Listen to the Music Vol. 2

Finding Truth In Rock-And-Roll

7 Parts | By:

Just as Jesus used everyday life in His teaching, Ed Young uses some of the greatest rock-and-roll songs ever recorded to teach Biblical truths. This exciting series is packed full of relevant solutions to our everyday life.

sermons from this Series

    1. Jump


    Leaping Into The Right Things

    Where do you go when times get tough? Many of us turn to the wrong things and end up making our lives worse. When the going gets tough, God wants you to take a jump. Ed Young tells us in this message, using the popular Van Halen song Jump, how to take a leap into the right things.
    2. Every Breath You Take

    Every Breath You Take

    Changing Our Outlook On Life

    God is watching you. The fact that God is everywhere present at the same time is to some a scary thing; to others it is a comfort. With Every Breath You Take by The Police as an illustration, Ed Young brings the omni-present nature of God to the forefront, and explains how that realization should change our entire outlook on life.
    3. In the Air Tonight

    In the Air Tonight

    A Biblical View Of Revenge

    Phil Collin's popular song says, "There's something in the air tonight." The Bible says that there is an insidious and destructive spirit lurking in the air and in the hearts of people the world over-a sinful desire for revenge. Ed Young reminds us that revenge belongs to God and teaches us how to reign in our vengeful thoughts.
    4. Satisfaction


    A Biblical View Of Contentment

    I Timothy 6:6 tells us, "Godliness with contentment is great gain." But this biblical idea runs counter to the ways of the world. In a materialistic world, the acquisition of things only breeds the desire for more and more. Mick Jagger was right in his song, "Satisfaction," when he said, "I can't get no satisfaction." But all hope is not lost, because Ed Young shares the biblical antidote for materialism on the path to contentment and real satisfaction.
    5. All Star

    All Star

    A Biblical View Of Self-Esteem

    Is self-esteem a biblical idea? God tells us to love our neighbors as we love ourselves, so our ability to treat others properly is directly related to how we feel about ourselves. But a biblical self-esteem is also dependent on a proper relationship with God. Playing off of the popular song, All-Star, by Smash Mouth, Ed shares how we can be all-stars in Gods eyes.
    6. In the Name of Love

    In the Name of Love

    A Closer Look At Pride

    It was the root of man's downfall and of Lucifer's rebellion. It's the root of all sin and of our natural rejection of God. Pride is predicated on man's free will to choose.
    7. Staying Alive

    Staying Alive

    God'S Vision For The Church

    What keeps the body of Christ alive and active? Paul tells us that as members of the body, the church, we are all important to the ministry of the church. Taking a creative spin from the disco era and the Bee Gees song, Staying Alive, Ed Young imparts Gods vision for the church. As each one does his or her part, the church can not only survive but also thrive.