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Spurgeon's Humor. Wit, jokes and humor in preaching ministry of Spurgeon
Some years ago there was a documented case in the British Medical Journal about a man who laughed himself well. He actually had a terminal illness, and through the employment of laughter therapy, he allowed his body to successfully fight the disease. While we may grudgingly acknowledge the merit of such a case, for the most part, we find such an incident almost incredible. Can laughter really be that good for us? The Bible definitely supports such a notion.

Message in the Bible - a Christian perspective
Paul writes that he didn't use lofty words and persuasive speech in his message and preaching, but rather depended on the Holy Spirit's power. He did this so that the message he preached wasn't tainted by man's wisdom.

Preaching - a Christian perspective
As Jesus traveled around through all the towns and villages, he stopped at the synagogues to preach the good news. He was constantly preaching about the kingdom and healing people of their ailments.

Speak Up with Confidence [repack]: Carol Kent
A Step-by-Step Guide for Speakers and Leaders. One of the easiest ways to combat such fears is good preparation. You want your audience to pay attention to your message whether you speak to a crowd of thousands or to a classroom of ten.

Lausanne World Pulse - Assessing the Consequences of Preaching to a Larger Audience
In 1900 the ratio of evangelist to hearer of the gospel was 2:1. Today it is 6:1. This is greatly impacting Christianity.

The Difference Between Preaching and Yelling - Into Thy Word Ministries
Preaching is not people hearing you, it's you hearing from God." Dalton was bewildered at his father’s presumption that he could tell him about ministry, and he turned to walk away.

Preaching: The Importance of 'Churning Your Own Butter' - Into Thy Word Ministries
“Enjoyed your message, pastor,” say the many who meet and greet him at the church’s door. All the while, the pastor is curiously racking his grey matter to figure out just what they enjoyed. Wonder why? It must be because this sermon really was good. After all, it sounded so good on the Internet...

Scripture Twisting: What the Bible Says About Homosexuality - Into Thy Word Ministries
Activists, repudiating the obvious meaning of Scripture, run the risk of the sin of unbelief.

Preaching Thoughts - Into Thy Word Ministries
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The Important Place of Preaching - Into Thy Word Ministries
A dull preacher is a contradiction; if he is dull he is not a preacher-Bible dullness is impossible.