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It’s not natural to want the things of God. Only a person inhabited by the Spirit of God would desire his ways. In today’s episode, we’ll finish this sermon series from 1 Corinthians, and today, Paul explains the difference between the natural person and the spiritual person and the dangers that come with both. If you’ve been enjoying The Paul Trip…
 
While Christianity relies on faith and not sight, it is not anti-wisdom. In today’s episode, we’ll continue through Paul’s sermon series from 1 Corinthians, and today, Paul explains why Christianity is actually all about wisdom: a secret and hidden wisdom that comes from God alone. If you’ve been enjoying The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us a r…
 
We shouldn't be surprised when the world mocks the church of Jesus Christ. In today’s episode, we’ll listen to another sermon from Paul Tripp. In it, he explains why the cross is folly to those who are perishing and how Christians can engage culture with its power. If you’ve been enjoying The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us a review! Your revie…
 
Parenting is a challenge. There are inevitable conflicts that pop up as a result of parenting in a fallen world. In today’s episode, Paul is going to give 7 more principles to help you in your parenting journey. To listen to the first 7 principles, check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episode 215. If you’ve been enjoying The Paul Tripp Podcast, please …
 
Your life is shaped by a hunger for glory and, if you’re honest with yourself, you often try to satisfy that glory with physical, created things that were never meant to satisfy your heart. In today’s episode, we’ll continue through Paul’s Bible Study in the book of Proverbs by looking at three more themes. 1. The Glory War Of Proverbs 2. Proverbs …
 
The church of Jesus Christ has many reasons for disunity - cultural background, social and economic status, or just plain personal preference. But the Gospel of Jesus should transcend them all. In today’s episode, we’ll listen to a sermon from Paul Tripp where he takes a look at the church of Corinth and examines three things that happen when the G…
 
If you're a human being, you have the ability to communicate. And for the Christian, we need to ask one ultimate question: what does God want me to say? In this final episode from our 10-part series on Biblical communication, Paul Tripp reveals that we need to speak like an ambassador. If you’ve been enjoying The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us…
 
People everywhere are fascinated with royalty. We watch TV shows about the royal family and tune into royal weddings. In today’s episode, Paul Tripp thinks he knows why: “We are attracted to the monarchy because, secretly, we would all like to be king. We wonder what it would be like if we ruled our own world.” If you've been enjoying The Paul Trip…
 
Parents, are you struggling with parenting in a broken world? Are you weary of the endless demands and sleepless nights? In today’s episode, Paul wants to help alleviate some of your burden with seven principles that can change your family. 1. Calling 2. Grace 3. Law 4. Inability 5. Identity 6. Process 7. Lost If you enjoy The Paul Tripp Podcast, p…
 
Are you tired of making the same mistakes over and over again? Do you commit yourself to make a change, but always end up falling back to the same place? You don’t have to be discouraged anymore, because the Gospel of Jesus Christ gives you the grace to be truly transformed. In today’s episode, we continue through this series on communication, and …
 
Sin never delivers what it promises. Sin will lure you in with empty promises of endless pleasure and leave you addicted, enslaved, and utterly broken. In today’s episode, we’ll continue through Paul’s bible study, The Gospel: One Proverb At A Time and look at three more themes found throughout this book of wisdom. 1. The Danger of Sin 2. A Case St…
 
We don't like to admit it, but it really is true: when it comes to communication, our biggest problem exists inside of us, not outside of us. We want to blame other people or the weather or the traffic, but the Bible is clear: out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks. In today’s episode, Paul Tripp diagnoses our communication problem and …
 
Your garden will continue to look lifeless if you refuse to admit there are weeds growing in it. The only way your garden will ever look healthy is if you face the fact that it's filled with weeds. In the same way, your world of talk will only change if you admit your need for help. In today’s episode, Paul opens up to Ephesians 1 and gives us four…
 
It was a world-altering moment, full of drama and tension. Adam and Eve were walking in the Garden of Eden, living in perfect harmony with the Great Speaker, God. But then the Great Deceiver entered the Garden and Satan spoke. In today’s episode, we’ll continue through this series on communication, and today, Paul Tripp teaches how our world of tal…
 
Think about your life for a minute. There's arguably no ability you rely upon more than your ability to communicate. Think of how magical it is for a parent when their child says his or her first words. In today’s episode, we’ll continue through this old radio series on communication, and today, Paul will teach about the importance of our talk. If …
 
Have you ever heard someone say, "talk is cheap?" The fact of the matter is that your talk is anything but cheap. Words are powerfully important. But you won't understand the significance of words until you understand, at a heart level, that the very first words spoken on earth were from God. In today’s episode, Paul teaches how our words have deep…
 
Whether you know it or not, you’re living in the midst of a great big spiritual drama. The book of Proverbs reminds us about who God is, who we are, and how we should be responding to Him. We can either bend the knee and worship our God or reject His counsel and deny His existence. In today’s episode, we continue through Paul’s bible study through …
 
All of your hope as a Christian is rooted in the fact that, by grace, God has adopted you as his child. In today’s episode, Paul Tripp discusses why parents should consider adoption and the challenges they will face in this fallen world. If you enjoy The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us a review! Your review helps us reach more people with the t…
 
Talking is one of the most familiar activities for all of us. We never stop talking. And in our world of talk, God doesn't want us to grow complacent because He has a high standard for communication. In today’s episode, we continue through Paul’s series on communication, and in it, he reveals four foundational principles that will shape the rest of…
 
No matter who you are, what you do, or where you live, you talk. Talking is essential to humanity. But there is a war that rages in our talk and we're in grave danger of being blind to it. In today’s episode, we’ll begin a series on communication, and in this episode, Paul Tripp makes us stop to consider what is going on in our world of talk. If yo…
 
If you want to live in a home of unity, understanding, and love, you need each member of your family to live by these five words. 1. Surrender 2. Purpose 3. Discipline 4. Patience 5. Mercy If you enjoy The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us a review! Your review helps us reach more people with the transforming power of the gospel.…
 
What's the key to standing firm in the midst of difficulty? In this final sermon from 1 Peter, Paul summarizes the epistle and provides three directives for steadfastness: 1. Celebrate grace 2. Love one another 3. Find peace in the Gospel If you enjoy The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us a review! Your review helps us reach more people with the …
 
Have you ever experienced debilitating fear over something? Whether it’s a situation or a particular phobia, we’ve all experienced fear in our lives. In today’s episode, we will continue through Paul’s bible study in the book of Proverbs as Paul begins diving into individual themes found throughout the book. In the first segment has Paul wants to l…
 
How often are you discouraged and distraught by the difficulties of life? In today’s episode, we continue through 1 Peter, and today, Paul Tripp provides five directives for living with a "carefree mentality" even in the most trying of times. If you enjoy The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us a review! Your review helps us reach more people with …
 
If you were able to design your perfect week, where everything went the way you wanted it to go, what would that week look like? Chances are it wouldn’t contain any suffering! In today’s episode, we’ll continue through Paul’s sermon series in 1 Peter, and today, Paul explains why suffering should be our new normal and provides 6 ways to respond bib…
 
Why do self-defense classes exist? Because we live in a world where danger exists, and people need to arm themselves against danger. In today’s episode, we continue through Paul’s sermon series in 1 Peter, and today, Paul teaches on "defensive, Christological thinking" and how it prepares us for suffering, temptation, the coming judgment, and etern…
 
If you ever need to speak to an individual or group of people that you don't know very well, and you want to speak a word that will apply to them, speak a word of encouragement or comfort. In today’s episode, we continue through this sermon series in 1 Peter, and today, Paul looks at the encouraging words that Peter has for Christians experiencing …
 
In today’s episode, we’ll listen to the first session from Paul’s conference “Dangerous Calling: Confronting The Unique Challenges of Pastoral Ministry”. In this session, Paul discusses the ministry dangers every pastor has to face. If you enjoy The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us a review! Your review helps us reach more people with the transf…
 
In today’s episode, we continue through Paul’s brand new bible study, “The Gospel: One Proverb At A Time” as we hear three more introductory segments about this book of wisdom. 1. Every Proverb Points Us To Paradise 2. Every Proverb Has Convicting Power 3. Every Proverb Tells The Story Of Scripture If you enjoy The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave …
 
Suffering is part of life in a broken world. There are times when our suffering is the result of our sin and we suffer its natural consequences. But other times, we suffer because of Christ. In today’s episode, we’ll listen to a sermon from 1 Peter and in it, Paul looks at three profound principles about suffering.…
 
Whether he knew it or not, John Mellencamp penned profound theology with his famous lyrics, "I fight authority; Authority always wins." In today’s episode, we continue through Paul’s sermon series in 1 Peter, and today, Paul explains the purpose and role of authority in our lives as believers.Bởi Paul David Tripp
 
In this episode, we’ll listen to an interview Paul had on the Crossway Podcast about how the gospel comes to bear on the day-to-day realities of marriage and why that's more than just a platitude. The latest edition of my marriage book: http://paultripp.com/marriage The Crossway Podcast: https://www.crossway.org/articles/crossway-podcasts/…
 
Have you ever thought that we overcomplicated the simple message of the Christian life? In today’s episode, we continue through Paul’s sermon series from 1 Peter, and in this sermon, Paul defines the fundamental job description of every Christian with three basic commands: live like an alien, fight like a soldier, behave like an ambassador.…
 
God has called all of his children to live as light in a dark world, but many of us have allowed common obstacles to interfere with our ministry lifestyle. In today’s episode, Paul examines three particular obstacles that tend to get in the way of effective ministry: 1. Too Busy For Ministry 2. Too Proud For Ministry 3. Too Selfish For Ministry…
 
In today’s episode, we continue through Paul’s brand new bible study, “The Gospel: One Proverb At A Time”. In this episode he discusses two more aspects of God's character that are revealed in each proverb: 1. Every Proverb Reveals The Grace Of God 2. Every Proverb Displays God's SovereigntyBởi Paul David Tripp
 
What does it look like to love one another, or to love your neighbor? The call to love is all throughout the Old and New Testaments. In today’s episode, we continue through Elect Exiles, a sermon series from 1st Peter, and in this message, Paul unpacks four characteristics of love that will radically shape your relationships and ministry.…
 
If you had to pinpoint one specific problem that plagues your marriage, what would you say? In today’s episode, we’ll listen to the second session from Paul’s conference "What Did You Expect? Redeeming The Realities of Marriage". In it, he focuses on the one issue that affects everyone’s marriage and helps us understand what we can do about it.…
 
Even though Christians have been given the wisdom of the Bible and the indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit, we struggle to keep our values in line with God's values. In today’s episode, we continue through Paul’s sermon series in 1 Peter and today Paul preaches on three values from 1 Peter that will alter the way we live until Christ returns.…
 
In today's podcast, Paul answers four questions related to marriage. 1. How Do We Deal With Constant Arguing In Our Marriage? 2. My Spouse Is Constantly Discouraged. What Can I Do To Help? 3. How Can We Pursue More Spiritual Connection In Our Marriage? 4. How Can We Establish Healthier Boundaries With In-Laws? Paul's brand new edition of his marria…
 
Have you searched and inquired carefully about your salvation? Today, we continue through Paul’s series "Elect Exiles" in the book of 1 Peter, and in this sermon, Paul explains how the process of investigative reporting on the story of your eternal destiny can keep you stable in times of trouble.Bởi Paul David Tripp
 
Are you experiencing grief, trials, or tests that come from the hand of a loving God? In today’s episode, we continue through Paul’s sermon series "Elect Exiles" from the book of 1 Peter. In this message, Paul unpacks Peter's metaphor of metallurgy and explains how there are only two gospels we choose to preach to ourselves in these moments: the go…
 
If you were writing to friends and family members who were suffering, what would you write? In today’s episode, we’ll listen to the introductory sermon for a series in 1st Peter called "Elect Exiles". In this message, Paul unpacks the pastoral wisdom behind the challenges Peter gives to the elect exiles and how we can benefit from these reminders.…
 
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