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A Surprising Punch Line

In the end, the pleasures of this life mock us because they are fleeting. The writer of Ecclesiastes knew this and concluded that our relationship with God is what brings true and eternal meaning. Alistair Begg ends his study in Ecclesiastes by showing us that the most significant decision in life is to fear God by believing in Christ. This enables us to obey His commandments so that we can become useful servants of His kingdom.

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Series: Chasing The Wind


False Teachers Among You, Part Two

When Peter wrote about the false teachers of his day, he used vivid language that may seem to us to be too strong. As Alistair Begg explains, we can best understand this passage in the context of Peter’s role as shepherd protecting the flock of God under his leadership, much like parents protect their children from harm. Believers today must be on guard against error, choosing God’s ways over false promises of “knowledge” that is darkness and “freedom” that is slavery.

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2 Peter 2:10-22
id: 2310

Series: Growing In Grace


Remember Your Creator

When we are young, it is easy to allow the excitements of life to obscure the contemplation of our own brevity. In wisdom, the writer of Ecclesiastes addresses the need to reflect on this reality, so that we will remember our Creator while we still have time. Alistair Begg reminds us that tomorrow is not certain and urges us that now is the accepted time to pursue a right relationship with God.

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Series: Chasing The Wind