We have a tendency to focus on the provision rather than the Provider. Alistair Begg encourages us to see past the gifts and to focus on the Giver Himself. Hear the conclusion to the series My Times are in Your Hands on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg.
- Christian Thinking
- Dependence on God
- Preaching Christ from the Old Testament
- Sovereignty of God
My Times Are In Your HandsA great disservice has been done to the cause of Christ by those who have tended to suggest that Christianity is all brightness and laughter. Such a perspective is neither true to the biblical record, nor to the human experience. The joy of which the Bible speaks is not found in isolation from the rigors of life. James encourages us to "count it all joy" when we face trials of various kinds. The studies contained in this album make it very clear that Christians grieve, too. They, also, seek to provide a biblical framework for dealing with affliction, trial, and disappointment. Underpinning it all is the doctrine of God’s providence, which affords the believer the opportunity to rest in the awareness that our times are in His hands. This album may well prove to be a great help to friends and neighbors who are trying to make sense of some of life’s storms.
The world applauds men and women for their strengths and scorns their weaknesses. But God judges His servants by a different metric. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg calls us to a countercultural mindset. More
When learning to preach, there can be no better example to follow than that of Jesus Himself. As we continue our series called, "The Pastor’s Study, Volume 3," Alistair Begg describes what pastors can learn from Jesus’ earthly ministry and teaching. Listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
When someone is cured of a lifelong illness or disability, the typical response is to celebrate! But that wasn’t how the Pharisees responded when Jesus healed a blind man. Discover why the Pharisees were offended by this miracle when you listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More