Why do you not practice what you preach?

By Antony Cony D'Souza 

Mangaluru, Nov 11: Why do you not practice what you preach? 

What law or practice you are talking about? Is it traffic, civil, criminal or religious? 

In traffic law, if violated, will not the traffic police take action? 

In civil law, the individual who is affected will sue the other person. 

In criminal law, the government will file a case. 

When the church laws are broken, the church teaches that penal sanctions should have a three-fold aim - repair the scandal, restore justice and reform the offender. (I am not referring to the recent incidents occurred at the Shirva Church, but it is interesting to read till the end). 

But what happens when someone advocates caning for adultery, himself commits the same sin? Will we not call him a hypocrite? 

Last week, an Indonesian man was publicly flogged for adultery, under a draconian law which he himself helped to form it. A member of the same council received 28 lashes in front of a crowd after being caught having an affair with a married woman. His agency used to advise the local government on drafting and implementing ethical and moral codes taught by religious their tradition. 

After the public flogging, one of the onlookers, who witnessed the punishment, said, "No matter who one is. If the law is violated, in the same measure, he or she should be whipped.” 

In our daily life, some may break the law to some extent, for example, a lawyer may break the law, driver may disobey the traffic signals, parents may not practice what they instruct their children or a clergy may not follow his own preaching. Many parents instruct their children to watch an hour of television everyday but hardly children remember whether their parents have ever practiced it. Therefore, one should behave in the same manner as she or he would expect others to behave. 

‘Do as you would have others do’. The idea is an ancient one, expressed in somewhat different form in the Bible (Matthew 23:3). ‘They say and do not’; ‘They preach but do not practice’. This is not something new but repeated over the centuries. It appeared in Dickens’s Old Curiosity Shop (1840) ‘Divines do not always practice what they preach’. 

Why is it easier to preach than to practice? 

Recently, I came across a story which I would like to share here. There was a certain elderly person living in a village. People of all nearby villages used to come to him seeking solutions for their various issues. One day, a couple with their young child, came to him and asked for his help. The couple said, “Please give us a solution as we parents are tired of teaching our child not to eat sweets but he is so reluctant and never obeys us. We are very much hopeful that if you say once to him, he will definitely obey you and stop eating sweets.” All the villagers and devotees sitting there said, “Oh! It is the easiest problem we have heard ever. They presumed the answer from the elder would be quick. But to their surprise, the elderly person asked the couple to come after two weeks for the solution to their problem. 

This news spread as wildfire in all nearby places as why a famous elder like him could not give solution to such a trivial issue. After two weeks a big gathering was there in that place to hear what solution the elderly person is going to give to the couple. The elderly person sat on his seat and called the boy, the son of the couple and said, “Son, do not eat sweet so much as it is harmful for your health. Listen to your parent’s advice.” 

There was pin drop silence there as everyone, including the parents of the boy, were surprised as to why the elderly person took two weeks to address a little issue like this and thought that he could have said the same on the first day itself. 

Realizing this, the elder said, “First you have to follow what you preach others then only you will be in a situation to address the problem thoroughly. When the parents of that boy came to me with the problem, I myself was not in control to curb my desire to eat sweets. So how could I advise him while I am one of the victims addicted to sweets? So first I myself restrained for eating sweet for all these days. Then only I was able to say the same to the child.” 

Is it not a marvelous story how we should practice before we preach? 

Now coming to the statement ‘It is always easier to preach than practice’. We always complain about the corruption and solutions to curb this but when it comes to us we seek a comfort zone and try to justify our acts with absurd reasons. 

People may not believe what we say but they will believe in what we do. Nothing kills credibility faster than not practicing what is preached. A leader underscores discipline and timeliness, yet shows up late for meetings or a leader proclaims people to be the most important assets, and then instigates layoffs to boost profitability. 

Preaching without Practicing! Matt. 23:1-14;   James 1:19-27. 

‘The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few’ Mat.9:37. But sarcastically now a days we find preachers are in plenty and practitioners are few.   

Time comes when the true religious leaders or believers are tested like gold in fire. The story is told about a preacher who caught a bus one day to go to the city. As he boarded the bus he paid the bus conductor Rs 10 as the fare. The actual price for the journey was however only Rs 9.50. The bus conductor returned the pastor 75 paisa change. After some time, the pastor noticed that 25 paisa is given extra to him by the conductor. He got up and approached the bus conductor stating that he was given more change in return. The bus conductor said, "I knew I gave you extra change. I was in your church last week and heard you preach honesty, and I just wanted to see if you practice what you preach." 

I wonder, would we always pass such tests as we heard much about Shirva Church recently? The world is watching, the neighbours are watching, other groups and families are watching, the Lord is watching. The greatest good and the greatest evil to the Gospel, is not so much as to what we preach, but what we do and what we say. 

Just I want share here some of my interesting readings on the above topic recently. Queen Mary was the largest ship to cross the oceans when it was launched in 1936. Through four decades and a World War she served until she was taken off, anchored as a floating hotel and museum in Long Beach, California.   During the conversion, three massive smoke-stacks of her were taken off to be scraped down and repainted. But on the dock, they crumbled. Nothing was left of the ¾ inch steel plate from which the stacks had been formed. All that remained were more than thirty coats of paint that had been applied over the years. The steel had rusted away.   When Jesus called the Pharisees ‘Whitewashed Tombs’ he meant they had no substance, only an exterior appearance. 

We live in a spiritually troubled times in history. Christianity has gone over to the jingle-bell crowd. Everyone is just delighted that Jesus has done all the sorrowing, all the suffering and all the dying. 

"Not everyone who says to me, "Lord, Lord," will enter the kingdom of heaven but only he who does the will of my Father who is in heaven." It is at least important to practice what you preach if you call yourself a ‘Believer’. It is not only ‘Good News’ proclaimed but ‘Good News’ practiced that will win others to the glorious freedom of forgiveness of sins. Are you practicing what you preach? People are not bothered as to how much we read the Bible, but how much our lives are glorifying the Bible. 

Preaching should come in abundance by one’s own practice. In other words, the Holy Spirit does not teach you all things to preach. No, it teaches you all things to do and then teach. Preaching what you do not practice brings out chain of events that were hidden from in the past. All there hidden things are exposed in an unexpected manner. 

Instead of spreading lame stories, playing politics, conceiving gossips, acts of vengeance relating to recent Shirva Church incidents, every church laity must learn to tame their tongues, stop playing with the media, and instead help to bring unity to overcome the situation and staying true to faith in this filthy world.   Those who are spiritual must do something with their faith and try to heal the wounds of the masses by remembering the number of sermons they had delivered in the past on such same topics during the Eucharistic celebrations. Then people will say, “Look, we are healed by those who practice than just preaching.” Is this not a beautiful lesson to the world? 


Comment on this article

  • James Fernandes, Barkur/Chicago

    Sat, Nov 16 2019

    Very few have dropped everything to follow Christ besides the original 12.

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  • Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala/Doha

    Thu, Nov 14 2019

    Hi Olvie,

    Thanks for your inspiring those few words with a convicting message. Only a true Christian, a compassionate heart can write like you " Tho punee boro Zanvdi" by giving an example to those who are burdened with loan warning that " Avoid if you can. Look at me and learn". Nice to hear from you that you still practice those values of human life that you learnt from your parents at a very tender age. Parents role is very important in a society.

    Such your thinking it is hard to find now a days in this selfish world. This is the reason you have been Blessed by the Lord more than anybody else. Keep up the good work Olvie. Let the Good Lord Bless You and Your Family without any bounds.

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  • Olivia Moras, Mangalore / Toronto Canada

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    One more very nicely written article by my brother Cony. Relates to all of us. There is an expectation that preachers are practicing what they preach. At times it's difficult due to situation. However there is no harm in giving a good advice to a Family, friend or colleague in a good intention. " Tho punee boro Zanvdi". Example, those who are burdened with loan still tell friends " Avoid if you can. Look at me and learn".
    Good job Cony Dattu. Proud of you. ...Olivia

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  • Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala/Doha

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    While I looked at the various comments, I felt I must clarify why I chose such Title of my Article.

    Strictly about 4 years I spent my early life in the St. Joseph Seminary. I am very proud to mention that and hold my head up high. During those years most of my seniors who were ordained I know them and also those who were junior to me as well. One among them 6 years senor to me was Udupi Diocese Bishop Dr. Jerald Issac Lobo. I knew him as one of the highly spiritual, intelligent, God fearing, compassionate and well organized seminarian. Even if whole world accuse him intentionally or non-intentionally but I will never. I was much disturbed at the treatment meted out to him on that particular day at Shirva Parish. Of course, he did not deserve that. Whatever decision he took was the wise decision in the interest to protect some values which he was not able to disclose to the Shriva Parishioners perhaps due to some contractual issues. Please let us close this topic here without any further discussions.

    About the Vicar, Fr. D’sa and Fr. Mahesh (May His Soul Rest in Peace.) were much junior to me and I knew them not. Since, all this episode came up due to the demise of a Priest, Fr. Mahesh, I took the topic of my article in general and nowhere it was connected to anybody’s life. After all who am I to judge them ?. Moreover, my brother is a priest from Mangalore diocese so are my two uncles. My all seminary classmates Priest until today are warmly connected each other since 1975.

    Dear Willium
    Wiflyab was a great friend of all priests. May be due to some rare incident he composed that song only with purpose to entertain the people but definitely not from the point of view that we think it now.
    Dear Richard,
    Thanks for your comment as well.

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  • Roshan, Shirva

    Sat, Nov 16 2019

    Sir.. not sure..what made u clarify n again talk on subject of Shirva church. You said.. its nothing to do with this incident and then kept moving around same.

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  • Richard, India

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    Why do you not practice what you preach? The answer is simple sir.
    The olden days preachers preached because it was their calling and were prompted by the Holy spirit. Today we preach because our rice and curry depends on it. We will do away with anyone who affects our 'daily bread. '

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  • Willium Rasquinha, Nandigudda, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    Mr. Cony , when i read your article i quote following lyrics from Amar Konkan Kogul Wilfy Rebimbus famous song "Dhudu Dhudu".

    ದುಬ್ಳೋ ಜರ್ ಮರಣ್ ಗೆಲೊ
    ತೋ ಪೊಯ್ಯಶೆ ನಾಸ್ತಾನಾ
    ಕಾಜಿತೋರ್ ಮರ್ಣಾಕ್ ಯೆತಾ
    ವಿಗಾರ್ ಯೆವ್ನ್ಸೋ ನಾ

    ಗ್ರೇಸ್ಥಾoಘರ್ ಮರಣ್ ಜಲೇಂ
    ಗಾವಾರ್ ಕೆಲಿ ಫೋನ
    ಪಂದ್ರಾ ಪಾದ್ರಿ ಧವೊನ್ ಐಲೆ
    ಮೀಸ್ ಬೆಟೈಥನಾ

    Above lyrics perfectly befitting in todays ongoing situation in our community!

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  • Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala/Doha

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    Reader's Opinion is my strength. I do Appreciate and Thank all reader's for your time, dropping valuable comments and do encourage every writers.

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  • CGS Prabhu, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    Thank you Antony Cony Sir for your interesting, informative and thought provoking article. As you rightly pointed out that its very easy to preach but difficult to practice. Your article gives good thoughts to ponder over. Keep writing, readers love to read your articles.

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  • Robert Pais, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    FIve Kerala nuns were honoured by National Geographic Magazine..
    I feel this is very relevant that every church official from priests to bishop , from laity to nuns read this.

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  • Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala/Doha

    Thu, Nov 14 2019

    Dear Robert Pais

    Am truly humbled by your comment.
    God Bless You.

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  • Alwyn, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    Thank you, Sir. I was a smoker, but not now. My father-in-law was coughing, and the doctor asked him not to smoke.

    I was not able to tell him because I too smoke a lot. After the doctors advise to my father-in-law, I went home thrown all cigarettes. After a few days, I told him not to smoke, and he stopped it. I completed eight years and four months of quitting cigarettes.

    It is hard to follow what we preach, but the result will be 100% positive if the preacher adopts his/her preaching first.

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  • Rony Paul, Manglore, Udupi

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    Wonderful narration Sir. It does contributes as we are responsible Mangalorean readers.

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  • Roger Vinay, Blore

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    Great !

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  • Rajesh, Bendore

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Article was written well. Let us think laity also. We only blame priest. We the people of society always peep into other house no one think in our own house there are many people. Let us also practice some virtues of life as we too being laity give sermon to others. Think before we point out others there are many who point us also.

    many problems.

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  • L N Rego, Bendur

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Dear Conibaab you have expressed your views to balance life. Balancing act of life which in your language is connected with Biblical references as well. Present times will too much of advancement in technology leads for confusion and compromises with the value system. Timely write up will definitely give enlightenment. Good job...Keep writing

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  • James moraes, MUMBAI

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Here I feel Mr.coney DSOUZA is preaching the laity to be good practitioners first and then be preachers or criticise the priests.

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  • Arthur James, Udupi/Manchester

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    From a very close range, I did review this article.
    There is a right approach, no reproach and well balanced.
    Examples and stories given are amusing connecting the code rightly.

    I think tale bearers must have offend many including the Udupi Church Leader & vicar..
    As an offended laity, I take this column to express my grief about such treatment meted out to them.

    Now despite that an olive branch extended; damage control for church reconciliation may win many hearts in the name of our Savior Jesus Christ. Now let us not go by the old standard but by the power of (divination) reconciliation to heal quickly everyone.

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  • Clara Dsouza, Shirva/UAE

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Very beautifully narrated. Worth reading.
    I wish most people read this and analyse on the current Shirva situation.
    May God Almighty enlighten all minds!!
    Thanks for this message.

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  • Kiran Rai, UAE

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    well said , nice thoughts !

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  • Ignatius DSouza, Kanajar

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Well written and an eye opener to everyone.

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  • Ruben Pinto, Mangalore/Australia

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    It is important to remember that the man made laws have evolved over centuries and need of local circumstances. To maintain social harmony, let's first follow these laws and not claim that a particular religion laws are better than other laws.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    To be a good human being one need not go to church, Temple, Mosque and listen to sermons. Be a person who likes to treat other person in the same way, as you like to be treated.......All these religions were man made and not by God if he is only one.

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  • Santosh Bennet VAS, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Well said, be it the Clergy or the Laity, one should lead by example. That said it's the Clergy by virtue of their Vows, advanced theological studies, guidance and training, who should be setting an example to us .. unfortunately, this is not the case today, all over the world and in all Releigion's... What is worrisome is that the heads of these institution:s condone and cover up the follies of their flock, thereby encouraging the other's. Since the subject was on preaching, sadly, today very few sermon's are worth listening too, it may be that the laity are far more aware and knowledgeable than the preacher, today's Sunday sermon, are mostly anecdotes from the Internet, laced with wry humor which many can't understand. Sermon's should be meaningful and give us an insight into leading an upright life, in short we need to learn something new every Sunday, rather than repetitive meaningless ranting at the pulpit.

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  • Santosh Bennet VAS, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Well said, be it the Clergy or the Laity, one should lead by example. That said it's the Clergy by virtue of their Vows, advanced theological studies, guidance and training, who should be setting an example to us .. unfortunately, this is not the case today, all over the world and in all Releigion's... What is worrisome is that the heads of these institution:s condone and cover up the follies of their flock, thereby encouraging the other's.

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  • Vivian George, Mulki

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    There is no other short cut, Oh Man !
    Humble before God and Humble Before Man
    and you will called Priest of Melchizedek (order of Jesus)

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  • Shuhaib Mohammed, Mangalore / Doha

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Nice article, Good for contemplation. Mabrook.

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  • Vivian Tauro, Puttur/Doha

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    'Food for Thought' Great article.
    'Money is the source of all Evil' says Bible.
    Selfless Church will produce Selfless Parishioners.
    Otherwise it will be counter productive as we have seen in the recent times.

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  • Francis M Aranha, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Dear Cony,
    Right article at the right time. May Almighty God Bless us all.

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  • Bonaventure Leo, Udupi, Mangaluru

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    All Christians should be doers of Faith. There is no discrimination in it.
    Before preparing the sermon, one should self-examine, whether their life style glorifies to God.If Head (clergy) is not right than how you expect tails (laity) to follow correctly.

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  • Precilla Fernndes, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Very well said. People should read this and understand this and take it their dumb mind.

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  • Sudheer, Udupi

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Beautiful write up.We have to analyze the root cause of it.
    One cannot be loyal to two masters ( God and Wealth)
    It is a wake up call.

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  • Dan M, Dubai / Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Nobody wants to get corrected that easily, we are always right! attitude or self righteousness seems to be the reason behind it. (Self - righteousness is the most difficult sin to recognize since it is a matter of attitude rather than action.) Romans 10:3.

    Also because of man's ego it is very difficult to follow or to make it follow religiously what has been preached or commanded.

    Best way to deal with that or to overcome it one need to guide lovingly with patience and gentleness 2 Tim 2:23-26.

    Also Love conquers all. 1Cor 13, and keeping in mind that we are all sinners and we also need God's mercy. Luke 18:9-14.

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  • Reshma Lobo, Kuwait/Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Sir..beautiful article at the right time. Before preaching others, we should practice it on ourselves first. Well explained with examples. All the best Sir..

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    da present church, temple & da mosque is a ಬಂಗಾರಾಚೆಂ ತಾಂತಿ ದೊವೊರ್ಚಿ ಕೊಂಬಿ. (golden egg laying hen) so nobody wanted 2 kill da hen.

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  • J.F D Souza, Attavar, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    It is the general tendency of the human being. Many persons preach many things but they simply dont follow. They say we preach for others and it is not for me/us etc. Thats called double standards

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  • Meena serrao Barboza, Shirva/Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Beautiful write up Conybab, they see it wrong when others do it, not when they do it and they have an excuse, It is called “special Rights” Advice is free but the value comes after one practices it. We must bring about a change in the way we think in order to create happiness and sense of fulfillment in our life.

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  • Jessy Marie, Udupi

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Your beautiful examples convinced me the write-up fast.
    It is just as straight forward as it takes, it does penetrates.
    HONEST PEOPLE WILL TAKE IT HONESTLY and they are numerous. .

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  • Veronica, Dubai/Pamboor

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Very well said, hope and pray that incident in Shirva is a wake up call to all Preachers and followers. May God help to bring the peace and justice to Fr Mahesh and his family and all the followers of Fr. Mahesh.

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  • Della Rego, Mangalore, Doha, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Congratulations Cony baab writing on this subject. Yes it is not at all easy to practice what one preach. If one can’t practice what he says then better not preach.

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    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Cony bab,
    thanks very much for this very wise and helpful words ,that can lead us to good direction. The fabric of our societies are decaying..

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  • Rony Paul, Manglore, Udupi

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Have expressed your thoughts as situation demands. There is a good message indeed. God Bless You.

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Sir... Very beautifully you have put up the present time's facts in your article....i appreciate the same... While congratulating you I wish you every success always... God bless

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Nov 11 2019

    Jaisa Raja Vaise Praja ...

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