Faithlife Sermons

Sermon Tone Analysis

Overall tone of the sermon

This automated analysis scores the text on the likely presence of emotional, language, and social tones. There are no right or wrong scores; this is just an indication of tones readers or listeners may pick up from the text.
A score of 0.5 or higher indicates the tone is likely present.
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This Psalm may be regarded as The Preface Psalm, having in it a notification of the contents of the entire Book.
It is the psalmist’s desire to teach us the way to blessedness, and to warn us of the sure destruction of sinners.
This then, is the matter of the first Psalm, which may be looked upon, in some respects, as the text upon which the whole of the Psalms make up a divine sermon.
– C. H. Spurgeon
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This cannot be a team of common men.
Because common men go nowhere.
You have to be uncommon.
Who do you play for?
— Miracle
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