• Peace with God by

    If you are a justified sinner in the eyes of God, you have a peace that can never be breeched. But if you are not justified before God, then you are in a war. Where do you stand? Dr. Sproul …

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  • Pentecost by

    Before Jesus ascended into heaven, He told the Apostles to go to Jerusalem and wait. On the day of Pentecost, their wait was over. A mighty rushing wind, tongues of fire, and power from on high came upon them. But …

  • Perfectly Perfect by

    One definition of God offered by Webster’s dictionary is: the Being perfect in power, wisdom, and goodness whom men worship as creator and ruler of the universe. This definition is in harmony with Christian theology, but do we really …

  • Perseverance of the Saints by

    Dr. Sproul refers to many New Testament scriptures that give us confidence that God is going to preserve us and bring our work of redemption to its completion in heaven. The doctrine of “The Perseverance of the Saints” speaks directly …

  • Perseverance of the Saints by

    Can people who are saved lose their salvation? If not, then how do we explain those people who have fallen away? In this message, Dr. Sproul thinks about these questions as he looks at “Perseverance of the Saints.” 

  • Persevering in the Faith by

    What part does the Christian play in the plan of salvation, if any? If salvation hinges on our performance, then our confidence is only as good as our latest good work. But Ephesians chapter 2 says that our salvation is …

  • Personal Bias by

    Continuing the discussion on why people come to different conclusions about very serious matters, we now come to the fourth reason Dr. Sproul has discussed in previous lectures. The fourth reason: the root of psychological pressure or prejudice and how …

  • Peter and Judas by

    How secure is your position in Christ? For many of us, heaven is a long way off. The road to glory is long and hard. The time from now to then may feel like an eternity as we face life …

  • Peter in Prison by

    In the book of Acts, we read of Peter’s imprisonment and the subsequent release after the prayers of believers ascended into heaven. God answered their prayers. But there are other times, such as in the case of James, when …

  • Peter’s Second Speech by

    When Peter and John told the crippled beggar to get up and walk, people marveled at the miraculous sight. Peter used that occasion to tell them the real reason they should be marveling. Continuing through the book of Acts, Dr …

  • Peter’s Sermon (Part 1) by

    We know of the high priestly prayer Jesus offered for future believers in John’s gospel, but what about Moses’ prayer for those same believers? It was a long time coming, but Moses’ prayer was finally answered at Pentecost and …

  • Peter’s Sermon (Part 2) by

    Judas Iscariot, the Sanhedrin, Pontius Pilate, and the mob in Jerusalem all contributed to the events at Golgotha. But there was yet another, without whom the crucifixion would have never taken place. By whose hand was Jesus sent to the …