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People spend too much time studying the Bible for their people. The mind of a preacher… has been trained for all these years to give monologues, and the thought of people interacting as peers with him on the text or message is almost terrifying. Frankly, one of my greatest personal regrets in twenty-five years of preaching is that I don’t feel I taught my people how to study the Bible for themselves, either as individuals or in a group. I think I’ve been a fairly good preacher. People took notes and were very affirming about what I preached. So I think my preaching was definitely meeting a need. But now as I look back, I feel I…

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