Monday, October 13, 2008

The Gospel of Thy Grace Part A and B

Here is a wonderful presentation or message about the Gospel. I have been challenging our church about this for years and it is very refreshing and reaffirming to hear Alistair Begg stating the importance of preaching the Gospel on a regular basis. It is a mistake to assume that the Gospel message is basic, and only for presenting to non-believers when evangelizing those who are outside the church. But, the Gospel is for all people at all stages of faith. It is what brings people to faith and it is what keeps us examining ourselves to see if we are in the faith and motivates us to do good works and to reach out to our brothers. It also reminds us that the Good Samaritan in the parable about the Good Samaritan is Jesus Christ Himself. He is the only one who has ever loved their neighbor and has loved God with all His heart, soul, mind and strength. We are indeed saved by works... but not our works. It is the works of Christ, doing the will of the Father, and doing His will perfectly. Please listen to these two messages. And if you feel compelled listen to the next ones because they are good as well. Let me know what you think.

The Gospel of Thy Grace Part A

Wednesday, October 08, 2008
The Bible tells us that all of Scripture has been given for teaching and correcting, but have you ever felt that some of it was not for you? The Gospel is one of these misunderstood elements. If you've thought that the Gospel is just for unbelievers, tune in for Truth For Life with Alistair Begg.
Series: The Enduring Word
1 Peter 1:25b


The Gospel of Thy Grace Part B

Thursday, October 09, 2008
We've been studying a verse in 1 Peter that started with a pretty bleak picture: our lives are as ephemeral as grass. This study introduces us to the Word of God, which is eternal. Join us on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg as we meld these two elements into a rescue story that involves you.


Grace and Peace,
Chris Allen

Coram Deo!!!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Chris,thanks for making me aware of these sermons and how true it is that we need the Gospel repeted over and over at least for me. Alistair Begg has a great way of bringing these messages. I really appreciate him bringing up the old hyms and the impression they have been on my life, too bad we don't sing them more often.
Gary Cryer