Hold on to old truths…

The preacher can be really eloquent only when he speaks of those vital gospel truths which have necessarily become familiar. A just rhetoric, if there were no higher consideration, would require that a preacher shall preach the gospel— shall hold on to the old truths, and labor to clothe them with new interest and power.

John Broadus
On the Preparation and Delivery of Sermons

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