|preached||June 13, 2004|
|added||June 13, 2004|
|scripture||Matthew - John|
|topics||Grace of God, Studying the Bible|
We become part of God’s family by grace, through faith. Jesus died to bear the punishment our sins deserve and He gathers all believers into His kingdom, not because of who we are, or what we have done, but because of who Jesus is and what Jesus has done. Alistair points to the New Testament fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies and the grace-filled work of Christ.
|preached||December 24, 2011|
|added||December 24, 2011|
|topics||Christ's Birth, Regeneration|
In this Christmas Eve sermon we pause to reflect on the real reason for the season - the Lord Jesus Christ. Who is this Child... and why has He appeared?
|preached||December 22, 1985|
|added||October 29, 2010|
Traditions can be great to have in your family Christmas celebrations, but sometimes traditions can hide the true story. Alistair takes us back to the Christmas narrative to tell us about the truth behind the Three Wise Men. Through their investigation, adoration and presentation, we receive a biblical challenge of faith and trust today.
|preached||March 3, 1996|
|added||March 3, 1996|
|topics||The Church, Faith, Priorities|
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?
|preached||January 26, 2014|
|added||January 26, 2014|
|topics||Evangelism, Gospel, Jesus Christ, Prayer|
It's easy for local congregations to become comfortable and allow our outreach to neighbors and friends to wane. But the pattern of our Lord is a passionate commitment to spread the good news of the kingdom of God. In this message from Matthew 9:36-38, Alistair Begg explains that taking our responsibility to share the gospel seriously means making Jesus' priorities our own by seeing those around us clearly, caring deeply, thinking properly, and praying fervently.
|preached||July 27, 2008|
|added||April 15, 2011|
|topics||Character of God, Dependence on God, Faith, Jesus Christ, Justification/Imputation of Righteousness, Sanctification|
Anything weighing you down? Depleting your strength? Alistair Begg begins a brand new series on what it means to know Christ. And his first message takes us to the invitation Jesus gives in Matthew 11 to come and find rest in Him.