In general, our society tolerates vague talk about God and spiritual themes. But conversely, it’s unacceptable to assert a clear, unequivocal declaration of salvation only through Jesus Christ. In the New Testament book of Second Timothy, we’re told to be bold about Jesus no matter what the culture around us may say. This message is titled, "Do Not Be Ashamed" and Alistair Begg is in Second Timothy chapter 1.
Useful to the MasterFrom the darkness of a prison cell, Paul wrote to his disciple Timothy about his desire to pass on the Gospel to the next generation. His great concern was that truth would be preserved and that his disciple would be useful to the Master in his continuing ministry. Reviewing 2 Timothy’s exhortations toward perseverance, holiness, and remaining steadfast, Alistair Begg encourages and inspires us to stand firm in declaring the Gospel with the confidence that comes from Jesus Christ alone.
It’s nice to be admired and common to present ourselves in the best light possible, hoping people will overlook our flaws. But on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg challenges us to embrace our weaknesses. Hear the conclusion of "The Pastor’s Study, Volume 3" on Truth For Life! More
The world applauds men and women for their strengths and scorns their weaknesses. But God judges His servants by a different metric. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg calls us to a countercultural mindset. More
When learning to preach, there can be no better example to follow than that of Jesus Himself. As we continue our series called, "The Pastor’s Study, Volume 3," Alistair Begg describes what pastors can learn from Jesus’ earthly ministry and teaching. Listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
When someone is cured of a lifelong illness or disability, the typical response is to celebrate! But that wasn’t how the Pharisees responded when Jesus healed a blind man. Discover why the Pharisees were offended by this miracle when you listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More