Mark Driscoll preaches about the wrath of God.
A few points:
At 1:38, he mentions that he was interviewed by the folks who made the documentary Expelled. Apparently they’re doing a new documentary on Hell. This sermon is from Oct. 9th, 2011, so this must currently be in the works (through Driscoll is vague about when the interview happened.)
At about 4:45, you get this wonderful speech:
… [In order to be a real Christian] you need to know who the real God is, and how the real God feels. Some of you … God hates you. Some of you, God is sick of you. God is frustrated with you. God is wearied by you. God has suffered long enough with you. He doesn’t think you’re cute. He doesn’t think it’s funny. He doesn’t think your excuse is “meritous” [meritorious]. He doesn’t care if you compare yourself to someone worse than you, He hates them too. God hates, right now, personally, objectively hates some of you. He has had enough …
From what I’ve seen, this is basically 50% of Driscoll’s sermons reduced down into one compact form. You can go to The American Jesus where they are disagreeing with Driscoll’s Biblical justification, or Jesus Needs New PR where the commentators are mulling over this video and carefully ignoring Elemenope.
EDIT: Here’s another segment of the same sermon: