• The Anointing of the Seventy by

    Moses had a very difficult calling. He was not a pastor of a local mid-sized congregation: he was the shepherd of over nearly a million people. A responsibility like that cannot be handled alone. Fortunately for Moses, he was not …

  • Are Miracles for Today? by

    A subject that’s debated all the time in the life of the church is the topic of miracles. Should we as 20th Century Christians, expect miracles to be occurring in the life of the church today, or have miracles …

  • The Baptism of the Holy Spirit by

    Have you been asked, “Are you baptized in the Holy Spirit?” What does that mean? Here, Dr. Sproul discusses subjects associated with “The Baptism of the Holy Spirit.” He discusses topics such as speaking in tongues and the idea of …

  • The Baptism of the Holy Spirit (Part 1) by

    You don’t need to be a Christian long before you hear about the baptism of the Holy Spirit. Soon you realize that there are multiple teachings about the meaning of this sacred phenomenon. What is the significance of the …

  • The Baptism of the Holy Spirit (Part 2) by

    Is the baptism of the Holy Spirit available for Christians today? Is it for all believers? Is speaking-in-tongues the initial sign of this baptism? Considering these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul looks to the book of Acts to understand …

  • The Biblical Witness by

    The word Trinity is not found anywhere in the Bible. So why do Christians insist that the Bible teaches this doctrine? In this message entitled “The Biblical Witness,” Dr. Sproul considers this as he shows how the doctrine of …

  • Born of the Spirit by

    In the latter part of the twentieth century, “born-again Christian” became a popular term to describe people who underwent a conversion experience to Christianity. Where did this idea of being born again come from? Why must people be born again …

  • The Breath of Life by

  • The Breath of the Almighty by

    The third person of the Trinity is the Holy Spirit, the one whom Job refers to as “the breath of the Almighty.” His work includes conforming believers to the holy image of Christ. In this lecture, Dr. Begg looks …

  • Chapters 34-35 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this final message, Dr. John Gerstner examines the revised Confession on the Holy Spirit and studies the Gospel of the …

  • Contradiction vs. Mystery by

    The doctrine of the Trinity is not without difficulty, but it is both biblical and logical. Try as we may to fully understand God’s triune nature, there are limits to what we can grasp with our minds. Does that make …

  • Divine Illumination by

    It seems like you’ve read the same Bible passage hundreds of times only for it to jump off the page one day. Suddenly it makes perfect sense as to its meaning and application. But sometimes, the meaning you think …

  • Dwelling Within by

    The temptations endured by Jesus in the wilderness are remarkable accounts of Jesus’ righteous fortitude in the face of the most trying conditions. Having received the approval of the Father and the anointing of the Spirit at His baptism, Jesus …

  • Early Controversies by

    During the early centuries of the church, there were many attempts to explain the divinity of Jesus and His relation to the Father. With nearly every attempt, a heresy was born and controversy followed. Yet, orthodoxy prevailed. In this message …

  • The Face of God by

    Many people have claimed at various times and in various ways that the God of the Old Testament is not the same God as the God of the New Testament. Sadly, this assertion misunderstands the nature and purposes of God …