You know the little sample vials of perfume you sometimes get in a store? Well, a pastor I know made use of a number of those in a worship service. Let me tell you about it.
This man was preaching from 2 Corinthians 2:15: “For we are to God the aroma of Christ among those who are being saved, the fragrance of life.”
Anyway, he got enough of those perfume samples so everyone got one when handed a bulletin that read, “Do not release the perfume until told to do so.” Then during the message this pastor painted his picture of us being the smell of life to a dying world.
When he finished, he asked everyone to release the aroma by breaking the tiny neck of the perfume vials. It was beautiful! I’ll never forget the sensation, how it brought life to the minister’s words.
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