• Sin’s Advantage in the Law

    Romans 7:7-14

    Paul advises that the law tells me what is sin and that his sin is stirred to even greater sinfulness because we are inclined to sin. Dr Sproul explains that “we are not sinners because we sin, but we sin because we are sinners.” Additionally the concept of the law … Listen

  • Submit to Government (Part 1)

    Romans 13:1-3

    Dr. Sproul starts Chapter 13 with a review of chapter 12 and puts emphasis on God executing vengance. He then explains how civil government is an institution established by God and that we should be subject to those authorities placed over us. However, there are legitimate times when we Christians … Listen

  • Submit to Government (Part 2)

    Romans 13:4

    Dr. Sproul takes us back to Genesis and the banishment of Adam and Eve and then moves to chapter 9 and discusses the institution of capital punishment. The sanctity of life is the basis for government to protect, maintain and defend human life from aggressor countries. Listen

  • The Angel & Zacharias (Part 1)

    Luke 1:5-25

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  • The Angel & Zacharias (Part 2)

    Luke 1:5-25

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  • The Angel & Zacharias (Part 3)

    Luke 1:5-25

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  • The Annunciation

    Luke 1: 26-38

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  • The Arrest of Jesus

    John 18:1-14

    Dr. Sproul relates an event in his childhood when he had fear and links that fear to the moonlit Gethsemane. The garden was within the limits of Jerusalem for celebrating the Passover and Jesus knew that Judas would know to find Him there. Dr. Sproul explains the two groups Judas … Listen

  • The Betrayal

    John 13:18-38

    Jesus becomes more specific about the unclean person and indicates the person who eats bread with Him is against Him. Jesus when asked directly by the disciple leaning on Him, He showed him by giving the dipped bread to Judas. Dr. Sproul looks at Psalm 41 and discusses David’s betrayal … Listen

  • The Blessed King

    John 12:9-19

    Because of Lazarus resurrection, Jesus fame had increased and when He entered Jerusalem the crowds welcomed Him as King of Israel. Dr. Sproul expounds on the significance of the greeting Jesus was given as well as the use of a donkey’s colt and how that relates to both the prophecies … Listen

  • The Burial of Jesus

    John 19:38-42

    Dr. Sproul starts this section by referring to the Apostle’s Creed, then references Isaiah 53:7-9 and discusses the reason and need for expediency for the burial and the burial process. Joseph of Arimathea’s relationship to Jesus is discussed as well as the involvement of Nicodemus. Dr Sproul concludes the section … Listen

  • The Cost of Discipleship

    John 15:9-27

    Dr. Sproul first looks at Jesus’ statement to abide in His love and keep His commandments. He next discusses what it means to be called a friend. From the concept of love Dr. Sproul moves to how the world not only receives Him with hatred but how to the world … Listen

  • The Crucifixion

    John 19:17-37

    Dr. Sproul explains the meaning behind “bearing His cross” and because of His scourgings was unable to carry the cross all the way to the crucifixion site. In this case Simon of Cyrene was commanded to pick up the crossbeam and carry it the rest of the way. He continues … Listen

  • The Death of Lazarus

    John 11:1-27

    In this section Jesus’ friend Lazarus is sick and He is asked to come and heal Lazarus, but Jesus delays leaving and Lazarus dies. Jesus goes to the tomb where Lazarus has been in for four days. Dr Sproul discusses Jesus delay and the ensuing conversation Jesus has with Martha … Listen

  • The Doctrine of Imputation

    Romans 5:12-19

    Dr. Sproul discusses the “Evangelicals and Catholics Together” document. There is further discussion on the imputation of Adam’s sin to the entire race with investigation into the consequence and universality of original sin and of death. This section ends with an overview of covenant theology and the covenant of works. Listen