“Preach, for instance, as you would plead if you were standing before a judge, and begging for the life of a friend, or as if you were appealing to the Queen herself on behalf of someone very dear to you. . . . The kind of sermon which is likely to break the hearer’s heart is that which has first broken the preacher’s heart, and the sermon which is likely to reach the heart of the hearer is the one which has come straight from the heart of the preacher.”
Charles H. Spurgeon, The Soul Winner (Kindle Locations 966-967, 974-976). Old LandMark Publishing. Kindle Edition.
TOMORROW’S READING: Jeremiah 7-9, 1 Timothy 2-3