• The Coming of the Kingdom by

    How close are we to the Kingdom of God? Old Testament believers looked forward to the coming of the Kingdom, but what about New Testament believers? Are we still waiting for a future breakthrough? Thinking of “The Coming of the …

  • Covenant Renewals by

    For many Christians, the day they came to Christ for salvation was in the midst of a public event, whether at a big crusade or a simple altar call at a local church. With a new-found zeal and determination, repentant …

  • Redemption Secured by

    As a symbol, the cross represents the Christian faith—more specifically the death of Jesus. But what does the death of Jesus mean? How does that apply to Christians? In this message entitled “Redemption Secured,” Dr. Sproul challenges us to …

  • Creation: The Opening Act by

    Whatever happened to the original covenant God established with Adam? Has it been annulled since Adam broke it? In this message entitled “Creation: The Opening Act,” Dr. Sproul explains the nature of the first covenant with Adam and the graciousness …

  • The Passing of God’s Wrath by

    In the early days of the church, there were people who better understood the richness of the New Testament teachings because they understood the Old Testament foundation for the Christian faith. The Apostle Paul relied on that foundation to teach …

  • The Broken Contract by

    As sinners, we break God’s law every day. God has countless charges He could hold against us. But there are some sins in particular that God is concerned with. What is it that God the Judge is most displeased …

  • The Ancient Contract by

    God has sovereignly established a contract with His people called a covenant. But the stipulations and terms are not hidden in the fine print. How much negotiating power do we have in God’s covenants? In “The Ancient Contract,” Dr …

  • Redemption Promised to Abraham by

    Ever since the Fall of Adam, fear has plagued the human soul. The only way for all fear to be dispelled is to have confidence that we will be protected from whatever threatens us. Abraham was a man like us …

  • The Redemption of Noah by

    Long before the Law of Moses, God established capital punishment for anyone who murdered another human being. Why did God enact the death penalty for murder? Is that law still in effect today? In this message entitled “The Redemption of …

  • A Flood of Evil by

    Before God sent a flood on the people of Noah’s day, there was another flood that was overtaking the land. The sons of God were intermarrying with the daughters of men, and evil increased by leaps and bounds to …

  • The Eternal Drama by

    How and when did God decide to save sinners from their sin? Was His plan an afterthought of the Fall? Considering all the sin in the world, does God need to constantly re-write the script to ensure that He gets …

  • The Intrusion of Sin by

    God has made it abundantly clear that we are to obey His commandments; but can we? Do we have the power in and of ourselves to live up to God’s standards? If we don’t, then how can God …

  • David’s House by

    As Christians, we are given a desire to serve God and please Him. But in what direction do we place our zeal? Where do we apply our desires to please God? David was a man after God’s own heart …

  • The Gospel First Announced by

    When Adam and Eve sinned in the Garden, the initial consequence was that all of creation was cursed. But something else happened, too. What good consequence followed the Fall of Adam and Eve? Answering this question, Dr. Sproul takes us …

  • Adam, Our Representative by

    Did Adam misrepresent you in the Garden of Eden? Was God’s judgment of mankind unjust because He chose your representative for you? Considering these questions, Dr. Sproul explains how there was no better representative for mankind than Adam, in …