• Confession, Forgiveness, & Cleansing by

    Our understanding of how serious a problem is determines the kind of solution we will seek. For instance, a person who is experiencing an illness will often delay a visit to the doctor until he is convinced that he cannot …

  • Against Our Own Sin by

    The Russian novelist Alexander Solzhenitsyn once wrote: “The line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being.” As Christians, it is very easy to fall into the trap of seeing the enemy as “over there.” If …

  • Chapter 14, Sec.3-Chapter 15, Sec. 5 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner studies the place of repentance in sanctification.

  • Psalm 32: The Joy of Forgiveness by

  • Coram Deo: A Fearful and Joyful Experience by

    Every moment of our lives is lived out before the face of God, yet there are moments when we wish He wouldn’t look at us. That is because sin has stained our hearts. So what do we do? In …

  • A Contrite Repentance by

    Do you have what is required for true biblical repentance? Repentance is essential, and not just repentance, but genuine repentance. Now that the ultimate sacrifice has been offered, what prevents us from genuine repentance today? In this message, Dr. Sproul …

  • Purging the Inward Parts by

    Although becoming a child of God is a onetime event, repentance is a life-long practice that must come from the depths of our souls. From whence comes your repentance? In this message entitled “Purging the Inward Parts,” Dr. Sproul discusses …

  • God’s Just Judgment by

    It is typical for a fallen child of Adam to question God’s justice concerning original sin. Coming from a fallen nature, it only seems natural for a sinner to question the fairness of the imputation of sin. But as …

  • Tender Mercies by

    Just like our first parents in the Garden, we try to cover our sin. We see this in the life of David—after being confronted by the prophet Nathan about his sin with Bathsheba, David confessed his sin and realized …

  • The Sin of David by

    What can we learn from a man who committed adultery, conspiracy, and murder? It is not what we learn from his sin that has any value, it is what David did after his sin that is so essential for us …

  • A Psalm of Repentance by

    What is biblical repentance? You might have heard it said that repentance is a changing of one’s mind. And that is correct. But there’s more. In this message, Dr. Sproul helps us understand what true biblical repentance and …

  • Guilt and Forgiveness by

    The central message in Scripture is one of forgiveness. The believer in Jesus Christ can have real assurance that the guilt from sin is no more, and that forgiveness has been freely granted. Jesus says that He who the Son …

  • The Only Cure is Forgiveness by

    Right now, the world is experiencing pandemic guilt, but the good news is that there is a cure for this pandemic that plagues all mankind. But what is that cure? In this message, Dr. Sproul discusses the only cure for …

  • Receiving God’s Forgiveness by

    How many times does God have to tell you that you are forgiven before you feel forgiven? How many times have you asked God for forgiveness for the same offense only to walk away still feeling guilty? In this message …

  • Forgiveness by

    Forgiveness is a universal need of all mankind. Not only is it something we need, but it is also something we must give. How many times must you forgive someone? What if that person never asks for forgiveness? Must we …