The Bible illustrates numerous kinds of love, such as the kind that seeks the good of unlovely or unwanted people.
Jesus' love for his people is wonderfully durable, distinct, and deep.
Spirit-given assurance and enjoyment of the love of God is the secret to growing in hope through tribulation.
Meditation on Deuteronomy 10:17-19
God’s tenderness towards the lowly is rooted in his transcendent self-sufficiency.
The experience of God's love is the
Spirit giving unspeakable joy in response to the mind's
perception of Jesus Christ.
True love aims at satisfying people in the glory of God. Any love that terminates on man is eventually destructive.
Why do you want God to love you? There are bad answers to this question.
God always does what is good for us. If you believe that he gave
his own Son for you, this is what you believe.
How does the promise of Christ's unbreakable love sustain his people when life is hard?
God praises us when we delight in him because it only confirms and increases our God-centeredness.
Desiring God 2006 National Conference
The Supremacy of Christ in a Postmodern World
How does God's disposition toward us change from anger to love? (Sorry about the chirping birds--this was recorded outside.)
John Piper discusses how our relationship to God can be like a child with his dad.
John Piper talks about how no one's past sins are bad enough to exlude them from the mercy of God.
John Piper says that if his theology in your head makes God damnable to you, then don't believe it...yet.
In John 3:16, seven of the greatest realities in existence are packed into one sentence.
John 3:16 represents a glorious love, but there is more to God's love than the free offer of the gospel.
John Piper can agree with the statement "God made us to love us," as long as "love" is defined right.
We are precious to God—so precious that he will not have us make that preciousness into our god.
God’s love for his people is so rich and full that they need the Holy Spirit's help to really feel it.
Theology Refresh: Podcast for Christian Leaders
Bob Glenn helps us with a fascinating theme, the fatherhood of God.
John Piper: “God is always disciplining us. He is always doing things good, hard and gentle to us.”
Campus Outreach Staff Conference
In Episode 134, Pastor John talks about God’s love for the world and his particular love for the church.
In Episode 140, Pastor John talks about God’s love and hatred for sinners.
The Sovereignty of God
The Grace of God
The Glory of God
The Wrath of God