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Hip and Thigh: Smiting Theological Philistines with a Great Slaughter. Judges 15:8

Monday, March 16, 2009

Mile Stones

This past Sunday, March 15th, 2009, John MacArthur preached the first sermon from the last book he will go through verse-by-verse. He started the Gospel of Mark, preaching an introductory message from Mark 1:1. It was a biographical sketch of Mark with the working title something like, Mark: A portrait of a restored deserter. He plans to be in the book, the good Lord willing, for the next 2 years. I predict at least 3.

Meanwhile, those interested in getting a deeper glimpse into John's preaching ministry over the last 40 years can check on a new website in his honor,

www.JohnMacArthur.org

The flash animated pictures may be a bit overwhelming for the flash animated impaired, but if you spend the time navigating through the pictures on the time line, there is a lot of encouraging background to John's ministry.

There is also suppose to be a video documentary about John's life and ministry which was shown at the church this past February.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Shinar Squirrel said...

lol, you think he'll really be done in 3 years?

It almost makes one wish for pre-flood length of life, as I would love to hear him go verse by verse through the OT, as well. What a resource he has/will have left to the Church!

The Squirrel

1:33 PM, March 16, 2009  
OpenID Greg said...

Just what we need, another John MacArthur website promoting his church growth agenda!

Seriously though, his abundance of teaching resources has been a real blessing. Thanks for posting these sorts of links.

6:33 AM, March 17, 2009  
Blogger JOYce ~♥~ said...

Thanks, Fred ~ appreciate it muchly. Was introduced to John MacArthur by being pointed to WORD FM and the book then the topic, God With Us: The Miracle of Christmas. Very few folks receiving that book from me along with the annual card that year dared to comment. Spoke volumes.

Lovely tribute link ~♥~

11:24 AM, March 17, 2009  

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