The Right Kind of Weakness
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David Powlison prepared these remarks shortly before his death. He had written them to share with the graduating class of Westminster Theological Seminary, but was unable to attend in person due to his declining health. In this brief address, David takes us on a journey through the Sermon on the Mount and offers us encouragement to be weak. In God’s kingdom, the right kind of weakness positions us to receive the strengths that only God can provide.