Look at it this way: If you're Likud, you don't publish something in Haaretz to preach to the converted.
We should partner with them to get the message across, have them at the table, and listen rather than preach.
But the truth is we both kinda … preach; and we both take in our surroundings and try to mirror it.
preach often,” he urged his brothers in religion, according to Franciscan tradition, “and use words if necessary.
If you haven't heard Christine Caine preach, you're missing one of the best young evangelists in the world.
He will preach to whatever audiences he can gather around him.
preach this doctrine to husbands, and the married women will adore thee.
No, I do not preach—mainly because I have nothing to preach.
And so we are called 'mystics' when we preach Christ in the heart.
To his ears, its many tongues tell nothing, or preach only heresy.
at first in late Old English predician, a loan word from Church Latin; reborrowed 12c. as preachen, from Old French preechier "to preach, give a sermon" (11c., Modern French précher), from Late Latin praedicare "to proclaim publicly, announce" (in Medieval Latin "to preach"), from Latin prae "before" (see pre-) + dicare "to proclaim, to say" (see diction). Related: Preached; preaching. To preach to the converted is recorded from 1867 (form preach to the choir attested from 1979).