• Law Cannot Save from Sin (Part 3)

    Romans 7:19-8:2

    Paul states that when he fails to do the will of God it is because of the sin that dwells in him. Dr. Sproul points out that the unbeliever cannot do the will of God therefore Paul must be discussing his post conversion experience. Dr. Sproul continues with a discussion … Listen

  • Living Sacrifices to God

    Romans 12:1-2

    Paul starts this chapter out with a concluding “therefore” summing up all that has come before by telling the readers by God’s mercies they should present their persons as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God which is their logical service. Dr. Sproul explains what is expected and then … Listen

  • Love Your Neighbor

    Romans 13:5-7

    We are to render obedience to the magistrate because of God’s command to do so. But Dr. Sproul investigates two cases when we are to not obey our government: when commanded to do what God forbids and to forbid what God commands. An examination of the role of the Christian … Listen

  • Man Born Blind (Part 1)

    John 9:1-12

    We tend to think or believe suffering being is caused by sin and Jesus disciples are no different when they asked about the man being born blind was due to the sin of the man or his parents. This is the lead in to a significant section by Dr. Sproul … Listen

  • Man Born Blind (Part 2)

    John 9:13-41

    The man that had been blind is brought before the Pharisees and the issue of Jesus doing work is brought up and a disagreement ensues on how can a sinner do such signs and further the man says that Jesus is a prophet. Dr Sproul discusses these issues and follows … Listen

  • Man Is without Excuse

    Romans 2:1-16

    Paul now addresses the Jews. The Jews are judging others by God’s standards and Paul explains that they should know that because they do these things that they will be judged by that same standard they are judging others. Dr. Sproul covers the relationship of the Jew to the Law … Listen

  • Mary’s Fiat

    Luke 1: 26-38

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  • Mary’s Visit to Elizabeth

    Luke 1: 39-45

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  • Overcoming the World

    John 16:16-33

    Dr. Sproul starts this section by explaining what Jesus meant by seeing Him, not seeing Him and seeing Him again. He continues by explaining Jesus’ no longer speaking in a figurative language but plain speaking. Jesus again predicts they will scatter and leave Him alone except for His Father. Dr … Listen

  • Peter’s Denial

    John 18:15-27

    Dr. Sproul starts this section by discussing betrayal and includes Peter in that category and then continues by detailing Peter’s changing devotion to Jesus. As he continues with the passage Dr. Sproul relates that he believes the unnamed disciple who is able to get Peter admitted to the high priest’s … Listen

  • Prayer For the Church

    John 17:20-26

    Dr. Sproul starts off this section discussing prayer and the need for it and does this by relating an experience shortly after becoming a Christian and meeting some people that knew how to pray. He then goes into the passage and focuses on the unity we as believers should have … Listen

  • Present Condition of Israel

    Romans 9:25-10:4

    Paul explains that being loved by God is a privilege and being a Jew was no guarantee of redemption but it was an advantage. Dr Sproul relates this to the church in that those unbelievers that attend have the advantage of hearing the word. Further distinction is made between the … Listen

  • Put on Christ

    Romans 13:8-14

    Dr. Sproul continues his review of the law with a discussion on situational ethics and when it is acceptable to break a commandment. Who is my neighbor and is there such a thing as the “brotherhood of man?” Listen

  • Rebirth

    John 3:1-13

    Dr. Sproul explains that even though the third chapter of John seems clear, when studied closely it raises many questions about what Jesus is saying. This study centers around the phrase “born again” and Jesus’ use of water and Spirit as well as the Spirit and the wind. Listen

  • Redemption Applied

    John 16:1-15

    Before Dr Sproul continues with the descriptions of the persecution, he discusses the Trinity that is affirmed by orthodox churches and what is affirmed by other churches instead of the Trinity. Once again Dr. Sproul discusses the need for Jesus to go away in order that the other Helper come … Listen