In Romans 12 we read this command: Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. So what does it really mean to live a transformed life? Find out on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg!
The transforming work of the Gospel shapes our hearts and minds. When applied to both the mundane and profound details of our lives, it should cause us to be different from unbelievers around us. But what does this look like practically? How do these distinctions show themselves each day in our families, work, and local churches?
Alistair Begg paints the picture of a grace-shaped life in his study from Romans 12. Through Paul’s letter to the first-century church, we see practical actions and attributes that should mark the life of every Christian, no matter the circumstance.
|A Call to Commitment||Romans 12:1-2|
|Transformed Mind||Romans 12:1-2|
|We Belong Together, Part 1||Romans 12:3-8|
|We Belong Together, Part 2||Romans 12:3-8|
|Genuine Christian Love, Part 1||Romans 12:9-10|
|Genuine Christian Love, Part 2||Romans 12:9-10|
|Divine Righteousness Applied||Romans 12:11|
|Love in Action||Romans 12:11-13|
|Responding to Persecution, Part 1||Romans 12:14|
|Responding to Persecution, Part 2||Romans 12:14|
|Truth For Life||Romans 12:15-16|
|No Retaliation!||Romans 12:17-18|
|Essential Christianity, Part 1||Romans 12:19-21|
|Essential Christianity, Part 2||Romans 12:19|
It is clear that the confidence that the psalmist expresses is a divine confidence. He did not say, "I have enough grace to perfect that which concerns me--my faith is so steady that it will not falter--my love is so ...