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- This bundle includes the complete works of Dean M. Weaver available so far on Wordsearch
Dean Weaver is a gifted preacher, pastor, and sermon writer who has spent over 46 years pastoring and preaching. Over the decades, Weaver has assembled a treasure trove of unpublished, alliterated sermon outlines.
He covers each book with alliterated outlines, and each outline is divided into many sub-points, making it practical and easy to grasp for building thousands of your own sermons and lessons. Weaver looks beyond the obvious, offering fresh and understandable outlines that hold tightly to the Scripture. Before writing, Weaver says he prays, "Lord, open my eyes and help me say only what the Word says." You will also enjoy the titles Weaver suggests for sermons. They are catchy and memorable.
Included in this set are 4 volumes on the gospel of Luke that took Weaver 23 years to complete. He covers every chapter and verse of Luke with brilliant insight, alliterated outlines, many sub-points, illustrations, and practical application. If you ever consider preaching or teaching through the book of Luke, this is the resource you'll want at your side.
Another highlight of this bundle is a work titled The Testimony of Typology in the Tabernacle. It covers every conceivable aspect of the Tabernacle, and references 50 different chapters of the Bible that describe or allude to the Tabernacle. Dr. Weaver refers to God as the "architect," and Moses as the "general contractor." At the end of each chapter, Weaver provides you with a list of questions and keyed answers to help you challenge your own understanding of the material. Weaver used 175 primary resources to research this volume. It will be a blessing to your ministry.
In the volumes on 1 Samuel, Nehemiah, and Proverbs, Weaver includes bonus material of content-rich sidebars. As you read Weaver's outlines, you'll see many words and phrases highlighted. These are hyperlinks to more detailed information. Just mouse-over any of these hotlinks and a sidebar will pop up with more detailed study on this particular name, place, idea, or topic. Many of these sidebars contain enough material for fully-alliterated sermons.
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