Where The Focus Belongs I've never heard the gospel preached like this. Almost like having the door to Heaven opened for a brief but most wonderful glimpse of God's glorious plan of salvation. Truly Good News! (sorry, I'm not very articulate - groping for the words)
Great Sermon! Great sermon, on the faithfulness of God, amidst the wicked world system, that has wrapped itself thoroughly, through, Culture,the Arts, Academics, and continues to assault the Church of Christ in our day. May we fight the good fight of faith, and expose the darkness! Ephesians 4:17-32, Jude 3.
Proverbs commentaries Hello, Eric! I am preaching through Proverbs right now; Waltke is by far my favorite commentator, but for family worship Kidner and Bridges are great too. I am so looking forward to hearing Voddie on this book because I am 70 sermons in and loving it!
Great Sermon, but wrongly labeled! Two sermons are switched around. This is actually sermon #3 of the series by Voddie titled "The Way we think". The correct sermon #5 of this series is Sermon #3 in "The Way we Think" series called "Sons of the Promise".
A brilliant sermon incorrectly labeled. This is sermon #5 in Voddie's series called One Big Story. He preached both series concurrently in Lusaka, Zambia. The correct sermon that is #3 in this series is Sermon #5 in One Big Story. It is called "The Fall- The Promise of the Savior."
Great Sermon! Divine Wisdom
The book of Proverbs is one of the â€śmany waysâ€ť God spoke (Heb. 1:1), leading us to his only Son Jesus. What stands out about the book of Proverbs is its gracious offer of divine wisdom for foolish and weak people.
The book of Proverbs is an outpouring of grace from God. Again and again, the author appeals to the reader as his dear â€śsonâ€ť (Prov. 1:8, 10, 15; 2:1; 3:1, 11, 21; 4:1, 10, 20; 5:1, 7, 20; 6:1, 3, 20; 7:1, 24; 19:27; 23:15, 19, 26; 24:13, 21; 27:11). This book breathes with the Spirit of adoption (Rom. 8:15). We may therefore study Proverbs not to earn a sonship still out of reach but to bear witness to a sonship already given.
Great Sermon! Thanks for that sermon brother. We need to guard against the deceptive charms of false teachers by a more in depth personal study of the Bible. Very timely. I have a question that could eventually probably turn into a sermon topic in its response....Since sin is rebellion....for christians what condition is the human spirit that is bound to addictive sins of consumption...as alcohol abuse in? Since their sin is primarily self destructive and in some cases apparently out of their control? Can a true Christian struggle with addiction? Does it indicate that they are counterfeit too? Or perhaps reaching for the calling of Christianity that is not theirs?