If asked whether or not Jesus came to earth to bring peace, how would you answer? Many would nod in affirmation. But in reality, Jesus admits that His purpose wasn’t to create harmony. Listen as Alistair Begg asks hard questions on Truth For Life!
Seven Questions God AsksMany of us are familiar with the questions that individuals regularly bring to God. Yet how many of us are aware of the questions that God brings to individuals? In this series, Alistair Begg examines seven conversations that begin with one of God’s disarming questions. From Adam and Eve in the Garden to the rich young ruler in Judea, the Lord engages these individuals with striking accuracy and exposes their mistaken notions about him. These questions are as arresting to us today and are as able to penetrate our hearts as they were two-thousand years ago. In this study, we are invited to discover the truth of God’s nature and the reality of our condition as it is revealed in these surprising encounters.
Jesus promised that His followers could expect persecution. So how do we respond to hostility from cynical unbelievers? On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg opens a letter from Jesus to a Long-Suffering Community in need of encouragement.
When we’re down or discouraged, there’s nothing like an encouraging note from a friend to pick us up. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg describes a reassuring letter from Jesus written to a weary and distressed church.
There’s no expiration date on the timeless truth of Scripture. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg will describe a first-century letter that addresses several 21st century issues. What can we learn from this personal note from Jesus?
If Jesus wrote a letter to your church, what do you think He’d say? What traits would He praise? What would He criticize? On Truth For Life with Alistair Begg, you’ll hear His personal comments to a first-century church not unlike many in our day.