When is it right and when is it wrong to treat people differently than what they deserve?
To know God in his sovereignty is to become like an oak tree in the wind of adversity and confusion.
What does John Piper believe about the end times and why?
There is no such thing as a closed country unless you're looking to minister in perfect safety, without risk.
Jesus seems more eager to explode the false assurance of faith than he is to give assurance to people who are intent on living in sin.
Ten observations on musical style in the church.
Preach exegetically, explaining and applying what is in the text. If it sounds Arminian, let it sound Arminian.
John Piper challenges the inconsistent reasoning of a pro-choice editorial.
A brief defense of the truth of Christ's death.
Gratitude is not an act of will power but the glad response of one who acknowledges grace.
Our English word "hosanna" comes from a Greek word "hosanna" which comes from a Hebrew phrase hoshiya na.
Jesus planned for our joy; we ought to plan for his glory.
Be in sync with God about marriage and out of sync with secular western culture.
10 practical preparations for hearing the word of God on Sunday morning.
What is God's attitude toward pride? What is the remedy for pride?
How to pray huge, general prayers without them sounding vague or stale.
There is no place for despair in the Christian life. To be out of the pit of hell is to be on the ground of mercy.
Joy is not just the spin-off of obedience to God, but part of obedience.
How do you lead your church through financial and logistical surprises?
Christ Jesus is a great hope, even for the worst of sinners.
Though so many have given their lives at war, history holds out hope that few can imagine.
What characteristics ought to mark the life of a Christian sojourner?
Christ purchased privileges for the children of believers. But he did not guarantee their salvation.
No sorrow in the Christian's life will end ultimately in grief. Jesus' blood will have the final say.