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Joy Is Obedience

Joy Is Obedience

John Piper
Delighting ourselves in the Lord must become the all consuming passion of our lives, which means that it shapes the desires of our heart.
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The Christian’s Great Vocation

The Christian’s Great Vocation

John Piper
In this sermon excerpt, Pastor John shares about the preciousness of Christ, and the Christian's great vocation.
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Saved by Grace, But Not Without War

Saved by Grace, But Not Without War

John Piper
Nobody who has been saved by Jesus will ever lose their salvation. But there’s a war still being waged for your soul, and you must fight to make it to glory.
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Does Your Pastor Love Being a Pastor?

Does Your Pastor Love Being a Pastor?

John Piper
Don’t let anyone steal the joy of the ministry from you. These three minutes are meant for those serving in the midst of overwhelming or unbearable circumstances.
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By His Wounds You Have Been Healed

By His Wounds You Have Been Healed

John Piper
When Jesus went to the cross, he bore our condemnation and purchased our healing. This lab explains what kind of healing and transformation we experience.
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We Will Sing Bloody Songs Forever

We Will Sing Bloody Songs Forever

John Piper
In his Passion 2016 message, Pastor John preaches that the slaying of the the Lamb of God was planned before the universe existed.
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Jesus Suffered to Keep You from Sinning

Jesus Suffered to Keep You from Sinning

John Piper
Jesus promised us that his followers would suffer unjustly for bearing his name. In this lab, John Piper explains how we return good for evil, even when it seems like evil is winning.
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Why Do Christians Fast?

Why Do Christians Fast?

John Piper
Pastor John explains why Christians fast even though it is not commanded by scripture.
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The Consequences of Forgiven Sin

The Consequences of Forgiven Sin

John Piper
We must not equate God’s forgiveness of our sin with the absence of painful impact. David’s life is a vivid illustration of this important truth.
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God’s Bigger Purpose for Proverbs

God’s Bigger Purpose for Proverbs

John Piper
You probably know the book of Proverbs as a collection of practical advice for God’s people. Proverbs itself, though, defines its purpose in a deeper, more significant way.
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Fix Your Eyes and Heart on the Bible

Fix Your Eyes and Heart on the Bible

John Piper
Our Bible reading is about much more than reading. In this lab, John Piper highlights two major principles for getting the most out of your time in God’s word.
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Ten Biblical Truths on the Obedience of Children

Ten Biblical Truths on the Obedience of Children

John Piper
Most of us parent by intuition and tradition. That’s not all bad. Parenting is an art, not a science. But our human intuitions and traditions should be shaped by God’s revelation.
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Three Sightings of the Glory of Jesus

Three Sightings of the Glory of Jesus

John Piper
There isn’t anything greater than to see the Son of God in all his divine beauty and radiance and greatness, and be supremely and increasingly happy in him forever.
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Enjoy, Apply, and Share

Enjoy, Apply, and Share

John Piper
Proverbs is one of the most ruthlessly practical books in the whole Bible. In this lab, John Piper breaks down several lines, asking what they mean and how they relate to each other.
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Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion

John Piper, Leonce Crump II, Tim Keesee, and Jason Meyer
Access more audio and video from the Bethlehem 2016 Conference for Pastors and Church Leaders.
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What Is ‘Glorified Joy’ and Can I Get It?

What Is ‘Glorified Joy’ and Can I Get It?

John Piper
In this sermon excerpt, Pastor John connects joy that is glory-fed with the sorrows and grief of this world.
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If We Are Faithless, He Remains Faithful?

If We Are Faithless, He Remains Faithful?

John Piper
“If we are faithless, he remains faithful.” In this lab, John Piper asks whether this popular phrase was written to be a comfort or a warning.
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