Preaching | Worship

As you well know, sometimes when people are filing out after the service on Sunday they inadvertently say things not quite the way they intended. Here are a few I read sometime back in the Reader’s Digest as reported by pastors in the Berkshire Sampler according to Arthur Myers: “Pastor, you always manage to find something to fill up the time.” “I don’t care what they say, I like your sermons” “If I’d known you were going to be good today, I’d have brought a neighbor.” “Did you know there are 243 panes of glass in these windows?” “We shouldn’t make you preach so often.” Or, in closing, one of my favorites “Pastor, every week you’re better than next week.”

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