Created to Draw Near: Our Life as God’s Royal Priests

We were created with a deep need for connection and community. That’s why the social isolation of the past few months has been exceptionally challenging for many. Especially when alone, we long for companionship.

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Sermons on How to Biblically Deal with Anger

For the anger of man does not produce the righteousness of God. (James 1:20 ESV)

Everyone experiences anger. How can we deal with this emotion in a biblical way? In this selection of sermons, Alistair Begg reminds us that we have a new identity in Christ, who calls us to a different response when we are tempted to become angry.

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Have You Ever Been Reluctant to Talk to Others About Jesus?

Jesus told His followers they were the salt of the earth and the light of the world. Through their words and their lives, they would be Jesus’ witnesses to a world that had rejected Him.

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Is There an Approach to Bible Reading That Advances Spiritual Growth?

How do we get the most out of reading our Bibles? Pastor and theologian Sinclair Ferguson suggests that because of their approach to reading Scripture, many Christians don't receive the full benefit of God's instruction for their lives. In his book Maturity, Ferguson outlines a helpful pattern for learning from God's Word that makes a "long-term investment in your life, because you're really building a Bible into your soul." Request your copy of Maturity today from Truth For Life.

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What Hinders Us From Becoming Mature Christians?

There are few, if any, priorities more important for the believer than developing a mature faith. Pastor and theologian Sinclair Ferguson sheds light on hindrances to growing in a faith that's rooted firmly in Scripture, particularly for those of us living in a Western culture. Ferguson's book Maturity provides a practical road map for making consistent forward progress on the journey. Request your copy today from Truth For Life.

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A Book Forty Years in the Making

Pastor and theologian Sinclair Ferguson discusses the long background to his book Maturity. He also explains that once we become followers of Christ, our journey to grow into mature believers is just beginning. Ferguson discusses the biblical importance of nurturing a mature faith. 

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Sermons about the Glory of God

Many have tried to define the glory of God. The Bible often describes it as a light far brighter than anything seen on earth. But what does that mean for us as Christians? In this selection of sermons, Alistair Begg examines what the Bible says about the glory of the Lord, reminding us that we are to give Him the glory He is due.

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Eric Liddell: Olympic Athlete and Missionary to China

Eric Liddell, known as the “Flying Scotsman,” is most widely known for his refusal to run on Sunday in the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris. Liddell, a committed Christian, withdrew from his strongest event, the 100 meters—a decision that would years later make him the subject of the Oscar-winning film Chariots of Fire. As an alternative, Liddell registered to run in the 400 meters instead. Just moments before the race, an American handed him a piece of paper with words from 1 Samuel 2:30, which reads, “Those who honor me I will honor.” Liddell ran the race with the verse in his hand and claimed Olympic gold and a new world record with a time of 47.6 seconds. When Eric described his race plan, he said,

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Sermons on Self-Control

While many aspire to practice good self-control, if we’re honest, our efforts often fall short. In these messages, Alistair Begg explores the need for self-control and the means of attaining it as we seek to live lives pleasing to our Lord. We’re reminded that the Christian life frees us to enjoy genuine joy, peace, and freedom.

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Have You Hit Adulthood and Find Yourself Wondering, “Is This It?”

Sooner or later we all discover that adulthood isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. It turns out to be harder—and sometimes more ordinary—than we were led to believe. While we’re all familiar with midlife crises, people in their twenties and thirties are increasingly experiencing a phenomenon called the quarter-life crisis. What once seemed like the routine transition from adolescence to adulthood has changed, disrupted by new social and economic realities.

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