Download or listen to five sermons by Alistair Begg about The Gospel.
In Romans chapter 1 we're introduced to the bold claims of the Apostle Paul - that the Gospel is the heart of his mission. Alistair preaches from this passage as a ministry of reminder to the pastors in his audience.
Paul wrote to encourage the church in Thessalonica with the conviction that God works powerfully through His Word and His Church to further the Gospel. Alistair Begg reminds us that genuine conversion always results in radical change. When Christians display transformed lives and proclaim the Word that we have received wherever God has placed us, the Gospel advances to the glory of God.
The foundation for all Christian faith and teaching – and the source of all meaning in life – can be found in the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Alistair Begg draws these truths from a key passage in 1 Corinthians 15 and explains how the good news of the Gospel must include both a dying Savior and a risen, living Lord. Our understanding of Jesus’ resurrection forms the basis from which we each answer two important questions: Do I believe in Jesus? and Do I belong to Him?
Telling the truth is a tough business, especially in a culture that rejects the idea of truth as that which is fixed, universal, objective, or absolute. Alistair Begg addresses a group of pastors on how to effectively communicate the exclusivity of the Gospel.
When Paul encouraged Timothy to join in his suffering for the Gospel, he left no question about what the Gospel is. It is not a vague idea that can mean whatever we want, and it cannot be changed to suit our circumstances. As Alistair Begg explains, the Gospel is the good news that sinful men and women are given new life and a new calling by faith in Christ, and it reorients how we view every aspect of life and ministry.