In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of 9/11, America was in a state of shock – faced with the realities of evil, terrorism, tragedy, uncertainty, and the prospect of war.
America’s preachers had the difficult task of comforting their congregations, speaking truth about God’s sovereignty over all things, and instilling hope in the midst of a national crisis.
On this episode of the podcast, we will have a unique opportunity to reflect on the tragic events of Tuesday, September 11th through a sermon preached on Sunday, September 16th.
This message from Alistair Begg is titled “The Day that Changed the Modern World,” and the truths he brings from Scripture are relevant during any tragedy – both national and personal.
In this message, Pastor Begg reminds us that life is frail, death is certain, man is depraved, and grace is necessary.
- For more preserved sermons from the days after 9/11, visit ReasonableTheology.org/911-sermons
- For this sermon and other resources from Alistair Begg, visit TruthForLife.org
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