Wallpaper: Lasting Joy

“Only when we come to know the true and living God does the enjoyment of life's blessings feed into lasting joy.”
—Alistair Begg

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Hymn: “Was There Ever Kindest Shepherd” by Frederick W. Faber

Was there ever kindest shepherd
Half so gentle, half so sweet,
As the Saviour who would have us
Come and gather round His feet?
It is God; His love looks mighty,
But is mightier than it seems:
'Tis our Father, and His kindness
Goes out far beyond our dreams.

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Topics: Hymns and Worship


Wallpaper: Glorious Power

“God’s glorious power is most clearly seen when we are aware of our frailty and inadequacy.”
—Alistair Begg

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Hymn: “Not What I Am, O Lord, but What Thou Art” by Horatius Bonar

Not what I am, O Lord, but what Thou art,
that, that alone can be my soul’s true rest;
Thy love, not mine, bids fear and doubt depart,
and stills the tempest of my throbbing breast.

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Topics: Hymns and Worship


Consider 12 Things God Can’t Do … and Sleep Better!

 

God can do anything, right? Well, not exactly. We don’t often consider that there are things God is simply unable to do! The book 12 Things God Can’t Do… and How They Can Help You Sleep at Night explores a number of human attributes that God doesn’t possess and explains why their absence is a source of great comfort and security. 

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Topics: Monthly Resources


Hymn: “Wide, Wide as the Ocean” by Charles Austin Miles

Wide, wide as the ocean,
high as the heavens above;
deep, deep as the deepest sea
is my Saviour’s love.
I, though so unworthy,
still am a child of his care,
for his word teaches me
that his love reaches me
ev'rywhere.

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Topics: Hymns and Worship


Wallpaper: Gracious Gratitude

“Gracious gratitude enables us to face all things with the awareness that God is profoundly involved in our lives and circumstances, for He has made us special objects of His love.”
—Alistair Begg

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Yes, Jesus Gets Us. But Who Is He?

Who is Jesus? It’s a question we all need to answer. Is He the Son of God, as Christians have believed for more than two thousand years—or was He just a man? Alistair Begg examines the Gospels and explains that Jesus made direct claims that He is both God and man. People of His day understood who He was claiming to be. That’s why they accused Him of blasphemy.

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Topics: Ministry Updates


Hymn: “Come, Let Us Sing of a Wonderful Love”

Come, let us sing of a wonderful love,
Tender and true, tender and true,
Out of the heart of the Father above,
Streaming to me and to you:
Wonderful love, wonderful love,
Dwells in the heart of the Father above.

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Topics: Hymns and Worship


Abiding in Christ in a World of Self-Love

In the psychological realm, the word of our age is self. From self-care to self-talk to self-esteem, hardly a day passes when broadcasts, podcasts, podiums, and even pulpits fail to remind us that our fundamental problem is a dearth of self-regard. And the answer, we are told, lies in telling ourselves that we are lovable: “It doesn’t matter what I do. It doesn’t matter who I am. I am a lovable person.”

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How to Use Our Linkin.bio on Instagram

Do you see something you like on our Instagram, but you’re not sure how to find the link? Here are a few simple steps for using our Linkin.bio!

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Topics: Ministry Updates


Wallpaper: Happiness and Peace

“The happiness and peace we desire comes only when the burden of sin is taken away.”
—Alistair Begg

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Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


Alistair Begg on How to Interpret the Changing Culture

 

In Revelation, we are given a vision of a vast crowd too great to count which is made up of people from all nations, provinces, and languages, and together they are crying out with a loud voice, “Salvation belongs to our God who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb!” This is a picture to keep in mind always, and especially when in our Gospel endeavors it is a “day of small things” (Zech. 4:10). I remind myself as I encourage our congregation to read and watch the news through the lens of Scripture. Graeme Goldsworthy puts it well: “Scripture as God’s word must interpret history and culture, not the other way round.” 

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Topics: Letters From Alistair Begg


A Fun Book to Teach Young Children that God’s Grace Is Enough

 

It can be hard to know how to help small children understand the Gospel. But with the help of His Grace Is Enough: How God Makes It Right When We’ve Got It Wrong, you can share truths about God’s grace and mercy with the little ones in your life.

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