If we really lived out what we say we believe and acted on the things we read in the Bible, what would our lives be like? Listen today on Truth For Life as Alistair Begg talks from Romans 12 about a life characterized by sympathy, harmony and humility.
Shaped by GraceWhen the Gospel takes hold of us, our hearts and minds can’t help but be transformed. Whether in the mundane or profound aspects of life, our new identity in Christ should cause us to be different from the world around us. But what does this look like practically? How do these distinctions show themselves each day in our families, work, and local churches? In this series from Romans 12, Alistair Begg introduces us to the revolutionary impact God’s grace has in the lives of believers. As he points out, it is impossible to live in light of the Gospel without changing not only our actions, but also our motives and inner desires. The Gospel calls us to live in harmony with one another and challenges us to forgive and seek blessing for those who wish to harm us. If we allow the grace of God to first shape our hearts, our lives will surely follow.
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
Our culture typically views growing old as something negative. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg urges us to take a different view. He argues that the signs of aging are actually a gift of God’s grace! More