3 Ways to respond to someone preaching in public

๐ŸŽ™- 3 Ways to respond to someone preaching in public

Many of us have heard someone preaching in public and might have been unsure of how best to act around them. Some believers shy away from being associated with the preacher. While some believers simply look away because of how most people perceive those who preach in public.

In this episode, I discuss 3 great ways you can respond to someone preaching in public:

1. Listen to what the person is preaching.

2. Say a prayer for the preacher and the hearers.

3. Show a gesture of support to the preacher.

Listen, learn, enjoy and share your thoughts.

Let me know what you think.

โ†’ How else can we respond to someone preaching in public?ย 

โ†’ Do you preach in public places? How would you like fellow believers to support you while doing so?

I look forward to reading your comments and be sure to share this episode with your friends.

You can also check these posts for motivation to preach the Gospel and overcome any fears you might have about doing it.

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โ™ฆ Speaking up: Overcoming the fear of questions & what-ifs


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  • Oladipo
    Posted at 18:44h, 21 August Reply

    I should adopt point 2 & 3. I’ve done point 2 but not as an habit, maybe also because many times, it’s a โ€œmixed gospelโ€ like don’t do this or you’ll go to hell with a little sprinkle of the good news. I guess that’s where the point of a private discussion comes into play ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”.
    The boldness is beautiful to see though.

    • Oyinkansola Odunlami
      Posted at 17:04h, 28 August Reply

      I get you. I think it’s just important for us to consciously respond in a better way than one that’s unhelpful either to the preacher or hearers of the message.
      Yup, the boldness is commendable!
      Thanks for engaging, Dipo.

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