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The Spiritual Forces of Evil, Part Two

In Daniel 10, Daniel received a devastating vision, one that reduced him to an awe-filled fear. As Alistair Begg walks us through the prophetic message, we are reminded of God’s sovereign reign over the past and future events of mankind. Conflicts on earth mimic spiritual conflicts in heavenly places, but despite the raging battles, victory is assured to those who wear the full armor of Christ.


Daniel 10:1-21
id: 3129

Your Kingdom Come, Part Two

When Daniel received the vision recorded in chapter 7, he was alarmed by the terrifying details it contained. In this message, Alistair Begg explains that this vision portrays the apex of conflict between the forces of evil and the Kingdom of God. Although the people of God will endure intense opposition in the meantime, we can be assured that Christ the King has conquered and that His Kingdom will be ours forever and ever.


Daniel 7:1-28
id: 3120

The King of Heaven, Part Two

Daniel Chapter 4 records Nebuchadnezzar’s journey from rebellion to praise, a hard path marked by humiliation. Alistair Begg explains that God does not relent in His gracious pursuit of sinners, but brings men and women face to face with His greatness so that we can appreciate our need. The wonder of the Gospel is that this God, who is completely sufficient and perfect in who He is, humbled Himself in Christ Jesus so that we can be reconciled to Him.


Daniel 4:17
id: 3106

Encore 2015

In triumphs and trials, in strength and weakness, in the smallest of details and in His eternal plan – God is always at work in and through the lives of His people. Encore 2015 collects listener favorites from the past year that provide Gospel insights from both Old and New Testaments in messages from Alistair Begg. Whatever circumstances we are facing, the messages in this series will remind us that God’s Word gives guidance for all people everywhere, calling us to develop our relationship with Him.


id: 25906

The Finger of God

In Daniel 5, another pagan king, Belshazzar, reigned over Babylon, and in the midst of a lush banquet, he was confronted by the hand of God. Despite his knowledge of God’s power and dealings with Nebudchadnezzar, Belshazzar refused to humble himself before God’s throne, and it cost him his life. Alistair Begg reminds us that there is no refuge from God except the refuge found in God. Although all stand condemned in sin, Christ offers forgiveness and protection to those who humble themselves before His goodness and power.


Daniel 5:1-31
id: 3111

Series: Faith Under Fire

Some Thoughts on Providence

It’s not unusual for men and women to ask whether there is any order and meaning in the chaotic world around us. Alistair Begg explains that the doctrine of the providence of God enables the Christian to offer a different perspective. All things are ordered by God for His glory, and because He is both powerful and good, we can find comfort and security in trusting His providence.


Running on the Gas of the Gospel

Everyone has a worldview that guides their behavior, but all philosophy without Christ is hollow. David Robertson exhorts pastors to be aware of the empty philosophies that are common today. Pastors should guard their people against the hopelessness of the world’s answers to life's biggest questions and teach the fullness that is only found in Christ.


Colossians 2:8-10
id: gs1179

Series: Basics 2015

No Place For Truth

This sermon was presented at the 2015 Ligonier National Conference in Orlando, FL.


Acts 17:16-34
id: 3076

20th Anniversary Interview

id: 3068

Seeing, Caring, Thinking, Praying

It's easy for local congregations to become comfortable and allow our outreach to neighbors and friends to wane, but our Lord demonstrated a pattern of passionate commitment to spread the good news of the kingdom of God. In this message, Alistair Begg explains what it means to take our responsibility to share the Gospel seriously. Jesus’ priorities are reflected in our lives when we see those around us clearly, care deeply, think properly, and pray fervently.


Matthew 9:35-38
id: 3006

Series: Encore 2015

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