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The Partial Kingdom - God's People, Part One

The Partial Kingdom - God's People, Part One

preached April 18, 2004
added April 18, 2004
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scripture Genesis 1-50
topics Faith, Studying the Bible
type Sermon
id 2383

In grief we may cry out, “God, I don’t understand what you’re doing!” Abraham may have felt this way when his wife Sarah could not conceive. How could a nation be born through him when his wife appeared barren? Yet, in his old age, Sarah gave birth to Isaac. So why does God immediately tell Abraham to offer him as a sacrifice? In this study we can learn from Abraham what it means to have unwavering faith.

The Promised Kingdom

The Promised Kingdom

preached April 18, 2004
added April 18, 2004
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scripture Genesis 1-50
topics Redemptive History, Studying the Bible
type Sermon
id 2382

Have you ever wondered why Noah was spared from the flood? Or pondered why God made a promise to Abraham that a great nation would be created through him? If we are to understand what the Bible says, we must first understand the importance of God’s grace. Listen as Alistair points to the covenant made to both Noah and Abraham assuring us that if we are in Christ, then we are heirs of God’s promise and children of His kingdom.

Reactions to the Resurrection

Reactions to the Resurrection

preached April 11, 2004
added April 11, 2004
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scripture Acts 17:32
topic Christ's Resurrection
type Sermon
id 2380
Numbered With the Transgressors

Numbered With the Transgressors

preached April 9, 2004
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scripture Isaiah 53:12
topic Salvation
type Sermon
id 2381
The Perished Kingdom, Part Two

The Perished Kingdom, Part Two

preached April 4, 2004
added April 5, 2004
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scripture Genesis 1-50
topics Redemptive History, Studying the Bible
type Sermon
id 2379

Adam and Eve sinned in the garden and God’s perfect creation was changed – Cain killed Abel and all men developed wicked hearts. If God knew the fall of man would happen, then why did He allow it? Alistair teaches us that God was not caught off guard when sin entered the world and that before time began, God had planned for man’s rescue. Nonetheless, sin must face accountability. Learn how, even in judgment, through grace God reaches out to redeem His people for His glory.

See, Your King is Coming

See, Your King is Coming

added April 4, 2004
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scripture John 12:12-19
type Sermon
id 2378

Imagine living in the first century as a twelve year old Jewish boy and happening across the scene when Jesus entered Jerusalem on the back of a donkey. How would a young boy interpret this historic moment in time, and would he understand the true nature of this king? Alistair Begg recreates this dramatic scene in this message.

Life After Death

Life After Death

added April 1, 2004
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scripture 1 Corinthians 15:1-58
topic Death
type Series
id 23601

In every generation one subject remains a source of fascination and fear -DEATH. Is it really the end? What happens afterwards? At a time when people are increasingly preoccupied with stories of "out-of-body" experiences and are wondering about reincarnation, the fifteenth chapter of First Corinthians is unique and striking in its impact. Here is the classical Christian discussion of the most vital subject. We do well to pay careful attention so that in a matter marked by great confusion, we might learn to speak with clarity and conviction. In learning how to die, we find the key to learning how ...

Jesus 101

Jesus 101

added April 1, 2004
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topic Jesus Christ
type Series
id 24401

The search for the real Jesus...it never ceases. Archaeologists and academics trace ancient paths in the quest. Hungry souls flock to the cinema hoping to find Jesus up on screen. Yet the only place we’ll find him - the real Jesus - is in the Bible. Scripture unfolds the wondrous mysteries of the Savior from Genesis to Revelation. There we learn that Jesus is God. We also find that he chose to lay aside his splendor and take on a nature like ours in order to love us. There we see the extent of that love in the suffering he ...