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Why the Sermon?

What is the eternal purpose in this weekly exercise in elocution?

A little girl riding on a bus was overheard asking, "Daddy, where will we be when we get to where we're going?"

That question ought to be asked by preachers and congregations regarding sermons. Where will we be when we arrive at the place the sermon is supposed to take us? Confusion over that question ...

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July 03, 2012  6:46pm

Lots to think about here. God's glory is indeed greater than any preacher can imagine and every preacher should want not only to praise God, but desire His Praise more than man's. But though His glory is greater, it is not out of reach , and if I could only taste and then share this wonder of His glory, I would be amazed and hungry to preach even more.

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