What is the public duty of the Christian? In Paul’s brief letter to Titus, we are reminded that God declares His children good, and His transforming power enables us to act accordingly. Alistair Begg reminds listeners that Christians should be marked by goodness. Although there are some whose verbal professions conflict with their conduct, we are called to be submissive to authority, to be in community with others, and to be courteous to all people.Read More →

What is the public duty of the Christian? In Paul’s brief letter to Titus, we are reminded that God declares His children good, and His transforming power enables us to act accordingly. Alistair Begg reminds listeners that Christians should be marked by goodness. Although there are some whose verbal professions conflict with their conduct, we are called to be submissive to authority, to be in community with others, and to be courteous to all people.Read More →

What would you tell a young Christian about how to live? The Apostle Paul tells Timothy what to do in 2 Timothy 3. Using this passage and texts from Isaiah, Philippians, and Hebrews, Alistair Begg reminds us that we should strive to live a humble life, focused on God’s glory and trusting God’s grace. When we choose to seek God’s glory over our own, we will know that we have begun to live according to the pattern of Scripture.Read More →

What would you tell a young Christian about how to live? The Apostle Paul tells Timothy what to do in 2 Timothy 3. Using this passage and texts from Isaiah, Philippians, and Hebrews, Alistair Begg reminds us that we should strive to live a humble life, focused on God’s glory and trusting God’s grace. When we choose to seek God’s glory over our own, we will know that we have begun to live according to the pattern of Scripture.Read More →

Our culture likes to celebrate and exalt those with wisdom, strength, or money. In contrast, Scripture leads us to exalt God. In this sermon, Alistair Begg reminds us that any boasting we do should not be about ourselves, but about our Lord. As we look at what God has done for us, our hearts should swell with gratefulness and our mouths should open in praise to Him.Read More →

Reliance on Christ is crucial in the life of a Christian, yet we like to depend on our own abilities instead. In this sermon Alistair Begg asks us to contrast our modern view of self-reliance with the truths of Scripture. When we face our inadequacies and admit our absolute need of God’s help, we display His glory to those around us.Read More →

Reliance on Christ is crucial in the life of a Christian, yet we like to depend on our own abilities instead. In this sermon Alistair Begg asks us to contrast our modern view of self-reliance with the truths of Scripture. When we face our inadequacies and admit our absolute need of God’s help, we display His glory to those around us.Read More →

Scripture often tells the story of a memorial being set up to commemorate a certain event or a work of God. Alistair Begg challenges us to consider our need for memorials in our own lives, both for our benefit and for the benefit of those who come behind us. We have been created to bring God glory and find our joy in Him, clinging to the Word of God as the source of real wisdom and viewing ourselves with humility in light of the greatness of God.Read More →