There are some preachers who don’t live as people who are teachers of God (Romans 2:17-29). These preacher are weak, giving in to sinful habits like women, smoking, drinking, lying, cursing, watching porn, stealing money, and other bad things (2 Peter 2:1-3). How is it that a preacher can fornicate with the women of his church and still have church members defend him? Why do church members blindly attend church and idolize a preacher that has sin flowing from his pores like flies going after spoiled food.
Another thing about some preachers is how they approach people. How can any preacher expect to convert a person if they insult the person? Yet, that is what some preachers think. Their approach comes off as arrogant, and they still think they can convert people with this approach. Some people might be living in such a way that they will go to hell. But, if a preacher wants to save that person, he shouldn’t approach them with a “you are going to hell attitude.” Preachers need to examine each person and approach them with respect and dignity. As the old saying goes, “one can catch more flies with honey than vinegar” (2 Timothy 2:23-26; Proverbs 14:7; Colossians 4:5-6).