Filled With His Love: Wallpaper

    "If we empty our hearts of self, God will fill them with His love."
    C.H. Spurgeon

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    Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


    Jesus Christ: Humble Servant (1 of 7)

    After spending roughly half his account of Jesus describing the first three years of his ministry, the gospel writer John turns his attention, from Chapter 13 onward, to the most important week of our Lord’s life: the week leading up to his crucifixion.

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    Topics: Monthly Resources


    Hymn: "Have You Been to Jesus for the Cleansing Power" by: Elisha A. Hoffman

    Have You Been to Jesus for the Cleansing Power
    By: Elisha A. Hoffman

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    Topics: Hymns and Worship


    Video: "A Word to Fathers, Part Two" by Alistair Begg

    In Ephesians 6, the Apostle Paul provides instruction on how children should be raised, but it’s not a short-term fix: Biblical parenting requires a pattern of discipline and instruction, carried out in the Lord and shaped by His loving discipline. Alistair Begg helps us understand Scripture’s imperatives to nurture tenderly, discipline biblically, and instruct purposefully. Parenting at its best will be shaped by the Gospel and motivated by the desire to see our children know, love, and follow Christ.

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    Topics: Weekly Sermons


    Hymn: "A Debtor to Mercy Alone" By Augustus M. Toplady

    A Debtor to Mercy Alone
    By: Augustus M. Toplady

    A debtor to mercy alone, of covenant mercy I sing;
    Nor fear, with Thy righteousness on, my person and off’ring to bring.
    The terrors of law and of God with me can have nothing to do;
    My Savior’s obedience and blood hide all my transgressions from view.

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    Topics: Hymns and Worship


    Video: "The Discipline of the Father" by Alistair Begg

    We might be tempted to associate “the discipline of God” with our earthly fathers, but men at their best are marked by flawed motives and imperfect methods. Alistair Begg encourages us to remember that God’s discipline is perfect: He disciplines His children through trials, in love and wisdom, so that we will be conformed to the image of the Lord Jesus. We should not respond to His discipline with careless indifference or give into the temptation to be overwhelmed by our difficulties. Instead, recognizing that God disciplines us as His beloved children, we can entrust ourselves to the wisdom of His purposes and grow to maturity in Christ.

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    Topics: Weekly Sermons


    All We Like Sheep: Wallpaper

    “All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned every one to his own way; and the Lord has laid on him the iniquity of us all.”
    Isaiah 53:6

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    Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


    Poem: "Black Hole, A Prayer for Those Going Through Dark Places" by Shirley Vickers

    Black Hole, A Prayer for Those Going Through Dark Places
    By: Shirley Vickers

    Oh God
    I'm right back in that limbo world again. 
    Can't feel you close to me.
    Can't feel anything.
    It seemed as if things were fine -
    Walking in the light.
    Then suddenly panic: it's all dark:
    I'm drowning.

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    Topics: Ministry Updates, Hymns and Worship


    Visit Europe This Summer With Alistair Begg

    This summer, Alistair Begg will be the guest speaker on a two-week tour of central Europe to visit many historic sites made famous by the Reformation.

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    Topics: Events


    Hymn: "There's Not a Friend Like the Lowly Jesus" by Johnson Oatman, Jr

    There's Not a Friend Like the Lowly Jesus
    By: Johnson Oatman, Jr.

    There’s not a Friend like the lowly Jesus-
    No, not one! no, not one!
    None else could heal all our souls’ diseases-
    No, not one! no, not one!

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    Topics: Hymns and Worship


    The Waco Tragedy: 25 Years Later - How to Recognize False Teaching

    Over twenty-five years have passed since the horrendous loss of seventy-six lives in what is now often referred to as the "Waco Massacre," a nearly fifty-day stand-off between the Branch Davidians and government forces that ended with the cult's compound engulfed in flames. The siege left behind accusation, devastation, and confusion about the tragic events in its wake. To the watching world, a grave and certain injustice against common morality had occurred, and people grappled to understand how followers from various backgrounds and walks of life had become so subservient and deluded.

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    Topics: Monthly Resources


    Video: "A Word to Fathers, Part One" By: Alistair Begg

    Paul instructed fathers not to provoke their children to anger, assuming parental authority, but appealing for its restraint. Reminding us that children ultimately belong God, Alistair Begg warns parents of certain pitfalls that are likely to exasperate their children and incite responses of bitterness and resentment. The responsibility of biblical parenting is impossible apart from the grace and wisdom of God the Father, who provides the ultimate example in the love and grace He demonstrates toward His children.

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    Topics: Weekly Sermons


    Hymn: "We've A Story to Tell to the Nations" by: H. Ernest Nichol

    We've a Story to Tell to the Nations
    By: H. Ernest Nichol

    We've a story to tell to the nations
    That shall turn their hearts to the right,
    A story of truth and mercy,
    A story of peace and light,
    A story of peace and light.

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    Topics: Hymns and Worship


    What Does A Gospel-Shaped Life Look Like? 

    “God so loved the world….” So begins John 3:16, and the verse goes on to tell of the Good News—the Gospel—the free gift of eternal life offered through faith in Jesus Christ. God’s rescue of perishing sinners is no less than a wondrous truth. But the Gospel does so much more.

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    Topics: Monthly Resources


    Beams of Grace: Wallpaper

    "Lord, I need the clear shinings of Your love, the beams of Your grace, the light of Your countenance—these are as summer suns to me."
    C.H. Spurgeon

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    Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


    Hymn: "Amazing Grace" by John Newton

    Amazing Grace
    By: John Newton; John P. Rees, stanza 5

    Amazing grace! How sweet the sound
    That saved a wretch like me!
    I once was lost, but now am found;
    Was blind, but now I see.

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    Topics: Hymns and Worship


    Download (Free) - What Now? - Living in Light of the Risen Christ

    If Christ’s death was the end of His life, then the Christian message is the greatest hoax in history. But what if Jesus truly was resurrected, and He continues to live, work, and reign today? How would that reality transform the lives of His followers?

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    How to Nurture a Gospel-Centered Community Within Your Church

    Community. How we define the term is probably based on our own expectations for a group's commonality and growth—and for most of us, finding a place to belong, engage, build relationships, and serve is an important consideration.

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    Topics: Monthly Resources


    Alistair Begg Reminds Us of the Ascended King

    Dear Friend,

    The celebration of Easter fills our hearts with praise and our lips with song. We join the angels in declaring, “He is not here, for he has risen, as he said” (Matthew 28:6). Within a matter of six weeks, we’ll rejoice that the Risen Lord is also the Ascended King!

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    Topics: Letters From Alistair Begg


    Heights: Wallpaper

    "There are graces to which we have not attained, places of fellowship nearer to Christ that we have not reached, and heights of communion that our feet have not climbed."
    C.H. Spurgeon

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    Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


    2018 Good Friday: "Christ's Atoning Work" by Alistair Begg

    Christians don’t gather on Good Friday for a funeral, but to reflect on the victory that Christ achieved on the cross. Alistair Begg explains that Jesus willingly offered himself as the only sacrifice that could secure redemption by paying the penalty for sin. Because of Christ’s completed work, our consciences are cleansed, and we are set free to serve God with the assurance that He is faithful.

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    Topics: Weekly Sermons


    2018 Easter Video: "Jesus in 3D" by Alistair Begg

    When we think of a king, we don’t usually picture a man riding on a donkey, hanging on a cross, or lying in a tomb. Each represents a scene from Jesus’ life, however, and Alistair Begg describes how they fulfilled prophecy and led to redemption from sin for all who believe. Even in His death and resurrection, the responses to Jesus were mixed, and it is the same today. Unless God softens our hearts to see our sin and need of a Savior, we will only view Jesus as an unwelcome intruder.

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    Topics: Weekly Sermons


    Ways To Still Hear Alistair Begg in Miami

    I hope that listening to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg on 90.9 Life FM these past five years has drawn you closer to Christ. It’s been our pleasure to partner with Life FM to teach the Bible to listeners in the Miami area since 2013.

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