Sermons on Free Will and Predestination


    Free will and predestination have been topics of great debate over the years. How do we exercise free will if God already knows the outcome of our decision? In this selection of sermons, Alistair Begg explores both topics, looking to the Bible for clarity on the debate.

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    Download (Free) — "The Kingdom of God" — The Bible's Story, from Genesis to Revelation

    Look out an airplane window at 35,000 feet, and you’ll see patterns in the landscape below that would be unobservable from the ground. In the same way, when we examine the sixty-six books of the Bible through a wide-angle lens, we discover far more than a collection of disjointed writings. The Bible is one book, inspired by one Author, with one supreme subject: Jesus Christ, who came to secure God’s people in God’s place under God’s rule and blessing.

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    What Can We Learn From Followers of Jesus Throughout the Centuries?

    While everyone has a family tree, not everyone knows their family’s history. As Christians, however, we have the distinct privilege of claiming the shared narrative of Christ’s Church, our very own family of faith that spans two thousand years. How can we begin to trace the fragments of a story that has coursed through twenty centuries, branching north and south, east and west, into the whole of our modern world?

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    Sermons on Obeying God in Our Daily Lives

    Obedience is defined as submission to the restraint or command of authority. As Christians, we are to be obedient to God and His commands because of His great mercy and grace to us. In this selection of sermons, Alistair Begg reminds us that our obedience should come from love for God and should be reflected in every area of our life.

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    God as the Composer of the World (An Excerpt from the book God's Big Picture)

    Does the melody of your life carry a tune of harmony or discord? Where can we find the order we need to play the right notes?

    Vaughan Roberts explains how music serves as a metaphor for our relationship with God in his book God’s Big Picture: Tracing the Storyline of the Bible:

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    God's Only Plan (An Excerpt from the book God's Big Picture)

    Although the Bible contains a diverse collection of writings penned across generations, it holds together as one book, with God as its author. Scripture’s unifying subject is Jesus Christ and the salvation He brings—but even believers misunderstand the message being conveyed throughout the Old and New Testaments. Vaughan Roberts, in his helpful book God’s Big Picture: Tracing the Storyline of the Bible, offers clarification:

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    What Does a Sweeping Journey Through the Bible Reveal?

    Creation, dietary laws, animal sacrifices, David and Goliath…what do these topics from Scripture have to do with Jesus Christ? Do they hold any relevance for us today?

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    In Marriage, Who Leads, Who Follows, and Why Is It Important? (4 of 6)

    A cartoon Cupid with a quiver full of arrows may make us chuckle, but buying into the concept of being “love-struck” can be harmful—especially if we don’t think beyond fleeting emotions to the fulfillment of the roles God has established for husband and wife.

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    Integrity is an Important Quality in a Future Spouse (2 of 6)

    Judging from the appearance of candy conversation hearts on store shelves, it would seem that love is in the air. Certainly there’s more to the conversation of meaningful relationships than sweet nothings, though.

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    The Most Important Attribute in a Potential Spouse (1 of 6)

    It’s that time of year again, when hearts and flowers bedeck boxes of chocolates and romance abounds. But for those of us who want to give serious attention to what makes a relationship last, we need to look beyond the greeting card aisle.

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