Today’s culture could be defined as “fiercely individualistic,” meaning that people are prone to lead isolated lives. But the gospel, by definition, inspires relationships among a diversity of people, under the banner of one, united standard. That’s our subject on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
OneOne: A Call to Unity in Christ. It’s human nature to draw together with others like us—seeking, for example, the company of those who share a similar background or support a common cause. The unity among God’s people is significantly different from these natural human relationships. Here, the young and old, the rich and poor, those from all races and nationalities across time join together to form His Church. In this series, Alistair Begg examines the foundation for this remarkable Christian unity as set forth by the Apostle Paul in Ephesians 4. We learn that believers are united into one body not by culture or external similarities, but only through the redeeming work of the Lord Jesus and the indwelling Holy Spirit. As we heed God’s call to walk in these truths, He inspires and enables us to maintain unity with all who are in Christ.
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