sermon in Polish
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On that day, Mr Mordaunt saw a crowd of people appear that rarely had the pleasure of coming and listening to his sermons.
He should at least have made this stipulation: that the elf must conjure the sermon into his head.
The sermon was boring.
I? What the deuce! Let them get married if they have any one to marry 'em. They came here and bore us stiff with their prayers and sermons. What we need isn't sermons, but hard cash and plenty of it.
"What's happened?" said the vicar, putting the ammonite on the loose sheets of his forth-coming sermon.
A pious brother set on the front pew during the Sunday morning sermon.
“Very good,” said Father Yakov, laying his open hand on Kunin’s sermons which were lying on the table.
And the sermons?
But the sermon was over, and they brought out the cross.
He was awakened at the end of the sermon by the voice of an angel.
an address of a religious nature (usually delivered during a church service): homily, baccalaureate, discourse, kerygma, speech, kerugma, preaching, address, evangelism, preachment
a moralistic rebuke: lecture, speech, preaching, talking to