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Radical with David Platt

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Rank #62 in Christianity category

Religion & Spirituality
Christianity
Spirituality
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Radical with David Platt is a podcast that highlights sermons weekly from teacher, author, and pastor David Platt.

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Radical with David Platt is a podcast that highlights sermons weekly from teacher, author, and pastor David Platt.

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Great sermons!!

By always smiling :) - Apr 05 2019
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It’s worth your time to listen!

Must Listen

By Ash C in the City - Aug 03 2018
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This is the one podcast that never disappoints. Every time I listen I am always glad I did!

iTunes Ratings

715 Ratings
Average Ratings
658
26
12
10
9

Great sermons!!

By always smiling :) - Apr 05 2019
Read more
It’s worth your time to listen!

Must Listen

By Ash C in the City - Aug 03 2018
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This is the one podcast that never disappoints. Every time I listen I am always glad I did!
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Radical with David Platt

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Rank #62 in Christianity category

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Radical with David Platt is a podcast that highlights sermons weekly from teacher, author, and pastor David Platt.

Rank #1: Jesus Changes Everything

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Of all the events that have affected the course of history––wars, famines, technological breakthroughs, etc.––none compares to the coming of Jesus Christ. By His life, death, and resurrection, Christ, the Son of God, fulfills God’s plan of redemption and reveals to us the purpose for which we were created. In this message from Matthew 1–2, David Platt helps us see how Jesus changes everything.

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Aug 05 2019
45 mins
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Rank #2: Don't Waste Your Life Pt. 1

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Aug 17 2015
30 mins
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Rank #3: The Idolatry of Comfort and the Glory of Christ

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We are taught from a young age to “be safe” in whatever we do. This isn’t bad advice for the everyday tasks God has given us to do, but when it comes to following Jesus, we can wrongly assume that God would never call us to something costly or dangerous. Our time, effort, and resources are spent on maximizing our comfort. However, Jesus said that following Him would mean forsaking everything. And while we aren’t to seek out suffering, we know that proclaiming the gospel in many areas of the world requires taking risks. In this sermon from Philippians 1:12–30, David Platt reminds us not to let comfort become an idol, but instead to pursue faithfulness to Christ, even if it costs us our lives. Being with Christ is infinitely better than any temporary security this world offers.
Apr 10 2018
52 mins
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Rank #4: Mission Precision: Defining Gospel

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May 08 2017
42 mins
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Rank #5: Counter Culture: What the Gospel Demands

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Jan 02 2017
47 mins
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Rank #6: Mission Precision: Defining Calling

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Jun 05 2017
50 mins
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Rank #7: Counter Culture: The Gospel Demands Radical Compassion

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Jan 09 2017
59 mins
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Rank #8: Why We Live and Leap for the Glory of God in the World

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God’s people should treasure Him above anyone or anything else since He is supremely glorious and satisfying. However, it’s all too easy for us to say that we treasure God and then deny Him with the way we live and the things we value. In this message from Ethiopia based on Malachi 2:17–3:12, David Platt encourages us to consider what we’re saying about God with the way we use our money. We should use our money, and everything we have, so that His name is glorified in our lives and His gospel is made known around the world. 

Jul 29 2019
48 mins
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Rank #9: Cross-Culture: God's Work, Our Work

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Mar 30 2016
59 mins
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Rank #10: Our Obligation to the Unreached Pt. 1

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Nov 17 2014
33 mins
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Rank #11: Threads, Part 1: Greater Works

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Oct 03 2016
49 mins
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Rank #12: How Do I Find God’s Will for My Life?

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Christians use many different strategies to find an answer to that all-important question, “What is God’s will for my life?” But what if God’s will isn’t lost? And what if He actually works in us so that we might walk in His will? David Platt encourages us to align our lives with God’s larger purposes in the world in this sermon from Acts 16.
Nov 27 2017
40 mins
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Rank #13: Biblical Womanhood

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What is God’s design for women? Our culture offers a very distorted answer to that question, bombarding us with messages and images that miss God’s good design. Women are promised liberation, all the while being physically abused, sexually objectified, and even encouraged to ignore or change their God-given gender. And the problem isn’t just out there in the world—the church often misses God’s good design as well. The roles of wives and mothers are often devalued, as is the important role of single women in the church’s life and mission. In this message, David Platt addresses these distortions by providing an overview of biblical womanhood that begins with Genesis 1 and then draws from various passages of Scripture. Only as we listen to God’s Word and find our identity in His gospel will we see the goodness and the fruit of God’s design for women.
May 14 2018
53 mins
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Rank #14: Mission Precision: Defining Evangelism & Conversion

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May 15 2017
48 mins
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Rank #15: Womanhood and the Wisdom of God

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According to our culture, a woman’s identity is tied to such things as her outward appearance and her own inner strength. Scripture, on the other hand, casts a completely different vision of womanhood. Women have intrinsic value based on God’s good design, and they can be a blessing to others based on God’s grace in them. In this Mother’s Day sermon from Proverbs 31:10–31, David Platt identifies characteristics of a Christlike woman. How we view these characteristics has implications not only for married women but also for husbands, singles, and the entire church.

May 13 2019
54 mins
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Rank #16: The Risk of Love

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Our culture has a distorted picture of what it means to love someone. The focus is on my desires, needs, and happiness. Gratefully, this kind of love is nothing like the love of the Lord for His people. In this message from Ruth 3, David Platt highlights the indescribable love of God. This is a self-giving love that protects and provides for those in need, much like Boaz showed toward Ruth. Ultimately, though, God’s love was manifested fully and perfectly in the death of Christ, who gave His life in order to shelter us from the judgment we deserve.
Aug 27 2018
58 mins
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Rank #17: Repentance and Resolutions Pt. 1

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Jan 04 2016
28 mins
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Rank #18: What Happens to People Who Never Hear about Jesus?

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It’s one thing for someone to hear the gospel and reject it, but what about those who have never even heard of Jesus? Are they okay, spiritually speaking, as long as they live a good life and follow the light they’ve been given? What is their standing before God? In this sermon, David Platt addresses these eternally important questions based on Romans 15. Given the staggering number of people in the world with little or no access to the gospel, this issue is not merely theoretical. Getting the gospel to the unreached is urgent.
Apr 23 2018
55 mins
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Rank #19: Don't Waste Your Life Pt. 2

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Aug 31 2015
22 mins
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Rank #20: Tremble at His Word

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It is deceptively easy for us to talk about God, sing to God, and even claim to be serving God, all while ignoring His Word. In this new message from Isaiah 66 and Romans 8, David Platt reminds us that God’s Word should cause us to stand in awe. We ought to respond to Scripture by submitting to and delighting in the One who is sovereign over us.
Sep 18 2017
41 mins
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