Many of us are familiar with the questions that individuals regularly bring to God. Yet how many of us are aware of the questions that God brings to individuals? In this series, Alistair Begg examines seven conversations that begin with one of God’s disarming questions. From Adam and Eve in the Garden to the rich young ruler in Judea, the Lord engages these individuals with striking accuracy and exposes their mistaken notions about him. These questions are as arresting to us today and are as able to penetrate our hearts as they were two-thousand years ago. In this study ...Mark 8:29
Our adoption into the family of God brings the unique privilege of praying for each other’s needs. In fact, Alistair Begg shows us that there is nothing more significant that we can do for our brothers and sisters in Christ than to pray for them. When we pray in faith, and in accordance with God’s promises, we can be confident that our requests will be fulfilled.1 Thessalonians 5:25-26
Among the most often asked biblical questions are ones involving the Devil. Is the Devil real? What power does he have? When Christians deal with him are they in Spiritual danger? What resources and weapons are available for recognizing and resisting Satan’s attacks? The answers to these and other questions are addressed in a balanced, biblical way in this series of studies on Spiritual Warfare. While the Scriptures repeatedly warn against carelessness in dealing with the forces of evil, the Bible is clear as to the practical steps necessary for resisting and defeating the schemes of the Devil. If ...
The health and growth of the Church depends on the hearing, reading, and expounding of God’s Word. Alistair Begg teaches us that understanding that all 66 books of the Bible are inherent, divinely inspired, and yet straightforward should encourage us and prompt our study. As we study the Bible, we must realize that our understanding is dependent upon God graciously opening our spiritual eyes to see the truth of the Gospel.1 Thessalonians 5:27-28