S. Lewis Johnson on Prayer

September 29, 2009

SLEWISJOHNSON In this 8 part series provided by the SLJ Institute, Dr. S. Lewis Johnson teaches on the theology of prayer in a way that is sadly, and unfortunately, lacking in many (so-called) churches today. Highly recommended for all Christians no matter their stage of spiritual maturity. Each lesson is available here or you can download each MP3 individually below.

  1. The Theology of Prayer: the Nature, Object and Grounds of Prayer
  2. Prayer and the Attributes, part I (Why Bother and Infinite, Omnipotent God of Love?)
  3. Prayer and the Attributes, part II (Does Prayer Change an Unchanging God?)
  4. Prayer and the Decrees
  5. The Problem of Unanswered Prayer, part I
  6. The Problem of Unanswered Prayer, part II
  7. The Necessity of Prayer
  8. Importunate Prayer

e-Resource Tip: Journey into the Gospel with Friends

October 15, 2008

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The first two chapters of Paul Washer’s Journey into the Gospel with Friends is now available as a free pdf. download.  Now you can follow along with Paul through the recently added video teachings and hopefully glean even more wonderful truths of the glorious gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!

Source: Heart Cry Missionary Society

Related: e-Resource Tip: The Truth About Man also by Paul Washer

Albert Mohler Sermon Series on The Ten Commandments

October 14, 2008

Mohler Sometime back I wrote this post about the Ten Commandments adding a lament about how rare it is to hear the Law taught from the pulpit. In the 40 Sundays since I wrote that post things have not changed and, although I have heard some great sermons in the intervening span of time, I still have not heard a single sermon preached about the Law in a Church service I have attended.

I have, however, discovered a great series of sermons by Albert Mohler on the Ten Commandments at the Monergism MP3 Library. The series is classic Mohler and rightly deserves a place in every Christian’s MP3 Library.

Listen/Download here: The First Commandment, The Second Commandment, The Third Commandment, The Fourth Commandment, The Fifth Commandment, The Sixth Commandment, The Seventh Commandment, The Eighth Commandment, The Ninth Commandment, The Tenth Commandment.

e-Resource Tip: BibleShared.com

September 29, 2008

bibleshared1 I recently discovered a free on-line Bible reading program called BibleShared that I have really grown to appreciate for a number of reasons. Reason first: Simplicity. This is not to say that it is in anyway minimalistic, in fact the opposite is true- BibleShared has a full set of Bible reading features but with all the unnecessary components striped out. For example, with BibleShared you can write notes in the “margin” using a link provided in each verse, share those notes with a whole group or just a select few, and see what other people are reading and writing about.

Reason next: There are only two Bible translation options to read from – KJV and NASB. Like I said, the focus of BibleShared is on Bible reading.

This brings me to final reason I’ve grown to appreciate BibleShared more than any other on-line Bible reading program- its reading progress tracker. The progress tracker is simple, elegant, and robust and allows you to easily track both your digital and  off-line Bible reading progress.

C.H. Spurgeon once said “The whole book is about Him. Look for him on every page. He is there. If you fail to see Him there, you need to read that page again”, BibleShared is one digital tool that can help you do just that.

e-Resource Tip: The Truth About Man

April 7, 2008

Paul Washer has a new book available online titled The Truth About Man (A Biblical Study of the Doctrine of Man).


The great goal of this study is for the student to have an encounter with God through His Word. Founded upon the conviction that the Scriptures are the inspired and infallible Word of God, this study has been designed in such a way that it is literally impossible for the student to advance without an open Bible before him or her. Our goal is to obey the exhortation of the apostle Paul in II Timothy 2:15: “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.”

It’s solid food cover to cover. By the way, be sure to read the Introduction– especially if you have ever wondered about the importance of studying Biblical doctrine.

e-Resource Tip: Faith By Hearing Blog

March 28, 2008

Faith By HearingIf you haven’t already discovered it, check out the Faith by Hearing web log.


Faith by Hearing is designed to collect and categorize the ever-growing availabilty [sic] of great Reformed and conservative evangelical audio preaching & teaching that has a high view of God and Scripture.

The content is as rich as any other resource of it’s kind that I have found and it is better organized than most. This is one web site you will want to visit over and over again.

e-Resource Tip: How To Share the Gospel

February 20, 2008

Toby Brillon has posted a three part lesson on How To Share The Gospel that includes audio, video, and handouts all of which can be viewed and downloaded here.

If you don’t do anything else, watch the “Interview With An Atheist” video.

Source: Repent and Trust the Blog