Resource Center

Sort By:
Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday

preached April 13, 2014
added April 14, 2014
comments View Comments
scripture Matthew 21:10
topics Grace of God, Jesus Christ
type Sermon
id 3028

Some people celebrate Palm Sunday out of a sense of obligation or nostalgia, while others view the occasion with skepticism. As Alistair Begg explains, the details of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem can only be truly viewed through the lens of believing faith. Like the disciples, we cannot understand that Jesus is Messiah and King until the grace of God opens our eyes.

Passing on the Truth

Passing on the Truth

preached April 6, 2014
added April 7, 2014
comments View Comments
scripture 2 Timothy 2:1-2
topics Dependence on God, Gospel, Grace, Grace of God, Jesus Christ, Redemption
type Sermon
id 3024

Timothy's mentor and friend, the apostle Paul, was nearing the end of his ministry, and soon the Church would be led by this younger man and his contemporaries. As Alistair Begg explains, the strength for this task could only be found in the power of God. Recognizing that God was the source of strength and the author of his message, Timothy was equipped, and so are we, to pass on the gospel to future generations.

Treachery and Majesty

Treachery and Majesty

preached April 6, 2014
added April 6, 2014
comments View Comments
scripture John 18:1-11
topics The Cross, Jesus Christ
type Sermon
id 3025

When Judas betrayed the Lord Jesus, he revealed the unbelief that had been present in his heart all along. The scene of his betrayal contrasts the treachery of Judas with the majesty of Jesus displayed in His sovereign rule, His devotion to His followers, and His submission to the Father's will. In this message from John 18, Alistair Begg encourages us with the reminder that even the darkest circumstances are an occasion for Christ to demonstrate his glory.

The Good Deposit

The Good Deposit

preached March 30, 2014
added March 31, 2014
comments View Comments
scripture 2 Timothy 1:14-18
topics Church Leadership, Gospel, Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, Loving Others, Ministry, Redemption
type Sermon
id 3023

In his last letter to his protege, the Apostle Paul instructed Timothy to guard the "good deposit" of the Gospel message. Alistair Begg explains that the challenges and encouragements they faced are not unlike those faced by Christian leaders today. In the midst of pressure to conform to a secular culture and opposition from some who should be friends, there will also be loving support from believers who remain faithful and active in supporting Gospel ministry.

Follow the Pattern

Follow the Pattern

preached March 16, 2014
added March 17, 2014
comments View Comments
scripture 2 Timothy 1:13
topics Gospel, Jesus Christ, Studying the Bible, Word of God
type Sermon
id 3014

In his final letter to Timothy, the Apostle Paul's concern is that the gospel of Jesus Christ will be taught correctly to future generations. Alistair Begg challenges us in this message to deepen our own understanding of the gospel by applying our minds to the study of scripture and by incorporating its truths into our lives.

Christ's Atoning Work

Christ's Atoning Work

preached March 2, 2014
added March 3, 2014
comments View Comments
scripture Hebrews 10:1-25
topics Atonement, The Cross, Jesus Christ, Justification/Imputation of Righteousness, The Lord's Supper
type Sermon
id 3012

The Son of God was not crucified as a helpless victim. Jesus gave up his life as an obedient, deliberate, and purposeful sacrifice that bore away the sins of His people once and for all. Alistair Begg reminds us that Christians look to Christ's completed work, and to His work alone, for our standing before God and our hope for the future.

Preacher, Apostle, Teacher

Preacher, Apostle, Teacher

preached February 23, 2014
added February 24, 2014
comments View Comments
scripture 2 Timothy 1:11-12
topics Gospel, Grace of God, Jesus Christ, Preaching, Suffering
type Sermon
id 3011

Though he was imprisoned and facing death, Paul's highest concern in his second letter to Timothy was for the gospel - that the message of grace and redemption would be passed to future generations. His roles, first as an apostle of Jesus Christ, and then as a preacher and teacher of the Gospel opened the door for his own suffering, but his confidence in the faithfulness of God sustained and nurtured his own faith under persecution.

Seeing, Caring, Thinking, Praying

Seeing, Caring, Thinking, Praying

preached January 26, 2014
added January 26, 2014
comments View Comments
scripture Matthew 9:35-38
topics Evangelism, Gospel, Jesus Christ
type Sermon
id 3006

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.

Just The Facts

Just The Facts

preached December 29, 2013
added December 30, 2013
comments View Comments
scripture Luke 2:17-20
topics Atheism, Christ's Birth, Faith, Glory of God, Gospel, Jesus Christ, Redemptive History, Word of God, Worship
type Sermon
id 2998

If you had just seen a multitude of angels, what would you be talking about when you went into town? The shepherds in Luke 2 focused on what the angels had said - their message of a Savior's birth - and not on the drama of the experience. Mary also pondered the meaning of the shepherds' testimony. In concluding this series on Jesus' birth, Alistair Begg draws our attention to the historical nature of the gospel accounts: this is evidence that supports belief, not just an emotional response.

The Sign and the Song

The Sign and the Song

preached December 22, 2013
added December 23, 2013
comments View Comments
scripture Luke 2:12-17
topics Christ's Birth, Glory of God, Jesus Christ, Redemptive History
type Sermon
id 2996

Against the backdrop of the powerful Roman Empire and reign of Caesar Augustus, God chose for Jesus to be born in humble circumstances, announcing his birth to a group of common shepherds. In this message Alistair Begg explains that the sign of His humble beginning foreshadows his ignominious death on a cross and burial wrapped in linen. The peace with God proclaimed by the angels overshadows the Pax Romana and finds its significance by those who see with the eyes of faith and make room for the Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ.

Displaying 1-10 of 258 results.
Pages: