Wednesday, August 24, 2011

My sermons and talks online

From time to time I get asked whether I have any sermons online. Indeed I do (get asked, and have them).

After answering the last email last week, it seemed like a good idea to put them all together in a post — and, ladies and gentlemen, this is that post!
This post contains lectures in a conference on the Sovereignty of God

Lectures from a conference on Proverbs

Sermons from River City Grace church in Sacramento, CA (search for my name)

Select Dan Phillips as preacher, and this has a bunch of sermons

More sermons here


Thomas Louw said...

My flashget list is full.

Wow Man you have been pritty busy here.

God bless.

DJP said...

Not a hundredth as busy as I could wish, but thanks!


Mark Patton said...

Quoting Phineas "Hey Ferb, I know what we're gonna do today."

Thanks for posting.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing. It was nice to put a voice to the face/text :)

DJP said...

It sounds more like James Earl Jones in my head, but more like Wally Cox on a recording.


Anonymous said...

My husband does a great Underdog :)

tobekiwi said...

Sweet- thank you! I'm thinking the sermons on Proverbs would be a great warm-up before my copy of the book arrives. Can't wait :o)

Penn Tomassetti said...

Thanks, Dan!

I didn't even have to ask thanks to readers who did!

DJP said...

Thank you very much, but here are my questions:

Is it toe-bee kee-wee? or two-bee kee-wee?

And what does it mean, if I haven't already asked?

tobekiwi said...

It's to be kiwi, as in, if I could live anywhere on this planet, it would be New Zealand. It's as if the good Lord spared no details creating that very small 2 island country to be one of the most stunningly beautiful places on earth... mountains, glaciers, clear running streams, fjords, not to mention the long stretches of beaches, no poisonous snakes, etc.
And no, we haven't visited, yet (sigh). Someday, DV.
And yes, I'm a Lord of the Rings fan ;o)

Christopher Bronson said...

Why is it when you look at someone without hearing them their voice is inevitably different in your head than in real life?

Great stuff Dan!

Thanks for sharing.

DJP said...

tobekiwi, I wondered whether that was it. Yes, don't they just look gorgeous? I still remember one of my sporting magazines, probably from the 70s, showing trout fishing (or was it char?) in New Zealand, and I thought "What a gorgeous scene!"

Unknown said...

You've also got three here: (Ctrl+F, phill)

DJP said...

L, I B! Thanks, I'll update as soon as I can.

Robert said...

So does that mean you're pining for the fjords?

tobekiwi said...

More sermons? Aw shucks. I already loaded the mp3 player.

"Pining for the fjords, what kind of talk is that?"

I was clueless, so I bing-ed it. The stuff you learn from the interwebs! ;o)

Thomas Louw said...

Me, and I believe far more that just a few, is praying that you will be getting busy fulltime.

(If you ever in NZ, I'm sure my brother will put you up for a night or condition evangilise)

Pierre Saikaley said...

Dan, c'mon. You wrote books, and now we get to hear you speak? What did we do to deserve such riches?

Thanks. These are so helpful!