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To the Praise of His Glory

An inheritance is something of value that is promised to members of a family. Writing to the Ephesians, Paul explained that in Christ, both Jews and Gentiles have obtained an inheritance of eternal life in God's family, fulfilling the Lord's plan for unity. Alistair Begg helps us understand how being in Christ affects a believer's daily life as the Holy Spirit leads and strengthens us to live, not for ourselves, but for the glory of God.

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The Riches of His Grace, Part One

How do we come to know God? Though some may seek him within themselves or outside in the natural world, the Bible teaches that we can only come to God through his provision in Christ. In this message from Ephesians 1, Alistair Begg explains the redemption that Jesus accomplished for us by his sacrifice. As we recognize that we cannot redeem ourselves, the riches of God's grace draw our hearts to trust in what Christ has done.

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Ephesians 1:7-10
id: 3140

The Riches of His Grace, Part Two

The Apostle Paul, gripped by the wonder of God’s love, wrote to the Ephesians about the spiritual riches lavished on those who are in Christ. Alistair Begg explores how the wisdom and insight granted to believers help to reveal the mystery of God’s will. When we perceive the affairs of time through an eternal perspective, we have a beautiful story to share with a lost and dying world.

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Ephesians 1:7-10
id: 3141

A Verse for the Year

Where should a Christian turn for the strength to participate in advancing God’s Kingdom today? Alistair Begg explores a familiar verse from the prophet Zechariah to show that only God’s Spirit can empower us to fulfill His purposes. As believers turn toward God and away from earthly concerns, we must be willing to be countercultural for the sake of His kingdom.

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Zechariah 4:6
id: 3137

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.

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Daniel 10:1-21
id: 3129

Good News, Great Joy

What is the purpose behind the celebration of Christmas? For those who are in Christ, its meaning rests solely on the birth of Jesus. Based on his own careful investigation, Luke’s account of the birth of Christ is more than a heartwarming story – it is true, and it is life-changing. It is good news, and it brings great joy to a world darkened by sin.

In these sermons Alistair Begg draws our attention to the truth of the nativity story. This story, in some ways simple and in others so profound, is at the heart of understanding ... More 

Luke 2
id: 27401

Daniel's Prayer

When Daniel prayed for his people he focused on God's holiness, recognizing Israel's sin. In this message, Alistair Begg explains that a proper understanding of God's righteous character will result in true repentance on our part, both as individuals and corporately in the local church. As we mourn over our sin and failings, our attention is drawn to God's provision for sin in the Gospel and we rejoice in the salvation available to us in Jesus Christ.

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Daniel 9:1-19
id: 3126

Gabriel and the 70 Weeks

The vision recorded in Daniel 9 was given to Daniel for wisdom, encouragement, and understanding. Although interpretation of these challenging verses differs, Alistair Begg offers helpful clarification: what God has purposed, He will accomplish, and, ultimately, Scripture points to Christ. The One who has ascended will come again in great power, and as we have believed, so we must tell others.

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Daniel 9:20-27
id: 3127

Alive In Christ, Volume 3

The challenge for today’s churches to remain rooted in the truth of the Gospel is not new. In fact, the church in Colossae during the days of the Apostle Paul was influenced by many worldly falsehoods, including superstition, mythology and even simple error in doctrinal translation. In his letter to the Colossians, Paul imposes two key messages which are as applicable today as they were then. First, he re-confirms that all things were created and hold together through Jesus Christ and that we must walk with Him and hold steadfast to our faith in His saving power. Paul then provides ... More 


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Alive In Christ, Volume 2

The challenge for today’s churches to remain rooted in the truth of the Gospel is not new. In fact, the church in Colossae during the days of the Apostle Paul was influenced by many worldly falsehoods, including superstition, mythology and even simple error in doctrinal translation. In his letter to the Colossians, Paul imposes two key messages which are as applicable today as they were then. First, he re-confirms that all things were created and hold together through Jesus Christ and that we must walk with Him and hold steadfast to our faith in His saving power. Paul then provides ... More 


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