The first step in finding freedom in Christ is acknowledging where we've gone wrong, repenting and asking for forgiveness. But the Christian life doesn't stop there. The next step comes soon after: we're to forgive others! Listen as Alistair Begg describes God's mercy in and through us on Truth For Life! More
When You Pray, SayMartin Luther referred to the Lord’s Prayer as "the greatest martyr on earth," because it was used, he said, so frequently without thought or feeling and without reverence or faith. In our Christian lives, nothing is more important, and nothing more difficult to establish and maintain, than a meaningful prayer life. Although we can find time to do just about everything else; good things, industrious things, ministry things, it seems that when we get to the issue of prayer, everything works against us. When we look at the Lord’s Prayer, we realize that there is much instruction contained in it. We shouldn’t think of it as something that is simply liturgical. Rather, we ought to consider it a realistic help to us in establishing our own prayer lives. As Christians we must be committed to seeing prayer become a central part of our daily walk with Christ. Prayer shouldn’t be supplemental - it should be fundamental. In this series Alistair Begg explores what it means to use the Lord’s Prayer purposefully, seeking to understand then apply the principles it teaches.
In life, it’s easy to get so focused on details that we lose sight of the bigger picture. And on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg reveals that the disciples had this problem when it came to Jesus’ earthly mission. More
When Jesus returned to Heaven, He didn’t just slip away in secret. He gathered His followers on a mountain, and rose into the sky. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg explains why this dramatic moment matters in our lives today. More
When most of us explain the Gospel, we focus on Jesus’ death and resurrection. We don’t think of His ascension as a critical part of the story. But on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg explains that without the ascension, we can misunderstand God’s plan for mankind. More