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  1. Has anybody ever considered that a sermon preached from the heart of a pastor who has experienced what he is talking about and who loves his congregation will be loved and heard by them?

    Has anybody ever also considered that even the most beloved and respected pastor will have a congregation that is distracted and tired on some days?

    Has anybody ever considered that surfing the net to find out ‘how to engage your audience’ is the act of a desperate person?

    I am a member of the body of Christ, NOT a member of an ‘audience’. A group of believers is visited by Jesus Christ, as he said ‘where there are two or three gathered in My Name, there I am’. NOTHING a human being does will EVER be able to replace the presence of God in a meeting and if whoever is preaching is preaching HIS word, then there does not need to be any analysis of the situation.

    Go to God, get on your knees, and ask GOD what you should say to your congregation. HOW they respond is up to them and between them and GOD and NOT anybody’s business, including an unknown expert on the internet.