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Paul Washer

Paul Washer (1961 - Present)

Listen to freely downloadable audio sermons by the speaker Paul Washer in mp3 format. Brother Washer is the founder of Heart Cry Missionary society that funds and supports indigenous missionaries all across the world. He served as a missionary personally in Peru for many years. He has a passion for the glory of God and the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Well-known on the internet for the audio and video message: "Shocking Message to Youth" he has been an in-demand speaker for many conventions and gatherings. He has recently published a new book: "The Gospel's Power and Message" that is highly recommended by many.

SermonIndex Recommends these books by Paul Washer:
Narrow Gate Narrow Way by Paul Washer
The Gospel's Power and Message (Recovering the Gospel) by Paul Washer
The Gospel Call and True Conversion (Recovering the Gospel) by Paul Washer

 A Biblical Pastor Part 2 (Tharptown Baptist Church) by Paul Washer

Topic: Pastor
Scripture(s): 1 Timothy 4:6-16  
Description: Paul Washer is explaining what an assembly should look for in a Godly pastor. Will the man point things out that need dealing with? Is he a servant of Jesus Christ, as well as of the sheep? What is his relationship with the word of God for himself ? Is his teaching balanced, not just majoring on his favourite topics? Does he work hard? How does he discipline himself for the purpose of Godliness? Don’t be persuaded just by a pleasant personality, Mr Washer warns. (29 minutes)
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 A Cogent Call to Indigenous Missions by Paul Washer

Topic: Indigenous Missions
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 A Holy Offering To God by Paul Washer

Topic: Offering
Scripture(s): Romans 12:1-2  
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 A Liar and a Coward by Paul Washer

Topic: Personal Testimony
Scripture(s): Psalm 103:15-16  
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 A Living Sacrifice - Part 1 by Paul Washer

Topic: Sacrifice
Scripture(s): Romans 12:1-2  
Description: This message starts with a brief summary of what Mr Washer preached earlier in the week. Then, after exhorting fathers in the fulfilling of their Biblical responsibilities, he turns to Romans 12:1-2 where the apostle Paul urges us to give our lives away; not for a cause, but to a Person. Our motivation for doing so is ¬Ďthe mercies of God¬í, which Mr Washer then explains. This laying down of one¬ís life is a once-and-for-all decision; but why does Paul say, Present your bodies? For one thing, it destroys the notion that a man can outwardly live in ungodliness whilst claiming that in his heart he really loves Jesus Christ. Furthermore, the things we do in our bodies are evidence of our sanctification and dedication to God. Mr Washer also examines in some detail what we put in to our bodies, revealing our responsibilities before God and men. He then considers in turn our eyes, ears, tongue, hands and feet, and how we clothe our bodies; he pleads with us to do all things to the glory of God. (46 minutes).
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 A Living Sacrifice - Part 2 by Paul Washer

Topic: Sacrifice
Scripture(s): Romans 12:1-2  
Description: Part 2 opens with one more example of presenting our bodies a living sacrifice: the dangers of dating. This is so rarely taught that something has to be said from a Biblical basis. Parents are not teaching their children their responsibilities, and the church is not showing the parents how. Biblical counsel is this: don’t put yourself in the way of temptation. This issue is not a question of the intellect, it’s a question of the will: we know what’s right, we just don’t want to do it. Proceeding into v.2, Mr Washer explains what it means to be not conformed to this world, both for individuals and for the church. He explains that the renewing of the mind is a total transformation, a supernatural creative work of God. He then examines the will of God, and how you will know it by its characteristics of being good, acceptable and perfect. This message outlines practical issues that we all have to deal with. Believing the doctrine is one thing; but is it a growing, practical reality in your life? If not, stop and deal with it, one step at a time. (43 minutes)
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 A Message for Reformed Christian Rappers by Paul Washer

Topic: Rapping
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 A Message of Reconciliation by Paul Washer

Topic: Reconciliation
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 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.
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 A Vision for Missions by Paul Washer

Topic: Missions
Description: At the time of writing there have been only 371 downloads of this message, which is a great pity considering its content. Paul Washer is giving a presentation of the work of the HeartCry Missionary Society, and his message is an encouragement to believe that God is at work in the world and His gospel is indeed the power of God unto salvation. HeartCry owes its continuity and growth since 1988, not to the great faith of men, but to the great faithfulness of God. ¬ďGod delights in vindicating the confidence of his children¬Ē, Mr Washer asserts, and the more we cut ourselves off from the arm of the flesh, the more we will see of the arm of God. Why does HeartCry prefer to work with indigenous (locally born) missionaries? Why is theological training so vital? Why is it important to establish autonomous local churches? The answers to these and many more question are in this message. If nothing else, listen to it for the moving account of how God provided Christian books for a small church in the jungles of Peru, and believe Mr Washer when he says, ¬ďGod moves nations for you! Don't you just love a God like that?¬Ē. (58 minutes)
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 A Warning not to Stray from the Gospel by Paul Washer

Topic: Last Days
Scripture(s): 1 Timothy 4:1  
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 A Young Man's Attitude Towards Women by Paul Washer

Topic: Young Men
Description: This message follows ¬ĎAre You Ready For A Relationship?¬í (found further down this page) and covers a wider range of issues than its title might first suggest. Paul Washer exposes the corruptions of our modern culture as he explains, from Biblical principles, how a man should treat a woman; the qualities he should look for in a potential wife; how he should prepare himself for the responsibilities of marriage and parenthood; and the principles of courtship. He ends with helpful admonitions regarding sexual immorality (71 minutes).
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 An Unchanging Scandalous Gospel by Paul Washer

Topic: Gospel
Scripture(s): Romans 1:16  
Description: Recorded at the HBC Missions Conference 2008. After introductory exhortations to up-coming preachers and evangelists, Paul Washer sets out to highlight some of the errors destroying modern-day evangelism. He also explains what should be preached, and how, and likens labouring with souls to the travails of birth. We must understand that the gospel is unbelievable, and is scandalous; if we remove the scandal, we remove the power. This world is ripe for a move of God: What a time to be alive!!, he exclaims (67 minutes).
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 Applying Psalm 1 to Life by Paul Washer

Topic: Obedience
Scripture(s): Psalm 1  
Description: nil
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 Are You A True Disciple? (Faith Bible Church) by Paul Washer

Topic: Discipleship
Scripture(s): John 1:1-5  
Description: After explaining what it really means to receive Christ, and to believe on his name, Paul Washer expounds an assortment of scriptures to show what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ, and what are the evidences of being a true disciple. He warns those who do not show these evidences to be afraid, and pleads passionately with his hearers to examine their own lives, lest any of them should go to hell having believed a lie (76 minutes).
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 Are You on the Narrow Path? by Paul Washer

Topic: Narrow Way
Scripture(s): Matthew 7:13-27  
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 Are You Ready for a Relationship? by Paul Washer

Topic: Biblical Manhood
Description: You must earn the right to have a relationship with a
daughter of God. In this teaching session on Biblical
Manhood, Paul Washer explains what a young man must
be in order to consider beginning a relationship with
the opposite sex.
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 Are You Saved? by Paul Washer

Topic: True Conversion
Scripture(s): Exodus 20:1-7  
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 Arrepi√©ntase y Crea by Paul Washer

Topic: Spanish
Scripture(s): Mark 1:15  
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 As You Go, Make Disciples by Paul Washer

Topic: Discipleship
Scripture(s): Matthew 28:18-20  
Description: Paul Washer expounds ¬ĎThe Great Commission¬í, starting with four statements about the church¬ís obligation and authority under this commission. He then considers the men who first received this commission, and the necessity of their transformation at Pentecost. Our attention is then drawn to the Christ of the Great Commission, especially his unlimited, unhindered, unending authority over all (v.18). Jesus referred to himself as the Son of Man many times, to show us who he really was, the fulfilment of Daniel¬ís vision (Dan.7:13,14). There is only one true King and kingdom in the world today; lose sight of his sovereignty, and you lose the hope of missions. Finally Mr. Washer examines the commission itself - its foundation, commands, and effects - and asks whether our own lives and ministries are worthy of being exported to nations that have already been ravaged and confused by our false doctrines, false gospels, false evangelists, carnality and worldliness. He ends with a passionate plea for missions and missionaries, and an exhortation to confidence in the One who said, ¬ďLo, I am with you alway¬Ē (v.20). That¬ís not a promise, he says, it¬ís a FACT. (79 minutes).
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