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  • He appeared to be preaching and he held an open book in his left hand.
  • They were released on condition they would not preach at this place any longer.
  • The parents took their young son along to watch his father preach.
  • During this period he began preaching, at which he proved to be very popular.
  • He comes across a church service where a minister preaches about respect and faith.
  • He preached the use of a natural science model for political science.
  • They were known to walk out of churches where he began to preach.
  • In the next year and a half the young minister tried to preach four or five times.
  • Nevertheless he is said to have preached to more persons than any man of his time.
  • He held this position for eleven years, during which time he also engaged in preaching.
  • Because of this immediate success, he was asked to preach again the following year.
  • She does not talk about a standard of living, but she preaches it all the time. Cited from The Trade Union Woman, by Alice Henry
  • We have to stand in the middle in order to preach to all people, right and left.
  • He works during the day and preaches at night on the street. Cited from Moody's Anecdotes And Illustrations, by Dwight L. Moody
  • A couple of hours each day are set aside for teaching and preaching.
  • He began to preach about soul winning, and his congregation began to follow his example.
  • He has preached at major universities in all fifty states, as well as other countries.
  • Smith wrote several books and could sing as well as he preached.
  • The first signs of trouble occur only months after his initial efforts to preach.
  • He asked the Society to send him out to preach but received no reply.
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Meaning of preach

  • verb Deliver a sermon
    The minister is not preaching this Sunday
  • verb Speak, plead, or argue in favor of
    The doctor advocated a smoking ban in the entire house