What are the elements that comprise a genuine expression of praise and worship? And how can we know when we’ve truly worshipped God? Those are questions Alistair Begg will tackle on as we look at Acts 16 for answers. More
What Is the Church?Who or what is the Church? Some might think there are more pressing issues to address in today’s world, but there’s no question that the word ‘church’ conjures up all kinds of images. Indeed, it is a word which is very often misunderstood. By examining passages from several books of the New Testament, Alistair Begg provides clarity on topic of the Church by explaining the nature, origin, and leadership of the Church, the relationship of individuals to the Body of Christ and to local congregations, and the marks of a healthy church fellowship. In all of these areas, we are reminded that Christ Himself is the head of the Church, and it is only in submission to His authority that the Church functions as it ought and flourishes as He intends. Whatever our starting point, this series of studies will bring us to realize just how vitally relevant and crucial the Church is for the 21st century.
Daniel’s prophecy of the seventy weeks is one of the most widely debated passages in Scripture. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg draws out his interpretation of this challenging text while pointing our eyes to the primary message: God’s power over human history. More
On Truth For Life with Alistair Begg, we’re looking at a challenging passage: the prophecy of the seventy weeks. It’s been interpreted many different ways, but the main point is clear: God’s purpose will always come to pass. More
In the midst of relaying prophecies and visions of the future, Daniel paused to offer a prayer to God, and his prayer gives us an excellent model of true repentance. That’s our subject as we continue our study in Daniel, on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
When confronted about sin, the most natural reaction is to make excuses. But in light of God’s holiness, all our excuses fall away and we’re drawn to mourn over our sin and rejoice in the mercy of God. That’s our subject on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More