• Love Your Spouse! by

    Although not a popular word in today’s culture, duty is a moral obligation requiring someone to do something or to refrain from doing something. Like other stations in life, marriage has its own set of obligations. In this message …

  • The Lovingkindness of God by

    The Hebrew word hesed is commonly translated as “loving-kindness” (KJV) or “steadfast love” (ESV). This characteristic is central to the love of God and is found in the Old Testament time and again. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul teaches about …

  • The Loyal Love of God by

    One might not know it from looking at the world around us, but loyalty is a characteristic that is essential for any relationship to survive. Marriages, businesses, and organizations are highly vulnerable when trust is broken and betrayal occurs. Is …

  • Luther’s Discovery by

    There are those who try to uphold the law of God perfectly, only to find themselves frustrated and despairing. The sixteenth century reformer Martin Luther found himself in such a place, but by the grace of God, he found something …

  • Luther & the Lightning Bolt by

    Protestants around the world today celebrate their distinction from the Roman Catholic Church proudly and regularly. Yet, how many actually know the history behind their separation? The old adage “you can’t know where you are going until you know …

  • Lying Donors by

    What is the greatest myth concerning tithing in the church today? ‘What is the tithe, how much should it be, and where should it go?’ are important questions Christians should ask. Examining these questions, Dr. Sproul dispels three common …

  • The Majesty of God by

    It seems people have a problem seeing the majesty of God. Is God in hiding? Does He reveal Himself only to those who believe? In this message, Dr. Sproul shows us where to look if we really want to see …

  • Maker of Heaven and Earth by

    What happens when biblical theology goes head to head with pagan philosophy? A showdown of this sort took place on Mars Hill between the Apostle Paul and philosophers of Athens. What happened that day is typical of what happened when …

  • 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 Man Born Blind by

    The Bible gives numerous examples of people receiving affliction sent by God for their sins. But what about the man born blind? Was it for his sin or his parent’s that he was born that way? In this message …

  • Man’s Radical Fallenness by

    How far did man fall in the Garden? How has sin penetrated into our souls? What did Jesus teach about man’s fallenness? While we may question some of the greatest teachers in the History of the Church about this …

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  • Man: The Supreme Paradox by

    What does it mean to be human? Or put another way, what is man? What makes you more important than a cockroach or a head of lettuce? If we consider the moral dimension of mankind, we can see both noble …