Thursday, 20 September 2007

Paul Washer on thre truth of the gospel

This is a Shockingly Powerful & Biblical message
preached to about 5,000 youth in a day when youth
are appealed to through shallow and worldly means.

At one point in this sermon the 5,000 Youth are
clapping and yelling BUT THEN the preacher makes
a comment that CHANGES THE WHOLE ATMOSPHERE TO
WHERE YOU COULD HAVE HEARD A PIN DROP... As you
can imagine, the preacher was never invited back.

9 comments:

I want more of Him said...

This message was pure, holy, and Godly...about 25 minutes into the video, Mr. Washer speaks about how you can know that you are following a false prophet. This was a great message and one that told the real Word of God, with a truthful message of repentance. If anyone is questioning their Christianity, they need to watch this video. It will definitely clarify some things.

jcrep32 said...

This is a powerful message.I admire how he was more concerned about pleasing his Father instead of the crowd.Man was he right about american evangelism.With it's promises of a better life and no mention of repentance.When speaking of God the wrath and judgement of God is left out.Because people are afraid to offend others.Shame on the body of Christ.Awesome site Dazzrai, I found you because of pulpit pimps keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

I have never been so touched by message such as this!!

Thank you so much.....

God Bless You...

Anonymous said...

This was a moving sermon. It was moving not in the sense of tickling the heart, but in the sense of provoking change from the inside out. thanx for posting this.

I do have one question, how do you know that this preacher was not invited back to the church he delivered this sermon at?

SupaNova

Areopagus77 said...

There is no doubt that what Paul Washer said needed to be heard. I have no problem with the proper preaching of the law. His critique of American Evangelicalism was spot on. Those youth in attendance needed a wake-up call like this concerning their obsession with the culture. Their understanding of Christianity is likely in need of a major overhaul. But he offered no comfort of the gospel, but rather said that one knows one is "saved" by examining their own life. This is not the gospel, the gospel calls us to look outside of ourselves to Christ and His work alone for assurance. The scriptures commands to "examine ourselves" are not only about personal progressive sanctification, but more importantly to examine our beliefs. Our beliefs and doctrine must always comport with the truth of scripture. But when it comes to the question of assurance we should recall the words of Luther, "the entire gospel is outside of us". Amen and amen! Thank God that we can look to Christ and His righteousness alone as the soul assurance of our justification before God.

Martin said...

i have never heard or watched such an amazing preaching about the gospel ,my life and my whole idea about salvation and cross has changed as I was more focused on prosperity ,blessings ,healings,future etc now my only aim concern is making the CROSS real in my life and leading a holy life pleasing unto God the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit constantly repenting each and everyday Thank you brother Paul

Martin said...

i have never heard or watched such an amazing preaching about the gospel ,my life and my whole idea about salvation and cross has changed as I was more focused on prosperity ,blessings ,healings,future etc now my only aim concern is making the CROSS real in my life and leading a holy life pleasing unto God the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit constantly repenting each and everyday Thank you brother Paul

Witt said...

Again, I agree with you, not that our agreements matter, for it is the judgment seat of Christ that I run this race for trying to stay on the narrow path that I can finish the race with my Lord saying "well done." I listen to Paul Washer at least once a week from sermonaudio.com. A lot of other good teachers, preachers, and evangelist there to listen to as well.

Anonymous said...

He actually called the USA the most wicked nation on Earth. Then he tells about a 5-year-old boy killed for being a Christian in Nigeria. That seems a little more wicked than the USA, doesn't it?

It's like he's mad at Americans for being bad Christians or misled non-Christians, but everyone in Peru or Eastern Europe is holy. Not even close to realistic or fair.

His prayers are speeches, not prayers. That's something straight out of the Pharisee handbook.

It's *extremely* perverse to wish that your son will go to the most dangerous place on Earth. No sane parent wants that. They might approve it for God, but they won't ever desire it, and there's nothing wrong with that.

I guess I wasn't as impressed as some others.