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Radical with David Platt

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Radical with David Platt
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Radical with David Platt is a podcast that highlights sermons weekly from teacher, author, and pastor David Platt.

Latest Episodes

The Story of All Stories

Unfortunately, the book of Revelation is often the source of much division and unhelpful speculation about the future. However, this book was meant to fuel obedience and perseverance in the face of present trials. In this message based on the book of Revelation, David Platt shows us how Revelation brings the story of God’s kingdom to its glorious conclusion. Viewing our own personal stories within God’s larger story of redemption challenges us to live for a kingdom that is heavenly and eternal. This is the final message in a thru-the-Bible journey from this past year.

48 MIN1 w ago
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The Story of All Stories

Caring Better for the Flock

Scripture describes God’s people as sheep in need of a shepherd, and God has given pastors a special responsibility to care for His flock. In light of Satan’s schemes and the many dangers that face God’s people, pastors must rely on and obey God’s Word in order to care well for God’s people. In this message from 1 Peter 5:1–10, David Platt encourages pastors to shepherd God’s people faithfully. For every follower of Christ, our ultimate hope and security and redemption is found in the Chief Shepherd, Jesus Christ.

46 MIN2 w ago
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Caring Better for the Flock

Religion and the Resurrection

There is no more significant historical event in the history of the world than the resurrection of Jesus Christ. However, Christ’s resurrection not only changed history at a general level––it also changes the life of every individual believer. In this message from Romans 6:4–11, David Platt helps us see the significance of Christ’s death and resurrection for our own salvation. Because we are united to Christ by faith, His death and resurrection results in our own death to sin and new life with God.// Learn more about the Radical Gap Year here.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.

21 MIN3 w ago
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Religion and the Resurrection

Adopted

God has blessed His people with every spiritual blessing in Christ, including the blessing of being adopted into God’s family. We who were once strangers and enemies of God are now sons and daughters through faith in Christ. In this message from Ephesians 1:3–14, David Platt explains the glorious reality of our adoption in Christ as well as the privilege we have of reflecting God’s love through earthly adoption. By caring for children in need, we can extend the love that we’ve received and bear witness to the One who has met our greatest need by adopting us through His Son.// Learn more about the Radical Gap Year here.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.

52 MINNOV 12
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Adopted

Sexuality in Our Culture: An Open Door for the Gospel

Our culture insists that true freedom is found when we get to express ourselves and follow our own desires. Scripture’s teaching on sex is seen as restrictive and outdated, and many people are even wanting to determine their own gender. In this message from Colossians 4:2–6 and other selected passages, David Platt points us to Scripture so that we can understand God’s good design for sexuality and gender. The One who created us not only has the authority to set the parameters for us, but also He has the wisdom to know what is best for us. As Christians, this is increasingly becoming a costly conviction. Nevertheless, we must believe and proclaim the truth––that true and lasting satisfaction can only be found in Jesus Christ.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.// Learn more about the Something Needs to Change here.

62 MINNOV 5
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Sexuality in Our Culture: An Open Door for the Gospel

Jesus, Children, and Special Needs

While our culture often places value on people based on their “usefulness” to us, Scripture teaches that we are valuable because each of us is made in God’s image. As Christians, this means that we should view children and those with special needs differently than the world. However, because Scripture also teaches that we are born in sin and stand guilty before God, many Christians are still left wondering, “What happens after death to infants, young children, and those with special needs––do they go to heaven?” In this message from Colossians 1, David Platt points us to the character of God and the truths of Scripture in order to find hope for these difficult questions. We can trust in the One who always does what is good and just.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.

53 MINOCT 29
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Jesus, Children, and Special Needs

What Happens to People Who Never Hear the Gospel?

Many Christians would be grieved to learn that the number of people around the world who have little or no access to the gospel is measured in the billions. However, we will not feel the full weight of such statistics until we recognize the fate of those who never hear about what Christ has accomplished for their salvation. In this message, David Platt shows us from the book of Romans that those who never hear the gospel stand condemned before a just and holy God. This realization makes the church’s mission––making disciples of all nations––all the more urgent, and it should compel us to ask God how He would have us be a part of making the gospel known to those who have never heard.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.// Learn more about the Something Needs to Change here.

59 MINOCT 22
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What Happens to People Who Never Hear the Gospel?

New Creation, New Calling

Becoming a Christian is so much more than simply adding Jesus to the mix of your life or becoming a better person. To become a Christian is to become a new creation in Christ and to receive a new calling in life. And, as David Platt points out in this sermon from 2 Corinthians 5:17–6:2, this is all based on God’s gracious and powerful work in and through us. As ambassadors for Christ, each of us is challenged to ask the question, “How does God want me to use my life for the spread of His gospel in the world?”

54 MINOCT 15
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New Creation, New Calling

Meditating on God’s Presence

There is a temptation for Christians to monotonously drift through the pages of Scripture without meditating on the glorious truth of God’s Word and the great reality that He is with us. In this sermon from Joshua 1:1–9, David Platt exhorts us to see that like Joshua, even in the face of uncertainty and despair, we have great reason to be confident and filled with hope, living each day trusting in God’s presence and clinging to His Word. // Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.// Learn more about the Something Needs to Change Bible Study here.

62 MINOCT 7
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Meditating on God’s Presence

The Secret to the Christian Life...Continued

Some people talk about being a Christian as if it is merely a decision made in the past, a decision that has little effect on the way you live your life on a daily basis. But this is a far cry from Scripture’s teaching about what it means to belong to Jesus. In this sermon from 1 Thessalonians 5:23–24, David Platt explains how Jesus transforms everything about us when He comes to live in us, transforming us from the inside out. And this transformation prepares us to come face-to-face with Jesus on the last day (either at death or when Jesus returns). Because God’s judgment will be final and irreversible, we should make certain now that Jesus is, in fact, our life, so that we might escape eternal judgment and instead enjoy eternal satisfaction with Him.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.

45 MINOCT 1
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The Secret to the Christian Life...Continued

Latest Episodes

The Story of All Stories

Unfortunately, the book of Revelation is often the source of much division and unhelpful speculation about the future. However, this book was meant to fuel obedience and perseverance in the face of present trials. In this message based on the book of Revelation, David Platt shows us how Revelation brings the story of God’s kingdom to its glorious conclusion. Viewing our own personal stories within God’s larger story of redemption challenges us to live for a kingdom that is heavenly and eternal. This is the final message in a thru-the-Bible journey from this past year.

48 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Story of All Stories

Caring Better for the Flock

Scripture describes God’s people as sheep in need of a shepherd, and God has given pastors a special responsibility to care for His flock. In light of Satan’s schemes and the many dangers that face God’s people, pastors must rely on and obey God’s Word in order to care well for God’s people. In this message from 1 Peter 5:1–10, David Platt encourages pastors to shepherd God’s people faithfully. For every follower of Christ, our ultimate hope and security and redemption is found in the Chief Shepherd, Jesus Christ.

46 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Caring Better for the Flock

Religion and the Resurrection

There is no more significant historical event in the history of the world than the resurrection of Jesus Christ. However, Christ’s resurrection not only changed history at a general level––it also changes the life of every individual believer. In this message from Romans 6:4–11, David Platt helps us see the significance of Christ’s death and resurrection for our own salvation. Because we are united to Christ by faith, His death and resurrection results in our own death to sin and new life with God.// Learn more about the Radical Gap Year here.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.

21 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Religion and the Resurrection

Adopted

God has blessed His people with every spiritual blessing in Christ, including the blessing of being adopted into God’s family. We who were once strangers and enemies of God are now sons and daughters through faith in Christ. In this message from Ephesians 1:3–14, David Platt explains the glorious reality of our adoption in Christ as well as the privilege we have of reflecting God’s love through earthly adoption. By caring for children in need, we can extend the love that we’ve received and bear witness to the One who has met our greatest need by adopting us through His Son.// Learn more about the Radical Gap Year here.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.

52 MINNOV 12
Comments
Adopted

Sexuality in Our Culture: An Open Door for the Gospel

Our culture insists that true freedom is found when we get to express ourselves and follow our own desires. Scripture’s teaching on sex is seen as restrictive and outdated, and many people are even wanting to determine their own gender. In this message from Colossians 4:2–6 and other selected passages, David Platt points us to Scripture so that we can understand God’s good design for sexuality and gender. The One who created us not only has the authority to set the parameters for us, but also He has the wisdom to know what is best for us. As Christians, this is increasingly becoming a costly conviction. Nevertheless, we must believe and proclaim the truth––that true and lasting satisfaction can only be found in Jesus Christ.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.// Learn more about the Something Needs to Change here.

62 MINNOV 5
Comments
Sexuality in Our Culture: An Open Door for the Gospel

Jesus, Children, and Special Needs

While our culture often places value on people based on their “usefulness” to us, Scripture teaches that we are valuable because each of us is made in God’s image. As Christians, this means that we should view children and those with special needs differently than the world. However, because Scripture also teaches that we are born in sin and stand guilty before God, many Christians are still left wondering, “What happens after death to infants, young children, and those with special needs––do they go to heaven?” In this message from Colossians 1, David Platt points us to the character of God and the truths of Scripture in order to find hope for these difficult questions. We can trust in the One who always does what is good and just.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.

53 MINOCT 29
Comments
Jesus, Children, and Special Needs

What Happens to People Who Never Hear the Gospel?

Many Christians would be grieved to learn that the number of people around the world who have little or no access to the gospel is measured in the billions. However, we will not feel the full weight of such statistics until we recognize the fate of those who never hear about what Christ has accomplished for their salvation. In this message, David Platt shows us from the book of Romans that those who never hear the gospel stand condemned before a just and holy God. This realization makes the church’s mission––making disciples of all nations––all the more urgent, and it should compel us to ask God how He would have us be a part of making the gospel known to those who have never heard.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.// Learn more about the Something Needs to Change here.

59 MINOCT 22
Comments
What Happens to People Who Never Hear the Gospel?

New Creation, New Calling

Becoming a Christian is so much more than simply adding Jesus to the mix of your life or becoming a better person. To become a Christian is to become a new creation in Christ and to receive a new calling in life. And, as David Platt points out in this sermon from 2 Corinthians 5:17–6:2, this is all based on God’s gracious and powerful work in and through us. As ambassadors for Christ, each of us is challenged to ask the question, “How does God want me to use my life for the spread of His gospel in the world?”

54 MINOCT 15
Comments
New Creation, New Calling

Meditating on God’s Presence

There is a temptation for Christians to monotonously drift through the pages of Scripture without meditating on the glorious truth of God’s Word and the great reality that He is with us. In this sermon from Joshua 1:1–9, David Platt exhorts us to see that like Joshua, even in the face of uncertainty and despair, we have great reason to be confident and filled with hope, living each day trusting in God’s presence and clinging to His Word. // Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.// Learn more about the Something Needs to Change Bible Study here.

62 MINOCT 7
Comments
Meditating on God’s Presence

The Secret to the Christian Life...Continued

Some people talk about being a Christian as if it is merely a decision made in the past, a decision that has little effect on the way you live your life on a daily basis. But this is a far cry from Scripture’s teaching about what it means to belong to Jesus. In this sermon from 1 Thessalonians 5:23–24, David Platt explains how Jesus transforms everything about us when He comes to live in us, transforming us from the inside out. And this transformation prepares us to come face-to-face with Jesus on the last day (either at death or when Jesus returns). Because God’s judgment will be final and irreversible, we should make certain now that Jesus is, in fact, our life, so that we might escape eternal judgment and instead enjoy eternal satisfaction with Him.// Watch the full sermon, download the free discussion questions, and more by clicking here.

45 MINOCT 1
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The Secret to the Christian Life...Continued
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