"Oh to Grace how great a debtor
daily I'm constrained to be.
Let thy goodness, like a fetter
bind my wandering heart to Thee!"


Thursday, April 24, 2008

The Great Privilege

This is one of the best sermons I have ever heard....and I don't say that lightly. I have watched it 4 times in the last week because it is just that powerful. I posted a ten minute clip of it a week or two ago, but this is the entire sermon. I pray that we will listen and take heed to this message.

"I don't need to be a prophet or a son of a prophet to know what your God is, I only have to watch your life. When Jesus Christ is just something you do at the beginning of the week, but yet throughout your life you are a practical atheist, I know who your God is and it is not the one who is the One true God. When you have just enough Christianity to make you moral and comfortable in the south, I know who your God is. If I could look into your mind to see what occupies your mind I will know what your God is."
-Paul Washer

4 comments:

Anton Karbanovich said...

hey i go to school in Powell Tn.
i heard this message life and talked to him after the service.
he is awesome...

www.seekinghisglory.com

Adam said...

Paul Washer is like a modern day Jonathan Edwards. His sermons are always really convicting & I think those are always the most beneficial. "The Narrow Way" is a really great sermon by him.

Keep up the awesome work on the blog!

Adam said...

Paul Washer is like a modern day Jonathan Edwards. His sermons are always really convicting & I think those are always the most beneficial. "The Narrow Way" is a really great sermon by him.

Keep up the awesome work on the blog!

reclaimingtruth said...

Yeah me and anton went to that service it was awesome!

Great message, I think I ran out room on my paper with notes.