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The Worst Sinner of Them All (Part 1 of 2)

The Worst Sinner of Them All (Part 1 of 2)

If you were to make a list of wicked people it’s unlikely you’d put an apostle on your top ten. But according to Paul, he was The Worse Sinner of Them All! What does that say about God’s love and grace? Listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More 

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Household of Faith, Volume 1

For many, the Church is merely a gathering of people participating in religious activities. But the Bible makes clear that what God desires is a relationship with His children. When individuals grasp the immensity of God’s grace and respond in faith, they are born again by His Spirit and are incorporated into the Household of Faith. In this series, Alistair Begg explores the first five chapters of 1Timothy, noting how keen Paul was to ensure that Timothy fulfilled his duties with moral integrity and Biblical authority. Recognizing that godly leadership was vital for the progress of the Church, Paul warned Timothy of false teachers and provided instructions for the proper conduct of God’s people in God’s household. When Christians have a proper sense of God and refuse to compromise, our lives will reflect Him, our service will glorify Him, our worship will please Him, and generations to come will be grounded in His Truth.
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Household of Faith, Volume 2

Since the early days of Christianity, false teachers have sought to water down the Gospel and use it for their own glory and financial gain. While money and wealth are not necessarily evil, they can become idols, distracting our focus from God, granting a false sense of security, and inclining us to the appeal of false teaching. In Volume 2 of the Household of Faith series, Alistair Begg completes the study of 1 Timothy, addressing the various responsibilities and risks of church leadership. He notes that great care and wisdom must be exercised in the choosing of leaders because they can either establish a pattern of spiritual maturity in the congregation or contribute to the downfall of the church. Central to the preservation of the Church is the necessity to maintain the purity of the Gospel and pass it on to future generations. Christian maturity and contentment come as we trust God’s providence and provision, understanding that it is by God’s grace and enabling that we enter into the Household of Faith.

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Learning to Respect Our Leadership (Part 2 of 2)

By God’s design, the local church is comprised of leaders and followers. To achieve harmony, both parties must be faithful to God’s plan. Anything less will create discord. Be sure to listen when we look at Paul’s admonition to the Thessalonian believers on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More 


Learning to Respect Our Leadership (Part 1 of 2)

Just as God has established an authority structure for the home, He’s also designed a leadership structure in the local church. It includes cooperation from both leaders and members. Listen to learn how God’s design can bring harmony in your church on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More 


The Coming of the Lord (Part 6 of 6)

Two-thousand years ago, Jesus promised He would return to Earth. And living with the certainty of His second coming should make a difference in the way we live today. Listen to Truth For Life as Alistair Begg teaches about what to do while we wait. More 


The Coming of the Lord (Part 5 of 6)

The return of Jesus piques our curiosity and raises many thought-provoking questions. But on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg explains that we shouldn’t make those questions our primary focus. Instead, we should stay alert and encourage others in light of Christ’s return. More