In the New Testament, Jesus claimed to be “the resurrection and the life.” In fact, His resurrection, which we celebrate on Easter Sunday, foreshadows when He’ll raise us to life in the last day! In this message, Alistair Begg answers common questions about life after death.
Life After DeathIn every generation, one subject remains a source of both fascination and fear: death. Is it really the end? What happens afterward? Even believers will often wonder, “How good do I need to be to enter Heaven?” Before we can answer any questions about our eternal destination, however, we must first understand the significance of Christ’s rising from the dead. At a time when people are increasingly preoccupied with stories of "out-of-body" experiences and reincarnation, Paul’s teaching in 1 Corinthians 15 is unique and striking in its impact, providing the classical Christian discussion of death and resurrection. In this series, Alistair Begg explores the biblical answer to how we can face death with confidence rather than fear. In learning how best to die, we find the key to learning how to live well.
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