• The Rich Man and Lazarus by

    When your life is over and you look back on it, what will you most regret? In this message entitled “The Rich Man and Lazarus,” Dr. Sproul looks at the destinies of two men whose lives took a rather unexpected …

  • The Widow and the Judge by

    In the eighteenth chapter of Luke’s gospel, we read of the parable of a widow who continually went to a judge seeking justice. After repeated attempts, she finally gets what she desires. How does this story relate to the …

  • The Resurrection & the Life by

    In what do you place your hope of life after death? Life after death has been a concern for most people throughout the history of mankind; however, the biblical argument of it goes well beyond speculative reason. In this message …

  • The Way, the Truth, & the Life by

    Today there is still confusion about who Jesus is. Some critics who maintain His deity have forfeited His sinlessness. Others who claim to search for the “historical Jesus” have said Jesus never made claims to deity. So who knows the …

  • Before Abraham Was, I AM by

    In this message entitled “Before Abraham Was, I AM,” Dr. Sproul examines the most controversial I AM saying of Jesus as he re-visits an encounter Jesus had with some children of Abraham as they discussed their family tree.

  • The Bread of Life by

    The world is in the middle of an identity crisis—that is, it doesn’t know the real identity of Jesus. But rather than asking everyone else, the best way to know who Jesus really is, is to find out …

  • The Good Shepherd by

    Jesus claimed to be the shepherd of God’s people, and the sheep do hear His voice.  Words of this magnitude proclaimed in the midst of Pharisees are sure to be controversial. Of those who heard Jesus’ words that day …

  • The Sheep Gate by

    Who do Christians think they are to tell Buddhists, Hindus, Jews, and Muslims that they are not going to Heaven?” pluralists protest. When confronted with these kinds of questions the Christian needs to appeal to authority. In this case, it …

  • The True Vine by

    How do we understand Jesus’ teaching about the vine and the branches? Jesus said He was the Vine, His people are the branches, and that the branches are called to produce fruit. What about the branches that do not produce …

  • The Light of the World by

    Jesus said, “I am the light of the world.” But what does “light of the world” really mean? Dr. Sproul looks at how Jesus is this light, and explains the sense in which we all benefit from it, though there …

  • Questions and Answers by

    Is it proper to pray for God’s judgment to fall on our enemies? Why did Jesus speak in parables? Did Lazarus go to heaven because he was poor? These are just some of the questions that Dr. Sproul and …

  • The Good Samaritan by

    How far will you go to be a good neighbor? Beginning this new series on the parables of Jesus, Dr. Sproul examines the parable of “The Good Samaritan” as he helps us understand our duty as good neighbors.

  • The Ten Virgins by

    The Kingdom of God is coming. Until that unknown hour comes, people everywhere are called to watch, wait, and be ready. This is the reoccurring theme in what are referred to as the kingdom parables. In this message, Dr. Sproul …

  • The Miracles of Jesus by

  • The Miracles of Jesus by