• Father, Glorify Your Son by

    In churches, we often hold social gatherings in order to grow in our knowledge of one another. There is perhaps no other gathering where we get to know people better than the prayer meeting. There, we have the privilege, as …

  • Foot Washing in Five Stages by

    The day before His crucifixion, Jesus shared His heart with His disciples. In what we know as the Upper Room or Farewell Discourse of John 13–17, He announced His betrayal and denial; foretold His death, glorification, and departure from …

  • Getting Inside Their Heads by

    So far in this series, the Upper Room Discourse has taken the disciples on a roller coaster of emotions, especially with the pronouncement of betrayal and denial within the inner circle of disciples. If that was not enough, Jesus would …

  • Given for Beauty by

    Surely it is significant that the first individuals in Scripture said to be filled with the Holy Spirit were Bezalel and Oholiab (Ex. 31:1–11), craftsmen tasked with executing God’s plans for building and furnishing the tabernacle. Our …

  • Glorified Yet Denied by

    The polluted atmosphere changed with the departure of Judas from the Upper Room. Jesus then more freely opened Himself and His plan to the remaining disciples. The moment anticipated in John 1:14 had come. The Son of Man had …

  • God-Centered Concept of Truth by

      We believe that God has ordained the preaching of His Word, prayer, and the sacraments as the means by which He sanctifies people’s lives. There is no substitute for the Scriptures if we want to know and please God …

  • God-Centered Theology by

      We believe that God has ordained the preaching of His Word, prayer, and the sacraments as the means by which He sanctifies people’s lives. There is no substitute for the Scriptures if we want to know and please God …

  • God So Loved the World by

    God’s work of redemption involves more than the salvation of a handful of souls. In this session, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson will explore the breadth of the promises of the gospel. He will explain how Scripture moves from the glorious …

  • Hallowed Be Your Name by

    In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus instructed His disciples to acknowledge the Father’s holiness and to adore Him in their every prayer. He is the one whom the seraphim adore, singing, “Holy, holy, holy is the LORD of hosts …

  • His Deepest Desires Revealed by

    The room was silent as Jesus continued praying—probably as His disciples had never heard Him pray before. Judas had departed, and Peter likely sat disturbed about the denial Jesus had predicted. We saw in the last lesson that Jesus …

  • Homo Sapiens by

    In its third year as an academic institution, Reformation Bible College remains committed to providing an education governed by the wisdom of God revealed in Scripture. This session featuring Dr. Sinclair Ferguson is the address that is part of our …

  • Interview with Sinclair Ferguson & Chris Larson (June 22, 2011) by ,

    Chris Larson, president of Ligonier Ministries, recently sat down with Ligonier teaching fellow Dr. Sinclair Ferguson to discuss a variety of topics, including mentoring and leadership, corporate worship, the “new calvinism”, and sanctification. Questions:

    1. Who were some of those that …

  • It Is Better That Another Comes by

    Martin Luther’s students often conversed over dinner with him and recorded many of his comments in what became known as Table Talk. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson speaks of the “table talk” of Jesus that John recorded in the …

  • Justification and the New Perspective on Paul and Related Issues by

    Sinclair Ferguson takes a critical look at justification, the New Perspective on Paul, and other related issues.

  • Losing My Religion by

    Even among those who hold to the basic truths of the Christian gospel, there is a tendency to remain content with milk and never strive to dig into the meat of the Word. Doctrinal shallowness is endemic and accepted. In …