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WOW! I didn't see any of the wonder in the text at first, I saw what you saw. I would love more articles like this. Not only is it helpful for preaching, it's helpful for simply being a child of God. THANK YOU!!!
Beautiful. appreciate the transparency, brother.
Thanks Mark for the helpful reminders ... to be wary of making the sermon sound wooden, to connect well with the audience and help them connect with people in the ancient times, and to issue the call for action.
This is rich! One of those messages you copy and keep so you can pass it on to others.
May God help us make His Word come alive in the minds and hearts of HIs people.
As a primarily right-brained, artistic pastor who loves music and drama, I thrill to read this, and I thank you for sharing it! At the same time, there are primarily left-brained people for whom I'm guessing such an approach might not be nearly as meaningful. Still, the main point is well taken. Such are the challenges of preaching, aren't they?
Just what I needed to read this morning. Love that Psalm!
This talk struck a deep liking of the improved text for a sermon!
Show. Don't tell...
Those examples are beautiful!
(And hard to emulate).
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