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Quoted from Pastoral Life magazine: One Sunday morning a pastor got up in the pulpit and apologized for the Band-aid on his face. He said "I was ...
In recent years I have become increasingly aware of the dangerous possibility of making the Word of God sensational. Just as people can watch spellbound ...
A sermon that is not directly drawn from Scripture is orphaned, however bright or clever it may be.
Audiences will listen to a very poor voice, as long as there's fire in it.
The Bible tells us that the most vital and yet the most difficult thing to master is our words. It is not so much what goes in one ear and comes out the ...
Lord, fill my mouth with worthwhile stuff, And nudge me when I've said enough.
When intimidated by who's sitting in the audience, we should remember the King of Kings is also here, and it's his message.
Some of us who have already begun to break the silence of the night have found that the calling to speak is often a vocation of agony, but we must speak. ...
You should never preach a sermon that could just as well have been preached in the first century.
Always speak as one who learns and not as one who knows.
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