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Sermon Tone Analysis

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This automated analysis scores the text on the likely presence of emotional, language, and social tones. There are no right or wrong scores; this is just an indication of tones readers or listeners may pick up from the text.
A score of 0.5 or higher indicates the tone is likely present.
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Anger
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I. God is the Source of Deliverance
A. Deliverance comes from God
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B. There is no deliverance by other gods
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There is no escape from God
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Different kinds of deliverance
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Different kinds of deliverance
A. From danger
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B. From illness
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C. From trouble
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D. From slavery
E. From enemies
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F. From Satan
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G. From the fear of death
H. From all fears
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I. From sin
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J. From the coming wrath
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III.
Deliverance for God’s people
A. God promises deliverance
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B. God’s people are to pray for deliverance
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A. Direct intervention by God
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B. Deliverance by angels
C. Deliverance by human agency
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A. Abraham
B. Moses
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C. Gifted Christians
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D. Joshua
E. The judges
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F. Samuel
G. Saul
H. Jonathan
I. David
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J. Jesus Christ
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The proper response to deliverance
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V. The proper response to deliverance
A. Praise
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B. Delight
C. Thanksgiving
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D. Trust
E. Obedience
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