All Resources on The Bible

Is Tithing Commanded for Christians?

Interviews

by John Piper

In Episode 182, Pastor John talks about the relationship between Old Testament law and the Christian. In particular, he answers the question, “Is tithing commanded for Christian?”

Jesus’s Sheep Hear His Voice — What's That Mean?

Interviews

by John Piper

In Episode 180, Pastor John explains what it means that Jesus’s sheep hear his voice.

Should We Listen for the Audible Voice of God?

Interviews

by John Piper

In Episode 167, Pastor John talks about how God speaks to us today.

When I’m Bored of the Bible — What Can I Do?

Interviews

by John Piper

In Episode 166, Pastor John talks about the prayer he prays for reading the Bible.

Do Promises in the Psalms Apply to Me?

Interviews

by John Piper

In Episode 162, Pastor John talks about how the promises of the Psalms apply to modern-day believers.

Bible Memory as Ministry to Others

Interviews

by John Piper

In Episode 131, Pastor John talks about the community dimension of personal Bible memory.

Advice for Better Bible Reading

Interviews

by John Piper

In Episode 127, Pastor John gives simple advice on how to read our English Bibles better.

Must Bible Reading Always End with Application?

Interviews

by John Piper

Is it okay to come away from Bible reading without a life principle or a specific point of application?

The Doctrine of Scripture

Theology Refresh: Podcast for Christian Leaders

Interviews

by Kevin DeYoung

Kevin DeYoung helps Christian leaders sharpen their thinking on the doctrine of Scripture.

The Word of God Is at Work in You

1 Thessalonians 2:13-16

Sermons

by John Piper

Open My Eyes That I May See

Psalms 119:17-24

Sermons

by John Piper

It is by prayer that our eyes will be opened to see wonder in God's Word and be changed.

Wonderful Things from Your Word

Psalms 119:18

Sermons

by John Piper

The Word of God: Living, Active, Sharp

Hebrews 4:12-13

Sermons

by John Piper

The Word of God is living and active and penetrates to the bottom of our lives and rips the pleasant mask off the ugly face of sin.