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Some Favorite Sermons

Are You Humble Enough to Be Care-Free by John Piper
Relates anxiety to pride.

Ten Shekels and a Shirt by Paris Reidhead
Message taken from the book of Judges. A story of the social conditions of that time and compares it with the social conditions of today. One of my most favorites.

The Joy of Giving It All Part 2 by Paul Washer
Romans 12:1 What does it mean to put yourself at Christ’s disposal? What does it mean to die to self? Powerful message.

A Sermon That Has Angered Many (2 Corinthians 13:5 & 1 John) by Paul Washer
“This sermon has angered many of the church people and many of the youth — the parents of youth have been especially angered. Parents think that if they can get some sort of a claim out of their children that they profess faith in Jesus Christ then they seem to hold on to that and it gives them some sort of assurance and joy. And it seems they are bothered whenever somebody would come and question that claim. It seems we would rather hold on to a false hope than to hear the truth. There are many people who don’t want to hear the truth because it will shake up the false hope they have that they’re going to heaven when indeed they are not. There are so many people in American Christianity that believe themselves right with God, that believe themselves saved because they were told that by a preacher who should have spent more time studying the Bible and less time preaching….”

2 Responses to “Some Favorite Sermons”

  1. Christine Says:

    “Ten Shekels and a Shirt” was a sermon that was literally life-changing when I first heard it. Highly recommended! Thanks for posting these, Laurie!

    Love in Christ,
    Christine

  2. Elisabeth Says:

    Thank you so much for posting the sermon about anxiety by John Piper. It has been very helpful to me!

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