Sermons & Messages
“You were made to display the all-satisfying beauty and greatness of God by savoring him as the supreme treasure of your life.”
John Piper, from The Ultimate Essence of Evil
Sermon of the Day
The Triumph of the Gospel in the New Heavens and the New Earth
What Is the Will of God and How Do We Know It?
Aug 22, 2004
Scripture: Romans 12:1–2
Topic: Knowing God’s Will
How to Receive the Gift of the Holy Spirit
Apr 29, 1984
Scripture: Acts 2:32–42
Topic: The Holy Spirit
Glory-Seeking in the Gospel of John
The War in Our Social Media Feeds (Part 1)
May 3, 2020
Scripture: John 5:30–47
Focus on a Few Good Men
How God Does the Magic in Disciplemaking
Apr 19, 2020
Scripture: 1 Peter 5:2–4, Matthew 28:18–20, 2 Timothy 2:2
Topic: Spiritual Leadership
A Hunger for God
Jan 1 – Feb 19, 1995
Between the dangers of self-denial and self-indulgence is the path of pleasing pain called fasting. When God is the supreme hunger or your heart, he will be supreme in everything. And when you are most satisfied in him, he will be most glorified in you.
Thirty-Year Theological Trademarks
Sep 8 – Dec 29, 2012
After a generation of investment in one church, here is John Piper’s summary of his most important emphases in one final sermon series.
Sep 11 – Nov 13, 1983
God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in him. John Piper’s sermonic meditations on the centrality of the pursuit of joy in the Christian life, and how it changes everything.
“Jesus did not make the universe as a crutch to lean on.”
John Piper, from The Secret of Christ-Magnifying Contentment as the Path to Costly Love