• Christ in the Shadows by

    Jesus stated that the Law of Moses, the Prophets, and the Psalms spoke of Him, and that He had come to fulfill them. But how are we to understand these words? In this session, Dr. Michael Morales will explore how …

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: Jesus on Every Page by

    In this session based on his new book, Jesus on Every Page, David Murray highlights 10 simple ways to discover the reality of Christ in the Old Testament.

  • Blind Eyes and Deaf Ears by

    Effective communication involves knowing your audience, mastery over language, and making use of stories for illustrative purposes. Jesus, the Master communicator, used these techniques. But as we shall see today, not everyone in His audience was meant to understand. So …

  • The God of Prosperity and Evil by

    God warns in Isaiah 5:20, “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil.” We would expect a good and righteous God to say things like that. But things start to get a little confusing as we read …

  • Jeremiah’s Temple Speech by

    Just because a church is a church does not mean that it’s a church. Confused? Dr. Sproul helps us understand this as he looks at Jeremiah chapter seven and discusses “Jeremiah’s Temple Speech.”

  • Behold! The Day of the Lord by

    All of us are involved with a real unfolding drama of redemption. But when the hero comes to save the day in this story not everyone will be celebrating. In this message entitled “Behold! The Day of the Lord,” Dr …

  • When Bitter Becomes Sweet by

    Are you looking for a shortcut to accelerate your spiritual growth? There just may be a shortcut to spiritual growth, but it will be anything but easy. In fact, this shortcut requires difficulty as a necessary means for the success …

  • How the Old Testament was Formed (Part 2) by

    Many people consider writings such as the Apocrypha to be the inspired word of God that should be included in the canon of Scripture. Others consider the Talmud to be equally binding as the Old Testament writings. How should the …

  • How the Old Testament was Formed (Part 1) by

    Continuing to look at “The Doctrine of Scripture,” Dr. Sproul introduces us to the development of the Old Testament Scriptures and helps us understand some of the history of the canonization of the Bible, in this message entitled “How the …

  • God’s Promise to Eve by

    Oftentimes, when people think of Christmas, nostalgia fills their hearts as their minds take them back to a manger scene in Bethlehem. During this time of year, we are told to remember the reason for the season. Yet, who remembers …

  • God’s Promise to Judah by

    The shepherds of Bethlehem, and whatever animals were present that holy night, gazed upon the Lion of Judah—the promised new-born King. What is the historical significance of that majestic title given to the lowly, babe in the manger? In …

  • God’s Promise to Isaiah by

    Does the Bible actually claim that the Virgin Birth really happened? Some have claimed that the Bible doesn’t really teach the Virgin Birth because of a difference in words used by Matthew and Isaiah. Reflecting on this thought, Dr …

  • God’s Promise to Abraham by

    In Genesis 15, we read of one of the most important events ever recorded in redemptive history. God promised Abraham a blessing. This blessing would find its fulfillment in Abraham’s Seed, and from this Seed countless blessings would flow …

  • God’s Promise to Jeremiah by

    Born in Bethlehem was not only the new-born King, but the new-born Mediator—the One who ushered in the promises and gifts that flow from the New Covenant. But when exactly did the New Covenant begin? What are the differences …

  • Solomon and the Temple by