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Gentle: Wallpaper
By TFL, 6/27/20 1:00 AM

“Our heavenly Father often leads us with the cords of love; but how slow we are to run toward Him! How reluctantly we respond to His gentle impulses!”
— C.H. Spurgeon

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Hymn: “Take My Life and Let It Be” by Frances R. Havergal
By TFL, 6/26/20 1:00 AM

Take my life and let it be
Consecrated, Lord, to thee.
Take my moments and my days;
Let them flow in endless praise,
Let them flow in endless praise.

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Video: “How Crazy Is This!” by Alistair Begg
By TFL, 6/25/20 1:00 AM

How should we respond when God’s providence seems to contradict His promises? Afraid for his life, David ran from King Saul into Philistine territory, where he was recognized by the king of Gath’s servants. In a deliberate act of faith, David feigned insanity and trusted God with the outcome. His escape, explains Alistair Begg, rested not in his own ingenuity but in the Lord’s deliverance—the same deliverance that is available to all who flee to God for refuge.

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Why Do the Nations Rage?
By TFL, 6/24/20 1:00 AM

It can be hard to make sense of all the conflict taking place in the streets of our cities. Alistair offers this comforting paraphrase of Psalm 2.

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Will You Partner with Truth For Life?
By TFL, 6/23/20 1:00 AM

The opportunity to bring the Gospel message of hope and peace to people around the world during this pandemic has been an exceptional privilege! In fact, Truth For Life continues to receive letters and emails from people grateful that the online teaching library remained accessible for free throughout these challenging months. Large crowds—over 65,000 people from dozens of nations—viewed the weekly Sunday worship livestream while their local churches were closed.

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Sermons on the Sufficiency of the Bible
By TFL, 6/22/20 1:00 AM

We know what we know about God only because He has chosen to reveal it to us—and the primary means of this revelation is the Bible. Scripture accomplishes its work in our lives as we trust in its authority as the inspired Word of God. In this selection of sermons, Alistair Begg exhorts Christians to hold tightly to the Bible’s sufficiency for salvation, transformation, and proclamation.

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