What is a Confessing Evangelical? April 21, 1996
The Purpose of Living October 26, 2014
Everything on earth is on the move; time knows nothing of rest. The solid earth is a rolling ball, and the great sun itself is a star obediently fulfilling its course around some greater luminary. Tides move the sea; winds stir the breezy ocean; friction wears the rock: Change and death rule everywhere. The sea is not a miser's storehouse for a wealth of waters, for as by one force the waters flow into it, by another they are lifted from it.
Men are born to die: Everything is hurry, worry, and vexation of spirit. Friend of the unchanging ...
She Happened to Come October 25, 2014
She happened to come. Yes, it seemed nothing but an accident, but it was divinely ruled over! Ruth had gone out with her mother-in-law's blessing, under the care of her mother-in-law's God, to humble but honorable work, and the providence of God was guiding her every step. Little did she know that among the sheaves she would find a husband, that he would make her the joint owner of all those broad acres, and that she, a poor foreigner, would become one of the ancestors of the great Messiah. God is very good to those who trust in Him and ...
The House That Rock Built March 3, 1996
The most important feature in any house is not an updated kitchen, a spacious backyard, or even the quality of the roof. It’s the foundation… the unassuming bedrock upon which the entire structure rests. Alistair Begg turns to a construction illustration that Jesus used in Matthew 7. It’s about two builders… and two very different foundations. Their story provides insight into your own foundations. Are you building a spiritual life that will last?
Faith Under Fire March 1, 1996
Although the events described in this series happened over two and a half thousand years ago, they speak to our contemporary situation with striking relevance. Daniel and his friends were in an environment where the prevailing world view was antagonistic to the biblical truth of God’s sovereignty over the affairs of men and nations. They faced the question, “How can we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land?” They faced the challenge of avoiding either absorption by the culture or isolation from the culture. In following their example we discover how to live in our sometimes seductive and hostile ...