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Dr. Paul David Tripp is a pastor and best-selling author. This podcast features Paul's new Bible Study, the Ask Paul Tripp Show, sermons, conference messages, radio broadcasts, and other audio resources that connect the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life.
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In today’s episode, we’ll hear Paul explain how two particular passages - Psalm 46 and Isaiah 40 - have helped him through difficult times. First, he goes through Psalm 46 - a psalm he describes as "The Ultimate Cataclysmic Psalm". He then goes through Isaiah 40 and explains how that passage has brought him comfort in uncertain times.
1 John 4 is arguably the New Testament's most "easy-to-understand" description and application of love. In the second sermon in this three-part sermon series “The Invitation To Love”, Paul Tripp defines love. But you won't find this definition in a dictionary; you find it in a Person. For the first sermon in this series, check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episode 100.
How would you define worship? Maybe a weekend service comes to mind, with preaching and singing. Maybe you count your mid-week small group as a worship experience. But here's what you need to know about worship: it's always first your identity before it's ever your activity. In this final episode of Survival Skills, Paul Tripp explains how everything we do is, somehow, someway, an expression of worship.For the entire Survival Skills series, listen to The Paul Tripp Podcast episodes 059, 063, 073, 075, 077, 079, 081, 083, 085, 087, 089, 091, 093, 095, 096, 099, 101, and 103.
Christians often describe themselves as “people of faith”. But simply having faith is not unique. Everyone in the world has faith - Everyone is motivated by some kind of hope. Everyone holds to a set of convictions. The question of real importance is, “What have you put your faith in?”In today’s episode, we’ll listen to Paul’s first session in a Bible study he did on Hebrews 11 called “Faith: What Are You Hoping For?” You can purchase the full bible study at PaulTripp.com/faith
God is in the process of lovingly fixing everything that sin has broken. You can define it in one word - redemption. As God's children, we're not only called to be recipients of redemption but participants as well. In today’s episode Survival Skills, Paul Tripp explains that if we belong to the Lord, our life becomes ministry, and ministry becomes our life. For the first 16 episodes of this series, check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episodes 059, 063, 073, 075, 077, 079, 081, 083, 085, 087, 089, 091, 093, 095, 096, and 099.
You may not be called to full-time vocational ministry, but if you are a child of God, you have been called to a lifestyle of love. In today’s episode, we’ll listen to a sermon from Paul David Tripp where he teaches from 1 John 4, one of the New Testament's most focused definitions of love.
The average person speaks about 7,000 words a day. And there are nearly one million words in the English language. So...out of all the words we say, and out of all the words we could choose, what's the most beautiful word available to us? Find out on today’s episode of Survival Skills.For the first 15 episodes in this series, listen to The Paul Tripp Podcast episodes 059, 063, 073, 075, 077, 079, 081, 083, 085, 087, 089, 091, 093, 095, and 096.
"A church that does not exist to reclaim heathenism, to fight evil, to destroy error, to put down falsehood, a church that does not exist to take the side of the poor, to denounce injustice and to hold up righteousness is a church that has no right to be. Not for yourself, O church, do you exist, any more than Christ existed for Himself." - Charles SpurgeonIn today’s episode, Paul wants to address the current events affecting our nation and help us think through them from a biblical perspective.
097. Who Is Worthy?

097. Who Is Worthy?

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Revelation 5 describes the most raucous worship celebration recorded in Scripture, but why does God include that in His Word? In today’s episode, we’ll hear a sermon from Paul Tripp where he explains why we have reason to celebrate, and why we don't need to wait until eternity to start celebrating.
God is angry. But it's not the anger of a vengeful, evil person who's out of control and wants to harm. God is angry because, as Lord, King, Creator, and Ruler of the universe, He will not forsake His holy cause. In today’s episode of Survival Skills, Paul David Tripp explains that God's people are often angry for all the wrong reasons.For the first 14 episodes of the series, check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episodes 059, 063, 073, 075, 077, 079, 081, 083, 085, 087, 089, 091, 093, and 095.
When was the last time you really enjoyed waiting? When was the last time you planned waiting into your schedule? Did you thank the Lord for your wait the last time you were stuck in traffic? In this episode of Survival Skills, Paul explains why we hate to wait. But he also teaches how waiting is, by biblical description, part of God's glorious plan. For the first 13 episodes of Survival Skills, check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episodes 059, 063, 073, 075, 077, 079, 081, 083, 085, 087, 089, 091, and 093.
In some way this week, you were probably provoked to anger. What was it that provoked you? In Acts 17, the Apostle Paul is provoked, not by selfish circumstances, but because the city of Athens was full of idols. Are you provoked by the idolatry of your culture? In today’s episode, we’ll hear a sermon from Paul Tripp as we finish his series “Loving Your City” and in this final message, he argues that true ministry begins with provoked hearts of the people of God. For the first three sermons in the series, check out the Paul Tripp Podcast episodes 88, 90, and 92.
If you had to write a one-paragraph description of what Christianity is, what would you write? Would you write about having your sins forgiven? Being committed to worship and ministry? Understanding theology and doctrine? These are all important, but in today’s episode Paul Tripp reveals the essential core of Christianity that we often leave out as we continue through his old radio series “Survival Skills”. For the first 12 episodes of the radio series, check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episodes 059, 063, 073, 075, 077, 079, 081, 083, 085, 087, 089, and 091.
You have been called to shine as a light in the midst of a crooked and twisted generation. But that will never work if you have an unbiblical perspective of ministry. In today’s episode, we'll listen to the third sermon in Paul’s sermon series “Loving Your City”. For the first two sermons in the series, check out the Paul Tripp Podcast episodes 88 and 90.
Why does God choose to keep his children living in this fallen world? Wouldn't it be easier if we were transported into Heaven immediately after our salvation? In today’s episode of Survival Skills, Paul wants to encourage you that God has you exactly where he wants you, and he has given you the ability to exercise influence in the situations, locations, and relationships where you live.For the other episodes in this series, check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episodes 059, 063, 073, 075, 077, 079, 081, 083, 085, 087, and 089.
Babylon was a great cultural city, like New York City of today. But in Revelation 18, she has fallen. Self-glory has consumed Babylon and she has become a dwelling place for demons. But just like this great city, we have the capacity for a dangerous addiction to self-glory.For the first sermon in the series check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episode 088.
How many people really know you? Don't answer too quickly. Is there anyone who really knows where you struggle every day? Are there people who know what circumstances tend to overwhelm you? In this 11th episode of Survival Skills, Paul David Tripp explains why the body of Christ is designed to pursue intentionally-intrusive community. For the first 10 episodes of Survival Skills, check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episodes 059, 063, 073, 075, 077, 079, 081, 083, 085, and 087.
You live in a world where things are not the way they're supposed to be. Shalom has been shattered. But there will be a day when Shalom is going to be restored once again. In the meantime, you're called to be active and compassionate ambassadors for Christ wherever you live.In today’s episode, you'll hear Paul preach a sermon from Revelation 21 from a series he did called “Loving Your City”. Over the next few weeks, we'll post all four of the sermons from this series on The Paul Tripp Podcast.
Are you tired of things being the same? Is your daily routine an endless, repetitive hassle? Maybe you even feel like Bill Murray in Groundhog Day! In this episode, Paul David Tripp explains that we will only be able to make sense of right here, right now when we eavesdrop on eternity.For the first nine episodes of "Survival Skills", check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episodes 059, 063, 073, 075, 077, 079, 081, 083, and 085.For more radio broadcasts, visit www.PaulTripp.com/radio
We’re living in a period of time filled with unrest and anxiety as a pandemic sweeps through our globe and tensions rise in our nation. So in today’s episode, we’ll hear our audiobook narrator Bevan Greiner read 5 of Paul Tripp’s meditations from his devotional “My Heart Cries Out”. We pray these poems bring Christ-centered comfort to your soul during these uncertain times.
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Angharad Elizabeth Davies

Why is the speaker so sarcastic? The content is good but the sarcasm is patronising.

Feb 6th
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Brenda Knutson

Thank you for putting into words what I could not, but knew in my heart, regarding yoga.

Jan 6th
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Samgames10

Love The Podcast, I have finally found a good Christian podcast!

Jul 7th
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