Alistair Begg takes us back to the early days of the church. But this isn’t just a history lesson. It’s a reminder of the principles, attitudes and power inherent in God’s kingdom. More
When The Church Was YoungContemporary churchgoers may find themselves considering the early days of the Christian church with fond nostalgia. However, in reading through Luke’s account in Acts, we find that the early Church was not a group of elite Christians. Instead, they wrestled with the very same challenges that face the twenty-first century Church today. In this series, Alistair Begg traces a line from the first century Church to the twenty-first century Church by examining issues such as our alienation from God, our tendency to present a cheapened Gospel, the juxtaposition of divine predestination and human free will, our culture’s obsession with idolatry, and God's ultimate power to save. We learn that the early Christians devoted themselves to the teaching of God’s Word and the spreading of the Gospel by depending on the Holy Spirit, and we are encouraged to hold firmly to the truth of Christ’s saving work as we engage our communities.
When Jesus declared Himself “Lord of the Sabbath,” some people believe this was Jesus’ way of making the Sabbath like any other day of the week. So what’s the point of observing the Sabbath now? Hear the answer on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Jesus was clear when He said the Sabbath was made for man and not man for the Sabbath. How should His statement shape the way we spend our weekends? On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg describes how Christians should keep the Sabbath. More
Many Christians are content with giving God an hour of their Sunday morning. But is that all God requires when He tells us to “keep the Sabbath holy”? On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg describes the difference between a holiday and the Holy Day. More
If we believe the Ten Commandments are God’s will for the church, why do we overlook the fourth commandment, the keeping of the Sabbath? On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg addresses this question, describing the freedom we’ll find when we obey God’s commands. More