In the midst of painful struggles we can lose a sense of purpose. But it’s through our thorniest trials that we find the sweetness of God’s mercy. Join us as Alistair Begg shares a personal message called Sweet Fruit From a Thorny Tree. Don’t miss the next Truth For Life Weekend! More
Dangers, Toils and SnaresWhat are the purposes of suffering and trials? Why does God allow them? Those around us might tell us that suffering is pointless, that we should ignore it or rise above it, or that karma is paying us back for a wrong we have committed. The Bible, though, gives a very different answer. Scripture clearly addresses suffering—both its presence and its purpose. (After all, no one suffered more than Christ, our Savior.) Its many examples of faithful men and women who encountered various trials demonstrate God’s hand at work throughout history and for His glory. In this series, Alistair Begg address the difficulties and worries of life by turning our attention to God’s Word and His promises. We may be tempted to long for greener pastures, but amid life’s trials, God’s Word assures us that peace is found in Christ alone.
Nicodemus was a religious leader and expert in the law. When he came to Jesus asking how to inherit eternal life, he was likely genuine in his quest. But Jesus revealed that sincerity is not enough for salvation! Hear the full story on Truth For Life Weekend with Alistair Begg! More
People are constantly looking for the next new thing. But on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg reminds us that when it comes to our spiritual lives, the task is not to move beyond Scripture but to hold fast to what we’ve learned. More
Most Christians agree that it’s important to read and know the Bible. Yet many of us struggle to make a consistent habit of daily Bible study. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg calls us to get serious about our study of God’s Word. More
The book of Second Timothy was Paul’s final letter before his execution and it contains his last exhortations to his spiritual son, Timothy. As we come to the end of chapter 3, Paul urges Timothy to cling to Scripture alone. That’s our subject on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More