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Is your love for the Lord growing cold? Do you remember a time when you were more intentional about loving and serving other believers, more serious about fighting sin, and more eager to tell other people about Jesus? Have you become casual about eternal realities? In this message from David Platt from Nehemiah 13, we’ll see the danger of spiritual…
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With so many views on what will happen before Jesus returns, how do we know which one is correct? Can we know for certain what Revelation means when it talks about the millennium? In this message on Revelation 20, pastor David Platt teaches us that while there is debate on what will happen before Jesus returns, we know that Christ is in control and…
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Man-centered worldliness will ultimately be overcome by God-centered worship. God is faithful and true. Christ is the Messianic warrior. He is the King of kings and Lord of lords. Let’s revere, rejoice, and be ready for his coming. In this message on Revelation 19, Pastor David Platt teaches us to bow before the splendor of God and behold the supre…
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The book of Revelations is filled with analogies that point to God’s glory and the hope we have only in Christ. In this message on Revelation 17–18, Pastor David Platt emphasizes the importance of loving God and not the world. He shares two implications for Christian lifeDavid Platt
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How do we worship God in his wrath? In this message on Revelation 15–16, Pastor David Platt teaches us how to worship the sovereign and powerful Lord. The book of Revelation is a series of apocalyptic visions filled with prophetic pronouncements written as a congregational letter. These visions include various symbols and numbers (which often lead …
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As we think of the greatness of God and the massive number of people around the world, it’s easy to feel small and insignificant. Even Christians can start to feel as if God doesn’t know or care about the details of our lives. However, as David Platt points out in this message from Nehemiah 7, the God who redeems us knows everything about us—and he…
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