• A Righteousness from God by

  • 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 …

  • A Tale of Two Representatives by

    Who wants to be punished for what someone else did? We can agree that in at least some cases, it would be unjust for someone to be punished for something they didn’t do. But can that be applied to …

  • A Time for Everything by

      “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless” (Ecclesiastes 1:2). Ecclesiastes was written long ago, but the teacher’s message couldn’t be more relevant. His ancient voice of despair is echoed by countless intellectual and cultural elites in our era. Into …

  • A Tour of Ephesus by

    Perhaps it seems like a no-brainer to say the book of Ephesians was written to the Ephesians. It is also seems equally obvious that in God’s providence this epistle was incorporated in the Canon of Scripture for the whole …

  • Be Strong and Courageous by

    All of us have battles that we must overcome in our lives. Sickness, the death of loved ones, and financial crisis are just a few of the battles we face. If ever there were times we wanted to experience God …

  • Beware of Apostasy by

    Scripture gives grave warnings and severe punishments for the sin of apostasy. What is apostasy? What is the real danger of apostasy and in what ways does it manifest itself in the church? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains the …

  • Beware of Idolatry by

    Perhaps you have heard some Christians say they worship a God of love. Although the Bible tells us that God is love, they may be speaking of an idol. How is that possible? What happens when God’s people create …

  • Building Amidst Opposition by

    As the Kingdom of God advances, can the people of God avoid controversy and opposition? Nehemiah faced many of the same hardships as any leader. If organizing a massive building project were not enough, Nehemiah had to lead the people …

  • But God by

    The Apostle Paul says in the book of Ephesians that people are dead in their sins before they receive the gospel. That being true, how can dead people believe the gospel in order that they may be saved? How do …

  • Can a Christian Lose His Salvation? by

    Many of us have had friends and family who said they were Christians fall away from the faith they once professed. Judging by our experience, it would be easy to conclude that they have lost their salvation. But we know …

  • Can You Escape? by

      “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless” (Ecclesiastes 1:2). Ecclesiastes was written long ago, but the teacher’s message couldn’t be more relevant. His ancient voice of despair is echoed by countless intellectual and cultural elites in our era. Into …

  • Characteristics of Wisdom Literature by

  • Characteristics of Wisdom Literature by

  • 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 …