• The Lord’s Supper in the Present

    Matthew 26:26–29

    For many reasons, transubstantiation has been rejected by Protestants as a biblical way of conceiving of Christ’s presence in the Lord’s Supper. However, that does not mean we deny Christ’s presence in the supper. Following John Calvin, we affirm the ...Read More

  • The Past and the Future

    Luke 22:14–30

    The Lord’s Supper reminds God’s people of Christ’s atonement, which gives them the right to participate in the great feast that will occur when Christ returns to consummate His kingdom. As we partake of the Lord’s Supper, let us look ...Read More

  • Jesus Pronounces an Oracle of Woe

    Mark 14:17–21

    Dr. R.C. Sproul writes in His commentary Mark: “It is not as though God in His sovereignty coerced Judas to carry out the evil act of betraying Jesus. Rather, the sovereign God worked His will in and ...Read More

  • Jesus’ Anointing in Bethany

    Mark 14:3–9

    Our great and holy God owns all of creation, so all that we have is really His anyway. But He gives us resources to steward, and one way we show our gratitude for His gifts is to give back to ...Read More

  • The Call to Stay Awake

    Mark 13:32–37

    How do we prepare ourselves for the second coming of Christ? The answer is relatively simple: we must make sure that we belong to Jesus as His redeemed people, as His disciples. If you are not a Christian, you will ...Read More

  • Within a Generation

    Mark 13:27–31

    Since the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70, the gospel has borne most of its fruit among the Gentiles. That does not mean, however, that the Lord has abandoned the Jews. He has His elect people distributed among both ...Read More

  • Signs in the Heavens

    Mark 13:24–26

    Jesus will come again to judge the living and the dead, but that does not mean every passage that might seem to predict that event is actually talking about the second coming of Christ. We must be careful Bible students, ...Read More

  • Enduring to the End

    Mark 13:11–13

    Even today, in many parts of the world, professing Christians betray believers to the governing authorities. We do not know what the future may bring, but we do know that God’s grace will sustain His people. Let us pray that ...Read More

  • The Authority of Jesus

    Mark 11:27–33

    Jesus’ response to the Jewish authorities also reveals His own authority. He had more authority than they did, so He was not compelled to answer them. For the Christian, Christ is the highest authority. Therefore, we submit to His words, ...Read More

  • Believing Prayer

    Mark 11:20–24

    Dr. R.C. Sproul also comments on today’s passage that praying in faith means being willing to acquiesce to God’s will when He says no to our requests. Faith fuels prayer, but it is not faith in what we ask ...Read More