• The Resurrection by

  • 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 Return by

    At the ascension of Christ, the disciples were promised that Jesus would come again, and the second coming of Christ has remained the church’s blessed hope ever since. The second coming has also been the source of great controversy …

  • The Rich Young Ruler by

    If you could ask Jesus just one question face-to-face, what would it be? In Scripture we can read a dialogue between Jesus and a man who had youth, wealth, and influence. But there was one thing he lacked.  In this …

  • 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 Two on the Road to Emmaus by

    It would take a lifetime of Sunday school classes before a person could trace the Messianic passages of Scripture that point to the life, death and resurrection of the Messiah. But for two weary travelers on the road to Emmaus …

  • 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 …

  • The Woman at the Well by

    Everyone hungers for significance. We all desire purpose and meaning as we occupy this world. But what is it in life that brings you the most satisfaction? Is it life itself? Dr. Sproul contemplates this as he looks at Jesus …

  • Transfiguration by

    At the beginning of the gospel of John, the apostle declares, “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory.” It is very likely that John is referring here to the transfiguration of Christ …

  • Triumphal Entrance by

    When “the prophet Jesus, from Nazareth of Galilee” triumphantly entered into Jerusalem, He did so in fulfillment of an Old Testament promise that Israel’s king would come to the city riding a donkey. In this lecture, Dr. R.C …