• Pharaoh’s Steward by

    During the seven years of famine, people went to Joseph looking for food. Rather than give it to them without cost, Joseph had them pay for it. Was this extortion? Was God’s man taking advantage of the people’s …

  • The Revelation by

    It has been said that power corrupts. This truism is often played out in the sphere of sinful human beings, but not always. Joseph was a man who had the power of Pharaoh in his hand. Yet the power he …

  • The Meeting by

    The great Jonathan Edwards wrote a sermon entitled “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” In that sermon he demonstrated that unrepentant sinners have nothing to look forward to other than the unmitigated wrath of an angry God. But …

  • From Prison to Prominence by

    Who would have thought that a Hebrew shepherd boy would grow up to be the prime minister of Egypt? Joseph found himself in places and predicaments that can only be attributed to God’s providence. What was it that brought …

  • The Timing of God’s Providence by

    When Joseph found himself in an Egyptian prison, he had made some friends by helping to interpret their dreams. As a sign of gratitude, they promised to put in a good word for him upon their release. From outward appearances …

  • The Test by

    Scripture says that the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. It also says that we can expect trials and tests throughout our lives. One of the best examples of fear and testing is found in the book of …

  • When the Mighty Fall 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, Dr …

  • 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 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 the Great by

    Israel has had her fair share of kings, but one stands out in particular. What comes to mind when you are reminded of King David? What is it about Israel’s second king that so many others did not have …

  • 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, Dr …

  • The Cripple at the Table 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, Dr …

  • 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 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, Dr …