Great Sermon for PASTORS! I wouldn't normally do this, but I did want to recommend a sermon by a friend of mine, PCA Chaplain Jay Outen entitled "How can I pray for my pastor?" Jay preached it at our church and when I initially saw the title I was expecting something that would be intended primarily to convict *the congregation.* As it turns out, *I* ended up being the person most brought under conviction.
In the sermon Jay applies 1 Peter 5:1-5 to expose the manifold temptations Pastors are brought under, and how easily they can fall into either grave sins that will destroy a ministry or simply habitual sins that will cripple it. It reminded me in some ways of Thomas Brooks' Precious Remedies and in others of Baxter's Reformed Pastor.
Anyway, I recommned it not only because its good, but because its been my experience that men in the ministry like myself to seldom hear sermons specifically aimed at exhorting, warning, and reforming us.