Sermon of the week: “Brokenness” by Voddie Baucham.

Your sermon of the week is Brokenness by Voddie Baucham. This is a powerful message on King David’s brokenness that you won’t want to miss (unless of course you’re a Rob Bell fan or like the book The Shack since Baucham pulls no punches on these conduits of false doctrine). This is one of Baucham’s best messages and I encourage all DefCon readers to download this one.

13 thoughts on “Sermon of the week: “Brokenness” by Voddie Baucham.

  1. nikki says:

    it’s always a blessing to hear Mr. Baucham’s messages. he doesn’t mince words or cater to the crowd. thanks for posting.

    p.s.
    my Jesus is the One on the white horse too. amen.

  2. Pilgrim,

    This series is one of the most influential ever in my life. I listened to it a couple years back now I think and it has had a major effect on my view of sanctification. His wonderful point is so encouraging to me:

    “I know I’m not the man I ought to be, but praise God I’m not the man I used to be!”

    This is a great play off the old John Newton quote:

    “I am not what I ought to be. I am not what I want to be. I am not what I hope to be. But still, I am not what I used to be. And by the grace of God, I am what I am.”

    Amen and Amen!
    -atg

  3. I first listened to this sermon earlier this year, then I listened to it again recently and (like a fine cheese) it got better with time.

    I’m glad everyone enjoyed this one, especially after the beating I took for posting the previous sermon for our Saturday Sermon Series. It was nice not getting bruises for two sermons in a row. ;o)

  4. Rev Limiter says:

    A moving as well as convicting message. I will have the privilege of hearing him speak at next years Sheppard’s Conference.

  5. He’s lost weight since that picture and had gray in beard and mustache – children with driver’s license will do that to most any man :-)

  6. Amen, papa – we all need to be convicted; which one thing among many that we who are blessed to have Voddie as one of our pastor-teachers are thankful for each week we meet.

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