A Spiritual Checkup – Sinclair Ferguson


JohnnyMac It is clear in scripture we must examine ourself (2 Cor 13:5, 6), but often we can do that with a sledge hammer and a tone of self righteousness. In this sermon, Sinclair Ferguson takes a very pastoral tone and lovingly leads the hearts of his people to a gospel motivated and Christ centered “Spiritual Check-Up”.

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Studying the Scriptures and Finding Jesus – Albert Mohler


In this Sermon, Dr Albert Mohler shows how one can be both committed to preaching Christ from all of scripture and yet deeply exegetical and faithful to the text of Scripture.

“Mohler began by describing the current landscape of the American church—we need a recovery of understanding the Scriptures in their totality. He expounded Jesus’ dialogue with the Pharisees in John 5 with specific application for us. The Pharisees’ rejection of Jesus was a refusal to recognize God’s witness of him. The takeaway for us is important: one can study the Scriptures extensively and not get it.” ~ Description from SermonIndex

from thegospelcoalition.org.


Data Gathering – Part 2 – Paul Tripp


Why your counsel must be more than situational and relational fixes. It must be a result of looking at a person’s story through the lens of the biblical story.

from www.ccef.org

Data Gathering – Part 1 – Paul Tripp


How do we make sense out of all that we hear in counseling?

How do we understand what the Bible says to the drama of a particular moment in a person’s life?

Because every Christian is called to counsel we should seek more on how to make the Bible real to people while at the same time make the people real to us.

from www.ccef.org

Jesus Paid Taxes – Mark Dever


“The legitimacy of government is not determined by whether it supports or even allows worship of the one true God. If Christians were called to financially support Rome, which would kill Jesus and the apostles, what government would Christians not support?”

from capitolhillbaptist.org