Mockingbird Spring 2013 Message

We live and breathe and have supernatural abilities to judge the actions of others (Romans 1:18,19; 2:14,15). We are even better at judging ourselves than others, because we have first hand knowledge of ourselves. Our judgments and criticisms of each other are not generally wrong; they are generally spot on. If the judgment and wrath […]

Anointing, Knowledge, & Confession

Here is the recording of a message I gave concerning Anointing, Knowledge, & Confession from 1 John 2:18-25. You can’t anoint yourself, it is all of grace! Anointing leads to direct experiential knowledge (Greek “eido”) not studied knowledge (Greek “ginosko”), and this leads to an inner heart confessional sort of understanding of the gospel. Enjoy!

The Glorious Impossibility

Tullian Tchividjian recently finished a wonderful series of messages on the sermon on the mount (Matthew 5, Matthew 6, Matthew 7), which I thought were good enough to warrant a comment from the humble likes of me. They are available via podcast here: iTunes, and on the new site. The White Horse Inn guys […]