• Blessed are the Poor by

    In the Beatitudes, Jesus begins His message with “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven.” How would that resonate in the ears of those who first heard this? What does that mean for us …

  • Blessed are the Pure in Heart by

    The New Testament promises the children of God the Beatific Vision. On that day, Christians will see Christ face to face in the fullness of His glory. But the Bible seems to indicate we will see more than the incarnate …

  • Blessed are Those Who Hunger by

    When a person becomes a Christian, priorities, affections, and desires suddenly change. Things that were once sought after in life inevitably fall by the wayside. Bible study, prayer, and fellowship with God’s people become new life-habits. But how much …

  • Blessed are Those Who Mourn by

    No one truly enjoys grief and mourning, but all of us experience it to some degree or another. Why are those who mourn considered blessed by Jesus? What is the ultimate comfort? In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us about …

  • Blessing & Judgment by

    What could be dangerous about taking the Lord’s Supper? What risks are involved when we receive it? How should we prepare ourselves as we come to the table? In this message, Dr. Sproul considers these questions as he explains …

  • Blessing or Curse? by

    When God deals with mankind, He does so in the framework of covenants. In biblical covenants, God has sovereignly administered terms and conditions that must be met, with the promise of blessing if kept, and the threat of penalty, or …

  • Blind Eyes and Deaf Ears by

    Effective communication involves knowing your audience, mastery over language, and making use of stories for illustrative purposes. Jesus, the Master communicator, used these techniques. But as we shall see today, not everyone in His audience was meant to understand. So …

  • The Body of Christ by

    Jesus is God in the flesh. He possesses both a divine and a human nature. Both natures are distinct, yet when it comes to the doctrine of the Lord’s Supper in various church groups, the lines of distinction become …

  • The Bondage of Religion by

    Continuing the study on the 19-century scholars, Dr. Sproul highlights the most famous of the critics of that time: Karl Marx. In “The Bondage of Religion,” Marx argued that religion was invented by the ruling classes to keep the masses …

  • Bondage of the Will by

    Many believe that we are totally free to choose salvation. In Willing to Believe, Dr. R.C. Sproul shows that man’s will is not free but in bondage to sin. He says that we are doomed unless God has mercy …

  • The Book of Revelation by

    Without question, the book of Revelation is difficult to understand. Questions about the anti-Christ, the Millennium, and many others a are sharply disputed among Bible teachers today.  But there is one question that seems to be overlooked in our …

  • The Book That Grieved Josiah by

    There was a time when the people of Israel forgot about the Law of God. But all that changed one day. What would happen if the people of God were truly awakened to the Law of God again? Re-introducing us …

  • Born of the Spirit by

    In the latter part of the twentieth century, “born-again Christian” became a popular term to describe people who underwent a conversion experience to Christianity. Where did this idea of being born again come from? Why must people be born again …

  • Born to Sin? by

    Many believe that we are totally free to choose salvation. In Willing to Believe, R.C. shows that man’s will is not free but in bondage to sin. He says that we are doomed unless God has mercy and changes …

  • Boy Jesus in the Temple by

    The New Testament tells us very little about the years between Jesus’ birth and the beginning of His ministry. The gospel of Luke contains the one significant account that exists—the story of Jesus’ visit to the temple at the age …