Sermon of the week: “What’s In A Name?” by Phil Johnson.

Your sermon of the week is a wonderfully convicting message by Phil Johnson entitled What’s In A Name?

I say “wonderfully convicting” because it really opened my eyes to what it means to “take the Lord’s name in vain” and challenged me to be even more vigilant to keep His name holy and unprofaned.

Warning: Fans (and defenders) of Mark Driscoll will probably not like this message because Johnson doesn’t beat around the bush regarding Driscoll’s mouth.

This current installment is from Johnson’s series on the Ten Commandments that we are currently featuring on DefCon every other week as your Sermon of the Week (on Thursdays).

One thought on “Sermon of the week: “What’s In A Name?” by Phil Johnson.

  1. Sobering and biblically sound message. Gonna hafta listen to the first few in this series. Might save them all – I have Borgman’s sermons on the 5 solas and the TULIP, this would be a good reference on the 10 Commandments.

    Many thanks, Pilgrim (in my best John Wayne voice).


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