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Use it as a daily devotional
This application will provide you with a daily devotional thought that is practical and timely for your daily inspiration. It draws on the events, cultural trends and issues of the day to help give you a special insight for the day ahead
Daily, you will get a new insight that will help you get a Christian handle on the challenge of the day and week ahead.
If the thought is memorable to you, you can email it to yourself or to a friend.
Edit the devotion for personal use later.
You will be able to edit each devotion, add in your own thoughts and mail it to yourself or a friend.
Assemble your sermon thoughts:
If you are a minister or speaker this application can help you assemble your core thoughts for an upcoming sermon or speech before Christian audiences.
You will be able to select a theme for your speech or sermon from any of 319 categories that range from "abundance" to "Youth" then edit the thought as the core idea of your upcoming presentation.
In addition, you will be able to choose from hundreds of talking points, by subject, that you can also include in your sermon or speech. The talking points include: illustrations, facts, humorous anecdotes, thoughts and other material that will help you get your point across to your audience.
When you have selected your points you can then email them to yourself or sync them with your Google Documents Accounts for further editing.
The devotionals , sermon themes and talking points are drawn from the full database of ideas and talking points at sermonideas.com, the official website of the Roosevelt Wright, Jr. Sermon and Illustration library. If you would like to see the website in full operation visit us at sermonideas.com
Roosevelt Wright, Jr. is a graduate of the University of Louisiana, a member of the teaching staff of the National Congress of Christian Education, a Former State Director of the Louisiana Baptist Youth Encampment, and former Sunday School Lesson writer for the Sunday School Publishing Board. He has served as an instructor in the United Theological Seminary, and drama staff member of the of the National Baptist Congress of Christian Education. He has served as the senior pastor of the New Tabernacle Baptist Church, Monroe, La., since 1976.
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