When preachers deliver a sermon and boil it down to three points, I sometimes question where they get the three-points from. Sometimes, they draw them from a single passage of Scripture; and sometimes they get them from separate but related pieces of Scriptures. If we try to squeeze three points from a passage it can probably be done but the question is: Is it proper to do so? Can every sermon be boiled down to three points? I’m not convinced it should be done or can be done. Sometimes, a passage of Scripture only has one main point and no sub-points or no sub-points at all. But when preachers preach a three-point sermon, I think it might be for either our own benefit. It also does make it easier to walk away from the pew remembering three simple points of a message. Maybe listeners do prefer three-points in a sermon.