Used Of God February 25, 2008
Little is known of Ananias except that he was used mightily by the Lord in the transformation of Saul of Tarsus to Paul the Apostle. He wasn't chosen because he was particularly well-known or popular, but rather because he was open to the Lord's call, obedient to His command, and ready and willing to serve. Through this study of Acts 9:10-20, Alistair Begg reveals how God continues to use seemingly insignificant disciples today to do great work for His Kingdom.
Series: Jars Of Clay
Teach Your Children Well, Part Two February 25, 2008
It is a daunting challenge to raise children with Christian values in a world that is increasingly antagonistic toward biblical truth and conviction. Gleaning wisdom from Proverbs 22 and Ephesians 6, Alistair Begg instructs parents – particularly fathers – in in the biblical principles of training children without exasperating them. Consistent, tender parenting requires constant prayer, complete dependence on God’s grace, and a steadfast focus on eternity.
Series: Wise Words
Our Confidence In The Word February 25, 2008
Mercy, Blessings & Character February 25, 2008
The believer’s entire existence is under the providential care of God, but we are still responsible for our choices and actions. Ruth applied common sense, careful thought, and sensible action while still relying on God’s grace, direction, and provision. Alistair Begg notes that even routine opportunities to provide for ourselves are ultimately God's compassionate provision.
Series: Lessons For Life, Volume 3