• Abrahamic Covenant (Part 1) by

    When God makes a promise, He keeps it. But that doesn’t mean we know when He will fulfill His promises. It took a long time for Abraham to see the fulfillment of God’s promise of a son. Why …

  • Abrahamic Covenant (Part 2) by

    How did Abraham really know that God would fulfill His promise? What would be the consequence if God didn’t live up to His part of the covenant? Continuing to look at “The Abrahamic Covenant,” Dr. Sproul explains how Abraham …

  • Adam, Our Representative by

    Did Adam misrepresent you in the Garden of Eden? Was God’s judgment of mankind unjust because He chose your representative for you? Considering these questions, Dr. Sproul explains how there was no better representative for mankind than Adam, in …

  • A Flood of Evil by

    Before God sent a flood on the people of Noah’s day, there was another flood that was overtaking the land. The sons of God were intermarrying with the daughters of men, and evil increased by leaps and bounds to …

  • Chapter 6, Sec. 5-Chapter 8, Sec. 4 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner finishes his study of the corruption of fallen man. He also looks at God’s …

  • Covenant Renewals by

    For many Christians, the day they came to Christ for salvation was in the midst of a public event, whether at a big crusade or a simple altar call at a local church. With a new-found zeal and determination, repentant …

  • Creation Covenant (Part 1) by

    Outside of the church exists countless people and religious groups who do not believe in the God of the Bible. Because of that, they are not enjoying the promises and benefits of Christ under the new covenant economy. But does …

  • Creation Covenant (Part 2) by

    As an image-bearer of God, Adam was required to obey the stipulations of God’s covenant in order to achieve righteousness and everlasting life. Disobedience to the covenant would result in death. What was the effect of Adam’s sin …

  • Creation Covenant (Part 3) by

    The serpent was a cunning creature in the Garden. His war on God’s word was waged in the name of human freedom. Echoes of that attack have been ringing throughout history. How can man be a free being if …

  • Creation: The Opening Act by

    Whatever happened to the original covenant God established with Adam? Has it been annulled since Adam broke it? In this message entitled “Creation: The Opening Act,” Dr. Sproul explains the nature of the first covenant with Adam and the graciousness …

  • Davidic Covenant by

    As the Lord’s anointed, David received a promise from God that his kingship would never leave his house. But after 400 years, the dynasty ended, or so it seemed. God has made good on His promise; He has set …

  • David’s House by

    As Christians, we are given a desire to serve God and please Him. But in what direction do we place our zeal? Where do we apply our desires to please God? David was a man after God’s own heart …

  • Mosaic Covenant (Part 1) by

    By far the most complicated covenant to understand in its relation to the covenant of grace is the Mosaic covenant. In this lecture, Dr. Sproul seeks to explain the relationship of the Law to the believer, and to discuss the …

  • Mosaic Covenant (Part 2) by

    The Mosaic covenant was established after Israel’s redemption from Egypt. Thus, it was a gracious covenant enacted to draw all the nations of the world to Israel’s holy God. Dr. Sproul, in this message, continues to expound upon …

  • Noahic Covenant by

    The sins of the earth were full, and it was time to start again. Making a covenant with Noah and his family, God chose to graciously save them from the perilous deep. In so doing, God subdued once again the …