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FAITH, Risking and Resting on The Word of God
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The Kindle edition of my book, Faith, Risking and Resting on The Word of God, will be free through Monday, Nov. 11th.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Young Nov 11, 2019.

LISTENING
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LISTENINGListening is one of the most powerful tools you can employ to improve your preaching. Of course, we primarily need to listen to God. In Isaiah 55:3 God calls us to do just that.“Give ear and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pray.Network Curator/Coordinator May 9, 2019.

3 WALKING YOUR SERMON

Every week when I was a pastor, I did what I called walking my sermons. Although this depends on the Biblical foundations I wrote about last week, I believe it is the most valuable advice I can give…Continue

Tags: PREACHING, PRAYER, HOT-COMMUNICATION, SERMONS

Started Apr 15, 2019

PREACH THE WORD

What I am teaching is expository or direct Biblical preaching. I believe there is a place for topical preaching and apologetic, or subject teaching. But you will find great power in sharing what God…Continue

Tags: POWER, PURPOSE, BIBLICAL, PREACHING

Started Apr 8, 2019

 

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Malva Birch commented on David Young's blog post A SOLEMN JOY
"Thank You God, for this solemn joy of eternal salvation and for Your Presence. Thank You Lord Jesus."
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A SOLEMN JOY

We celebrated the Lord’s Supper at church Sunday. We had not been at church in person for more than a year, and we rejoiced to be there. The pastor began by saying, “Communion is a serious celebration.” I immediately thought of the words, “solemn joy.”We do not often use those two words together. But they describe a greater intensity of joy than candles on a birthday cake. The closest picture I can think of for this is weeping for joy, although tears do not cover the entire range of solemn joy.…See More
Apr 15
Malva Birch commented on David Young's blog post THE SIGN OF AUTHORITY
"Lord God, help us to hear Your voice clearly and to trust our lives to Your authority in all we do every day. Thank You in the Name of Jesus Christ, amen."
Apr 9
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THE SIGN OF AUTHORITY

 I walked around in a joyous daze after Jesus raised my brother from the grave. But Jesus knew there was danger there for Him, for all of us. Many people who came to comfort my sister and me after our brother’s death believed in Jesus when they saw what He did. Others went immediately to tell the Pharisees. Jesus took His closest disciples east into the wilderness to spend time alone with us. The 12…See More
Apr 8
Malva Birch commented on David Young's blog post PRAYING FOR LOVE
"Lord God, Please help us to love one another. Without You we can do nothing. Thank You in the Name of Jesus Christ, amen."
Apr 4
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PRAYING FOR LOVE

I fear the greatest reason for the hostility being expressed in politics, social media and nearly every area of society is the absence of love. We who know the Lord and believe the Bible can know something more complex about love than most people. There were several words for love in the original language of the New Testament. The one I want to focus on is agape, the word explained in 1 Corthians 13. This…See More
Apr 2
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PRAYING FOR LOVE

I fear the greatest reason for the hostility being expressed in politics, social media and nearly every area of society is the absence of love. We who know the Lord and believe the Bible can know something more complex about love than most people. There were several words for love in the original language of the New Testament. The one I want to focus on is agape, the word explained in 1 Corthians 13. This…See More
Apr 2
Malva Birch commented on David Young's blog post HEARING HIS VOICE
"Lord Jesus, You give us an invitation to believe and understand. We accept Your invitation with joy and relief. Yes, we place out faith in You. Thank You. We praise You."
Mar 30
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HEARING HIS VOICE

  I was standing near the river remembering some good times we had had in this remote setting. We had been here many times before. We had just come from Jerusalem to this place where John first baptized. This week Jesus barely got away from the Chief Priests and the Pharisees. The crowd had picked up rocks to stone Jesus. I thought they had Him for sure. Peter broke into my reverie, “Thomas, people seem to have found out where we are. There are not many here today, but Jesus says more will…See More
Mar 26
Phil Miglioratti commented on David Young's blog post THE DANGER OF FALSEHOOD
"Posting on social media so others who are blinded by their partisan presuppositions begin to reimagine how our faith has been infected, from both left AND right. Also, I noticed a misspelled tag and while I was editing it, added a tag so that…"
Mar 20
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THE DANGER OF FALSEHOOD

God's people need to learn to fear and hate lies.We live in days of great deception. Believers need to know how seriously God takes falsehood and deception. We seem to think some little lies are okay. They are not. It no longer seems to be a big deal to post a list of things on social media about a politician or public figure you fear or dislike, some of which you cannot verify. Falsehoods are demonic. In John 8:44-46 Jesus spoke pointedly about this to the religious leaders of His day “You are…See More
Mar 20
David Young's blog post was featured

THE DANGER OF FALSEHOOD

God's people need to learn to fear and hate lies.We live in days of great deception. Believers need to know how seriously God takes falsehood and deception. We seem to think some little lies are okay. They are not. It no longer seems to be a big deal to post a list of things on social media about a politician or public figure you fear or dislike, some of which you cannot verify. Falsehoods are demonic. In John 8:44-46 Jesus spoke pointedly about this to the religious leaders of His day “You are…See More
Mar 20
Malva Birch commented on David Young's blog post THE SIGN OF BLINDNESS
"Lord God, I agree with Dave. Please open our eyes to see what You did for us and open our hearts to believe Your Words. Help us to see and believe that what happened to us came about to reveal God's works so that Your plans and purposes for…"
Mar 14
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THE SIGN OF BLINDNESS

 There was always great excitement in those early meetings of the church in Jerusalem. The opposition mounted by the leaders of our people and even Roman authorities added to the thrill of gathering in the name of Jesus. Some of us met every day of the week. Our largest gatherings were on Sundays because we did not have to compete with the Sabbath services led by the priests, although many of us still preferred our Sabbath traditions. People began gathering in the outer courts of the temple at…See More
Mar 11
Malva Birch commented on David Young's blog post DEALING WITH THE SIN OF RAVI
"Lord God, one of the heroes in die Old Testament is King David. He sinned terribly, but You didn't throw out the psalms he wrote because of his sins. King David's prayers became the prayers of Your people, Jews and Gentiles, and of ancient…"
Mar 8
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DEALING WITH THE SIN OF RAVI

I am shocked and grieved at the revelation of the sin of Ravi Zacharias. Ravi was a hero of mine. His demeanor and his teaching had a great influence on my life. I am aware that all of us are broken. We all sin. I am also convinced that what Ravi taught and demonstrated was from God despite the sexual sin that overtook him. But I need to say that so far believing these things has not relieved my grief at all.The fact that Ravi was evidently involved in these things while he was being used by…See More
Mar 5

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A SOLEMN JOY

We celebrated the Lord’s Supper at church Sunday. We had not been at church in person for more than a year, and we rejoiced to be there. The pastor began by saying, “Communion is a serious celebration.” I immediately thought of the words, “solemn joy.”

We do not often use those two words together. But they describe a greater…

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Posted on April 15, 2021 at 2:42pm — 1 Comment

THE SIGN OF AUTHORITY

 

I walked around in a joyous daze after Jesus raised my brother from the grave. But Jesus knew there was danger there for Him, for all of us. Many people who came to comfort my sister and me after our brother’s death believed in Jesus when they saw what He did. Others went…

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Posted on April 8, 2021 at 3:18pm — 1 Comment

PRAYING FOR LOVE

I fear the greatest reason for the hostility being expressed in politics, social media and nearly every area of society is the absence of love. We who know the Lord and believe the Bible can know…

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Posted on April 1, 2021 at 7:50pm — 1 Comment

HEARING HIS VOICE

  

I was standing near the river remembering some good times we had had in this remote setting. We had been here many times before. We had just come from Jerusalem to this place where John first baptized. This week Jesus barely got away from the Chief Priests and the Pharisees. The crowd had picked up rocks to stone Jesus. I thought they had Him for sure. 

Peter broke into…

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Posted on March 25, 2021 at 5:51pm — 1 Comment

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At 6:17pm on December 2, 2017, Andrew R. Wheeler said…

David, I'm sorry to take so long to get back to you - have been sick for a couple of weeks and not on PN.  Try this link for the China prayer cast - I got it directly from YouTube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3140SHt78c

At 7:55pm on September 20, 2016, Andrew R. Wheeler said…

David, apologies for taking so long to get back to you - my recent out-of-state move has pretty much dominated my time and I'm only now getting back to being on PN consistently.  I appreciate what you shared and the heart of integrity behind it.  You are a great example to me! 

I would also say that praying for the SC justices by name and simply leaving in God's hands how he wants to work in their lives and through their rulings is a very valid way to pray.  The strength of our prayers is not in the words, but in the One to whom we pray - not that you need to hear that from me!!

At 9:58am on August 8, 2014, Chuck Huckaby said…

Hanvn't seen that one. Have to check it out. 

At 9:57pm on August 7, 2014, Chuck Huckaby said…

If I find something interesting David, I'll let you know.

At 2:10am on September 17, 2010, Stephen M. Hall said…
David. Very good to hear from you. It is a joy to be your friend. God's best to you and your family. Steve
 
 
 

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