|preached||January 6, 1985|
|added||January 20, 2012|
|topic||Pride and Humility|
Success can make us proud and lead us to believe that we do not need God, and that we have achieved success on our own. Some, having lost all fear of the Lord, think of Him only as a cosmic power. Has your prayer life characterized as praying to someone who only fulfills our needs, or do your prayers include repentance and thanksgiving to our God who is holy? Join us as Alistair teaches on the importance and meaning of truly seeing the Lord for who He really is.
|preached||December 2, 2007|
|added||December 2, 2007|
|topics||Christ's Birth, Jesus Christ, Joy, Prophecy, Salvation, Sin|
Turn on daily television talk shows, and you see people living in darkness. Pick up a newspaper, and you inevitably read stories of people in distress. In this message, Alistair outlines the ushering in of a great Light and a Wonderful Counselor.
|preached||December 2, 2012|
|added||December 3, 2012|
|topics||Christ's Birth, Gospel, Jesus Christ, Prophecy, Redemption, Redemptive History|
With the holidays approaching, "getting ready for Christmas" becomes a focus in our lives and homes. Yet preparing our hearts to celebrate Christ's coming is even more important. The Advent season addresses this need by pointing out that all of the Bible is history - and HIS story. In this first Advent message, we study how Jesus fulfilled not just specific predictions, but all of the Old Testament, during His earthly ministry. Purchase DVD $1.25 | Purchase Audio CD $1.25 Free shipping!
|preached||December 9, 2012|
|added||December 10, 2012|
|topics||Christ's Birth, Jesus Christ, Prophecy|
When we face darkness - both in the world around us and within our own hearts - where do we turn for relief? The tendency to rely on sinful substitutes is just as common today as it was in Isaiah's time. Only the Light that God gives in Christ can overcome our darkness and set us free from spiritual oppression.
|preached||December 30, 2012|
|added||December 30, 2012|
|topics||Christ's Birth, Jesus Christ, Love of God|
The familiar terms in Isaiah 6 (Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace) are not just titles of the incarnate Christ – they are roles He fills in the life of the believer. In this Advent study, we discover the actions Jesus performs in each role and the very real difference they make in our daily experience.
|preached||December 23, 2012|
|added||December 23, 2012|
|topics||Christ's Birth, Jesus Christ, Redemptive History|
At Christmas, we don't celebrate the birth of any ordinary child, but a child who was born to save and to rule: Mediator, beloved Son, Redeemer, Creator, and King. This study in Isaiah 9 draws us again to look from the manger to the cross to the throne, where our living Savior reigns in power.
|preached||December 30, 2007|
|added||December 30, 2007|
|topics||Atonement, Character of God, Contentment, The Cross, Forgiveness, Jesus Christ, Redemption, Salvation|
The whole world is searching for an eternal peace. Many of the world’s religions say that this peace is achieved by looking in oneself. In this message, Alistair makes a proclamation of an eternal peace that passes all understanding found only through the Prince of Peace.
|preached||December 23, 2007|
|added||December 23, 2007|
|topics||Adoption/Sonship, Atonement, Character of God, Forgiveness, Jesus Christ, Love of God, Salvation|
There are certainly many examples of good and loving fathers in the world—fathers who would never abandon or leave their children. However, one day these fathers and children will be separated in death. In this message, Alistair introduces us to the one and only Everlasting Father.
|preached||December 16, 2007|
|added||December 16, 2007|
|topics||Christ's Birth, Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, Preaching Christ from the Old Testament, Salvation, Sovereignty of God|
How can such wonders as healing the sick, walking on water, and calming a storm ever even begin to be explained or understood? In this message, Alistair takes us on a Biblical journey which shows us how the ideas of the Wonderful Counselor are executed by the Mighty God.