A Sermon That Has Angered Many – Examine Yourself

A Sermon That Has Angered Many – Examine Yourself

by Paul Washer

Topic: Examination
Scripture(s): 2 Corinthians 13:5, 1 John 1:6-8, 1 John 2:3-19

Description: This sermon is a bible test of whether you are in the faith or not. He goes line by line in the text of 1 john that explains how you can tell if you are in the faith. I would suggest that every believer listen to this sermon. It is very encouraging to the believer to not be deceived.

Examine yourselves to see whether you are in the faith; test yourselves. Do you not realize that Christ Jesus is in you–unless, of course, you fail the test? –2 Corinthians 13:5

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Reviews: 

  • Paul is right in his message here. We need to evaluate ourselves instead of taking this message for what it’s worth, and look to point the finger at others. Choice has been given, and too often we choose to stray from Him. Washer lays it out clearly, and convincingly. There is nothing missing from this message, and I think all should listen to it, no matter what your background is.
  • This was a very influencial sermon to me to sort out alot of hazy christianity that was going on around me. I needed truth and with authoirty and Paul Washer delievers it clearly in this sermon.
  • This teaching is sobering and much needed in the current climate in which we live. It admonishes us to examine and test ourselves as to whether or not we are in the faith. A work of God that does not continue, was never a work of God!
  • This sermon so clearly lays out what a Christian is or isn’t. “You say you have a new relationship with God, but let me ask you, do you have a new relationship with sin?”-PW. I highly recommend listening to this sermon.


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One Response to A Sermon That Has Angered Many – Examine Yourself

  1. ladytherez says:

    what church do you attend, I’ve been looking for one in metro manila.. thanks!

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