32-33

16. The Pastor and His PARENTING
The model father
Luke 15:11-32
a. See him with an open hand saying, “I release you” (vv. 11-13)
b. See him with open arms saying, “I receive you” (vv. 20-24)
c. See him with an open heart saying, “I restore you” (vv. 25-32)

17. The Pastor and His PRIORITIES
Focus
Philippians 3:13-14
a. Put your priorities in order – “this one thing I do…”
b. Have a forward look – “reaching forward to those things before”
c. Go the second mile – “I press…”
d. Know where you are going – “toward the goal for the prize”

18. The Pastor and His PERSONAL LIFE
Integrity: Don’t leave home without it!
Daniel 6:1-28
a. Integrity is rooted in your private life (vv.1-3)
b. Integrity is reflected in your personal life (vv. 4-5)
c. Integrity is reinforced in your professional life (vv. 4-10)
d. Integrity is revealed in your public life (vv.. 11-28)

19. The Pastor and His POSSESSIONS
Setting the stewardship standard
Proverbs 3:9-10
a. What is the purpose of m stewardship? – “Honor the Lord”
b. What is the product of my stewardship? – “With your possessions”
c. What is the priority of my stewardship? – “With the firstfruits of all your increase”
d. What is the promise of my stewardship? – “So that your barns will be filled…”

20. The Pastor and His PRESSURES
High calling – high anxiety
James 1:1-12
a. Stress is predictable (vv. 1-2) – “when”
b. Stress is problematic (v. 2) – “various trials”
c. Stress is paradoxical (v. 2-4) – “joy”
d. Stress is purposeful (vv. 3-8)
i. Leads to purity (v. 3)
ii. Leads to perseverance (v. 3)
iii. Leads to perfection (v. 4)
iv. Leads to prayer (v. 5)
e. Stress is profitable (vv. 9-12) – “The crown of live” (v. 2)
i. For the person in poverty (v. 9)
ii. For the person with plenty (vv. 10-11)
iii. For the person with pressure (v. 12)

21. The Pastor and His POLITICS
America: Some “why” questions
Jeremiah 8:5-22
a. A question for the American public (v. 5)
b. A question for the American pew (v. 14)
c. A question for the American politician (v. 19)
d. A question for the American pulpit (v. 22)

22. The Pastor and His POOR
What about the poor?
Matthew 5:7
a. A pronounced blessing… – “ Blessed are the merciful”
b. A promised benefit… – “For they shall obtain mercy”

23. The Pastor and His PEDAGOGY
Study… to be approved
2 Timothy 2:15
a. The pastor’s mandate – “study”
b. The pastor’s motivation – “to present yourself approved to God”
c. The pastor’s manner – “workman who does not need to be ashamed”
d. The pastor’s message – “rightly divide the word of truth”

24. The Pastor and His PAY
The pastor is worthy of his wages
Luke 10:7
a. The pastor’s compensation should be purposely applied
b. The pastor’s compensation should be personally accepted
c. The pastor’s compensation should be properly appropriated

25. The Pastor and His PENSION
Retired or retooled?
Proverbs 6:6-8
a. A problem with retirement preparation
b. A picture of retirement preparation
c. A possibility of retirement preparation

26. The Pastor and His PRIZE
The prize before us
James 5:7-12
a. Look upward… be calm (v. 7)
b. Look inward… be clean (vv. 8-9)
c. Look backward… be challenged (vv. 10-11)
d. Look forward… be consistent (v. 12)

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