Free Friday! Alliterated Sermon Outlines

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Happy Friday everyone! Today’s featured free download is Alliterated Sermon Outlines by John G. Butler.

It may surprise some that the Bible does have some good illustrations of alliteration and other literary devices which give a preacher a good precedence for alliterating his sermon. These biblical illustrations of alliteration are, however, often lost in our English translations; for what alliterates in one language will not always alliterate in another language.

Alliterated Sermon Outlines by John G Butler was written specifically for WORDsearch. John Butler has an amazing gift to alliterate and now he shares with you his step-by-step techniques of alliterating sermon outlines. In this volume, he addresses six aspects of alliteration: the precedence, purpose, practices, props, preparation, and perils.

John G. Butler was born and raised in a small rural community in Iowa. He has been a Baptist minister for over half a century with pastorates in Williamsburg, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan; Chicago, Illinois; and Clinton, Iowa. He is a veteran of the United States Navy, attended Tennessee Temple University ,and graduated from Cedarville University. Butler is also the author of the Studies of the Savior—a ten volume series about Jesus Christ and the Daily Bible Reading—a unique four volume devotional series that emphasizes expository Bible study.

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