>>1660357>There's nothing too interpret
Bruv that isn't how theology works.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that preaching is one of the fruits derived from sanctification rather than an insular goal in itself. From the sounds of it you don't really much care for religion at all but you need to understand that zooming in on a single verse in the ocean of scripture and using only that as your basis of understanding is going to leave you with super incomplete views at best.
Using your verse as an example, if you read the preceding texts you'll see that it's the voice of Jesus rebuking the apostles for their lack of faith and basically trying to light a fire under them to do as he instructed before. While we are called to do the same, these were people that already had extensive direct teaching from Jesus and had the capacity for proper preaching. What happens when you ignore the necessary steps leading up to preaching is your run of the mill soap box preacher or door to door evangelist who might as well be sitting at home as far as the effectiveness of their efforts are concerned. If you go a little back in the very book you quoted to chapter 6 you can see Jesus talking about seeking the Kingdom (praying, fasting, blablabla) first and letting everything else fall into place after that.>and I gave you a link with over a dozen other examples
You gave me a link with all the verses that reference preaching in any capacity, but the first one you posted is really the only one that can be interpreted the way you're doing.>>1660358
That's the law of Moses for the Israelites which the core function of was to translate the dynamic between man and God into a dynamic between his followers. It operates on a slightly different presupposition than the law of Jesus too since man had yet to be forgiven and God had yet to become incarnate, tho 2bh I don't really see anything wrong with it on the level of values.