Listen to John Piper discuss how he memorizes Scripture. There are two keys: prayer and setting aside time.
John Piper discusses how to make Bible-reading a regular part of life.
John Piper distinguishes selling God's Word from selling paper and ink.
John Piper says that some doctrines are more central than others.
John Piper offers three criteria for understanding how biblical commands apply to us.
John Piper says that, when writing as an apostle, Paul's letters were inspired.
John Piper wants to memorize those verses that help him fight against anxiety.
John Piper explains why the Bible is the best way to know God.
John Piper says we can speak the word of God to those who can't read.
John Piper thinks all generations could love and pore over the Bible more.
John Piper stresses the crucial and timeless importance of keeping the Bible central to everything.
Theology Refresh: Podcast for Christian Leaders
Kevin DeYoung helps Christian leaders sharpen their thinking on the doctrine of Scripture.
Is it okay to come away from Bible reading without a life principle or a specific point of application?
In Episode 127, Pastor John gives simple advice on how to read our English Bibles better.
In Episode 131, Pastor John talks about the community dimension of personal Bible memory.
In Episode 162, Pastor John talks about how the promises of the Psalms apply to modern-day believers.
In Episode 166, Pastor John talks about the prayer he prays for reading the Bible.
In Episode 167, Pastor John talks about how God speaks to us today.
In Episode 180, Pastor John explains what it means that Jesus’s sheep hear his voice.
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?”
In Episode 184, Pastor John talks about Bible reading and the affections.
Knowing God's Will