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John Piper says that in all of our work our aim should be to show Christ as supremely valuable.
John Piper says that there are at least three ways that we can do spiritual warfare today.
John Piper says that he is hoping for revival, and for the church to become less dependent on him and more dependent on God.
John Piper says that good preachers can't be created by a course on homiletics, but through being set ablaze by the content of Scripture.
John Piper exhorts us to test our hearts about why we watch the movies that we watch.
John Piper says that while some reformed groups make room for the expression of the miraculous gifts during Sunday morning corporate worship, at Bethlehem these gifts are best ministered in small groups.
John Piper says that sometimes our prayers go unanswered because we do not avail ourselves of the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
John Piper says that there are a cluster of things that someone must believe in order to be saved.
John Piper says that the experience of justification should change our approach to personal ethics.
John Piper says that working hard to have a better marriage is a worthy endeavor, with its own unique reward.
John Piper says that it is not wrong for a man to listen to a female speaker, unless he starts to look at her as his pastor.
John Piper says that it is not necessary for Christians to investigate the literature of other religions in order to be confident of the truth of Christianity.
John Piper describes his method of sermon preparation, but doesn't recommend it for other preachers.
John Piper says that it takes spiritual wisdom and discernment to determine whether you should confront someone over sinful behavior.
John Piper urges Christians to memorize and review a cluster of helpful Scripture passages.
John Piper encourages Christians to value theology as a means for knowing God, without making theology God.
John Piper stresses the crucial and timeless importance of keeping the Bible central to everything.
John Piper says that his biggest struggle has been prideful frustration which leads to anger.