While I like the thought of having almost an entire week in which to think about the sermon and what God is saying to me in the midst, I'm realizing that I have less time to let things stew than that. Yesterday, my sermon, which mainly happened on Saturday when I was getting over being sick, didn't match the paragraph I had placed in the bulletin.
I suppose I ought to be glad that people were listening for the content of that paragraph...which means they ended up listening to the whole sermon! But I can't be satisfied if all they took away from the service on Sunday was "she didn't preach what she said she was going to preach".
What is this preaching moment, and when we try to help people to catch ahold of our sermons are we locking ourselves into something?
Or am I just so disorganized that I can't find my sermon in the midst of everything else before I have to get the bulletin info to my congregation?
In any case, no sermon notes for this week. Sermon title, yes. Notes, no.
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