Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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  • "Enduring and persevering and hanging on, they are underrated in the Christian life; you can't do those things without the work of Jesus in you, without the aid of the Holy Spirit" - Ligon Duncan Join us for Together for the Gospel, April 11-13, 2018 in Louisville, KY. Visit our website to see a list of speakers, seminars, and to reserve your spot: t4g.org

Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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  • David Platt shares his favorite moment from Together for the Gospel, and how a talk by Mark Dever shaped his view of pastoral ministry. ⠀ Registration for #T4G18 is open. Visit our website for more information and to register: http://t4g.org/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=2018-videos&utm_campaign=social-video-posts&utm_content=david-platt-favorite-moment

Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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  • In this panel, Albert Mohler, John Piper, Ligon Duncan, Kevin DeYoung, and Mark Dever share stories from the Reformation and biographies that can lend courage to believers today in the face of opposition. May God give us grace to learn from those who have gone before us in the faith, to follow their examples in so far as these brothers and sisters followed Christ.

Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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  • Mark Dever speaks to why endurance is such a necessary virtue for the Christian minister. In this talk, Dever aims to exhort pastors to not miss out on the joys of ministry, such as the joy of resting in the sufficiency of Scripture, the joy of hearing others preach better sermons than you, the joy of seeing others converted, and other joys. These joys are part of the fuel God intends his pastors ...

Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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  • What is the relationship between good works, assurance of salvation, and the grace of Christ? Kevin DeYoung aims to show from God’s Word, exploring the history and theology of the church, how good works, good news, and Christian assurance are not opposed to each other and how these things do in fact go together. Despite the fact that we live in a day with the resurgence of gospel-centered thinking...

Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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  • At the heart of Martin Luther’s theology is the conviction that human beings are totally dependent on God’s omnipotent grace to rescue us from the bondage of the will by creating and decisively fulfilling every inclination to believe and obey. Are the debates about the freedom of the will and the bondage of the will peripheral to the church? Were they during the Reformation? Is our working added t...

Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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  • In this panel, the four founders of T4G gather as they did in 2006 to review the day, laugh, and dive into various theological issues. Having just viewed God’s grace to T4G over the past 10 years in this video, Ligon Duncan, Albert Mohler, CJ Mahaney, and Mark Dever review God’s past faithfulness as they trust God for future grace. May we stand faithful and together in the gospel until our Lord’s ...

Together for the Gospel (T4G)
Together for the Gospel (T4G)
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  • In this talk, focusing on Christ’s call to the churches in the first three chapters of Revelation, John MacArthur challenges church leaders and pastors to call their churches to repentance if need be. “We all like calling the nation to repentance,” MacArthur suggests, “but what about calling the church to repentance?” Have you ever heard of a church—a whole church—that repented? Have you ever been...

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