True Christian Living is Rooted in Sound Doctrine

    Biblical theology. Sound doctrine. All right living begins with such right thinking.

    Our study of Christian doctrine helps us better understand the God we worship, the depth of Christ’s love and atoning work on the cross, and the work of the Spirit in our everyday lives. In many ways, biblical theology forms the foundation of the Christian life.

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    Understanding Christian Doctrine in "The Christian Life" by Sinclair Ferguson

    Covering key biblical themes such as grace, faith, repentance, new birth, and assurance, Sinclair Ferguson’s wisdom-packed book The Christian Life provides a clear understanding of what Christian doctrine is, how to explain it to others, and how to live it out in our own lives. “Christian doctrines,” he writes, “show us the God we worship and illuminate our understanding of His Son’s love and His Spirit’s work.”

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    Download (Free) - "Belief and Behavior" - A Study in the Book of 1 Thessalonians

    The Thessalonian church held a tender place in the heart of the Apostle Paul. In this expositional study of Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians, we see a paradigm for pastoral ministry, emphasizing the life-changing content of the Gospel and the concerns of Paul’s heart for the healthy spiritual growth of the individuals that make up the church body. Alistair Begg teaches from this rich resource to help us develop an understanding of the dynamics of the Christian life, both in what we believe and how we are to behave.

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    Conquer the Emotion that Robs Us of Joy — Anger

    There's something ugly buried deep in our hearts. Left undisturbed, this invader will slowly, steadily destroy us. Irritate it with day-to-day annoyances like traffic jams and spilled coffee—or further still with something that may disrupt an entire life—and destruction is imminent.

    The unwelcome guest? Anger.

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    Sermons on Heaven and Hell


    Are heaven and hell real? What will heaven be like? What will the Day of Judgement look like? Download or listen to sermons by Alistair Begg about heaven, hell and the day of God's judgement.

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    Is There an Antidote for Anger?

    The Bible warns about anger and even prescribes an antidote, but this undesirable emotion is great at disguising itself—and left unchecked, it will destroy relationships.

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    The Bible's Priorities for Godly Fathers

    Men are often masters of delegation. Give them a task, and they can quickly assign just the right person to do it. A simple phone call? Let the office assistant make the connection. Household chore? One of the kids can get it done.

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    5 Sermons on Fatherhood

    In God's design of the family, both mothers and fathers play equally important but different roles in their children's lives. In these 5 sermons Alistair Begg addresses the role of fathers. Download or listen to them for free. 

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    Sermons on Dealing with Grief

    He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.
    -Psalm 147:3 (ESV)

    At some point we are all faced with the death of a loved one. How we deal with our grief during this time can shape our outlook on life.  In these sermons, Alistair Begg reminds us that as Christians we also have a hope in Christ that can overcome the grief.  

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    A Journey Through the Bible for Kids

    "Jesus loves me, this I know, for the Bible tells me so." These familiar lines from a children's hymn contain a vitally important message: the Bible tells our children about Jesus' love for them. Based on the lyrics, the hymnist probably assumed that children would read and know about the Bible. But that's not often the case—perhaps because navigating the Bible isn't always easy, especially for young students of God's Word.

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