Death of the King — Part One
God promised that a king from David’s line would reign eternally; and so, facing imminent death, David established his son Solomon as his successor. Aware of his own failings but confident in the Lord's promises, David advised Solomon to walk in God’s ways. The Lord’s faithfulness doesn’t depend on our obedience, teaches Alistair Begg—but the enjoyment of His blessings does. Any success, whether great or small, always comes by God’s grace alone.
Topics: Biblical Figures, Death, Faithfulness of God, Grace of God, Obedience
The Great Commandment – Part Two
What does it mean to love one’s neighbor? Luke 10 records how Jesus answered this question with a story about ...
The Great Commandment – Part One
When Jesus issued the Great Commandment—to love the Lord with all your heart, mind, and soul and to love your ...
The Great Commission
Before His ascension, Jesus established one of the church’s main priorities, which is to share the Gospel so that people ...