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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

Introducing Ephesians

In writing to the Ephesians, Paul communicated core gospel truths that are of vital importance to believers: that our actions are founded on what God has done for us; that our home is both in this world and in the heavenly realm; that we are set apart for God by Christ's righteousness; and that God's grace brings us peace that transcends all barriers. In this message, Alistair Begg provides an overview of Ephesians and encourages us to let its essential truths impact our lives so that we "become what we are" in Christ.

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Chosen in Him

Throughout the Bible, God’s initiating role is displayed. Teaching from the first chapter of Ephesians, Alistair Begg explores basic principles of what it means to come to faith in Christ and the role of election in that process. When we recognize that we are who we are because God set His affection on us before the dawn of time, our hearts bow down in wonder at His mercy and grace.

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Ephesians 1:3-6
id: 3139

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

Why Did Jesus Come?

Why did Jesus come to earth? In this Christmas message, Alistair Begg shares three reasons that the Bible provides for why Christ came. Because all people are stuck in our sinful nature with no way to save ourselves, Jesus was sent by God from heaven to be the Savior of the world. The birth of the Messiah is good news for all people because it points ultimately to the hope we can have because of His death and resurrection.

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Luke 4:14-30
id: 3135

How Long 'Til The End?

In Daniel’s final vision, the question is posed, “How long until the end?” Alistair Begg explains that the response to this question is marked by gravity, mystery, and certainty and highlights what we can know with clarity – that the people of God will endure to the end. Just as Daniel did not understand all that this prophecy means, we will not be able to fully comprehend it until it is fulfilled. We are called to carry on for God’s glory, aware of our mortality and clinging to the promise of rising in Him.

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Daniel 12:5-13
id: 3134

The Climax of History

Though Daniel penned his words long ago, they are still meant to teach us today. The vision recorded in Daniel Chapter 12 describes the end times so that God's people will not be taken by surprise. Alistair Begg explains that these days will be marked by fearful tribulation, final separation, and futile investigation. We can take heart in knowing that the God who redeems His people will be faithful to preserve them through trials and to bring them into the everlasting life that He has promised in His Son.

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Daniel 12:1-4
id: 3133

Kingdoms Rise and Wane

Daniel Chapter 11 records a message from God that Daniel received to help him and the returning exiles remember God’s faithfulness in the midst of their difficulty. As Alistair Begg dives into this challenging chapter, he emphasizes that that we need not be ashamed when we fail to understand difficult portions of God's Word. While we may not comprehend every verse, this prophecy reminds us that even as the empires of earth rise and fall, God is forever on His throne, and He is our only comfort in life and in death.

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Daniel 11:1-35
id: 3131
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