10 examples of how, for Jesus, desire for heaven and fear of hell were practical daily parts of living a glad and holy life.
Christians should seek the good of the cities in which they live.
Grumbling is self-feeding because it obscures the light of God’s gracious, all-controlling providence.
Is it God’s will revealed in Scripture to advance the influence of biblical truth through human institutions?
John Piper shares his plans for the summer and some requests for prayer.
Spirit-given assurance and enjoyment of the love of God is the secret to growing in hope through tribulation.
We are a singing people because we are the children of a singing God.
Seven sources of the kind of joy that Paul had.
Let every loss and every delight send your hearts homing after heaven.
If you refuse to vote for a pro-choice candidate, how will you answer the charge of being a one-issue voter?
The root reason for why the cross is folly to the world is that it means the end of human self-exaltation.
There was a kind of God-forsakenness on the cross, but the abandonment was not final.
With the inbreaking of the kingdom of God into this world through Jesus, every human institution is about to pass away.
What verses do you use to share the gospel with others?
How is my desire to be happy not opposed to God's command to give him glory?
God is not glorified if the foundation of our gratitude is the worth of the gift and not the excellency of the Giver.
John Piper offers help in seeking the mind of the Lord in an agonizingly difficult and painful situation.
What's the point in research papers and how can you write one well?
There are at least ten categories concerning life together that potential partners would do well to consider.
Without extended and consecrated prayer, the ministry of the Word withers up and bears no fruit.
What kind of spiritual leadership actually helps people change?
If God wants everyone to be saved, why does he choose that some won't be?
Fifteen exhortations encouraging women to be strong, God-centered, Bible-saturated and happy in Christ.
The story of Ishmael is a warning not to build your ministry according to the flesh.
Fresh statements of old truth are always needed. Without them people will read error.
Something tremendous is at stake in the practical unity of love in the body of Christ.
God’s tenderness towards the lowly is rooted in his transcendent self-sufficiency.
Ideas have consequences.
Even inside perfection, there is good, better, and best. And understanding this will help us love as we ought.
The fact that we love God is evidence that he loves us.
If the mailman brings you a love letter from your fiancé, don’t fall in love with the mailman.
God is not a passive participant in a world that exists without his sustaining it. Wherever he is looking, he is acting.
Abraham Lincoln’s marriage was a mess, but accepting the pain brought deep strength in the long run.
If we love people, we will be like William Wilberforce and spend time thinking about how to point them to Jesus.
Your agonizing, unplanned detour is not a waste—not if you look to the Lord for his unexpected work, and do what you must do in his name.
10 ways Jesus related to the poor.
Announcing the adoption of John and Noël's fifth child and first daughter.
It is impossible to meditate on God’s word as continually as we should if portions of it are not in our mind.
7 reasons racial harmony is worth pursuing, and 1 resolve for doing it.
Martin Luther's 3 rules for how to read the Bible.
Thirteen thoughts on how to help bring joy in God to your congregation.
John Piper recounts a conversation with Joseph Tson.
A conversation between "Prayerful" and "Prayerless" on why we ask God to do what he already intends to do.
9 key texts about the wrath of God.
What counts is not the amount you have but if it is utterly devoted to the purposes of God.
The work of the Holy Spirit is a clarification and application and certification of the incarnation of the Son of God.
By looking to God's faithfulness in the past we can have hope for the future.
The faculty of delight is crucial in helping us make right decisions.
Serving God means we get from him more than we give to him.
Samuel Rutherford's great discovery about the source of enduring happiness.
Three recommended routines for keeping God's word central in your life.