Like wayward sheep, we’re prone to wander off and get lost. But it’s the loving mercy of Jesus that brings us back into the fold. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg talks about Christ as our Compassionate Shepherd. More
To Know ChristNo matter the time or place, Jesus Christ is bound to capture our attention. How can one man gain followers willing to die for Him while also drawing the ire of others who hate Him? One thing’s for certain: whether we worship Him or walk away from Him, it’s impossible to ignore Him. In this series of messages, Alistair Begg explores what the gospels have to say about the identity and work of Jesus. It didn’t matter if He was raising the dead or receiving a drink—Jesus used every opportunity to love others to the glory of God. When we contemplate Jesus on the cross, we see His great love for humankind and His obedience to the Father; when we consider Him seated on His throne, we see the unblemished author and finisher of our faith. Getting to know Christ better through the testimony of God’s Word will make us all the more prepared to spend our lives dedicated to pursuing God’s glory.
In Mark Chapter 5 we read of Jesus encountering a demon-possessed man. While it’s difficult to identify with this man’s plight, he serves as a vivid picture of those who live outside of Christ. Hear the relevant application on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
The Apostle Paul wrote that it only takes a little leaven to spoil the whole batch of dough. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg shows us the obvious spiritual parallel. Alistair is teaching from First Corinthians 5 about Immorality in the Church. More
When people fall into moral failure, it’s easy to point a finger at their sins without examining our own life. Join us on Truth For Life as Alistair Begg takes an honest look at the universal problem of sin. More
One of the biggest turn offs to Christianity is a “holier than thou” attitude from sanctimonious people who are hiding behind their sins. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg shows how the Bible exposes this hypocrisy, while pointing out that duplicity in the church isn’t new. More