The word “love” can describe our feelings about everything from food to family but the Apostle Paul identifies something far more specific when he talks about love. Listen to a new series called Love in the Local Church on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Love in the Local ChurchHere we have one of the most familiar chapters in the New Testament. It appears so frequently on wedding bulletins, we may be tempted to believe it was penned for that purpose. It is only when we read it in the context of the surrounding chapters that we can understand and apply it correctly. The apostle was addressing a church that was vibrant but chaotic. As they tried to cover their division and confusion by an over-emphasis on the spectacular gifts, Paul shows them a better way. This chapter presents a particular challenge to any outwardly successful church because its preoccupations may not be the same as God’s priorities.
We don’t normally think of negativity as a good thing. But on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg explains the importance of knowing how and when to declare a firm, “no” in order to say “yes” to God’s will. More
Saying “no” to the wrong things in life is as important as saying “yes” to the right things. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg reveals how Nehemiah honored God by rejecting privilege, pride, and every distraction from God’s work. More
No matter how strong the outer defenses are, any organization can be brought down by internal corruption. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg explains how Nehemiah responded to the inside threat that faced Jerusalem as they rebuilt their city’s wall. More
The people of Jerusalem were rebuilding their wall under Nehemiah’s direction, and they successfully deterred the external threat of antagonistic neighbors. But on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg, we’ll hear how they faced an internal threat of corruption and exploitation. More