Idiom Of Hand


Well, we have had a great and challenging time with the series around the idiom “heaven”. Lives were changed thru these sermons! God has laid on my heart to do a series of sermons on the idiom of “hand”. Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “idiom”¬†as an expression that cannot be understood from the meanings of its separate words but that has a separate meaning of its own: a form of language that is spoken in a particular area and that uses some of its own words, grammar, and pronunciations.

Anticipate these sermons built around the idiom, “hands”. Try to match these idioms with a scripture that I might use:

  1. “Get Out of Hand” (to get out of control)
  2. “Close at Hand” (very near)
  3. “Lend a Hand” (help someone or a cause)
  4. “Wash Your Hands of” (to stop something you’re doing)
  5. “Take Matters Into Your Own Hand” (take action on matters yourself)
  6. “In Good Hands” (in care of someone very capable)
  7. “Hands Down” (obviously, unquestionably, without a doubt)

Maybe you have an “hands” idiom. Share it with me and it may end up a sermon!

Preacher Jack