Tuesday, October 05, 2010

David Pawson Sermon Links (part 2)

I found some more recordings of David Pawson's recent ministry. These are from South Africa, recorded in August-September 2010.

I know nothing about the group providing the recordings so this link is not any kind of endorsement of the site. But I am grateful to them for making Mr Pawson's ministry available.

So far I have listened to "How and Why to Read Your Bible part 1". This gives very good teaching on the need to approach the bible with context in mind. He makes the point that the bible is not a book. It is a LIBRARY of books - each of which needs to be considered according to its genre and according to the reason for it being written. For example, each of the four gospels was written with a specific readership in mind and the epistles were each written to address particular situations within the church.

I also listened to: "Tue 31 08 2010 Session 3", in which Mr Pawson gives a brief testimony and then starts to address the problems with the doctrines of both "Sovereign Grace" and "Free Grace". The latter is apparently addressed in the next session (which at time of posting I have not heard).

More David Pawson mp3 sermons



Scott said...

Hey, thanks for the links man. I don't think I would have found them if it weren't for you highlighting them. Working my way through them now - some good stuff there.

BTW, you're aware Pawsons "Unlocking the Bible" series is being uploaded on Christfaithmedia? I'm also uploading them to Youtube.

Just a heads up if you missed it. God bless dude.

Onesimus said...

G'Day Scott,
I have a CD ROM of all of ther audios of the "Unlocking " series and have all the NT & the prophets on DVD.
They give some great background on the setting of the books.

Glad the links were helpful to you.

Daniel (Da Pilgrim) said...

cheers for the links.

Hem Joo said...

Thanks so much for your links. I remember searching for them a couple of years ago but found nothing. I heard him about 20 years ago in Singapore as a young believer and was very drawn to his clear, gentle (he never shouts) preaching/teaching style. Sadly he hasn't come to this part of the world and only recently after reading his autobiography, the interest to listen to his sermons was rekindled. They are truly inspiring - stirring up a hunger to read more and more of God's word!

Onesimus said...

I'm glad you found them helpful Hem Joo.