It means that you're trying to convince someone who already believes in your cause. Hence, a preacher is preaching to the choir--they're obviously already believers.
it means you are trying to convince someone who already believes what you are telling them.
It means telling someone something they already know.... Like if i was to tell you about how to service a truck, i would be preaching to the choir...<br />
Hope that helps babe
Trying to out class them.
Sometimes you will hear it spoken, "preaching to the saved," which is the same thing: you are wasting your breath by preaching the need for salvation to people who have been saved.
Preaching to the choir is an ex<x>pression which means, saying what might be important or valuable information to the right audience, but the only ones around are those who already know it like the back of their hand. You're not telling the people who really need to hear it.
IT MEANS THAT THE PEOPLE THAT YOU'RE TRYING TO CONVINCE OF SOMETHING/EXPLAIN SOMETHING TO, ALREADY BELIEVE IN WHAT YOU'RE TRYING TO MAKE THEM BELIEVE
It means you are only talking to those who already share your point of view. If you wish to bring new people across to your way of thinking, you need a broader audience.