Lingering Over the Praises of Romans 11:33-36

| Jan 27, 2021

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It is good to linger over the praises of Paul’s heart at the end of chapter 11. The riches and wisdom and the knowledge of God are unfathomably deep (Romans 11:33). No matter how far down into God’s wealth or into God’s wisdom or into God’s knowledge you go, you never get beneath God. There […]


The Path to Full and Lasting Pleasure (Ps 16:11)

| Jan 15, 2017

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You make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy; at your right hand are pleasures forevermore. —Psalm 16:11 John Piper gives us deeper understanding of our Fighter Verse this week through his message on Psalm 16. May the Lord draw you to Himself as you read and […]


Overcome anxiety: Don’t labor in vain (Psa 127:1)

| Oct 26, 2014

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Unless the LORD builds the house, those who build it labor in vain. Unless the LORD watches over the city, the watchman stays awake in vain. —Psalm 127:1 This post is an excerpt from the sermon Don’t Eat the Bread of Anxious Toil by John Piper. Four Ways to Labor in Vain That is the […]


Is This Calling Your Treasure and Joy?

| Jan 24, 2011

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Journey with me through Romans 1-11. We see the terribly sinful condition of our hearts—and the hearts of all humanity—in Romans 1:18-3:19. We discover the great work of Jesus on the cross to provide a righteousness and a sacrifice so that we could be justified by faith alone apart from works of the law in […]