Faith and Work – Timothy Keller [Sermon] December 7, 2019 Tags:City to City, Dr. Keller, faith, Faith and Work, gospel, Gospel in Life, isaiah, Redeemer, Redeemer NYC, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, sermon, Sermons, Tim Keller, Timothy Keller, Work Related Posts Folio Society Andrew Lang Complete Rainbow Fairy Book Collection | Beautiful Fairy Tales How People Rush B People Taste Test Puerto Rican Food About The Author Hubert Monson 15 Comments Ernest Wamboye God bless Mr. Keller! April 13, 2016 Reply William Adrian Evans I would love to know what Mr Keller's opinion on Christian's involvement in War is? Not a topic that is often talked about April 15, 2016 Reply j kal Uplifting & wonderful message. GOD bless you and your work. June 19, 2016 Reply JungKi Kim Faith and work is matter for modern christian April 26, 2017 Reply AlesanaAmbrosia2004 Glorious May 12, 2017 Reply Archangelatis What would happen if you went into a Protestant denomination and announced?: ''Guys I read Ephesians 2:8-9 and then read on to verse 10. Then I read James verse 2:22-26. We got it wrong the only place the bible says' by faith alone' is to say NOT by faith alone but by faith and works TOGETHER are we saved! . . . The Catholics are right!!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLsBVRn1U_0&t=265s September 7, 2017 Reply Country Gentlemen Wow! Of all the Tim Keller sermons I've heard, this one made it happen. I'm a lifelong musician and I've always struggled with my motives for the hard work – the intense labor involved in learning, practicing, composing, and producing, and my inevitable feelings of disappointment with the way others received my creations. He's absolutely right; my despair came about because the music I made carried with it the hope that my audience would recognize me personally. Beneath that, what I really desire is to create music that inspires joy – brings happiness to others. Now I stand in the brilliant radiance of Jesus Christ the Lord, apprehending the perfection of his works, and I now know that I can rest in my own. By losing my cursed life – my need to make a name for myself, I have found a blessed life in his name. With my name contained in his and sheltered by it, I can now proceed to do what I do best to his glory. I'm a secular musician and no glory thief. Yet now with the right perspective about work, I have found peace. Christ is the eternal light of the Kingdom of God. Startling though it may seem, I walk in that place now. God's blessings to Tim Keller. October 9, 2017 Reply Albert Ahlf Love the Coltrane reference. November 16, 2017 Reply John D St. Paul writes that the CALL to become Christian is not earned by doing the works of the Jewish law. This is because Jewish converts to Christianity thought that the CALL to become Christian itself had to be earned by doing works of the Jewish Law. Jewish Christians wanted to exclude Gentiles from becoming Christian because Gentiles were so deep in sin and sexual immorality and were not following the Law. Paul reminds Jewish Christians that God called Abraham BEFORE he was circumcised and before he had followed the Law. But after accepting the Call we have to do good works of course. December 2, 2017 Reply David Cross I am again encouraged by Pastor Keller as he heralds this important message that we also teach at Professionals Global (4God.pro). It's exciting to see so many people engaging on this fundamental topic of faith and work. July 2, 2018 Reply Donald E. Graham Jr. Amen! God uses work for our Placement, our Preparation, and our Purpose.https://youtu.be/TFOrPJyVrXY July 12, 2018 Reply Saulo Bonuti Apostle Paul of 21st century September 23, 2018 Reply Eduard Arnautu Jesus is Lord February 5, 2019 Reply John Kim Faith and works must be integrated together and they are definitely important together. True faith will result in good works or at least the person trying to live differently as they have become New Creations in Christ! We are saved by Faith and the worst actions can't cancel salvation but the Bible makes it clear that belief alone isn't enough for Heaven, describing how even the demons believe ultimately. May 1, 2019 Reply D P ❤❤❤❤❤ May 21, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.