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The Indwelling Spirit

The Indwelling Spirit

What distinguishes the Christian from a neighbor or co-worker who doesn’t believe the Bible? Romans 8 affirms that the Christian doesn’t necessarily have all the answers; rather, he is unique because of a life- transforming encounter with God! More 

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Life In The Spirit

What does it mean to be a Christian? How does faith in Jesus make a difference in a believer’s daily experience? In this series of sermons, Alistair Begg addresses these questions by exploring Romans 8 from the perspective of one who is already in Christ. As Jesus’ finished work on the cross is applied in our lives, we receive a new freedom to make choices that please our heavenly Father—and the indwelling Holy Spirit’s power enables us to walk in those choices. We think differently because of our new identity in Christ, knowing that hardships and suffering have a purpose in God’s ultimate plan. Since we are in Christ by His grace, there is no condemnation; and since we are kept by His eternal love, there is no separation between us and Him forever.

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The Necessary Word

If someone asked you to make a list of things necessary for life, you’d likely mention food, water, air, and perhaps shelter. But on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg reveals that God’s Word is necessary for spiritual life. More 


The Profitable Word

Most people are willing to accept the Bible as an interesting historical account or a book of wisdom. But on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg reminds us that it is so much more than that. It is the actual, infallible Word of God. More 


A Man in the Night (Part 1 of 2)

Many people think that becoming a Christian means working harder at being “good.” They expect to earn God’s favor through religious activity. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg reveals that salvation comes not through reformed living, but through a radical transformation of our being. More 


A Man in the Night (Part 1 of 2)

Many people think that becoming a Christian means working harder at being “good.” They expect to earn God’s favor through religious activity. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg reveals that salvation comes not through reformed living, but through a radical transformation of our being. More