The Imperishable Word
(1 Peter 1:23-25)
The grounds for our hope in the permanence of the God’s work begins with — and will continue to flow from — the imperishable Word of God.
The “IOUS” prayers mentioned at the end of the sermon come from John Piper’s book “When I Don’t Desire God”. Piper also speaks on the “IOUS” prayers near the end of an address given to the Desiring God 2005 Regional Conference in Greenville, South Carolina, titled “When I Don’t Desire God, Part 5”, based on the book.