Martyn Lloyd-Jones once said that "the work of preaching is the highest and greatest and most glorious calling to which anyone can ever be called." Such a high calling, however, comes with a high level of responsibility: As a pastor places his confidence in the Gospel’s power, the task of proclamation must be his chief concern. In the Pastor’s Study, we present a collection of sermons designed to help and encourage the Gospel-centered pastor as he evangelizes faithfully and establishes believers in the sound doctrine essential to spiritual growth.
In volume seven of this series, Alistair Begg emphasizes the sufficiency of Scripture in the pastor’s work. When pastors compromise the Bible’s truths or doubt its power, their ministry crumbles: God’s Word must be preached faithfully, regardless of the cultural climate. Pastors will be strengthened by these messages as they fulfill their callings and faithfully exposit Scripture.
|Preservation of the Saints (Ligonier)||John 10:25-30 Romans 8:35-39||Free|
|Ecclesiastes Speaks Today, Part One||Ecclesiastes 1:1-18||Free|
|Ecclesiastes Speaks Today, Part Two||Ecclesiastes 12:1-14||Free|
|Back to the Basics Again, Part One||2 Timothy 4:1-5||Free|
|Back to the Basics Again, Part Two||2 Timothy 4:1-5||Free|
|The Pastor's Role in the Praising Church||Free|
|We Do Not Lose Heart, Part One||2 Corinthians 4:7-18||Free|
|We Do Not Lose Heart, Part Two||2 Corinthians 4:7-18||Free|
|On Being a Pastor||Ephesians 4:11-12||Free|
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Many have forsaken Christ and have walked no more with Him; but what reason do you have to make a change? Has there been any reason for it in the past? Has Jesus not proved Himself all-sufficient? He asks you this morning, "Have I been a wilderness to you?" When your soul has simply trusted Jesus, have you ever been defeated? Have you not until now found your Lord to be a compassionate and generous friend to you, and has ...
The Reformers of the 16th century were moved to put their livelihoods, homes, fortunes, and lives on the line to restore the Church to the essential teachings of the Gospel. These core teachings have come down to us by five Latin phrases. Translated into English, they teach that salvation is according to Scripture alone, in Christ alone, by grace alone, through faith alone, for the glory of the God alone.