Saturday, November 8, 2008

A Response To The Ten Indictments - Trevor Hammack

In my last post I shared a sermon that was preached a couple of weeks ago by Paul Washer. This sermon has become the most popular download on Sermon Audio, but as we listen to this sermon are we just having an emotional response to these 10 indictments or are we actually going to change our lives to be in conformity to the Word of God?

In this followup to this sermon Trevor Hammack says, you listened to this great sermon, now what are you going to do about it? He gives us the following six points of where we can start:
  1. If you attend a church that is guilty of these 10 indictments don't stay there and try to change it from within - find a good church.
  2. True discipleship will cost us everything - be willing to sacrifice for not just the gospel but also to be under good teaching.
  3. Don't be satisfied to just listen to good teaching and preaching on the internet while staying in a bad church.
  4. Start Bible teaching churches.
  5. Work with other Christians to help spread good teaching.
  6. Train young men and support them in the building of Biblical churches.
This was a great followup to Paul Washer's Sermon and I recommend that after you listen to that sermon you take the time to listen to this one so that we know "where to go from here" and we are not just hearers of the Word but doers also (James1:22).

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Trevor Hammack said...

I would like to invite people to participate in a discussion at the Preaching Today blog. The topic is, Threats Facing The Church. What do you see as the main threats facing the church today? What is your proof for the threat you suggested? What do you think churches should do to avoid the threat? You can check out the article and comment at:

I am also challenging other bloggers to discuss this issue as well.

Have a great day

Trevor Hammack