• 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 …

  • Things Great and Small by

    It is only natural for people to desire a life of significance—to make a difference in the world around them. Most of us will never do those things that solicit the world’s attention. But as we shall see …

  • Evil is Not Good by

    No Christian in his right mind would dare say that the goodness of God is evil. But there are other ways the secret thoughts of our hearts are communicated. It has been said that actions speak louder than words. We …

  • Providence and Suffering by

    The Psalmist asked, “Why do the wicked prosper, while the righteous suffer?” The prophet Habakkuk asked virtually the same question in his day as he witnessed his homeland overrun with the invading armies of the Chaldeans. Initially, from Habakkuk’s …

  • The Mystery of God’s Providence by

    Whatever you decide to do in life, it will be according to God’s sovereign plan. So, ultimately which is it: your plan or God’s? How do our actions work with God’s providence? In this lecture Dr. Sproul …

  • 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 …

  • Providence and Accidents by

    Perhaps you or someone you know has experienced loss of a loved one in an accident—in what appears to be a random event. When accidents happen, we search for causes and meaning, hoping that it was not all for …

  • Gideon’s Battle by

    God’s word tells us that we are to live by faith, not by sight. But our responses to life’s trials are often riddled with sin when we distrust the goodness of God’s Providence. Here Dr. Sproul will …

  • 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 …

  • The Historic Paedo-Baptist Position by

  • God’s Promise to Eve by

    Oftentimes, when people think of Christmas, nostalgia fills their hearts as their minds take them back to a manger scene in Bethlehem. During this time of year, we are told to remember the reason for the season. Yet, who remembers …

  • God’s Promise to Judah by

    The shepherds of Bethlehem, and whatever animals were present that holy night, gazed upon the Lion of Judah—the promised new-born King. What is the historical significance of that majestic title given to the lowly, babe in the manger? In …

  • God’s Promise to Jeremiah by

    Born in Bethlehem was not only the new-born King, but the new-born Mediator—the One who ushered in the promises and gifts that flow from the New Covenant. But when exactly did the New Covenant begin? What are the differences …

  • God’s Promise to Isaiah by

    Does the Bible actually claim that the Virgin Birth really happened? Some have claimed that the Bible doesn’t really teach the Virgin Birth because of a difference in words used by Matthew and Isaiah. Reflecting on this thought, Dr …

  • God’s Promise to Abraham by

    In Genesis 15, we read of one of the most important events ever recorded in redemptive history. God promised Abraham a blessing. This blessing would find its fulfillment in Abraham’s Seed, and from this Seed countless blessings would flow …