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Salvation's Song

Through the writings of the Old and New Testaments we discover that Jesus Christ has clearly fulfilled the prophecies of Salvation and God’s Kingdom. As we continue Mark’s gospel, we learn that the Holy Spirit reveals this fact to the priest, Simeon, when he meets the infant Jesus.


Luke 2:25-35
id: 2720

Series: Songs for a Savior

Zechariah’s Song

Sometimes we cannot understand the present unless we understand what came before, and a knowledge of Old Testament history and Scriptures will greatly help us to understand Christ’s redeeming work. At the birth of John the Baptist, his father Zechariah praised God in a song filled with Jewish historical references, and in this message Alistair Begg shows how each one points forward to the coming of Jesus.


Luke 1:67-75
id: 2719

Series: Encore 2015

Mindful, Mighty, Merciful

When an angel told Mary that she would bear a son, she responded with a song of joy and worship. This song, recorded for us in Luke’s gospel, is traditionally referred to as the “Magnificat” because its words magnify and praise the God Whom Mary trusted and obeyed. Alistair Begg leads us through this description of God’s character: His care for us, His power, and His mercy.


Luke 1:46-56
id: 2718

Series: Encore 2015

You Are Not Your Own

In today’s culture, God’s laws regarding sexual purity are often violated. Why are these commands so important for Christians to observe? Alistair Begg teaches us that those who have Christ as their Lord have been purchased by God and Christ dwells in them. As Christians, we belong to God, live under his rule, and our supreme goal should be to please Him.


Christians Grieve Too

Facing confusion in the Thessalonian church about the nature of death and the certainty of Christ’s return, the Apostle Paul counseled the young believers to hold fast to their hope even while grieving. Alistair Begg teaches that while Christians do grieve, we do so with hope. The Christian’s trust in the return of Jesus testifies to the watching world of the hope that we have.


Series: Belief And Behavior, Volume 2

Good News, Bad News

Committing to follow Jesus is not a guarantee of an easy, trouble-free life. On the contrary, believers are to expect unjust suffering and be prepared to respond rightly. Alistair Begg demonstrates from Genesis 40 that the godly response is not to give up or seek revenge, but to trust God and care for others, even in the midst of personal struggles.


Genesis 40:1-23
id: 1859

Series: My Times Are In Your Hands