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  • Always Reforming by

    A short-sighted diagnosis leads to treatment of the symptoms only, while ignoring the root cause of them. Nehemiah knew this, and when he saw the walls of Jerusalem destroyed and the gates burned, he saw past the rubble to a …

  • The Test of Personal Hardship by

    No one said the Christian life would be easy. What preparations have you made to be ready when personal hardship comes your way? Nehemiah faced many hardships, as does the church today. Thinking of this in this message, Dr. Sproul …

  • 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 …

  • Weeping for God’s People by

    You’ve seen the bumper sticker “Pray for Our Nation.” But what are we praying for? When Nehemiah heard the report of the condition of Israel in his day, he prayed. His prayer was for the rebuilding of Israel, of …

  • Living in Exile by

    The war is in full swing and the city walls have been breached. Have all vestiges of decency, morality, and virtue been destroyed? Who is the enemy? What will be the response of the church? In this message, Dr. Sproul …

  • Introduction to Wisdom by

    When you think of philosophy, do you think of useless pursuits of abstract thoughts and meaningless questions that have no connection to real life?  Isn’t philosophy a worldly study rather than a Christian endeavor? Beginning this series on Wisdom …

  • The Psalms by

    When the disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray, He gave them the “Lord’s Prayer.” Without question, this is the model that sums-up all of the essential elements of prayer when we bring our praise and requests to …

  • Ecclesiastes, Job, and the Song of Solomon by

    The Bible has never been without controversy. That is because it speaks on the deep issues of life that we are all acquainted with intimately. We all have our own personal way of dealing with these issues—often to our …

  • Proverbs by

    Are the critics right? Does the Bible really have contradictions? If not, then what do we do with difficult Bible passages that seem to contradict one another? Certainly embracing contradictions would not be wise. Continuing this series on Wisdom, Dr …