Saturday, July 17, 2010

Preaching Quote ~ C.H. Spurgeon

"The sermon itself is the main thing: its matter, its aim, and the spirit in which it is brought before the people, the sacred anointing upon the preacher, and the divine power applying the truth to the hearer—these are infinitely more important than any details of manner. Posture and action are comparatively small and inconsiderable matters, but still even the sandal in the statue of Minerva should be correctly carved, and in the service of God even the smallest things should be regarded with holy care."

- Charles Haddon Spurgeon in "Lectures to My Students."

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