The issues you routinely face at your church may feel unique to your generation. But actually, your concerns will likely parallel the ones Jesus cited in his letters to first-century churches. We’ll find relevant application when our series called "You’ve Got Mail" continues on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg!
- Authority of the Bible
- Christian Living
- Christian Thinking
- The Church
- False Teachers
- False Teaching
- Jesus Christ
- The Local Church
- Sufficiency of the Bible
You've Got MailEveryone loves to receive mail, especially when it’s from someone we deeply love or respect. How much more, then, would we long to know what Jesus would say in a letter to us? The truth is that He did write letters to His Church – specifically, to seven first century churches – and sent His mail through the Apostle John in the Book of Revelation. As Alistair Begg guides us through these letters, we learn that the issues addressed by the Lord Jesus 2000 years ago are timeless in their application. Churches and individual Christians today face the same challenges, and we need to hear the same words of warning and encouragement as those early believers: words that say He knows our circumstances; words that call us to reject compromise; words that promise faithfulness will be rewarded in the coming Kingdom. The risen Lord Jesus has sent the Church some mail. Are we prepared to read what He’s written?
Jesus was characterized by His compassion for the hurting. But in Mark chapter 7, we read an unusual account where He appears to take a different approach. We’re studying Jesus’ interaction with the desperate mother of a demon-possessed girl on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Jesus spent much of His ministry among the Jewish people. On Truth For Life, we’re looking at a unique story recounting Jesus' encounter with a Gentile woman seeking healing for her demon-possessed daughter. Hear how she displayed great faith on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Throughout Jesus’ earthly ministry, the Pharisees often accused Him of violating their man-made laws. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg describes how Jesus answered their accusations, explaining the difference between God’s law and human tradition. More
Sociologists have long wrestled with the question of evil — why people can be so cruel towards one another. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg gets to the heart of the matter identifying the one true source of evil and the cure for our wickedness. More