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Sermons recorded at Downtown Presbyterian Church in Greenville, South Carolina

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    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8 • 132 Ratings

Sermons recorded at Downtown Presbyterian Church in Greenville, South Carolina

    The Fruit of the Spirit: Love (Galatians 5:13-14)

    The Fruit of the Spirit: Love (Galatians 5:13-14)

    The primary descriptor of the spiritual fruit outlined in Galatians is not that of a Christian, but firstly of Jesus. By his work in the believer do we see these fruit then begin to take shape. When we think of love, how do we categorize it? Where does it come from and where does it flow to?

    Preached by Brian Habig.

    • 39 min
    Spirit-Filled Living (Galatians 5:16-26)

    Spirit-Filled Living (Galatians 5:16-26)

    When we think of what it is that Jesus is going to do in us, it is not to make us better versions of ourselves but in fact new versions. Intended versions. Holy and blameless versions. And this means that the renovation project of the Holy Spirit is not just improvement but resurrection. 

    Preached by Brian Habig.

    • 38 min
    Freed to Serve (Galatians 5:13-26)

    Freed to Serve (Galatians 5:13-26)

    We are saved from sin and death by the power of Christ, but what are we saved for? We consider this and more when we look at this passage from Galatians 5.

    Preached by Rev. Sam Taaffe.

    • 35 min
    The Stand of the Free (Galatians 5:1-12)

    The Stand of the Free (Galatians 5:1-12)

    • 32 min
    Who Is Your Mother (Galatians 4:21-31)

    Who Is Your Mother (Galatians 4:21-31)

    Living in light of promises can feel like a risk, like too much of a gamble. That is what the early church struggled with. Do we believe that the radical good news of Jesus is enough, or do we need to double down and make sure with some added stuff? Paul has strong words for the Galatian church and for us. 

    Preached by Brian Habig.

    • 36 min
    The Goal of Gospel Ministry (Galatians 4:8-20)

    The Goal of Gospel Ministry (Galatians 4:8-20)

    The danger of the gospel, both as an unbeliever and as a believer, is the temptation that following Christ is only effective if you add to it obedience to some other system. The peril that comes along with that is catastrophic. How do we overcome that? We must be vigilant that it is always, only Jesus that is bringing us security and salvation.

    Preached by Brian Habig.

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
132 Ratings

132 Ratings

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Awesome podcast

I am so grateful for this podcast and for the preaching that comes from this church. I listen to it on my way to work in the morning. When I don’t, I miss it. I really like how they string together sermons. The sermon series on Ephesians was amazing. It’s a good mix of learning more about the Bible and life application. I wish I lived closer and could attend in person. If you try it, I recommend listening to a few sermons in a series.

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Great podcast!

Would recommend this podcast to anyone exploring Christianity as well as those who have been believers for decades.

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My Podcast Preacher

In a workshop last year, I was asked to list the three people who have had the biggest impact on me. I knew my top three immediately, but I felt a little awkward listing someone I’d never even met. Brian was the campus minister at MSU when my husband (though he wasn’t my husband then) and I were at State. The hubs always admired Brian. I didn’t get it. I mean, I didn’t not like the guy...like I said, I never even really met him, but the one time I went to RUF, I recall leaving somewhat confused. It was back to BSU for me 😜So, to think of all the people in the world to come to mind during the before mentioned workshop, Brian Habig might not be the most obvious choice. However, he is one of the top three influences on my life.
I think I’ve been listening to his sermons for over ten years. I know I’ve been listening long enough to make it through two sabbaticals which seemed impossible to be 7 years apart. Haha! I can’t tell you how many times Brian’s messages seem like they were written for me. He has taught me how to read the Bible. He has taught me the object of my faith. He has taught me that my hope is in the person and work of Jesus Christ. While I am apart of a local church family, I call Brian my “podcast preacher” as I have shared the ministry at DPC with many of my friends and family members.

Brian, thank you! Maybe we will meet someday, if not here — there.

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