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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Getting the Most from Your Pastor’s Sermon

The Source
Prof was one of the main reasons I went to Dallas Seminary.  I took all of the courses he taught and graded his leadership course for two years.  I was privileged to travel with him and his wife to a conference in which he spoke.

The Recommendation
My son, John, has listened to a lot of Prof’s messages.  Discipleship Library has an extensive collection of his messages that have been moved from tape to mp3.  In response to yesterday’s post, John called with a recommendation of one of Prof’s messages that I had not heard, “How to Get the Most Out of a Sermon.”

The Suggestion
Rather than write something, I will let a better voice prevail.  The message is on this page, the easiest way to find it is to search the page for “sermon” (on a PC type ctrl+f and then type sermon in the search box and then enter).  You can then download the message or listen to it online, if you want to bypass all of that and listen to it now click here.

1 comment:

  1. Good message. Thanks for recommendation, Mike.
    I am challenged to come to the table with my hands washed and expecting to listen to the Spirit to speak to me personally, not to someone else.