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- Hold Lightly What You Value Greatly (46:46)
- Why You Need Your Enemies, and Your Enemies Need You. (41:46)
- Hold Lightly What You Value Greatly (47:24)
- The Host Who Forgot His Manners (47:28)
- Before the Rooster Crows (29:16)
- Out of Control (46:52)
- Empty Barrel Graduate School (40:37)
- Babbling for Jesus (34:05)
- Homemade Gods (37:08)
- The Forgotten Doctrine of Salvation (34:05)
- The King Who Went Crazy (36:52)
- The Fool on the Hill (27:51)
- What is a Real Christian? (29:28)
- Sleeping With the Enemy (37:47)
- Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? (40:48)
- Are You Going to God’s Party? (31:50)
- Should We Strike With Our Swords? (37:23)
You need your enemies to help you become like Christ, and your enemies need you to become like Christ to them. (Sermon)
The Host Who Forgot His Manners (47:28)We might call this story “the preacher and the prostitute” because it’s a lesson about pride and humility. It’s also about how God welcomes those who aren’t ashamed to admit how much they need him.
Before the Rooster Crows (29:16)Peter’s fall proves that anyone can fall at any time so we should be warned. His restoration proves that God’s grace truly is greater than all our sin. Therefore, let sinners everywhere flee to Christ for forgiveness.
Out of Control (46:52)Samson’s story proves that smart people can do some very stupid things. Because he never appreciated his spiritual heritage, he was quick to throw it away.
Empty Barrel Graduate School (40:37)Are we willing to obey God even when it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense?
Babbling for Jesus (34:05)How do you speak truth to highly intelligent people? Acts 17 has the answer.
Homemade Gods (37:08)
The only lasting cure for idolatry is a fervent love for God. The hardest step is seeing our idols in the first place. (Sermon)