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Roger Magnuson is a great storyteller, and this message is no exception, as he brings out the metaphor of sermons and sailboats. As with sailing, a good sermon employs theory and technique. The theory a speaker uses must leverage off the solid principles of the Word of God. His technique must play skillfully on all the senses of the human soul. But over and above theory and technique, from whence will come the sermon’s source? What is that singular wind which gives a message life? How do you capture with the sail of spiritual sensitivity the voice of the Lord that fills the sails of all who hear and makes it fun to preach?