My pastor just started a month long series on prayer.
Everyone seems to be on the same page lately.
I suppose that it is how it is supposed to be.
Yet, the convergence is kind of scary.
Here are some other voices on the same chord:
- David Platt
- The Role of Desperate Prayer in Relenting Wrath ( Added on Sept 11th, 2015 )
- Bill Johnson
- Jim Cymbala
- Ray Stedman
- Shane Idelman
- Tim Keller
- Postmodernism Tim Keller at Desiring God ( Added on 2015-09-15 )
- J.C. Ryle
- Ravi Zacharias
- Paul Washer
- Robert Morris
- Discerning the Jezebel Spirit
Added on :- 2015-09-14
- STOP tolerating Jezebel spirit – Robert Morris
Uploaded on : 2011-Apr-07
Added On: 2016-12-01
John Paul Jackson
- John Paul Jackson at Joni Table Talk ( Added on 2015-09-24 )
- Unmasking The Jezebel Spirit 1, John Paul Jackson ( Added on 2015-10-28 )
- Unmasking The Jezebel Spirit 2, John Paul Jackson ( Added on 2015-10-29 )
David Platt, Added on Sept 11th, 2015
David Joseph Platt is currently the president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s International Mission Board, and he is also the author of the New York Times Best Seller Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream. He released a follow-up book, Radical Together: Unleashing the People of God for the Purpose of God in April, 2011. And in February, 2013, he released Follow Me: A Call to Die. a Call to Live. Platt recently founded a resource ministry, Radical.net, dedicated to serving the church and making disciples of all nations.
He also served at Edgewater Baptist Church in New Orleans and resided in a parsonage when Hurricane Katrina hit, flooding the parsonage.
At the age of 26, Platt was hired to lead the congregation of The Church at Brook Hills, and he became known as the youngest megachurch pastor in America. He said, “I believe that God has uniquely created every one of His people to impact the world. Some may count it as idealistic, but I believe it is thoroughly biblical, rooted in Psalm 67:1-2, yet covering Scripture from beginning to end. God is in the business of blessing His people so that His ways and His salvation might be made known among all people.”
He holds to a continuationist view, meaning that the Biblical gifts of the Holy Spirit did not cease with the apostles and are operating today for the edification of the church.
In closing, I sign off with the words of one Kiki Sheard…Hear This.