Lord's Supper is a memorial service looking back to Jesus' utterly unique death—a death that so satisfied the righteous demands of God that Jesus was granted to rise from the dead and come again as King of all. The sacrifice of Christ set the charge for the explosion of his second coming.
All the mammoth political forces and all the giant industrial complexes, without their even knowing it, are being guided by God, not for their own sake but for the sake of God's little people—the little Mary and the little Joseph who have to be got from Nazareth to Bethlehem.
You can learn more from a book if you stop and ask it questions than if you just read it passively. That includes the Bible too.
The doctrines of sovereign grace are not overthrown by problems in Scripture. They stand firm and are the precious foundation of our deepest hopes.
If your driving motive in life is to be liked and loved you will find it almost impossible to be a Christian.
John Piper thanks God for the lives of two saints and asks how it is that their deaths are "precious in the sight of the Lord."
One of the reasons we don't know God deeply is that we don't venture much on his pledge to carry things for us.
Let's not doubt Jesus' love—let's watch and learn what love really is.
The doctrine of justification is immeasurably precious to every area of life.
God wants us to use means to get his work done, but he wants us to trust in him, not in these means.
We must respond to suffering with both compassion and confidence in God.
To affirm truth with extra-biblical language is more biblical than using biblical language to defend falsehood.
The Bible often requires us to read thoroughly, not skim lightly. How should this affect the way we train our minds?
A poetic reflection on the glories of God in the doctrine of predestination.
John Piper talks about the connection between abortion and racism.