Church, Preaching

End of Sermon

There have been a couple of times over the years that I’ve ended the message on Sunday with “end of sermon.” This is as much a signal to myself as it is to the congregation. It tend to ramble on a bit, and I have to tell myself to stop talking.

We all have some kind of slightly odd behavior somewhere in our lives. This is why I think quirky things sometimes appeal to us. We find comfort in knowing that others find humor in their own idiosyncrasies.

This is a good thing. We need to celebrate the quirks that make us unique. These are the little reminders that God does not want us all to be the same. He loves diversity and originality when it comes from the inside.


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