Gospel of Jesus Christ: Session 5

Welcome to session number five, the preaching class. Willing to bet that most of you have heard the statement that you should say things three times you expect people to remember them. I remember attending an American Management Association class, way back in the 1980s. And we were talking about getting points across presentations. And the instructor said that you need to say things three times for people to remember them and to comprehend them properly. I always wondered what that meant. And the instructor that time never elaborated on what the three times are. Am I supposed to repeat the same thing Three times and hope that the person or persons I’m talking to get it. Well, several years ago, a lot of years ago now think about it. I came into contact with something called neuro linguistic programming. And I did some studies on neurolinguistics. And I found that the three times rule really comes from neuro linguistics. Now, there are three ways that we learn. Now this is use of our senses to some degree. They are visual learning, auditory learning, learning and kinesthetic learning. They are people who need to see, to understand, simple enough to hear in order to learn and kinesthetic people By feelings, they must feel it. I’m gonna have to explain a little bit further and seven will also process information if you bring it in. You bring your own information so you should say visually auditorily, kinesthetically when you return it on processing information, and then will spit the information out of if you will. And for 99% of the population if you’re a visual learner, you will pass along information, visually, auditorily or kinesthetically. With the rise in computer programs and games, we’ve probably teaching a lot of kids to be visual learners even though they may they may not be. Now let me tell you there are ways to tell whether someone is a visual and auditory or kinesthetic learner now 45% of the population are visual learners. Through 5%, auditory auditory learners and that leaves about 10% for kinesthetics. Not going too deep into it. You can actually tell when you’re talking to someone by the movement of their eyes. There’s my eyes There you can see him by the movement of the eyes, whether someone’s a visual learner, a kinesthetic learner, an auditory learner, basically, visual learners tend to look up as listening to you, they’re thinking and they’re very new information and tend to look up and when they actually look to the left or the right, but the key is they’re looking up. You might think that they’re not looking at you and ignoring you, but actually, they are hearing you, but they’re visualizing what you’re saying. People have charts charts, graphs, anything visual will convey information. Now an auditory learner can make the transition their eyes straight years. That means that they are processing and analyzing and they’re thinking, talking about on the other hand and now you are you’re dealing with a kinesthetic they’re hearing the words and thinking about what how it makes them feel. That’s probably the best way to describe it. But they’re not. Wow, let me stop there. Let it go there for a second. Best way to say it. For those who write a tune to NLP which questions most of the population will tend to see the eye movement and think it means something else. I just did it there. I looked up for a second, as I hadn’t been a visual learner. How else can I tell if your visual auditory kinesthetic is I listen to how you say things. a visual learner will say, Oh, I see your point. This is simplistic. Right? Bear that in mind. Another person will say I hear what you’re saying. The kinesthetic person might say this is how I feel. You’re saying this. not mean that a visual person might not use auditory language. A kinesthetic person might not say I see you moving for general. general trends. Now, here’s the fun part, say three times. So the first time you make your point, you may be visually visual and assume he could be graphic. Could be a picture could be the fact that you have an outline up on the screen. That’s visually you can tell them I see this, I see that you can use that for the language, then you say it a second time. And now you talk about hearing. Maybe you have some music playing maybe you have some sound play, or you’re simply using the words someone so heard such and such, instead of selling some sauce. Instead, you use hearing language. So you see visual language now you can use auditory hearing language and kinesthetic, you’re going to say, this is how it makes me feel when I think of these words that Jesus said. So you can say, again, in exam, try to come up with examples right off the cuff. When you’re looking at words of Jesus, you can say, I see such and such. When Jesus said, such and such, I heard this, whatever, from Jesus, and when Jesus said, blah, blah, blah, made me feel nice and warm, and kind of closing inside. But works Believe it or not, it does work. So inside of your composition style sermon, and you have 31234 if you can say things visually, auditorily kinesthetically. You want to capture everyone that’s Keep everyone want to take a look at them and ask you to find some information about about these kinds of learning and to take a look at a past passage and ask you to write down how to talk about these different ways. Okay, number five number six.