Alistair Begg, Alistair, Lady Ken Muir discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program


One way we can feel secure about what God will do is by remembering what God has done. You're listening to Alistair begg, untruth for life, Alistair will be back in just a moment to close today's program. Speaking of Providence, it's been a remarkable season of growth here at truth for life over the past couple of years. We have seen more people in all parts of the world accessing Alistair's teaching through our mobile app, online, through many other ways that the program can be heard, we are so grateful for how God is using this ministry to proclaim the truth of the Bible to a growing worldwide audience. And we could not be doing this without the financial support that comes from truth partners, listeners who pray for us monthly and who give to this ministry. As we press on, we pray God will continue to use truth for life in an even broader way, and an ever growing truth partner team will help make that possible. If you're not yet part of this vital group, we would love it if you'd sign up to become a true partner today when you do you select the amount you'd like to give each month and as a way of saying thanks. You can request the books we feature each month, enrolling just takes a few minutes online at truth for life dot org slash truth partner, or you can call our customer service reps at 8 8 8 5 8 8 7 8 8 four. When you get in touch with us, be sure to request today's recommended book. It's titled 12 things God can't do. It's our way of saying thanks for your support. Sometimes we try to relate to God as if he were like us, but his attributes are not like ours. In fact, there are some human experiences that God is totally incapable of. For example, God can't lie. Truthfulness is a mark of his character. Knowing that his promises are trustworthy, will help us feel secure, even in troubled times. You'll find comfort and peace as you learn about the things that are impossible for God. Request your copy of the book 12 things God can't do today when you sign up to become a truth partner, you can also request the book when you give a one time donation at truth for life dot org slash donate. Now here's Alistair with the closing thought. In the 17th century, Samuel Rutherford was a godly minister. He died by the time he was 61. And one of his great legacies were letters that he wrote to members of his congregation, many of whom were members of the aristocracy. And he had a particularly long dialog with a lady called lady Ken Muir who, whose marriage was a disaster who had lived with great bouts of depression and sadness. And in one of his letters to it, he says, madam, when you are come to the other side of the water, and have sat down your foot on the shore of glorious eternity. And look back again to the waters and to your wearisome journey. And so see in that clear glass of endless glory nearer to the bottom of God's wisdom. Then you will be forced to say, if God had done otherwise with me, then he had done. I would never have come. To the enjoying of this crown of glory. Gracious God, I pray that you will help us to take Jesus at his word when he says to his disciples, your heavenly father knows that you need these things. Help us to turn to you in genuine repentance to repent of our arrogance and our pride. To repent of how we choose to worship our own little substitute gods. Rather than to bow before you. And grand to his childlike faith. And the joy of discovering what it is to be able to name you as our father in heaven, not simply as a result of creation. But as a result of your redeeming love, the redemption in our ethical question that is found through the substitutionary atonement provided by Jesus on the cross. And then let us go out into the week that lies ahead, resting, and trusting. Avowedly, in the fight the father knows best. Before we pray in Christ's name, amen. And bob lupine, thanks for listening today. There's a lot of behind the scenes work in every successful movie or play. And in our lives, that's true as well. Join us tomorrow when we'll take a behind the scenes look at Esther's story. The Bible teaching of Aleister beg is furnished by truth for life. Where the learning is for living.

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