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"Poetry had far better imply things than preach them directly... in the open pulpit her voice grows hoarse and fails."

"We cannot both preach and administer financial matters."

"I want to host a religious show. I'm sure nobody will be wanting the 11 o'clock spot on Sunday morning. I think we should really get some of our own preachers and preach that gay is good. And we'd have a great choir."

"The best sermon is preached by the minister who has a sermon to preach and not by the man who has to preach a sermon."

"Children are God's Apostles, sent forth, day by day, to preach of love, and hope, and peace."

"I'm an atheist, but I'm very relaxed about it. I don't preach my atheism, but I have a huge amount of respect for people like Richard Dawkins who do."

"With the help of dedicated Americans from our party, every party, and no party at all, I intend to mount that stairway to preach peace for our nation and world."

"But I can only take so much TV, because there is so much advice. I find people will preach about virtually anything - your diet, how to live your life, how to improve your golf. The lot. I have always had a thing against the Mister Know-It-Alls."

"And, you know, you try and preach to them there's more to this game than just walking up to home plate, swinging the bat, fielding a ground ball. There's some dedication in it, some love you've got to put into this work."

"Children are God's Apostles, sent forth, day by day, to preach of love, and hope, and peace."

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