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Sermon Outlines for Funeral Services: Easy to Use Sermon Outlines by Charles R. Wood
Sermon Outlines on Expository Preaching (Wood Sermon Outline Series) by Charles R. Wood
Sermon Outlines on First Corinthians (Wood Sermon Outlines) (Wood Sermon Outline Series) by Charles R. Wood
Sermon Outlines on Gospel Passages (Wood Sermon Outline Series) by Charles R. Wood
Sermon Outlines on Great Doctrinal Themes (Wood Sermon Outline Series) by Charles R. Wood
Sermon Outlines on Prayer (Wood Sermon Outline Series) by Charles R. Wood
Sermon Outlines on Selected Psalms (Wood Sermon Outline Series) by Charles R. Wood
Sermon Outlines on Sermon on the Mount (Wood Sermon Outline Series) by Charles R. Wood
Sermon Outlines on the Book of Proverbs (Wood Sermon Outline Series) by Charles R. Wood

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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