• Purging the Inward Parts by

    Although becoming a child of God is a onetime event, repentance is a life-long practice that must come from the depths of our souls. From whence comes your repentance? In this message entitled “Purging the Inward Parts,” Dr. Sproul discusses …

  • God’s Just Judgment by

    It is typical for a fallen child of Adam to question God’s justice concerning original sin. Coming from a fallen nature, it only seems natural for a sinner to question the fairness of the imputation of sin. But as …

  • Tender Mercies by

    Just like our first parents in the Garden, we try to cover our sin. We see this in the life of David—after being confronted by the prophet Nathan about his sin with Bathsheba, David confessed his sin and realized …

  • The Sin of David by

    What can we learn from a man who committed adultery, conspiracy, and murder? It is not what we learn from his sin that has any value, it is what David did after his sin that is so essential for us …

  • A Psalm of Repentance by

    What is biblical repentance? You might have heard it said that repentance is a changing of one’s mind. And that is correct. But there’s more. In this message, Dr. Sproul helps us understand what true biblical repentance and …

  • What About Human Freedom? by

    Whatever you plan on doing for the next half hour will be your free choice. And yet, whatever you decide, it will be according to God’s sovereign plan. So which is it: your plan or God’s? Considering this …

  • If God Knows Our Needs, Why Pray? by

    We serve an all-loving, all-knowing, omnipotent God, who loves to give His children what they need. Yet we are instructed by Jesus in the Lord’s prayer to ask the Father for our daily provisions. But if God already knows …

  • God Makes it All Happen by

    Are there things that God does not or cannot control? Is there anything that God did not cause to happen? How much does God control and how much does He sit back and watch? Considering these questions in this message …

  • God or Chance? by

    By definition, an atheist is someone who denies the existence of God. A theist on the contrary is someone who affirms that He exists. Christians, by definition are in the category of theists. So is it possible for a Christian …

  • Is God Responsible for Human Wickedness? by

    If God is sovereign over all things, and if he is indeed a good God, then how do we fit the idea of human wickedness and evil into this picture? Does God make human beings commit evil acts? If He …

  • What Is Providence? by

    Everything in creation is under the providing care of God. Not only does God supply all things, He arranges them according to His plan for His glory. For Christians, this ought to produce peace and comfort even when it appears …

  • The Christ of the Covenant by

    Jesus lived and died on our behalf in order to secure the blessings of the covenant once and for all. In this lecture, Dr. Sproul explains how Christ Jesus fully completed the covenant for our benefit, and encourages us to …

  • Davidic Covenant by

    As the Lord’s anointed, David received a promise from God that his kingship would never leave his house. But after 400 years, the dynasty ended, or so it seemed. God has made good on His promise; He has set …

  • The New Covenant (Part 1) by

    What makes the New Covenant different from the other covenants? How does that term “new” apply to the New Covenant? In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us about the relationship the New Covenant has to all the others that have …

  • The New Covenant (Part 2) by

    All of the biblical covenants prior to the New Covenant have been sovereignly established by God. But the book of Hebrews speaks of the New Covenant as a better covenant. Was something wrong with the old covenants? Did the sacrificial …