Every sermon strives to be great. But, let’s face it, some sermons are greater than others.
So what’s the trick? What makes a sermon great? For that matter, what makes any life-experience great?
This Shabbat, the Shabbat preceding the holiday of Passover, is called Shabbat HaGadol, the Great Shabbat. By unveiling the mystery behind the Great Shabbat we will discover the secret not only to great sermons, but to greatness in general.
Inspired by a magnificently “great” teaching of the Strasheler, this “great” sermon will answer: What is Shabbat? What is greatness? What is a great Shabbat? And: Why does Shabbat HaGadol precede Passover?
There are two types of sermons – those that are simply great and those that simply grate on your nerves.
Come with great expectations, and leave with greater results.