Rank #1: Jesus Changes Everything
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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Rank #2: Don't Waste Your Life Pt. 1
Rank #3: The Idolatry of Comfort and the Glory of Christ
Rank #4: Mission Precision: Defining Gospel
Rank #5: Counter Culture: What the Gospel Demands
Rank #6: Mission Precision: Defining Calling
Rank #7: Counter Culture: The Gospel Demands Radical Compassion
Rank #8: Why We Live and Leap for the Glory of God in the World
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.
Rank #9: Cross-Culture: God's Work, Our Work
Rank #10: Our Obligation to the Unreached Pt. 1
Rank #11: Threads, Part 1: Greater Works
Rank #12: How Do I Find God’s Will for My Life?
Rank #13: Biblical Womanhood
Rank #14: Mission Precision: Defining Evangelism & Conversion
Rank #15: Womanhood and the Wisdom of God
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.