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The Time of the End

The Book of Daniel reminds us that the God who has delivered His people will continue to deliver from opposition and persecution. In this message from Daniel 11, Alistair Begg explains that the evil that is ultimately embodied in the antichrist is foreshadowed by the rebellion of people throughout history who set themselves in opposition to God’s rule and reign. In all of this, however, God is unchanging. He will overcome everyone who opposes Him and fulfill all of the promises that He has made to His people in Christ the King.

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Daniel 11:36-45
id: 3132

Your Kingdom Come, Part One

The 7th Chapter of Daniel covers all of human history - from the prophet's own day through the ultimate triumph of God's Kingdom. In this message, Alistair Begg focuses on Daniel's vision of the throne room of the Ancient of Days as the beast is destroyed and the Son of Man appears. It is in relationship to God's Kingdom that our lives find their ultimate meaning as we believe and obey the Gospel.

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Daniel 7:1-28
id: 3119

The Crown of Righteousness

What future do we expect after death? Nearing the end of his life and the end of his final epistle, the Apostle Paul wrote with certainty about the future he expected. Alistair Begg explores the principles in 2 Timothy 4:8 in this message, explaining how Paul’s faith in Jesus as righteous Judge and Savior led to his hope of an eternal reward: a crown of righteousness that is secured for all who long for Christ’s return.

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2 Timothy 4:8
id: 3089

The Message and the Multitude

One of the most memorable and inspiring scenes in the Bible is the "great multitude that no one could number" in Revelation 7. Looking more deeply at this passage, Alistair Begg explains the relationship between these worshippers gathered before God's throne and the Church's mission to take the Gospel to the whole world.

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Behold Your King is Coming To You

The Advent season season encourages us not only to reflect on Christ's coming, but to look forward to his return. In this study of Jesus' entry into Jerusalem before the Passover, we learn to anticipate his triumphant return as king and judge.

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Matthew 21:1-13
id: 2914

A Wake-Up Call!

At the end of Mark 13, Jesus tells His disciples that no one knows when His return will be - even He does not know! What then is the purpose of prophecy in the Bible? Knowing that our Lord will certainly return, but not knowing when, motivates us to obey His command, "Stay awake."

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Mark 13:24-37
id: 2901

Series: Stories of the Kingdom


The Coming of the Son of Man

In Mark 13 Jesus answered the disciples’ questions about the end of time. When the Son of Man returns, all that is wrong will be made right, and justice will be perfectly served. Alistair Begg assures us that we can have absolute confidence in God because His Word and the Gospel of Jesus Christ will endure and remain unchanged.

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Mark 13:24-31
id: 2899

Series: Stories of the Kingdom


Be On Guard!

When we consider prophetic passages like Mark 13, it helps to look at large principles instead of zooming in on details. We cannot fully understand God's providence in our daily lives: how much less can we understand His cosmic purposes? The Lord Jesus takes the correct approach by focusing on principles like "God reigns," "Be watchful," and "Have peace."

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Mark 13:14-23
id: 2898

Series: The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 6


Signs of the End

Most of the time, when the topic is "the end of the world," you hear a lot of speculation about dates and events and meanings. Mark 13 shows us a stiking difference in the way Jesus approached this subject. Instead of speculating about dates, the Lord provided His followers with practical instruction - actions and attitudes that will equip us to face the future He has planned.

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Mark 13:5-13
id: 2893

Series: The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 6


A Question For Jesus

As they leave the Temple in Mark 13, the disciples are impressed by its grandeur. Jesus uses this opportunity and challenges them not to get sidetracked with structures of religion - no matter how grand, they will end someday. The focus of our worship is eternal: Jesus Himself.

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Mark 13:1
id: 2892

Series: The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 6

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