Download (Free) - “A Study in the Book of Ecclesiastes: Chasing the Wind”


Trapped in a dark world without a clear a view of God, the writer of Ecclesiastes sought frantically for some light on the path—but indulging in everything this world had to offer left him empty and unfulfilled. After climbing high on life’s ladder, he made the tragic discovery that it was propped against the wrong wall. Cynical about life’s achievements, he began to question—rightly—whether anything mattered or whether everything was only vanity.

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10 Bible Verses on Faith

Hebrews 11:1–2“Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. For by it the people of old received their commendation.”

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The Good Thing about Bad Days

“Life is tough, and then you die.” Maybe you’ve heard that sentiment in a song, read it on a bumper sticker, or scrolled past something similar on social media. Perhaps it lacks some nuance, but in a way, it is actually quite accurate: life in this world is often challenging, and we are all going to leave it behind one day.

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Wallpaper: He Saved Us

“In the cross it wasn’t that Christ made us savable, but it was that He saved us.”
— Alistair Begg

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Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


Alistair Begg on the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

Dear Friend,

It so happened that this past weekend I was in the UK during the celebration of the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. I was speaking at a conference in the town of Kilmarnock, which is in Ayrshire. It was there, in 1956, that I stood with my mum and waved my Union Jack as the Queen passed through town. For the past sixty-six years I have enjoyed the privilege of being one of her subjects.

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Topics: Letters From Alistair Begg


Looking for Joy? Try Living Life Backward!

Most of us put off thoughts about death. The unknown is often too uncomfortable to think about, and the pressing issues of the moment provide a welcome diversion. But the author of Ecclesiastes suggests that we’ll live our best life when we look toward eternity! Living Life Backward: How Ecclesiastes Teaches Us to Live in Light of the End explores the wonderful and wise insights from the writer of Ecclesiastes—a man who tasted every good earthly gift and concluded that nothing in this world can provide lasting joy and contentment.

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How and Why We Should Pray for All People

When Paul wrote his first letter to Timothy, his explicit goal was that his protégé might “know how one ought to behave in the household of God” (1 Tim. 3:15). The letter is thus a wonderful resource for the church as it asks questions about what it should do and how it should do it. And Among Paul’s many concerns in 1 Timothy, and the one he presents “first of all” is “that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people” (1 Tim. 2:1, emphasis added).

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“The Man on the Middle Cross Said I Can Come”

While most people would agree that our world is broken, they may not agree about how to fix it. In the following clip, Alistair looks to the unique experience of the thief on the cross as a reminder that the only solution to brokenness is found in the execution of an innocent man: Jesus, the Son of God.

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Wallpaper: He Never Ceases

“We may often forget to meditate upon the perfections of our Lord, but He never ceases to remember us.”
— C.H. Spurgeon

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Sermons about Divorce and Remarriage

What does the Bible say about divorce? Download or listen to sermons by Alistair Begg about marriage, divorce and remarriage.  

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