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Continuing in the Faith, Part B

Continuing in the Faith, Part B

Most of us enjoy owning the newest thing, don’t we? We upgrade our phones, trade in our cars and look for the latest and greatest gadgets. But when it comes to our walk with Christ we can’t afford to bring that attitude! Hear Alistair Begg on Truth For Life.

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Useful to the Master

From 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.

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