• Foundation of Ethics by

    Every day we make ethical decisions. Many issues we face are relatively simple. They are what we call black and white. Then there are issues that don’t seem to be so clear. What is the foundation of ethics?  Should …

  • Telling the Truth by

    Jesus said, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” Peter reminds us that we are to seek peace and pursue it. Paul goes on to say that if possible, live peaceably with all men. Yet …

  • Making of the Protestant Reformation (part 1) by

    What is the spiritual significance of the Protestant Reformation today? Protestants enjoy unspeakable privileges such as reading the Bible in our own language, attending churches that faithfully proclaim the gospel, and ultimately, peace with God. In this message, Dr. Sproul …

  • Making of the Protestant Reformation (part 2) by

    Christians should not make the mistake of thinking that the movement of the Protestant Reformation is so far removed from our Christian life that we need not pay any mind to it. On the contrary, it is because of the …

  • The Meaning of Dreams by

    Have you ever had a dream that recurs throughout your life? If so, then you are not alone. But what shall we make of dreams? Joseph told his dreams to his brothers and it landed him into slavery. He later …

  • The Dreamer by

    Often when we tell others about an unusual dream that we had, they in turn affirm its peculiarity with laughter and proceed to ask a number of questions to try to interpret it for us. Jacob’s beloved son, Joseph …

  • A Sin Concealed by

    It started off as a simple errand. Jacob sent Joseph to go check on his brothers in the fields. When the brothers saw Joseph coming, they conspired to kill him, but ultimately sold him into the slave trade. On top …

  • Of God and Men by

    All of us at one time or another have been victims of false accusations. We have either been misrepresented or subject to complete fabrications. What are you to do in those situations? Should you stand up for yourself or let …

  • A Strange Vocation by

    Some of us may feel that our vocation does not really contribute to the kingdom of God. Perhaps Joseph felt the same way while he was serving as Potiphar’s slave in Egypt. We can only speculate. But what we …

  • Seduction Revisited by

    We are living in a day where adultery is commonplace in our society. Our postmodern culture has a way of justifying any kind of immoral act as long as it feels right for the individuals involved. As immoral as our …

  • Feast and Famine by

    During the first seven years of his rule as prime minister, Joseph forgot the painful memories of his early years. What caused this release from affliction? Did Joseph put away all thoughts of his former life and family? Dr. Sproul …

  • It’s Not as it Seems by

    All of us experience feelings of despair from time to time. We often feel that things are, not only not going our way, but instead, that they are against us. Accompanying those feelings are feelings of being forgotten by God …

  • The Silver Cup by

    We all know we are sinners. We all know that we are not perfect. Any Bible believing Christian would admit that. But what are you really capable of in your sinful condition? When the sons of Jacob were accused of …

  • Sitting at Joseph’s Table by

    It seemed that Jacob had everything to lose when he sent his sons to Egypt on a mission of securing food for his family. After hearing that his son Simeon was being held captive until the brothers brought back the …

  • The Meeting by

    The great Jonathan Edwards wrote a sermon entitled “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” In that sermon he demonstrated that unrepentant sinners have nothing to look forward to other than the unmitigated wrath of an angry God. But …