Friday, August 22, 2008


Steve posted a link on his blog to the sermon Dr. Mohler preached yesterday in the opening chapel service of the new academic year at Southern Seminary. Everyone should listen to this sermon, but especially those of us who are either in the ministry or are aspiring to the ministry. Ocassionally I hear a sermon that so convicts me and forces me to re-evaluate my service for Christ, that continuing in the status quo of my life becomes impossible. This is truely one of those sermons. Listen to it and then let me know if you agree.


David said...

I'm not "in ministry" per se, but I found Mohler's message convicting enough that I almost wish I hadn't heard it.

Garry Weaver said... we are accountable for it. OUCH!

Anonymous said...

That was a powerful sermon.

I hope y'all fared well during TS Fay. We got kinda wet at our house.

DJP said...

I'll check it out... with trepidation.

Garry Weaver said...

Fay dumped on us for days, but did little significant damage in Titusville. Everyone around us got hit pretty bad though.

It probably won't convict you as much as me because you are much more spiritual.

DJP said...

LOL, that was a brief meeting, wasn't it, brother?