Everyone has opinions about sermons. Those of us who deliver them are always looking for the most effective way to get one across. The great majority of people—those who have to listen to them—have opinions also.
Most preachers spend far more time on the introduction than on the conclusion, and I think that’s a mistake.
Would a sales person spend all his time planning a pitch for the product without a thought as to getting the customer’s name on the dotted line? The signature is the whole point.
The response to the sermon is the point of the message. Read More