The Bible doesn’t shy away from hard news. For instance, Romans 8 speaks with boldness about pain and suffering. But this passage also points us to the coming glory in Jesus and the hope He brings. Listen as Alistair Begg gives a big picture view of sufferings and glory.
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Life In The SpiritWhat 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.
Whenever Jesus spoke of future days, the first response of the disciples was to inquire when all of it would come to pass. Even today, believers continue to wonder, "How long ‘til the End?" We’ll address this curious question on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Every spring, men and women around the world celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. But many have never considered why this event is globally acknowledged. Why does it matter that a Jewish carpenter rose from the grave two thousand years ago? Discover the answer on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
For centuries, skeptics have dismissed the resurrection of Jesus as simply a myth or a hoax. But on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg presents solid evidence from Scripture and from history confirming the accuracy of the resurrection account. More
Have you ever felt like your sin was so awful you doubted if God would forgive you? On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg reminds us that no matter what you’ve done, you’re never outside the reach of God’s love. More