Need your help finding ALLITERATED OUTLINES like Holman NT, JB Phillips, Wiersbe

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Myke Harbuck | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Nov 26 2019 7:36 AM

I'm trying to identify any and all resources available in Logos and ebooks that have alliterated or well organized teaching outlines, items like this:

Im familiar with:

  • JB Phillips
  • John Butler (he goes crazy with the alliteration! Way too much! LOL)
  • Warren Wiersbe
  • Baker Sermon Outlines
  • Holman NT Commentary.

I usually teach expository messages, verse by verse, through a chapter or large block of text. While I am good at exegeting the text, I stink at packaging the passage in outline form, which I think helps the audience capture and retain the main applications of the text.

What other works, commentaries or otherwise, are available? Any and all suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks again!

Myke Harbuck
Lead Pastor, www.ByronCity.Church
Adjunct Professor, Georgia Military College

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DAL | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 26 2019 8:34 AM

Adrian Rogers uses alliteration a lot and it’s well developed! John MacArthur in his commentaries and sermon archive uses alliteration also.

My all time favorite is Adrian Rogers! 👍😁👌

DAL

Ps. Tony Evans uses alliteration too, but I don’t want to preorder his sermon archive because it will not have the sermon outlines included.  The only sermon archive that includes both outlines and manuscripts is the one by Adrian Rogers.  Excellent material!

Rod Mattoon is great too, but it’s stuck in prepub limbo.  I gave up on it, so I own it in WORDsearch.

Pulpit pages is another excellent collection of alliterated sermons on both the OT and NT with a topical volume included. Available in Logos!

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David P. Moore | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 26 2019 8:40 AM

Hi Myke,

I would also check out Willmington's Outline Bible, Campbell's Preach for a Year, and possibly The Bible Panorama.

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Mattillo | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 26 2019 8:44 AM

David P. Moore:

Hi Myke,

I would also check out Willmington's Outline Bible, Campbell's Preach for a Year, and possibly The Bible Panorama.

I was just about to suggest the Outline Bible but David beat me to it so yeah... what he said Yes

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Mattillo | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 26 2019 8:45 AM

Outline Bible

SECTION OUTLINE EIGHT (ACTS 8)

After Stephen’s death, most of the believers flee, still preaching the gospel. Philip preaches in Samaria and witnesses to an Ethiopian eunuch in Gaza. Simon the sorcerer tries to purchase the Holy Spirit’s power and is rebuked by the apostles.

I. Saul the Persecutor (8:1–3)

A. He approves the death of Stephen (8:1) .

B. He attempts the destruction of the church (8:2–3).

II. Philip the Preacher (8:4–826–40)

A. His public ministry in Samaria (8:4–8)

1. The person of Philips message (8:4–5): Philip tells the Samaritans about the Messiah.

2. The power of Philips message (8:6–8)

a. The sick are restored (8:7b).

b. The possessed are released (8:6–7a).

c. The people rejoice (8:8) .

B. His private ministry in Gaza (8:26–40)

1. His message from an angel (8:26) : Philip is instructed to go to the Gaza desert.

2. His meeting with a eunuch (8:27–40)

a. The charge given to the eunuch (8:27) : Candace, Queen of Ethiopia, has entrusted all her riches to him.

b. The confusion of the eunuch (8:28–34): Philip finds this man reading from the Scriptures.

(1) The passage (8:28) : He is reading from Isaiah 53:7–8 and cannot understand what he is reading.

(2) The problem (8:29–34): The eunuch asks Philip if the prophet is speaking of himself or someone else.

c. The clarification to the eunuch (8:35) : Philip preaches the gospel to him!

d. The conversion of the eunuch (8:36–37): He confesses that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and Philip baptizes him.

3. His ministry at Azotus (8:38–40): After the eunuch is baptized, the Holy Spirit immediately catches Philip away and brings him to the city of Azotus, where Philip resumes his teaching as he travels to Caesarea.

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DAL | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 26 2019 8:47 AM

Mattillo:

David P. Moore:

Hi Myke,

I would also check out Willmington's Outline Bible, Campbell's Preach for a Year, and possibly The Bible Panorama.

I was just about to suggest the Outline Bible but David beat me to it so yeah... what he said Yes

Ditto!

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Myke Harbuck | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 26 2019 8:56 AM

DAL:

Adrian Rogers uses alliteration a lot and it’s well developed! John MacArthur in his commentaries and sermon archive uses alliteration also.

Tony Evans uses alliteration too, but I don’t want to preorder his sermon archive because it will not have the sermon outlines included.  The only sermon archive that includes both outlines and manuscripts is the one by Adrian Rogers.  Excellent material!

Rod Mattoon is great too, but it’s stuck in prepub limbo.  I gave up on it, so I own it in WORDsearch.

Pulpit pages is another excellent collection of alliterated sermons on both the OT and NT with a topical volume included. Available in Logos!

Dr Rogers; Forgot about his work. Excellent material, indeed! Thanks.

MacArthur: I dont see that his works have any kind of logical outline to them, just passage headings like Bibles do.

Mattoon. Love his work. I have it in WS too, and refer to it often. WS has tons of excellent outlines, just substandard software! LOL.

Pulpit Pages: Had in my library and didnt know about it. Thank you!

Tony Evans: Drives me crazy that the sermon archives aren't better organized, as pricey as they are.

THANK YOU BROTHER!

Myke Harbuck
Lead Pastor, www.ByronCity.Church
Adjunct Professor, Georgia Military College

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Mattillo | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 26 2019 11:37 AM

Myke Harbuck:

MacArthur: I dont see that his works have any kind of logical outline to them, just passage headings like Bibles do.

You have to dig into his commentaries to find them.  He doesn't list them right off the bat or in a ToC but in every chapter he will discuss the chunk as a whole and then work his way through chunks which is where you'd get your outline material from.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 26 2019 12:34 PM

Myke Harbuck:
I'm trying to identify any and all resources available in Logos and ebooks that have alliterated or well organized teaching outlines

You can perform a Basic Search for Heading:outline BEFORE  <Bible Acts>  if studying Acts. If necessary, you can restrict it to specific chapters.

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DAL | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 26 2019 2:52 PM

Mattillo:

Myke Harbuck:

MacArthur: I dont see that his works have any kind of logical outline to them, just passage headings like Bibles do.

You have to dig into his commentaries to find them.  He doesn't list them right off the bat or in a ToC but in every chapter he will discuss the chunk as a whole and then work his way through chunks which is where you'd get your outline material from.

Yeah, what Matillo said 👍😁👌

Not everything is alliterated but you’ll find quite a few that are.

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