An enjoyable sermon I must say

An enjoyable sermon I must say, it was full of laughter while he gives jokes as he speaks, this sermon is mostly about the use of our mouth very compelling to an extent, and having God in your mouth and not the devil. The scripture for the sermon is Exodus 4:10-13(NIV) “Moses said to the Lord, pardon your servant, Lord I have never been eloquent, neither in the past nor since you have spoken to your servant. I am slow of speech and tongue. The Lord said to him, who gave human beings their mouths? Who makes them deaf or mute? Who gives them sight or makes them blind? Is it not I, the Lord? Now go; I will help you speak and will teach you what to say. But Moses said, pardon your servant, Lord. Please send someone else.” The purpose of this message is to supply individuals with wisdom to make it clear that when God asks us to do something that demands us to articulate he empowers us to do that through the indwelling Holy Spirit. From my personal standpoint based on the sermon, I came to an understanding that; everything that comes out of your mouth makes its impression and leaves its influence on your life whether it is good, bad, positive, negative, faith, fear, health, blessing or curse. Also, for you to walk in victory and manifest Gods best in your life individuals must submit their tongue to the control of the holy spirit and also persons must train their mouth to speak the words of the Lord and the word of God will come to pass in your life. By my reckoning, I think that Dr. Evans presenting the sermon base on his viewing “world in front of the text”. Since he voice that “God knew that your tongue was so dangerous; he put it behind bars called teeth and put it in a cage called your mouth”, he also stated that ” the holy spirit wants to audibilize your communication, but unless you are in contact with him, you will not hear him”. Nevertheless, Dr. Evans delivered the sermon in high quality because his language, vocabulary, voice inflection was excellent. He always made eye contact with the church members; always move around to engage with the audience.
Dr. Evans made a very important point that I found very intriguing he stated that ” we speak in accordance with the will of God, as the holy spirit gives us utterance” meaning that, the way that God enables Christians to vocalize the truth is through the holy spirit, who dwells within us and also God becomes our novelist and control the words we say even in the most difficult of circumstances. This text primarily will support you with the knowledge that the Holy Spirit who dwells in you will guide your speech, also informs you that when God calls you to speak the truth to others He will give you the word to speak when that time comes. However, a part of the sermon was a bit complex because being a Christian does not mean that every word that comes out of their mouth is going to be holy. No human being is perfect so there are capable of speaking corrupt at times. He basically preached this lesson to encourage Christians. Despite my assumptions, from my perspective, Dr. Evans thoroughly understands what was in the text but his explanation was ineffective. This sermon would be more productive if he approached the text with eagerness and an expectation that persons will be surprised by what the texts reveal. Howbeit, I hope Dr. Tony Evans continues to grow in effectiveness as a preacher.