Top Ten Sermons of 2011
Preaching Today's best sermons from 2011
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Throughout 2011 we had the privilege of offering an outstanding lineup of new sermons at PreachingToday.com. We often say that we offer sermons for the following four reasons:
- to serve as models of outstanding preaching,
- to feed the preacher's soul,
- to inspire a preacher's own creative thinking,
- and to provide a kind of preachers' commentary.
Of course, I feel strongly that all of our sermons meet those four criteria, but you still might like to know which sermons were most popular among other customers—and for a limited time they're available at 25 percent off. So, without further delay, these are the Top 10 sermon downloads for 2011:
- God Is Holy, by Dan Meyer: Gaining a glimpse of God's holy fire
- God Is Present and Powerful, by Dan Meyer: Because of the gospel we are no longer essentially sinners. We are essentially saints.
- What to Do When Your Fig Tree Doesn't Blossom, by Jeffrey Arthurs: We can trust the person of God even when we can't grasp the plan of God.
- It's God's Party, Not Yours, by Francis Chan: The purpose of your life involves bowing to the authority of Christ.
- A Prescription for the Spiritually Challenged, by Haddon Robinson: God calls "spiritually challenged" people to show love through forgiveness.
- Enter the King of Glory, by Philip Ryken: It is not enough simply to say that Jesus is the King of glory; you must enthrone him as the King of your heart.
- Finding God in the Dark by Chuck DeGroat: By bringing our laments to God, we engage God and declare our trust in him.
- Falling Madly in Love with God, by Francis Chan: Let the Holy Spirit work a miracle in your heart—loving the God who loves you.
- Defiled and Cleansed, by Ligon Duncan: In Christ the defiled and excluded are now healed and accepted.
- The Big Picture of God's Faithfulness, by Jenny Salt: When you know God's track record of faithfulness, you'll want to respond with trust and obedience.
It's been a privilege to serve our community of preachers throughout 2011 and may God richly bless your ministry of preaching in 2012.
Sincerely in Christ,
Managing Editor, PreachingToday.com