When you prepare to express your praise and worship to God, do you know the Bible teaches some things are acceptable? Hear Alistair Begg’s message when he talks about acceptable worship. More
What Is True Worship?We live in a culture that is self-focused. Sadly, even our worship can become about how it makes us feel or what we get out of it. We may go to church because the songs and the routine give us warm feelings, or we choose to skip church because we don’t feel like going. But the Bible is clear that worship is not about us. It’s about God. His Word instructs us to worship because He deserves our praise. Teaching from Psalms, Ecclesiastes, Mark, John, and 1 Thessalonians, Alistair Begg draws our attention to what the Bible says about worship. Genuine worship in spirit and in truth is only possible when we are captured by an overwhelming sense of awe and reverence in the presence of God. As we approach worship, we should prepare properly, engage our minds, and keep our hearts focused on the object of our worship, the one true God. Then, and only then, can we expect visitors to our services to exclaim, "Surely God is in this place!"
You may not be famous or wealthy, but God doesn’t choose us based on our skills or resources. He chooses those who are obedient and willing and uses them in mighty ways. Learn more about God’s call on your life, on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Most of us look forward to the day when we can retire. But, as the prophet Daniel reveals, there’s never a point when we can retire from our engagement in spiritual warfare. On Truth For Life with Alistair Begg, we learn about Daniel’s continued faithfulness in his old age! More
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