The last book of the Bible details an extraordinary vision that portrays the throne room of heaven and the One who sits in that place of power. Alistair Begg describes the Lamb on the Throne on Truth for Life. More
To Know ChristNo matter the time or place, Jesus Christ is bound to capture our attention. How can one man gain followers willing to die for Him while also drawing the ire of others who hate Him? One thing’s for certain: whether we worship Him or walk away from Him, it’s impossible to ignore Him. In this series of messages, Alistair Begg explores what the gospels have to say about the identity and work of Jesus. It didn’t matter if He was raising the dead or receiving a drink—Jesus used every opportunity to love others to the glory of God. When we contemplate Jesus on the cross, we see His great love for humankind and His obedience to the Father; when we consider Him seated on His throne, we see the unblemished author and finisher of our faith. Getting to know Christ better through the testimony of God’s Word will make us all the more prepared to spend our lives dedicated to pursuing God’s glory.
Some of the parables Jesus told are quite clear, but others require additional research on the context. On Truth For Life, we’ll be looking at a puzzling New Testament story Jesus told about a withering fig tree. Hear the story come alive when you listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Anyone who has worked on a jigsaw puzzle knows that it’s a tedious process to locate and position each piece into a complete picture. In a message about oneness in Christ, Alistair Begg compares people with puzzles coming together in a unified picture. Listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
In his letter to the Ephesians, Paul points out that there’s only one Spirit and one hope. So how do we accommodate a wide variety of personalities in the church today? We’re talking about diversity in the family of God and oneness in Christ on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Today’s culture could be defined as “fiercely individualistic,” meaning that people are prone to lead isolated lives. But the gospel, by definition, inspires relationships among a diversity of people, under the banner of one, united standard. That’s our subject on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More