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Tim Keller – Lord of the Wine

June 12, 2006

Thanks to my friend, Stew, I found a bunch of free Keller sermons. I haven’t actually listened to many on his sermons, but of those I have listened to, his “Lord of the Wine” is one of the best.

This exposition of Jesus’ first miracle at Cana demonstrates biblical theology in preaching at its finest. Without overwhelming his audience with numerous textual connections, Keller makes a compelling case for why Jesus’ first miracle was so insignificant (water-to-wine, as opposed to resurrection-from-the-dead) and yet stirred Jesus, and should stir us, so powerfully.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. June 14, 2006 9:25 pm

    I’ve been listening to Keller lately too. I would love to hear more of your thoughts on sermons you listen too. One of the free ones from Monergism that I thought was particularly powerful was ‘Inside Out’. He’s got that style of preaching that makes me wonder for the first few minutes whether or not he’s doing a bible study or something. Then it just get’s brilliant!

  2. Flavia permalink
    June 17, 2006 10:28 pm

    Jason, buy the series on grace. I’ve listened to some of them three times. I’d like to hear some other recommendations before I buy another set of Keller’s sermons.

  3. June 29, 2006 9:34 pm

    I hear the Luke series is quite good and have listened to several of them. It is more or less a biographical study of Jesus from the gospel of Luke.

  4. January 4, 2014 1:51 pm

    This sermon is marvellous and I am only 25 minutes in at the moment. Full of detail and the drawing out of the connections to Jesus as the groom, the real meaning of the water being turned into wine and so much more. Wonderful stuff!

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