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One Hundred Sermons - Short & Sweet

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These hundred small sermons are a write-up from memory of sermons that were first given live to a congregation, so they are somewhat more formal than the original spoken word.
A short and sweet sermon is a concise, encouraging word about a Bible passage that has come up in the readings of the day. Lightweight sermons are meant to be brief, with a punch and usually just one main message. These hundred small sermons are a write-up from memory of sermons that were first given live to a congregation, so they are somewhat more formal than the original spoken word.

The idea of publishing these sermons is first of all for the reader to enjoy them and perhaps see the relevant Scripture passage in a new light. A minister or preacher may wish to borrow a thought or a prayer, or the whole sermon and use it with another congregation.

Bible quotations are limited to one or at the most two for each short sermon, although there are usually several more unmarked Bible references in each. Included at the back of the book are an index of Scripture references and a thematic index to aid study.
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Product Code1501450
NameOne Hundred Sermons - Short & Sweet
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorGerald O'Mahony
ISBN9781848677289
Barcode9781848677289
Short DescriptionThese hundred small sermons are a write-up from memory of sermons that were first given live to a congregation, so they are somewhat more formal than the original spoken word.
Pack Size1
CoverPaperback
Date Published1 Sep 2014
Lead Time2 weeks (approx.) if out of stock
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Gerald O'Mahony

Gerald O'Mahony was born in Wigan, Lancashire. He joined the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) at the age of 18, and was ordained priest aged 30. Gerald was a school teacher for four years, before being invited to join the team of advisers in religious education for the Archdiocese of Liverpool.

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