In contrast to those whose lifestyle undermines their profession of faith, the Apostle John wrote of a man named Demetrius, who lived out the Gospel of Christ. Within the framework of the good news of the Gospel, Alistair Begg reminds us that good deeds are an expression of the Gospel at work. Friendship with Christ brings the blessing of peace as He leads us to walk in truth.
Walking In The Truth
The notion that there is objective, verifiable, fixed, universal, and defined truth is obsolete today, and the very idea of anything “absolute” is under attack. This opposition to truth is not new, for in every generation when the truth of Jesus Christ is declared and proclaimed, the evil one works to undermine it and sow seeds of confusion. In the books of 2 & 3 John, the Apostle John warned the first century Church— and all believers — about these dangers. John’s concern, shared by every shepherd since, was to see his spiritual children not only acknowledge the truth of the Gospel, but to walk in obedience to that truth.
In this series, Alistair Begg challenges us to avoid a counterfeit Christianity as we prioritize and defend the truth of the Gospel. A genuine Christian walk will be marked by the integrity, humility, and generosity of a life lived in response to God’s love and grace.