Ever been overwhelmed by opposition? A circumstance so dire that you stay up nights worrying about what to do? Well, according to God’s Word the first order of business is to admit weakness. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg explains this counter- intuitive process.
The Strength of WeaknessWhen challenging circumstances reveal our weaknesses, it can be tempting to despair. To help us battle discouragement—especially in the face of prolonged trials—Scripture teaches us to view our situations from God’s perspective. When we seek the Lord in prayer and call to mind His faithfulness and promises, we are reminded that He is able to work all things for His glory and our good. In this series, Alistair Begg explores the lives of several biblical figures who learned that it was actually their limitations that made them most useful in God’s service. As men like Paul, Gideon, and David discovered, honestly recognizing our weaknesses enables us to proclaim the sufficiency of God’s grace and boast in His strength alone. We must not be sidelined by our frailties, knowing that the Lord often calls the least likely individuals to defend His name and minister to His people.
Most everyone has heard of the wise men in the Christmas narrative. However, much of what we know about them is actually based on tradition rather than Scripture. Discover what the Bible actually teaches about these mysterious figures on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg. More
Family is a gift from God and is meant to be enjoyed. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg explains that even good gifts can become idols if they overtake our focus on eternal things. More
Parents spend a significant amount of time thinking about their children’s physical well-being. This is a good thing! However, on Truth For Life Alistair Begg reminds us that our top priority should be our concern for the entire family’s spiritual health. More
Almost everyone understands the concept of forgiveness. While it is easy to talk about forgiveness, it is much harder to put it into practice. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg describes the only source of genuine forgiveness as he studies the life of Joseph. More