All Resources on Spiritual Gifts
In episode 217, Pastor John talks about discernment and financial abuses in both charismatic and non-charismatic churches
In episode 216, Pastor John talks about doctrinal and emotional abuses in both charismatic and non-charismatic churches
In episode 215, Pastor John talks about the biblical meaning of prophecy
In episode 214, Pastor John talks about his beliefs on spiritual gifts and also responds to comments from John MacArthur
Sam Storms discusses the New Testament teaching on spiritual gifts.
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.
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 says he has never, in one sense, had a vision; and yet he always has them.
John Piper offers three observations about miracles in the church.
John Piper shows where Paul himself subordinated spiritual gifts to the written word of God.
It is wrong to view spiritual gifts as unpredictable, unconnected to reasoning processes, and free from the demands of objective observation.
A life of suffering and a ministry of signs and wonders are not inconsistent with one another.
Results from a congregational survey concerning spiritual gifts.
A brief theology of the gift of prophecy and its implications for you.
Ten things to be thankful for and three things to be concerned about at a Vineyard conference.
We shouldn't neglect needed improvements. But we should major on exploiting our strengths for God’s glory.
Grace makes you a debtor, not to God, but to others who need grace.
The great aim of our ministry should be the same as Paul's: to bring about the obedience of faith for the sake of God's glory.
John Piper explains why the gift of tongues isn't necessary for salvation.