Citizenship, Part Two
By birth or naturalization, Christians are the citizens of many nations and are obligated to submit to the authorities that God has put in place. By adoption and new birth, however, we are citizens of God's kingdom. Alistair Begg encourages us to remember that our citizenship on earth is temporary and fleeting, but our citizenship in heaven is fixed on the reliable promises of God. Because Jesus has triumphed, we can face the future with steadfast certainty that when he returns, we will be gloriously transformed.
Enslaved and Rescued
Against the darkness of difficult and seemingly hopeless circumstances, the brightness of God’s providence shines throughout Scripture as a promise ...
Speakers: Jon Cameron
The Word on the Street
The Apostle Paul gave thanks to God continually for the Thessalonian believer’s faith and bold witness. Their lives, Matt McAclvey ...
Speakers: Matt McAlvey
Only Her Lips Moved
In times of prolonged suffering, we can easily grow bitter and resentful toward God and others. Unable to conceive year ...
Speakers: Alistair Begg