• Sacraments by

    What are the differences between the sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church and those of historic Protestantism? Why does Rome have seven sacraments instead of two? What is the function of sacraments in the duties of the Roman Catholic clergy …

  • The Virgin Mary by

    A distinctive feature of the Roman Catholic Church is the veneration of Mary, the mother of Jesus. Any baptized and confirmed Roman Catholic parishioner has recited the Hail Mary. Is there anything in the content of the Hail Mary that …

  • The Role of Women in the Church by

  • A Picture of Repentance by

    When you first responded to the gospel, did you go forward at an altar call? Did you sign a card or raise your hand? Now how about the real question, did you repent? In “A Picture of Repentance,” Dr. Sproul …

  • Regenation and Repentance by

    God has commanded people everywhere to repent, but are they able to?  What if we couldn’t repent? Would God command us to do something that we simply couldn’t do—like repent? If your answer is no, then you …

  • 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 …

  • What is Repentance? by

    Both believer and unbeliever are called to repent. But what exactly is repentance? Is it simply saying sorry for a sin committed? Is repenting merely ceasing from bad behavior? In this message, Dr. Sproul begins a new series on the …

  • Questions and Answers by

    Does God have displeasure with His people? How can we know the difference between the conviction of the Holy Spirit and the accusations of the devil? How much remorse must a Christian have for sin? Can there be too little …

  • God’s Providence to Job by

    So…were you there or not? This may seem like a silly question, but remember, this was one of the first of many questions God had for his servant Job who struggled with God’s providence. As we ourselves seek …

  • Providence and Evil by

    What does the existence of evil say about the goodness of God? How are we to understand God’s providence as we experience all kinds of evil happening around us? Through the centuries, people have been trying to reconcile the …

  • To Those Who Love God by

    The great Puritan divine, Thomas Watson once said, “God’s Providence is the helm which turns about the whole ship of the universe.” In other words: God controls everything. Nothing is outside of God’s control. All that happens is …

  • Together for Good by

    Perhaps the most visited Scripture in our times of need is Romans 8:28. It assures us that all things work together for good to those who love God and who have been called according to His purpose. As Dr …

  • Suffering and Sin by

    As we seek to understand God’s providence, we are forced to deal with questions of human suffering.  Where does suffering fit in God’s divine plan? How much of our suffering is directly related to our personal sin? How …

  • Trusting God’s Providence by

    The rain falls on the just and the unjust; foxes have holes and birds have nests, while lilies adorn the fields. Everything in creation is under the providing care of God. Not only does God supply all things, but He …

  • Providence: Seen and Unseen by

    By faith, we hold to the promise of God that “all things work together for good to those who love God.” And as we go through life, we are able to see that promise manifest itself through blessing upon blessing …