• Futility of Life 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 …

  • The Futility of Life by

    Is there any meaning in life? What is the point of all this? Why do we wait for the end when we know it is coming? Beginning this study on the book of Ecclesiastes, Dr. Sproul explores the only two …

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  • Gifts From the Father by

    Whenever the word predestination comes up in a Bible study, there is a good chance that a debate will arise. In the book of Ephesians, Paul not only mentions the word but celebrates it. What is your doctrine of predestination …

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  • The Golden Chain of Salvation by

    Many Christians say they do not believe in predestination. But, the Apostle Paul tells us in the book of Romans that predestination is a vital link in what is commonly called the “Golden Chain of Salvation.” What is your view …

  • The Gospel to Samaria by

    At the time of Jesus, five major roads existed, which connected the Roman Empire, and millions of people spoke the common Greek language. This enhanced the ability of the Apostles to spread the gospel. But it wasn’t the Apostles who …

  • Grace to the Humble by

    Are you happy yet? Are you satisfied with your life? What will it take for you to get to a place of contentment? The book of James has your answer, and in “Grace to the Humble,” Dr. Sproul looks at …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • Hear, O Israel by

    A common belief among people is that God will judge us according to our works, and only those who commit the really big sins—like murder—will ever be condemned. But they forget about the great commandment. Have you loved God with …