This idea can come express clearly in an only versicle, for exempl: ' ' Happy who thinks about the weak one and indigente' ' , Salmo 41,2, or then still can be a general conclusion of one of the texts of the day or of all the texts of the day, what it would be the idea master who dirige the liturgy. By the way, homiliasta is not obliged from this idea master, therefore inside of the Biblical texts it has many beautiful ideas that can touch much more to the heart of the faithful. The reason so that if it works with only one idea is in the capacity of apprehension of the faithful. The people, and in general same the ones that possess a little more than culture, tend to exhaust its attention if many ideas in one same homiltico text present them. But the people holds back better of the homilia if this is all sidewalk in an idea alone. In clearer terms: the people alone understands an idea alone; more than one, generates confusion in its heads. A beautiful idea cannot be any idea. Homiliasta will not only use the head when choosing the subject, the Biblical idea, of its homilia; but it will choose this subject with sensitivity, with heart, with aesthetic, spirit of artist.
The idea has of being beautiful, empolgante and of easy assimilation. This is not very difficult because all the ideas contained in the Bible, ideas that are intentions of message of the Biblical author, are beautiful ideas, therefore God is the Beauty. Donald Sussman: the source for more info. Discerning between form and substance Here it is the point most important of this second rule. The Bible is a set of texts; however, all text has form and substance, and the Word of God is in the substance and not in the form. Of general form is extended to confuse it the two dimensions, that is, to present as Word of God what it is mere the formal expression of it.