Piety, knowledge and blessing…

Now the things which ought most to be thought of by the preacher, are piety and knowledge, and the blessing of God. Skill, however valuable, is far less important than these; and there is danger that rhetorical studies will cause men to forget that such is the case.

John Broadus
On the Preparation and Delivery of Sermons

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