In the face of present day trends to turn away from Biblical preaching to mere human doctrine, gimmickry, entertainment, etc., it is necessary to point out men who engage in the kind of preaching which God demands: doctrinal preaching!
Men must see that authority inherently resides in God because he is creator of the world and man. The details of God's authority are made known to man in the Bible, the word of God.
Many men have long been soldiers in the army of Christ and have served the Lord valiantly through the pulpit and through the many article they have written.
As with Paul, these men desire is to please Christ, not man. On Monday morning, the Lord’s preacher, as he reminisces back over the previous day’s activities, is not so concerned with, “Wonder how that lesson went over with the brethren,” or “Wonder what they thought of that,” or “Wonder how they’ll react to that lesson,” or “Wonder if that gave satisfaction.” Rather, his chief concern is, “Did that sermon please the Lord? Can I confidently look up and see assuredly the smiling approval of the Father?”
Brethren, it is the Master and not men that we are to please. Now, if in pleasing God first, men are also made happy, well and good. But never, oh never, at the sacrifice of truth or the compromise of principle are we to gain the flighty favor of man to the forfeiting of divine approbation. Remember, too, that Paul said, “For do I now persuade men, or God? or do I seek to please men? for if I yet pleased men, I should not be the servant of Christ.” (Gal. 1:10).
Here are two links with articles from many of these men: