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Chad Walsh wrote an intriguing book entitled Early Christians of the Twenty-First Century. He provoked my thinking with words like these:
The church, if it expects to rouse from lethargy, must know why it exists and what God expects it to accomplish.
Sermons affect different people in different ways: some rise to go greatly strengthened; some awake greatly rested.
I recently wrote to a close friend explaining that I had problems sleeping at night. When her next letter arrived, I learned that she has this problem ...
The amount of sleep required by the average person is about an hour more.
I believe a very large majority of churchgoers are merely unthinking, slumbering worshipers of an unknown God.
I fear preaching in such a way that when people hear about God, they'll want only to yawn.
Surely the preacher's greatest sin is to put people to sleep with the greatest story ever told.
Satan has got men fast asleep in sin, and that is his great device to keep them so. He does not care what we do, if he can do that.
In biblical days prophets were astir while the world was asleep; today the world is astir while church and synagogue are busy with trivialities.
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