It’s likely you’re still enjoying the after-glow of a pleasant Christmas celebration with family and friends. But take a few minutes to think about why we celebrate and why Jesus came in the first place.
- Christ's Birth
- The Cross
- Deity of Christ
- Humanity of Christ
- Indwelling Sin
- Jesus Christ
Who Is Jesus?Who is Jesus? It’s a question we all need to answer. Is He the Son of God, as Christians have believed for more than 2,000 years—or is he just a man? Alistair Begg examines the Gospels and explains that Jesus made direct claims that He is both God and man. People of His day understood who He was claiming to be. That’s why they accused Him of blasphemy. Today, people inside and outside the Church are increasingly confused about what they believe and why. We hear fraudulent claims about Jesus throughout our culture, so it is imperative that we have a solid grasp on His person and work. We must pay careful attention to biblical truth, and we need to be able to clearly answer the questions: What did Jesus say? What does it mean? And does it matter to our lives today?
Nativity scenes almost always include three figures representing the Wise Men. Who were these mysterious men? What does their story teach us about God’s plan of salvation? Discover the exciting answers to these questions when you listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
As Christians, the Bible assures us that we have been completely forgiven of every sin: past, present and future. Yet many believers continue to feel weighed down by guilt and shame. Discover why and how to embrace true freedom, on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
On Truth For Life we are looking at the last days of the patriarch Jacob. Alistair Begg gleans some important principles about glorifying God as we prepare for our own death and burial in this message titled, "A Lesson in Dying." More
When writing a will, most people consider what should be done with their wealth and property. On Truth For Life, in his message titled "A Lesson in Dying," Alistair Begg urges us to consider how our preparations for death can serve a greater purpose by reflecting the Gospel. More