Tag Archives: listening

Debate

All around the world preachers preach to people who generally agree with them. If they did not generally agree, they would not keep on attending and supporting such preaching. It is my contention that if we are truly interested in … Continue reading

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In The News: How Many Heard?

We read in the Bible of Jesus and the apostles speaking before large crowds of people.  Could so many really hear and understand what was said?  This is a question asked by critics of the Bible.  It is also joked … Continue reading

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Parables: Hearing

“Nature has given us two ears, two eyes, and but one tongue – to the end that we should heard and see more than we speak.” ~ Socrates “I like to listen.  I have learned a great deal from listening … Continue reading

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Acts of Worship – Proclamation of God’s word (Preaching/Reading)

We show reverence to God by listening to what He has said.  The early church listened to preaching (Acts 20:7, 20; Romans 1:15; 1 Corinthians 14; 2 Timothy 4:1-5).  They also listened to the scriptures being read (Colossians 4:16; 1 … Continue reading

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