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Elizabeth and Zechariah

After years of prophetic silence, God announced the birth of John the Baptist to one faithful couple. As Alistair Begg explains, the announcement illustrates the mystery of God's work throughout history. The events surrounding the birth of Jesus remind us that the providence of God can be seen at work in ordinary events, both good and bad.

Luke 1:5-23
sku: 3065CD

A Trustworthy Saying

Sometimes a hymn can help us understand important gospel truths. In 2 Timothy 2, the Apostle Paul quoted a hymn that was sung by the early Church, using it to present four key points about a believer’s relationship to the Lord Jesus. Alistair Begg explains how these four points demonstrate that God is faithful to both His promises and His warnings. Both call us to repent and believe in Him.

2 Timothy 2:11-13
sku: 3042CD

The God Who Speaks

In 1 Kings 19, we see the postscript to Elijah’s famous confrontation with the prophets of Baal. Gary Millar, through Elijah, helpfully shows us that God does care about his depressed, weak and confused servants, reminding us of our daily need to be sustained by a covenant-keeping God.

1 Kings 19:1-21
sku: GS1118CD

Series: Basics 2014

Preaching a Psalm of Lament

Christopher Ash goes to the book of Psalms and helps the pastor see rich truths ready to be preached. Encouraging pastors to help their audience get it, feel it and want it, Ash does exactly this as he navigates Psalm 74. Moving through deep grief to intense confidence, Ash explains how this Psalm shows God’s sovereignty over all evil.

Psalms 74:1-23
sku: GS1115CD

Series: Basics 2014

Nunc Dimittis

Simeon was a faithful man who trusted that God would be faithful to all of his promises. When Mary and Joseph brought Jesus to the temple, Simeon recognized and embraced him, not only as the source of his own peace, but as the Messiah who would be the glory of Israel and the light of the world. In this message from Luke 2:29-32, Alistair Begg encourages each of us to embrace the Lord Jesus as Simeon did, finding in him the fulfillment of all that God has promised.

Luke 2:29-32
sku: 2999CD

A Thanksgiving Meditation

Believers have used the 100th Psalm to express their praise to God for millennia. In this study Alistair Begg reviews what the psalm teaches about the what, how, where, and why of thanksgiving.

Psalms 100:1-5
sku: 2992CD

Remember, Remember!

Remembering God's faithfulness in the past helps us trust Him in the here and now. Are there ways we can help ourselves remember? Alistair Begg explains how the Jews did that very thing when they instituted the feast of Purim.

Esther 9:20-32
sku: 2986CD

Series: The Unseen God, Volume 2

The Unseen Hand of God

Are there details too small for God to care about? Because He is all-knowing, does that mean He's always looking at "the big picture" and not at our daily circumstances? Based on the keen insight to these questions provided in Esther 6, Alistair Begg encourages us to see God's hand in even the tiny details of our lives.

Esther 6:1-13
sku: 2979CD

Series: The Unseen God, Volume 2

The Full Armor of God

As a student of history knows, wars fought over the centuries had start and end dates. As the sober-minded Christian knows, however, we are in a continual war that will not end on this side of eternity. Alistair Begg explains that our enemy is powerful and the danger is real, but God has equipped us with all of the weapons and defenses we need for this long and grueling fight.

Ephesians 6:13-18
sku: 1850CD

Series: Encore 2014

Fasting, Weeping, Lamenting

In response to Haman's threat against the Jewish people, Mordecai grieved publicly and made sure that Esther was informed of the danger. Esther did not rely on her status as queen for protection. Like Mordecai, Esther knew deliverance came from God alone, but her actions of obedience were also part of His providence. Alistair Begg encourages us to see our obedience in the same way.

Esther 4:1-11
sku: 2973CD

Series: The Unseen God, Volume 1

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