• David’s Hood by

      Shepherd, hymn-writer, and murderer — God chose a man who would fill each of these roles to sit on the throne of Israel. And it was through his family that the great king of the Jews would come. In this series …

  • David’s Revenge by

      Shepherd, hymn-writer, and murderer — God chose a man who would fill each of these roles to sit on the throne of Israel. And it was through his family that the great king of the Jews would come. In this series …

  • David’s Great Repentance by

    After David’s sin with Bathsheba and the murder of her husband, Uriah the Hittite, Nathan the prophet confronted David with a severe word from the Lord. From that moment on, David’s family experienced violence and division, and the …

  • Nathan’s Confrontation by

    All of us sin. It is part of our fallen nature. But thanks be to God that if we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins. But what does it take for us to …

  • Finding a Job that Fits by

    Many people are spending forty or more hours a week performing job duties that have nothing to do with their God-given vocation. What good reason do you have to account for all that time you spend at your present job …

  • Looking for God’s Will by

    How do you know the will of God for your life? What measures have you taken to find that out? Beginning this series on Knowing God’s Will, Dr. Sproul discusses the ordinary ways God communicates His will to His …

  • God’s Will and Your Vocation by

    How can you be sure that the work you are doing is what God wants you to be doing? Where do the people of God fit in the world and in the church? God has given us guidelines in Scripture …

  • Questions & Answers by

    Dr. Sproul is joined by his son Dr. RC Sproul Jr. to answer some common yet difficult questions concerning the will of God. They also discuss the comfort that the people of God can experience when God’s sovereignty is …

  • The Internal & External Call by

    What is your vocation? You may not know that you have one, but we all have a God-given vocation that we have been called to, though finding it will take some work. In this message, Dr. Sproul encourages us to …

  • The Resurrection & the Life by

    In what do you place your hope of life after death? Life after death has been a concern for most people throughout the history of mankind; however, the biblical argument of it goes well beyond speculative reason. In this message …

  • The Way, the Truth, & the Life by

    Today there is still confusion about who Jesus is. Some critics who maintain His deity have forfeited His sinlessness. Others who claim to search for the “historical Jesus” have said Jesus never made claims to deity. So who knows the …

  • Before Abraham Was, I AM by

    In this message entitled “Before Abraham Was, I AM,” Dr. Sproul examines the most controversial I AM saying of Jesus as he re-visits an encounter Jesus had with some children of Abraham as they discussed their family tree.

  • The True Vine by

    How do we understand Jesus’ teaching about the vine and the branches? Jesus said He was the Vine, His people are the branches, and that the branches are called to produce fruit. What about the branches that do not produce …

  • The Good Shepherd by

    Jesus claimed to be the shepherd of God’s people, and the sheep do hear His voice.  Words of this magnitude proclaimed in the midst of Pharisees are sure to be controversial. Of those who heard Jesus’ words that day …

  • The Light of the World by

    Jesus said, “I am the light of the world.” But what does “light of the world” really mean? Dr. Sproul looks at how Jesus is this light, and explains the sense in which we all benefit from it, though there …