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  • The Foot Washing

    John 13:1-17

    Before the Feast of the Passover, Jesus and the disciples gather for a supper and when it ends Jesus proceeds to wash the disciples feet and Peter protests Christ doing this and then when the reason is explained he wants to be washed all over. Dr. Sproul explains all these … Listen

  • God’s Judgment Defended

    Romans 3:1-9

    Dr. Sproul explains The Jews advantage and Paul’s use of “Chiefly” as being first in order of importance because the oracles of God had been committed to them. Paul continues by emphasizing God’s veracity. Paul discusses the question of our unrighteousness demonstrating God’s righteousness—does it make God unjust? Listen

  • The End of Anxiety

    Luke 12:22-34

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  • The Great Tribulation

    Matthew 24:15-28

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  • Woes to Hypocrites

    Luke 11: 37-53

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  • A House Divided

    Luke 11: 14-26

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  • The Parable of the Sower

    Luke 8:1-15

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  • Love Your Enemies

    Luke 6:27-36

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  • The Forgiven Woman

    Luke 7:36-50

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  • The Legacy

    John 14:18-31

    Dr. Sproul points out that there is some confusion about Jesus’ statement “I will come to you” in verse 18 and provides some alternative to what was intended. He then discusses the concept of being in Jesus and keeping His word. Dr. Sproul comments on the role of the Holy … Listen

  • The Call of Matthew

    Matthew 9:9-13

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  • Israel’s Rejection & God’s Justice (Part 2)

    Romans 9:14-23

    Dr. Sproul discusses the different kinds of predestination—symmetrical (equal ultimacy) and asymmetrical. The symmetrical view takes the position that predestination is applied to both the believer and the unbeliever—positive, positive. The asymmetrical view considers that the believer is predestined to be with God, but leaves the unbeliever alone—positive, negative. Listen

  • The Day and the Hour

    Matthew 24:36-44

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  • The Woman at the Well (Part 2)

    John 4:16-42

    Jesus changes the topic with the woman at the well to her “husband” and Jesus’ knowledge of her relationships and leads into a discussion about worship with Jesus. Dr. Sproul considers the implication of how we are to worship and the principles God expects us to follow. The section concludes … Listen

  • The Parable of the Sower, Part 2

    Matthew 13

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