[ US /ˈsɝmən/ ]
[ UK /sˈɜːmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a moralistic rebuke
    your preaching is wasted on him
  2. an address of a religious nature (usually delivered during a church service)
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How To Use sermon In A Sentence

  • He was preparing some sermon/bible study thingo.
  • Preachers paid for time to sermonize, listeners could call in, some slots were reserved for Christian music.
  • The WSJ recently had an article about an antitheist ‘preacher’ as it were, who was giving anti-religious sermons to large crowds in France. Matthew Yglesias » The New Atheism
  • John Wesley edited an abridged edition and used it widely to support his sermons.
  • He knew some members of the congregation, including the president, grew restive during his discourse, and would have preferred a more oratorical, hortative style, but he felt his type of sermon was more in keeping with his basic function of teacher, implicit in the word "rabbi. Saturday the Rabbi Went Hungry
  • The Friday sermon is said by a khatib, many of whom are trained in religious institutes.
  • It would surely be progress if significant discourse on tolerance were incorporated into educational curricula, religious sermons, and public speech.
  • When it came time for the sermon, he watched the minister take off his wristwatch and place it on the pulpit.
  • Now that's what I call a powerful Christian sermon. Archive 2009-01-04
  • In the midst of a sermon, he suffered an apoplectic attack and remained unconscious for the rest of his life.
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