• Where Is God When I Need Him? by

    The deep longing of the Christian is to be in the presence of God. But since we serve a God who is invisible by nature, our longing is not satisfied through our five senses. Is it possible for God to …

  • Does God Have a Body? by

    If we were made in the image of God, then does that mean God has a body? How do we understand the nature of God, and how does that affect how we worship Him? Continuing to study the attributes of …

  • Does God Have a Withered Arm? by

    Is your faith beginning to wither? Have you lost your boldness to serve in the kingdom of God? Perhaps if we had a better understanding of the power of God, our own strength would be emboldened. Reflecting on this in …

  • Abiding Love by

    How is God’s love for you manifested in your life toward others? In this lesson, Dr. Sproul takes us to the famous love chapter in 1 Corinthians to reflect upon God’s perfect standard of love as he compares …

  • Modeling God’s Love by

    Since long-suffering love and kindness are rooted in the character of God, Christians should emulate and manifest these traits toward one another. But how is it possible to do so when one is slighted, insulted, or slandered? In this lesson …

  • The Complacent Love of God by

    Does God promise to always work things out for good? And if so, does this promise apply to everyone equally? In this lesson, Dr. Sproul distinguishes between the contemporary meaning of human complacency, which refers to an indifferent, relaxed, smug …

  • Agape Love by

    In the New Testament, there are different Greek words used for “love,” each with its own connotations. Which one of them describes your love for Jesus? Which one describes God’s love for you? How ought we respond to Jesus …

  • The Hatred of God by

    Is it true that God loves the sinner but hates the sin? Shouldn’t an all-loving God be incapable of hating anything or anyone? In this lesson, Dr. Sproul addresses the limitations of God’s love and the reality of His righteous …

  • God’s Benevolent Love by

    As a righteous and just judge who does not delight in the death of the wicked, God always decrees and does what is right. His judgments are permanently based upon His inherent good will toward His people. In this lesson …

  • The Loyal Love of God by

    One might not know it from looking at the world around us, but loyalty is a characteristic that is essential for any relationship to survive. Marriages, businesses, and organizations are highly vulnerable when trust is broken and betrayal occurs. Is …

  • The Lovingkindness of God by

    The Hebrew word hesed is commonly translated as “loving-kindness” (KJV) or “steadfast love” (ESV). This characteristic is central to the love of God and is found in the Old Testament time and again. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul teaches about …

  • God’s Electing Love by

    Not everyone receives God’s eternal love. So, how does a person become a part of God’s family? Is everyone called to be adopted? Is God obligated to give His love to everyone? In this lesson, Dr. Sproul discusses …

  • God’s Eternal Love by

    Because of our creaturely limitations, we are tempted to think of love only in terms of time and space. Almost by default, we frame God’s love in the context of creation. Yet we forget that love was not created. What …

  • God Is Love by

    Scripture tells us that God is love. For this reason, many Christians boldly proclaim that their God is a God of love. Is it possible that the God of love some people are talking about is actually an idol? If …

  • The Consummation of Love by

      In writing his first epistle to Timothy, Paul relied heavily on his understanding of God’s love. Echoing Christ’s teaching that the greatest commandment is love, he exhorted Timothy to focus on ‘love from a pure heart a good conscience …