• The Doctrine of Baptism by

    For many Christians, baptism is something administered upon a credible confession of faith, and anything else would be unbiblical. Does the New Testament say we must baptize babies? Does it prohibit the baptism of babies? What is the biblical case …

  • Christ and David by

    Death is an everyday occurrence in the world. Many call it a part of life, but actually, death is the end of life. And once it comes upon a person, the natural thing that occurs is decomposition and decay. But …

  • Life in the Early Church by

    There are many today who consider themselves to be born-again Christians. Presbyterians, Pentecostals, Catholics, and Charismatics all claim to be spirit-filled. So, what are the true marks of a Christian? In “Life in the Early Church,” Dr. Sproul looks to …

  • Peter’s Sermon (Part 3) by

    Today we hear Jesus called many things with the common exception of one defining title: Lord. On the day of Pentecost, Peter preached the name above all names and how we ought to approach Him. In this message, R.C …

  • The Ascension by

    The disciples asked the Lord many questions during His earthly ministry. And right before Jesus ascended to heaven, there was one final question they asked of their Master. Did they get their answer? On this weekend edition of Renewing Your …

  • A Second Account by

    Luke is recognized by some as the greatest historian of antiquity. The book of Acts is rich in historical detail. But this early account is more than a history book of the early church. In this introductory message, Dr. Sproul …

  • Healing at the Gate Beautiful by

    During the time of the early church, being crippled meant that you were destined to a life of poverty and begging. In the book of Acts, we read of one such man who was born lame and unable to walk …

  • Pentecost by

    Before Jesus ascended into heaven, He told the Apostles to go to Jerusalem and wait. On the day of Pentecost, their wait was over. A mighty rushing wind, tongues of fire, and power from on high came upon them. But …

  • Peter’s Sermon (Part 1) by

    We know of the high priestly prayer Jesus offered for future believers in John’s gospel, but what about Moses’ prayer for those same believers? It was a long time coming, but Moses’ prayer was finally answered at Pentecost and …

  • Peter’s Sermon (Part 2) by

    Judas Iscariot, the Sanhedrin, Pontius Pilate, and the mob in Jerusalem all contributed to the events at Golgotha. But there was yet another, without whom the crucifixion would have never taken place. By whose hand was Jesus sent to the …

  • A Living Hope by

    Our hopes and dreams for things in this world vary in importance, but no matter how great the hope is, it is still of this world. The Bible speaks of the Christian’s hope in a category completely different from …

  • Living Stones in a Spiritual House by

    The Bible makes it clear that the church of Jesus Christ is the redeemed people whom Jesus died to save. Yet the Bible uses various metaphors to describe them; such as a flock of sheep, the body of Christ, and …

  • Living Under Authority by

    God in His grace has chosen to create a people to submit to His authority. But the New Testament tells us that we must also submit to the authority of earthly rulers. For whose sake do we obey them? Is …

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  • Grow Up! by

    When Christ redeemed us from sin and death, He incorporated all believers into His body. It is therefore critical to understand the nature and calling of the church that we might be effective members of the one body that is …