This is perhaps the most powerful sermon I have ever seen. I am going to watch it again tonight and I wanted to post it a second time.
John Piper: Seeing and Savoring the Supremacy of Christ in all Things, Passion Conference 2012
Check out my previous post on this same sermon:
“…Your name and renown are the desire of our souls” (Isa. 26:8).
I just watched the most awesome sermon by John Piper on the live stream of the Passion Conference where he was discussing a topic that we each need to meditate on regularly if we want out lives to become progressively conformed to the image of Christ: when we set our sights on the supremacy of the Name and glory of Jesus Christ, the little temptations and struggles of this world become extremely small.
The introduction to Piper’s well known book Desiring God begins with a discussion on the first question in the Westminster Larger Confession, “What is the chief and highest end of man?” The original answer is, “The chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.” Piper says that we “might turn the world on its head by changing one word” in the creed. He suggests that the chief end of man is to “glorify God by enjoying Him forever.” If this is the case, we can truly say as Piper does, “God is most glorified when we are most satisfied in Him.”
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