Listen to the Music Vol. 1
Finding Truth In Songs
7 Parts | By: Ed Young
Songs remembered. Can yesterday’s popular songs suggest important biblical principles for living today? Ed Young uses some classic Top-40 hits in this series, Listen to the Music, as a springboard to presenting eternal truths.
sermons from this Series
1. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
TopicalYou know Jesus Christ, Himself, talked a lot about sin. But He talked even more about a subject that most people rarely teach about or discuss. He talked more about lostness then He did sinfulness. Now all of us will admit that we are sinners. But few of us will come clean and admit that we are lost.
2. Cold as Ice
3. Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word
4. For the Love of Money
For the Love of Money
TopicalIn Mark 10, Jesus put the rich on notice when he electrified a Judean crowd while challenging a young brash heavy hitter known as the rich young ruler. We are going to take the same words that Christ used and allow them to infiltrate our lives because Jesus, one more time, is going to put the rich on notice.
5. Reach Out and I'll Be There
Reach Out and I'll Be There
TopicalDepression. Despondency. Loneliness. They are part of our human existence on this flawed planet. How do we deal with these emotions? We are going to connect with a character from the pages of scripture named Elijah. Elijah was a man who dealt with depression. As we peer over this prophets shoulder, we are going to look at the upside and the downside of his life. We are going to see how he really faced the music.
6. Wipe Out
TopicalOur God is a God who plays Wipeout. Sometimes His wipeouts make us laugh and sing like when He wipes out our sins and our stumblings and our foul-ups and forgives us. Some are more or less hard to swallow like when He wipes out people and even nations because of their rebellion. Now the question begs to be answered. How can a caring God play Wipeout?
7. This is It