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Let It Be

Luke 1:38
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Great Expectations

Luke 1:32-33
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A Mighty and Merciful God

Luke 1:46-56
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Behind the Scenes of Christmas

The fullness of time had come. God sent his Son into the world to seek and to save what was lost. In this series, Alistair draws from four key New Testament passages to take us behind the scenes, as it were, of the familiar Christmas story. The baby in the manger, he reminds us, is none other than the Lord of eternity; the birth of Mary’s son is nothing less than the arrival of the eternal Word into the world.

To a generation that does not know who Christ is, why he came or why it matters, these central ...

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Right With God, Volume 1

By what means are we made right before God? All too often people encounter this question and make legalistic, religious observance or good works the answer. In the book of Galatians, Paul refutes this particular sentiment and demonstrates that simple faith in Christ’s atoning sacrifice is the only sure basis for our righteousness before God. This month, join Alistair as he explores this book of God’s Word.

False teachers had discarded the gospel of grace and had exchanged it for a “gospel” of works by observing the law—which is no gospel at all. Right With God is an exposition of ...

Happiness Revisited

It has been said that every person is endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Happiness, however, cannot be guaranteed by any human institution. In this message Alistair Begg considers the theme of happiness and challenges us to find it in God alone.

Psalms 32:1-11
sku: 2545CD

Series: The Missing Peace

I Will Instruct You, Part Two

When you hear that God is watching over you, do you picture an angry boss looking over your shoulder or a patient parent willing and ready to help? Alistair Begg reminds us in this message that God knows our name, cares about each of us, and gives us instruction as our loving heavenly Father.

Psalms 32:8-9
sku: 2544CD

Series: The Missing Peace

I Will Instruct You, Part One

Parents do not expect newborn children to know everything they will need to know for life. They need instruction. The same is true for new believers who need instruction over time on how to live the Christian life. In this message Alistair Begg teaches us about how God instructs His children.

Psalms 32:8
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Series: The Missing Peace

My Hiding Place, Part One

After David sinned with Bathsheba, he went about his business as king. Publicly he was managing, but privately his life was unraveling. Alistair Begg explains that like David, our misery can sometimes be an evidence of God’s mercy.

Psalms 32:5-7
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Series: The Missing Peace

My Hiding Place, Part Two

How can God forgive our sins? And how can we know our sins are forgiven? In this message Alistair Begg takes us back to the book of Leviticus and then forward to our Lord Jesus Christ to show how King David, in spite of his sin with Bathsheba, could be assured of forgiveness.

Psalms 32:5-7
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Series: The Missing Peace


Everyone is looking for happiness, but very few find it. Could it be that we look for happiness in all the wrong things? Alistair Begg challenges us from the example of King David to seek true happiness rooted in God’s forgiveness.

Psalms 32:1-2
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Series: The Missing Peace

Like An Owl Among the Ruins

A natural response to sin is to cover it up, assuming that we will be able to move forward without negative consequences. The example of King David proves that this is not the case. David hid his sin successfully for some time, but it began to affect his health. Alistair Begg teaches us from Psalm 32 that what goes on in the heart and mind can be reflected in our physical condition too.

Psalms 32:3-4
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Series: The Missing Peace

Above All Things

Psalms 138:2
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The Gospel According to Luke, Volume 9

Luke’s gospel is the longest book in the New Testament. When you consider it along with the other book that he wrote, namely the Acts of the Apostles, Luke is responsible for over a quarter of New Testament material.

Luke was one of Paul’s most significant companions and several things about him help us understand why God laid his hand upon this man. He was a Gentile, the only Gentile writer in the whole of the New Testament. He was also a doctor and an educated man. He was an historian. In fact, he was more of a historian than ...

Luke 20:1-47 , Luke 21:1-28
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The Pastor's Study, Volume 2

Paul’s words in 2 Timothy 4:2-5 are the mandate for all those who are called to pastoral ministry. Martyn Lloyd-Jones once commented that "the work of preaching is the highest and greatest and most glorious calling to which anyone can ever be called." He went on to say that "the most urgent need in the Christian church today is for true preaching and as it is the greatest and most urgent need in the church it is, obviously, the greatest need in the world also."

To a generation in which the priority of preaching has been sadly diminished, the apostolic ...

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Principles in Giving

Drawing from Paul’s practical encouragement in 2 Corinthians 9, Alistair Begg reminds us that although generous giving brings its own rewards, this should never be the incentive for our generosity. Because giving is an expression of our faith, it should be worked out privately and prayerfully. In this way, we can give cheerfully and God will be glorified.

2 Corinthians 9:1
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Series: The Grace of Giving

Prelude to Giving

One of the characteristics of a Christian is generosity that is unhindered by severe trial or extreme poverty. Any consideration of giving must begin with the understanding that all that we have was first given to us by God. Alistair Begg explores the biblical guide-lines for financially supporting the work of the Gospel and notes that our gratitude for God’s grace should be reflected in our giving.

2 Corinthians 8:7
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Series: The Grace of Giving

Pattern For Giving

While tithing was established as the basic pattern of giving in the Old Testament, the New Testament neither legislates nor dismisses the tithe. Pulling from the Old and New Testaments, Alistair Begg expounds on the grace of giving as it relates specifically to tithing. The Bible gives clear guidelines to assist Christians in establishing their own personal pattern of giving, first and foremost to the local church.

1 Corinthians 16:1-4
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Series: The Grace of Giving

Are We Blind Too?

Alistair Begg continues our study of John 9 about the blind beggar who was healed. When this man encountered Jesus, he immediately responded, “Lord, I Believe.” In this message, we’ll take an honest look at ourselves and ask the question, “are we blind, too?”

John 9:39-41
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Series: A Light in the Darkness

The Message of the Cross

1 Corinthians 1:18
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Firm Foundation, Volume 6

The 13th chapter of 1 Corinthians may be one of the most beloved and most widely recognized portions of Scripture, but it also may be one of the most misapplied. When it is taken in isolation, this chapter becomes vulnerable to all kinds of interpretations, many of which are incomplete or misleading. In the first part of this volume of Firm Foundation, Alistair Begg connects Paul’s description of love to the immediate concern that the apostle had for the church in Corinth. By doing so, he gives us a richer and more faithful understanding of what Christian love should be ...

Seven Questions God Asks

Many of us are familiar with the questions that individuals regularly bring to God. Yet how many of us are aware of the questions that God brings to individuals? In this series, Alistair Begg examines seven conversations that begin with one of God’s disarming questions. From Adam and Eve in the Garden to the rich young ruler in Judea, the Lord engages these individuals with striking accuracy and exposes their mistaken notions about him.

These questions are as arresting to us today and are as able to penetrate our hearts as they were two-thousand years ago. In this study, ...

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Do You Believe..., Part Two

In the first century, Jesus had an encounter with a blind man who placed his faith and trust in God. The result his eyesight was completely restored and his eternal destiny fully secured!

John 9:35-38
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Series: A Light in the Darkness

Lord, I Believe

In many churches today, worship has become man-centered- losing sight of what it means to worship Jesus and to lead others to worship Him. In this message, Alistair defines true worship and outlines the ways in which we can follow Christ's example in the hope that others may also become worshipers of Jesus.

John 9:38
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Series: A Light in the Darkness

Scripture and Tradition, Part 2

What is the basis of authority? Does it lie solely in Scripture or is it Scripture and a little bit of tradition? How much of a role should tradition play? As we continue with Part Two of “Scripture and Tradition,” we consider an example of what can happen when we allow our traditions to become more important than God’s Law.

Series: The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 3

The Heart Of The Matter

Having just demonstrated that tradition must bow to Scripture, Jesus turns to the question of purity versus defilement. Since we know that Christianity is rational, historical and empirical, we must define “uncleanliness” and what makes us clean and right before God.

Mark 7:14-23
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Series: The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 3

Gospel Conversations, Part 2

Our culture has become increasingly preoccupied with living forever. But the Bible tells us that we have a created beginning and an appointed death. In part two of the message, “Gospel Conversations”, Alistair unpacks how Christians should remember this themselves, and then how to share the reality of these two truths with friends and co-workers.

Gospel Conversations, Part 1

What do you know and believe about God? Your theology will come out in how you talk to others about your relationship with him. Alistair explores how our knowledge of God should affect every aspect of our lives, with some very practical steps on sharing Christ with others.

Eternity on My Mind

Ecclesiastes 3:1-15
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Series: Chasing The Wind

Nature and Meaning of the Lord's Supper

Attend a church service on any given Sunday, and you might notice a ceremony taking place -- what Christians call the Lord’s Supper or Communion. But what does this expression of faith mean? Alistair Begg turns to the book of Luke for an explanation of the outward symbols and inward significance.

Luke 22:17-20
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Series: Encore 2010

Declaring His Praise

As the church, Christ calls us to “declare the praises” of the God who reconciled us to himself through the death of his Son. How are we doing? Is the preaching and proclaiming of the Gospel central as we gather each Sunday? Do our attitudes toward our worship services proclaim God’s praises to those who are watching us?

Jesus Cares

As we read this familiar story of Jesus walking on the water, we must not lose our bearings. This story is far more significant than telling us that we don’t need to worry about the scary winds and waters. Rather, it is part of the purpose of Mark’s gospel – revealing who the Lord Jesus Christ is and what he came to do.

Mark 6:45-56
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Series: The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 3

In Green Pastures

Rest is an important part of staying both physically and spiritually healthy. Jesus reminds his disciples of this truth, and his teaching remains as applicable in our hurried and busy lives today as well.

Mark 6:30-44
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Series: The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 3

Salvation's Song

Through the writings of the Old and New Testaments we discover that Jesus Christ has clearly fulfilled the prophecies of Salvation and God’s Kingdom. As we continue Mark’s gospel, we learn that the Holy Spirit reveals this fact to the priest, Simeon, when he meets the infant Jesus.

Luke 2:25-35
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Series: Songs for a Savior

Zechariah’s Song

We say that hindsight is 20/20. Luke uses the Old Testament to introduce us to Jesus and uses Jesus to interpret the Old Testament. We soon realize that we cannot begin to understand who Christ is without first understanding the Old Testament.

Luke 1:67-75
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Series: Songs for a Savior

Mindful, Mighty, Merciful

Mary’s song records her response to the angel’s news that she was about to have a son. More importantly, though, it tells us about the character of the God whose Son she would bear.

Luke 1:46-56
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Series: Songs for a Savior

You Are Not Your Own

In today’s culture, God’s laws regarding sexual purity are often violated. Why are these commands so important for Christians to observe? Alistair explains that “your body is a temple” and “you have been bought with a price.”

Christian Basics

What does it really mean to be a Christian? In this study, Alistair identifies the essential elements of the believer’s life, starting first with conversion and then elaborating the manner in which believers are to act out their faith "To be a Christian," he says, "is to declare that Jesus is Lord. His Lordship affects both our minds - teaching us what to believe, as well as our morals - changing the way we live." While each follower of Christ has a unique calling, all Christians share the same fixed features of genuine faith.

The basic nature of the truths ...

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Belonging, Part Two

In Part Two of this two-part message about belonging, the biblical basis for church discipline is clarified and we learn how the local church is God's special provision for discovering and exercising spiritual gifts, and for praising God. Guidelines are provided to help the individual determine their God-given role in the local church, and to fulfill that role to God's glory so that the Church may be built up. Finally, characteristics of a biblically sound church are outlined so that the believer may be wise in choosing the church in which they will worship, learn, and serve.

1 Peter 2:9 , Romans 12:1-13
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Series: Christian Basics

The Essence of Saving Faith

In this Easter message, Alistair looks to Paul’s summation in 1 Corinthians 15 concerning the resurrection of the Lord Jesus. Either Jesus is the resurrected Lord and we need to bow before him, or we are still without hope in our sin. There is no salvation without confession and faith in Jesus Christ. It is within our hearts, the whole of our being, that we believe and are put right with God through faith in the resurrection of His Son, the incarnate God.

1 Corinthians 15:1-26
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Justice and Love

God is perfectly loving; and He demonstrates this in His mercy. It is also true that God is perfectly just; and He demonstrates this in the fact that He cannot let sin go unpunished. These truths may seem completely opposite and incompatible, yet they are not. In this study Alistair Begg teaches us how God demonstrates both His justice and love in the cross of Jesus Christ.

An Ill-Timed Request

Have you ever thought that if you just do more good works than bad that you might be able to secure your place in the Kingdom of God? Over and over in the gospels, we learn that Jesus’ disciples felt deserving of such honor and glory for themselves. In this message, Alistair examines one such instance and what Jesus says about the true means by which we enter the Kingdom of God.

Mark 10:32
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Series: They Just Don't Get It, Do We?

The Strength of Weakness

The Apostle Paul had a problem. A thorn in his flesh inhibited his natural ability to live his life and serve God as he wished. He prayed for the removal of his limitation, but Jesus had something better in mind, and he told Paul, "My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness" (2 Cor. 12:9). The entire Bible reveals that power is found in weakness for those who know Christ.

The power of God is clearly seen best against the background of human inadequacy. The truth is that our inadequacy may actually prove ...

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An Ill-Advised Argument

The world is always telling us to be concerned with status, or being number one- the first. There are even those in the church who are fighting for position. In this message, Alistair examines a similar conflict between Jesus’ disciples through which Jesus shows us the true position of a Christian and how to gain greatness in His Kingdom.

Mark 9:30
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Series: They Just Don't Get It, Do We?

You Prepare a Table

Psalms 23:5-6
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An Ill-Conceived Rebuke

In Scripture, we read of several instances in which Jesus’ disciples just didn’t understand His ministry at all. They seemed to understand Jesus as a worker of miracles and finally understood Him as the Messiah—regarding Him as a triumphant and powerful political figure. In this message, Alistair explains how we, though having seen the end of the story, still hold to misconceptions concerning the entire nature of Jesus’ ministry.

Mark 8:31
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Series: They Just Don't Get It, Do We?


The sincere declaration that Jesus is Lord of your life will inevitably change the way you behave. Discover what it means to live a life of obedience with Christ as your focus and foundation. Behaving as a Christian is not about embracing certain regulations, but rather about fully submitting to Christ, and being sanctified and transformed by the Holy Spirit as God conforms the believer to the image of His Son. Only then will you desire, and be enabled, to do that which the Word of God calls you to do.

Colossians 3:1-14
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Series: Christian Basics

The End of the Beginning

Paul continued to boldly preach the kingdom of God and teach about the Lord Jesus Christ to all who visited him during his two years of house arrest. From a human perspective, the events of his journey seemed to work against him and to oppose God’s purposes. In retrospect, however, we can see the evidence of God’s providence throughout, ultimately serving to advance the Gospel. Alistair Begg points out that Paul’s story is the beginning of a story that is still unfolding today and one that will continue as the Holy Spirit enables the spread of God’s Word to the ...

Acts 28:30-31
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Series: For the Sake of the Gospel, Volume 2


In this message, Alistair Begg uses multiple Scripture references to emphasize the necessity for every Christian to know what they believe and why they believe it. Understanding basic Christian doctrine and applying these principles to every aspect of your life is crucial to discerning false teaching and insuring that correct beliefs are carried forward to future generations.

Colossians 1:21-23
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Series: Christian Basics

On A Certain Day

When Paul preached at length to the Roman synagogue leaders as recorded in Acts 23:11, we see the fulfillment of God’s promise that Paul would testify about Christ in Rome. Paul taught from the Old Testament and used verifiable historical data to fuse the Biblical Christ with the historical Jesus in the minds of his listeners. He boldly urged his listeners to turn to Christ in faith. Alistair Begg notes that there is the same sense of urgency on every occasion that the Gospel is presented because no one can presume a second opportunity to hear and respond.

Acts 28:23-28
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Series: For the Sake of the Gospel, Volume 2

Becoming A Christian

In Luke 5:12-13, a man hopelessly consumed by leprosy was healed by the compassionate touch of Jesus. Like leprosy, sin corrupts the souls of men and women completely, so that we are alienated from God, hopeless to save ourselves, and in desperate need of rescue. Alistair Begg explains that Jesus died for sin to meet our greatest need and encourages us to cast ourselves on His mercy.

Luke 5:12-13
sku: 2498CD

Series: Encore 2014

Psalms, Volume 1

The cries of the human heart do not change from one generation to the next. The expressions of the Psalmist, then, remain strikingly relevant and understandable to us today. Through petition, praise, lament and song, the Psalmist articulates both the difficulties of living in a fallen world but also the eternal truths about the character of God. Those who are burdened by life’s trials will discover that the Psalms are, as one commentator called them, “the soul’s medicine chest.” This book is a source of encouragement and hope, and it also provides an impetus for worship and prayer. With clarity ...

Psalms 1:1-9:20
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For the Gospel

1 Corinthians 9:1-27
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Run to Win

1 Corinthians 9:1-27
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Basics 2006

No concern is more vital to the church than the gospel itself, the life-changing message of Christ that inspires worship, equips for service, enables fellowship, and compels outreach. "You will be my witnesses," said Jesus..."Go and make disciples of all peoples." While owing its very existence to the gospel, the church can be easily distracted from this fundamental calling.

In keeping with this year's theme, Evangelism In and Through the Local Church, conference addresses, question-answer sessions, and Bible expositions emphasized that the gospel is less than a project or program and more the very heartbeat of a living church. The ...

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The Gospel According to Luke, Volume 7

Luke’s gospel is the longest book in the New Testament. When you consider it along with the other book that he wrote, namely the Acts of the Apostles, Luke is responsible for over a quarter of New Testament material.

Luke was one of Paul’s most significant companions and several things about him help us understand why God laid his hand upon this man. He was a Gentile, the only Gentile writer in the whole of the New Testament. He was also a doctor and an educated man. He was an historian. In fact, he was more of a historian than ...

Are We Up to the Job of Evangelism

Questions and Answers at Basics 2006

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Series: Basics 2006

Gospel-Driven Preaching


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Series: Basics 2006

Growing the Gospel


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Series: Basics 2006

Silently Seeking the Lost


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Series: Basics 2006

The Gospel Driven Church


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Series: Basics 2006

Belonging, Part One

In Part One of this two-part message about where a Christian belongs, we learn the distinction between the invisible Church and the visible, local church. When a person becomes a believer, they are admitted to the invisible Church, the worldwide family of faith; but it is within the visible church that God has made special provision for the fellowship, instruction , and discipline of His people. Discover the importance of belonging to both.

Series: Christian Basics

A Word to the Wise

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Series: Chasing The Wind

The Day of the Lord

2 Peter 3:1-13
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Series: Growing In Grace

Terms of Endearment

Philemon 1:1-7
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On the Basis of Love

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Refresh My Heart

Philemon 1:17-25
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Do Not Fear, Only Believe

As we turn to the story of Jairus in our study in Mark’s Gospel, Alistair discusses two questions that confront us when we go through trials: will we allow circumstances to overturn our faith or will our faith be the basis by which we face our circumstances?

Mark 5:35-42
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Series: The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 2

Get Up, Little Girl

The gospels tell us of ordinary circumstances where Jesus used extraordinary power. Mark allows us to join a few witnesses to see the scene in which Christ raises Jairus’ daughter from the dead as a sign that the Kingdom of God has come.

Mark 5:40-43
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Series: The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 2

Our Heavenly Dwelling

The resurrection of Christ is the pledge of the believer’s resurrection. In this message, we consider four truths about our resurrected body in light of Christ’s resurrection.

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The Twelve Sent Out

In Mark 6, the disciples begin to take a larger role in the story Mark is laying out for us. As Jesus prepares these men for ministry, he teaches them the importance of authority, simplicity, hospitality, and urgency in their work. These principles are equally important as we strive to serve God today.

Series: The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 3

Navigating the Nativity

For many people, the story of Christmas often stops when we gaze sentimentally at the cradle of baby Jesus in the Nativity scene. But if you take a moment to really consider the scene, you might be surprised at the questions that arise: Who is baby Jesus? Why was He born in a manger in Bethlehem? Where did He come from? Who sent Him? What mission did He come to accomplish?

In this two-part series, Alistair Begg examines the answers to these questions and more that are raised by Christ’s incarnation. As we navigate the Nativity, we will have a ...

Galatians 4:4-5 , John 6:25-40
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The Lion's Roar

Amos was not a learned man; he was a shepherd from a small town. He was not an innovator; he simply reminded people of facts they already knew. The only remarkable thing about Amos was how unremarkable he was.

Yet God used Amos to remind His people that religious profession and religious procession are irrelevant and repulsive to Him unless they are accompanied by evidence of His grace.

As 21st century Christians, we need to realize that God is saying the same thing to us. The church today is consumed with tales of experience yet it often denies the truths ...

Amos 1:1-9:15
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Paul Makes the Most of It

Sentenced to house arrest and chained to a guard in Rome, Paul continued to make the most of every opportunity to win as many people as possible to Christ. The way he lived his life, said his prayers, and dictated his letters provided opportunities for the Gospel with the Roman guards. The way in which Paul addressed the local Jewish leaders also paved the way for further interaction. Alistair Begg notes that Paul’s imprisonment served as a platform to advance the Gospel rather than an impediment to silence him.

Acts 28:16-22
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Series: For the Sake of the Gospel, Volume 2

Take Dead Aim, Volume 2

The Apostle Paul was in no doubt as to his direction and purpose in life. In the very heart of this letter to the Philippians, he makes his focus clear. "I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus" Throughout this letter, Paul urges upon these dear Philippian believers the need for them to be equally focused when it comes to the matter of living for Christ.

This series of studies will not only prove useful for the Christian who is seeking to get "back on track," but also ...

The Last Lap

In the study of Acts 28:7-16, we see evidence of God’s grace and sovereignty in Paul’s interaction with the people of Malta. They welcomed Paul with hospitality and honor, and God worked through Paul to heal many who were sick. Later, when Paul and his companions finally arrived in Rome, they praised God and were encouraged by the Christian fellowship that greeted them. Alistair Begg uses Paul’s experiences to highlight the importance of cultivating friendships with unbelievers, prioritizing Christian fellowship, and using God-given gifts to magnify Christ.

Acts 28:7-16
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Series: For the Sake of the Gospel, Volume 2


Being a father can provide constant challenges, especially when trying to find the right balance between giving discipline and giving grace. One child may become exasperated by certain elements of correction while another may need diligent instruction. In the end, a father’s love for his child must remain unconditional in the same way our Heavenly Father’s love is unconditional toward His children. A father or mother may not even see the benefits of loving in this way until they see their child united with Christ for all of eternity.

Colossians 3:21
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Series: The Christian Family

The Bonfire on the Beach

After surviving stormy seas, shipwreck, and a poisonous snakebite, Paul enjoyed the unusual kindness of the islanders in Malta. Rather than becoming discouraged by this detour, Paul seized the opportunity to share his faith with the generous yet superstitious people on the island. Alistair Begg points out, however, that even unusually kind people can be lost and in need of a Savior.

Acts 28:1-16
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Series: For the Sake of the Gospel, Volume 2


A distinct sign of a crumbling society is that children no longer obey their parents. It is now often perceived as anti-cultural and, even “old-fashioned,” to believe that parents have authority over their children. When children are captured by the love and lordship of Christ, they will be more inclined to obey their parents in a heartfelt and sincere way. They will be markedly different from others around them, bringing testimony to the wonder of God’s amazing grace.

Colossians 3:20
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Series: The Christian Family

...and Rides upon the Storm

After two weeks adrift on the storm-tossed sea, the sailors and soldiers focused on self-preservation as the threat of shipwreck became certain. In the midst of calamity and crisis, leadership was desperately needed, and Paul, the unlikely prisoner, stepped up with faith and common sense. Alistair Begg assures us that just as God was with Paul, He is with each of us as we wrestle with the stormy seas of life, and our response can have a radical impact on the watching world.

Acts 27:27-44
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Series: For the Sake of the Gospel, Volume 2


What does it mean to love your wife? The Bible affirms that husbands are to love their wives as Christ loved the Church. As Alistair Begg explains, this is a high standard that is nothing less than a model of the cross of Christ. This love is not harsh; it is sensitive, natural, purposeful, sacrificial, and exclusive. It is a love that enables a wife to flourish in her femininity and grow in her love for Christ.

Colossians 3:19
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Series: Encore 2014

He Plants His Footsteps in the Sea

Paul finally set sail for Rome to face trial before Caesar, just as God had promised. When the ship was suddenly caught in a hurricane-force storm, Paul clung firmly to the promises of God and his faith was a comfort and encouragement to others on the ship. Alistair Begg reminds us that while God’s promises do not alleviate the challenges of life, He can be trusted to bring us safely to our eternal destiny.

Acts 27:1-26
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Series: For the Sake of the Gospel, Volume 2


Have you ever wondered why Christian marriages continue to suffer when the Church places so much emphasis on the importance of strong marital relationships? Alistair Begg suggests that when our discussions about marriage start in the wrong place, we are bound to veer off course. Marriage begins with God and His glory, and wives who are faithful to the Biblical pattern for marriage are a living testimony to the power of the Gospel.

Colossians 3:18
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Series: Encore 2014

When You Pray, Say

Martin Luther referred to the Lord’s Prayer as "the greatest martyr on earth," because it was used, he said, so frequently without thought or feeling and without reverence or faith. In our Christian lives, nothing is more important, and nothing more difficult to establish and maintain, than a meaningful prayer life.

Although we can find time to do just about everything else; good things, industrious things, ministry things, it seems that when we get to the issue of prayer, everything works against us.

When we look at the Lord’s Prayer, we realize that there is much instruction contained in ...

Luke 11:1-13
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Growing in Grace

2 Peter 3:18
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Jesus is King

Luke 1:32
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Jesus as Prophet

Luke 9:28-36
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The Priesthood of Christ

Hebrews 9:26
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If you could choose one word to describe your life, would you say that you’re content? For most of us, that’s the last word we’d use! Alistair Begg turns to the pages of Scripture for a realistic look at personal satisfaction and what it means to have a truly thankful heart.

Series: Thankful Living

The Goodness of God

It’s the time of year to start thinking about picking the right gift for loved ones. In this message, we’re reminded that God Himself is the One who gives perfect gifts at the perfect time. Every good and perfect gift comes from God. Every breath of life, every good night’s sleep, every true friend, every word of Scripture. You could write your own list of blessings, too as Alistair Begg teaches on The Goodness of God.

James 1:17
sku: 2482CD

Series: Thankful Living

Paul the Preacher

At his hearing, Paul defended his commitment to Christ and preached a message of repentance. Alistair Begg shows how Paul’s candid, persistent, respectful presentation of the Gospel sets an example for all who preach. Despite the clarity and sincerity of the delivery, the response to the message will be varied until the heart of the listener is ready to receive it.

Acts 26:19-32
sku: 2481CD

Series: For the Sake of the Gospel, Volume 2

A Man with a Mission

In the courtroom before Governor Festus and King Agrippa, Paul explained how he was transformed from Saul, the chief persecutor of Christians, to the Apostle Paul, commissioned servant of Christ. Through this study of Acts 26:16-18, Alistair Begg illustrates how God calls unlikely individuals to be witnessing servants of Christ. God’s call is not dependent upon our special talents, but upon His authority, His security, and the clarity found in His Word.

Acts 26:16-18
sku: 2479CD

Series: For the Sake of the Gospel, Volume 2

What is Your Life?

James 4:14
sku: 2480CD

Series: Seven Questions God Asks

What if…