• 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.

  • Hosea (Part 1) by

    We serve a God who is full of compassion and grace. His mercies are new every morning. Is it possible for God, who is infinitely gracious, kind, and merciful, to place limits on His mercy? In this message, Dr. Sproul …

  • Hosea (Part 2) by

    There are many frivolous law suits that tie up the court system every day. It might seem to the modern mind that suing somebody for being ignorant is one of those frivolous lawsuits. But in Hosea’s day, a whole …

  • Isaiah (Part 2) by

    The Bible describes Jesus as a Rock of Offense to those who are perishing. His message is rejected by those who do not have ears to hear. What is it that is so offensive about the gospel? Did it really …

  • Elijah by

    For the servants of God, humility dictates that we lead steadfast and faithful lives and let the Lord decide how we leave this world. Elijah knew that truth full well, yet his departure from this world was second only to …

  • Jeremiah (Part 2) by

    Jeremiah was called by God to deal with the religious leaders of his day. He didn’t rank high in the popularity polls, and the more he preached, the more unpopular he became. What would Jeremiah say to the New …

  • Jeremiah (Part 1) by

    What would cause a man who doesn’t want to be a prophet, to be a prophet? Continuing this series entitled “Great Men to Live By,” Dr. Sproul discusses the call of Jeremiah and the message God wanted to speak through …

  • Feed My Sheep by

    Jesus often used the metaphor of sheep and shepherd to help us understand our relationship with Him. Dr. Sproul looks at the gospel of John chapter 21 as he delivers his message, “Feed My Sheep,” from the pulpit of Saint …

  • Questions and Answers by

  • John the Baptist by

    John the Baptist lived a unique life… so what can we do in the twenty-first century to emulate this forerunner of the Messiah? What life pattern can we adopt as ours while we seek to live godly lives? Dr. Sproul …

  • The Rich, Young Ruler by

    If you could ask Jesus just one question face-to-face, what would it be? In Scripture we can read a dialogue between Jesus and a man who had youth, wealth, and influence. But there was one thing he lacked. In this …

  • The Adulterous Woman by

    The Bible records Jesus writing only once. What did He write that day? What was so significant about the words He wrote, and what lesson can we learn from them? Thinking of this, Dr. Sproul talks about the woman caught …

  • The Two on the Road to Emmaus by

    It would take a lifetime of Sunday school classes before a person could trace the Messianic passages of Scripture that point to the life, death and resurrection of the Messiah. But for two weary travelers on the road to Emmaus …

  • The Woman at the Well by

    Everyone hungers for significance. We all desire purpose and meaning as we occupy this world. But what is it in life that brings you the most satisfaction? Is it life itself? Dr. Sproul contemplates this as he looks at Jesus …

  • Moses & Elijah by

    The Mount of Transfiguration represents a crucial point in the life of Christ. But going to the mount was not the last stop on Jesus’ ministry journeys. His earthly ministry did not end in a blaze of glory, rather the …