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Our apologies to anyone who tuned into the livestream last Sunday evening. We had to cancel due to unforeseen technical difficulties. Because my Spanish is not extremely fluent, I rely upon translators and technology to fill the gap. But here is an audio recording of that message in Spanish (pardon the imperfect pronunciation).

Heading forward, we are going to do whatever we can to have a live, in-person translator. If you would like to pencil in the next monthly outreach meetings, they are:

Lord’s day (Sunday), October 30, at 7:00 p.m. (Eastern)

Lord’s day (Sunday), November 27, at 7:00 p.m. (Eastern)

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Nuestras disculpas a cualquiera que haya sintonizado la transmisión en vivo el pasado domingo por la noche. Tuvimos que cancelar debido a dificultades técnicas imprevistas. Debido a que mi español es no extremadamente fluido, confío en traductores y tecnología para llenar el vacío. Pero aquí hay una grabación de audio de ese mensaje en español (perdón por la pronunciación imperfecta).

En el futuro, haremos todo lo posible para tener un traductor en vivo y en persona. Si desea apuntar a lápiz las próximas reuniones mensuales de divulgación, son:

Día del Señor (domingo), 30 de octubre, a las 19:00 h. (Eastern)

Día del Señor (domingo), 27 de noviembre, a las 19:00 h. (Eastern)

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R.L. Dabney. “. . . the expository method (understood as that which explains extended passages of Scripture in course) [must] be restored to that equal place which it held in the primitive and Reformed Churches; for, first, this is obviously the only natural and efficient way to do that which is the sole legitimate end of preaching, convey the whole message of God to the people.”

R. B. Kuiper. “In short, expository preaching demands that, by careful analysis of each text within its immediate context and the setting of the book to which it belongs, the full power of modern exegetical and theological scholarship be brought to bear upon our treatment of the Bible. The objective is not that the preacher may parade all this scholarship in the pulpit. Rather, it is that the preacher may speak faithfully out of solid knowledge of his text, and mount the pulpit steps as, at least, “a workman who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.”

Ligon Duncan. “Expository preaching is the faithful explanation and application of the Bible in which the text of Scripture supplies the matter of the preacher’s exhortations rather than the preacher using the text as an occasion for his own expostulations, however helpful they may be.”

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