And being Jim Carrey, he managed to be funny while he was preaching.
According to the transcriber, Kerry “asserted that [Qatar's prime minister] was preaching to the converted.”
They are in danger of becoming a regional party, preaching to a shrinking base.
And fearing a primary challenge in Kentucky, McConnell is back to preaching the GOP gospel of reaction on the debt limit.
Bishop T.D. Jakes says preaching the gospel of forgiveness is a sermon that never gets old or loses its meaning.
An old acquaintance once said to me, What are you preaching now?
Far off, in the almost empty nave, an ecclesiastic was preaching.
This Crandall thinks these men I fired are martyrs, and he's preaching a crusade.
When we are preaching to them, we should give them our very best.
Thus, the doctrine which He has been preaching to the Pharisees is brought out in all its power.
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).