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Desperate for His Spirit, Part 2

Thursday, December 13, 2018

David Platt

When we experience physical hunger, our mind fixates on our next meal. When we experience spiritual hunger, David Platt explains, our whole soul fixates on the returning glory of Christ. And if Christians don't fast today, does that mean we are content with the absence of our King? Effective fasting is bold, longsuffering, and not willing to settle for anything less than the revealed glory of God in our communities.


Desperate for His Spirit, Part 1 - Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Is fasting in this day and age still relevant to the Christian church? David Platt examine this question by taking us back to what the Bible has to say on this topic. Physical hunger often lends weight to our spiritual hunger and focuses our attention on seeing the will of God accomplished.

Of All Nations, Part 2 - Tuesday, December 11, 2018

We see all throughout Scripture God's grace poured out on mankind; grace given so that the glory of God would be known among all the nations. But what happens when we accept the grace and forget the glory? That's the question David Platt asks--and the danger he shows us how to avoid--as we conclude our study.

Of All Nations, Part 1 - Monday, December 10, 2018

If you do not live like you believe your life was created to impact the world, you will sell God short of the purpose for which He has created you. David Platt takes us through the Bible to show God's plan for you and me. From beginning to end we see God pouring out His gracious blessing so that we may spread the glory of His name among the nations.

By Making Disciples, Part 2 - Friday, December 7, 2018

How are you going to multiply the Gospel? This is the question David Platt challenges us with. There are several components to disciple-making that every believer should know, and we'll go through each them. A small group of believers, seeking the glory of God, and committed to making Him known can have a resounding impact on the world.

By Making Disciples, Part 1 - Thursday, December 6, 2018

The command to go and make disciples was the last command Jesus gave before returning to heaven. David Platt unpacks this imperative and shows how fulfilling this commission begins with a firm foundation in community--a community geared not towards serving itself, but to reaching out to others.

We Glorify Christ, Part 2 - Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Is it possible to worship God without a solid foundation in the Word of God. Of course not. David Platt continues his look at worship by showing the integral role the Bible plays. Without the Bible, our worship becomes manufactured and inauthentic. Only when we know God personally, through time spent with Him, will our worship be authentic.

We Glorify Christ, Part 1 - Tuesday, December 4, 2018

There are a lot of things we think about when we hear the word worship. And, a lot those things have nothing at all to do with it. David Platt takes us through Scripture to show us several non-negotiables regarding worship. We'll see how to keep our worship focused on the glory of God, and not on ourselves.

The Gospel and Church Membership, Part 2 - Monday, December 3, 2018

In this world of online education, video conferencing, and livestreaming events, many are starting to think of church attendance as optional. David Platt argues that this is not the case. As we continue our look at the biblical church, we'll see how important it is to be part of a thriving community dedicated to the Gospel of Christ.

The Gospel and Church Membership, Part 1 - Friday, November 30, 2018

The importance of the church to the believer can hardly be overstated. And yet many choose not to participate in the Body of Christ. David Platt looks at the biblical foundation for church membership and challenges us to consider more carefully our choices when it comes to our place in the church.

Lectionary Calendar
Thursday, December 13th, 2018
the Second Week of Advent
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