• A Consuming Fire by

    The imagery of fire normally arouses sentiments of terror and dread. Fire possesses the capacity to destroy and wreak havoc in the worst of ways, and this reality forces us to recall these facts when we think about this powerful …

  • A Divine Mission by

    Many times, Christians look at the great figures of the Old Testament and romanticize their activities and achievements. The Bible clearly lauds these individuals, such as Abraham, Moses, and David, as great men of faith and substance. Yet, it also …

  • A Model of Submission by

    Without question, there are stark differences between Protestant and Roman Catholic understandings of who Mary is and her role in redemptive history. But is there common ground where we can agree? What can we learn from the life of Mary …

  • Amos (Part 1) by

      In this study, Dr. Sproul studies some of the prophets to see what we can learn and apply to our own lives.  

  • A Plea for the Guilty by

    Movie theaters show previews before the feature film to give their audience a taste of future motion pictures. The hope is that, after catching a glimpse of the story, they will want to return and see the whole film. In …

  • A Shadow of Christ by

    The Bible contains amazing narratives about miraculous feats accomplished by the envoys and servants of the Lord. Sometimes, Christians get lost in the miraculous nature of the stories and fail to identify the purpose of the miracles themselves. Apart from …

  • A Sin Concealed by

    It started off as a simple errand. Jacob sent Joseph to go check on his brothers in the fields. When the brothers saw Joseph coming, they conspired to kill him, but ultimately sold him into the slave trade. On top …

  • A Strange Vocation by

    Some of us may feel that our vocation does not really contribute to the kingdom of God. Perhaps Joseph felt the same way while he was serving as Potiphar’s slave in Egypt. We can only speculate. But what we …

  • David by

  • David and Bathsheba by

    King David was called a man after God’s own heart. He understood God’s mercy, grace, and loving kindness. Who could deny that after reading the Psalms? But how do we explain the tragic events involving David, Bathsheba, and …

  • David and Goliath (Part 1) by

    History is full of Christians who have stood for righteousness only to pay with their lives. Doubtless they have found solace not only in the Psalms of David, but also in reading about David’s zeal and courage when he …

  • David and Goliath (Part 2) by

    Do you have giants you must face in your life right now? Do you have your own battles that must be won? Continuing this series on the Life of David, Dr. Sproul revisits the battle between David and Goliath to …

  • David’s Annointing by

    Responding to the constant crying and complaining of the children of Israel, God gave them exactly what they wanted: a king like the other nations. But Saul’s throne was not to endure. God had another king in mind. How …

  • David’s Confusion by

      Shepherd, hymn-writer, and murderer — God chose a man who would fill each of these roles to sit on the throne of Israel. And it was through his family that the great king of the Jews would come. In this series …

  • David’s Great Friendship by

      Shepherd, hymn-writer, and murderer — God chose a man who would fill each of these roles to sit on the throne of Israel. And it was through his family that the great king of the Jews would come. In this series …