The Incomparable Christ — Part Three
By His death, Jesus became the ultimate scapegoat to bear all sin, the ultimate sacrifice to endure God’s wrath, and the ultimate High Priest to secure eternal forgiveness. Christ’s finished work—once for all, for all time—ensured salvation for believers. As our Priest, though, He also continues to intercede for us before God. Turning our focus from self-effort to Jesus, Alistair Begg explains how the cross deals with our failures, fears, and final judgment. Topics: Christ as Priest, Christ, Security in Christ, Substitutionary Sacrifice, Wrath of God
He Was Taken Up To Heaven
Till All His Foes Submit—Part One
After the Ammonite king’s death, David sent servants to offer condolences to the king’s son and successor. His kindness was ...
Till All His Foes Submit—Part Two
Although the Syrians and Ammonites fled from battle before Joab and his mighty host, the Syrian army gathered again to ...