• Almost Persuaded by

    When Jesus called His disciples, He told them to leave all and follow Him. After his conversion, the Apostle Paul later followed Jesus with seemingly unparalleled tenacity. Yet many church-goers hope to do only just enough religion, while trying to …

  • A Love that Suffers Long by

    Dr. Sproul looks at how love begins the fruit of the Spirit in the sense that “all of the other fruit of the Spirit is simply an outward manifestation of the reality and the presence of authentic love.” In this …

  • Always Reforming by

    A short-sighted diagnosis leads to treatment of the symptoms only, while ignoring the root cause of them. Nehemiah knew this, and when he saw the walls of Jerusalem destroyed and the gates burned, he saw past the rubble to a …

  • Amazing Love by

      In writing his first epistle to Timothy, Paul relied heavily on his understanding of God’s love. Echoing Christ’s teaching that the greatest commandment is love, he exhorted Timothy to focus on ‘love from a pure heart a good …

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  • A Model of Repentance by

    Where does repentance fit in your life? Was repentance only a one-time thing you did when you first heard the gospel, or has it been a matter of practice since your conversion? Is the fear of not being able to …

  • A Model of Submission by

    Without question, there are stark differences between Protestant and Roman Catholic understandings of who Mary is and her role in redemptive history. But is there common ground where we can agree? What can we learn from the life of Mary …

  • Among the Brethren by

    At the outset of Paul’s second missionary journey, Paul and Barnabas had a sharp dispute over John Mark’s competence. In essence, John Mark was fired by Paul. Did that occasion render Mark incompetent in the church? Did he …

  • A Monument to Ourselves by

    Does God hate big cities? Does he hate human progress and unity so much that he topples towers and scatters people who are only trying to live peaceably with one another? Human beings love to build cities. Even after they …

  • Amos and Hosea by

  • Amos and Hosea by

  • Amos (Part 1) by

      In this study, Dr. Sproul studies some of the prophets to see what we can learn and apply to our own lives.  

  • Amos (Part 2) by

      In this study, Dr. Sproul studies some of the prophets to see what we can learn and apply to our own lives.  

  • Analogical Language (part 1) by

    In the study of apologetics , Dr. Sproul shows us the fourth aspect of basic necessary conditions for knowledge-the principle of the analogical use of language.  This is probably the one that seems the most esoteric perhaps to the layperson who …

  • Analogical Language (part 2) by

    In the study of apologetics , Dr. Sproul shows us the fourth aspect of basic necessary conditions for knowledge-the principle of the analogical use of language.  This is probably the one that seems the most esoteric perhaps to the layperson who …