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A Shining Cameo

This was presented on 6/19/15 at the Cancer Support Dinner at Parkside Church.

Jeremiah 38:1-28
id: 3093

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

The Good Deposit

In his last letter to his protege, the Apostle Paul instructed Timothy to guard the "good deposit" of the Gospel message. Alistair Begg explains that the challenges and encouragements they faced are not unlike those faced by Christian leaders today. In the midst of pressure to conform to a secular culture and opposition from some who should be friends, there will also be loving support from believers who remain faithful and active in supporting Gospel ministry.


Jesus - Servant King

In this short meditation in John 13 we hear about an example of humility... and its genuine expression in the lives of those who belong to Christ.

John 13:1-38
id: 2886

The Use and Abuse of Words

Our word choices can cause strife and dissension, or they can encourage, nourish, and help the hearers. Alistair Begg encourages us to consider how our words can harm or help others and how we may use words to hide.

James 3:1-12
id: 2924

Series: Encore 2014


Have Mercy

This message was preached at the 2013 Ligonier Conference in Orlando, FL on 2/22/13.


id: 2941

A Heart of Compassion

This is from the 2001 Moody Founder's Week in Chicago, IL.

Jeremiah 38:1-13
id: 2935

Let Us Love One Another

How can we know that we have eternal life? What does it look like when we truly love God? In this study from 1 John 4, Alistair Begg shows us that our belief in God, our obedience to His Word, and our love for one another make our invisible God visible and provides us with assurance that we truly belong to Him.

1 John 4:7-12
id: 1139


True Friendship

What are the hallmarks of true friendship? How do we select close, personal relationships that strengthen our devotion to God as opposed to relationships that cause our devotion to falter? Alistair Begg navigates us through the Biblical characteristics of a true friend. Loyalty, honesty, consistency and sensitivity are all essential elements in true friendship and are all embodied in the person of Jesus Christ.

Series: Lessons For Life, Volume 1


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