Ask Pastor John on The Sovereignty of God
Listen to John Piper explain how God can be both all-powerful and justifiably angry at what he has ordained.
John Piper discusses how, under God's sovereignty, we should be able to both hate and give thanks for what he might will.
John Piper illustrates how time can prove the goodness of God, even when he has permitted much suffering.
Two things convince John Piper to trust God's sovereignty no matter what.
John Piper argues that it is both right and good to believe in God's absolute control over all things.
John Piper says we must rightly understand the sovereignty of God before we can rightly respond to our sin.
John Piper expresses his aim in writing a book about the sovereignty of God over sin.
John Piper explains how God's power over evil is also our greatest comfort when dealing with it.
John Piper says we need steel in our spines if we hope to endure in this life.
John Piper says we hurt people if we only give them soft answers to the hard questions of suffering.
John Piper says that God's sovereignty over sin doesn't make it any less wicked.
John Piper shows how the Bible attributes absolutely everything to God, even the worst of sins.
John Piper says complete human autonomy doesn't glorify God more.
In Episode 104, John Piper explains what it means that God ordains sin and is himself sinless.
In Episode 105, John Piper talks about the comfort of God’s sovereignty.
In Episode 114, John Piper talks about how to think through using Twitter in the midst of natural disaster.
In episode 204, Pastor John explains God's sovereignty over evil.
In episode 205, Pastor John talks about how God's sovereignty over evil brings comfort.
In episode 207, Pastor John talks about how Calvinism relates to joy in God.
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