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Learning How to Worship-An Intro

God is very concerned that we worship Him alone and that we worship Him correctly. We learn from Alistair Begg that our worship needs to be biblical, rational, and spiritual. In order to worship in this way, we must first be made alive by His Spirit and then assisted by God’s Spirit as we bring honor to Him through worship.

Series: What Is True Worship?

Practicing Patience

Since God has shown us a tremendous amount of patience, shouldn’t we be willing to show patience to those around us? This is often hard, especially in a society that is growing more and more hostile to the commands of God’s Word. Our first instinct is to challenge those who disregard the things of God, often in a cold and condemning way. Alistair Begg exhorts us to lay aside our impatient impulses and show the same kindness that Christ showed to poor, weak, and needy sinners.

Series: Belief And Behavior, Volume 3

Cultivating Kindness

Genuine Christian kindness is not passive, or simply not doing people any harm. Alistair Begg reminds us that instead, genuine Christian kindness is shown in extravagant gestures of self-sacrifice toward all men, including those who are not particularly attractive in our sight. When this kind of love is demonstrated, it often softens hearts to receive the gospel with gladness.

Series: Belief And Behavior, Volume 3

Learning to Live in Peace

The effectiveness of the local church depends on how well God’s people get along with each other. Alistair Begg reminds us that the local church is comprised of a wide spectrum of individuals: some may be weak and others strong, and some may be timid and others bold. The harmony in spite of these differences testifies to the Divine nature of the Church as we help and encourage one another.

Series: Belief And Behavior, Volume 3

Staying on Track

Galatians 6:1-10
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Learning to Respect Our Leadership

Like the authority structure God has established for the home, God has designed a leadership structure in the local church. A proper understanding of God’s design brings harmony to the way the church operates and ensures that the children of God remain on the path of righteousness. In this sermon, Alistair Begg exhorts those under leadership to esteem their leaders highly because of their work.

Series: Belief And Behavior, Volume 3

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