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Tim Challies posts from one of George Whitefield’s sermons on taking advantage of a sermon delivered:

1. Come to hear them, not out of curiosity, but from a sincere desire to know and do your duty.

2. Give diligent heed to the things that are spoken from the Word of God.

3. Do not entertain even the least prejudice against the minister.

4. Be careful not to depend too much on a preacher, or think more highly of him than you ought to think.

5. Make particular application to your own hearts of everything that is delivered.

6. Pray to the Lord, before, during, and after every sermon, to endue the minister with power to speak, and to grant you a will and ability to put into practice what he shall show from the Book of God to be your duty.

HT: Timmy Brister

If you would like to hear a good sermon on biblical manhood and womanhood and the confusion that occurred because of the fall, listen to this by John Piper.

Very soon, Lord willing, we will have sermon audio available on the web from our Sunday morning gatherings. Check out my group blog to check out our new BlogCast.

My friend Adam agrees. He states,

“I want to create a church where people do life together and intentionally live as the church. It’s not an event, it’s a state of being.”

 This is what we want to create as well.

What is Moralistic Therapeutic Deism? Listen to this week’s White Horse Inn where they discuss a video about Teenagers and God. We need to get this!

Click for info on Soul Searching Video

Watch THIS excerpt from John Piper. This is why Enjoying God Fellowship exists. There aren’t enough churches with this as their vision.