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That's What Friends Are

While on house arrest in Rome, Paul was cared for by two friends, Timothy and Epaphroditus, brothers in Christ who displayed the characteristics that Christian servants today should strive to emulate. They were available to serve the Lord by serving others with humility. They were sensitive to the Spirit and the Word of God and demonstrated a genuine interest in the well-being of others above selfish interests. Timothy and Epaphroditus were reliable and followed through with their commitments.


Series: Encore 2013

Guarding the Gospel

Paul entreated Timothy to guard the Gospel and avoid engaging in pointless debates over the various details of false teaching. Alistair Begg notes that we will not be able to guard the Gospel and discern false teaching unless we know the Gospel. If the Gospel is to be carried forward by future generations, we must learn to avoid rabbit-trail discussions that distract us from Christ and His work.


Series: Household of Faith, Volume 2

Money Talk

Is it sinful to be rich? Are Christians expected to live monastic lives and denounce the wealthy? Alistair Begg explains that there is no sin in wealth that is honestly gained and wisely managed. Although wealth ultimately comes from God, the rich face peculiar dangers and shoulder significant responsibilities as well.


Series: Household of Faith, Volume 2

An Encounter with Christ

In Luke 18, we are told about a blind man determined to seek out Jesus so that his sight could be restored. In this story, we discover that the physical healing Jesus performed on the blind man was symbolic of our spiritual helplessness. We are in need of Christ’s divine power to open our spiritually blind eyes. Whoever comes to Christ aware of their sin and calls out to Him for mercy will be saved.


Luke 18:35-43
id: 2008

Series: More Jars Of Clay

Glory to God

Some passages of the Bible extol God's character, and it can be tempting to rush through these sections in search of more practical aspects. However, Alistair Begg suggests that taking time to consider the attributes of God is how we maintain a proper perspective of Him and ourselves. Careful consideration of how powerful, perfect, and praiseworthy God is will change our thinking, our actions, and our experience of security.


Series: Household of Faith, Volume 2

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