Alistair Begg Reflects on the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

    Dear Friend,

    This month marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. This theological revolution is largely ignored and forgotten, not just in our secular culture, but more tragically in an increasingly confused and compromised Church.

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    'The Art of Parenting' Video Playlist By Alistair Begg

    Being a parent can be a great reward . . . and a great challenge! In a compilation of 20 short videos, Alistair Begg shares wise counsel on a variety of topics pertaining to parenting, including why discipline matters, the importance of praying for our children, how to raise God-honoring children, and much more. Gain a wealth of practical insights that you can readily apply in your home.

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    Alistair Begg Reflects on His Recent Travels

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    “All One in Christ Jesus” is the tagline of the Keswick Convention. Begun over 140 years ago by a small group of clergymen who were keen to encourage one another in the “quiet” days of summer, it has grown into a three-week event involving thousands of attendees from the UK and the rest of the world.

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    Alistair Begg reminds us of the importance of reading our Bible

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    In 1966, the American Bible Society published a new translation of the Bible called Today’s English Version. My copy is identified on the spine as The Good News Bible. The paperback New Testaments were marketed as “Good News for Modern Man.” In our current climate of political correctness, that title doesn’t fly. In these matters, I am distinctly and happily old-fashioned. It is perfectly fine for me to read the Bible—no adjectives required. Someone might be forgiven for assuming that if it is the “Good News” Bible, perhaps there is another version bearing different news—maybe bad news!

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    Alistair Begg Reflects on Turning 65

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    “O God, from my youth you have taught me, and I still proclaim your wondrous deeds.” – Psalm 71:17

    They say, “you’re only as old as you feel.” In truth, we are as old as the calendar declares. I have been pondering this matter since turning 65 in May. It’s the recollection of the “penny ticket” that has set me thinking in this way.

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    Alistair Begg on God's Faithfulness

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    The words to the poem “Great Is Thy Faithfulness” written by Thomas O. Chisholm back in 1923 were so moving that the musician who gave them melody prayed earnestly that he might pen a tune worthy of the lyric. His prayer was answered! Today, “Great Is Thy Faithfulness” is sung in churches around the world and is a hymn you likely know well.

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    Alistair Begg Asks Us Where Do We Find Joy Today

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    “But the righteous shall be glad; they shall exult before God; they shall be jubilant with joy!”
    – Psalm 68:3

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    A Travesty of Justice

    In the annals of history, there surely has never been a greater travesty of justice than that which is described in the 18th chapter of the Gospel of John.

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    Alistair Begg reminds us of the Fruit of the Spirit

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    “The Christian does not think God will love us because we are good, but that God will make us good because He loves us.” – C.S. Lewis

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    Alistair Begg Discusses the Seasons of Life

    Dear Friend,

    One of the benefits of living in Cleveland is being able to enjoy the seasons. Some days I feel envious of those who are in short sleeves while I’m adding another layer. Today the ground is blanketed in snow. There is hardly a hint of green and even the birds seem to be singing in a minor key. But beneath the surface there is life, unseen but real and growing. In a matter of a few weeks, it will be apparent as we enjoy the beauty of spring.

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