• 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 …

  • Saul’s Jealousy 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 Hood 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 Revenge 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 …

  • Nathan’s Confrontation by

    All of us sin. It is part of our fallen nature. But thanks be to God that if we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins. But what does it take for us to …

  • David’s Great Repentance by

    After David’s sin with Bathsheba and the murder of her husband, Uriah the Hittite, Nathan the prophet confronted David with a severe word from the Lord. From that moment on, David’s family experienced violence and division, and the …

  • I Will Build My Church by

    What is the church built on? What foundation lies beneath this ancient institution we call the Church of Jesus Christ? Here, Dr. Sproul answers these questions in the message entitled “I Will Build My Church.”

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  • Jonah by

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

  • Habakkuk by

    In the days of Habakkuk, it seemed that evil was prevailing. Israel’s enemies were rising against the people of God and it appeared that God was doing nothing to intervene. How long would God allow Israel’s enemies to …

  • Micah (Part 1) by

  • Micah (Part 2) by

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

  • Isaiah (Part 1) by

    The children of Israel were known for breaking covenant with God by placing their trust in other gods, foreign alliances, and their own strength. In a sense, they declared independence from God. Will there ever be a government that will …