Preaching for Small Audiences

Plain Sermons (cover)The preacher of Christ, who labors for the glory of God more than to accomplish any other end, does not feel discouraged if he has a small audience, nor if he does not see any special results from his labors at certain times and places. He does not aim to make a show of success, but tries so to read and pray, preach and exhort, that his labors may be to God’s glory. As a result, he keeps his thoughts heavenward rather than earthward, and is not discouraged by unfavorable appearances. He does not speak in complaining terms to those who are present because those who are absent are not disposed to hear him preach.

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