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Shameless Plug

May 20, 2009

This Shameless Plug is for 10:31 Sermon Jams. Their new album of sermon jams came out Tuesday 19 May 2009 and it is great. Better than the others? Perhaps. This one has an added theme along with the Gospel. Don’t Waste Your Life! With the book, sermon video, DVD, concert tour, and other merch it seems that DWYL is something John Piper wants to make perfectly clear. I’ve read the book and wish the church which I attend would have done that instead of 40 Days of Purpose. Frankly the DWYL theology is the non-aberrant version of PDL. As for the album itself, it is good listening. John Piper’s sermons fill the 11 tracks with the last one being a good clear gospel presentation. Fave track is 30 A.D. Listen and I’m sure you will see why. I would definitely give this CD away as a tract or follow-up. The cost is reasonable to buy them and the more you buy the more you save!

Okay… so I’m no Tim Challies when it comes to reviews. I’ll admit that. But either way, I get no money from the sales of this but I am fairly sure God gets glory from this project and someone just might get saved.

 

 

DWYL 10:31 Sermon Jams

DWYL 10:31 Sermon Jams

 

Here’s a little added bonus for taking the time to enjoy this blog post. Hit it Lecrae!

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The Cross (3 Hours)

April 10, 2009

Preacher: C J Mahaney
HHH Artist: Shai Linne
Savior: Jesus the Christ

Re-Introducing Jesus

March 19, 2009

HT: The Lawman Chronicles

AMEN!

Bible Reading Plan (Day 43)

February 12, 2009

DAY FORTY-THREE — Genesis 45, Mark 15

Gen 45

Judah has shown himself a changed man. He is willing to give his life for his brother.

Joseph is then pushed over the edge. With voice catching in his throat he orders everyone out but his brothers. The door closes behind the last servant. There is a pause. Then Joseph begins to wail. His heart is crushed and livened to see his brothers as new people… as he weeps he manages to say, “I am Joseph! Is my father alive?”

The brothers stand dumbfounded and amazed at the appearance of their brother. Heartbroken by his weeping.

Joseph beckons his family to come. They come near and Joseph tells them the story.

V 5-8… You got it!? Is it clear now?! Isn’t it beautiful? There is not one shred of doubt in my mind that Joseph asked “Why?” for twenty years. Now he has his answer.

Joseph asks his brothers bring their father and their families to live in Goshen and be safe. Joseph then goes to his brother, hold him, and weeps for deep, deep joy. Shortly his brothers do the same. After this, they speak with each other at last.

(Sniff, sniff, wipe tear)

All the people of Pharaoh’s house heard this and were pleased. Come on, this is a great story! Oprah’s book club kind of stuff. Pharaoh command Joseph to command his family to come and be at ease in Egypt.

The brothers go back home in style and with new clothes. Benjamin winds up with lots of money and lots of clothes! Plus, for dad, lots of other gifts.

Sorry… I laughed a but at verse 24.

They return and tell their father who cannot believe it. Then Israel sees the gifts and know it to be true and gladly goes to see that who was once dead is now alive.

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Mk 15

THE Narrative continues… here’s a little something to think about:

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Questions to Ponder:

* Think of a way to explain the story of Joseph to someone going through hard times to encourage them.

Would You Like A Danish?

November 14, 2008

HT: The Bottom Line with Cameron Buettel