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  1. A solid structure, a lively skeleton, inarguably makes your messages more life-giving. They will be clearer, more interesting, and easier both to follow and to remember.
  2. But what God’s people want and need more than a perfect sermon, or even necessarily a polished one, is a true one.
  3. The ancients had a process for preparing to give a speech that has come down to us as the so-called “canons” (or stages) of rhetoric, which continues to be useful for orators of all kinds, not least preachers.
  4. “What’s the play about?” Imogene asked. “It’s about Jesus,” I said. “Everything here is,” she muttered.
  5. For preachers with ears to hear and eyes to see, good stories are all around us.

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