Sermons & Messages
“I don’t want to be a comfort-seeking, entertainment-addicted, security-craving, approval-desiring Christian.”
John Piper, from The Plundering of Your Property and the Power of Hope
Sermon of the Day
Let the Peoples Praise You, O God, Let All the Peoples Praise You!
Desiring God 2011 National Conference
Scripture: Psalm 67
Topic: World Missions
Sermon of the Day
How the Supremacy of Christ Creates Radical Christian Sacrifice
Apr 17, 2008
Scripture: Hebrews 11:6
Boasting Only in the Cross
Passion's OneDay 2000
May 20, 2000
Scripture: Galatians 6:14
Topic: Christian Hedonism
The Bondage of the Will, the Sovereignty of Grace, and the Glory of God
Together for the Gospel
Apr 13, 2016
Topic: The Power & Effects of Sin
Bethlehem 2016 Conference for Pastors and Church Leaders
Jan 27, 2016
Marriage, Christ, and Covenant: One Flesh for the Glory of God
Jan 28 – Jul 1, 2007Marriage is a momentary but glorious gift. It is more than a husband’s and wife’s love for each other — vastly more. Its meaning is infinitely great: the display of the covenant-keeping love between Jesus and his people.
Quest for Joy
Jan 8 – Mar 26, 1989What is God like? What’s the meaning and consequence of sin? What did Christ achieve when he died? And what is faith? How you answer those questions makes a tremendous difference in how you share your faith — and how deep and endurable is your joy.
Spectacular Sins and Their Global Purpose in the Glory of Christ
Aug 12 – Oct 7, 2007God does not just rule the wind; he rules wickedness, your sin, and the sin of those who have hurt you. The question is, How can this be good news — for you and for the world? We must answer with unswerving allegiance to God’s word. And it is good news.
The Word of God Has Not Failed
Nov 14 – Nov 15, 2014God means for us to enjoy his sovereignty and to delight in his good purpose in election. Romans 9 unashamedly unpacks this truth. In this series, John Piper walks through this glorious chapter in four sessions. By "looking at the book," he wrestles with deep questions arising throughout the text with an aim of stirring listeners to delight in the God who is over all.