"Expository Preaching: expository sermons from the Gospels"
by Dr Andrew C S Koh
Expository Preaching: expository sermons from the Gospels
From the Gospels narratives
Available in PDF, MOBI, and ePub

Reviews: The author has biblical knowledge, that is clear. This book is a no-nonsense read that sticks to the foundations of the Bible. Expertly translated into everyday lingo. This book is a MUST for believers. Makes a great gift for a non-believer too, Tiffany Townsend, Amazon, Apple, Goodreads, Bookbub, 5 stars. Very informative and easy-to-read sermons from the Gospel of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These sermons are written for people from different walks of life. A great Bible study for everyday use. This book is also great in encouraging children to learn the Gospels and understand them better. I am on the ARC team. I leave an honest review. I recommend this book to other readers, J Sharmani, Amazon, 5 stars This was an enlightening book about the gospels. I took a college class in college that compared the texts of the gospels and this book nicely complimented that class. This book would be a lovely addition to anyone's library on Christianity, Rowan E Creech, Goodreads, Bookbub, 5 stars How does one move from sound exegesis to an engaging, biblical sermon? It’s a daunting task, to say the least. The Bible is rich with God’s wisdom. Yet one must develop a good understanding of the customs, language, geography, and politics of the era in the different books in the Bible in order to truly appreciate the teachings. The thirty New Testament expository sermons in this book gave me a foretaste of what one can expect from such an endeavor, R F Whong, Amazon, Goodreads, 4 stars Dr. Andrew C S Koh gives clear and concise expositions on 30 New Testament passages involving the life, miracles, and teachings of Jesus. He gives the background to each passage with good outlines and insight, Rev. Ng Wah Lok The 30 chapters in this book cover many of the key accounts in the narratives of the Gospels. The approach Dr. Andrew Koh has taken is systematic and simple. The book does not merely scratch the surface of the texts, and yet it is not too academic, Jason Fong