• The Anthem of the Angels by

    Every country has its own anthem; but is there an anthem just for God? Is there a royal anthem for the King of Kings? What do the citizens of heaven sing in unity, and how can we sing in concert …

  • Blazing with Glory by

    Every day when we go outside we are bombarded with potentially blinding light rays from the sun. But as awesome as our sun may seem, it pales in comparison to the infinite glory of God. In this message, Dr. Sproul …

  • A Call to Holiness by

    Christians are often uncomfortable thinking of each other as “holy ones.” Yet the call to God’s people is “You shall be holy; for I am holy” (Lev. 11:44/ 1 Peter 1:16). It is through faith in Christ …

  • The Christian Wife and Mother by

    We are called to be holy. But that call extends beyond our personal lives. God also has called families to be set apart. Our pre-conference seminar, “The Set-Apart Family,” will feature Susan Hunt, R.C. Sproul, R.C. Sproul Jr …

  • Cosmic Treason by

    The Old Testament records severe warnings against violating God’s holiness. With these warnings come a threat of punishment to any who would violate the admonitions. As people, we understand the concept of crime and punishment, but as sinners, we often …

  • Covering the Shame by

    It seems that for every possible scenario in life, people have devised appropriate clothing to match the occasion. So, what is the dress code for holiness? Is there anything we can do to protect ourselves from the unrelenting nature of …

  • Encountering God by

    Some believe that God’s transcendence disallows for any close personal dealings with His creation. Christianity rejects that extreme view; however, God is transcendent—not trapped by space and time. So how are we to understand God’s proximity to us …

  • The Fall of a Hero by

    How do many people remember Uzziah, the king of Judah in the southern kingdom of Israel? Thinking about him, it actually isn’t so much his life that has significance for us today, but his death. What was so special …

  • The Father as Prophet, Priest, and King by

    We are called to be holy. But that call extends beyond our personal lives. God also has called families to be set apart. Our pre-conference seminar, “The Set-Apart Family,” will feature Susan Hunt, R.C. Sproul, R.C. Sproul Jr …

  • Fear and Trembling by

    The prophet Isaiah knew holiness when he saw it. The angels never stop singing about it. Peter couldn’t face it, and the disciples stood in fear of it. So it is unanimous: God is holy. But now what? What does …

  • Finding the Glory by

    Where does your sense of worth or value come from? Try as we may to measure ourselves by ourselves, we will never properly esteem ourselves until we find a reliable standard. That’s exactly what Isaiah did, and in this …

  • Forty Years of Proclaiming God’s Holiness by

    Ligonier Ministries’ purpose is to awaken as many people as possible to the holiness of God by proclaiming, teaching, and defending God’s holiness in all its fullness. In this interview with Chris Larson, Dr. R.C. Sproul expands on this …

  • A Hard Lesson Learned by

    Could it be that some of the events in the Old Testament are incompatible with the God of the New Testament? In the New Testament, we read of God’s attributes like mercy, grace, and love being perfectly exhibited in …

  • Here I Am, Send Me by

    The prophet Isaiah was a man who lived his whole life in the Holy Land. He was raised with the Scriptures, went to the Temple, and knew the law of God. But it wasn’t until his encounter with the …

  • Holiness and God by