Tag: John Piper
"This prison is the largest maximum-security prison in America. It is one of the most famous prisons in the whole world. It has only murderers, rapists, armed robbers and habitual felons. The average sentence is 88 years, with 3,200 people in one place serving life sentences. Ninety percent of the inmates will die here. This is a place of hopelessness, so if Angola can change, the rest of the countrys prisons cant say, We cant do this." http://www.desiringgod.org/Blog/2108_as_nice_as_they_let_me_as_mean_as_they_m... By John Piper. © Desiring God. Website: desiringGod.org
There are only a few people will make it to heaven...
John Piper talks about the role of the Holy Spirit in the new birth.
A plea to forsake a wasted life and to boast only in the cross of Christ, John Piper speaks to thousands of youth.
16 minutes of scripture and the importance of scripture memory
John piper preaching the revealed Christ.
Beholding Christ by John Piper a needed message for all Christians
The urgent call to not waste our God given life. Ephesians 5:15
We MUST suffer as Christians, it is a guarantee. When we do suffer willingly for Christ, it proclaims to the world that Jesus is more valuable than, health, success, and all other passing things in the world. Oh let us strive to make Christ our treasure! Indeed, all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted - 2 Timothy 3:12
God promises those of you who remain single in Christ blessings that are better than the blessings of marriage and children, and he calls you to display, by the Christ-exalting devotion of your singleness, the truths about Christ and his kingdom that shine more clearly through singleness than through marriage and childrearing.
Verse 1 introduces us to the man Job and his character. He was "blameless and upright, one who feared God, and turned away from evil." If suffering is intended as a punishment for evil, Job is not a likely candidate. ...
By John Piper. ©2014 Desiring God Foundation. Website: desiringGod.org
This was a story told by Michael Card about Joseph, who is a Masai Warrior, who came to a Billy Graham convention where people heard of his story. This is a sermon excerpt of John Piper reading the story.