For many, the hope of eternal life lies in how well they have lived. The Gospel of Mark’s account of the rich young ruler presents us with a man who strictly observed the law, yet was still not sure of his salvation. Alistair Begg explains how this man’s exchange with Jesus challenges our view of the law, showing us that we do not have the capacity to live good lives. Our hope for eternal life, we must realize, rests not in a life well lived, but in Jesus Christ alone.
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