How can a soldier fight without a weapon? And if the Christian's battle is with unseen forces of darkness, what will defeat the enemy? Today on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg analyzes the believer's armory: the Word of God and prayer.
Spiritual WarfareAmong the most often asked biblical questions are ones involving the Devil. Is the Devil real? What power does he have? When Christians deal with him are they in Spiritual danger? What resources and weapons are available for recognizing and resisting Satan’s attacks? The answers to these and other questions are addressed in a balanced, biblical way in this series of studies on Spiritual Warfare. While the Scriptures repeatedly warn against carelessness in dealing with the forces of evil, the Bible is clear as to the practical steps necessary for resisting and defeating the schemes of the Devil. If we are to follow the example of Jesus, we must learn how to put on and utilize the full armor of God, and our theology must control our practice. These studies will equip the listener to understand the biblical issues and to make the preparations necessary for victory in Spiritual Warfare.
David slayed the giant. With a stone and a slingshot, he brought down a formidable foe. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg concludes his study about this well-known showdown. Together, we’ll learn to focus on our sovereign, all-powerful God.
Have you even heard a sermon and thought, “the preacher must be talking about me”? On Truth For Life, we’ll join that first-century audience as Jesus tells us a convicting and challenging parable. Hear a story Jesus told about us on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg!
We rarely imagine Jesus losing His temper. Yet the Bible says Jesus once cursed a fruitless fig tree. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg helps us make sense of this puzzling passage of Scripture.
Jesus would often captivate His audience with an interesting parable. Then after reflecting on the story, the profound lessons would emerge. Listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg, when we ponder the lessons learned from Jesus’ seeming contempt for a fig tree.