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Top Ten Sermons of 2011

Preaching Today's best sermons from 2011

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:

  1. to serve as models of outstanding preaching,
  2. to feed the preacher's soul,
  3. to inspire a preacher's own creative thinking,
  4. 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:

  1. God Is Holy , by Dan Meyer: Gaining a glimpse of God's holy fire
  2. God Is Present and Powerful , by Dan Meyer: Because of the gospel we are no longer essentially sinners. We are essentially saints.
  3. 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.
  4. It's God's Party, Not Yours , by Francis Chan: The purpose of your life involves bowing to the authority of Christ.
  5. A Prescription for the Spiritually Challenged , by Haddon Robinson: God calls "spiritually challenged" people to show love through forgiveness.
  6. 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.
  7. Finding God in the Dark by Chuck DeGroat: By bringing our laments to God, we engage God and declare our trust in him.
  8. 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.
  9. Defiled and Cleansed , by Ligon Duncan: In Christ the defiled and excluded are now healed and accepted.
  10. 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,

Matt Woodley
Managing Editor, PreachingToday.com

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