Sermons about the Wrath of God

    In today’s world, we don’t discuss God’s wrath often. While many of us hold to the truth that God is loving and full of grace and mercy, it can be tempting to stop there, leaving us with an incomplete picture of God’s true character. In these sermons, Alistair Begg reminds us that while God is loving, He is also just, and there are consequences if we don't accept His Son as our Savior.

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    Recommended Reading List for Pastors

    Truth For Life recommends the following books, on a diverse variety of subjects, for pastors, church leaders and others in Bible-teaching ministry. This carefully selected collection covers topics including Christ-centered preaching, the dynamics of effective preaching, successfully leading a congregation, personal devotion and working in youth ministry.

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    Download (Free) - "The Pastor's Study" - A Seven Volume Study For Pastors and Leaders by Alistair Begg

    Martyn Lloyd-Jones once said that "the work of preaching is the highest and greatest and most glorious calling to which anyone can ever be called." Such a high calling, however, comes with a high level of responsibility: As a pastor places his confidence in the Gospel’s power, the task of proclamation must be his chief concern. In the Pastor’s Study, we present a collection of sermons designed to help and encourage the Gospel-centered pastor as he evangelizes faithfully and establishes believers in the sound doctrine essential to spiritual growth.

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    The Reformation - How Did It Transform the Church?

    When Martin Luther first proposed his Ninety-Five Theses in 1517, he wasn’t trying to be a revolutionary. 500 years later, though, we look back on that moment as the spark that ignited the Reformation. On that day, he kindled a passion for the Gospel that’s still burning bright throughout the world.

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    What Does a Biblical Church Look Like?

    The Reformers concluded from Scripture that a true church exists where the Word of God is rightly preached and the ordinances are rightly administered. In its assembly, the local church is made up of believers united to fulfill the work commissioned by Jesus: making disciples of all the nations.

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    How Do I Find a Church?

    Most Christians understand that the term “church” doesn’t apply to a building—and yet, when searching for a church, some give undue attention to concerns like size, seating arrangements, and even lighting. Have you ever genuinely wondered, “How do I find the right church?”—or even, “How do I properly assess a church while searching?”

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    New From Sinclair Ferguson: "Devoted to God"

    If we were to share our experiences as followers of Christ and students of the Bible, we would likely hear many different stories. The life change that has resulted from our conversions, however, would be remarkably similar, since the Holy Spirit fashions each one of us into the very likeness of Christ.

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    How Does Sanctification Work?

    Daniel’s devotion to God gives us all a high standard to aim for: total and unwavering faith. But how do we achieve that standard?

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    Sermons about the Authority of the Bible

    Some believe that the Bible is just a piece of literature to be read but to Christians, the Bible is God's Word. In these sermons, Alistair Begg examines why the Bible is important and reminds us that the Bible accomplishes its work in our lives as we trust in its authority as the inspired Word of God.

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    How Do We Prepare for Christ's Return?

    The book of Daniel teaches that at the end of days, Jesus will return, and judgment will follow. For many, this notion is increasingly counter-cultural. For some, it instigates conversations about Armageddon and the “signs of the times,” and can even spark endless debate. With such scattered focus, we can miss the main point of Scripture when it addresses the last days.

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