All posts tagged in God

  • December 18, 2014By Trip Lee

    This is a brief message from Advance College Conference in Raleigh, NC. You can read the manuscript below: I want to speak to you very briefly about using our gifts for the glory of Jesus. Have you ever heard kids ask questions? They have an amazing curiosity that seems to have no end. That magical question

  • September 10, 2012By Trip Lee

    Here’s a sermon I preached recently on Psalm 95:10-11. My 3 points were simple: I. Sin Provokes God’s Anger II. Sin is an Alernate Path III. Sin keeps us from God’s rest I pray this is an encouragement to you

  • September 10, 2012By vrasa

    I want to start by reading some quotes. So just listen closely and think about whether or not you agree with what’s said. “Anger dwells only in the bosom of fools.” – Albert Einstein “Anger is a short madness.” – Horace “Whatever is begun in anger ends in shame.” – Benjamin Franklin

  • July 24, 2012By Trip Lee

    How Romans 8 Helps Trip Lee from Desiring God on Vimeo. My friends at Desiring God asked me to share about the passage of Scripture that helps me most. In this clip I reflect on Romans chapter 8

  • July 24, 2012By Trip Lee

    Trip Lee Is Not a Robot from Desiring God on Vimeo. During a recent interview, Desiring God asked me to talk a little bit about my song, Robot from The Good Life

  • July 3, 2012By Trip Lee

    What Is the Gospel? from Desiring God on Vimeo. Another clip from my interview with Desiring God. They asked me if I could rap the Gospel in 2 minutes. This was my attempt

  • January 9, 2012By Trip Lee

    Have you denied the God of the Universe? Believe it or not, this is an important question for all of us to think about. It’s clear in Scripture that eternal life is freely given to those who trust God and believe His Good News, and just judgment is carried out on those who deny Him.

  • January 1, 2012By Trip Lee

    How are we righteous in the sight of God? It is assuredly in the same respect in which Christ was a sinner. For he assumed in a manner our place, that he might be a criminal in our room, and might be dealt with as a sinner, not for his own offenses, but for those