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John Piper announces the plan for Bethlehem's pulpit while he is away.
John Piper says we must take care not to reason unbiblical things from the truths we find in the Bible.
God’s love for his people is so rich and full that they need the Holy Spirit's help to really feel it.
John Piper shows how the Bible attributes absolutely everything to God, even the worst of sins.
John Piper's dream is that Bethlehem experience in his absence what Robert Murray M'Cheyne's church did when he was away.
John Piper says God arranges our circumstances to help make us happier in him.
We are precious to God—so precious that he will not have us make that preciousness into our god.
John Piper says it's not impossible to vote for someone who has policies you disagree with.
John Piper says we must try to understand a person's heart before answering their arguments.
John Piper believes every grace was bought by Christ—but there's a catch.
If we pray for something but never consider seeking the ministry of a fellow believer, we are like the eye that says it doesn't need the hand.
John Piper identifies two types of boasting and how we can turn both to God.
The resurrection of Jesus shows the greatness of God's power toward us now in this life.
John Piper says there may be a place for imprecatory prayer, but the clear call is to love our enemies.