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The Arrest

The Arrest

In the last few days of Jesus’ life, He was arrested, interrogated and brutally beaten. In each of these moments, we learn profound lessons on mercy and forgiveness. As you prepare for Easter, you’ll want to hear Alistair Begg teach on the "Journey to the Cross." Listen today to Truth For Life!

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Journey to the Cross

In this series, Alistair Begg leads us through the dramatic events surrounding Jesus’ arrest in Gethsemane, interrogation before Pilate, crucifixion at Calvary, and resurrection from the grave. In the Apostle John’s account, we encounter Jesus in all His majesty as He calmly faces down His opponents and, ultimately, His own death on the cross. In the process, the incarnate Son of God, Messiah, and true King confronts us with His work on our behalf to offer salvation. These are credible, historical realities. Will we respond to the invitation to believe them?

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Lessons From the Dungeon (Part 4 of 4)

Life is full of both triumphs and sorrows, and it can feel as though we’re riding an emotional roller coaster. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg encourages us to trust in God’s sovereign control to attain peace and joy in any situation. More 


Lord, I Believe

When sharing the Gospel, it is possible to convey all of the facts without ever asking the most important question: “Do you believe in Jesus?” On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg reminds us not to neglect this essential step. More 


Lord, I Believe

When sharing the Gospel, it is possible to convey all of the facts without ever asking the most important question: “Do you believe in Jesus?” On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg reminds us not to neglect this essential step. More 


Lessons From the Dungeon (Part 3 of 4)

Are you prepared to die? While death is rarely a comfortable topic, we know eventually we have to face our own mortality. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg describes the importance of being ready because we never know when that day will come. More