RADIO VAULT (1976): WARREN WIERSBE – [APOSTLE PAUL] MAN ON THE GO

Warren Wendel Wiersbe

In the mid 2000s I served as Director of Media Operations for The Moody Church in Chicago.  One day we were cleaning out the storeroom and I found a box of cassette tapes.  After perusing the sermon titles and dates I quickly realized that I had discovered a treasure trove of teaching from famous preachers of the past. 

In an attempt to preserve these works for the benefit of future generations, I am making these classics available on the internet at no charge.  I have repaired the audio to the best of my ability using state of the art restoration technology. You are also free to copy and distribute the material to the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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Speaker: Warren Wiersbe (pastor of The Moody Church 1971-1978)

Date of Original: 1976

Location: The Moody Church, Chicago, IL

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Sermon highlights:

Paul’s three-fold ministry:

  • Acts 20:1-5 – Ministers to churches at large
  • Acts 20:6-8 – Ministers to the local church
  • Acts 20:9f – Ministers to individuals

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  • Paul was very careful when handling the church’s money
  • The easiest way to kill a church is to make it self-centered
  • Do not judge someone’s ministry by measuring time
  • Sunday is the Lord’s Day.  It is a day of special blessing
  • Do not be critical of people who come to church tired and weary – at least they come!

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One Comment on “RADIO VAULT (1976): WARREN WIERSBE – [APOSTLE PAUL] MAN ON THE GO”

  1. praymillennials July 18, 2016 at 8:48 PM #

    Reblogged this on Praying for the millennials.

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